Lymph from Small-pox Pustule

Used for "internal vaccination." Seems to be efficacious in protecting against, modifying and aiding in the cure of smallpox.

Head.--Morbid fear of small-pox. Deafness. Pain in occiput. Inflamed eyelids.

Respiratory.--Oppressed breathing. Throat feels closed. Cough with thick viscid, bloody mucus. Feeling of a lump in right side of throat.

Relationship.--Excruciating backache. Aching in legs. Tired all over with restlessness. Wrists pain. Pains shift from back to abdomen.

Fever.--Hot fever, with intense radiating heat. Profuse, bad-smelling sweat.

Skin.--Hot, dry. Eruption of pustules. Shingles.

Relationship.--Compare: Vaccin (same action); Malandrinum--the morbid product of the grease of the horse (a prophylactic of small-pox and a remedy for the ill-effects of vaccination; chronic eczema following vaccination).

Dose.--Sixth to thirtieth potency.