Author: Cyrus Boger
Numbing, paretic effects; on limbs and skin. Sopor. Tremulous weakness. Sense of vibration. Emptiness in stomach and chest; after eating; > brandy.
Sadness with lack of confidence and power. Distraction. Slow comprehension. Vertigo. Numb tongue. Thin, lienteric stool escapes with the flatus; passes food eaten the day before. Crampy contraction of upper limbs. Sensitive skin; chafes and oozes or bleeds. Eruptions with itching biting, as of lice. Moist milk crust, < occiput. Heat from mental exertion. Paresis after infantile paralysis. General crampings. Numb-skin.
Region: Digestive tract; Skin; Scalp; Nerves, Cerebro-spinal; Motor.
Worse: After suckling; Rubbing; Undressing.
Better: Looking sidewise.