Author: Jan Scholten
665.46.16 Nyctanthes arbor-tristis
Names: menas Night-flowering sad tree.
English: Sad tree; Night-Jasmine of India; Paghala tree.
Sanskrit: Sephalika. Hindi: Harsinghar.
Botany: Central India, small tree; flowers brilliant, highly fragrant, white and yellow, flowering only at night.
Source: Ghose, Anshutz. Boericke. Clarke.
Placing yourself out of the family. The family of your loved one has to be kept intact so you remove yourself and stop the relationship.
Morose, sulky, cross, fretful, ill-humour, peevish.
Restless, anxious, nervous, changes place continually.
Weakness of memory.
Fear: death, < alone.
Morose and taciturn.
Weather: < draught, > cold application.
Time: < morning.
Desire: drinks; thirst, insatiable, > vomiting, < before and during chill and fever.
Fever: remittent, intermittent; double, quotidian, irregularly; bilious vomiting; before great thirst, yawning, stretching; during thirst, no sweat, + emaciation, + debility, + giddiness, + constipation.
Head: headache, dull, intense; drawing pain in temples.
Eyes: violent burning, heaviness.
Mouth: intensely dry; ulcers; taste bitter; offensive odour; profuse salivation; tongue coated, whitish, yellowish fur; lips sore.
Lungs: dry cough, < fever.
Heart: pulse very weak and small.
Stomach: uneasy, burning, > cold application; oppression at the pit; nausea, distressing, vomiting bitter, < at close of chill, < draught, < drinking water.
Abdomen: liver and spleen enlarged, stitching pain, tender, < touch.
Rectum: constipation, children; stool profuse, bilious stool with nausea.
Urinary: urine scanty, high coloured.
Limbs: sciatica; rheumatism; dropsy, swelling of the hands and feet.
Skin: dry heat.