Indicated in complaints with great gastric flatulency and nervous excitability. Especially useful in the treatment of hysterical cases, suffering much from gastric flatulency and resulting palpitation of the heart. Important also in syphilitic affections, especially of the nones, with pronounced sensitiveness and night-pains.
Discharge of fetid, green, purulent matter from nose and ears.
Great sensitiveness and aching in the bones; periosteal swelling and pain.
Fatty taste; loathing of food; nausea.
Great difficulty in bringing up gas from the stomach; conscious that the eructations of flatus would relieve.
Great oppression in chest and about the heart, with prompt relief from belching gas.
Ulcers on wrist, hands, forearm, near the bone, with thin, ichorous discharge, better from being rubbed.
Darting, throbbing, tearing pains, from within outward.
Worse on the left side (ear, neck, abdomen, extremities).
Better in the open air; from belching gas; from motion.
(First Lessons in the Symptomatology of Leading Homoeopathic Remedies by H. R. Arndt, M. D. Philadephia. Boericke and Tafel.)