Author:
Lippe
Type:
Chapter:
61

Ferrum metallicum

Great emaciation.
Weakness amounting to paralysis.
Restlessness in the affected limbs.
Cracking in the joints.
Disposition to languor and rest on account of internal weakness.
During the day-time, sudden spasms of the limbs are complained of.
Rheumatic complaints.
Contortion of the limbs.
Varices.
Chlorosis.
Congestions (not limited to any part of the body, but useful throughout).
Metorrhagia with red face and swelled veins.
Impotence.
Catamenia - too early and too profuse.
Aversion to fat food and vomiting of what has been eaten.
Walking in the open air greatly affects him.
Bad effects from the abuse of tea - and from the abuse of quinine.
Color of the face yellow or else earthy.
Circumscribed red area on the cheeks.
Aggravation at night and towards morning.
Also whilst at rest and when sitting quietly.
Amelioration by slow motion.