Author: Henry Allen
Bad effects from falls, contusions or mechanical injuries of external parts (Arn.). Catarrhal affections of mucous membranes, especially of the eyes and nose. Profuse acrid lachrymation, with profuse, bland coryza (reverse of All. c.). The eyes water all the time and are agglutinated in the morning; margins of lids red, swollen, burning. Profuse fluent coryza in morning with violent cough and abundant expectoration, < from exposure to warm south wind. When attempting to clear the throat of an offensive mucus in the morning, gagging until he vomits the breakfast just eaten (Bry.). Profuse expectoration of mucus by voluntary hawking, < on rising in morning. Amenorrhoea, with catarrhal symptoms of eyes and nose; profuse acrid lachrymation. Menses: painful, regular, now lasting only one hour; or late, scanty, short, lasting only one day (Bar.). Pertussis: excessive lachrymation during cough; cough only in day time (Fer., Nat. m.).
Worse: In the evening, in bed, indoors, warmth, moisture; after exposure to south wind; when touched (Hep.).