Author: Jan Scholten
Sulphurous acid, (tonsillitis (as a spray), acne rosacea, ulcerative stomatitis, pityriasis versicolor).
Head: Anxious, furious, disposed to fight. Headache better by vomiting. Ringing in ears.
Mouth: Ulcerative inflammation of mouth. Tongue red or bluish-red. Coated.
Stomach: Loss of appetite. Obstinate constipation.
Respiratory: Persistent choking cough with copious expectoration. Hoarseness, constriction of chest. Difficult breathing.
Female: Fluor albus. Debility.