Copaivae balsamum.

Stool and Anus.

White, diarrhoeic stools, generally in the morning, with chilliness and colic, obliging one to bend double.

Involuntary stools.

Bloody stools.

Stools, with tenesmus.

[5] Intolerable burning at the anus.

Urinary Organs.

Inflammation of the urinary organs ; swelling and dilatation of the orifice of the urethra with pulsative pain through out the penis.

Constant, ineffectual desire to urinate ; contraction of the urethra ; emission of urine in drops.


Urine foaming ; greenish-turbid, smelling hike violets.

[10] Itching, biting and burning in the urethra, before and after micturition.

Yellow, purulent gonorrhoea.

Sexual Organs.

Men. Burning and sensation of dryness in the region of the prostate gland ; induration of the prostate gland.

Swelling and induration of the testicles.

Respiratory Organs.

Dry, painful cough, with dryness in the larynx.

[15] Profuse expectoration of a greenish-gray, purulent mucus, of a disgusting smell.

Spitting of blood.


Lower. Pain and swelling of the knees and malleoli.


Burning pain (skin, abdomen, urethra, prostate gland, chest).

Heaviness and pressure (abdomen, chest, perineum).


[20] Chilliness and coldness, in the forenoon, with pain in the dorsa of the feet ; in the afternoon, heat and thirst for water.

Perspiration profuse, of a pungent smell.

Heat in the face on bending the head forward.


Scarlet-red or dark, rose-colored eruption, of an irregular, broad shape.

Dark-colored or bright-red, elevated, intolerable itching lentil-sized, measle-shaped exanthema, in clusters, flowing one into another.

Nettle-rash, pale-red or bright-red, with violent itching.

[25] Jaundice.


Rheumatism after suppressed gonorrhoea.

Increased secretion of mucus from the mucous membranes.