Author: Jan Scholten
665.56.02 Mimulus luteus
Source: Royal E. Hayes, Homeopathic Recorder, 1935.
Bright and sensitive woman, works with an associate who is a dreadful pest, whining, criticising, complaining, talking about the business continually.
Tense, mentally, physically, as if screaming.
Sensitive, < any little unfavourable circumstance.
Craving rest and silence; aversion to any activity.
Energy and endurance extraordinary, as if forced.
Tension, intense, sudden, < night.
Trembling internally, hurry, urge to talk louder and faster, bated breath, > alone, > will power, > any good or bad news, > conversation.
Time: < night.
Desire: drinks, thirsty.
Sleep: unusually well, restfully; woke in severe tension, < moving.
Head: lump on forehead, of bone; pain, tension, occiput, vertex; head drawn back and to side.
Throat: crowding, spreading to the sides and root of tongue as if paralysed; shooting into the head with quick breathing.
Lungs: cough, loud, razzing, squeaking, uncontrollable, < irritation in trachea, < evening till 1 or 2 am; breathing hard.
Chest: heavy, extending to stomach, << little food.
Stomach: nausea, < pain, < headache.
Female: leucorrhoea, scanty, colourless, offensive, dreadful odour.
Back: pain, aching, shooting, stiff, dorsal, neck, spine, extending to scapulae, head, arms.
Limbs: arms stiff, painful, prickling, dead, lifeless, > motion, > rising.