Author: Jan Scholten
655.44.10 Aesculus glabra
English: Ohio buckeye; Foetid buckeye; Stinking buckeye; White buckeye.
Confusion, + vertigo, + stupefaction, stupor and coma.
Colour preference: 23E.
Vertigo with staggering, faintness, unconsciousness.
Nervous: spasms; convulsions, followed by paralysis; great weakness.
Head: full, heavy.
Eyes: sight dim or lost; fixed, expressionless.
Ears: otitis media.
Mouth: tongue as if lame.
Throat: tickling, sensation as of a feather; speech thick.
Lungs: cough, spasmodic, < winter, < sudden irritation of throat; hawking and finally raising mucus, streaked with blood; asthma, dyspnoea constant.
Chest: tight; grasping, tightening, constriction in larynx, behind sternum.
Stomach: nausea, vomiting, <- food; distension, full, cramping pain.
Abdomen: portal congestion.
Rectum: dry, contracted, heavy, full; proctitis; obstinate constipation; hard, knotty stools, very painful; dark purple haemorrhoids.
Back: lame, weak, sacrum, lower limbs; wry-neck, torticollis + vertigo; opisthotonos.
Limbs: rheumatism; lame, trembling; paresis; contraction of legs; spasms and convulsions followed by lameness.