Author: Jan Scholten
644.54.08 Haematoxylum campechianum
Use: dye, reddish in an acid, bluish in alkaline.
Ill-humour, sadness, melancholy, vexation.
Anxiety arising from the stomach.
Confusion, dull, loss of ideas, difficulty in thinking and expressing himself.
Weather: > open air; chilly, shuddering, goose-flesh.
Time: < night; < 1 am, < 7 am.
Sleep: irresistible drowsiness.
Physical: < stooping; < pressure; < touch, contact.
Head: constricted; heavy, hot.
Eyes: eyelids heavy, > closing eyes; downcast and surrounded by a livid circle; vision, > open air; inability to look long at anything; red conjunctiva.
Ears: otitis media.
Lungs: breathing obstructed.
Heart: pain convulsive, oppression; sore; palpitation; angina pectoris.
Chest: constriction, extending to epigastrium; like a bar across chest, agonising, arresting the breathing.
Stomach: vomiting, sour rising of food.
Abdomen: swollen, painful; pain, digging, hypogastrium, abdomen to throat, heart with oppression; colic; rumbling.
Rectum: diarrhoea, < morning.
Urinary: urine red, scanty, burning.
Female: pain, pelvis; leucorrhoea slimy, whitish; weak, debilitated, < menses; pain, colic, bearing down sensation, < menses.
Limbs: painful and languid.
Skin: herpes zoster, pain.