1. – Religious mania; praying, cursing and howling; loquacious.
2. – Attacks of pain with delirium, or driving to madness.
3. – Coldness on the vortex, as if ice were lying there.
4. – Cold perspiration on face, especially on forehead; particularly in colic and choleric conditions.
5. – Nose grows pointed, seems to be longer; face cold and sunken.
6. – Violent colic about the navel, as if intestines were twisted in a knot; better after stool.
7. – Dysmenorrhoea with vomiting and purging, or exhausting diarrhoea with cold sweat.
8. – Neck so weak child can scarcely keep it erect, especially in whooping cough.
9. – Difficult walking, first right, then left hipjoint feels paralytic.
10. – Rheumatic pains in wet weather, getting worse in warmth of bed, better on walking up and down.
(SEVEN-HUNDRED RED LINE SYMPTOMS from COWPERTHWAITE’S MATERIA MEDICA ; Written by Class of 1897 of Chicago Homoeopathic Medical ; Rewritten by J. W. Hutchison, M. D. of Saginaw, Mich.)