Author: Cyrus Boger
Aching, stiff and weary, as from taking cold. Grippe. Malaria. Migraine. Sticking, jerking pain at night. Profuse catarrhal discharges; acrid; foul. Rheumatic-hydrogenoid constitution. Exhausted, toxaemic and haemorrhagic.
Mental exhilaration. Burning eyes. Tinnitus. Tension across nose. Watery coryza. Pasty tongue. Throbbing in stomach. Weight in bowels. Slow digestion, with putrid gas. Diarrhoea; dysenteric; typhoid. Diuresis. Cough of influenza. Bronchial asthma. Bronchorrhoea; senile. Limbs prickle, then ache. Chill, then nausea and vomiting. Fever with aching. Vertigo in all stages. Old malarias.
Region: Mucous membranes; Blood; Muscles; Respiration.
Worse: Periodically; Night.