Author: William Boericke
Acts like Oil of Cloves. A remedy for flatulence and affections of the tongue. Sense of enlargement. Causes copious diaphoresis. Retrocedent gout. Neuralgic affections not inflammatory. Nervous dyspnoea.
Head: Feels much enlarged. As if he could not get himself together (Baptisia).
Mouth: Persistent sensation of choking. Spasmodic stricture of oesophagus. Constricted sensation on swallowing solid food. Tongue feels swollen, fills whole mouth.
Stomach: Hiccough, on slightest provocation.
Abdomen: Flatulence colic; tympanites (Tereb). Nervous distention of bowels. Urine smells like cat's urine. Spasmodic cholera.
Modalities: Worse, about 5 am; night.