Indicated in functional diseases of the nervous system (faintings, palpitation of the heart, hysteria, etc.), associated with flatulency, tremblings, disposition to faint, and sense of great coldness.
Vertigo from even slight motion; sensation as though falling from a height.
External chilliness, internal heat.
Hiccough of nervous origin.
Copious flow of urine.
Appetite deranged; does not care to eat, but craves stimulants.
Great distension of abdomen from flatulency.
Nervous palpitation of the heart, with sense of trembling at the heart and weak pulse.
Oppression of the chest, with hysterical excitement. Asthma.
Paralysis of the lungs.
Sexual system unhinged; voluptuous tingling in the genitalia, with intense sexual desire.
Too early and too copious menstruation, preceded by pressure downward and feeling as though she were about to menstruate.
Worse from cold.
Better from rubbing; in the open air; from warmth.
(First Lessons in the Symptomatology of Leading Homoeopathic Remedies by H. R. Arndt, M. D. Philadephia. Boericke and Tafel.)