Author: William Boericke
The respiratory symptoms are most important, and have been frequently verified clinically. A very good remedy for the offensive expectoration and cough in phthisis, bronchitis, and emphysema. Tuberculosis, affecting generally the middle lobes. Everything tastes sweet. Haemoptysis, hectic and colliquative diarrhoea.
Head: Weight on vertex; aching and burning in temples and above eyes. Crushing feeling in vertex. Vertigo, dizzy when lying down.
Eyes: Ciliary neuralgia; worse any attempt to use eyes: burning in eyes. Lachrymation. Cannot bear light. Headache; involving nerves going to eye.
Female: Pain in milk ducts; intolerable between nursing. Pain in nipples.
Chest: Sticking pain through right breast near sternum, extending to back near shoulders. Dyspnoea, and continuous cough, early in morning. Cough, with profuse and fetid expectoration; compels him to sit up. Hoarseness.
Fever: Hectic; profuse and debilitating perspiration; intermittent, with pain in arms. Desire for acids.
Extremities: Tired feeling when walking.