Author: William Boericke
Has been made use of in cephalalgia, sciatica, paralysis. Prostration and restlessness.
Head: Anxious and depressed, confused. Vertigo; must close eyes. Head heavy. Noises in ears.
Stomach: Nausea, vomiting. Pain in pit of stomach and abdomen. Severe purging.
Extremities: Gait unsteady. Trembling of all limbs. Loss of power in extremities. Violent pain in calves, as if bound with cords. Cold extremities. Spasmodic motions of arms and legs. Cannot write; cannot hold a glass of water. Trembling of hands in paralysis.