Author: William Boericke
Mucous membranes generally, but especially that of the urinary tract, are chiefly affected by this remedy. Frequent urination of a nervous origin. Leucorrhoea in little girls.
Urine: Urethritis, with much mucus, especially in women. Cutting after urination, with constriction. Haematuria. Prostatitis, with thick yellow discharge. Cystitis.
Respiratory: Catarrh of nose and throat, with fetid odor and expectoration. Mucus trickles from posterior nares. Rawness of throat and hoarseness.