Author: Henry Allen
Congestions, relieved by haemorrhage. Engorgement of blood-vessels in any part of organ. Violent congestive or nervous headaches; epistaxis affords relief (Bufo, Ferr. p., Magn. s.). Convulsions: of nervous children during dentition (Bell.); infantile spasms, eclampsia, epilepsy. Religious melancholy with an intensely red face; insanity, in early stages, to relieve brain from pressure and irritation. Nosebleed preceded by intense redness, flushing of face and throbbing of carotids (Bell.); with general relief. Very red face precedes haemorrhage from every organ. Constipation: difficult, painful, constriction in anus; throbbing, fulness; no desire until there is a large accumulation (Alum.).
Worse: Approach of a storm; rainy, changeable weather.