Author: Cyrus Boger
Sour, impatient, colicky children, who are always screaming and crying. Sour taste, vomitus, stools, sweat, etc.
Offensive mucus in mouth, after sleep. Difficult teething. Loathing after first bite. Colic with cries; > doubling up, < uncovering any part; then pappy, sour, brown, green, fermented, slimy or acrid stools; with shivering; < eating unripe fruit; < evening. Burning in bladder. Sleep, restless; with whining, cries and twitching of face, fingers, etc. Sopping, wet hair. Sweat on scalp, about nose, mouth or on upper lip.
Region: Muscles of, Bile ducts; Duodenum; Intestines; Liver.
Worse: Dentition; Eating; Summer; Nursing women.
Better: Warmth; Wrapping up.