Indicated in coughs, especially whooping cough, hay fever, larngeal phthisis, of phlegmatic, scrofulous persons who have a delicate, irritable skin and suffer from eruptions.
Tearing pain into the orbit, ears, jaw, preceded by coldness of the part affected.
Coryza, with complete stoppage of the nose, worse from cold; profuse; discharge thick; yellow.
Cough hoarse, spasmodic; in violent paroxysms with tickling in larynx; expectoration of phlegm after long and tedious efforts; loose, rattling; in winter; in cold, damp weather.
During cough, constrictive pain in the epigastrium, so he cannot stand coughing, cannot make the necessary muscular effort, on account of the pain; can only cough by pressing his hand firmly on the pit of the stomach or by holding his side.
Rheumatism alternating with diarrhoea.
Pain in the small of the back, as after long stooping.
Diarrhoea from taking cold in damp place or damp weather.
Cutting pain about the navel after taking cold.
Diarrhoea; stools of watery, greenish mucus during change of weather from warm to cold or in cool, damp weather.
Vesical catarrh after taking cold, with strangury and pain, and thick, slimy sediment in the urine.
Skin covered with pimples here and there, especially on the face; pustules, with sticking pain when touched; itching, humid eruptions, or with bloody moisture; burning pain in raw, humid eruptions. Thick, brown, yellow crusts, bleeding when scratched. Cold-sores on the lips.
Swelling and induration of glands.
Worse from cold; from suppressed menstruation.
(First Lessons in the Symptomatology of Leading Homoeopathic Remedies by H. R. Arndt, M. D. Philadephia. Boericke and Tafel.)