Burning pain in exterior parts, in ulcers and in bones.
Pressing sensation in inner parts.
Paralytic tearing in the limbs with flatulency and difficulty of breathing.
In the morning, when rising from the bed, the limbs feel as though broken.
Bad effects from the loss of fluids.
Great debility much worse from the smallest exertion of body or mind, worse towards noon.
Pricking from above downwards.
Pain and anxiety, heat, despairing hopelessness, and debility after pain.
Pulsations here and there in the body.
Trembling and twitching of the limbs through the day.
Bad effects from wine-intoxication the day previous.
Bad effects from cold drinking whilst overheated.
Intermittent fevers, with thirst only during the cold stage.
Flatulency - very putrid smell - flatulent colic.
Hoarseness in the evening.
Indicated where the patient is troubled with occasional spells of long coughing attacks.
Menstruation too early and too profuse.
Humidity of the skin (moist exanthemata).
Aggravation in the morning, at night before falling asleep, from the abuse of quinine (Lippe had it Peruvian Bark in the posthumous manuscript) and mercury, on rising from the bed, and while walking in the open air.
Amelioration from eructations.