Chenopodium (Chenopodii glauci Aphis).
Dulness in the head, as if from coryza, with flush of heat in the face ; violent pressing in the forehead or the cerebellum, aggravated by motion, with sensation as if the brain were balancing to and fro ; drawing-tearing the scalp.
Burning of the eyelids in the evening.
Tearing in the ears, now in one, then in the other.
Sensation of soreness of the nostrils.
 Violent sneezing, with soreness of the larynx.
Coryza, with burning and biting on the margins of the nostrils, particularly of the septum.
Fluent coryza, with secretion of thin mucus ; with accelerated pulse ; with coldness of the feet up to the knew, and a chill over the back.
Pale or yellowish color of the face.
Flushes of heat in the face, with dulness of the head (evening).
 Dryness of the lips, especially in the morning.
Mouth and Throat.
Painful vesicle on the tip of the tongue.
Dryness of the mouth and throat, sometimes with increased secretion of mucus.
Much mucus in the mouth and throat, tasting flat, with continual disposition to hawk or spit.
Secretion of frothy mucus from the mouth and throat.
 Scraping and burning in the throat.
Appetite and Taste.
Increased thirst, from dryness in the throat.
Frequent cutting pain in the abdomen, especially at night, or during the day, with urging to stool, emission of large quantities of flatulence.
Frequent rumbling of flatulence in the bowels.
Congestion of blood to the organs in the pelvis.
Stool and Anus.
 Ineffectual urging, with pressure on the bladder and rectum.
Evacuations liquid, papescent, with burning in the anus and renewed urging, or with pinching in the abdomen before and after the stool.
Pressure on the bladder, especially with ineffectual desire to stool.
Irritation in the urethra, as from acridity, compelling him to urinate frequently.
During micturition, burning in the urethra, especially at the orifice.
 Frequent and copious emission of saturated, yellow, foaming urine, attended with an acrid sensation in the urethra, brownish red, depositing a thick, yellowish sediment during the night.
Larynx and Trachea.
Frequent roughness and huskiness of the voice ; going of by hawking.
Burning scraping in the larynx, as from acridity ; titillating burning or stinging, particularly in the open air during wet and cold weather, with constant irritation in the larynx, obliging him to cough or to hawk, with constant expectoration of mucus.
Pain below the left shoulder-blade.
Upper. Pain, as if bruised in the arms, with rheumatic pains in the shoulders and upper arms.
 Lower. Rheumatic pains, especially on the tibia and soles of the feet.
Sensation of weariness in the legs.
Tearing-drawing above the knee, especially in the morning.
Cold feet up to the knees.
Stinging burning in the corns.
 The limbs feel bruised.
Rheumatic drawing pains in temples, ears, decayed teeth, shoulders, upper arms, soles of the feet, above the knees, and on the tibia.
Pulse accelerated, especially in the evening.
Chills, especially over the back.
Burning in the palms of the hands.
 Perspiration in the palms of the hands, especially in the forenoon.