Indicated in conditions of great debility following severe acute sickness, loss of fluids, grief, excesses, etc. Best adapted to those of mild, yielding disposition, inclined to be listless and indifferent; ill effects of masturbation; brain fag; spinal anaemia; palpitation of the heart; caries of spinal vertebrae; typhoid fever; seminal emissions.
Hair become gray early and falls out.
Teeth become yellow; gums are spongy and bleed easily.
Bone-pains at night, as though scraped.
Quiet delirium with stupor; stupor from which he can be aroused; be collects his thoughts with difficulty, answers, and then relapses into stupor.
Weakness and imperfect control of the legs, so he stumbles easily.
Painless, watery, gray or yellow, non-exhausting diarrhoea, preceded by rumbling; worse after eating.
Urine like milk or as though mixed with jelly; decomposes rapidly.
Copious flow of clear, watery urine, precipitating at once in a cloud of white sediment.
Lascivious dreams with emissions.
Insufficiency of erection; relaxation of penis during sexual intercourse.
Worse from exertion; from sexual intercourse.
Better from keeping quiet.
(First Lessons in the Symptomatology of Leading Homoeopathic Remedies by H. R. Arndt, M. D. Philadephia. Boericke and Tafel.)