Author: Jan Scholten
Weighed down with cares; encumbered.
Loss of memory while doing something.
General: fever; malaria with urticaria; pox and anaemia.
Actions: diuretic, anti-allergic.
Vertigo: giddy + weakness and pain; the patient becomes heated.
Eyes: red, tearful; itching, jaundice, disordered vision.
Face: tumescent and reddened face; hotness; irisiplus; painful facial inflammation; paleness.
Mouth: painful eruption on the tongue attended with itching; salivation; bitter taste.
Abdomen: irritation of the lower abdomen; liver stinging sensation; colicky pain; duodenal ulcer; chronic acidity; jaundice; gall stones.
Rectum: diarrhoea; stiff and whitish faces; some times greenish.
Urinary: dropsy, anasarca; diabetes; abnormal urination; irritation during urination; urethral disorders; stone, gravel, calculus in the bladder; strangury; urine scanty, bloody.
Male: discharge concentrated, greenish painful, gonorrhoeal; slacken penis; loss of sexual desire; impotency.
Female: irritation; discharge greenish, gonorrhoeal; leucorrhoea; labour problems.
Skin: dermatitis, allergic skin, better cold, worse from heat; violent itching, worse undressing, uncovering; urticaria whole body; sycosis; moist blisters which gradually suppurate.