Croton tiglium.


Vertigo, with dulness of the head, pale complexion, debility and nausea ; worse in the open air.

Heaviness of the head.

Sensitiveness of the head to the pressure of the hat.

Headache ; worse in the morning.


[5] Itching of the eyelids.

Å’dematous swelling of the eyelids (eyelids look puffed).

Twitching of the eyelids.

Stinging in the eyeball.

Burning pain in the inflamed eye, with burning in the ear, vertigo, and fainting.

[10] Ulceration of the conjunctiva, contraction of the pupil, and profuse lachrymation and dimness of the cornea.


Burning in the nostrils ; inflammation of the nose.

Face and Throat.

Dry, parched lips.

Burning of the lips.

Sensitiveness of the tip of the tongue.

[15] White-coated tongue.

Scraping (disagreeable) taste in the fauces.

Burning in the fauces and pharynx.

Constrictive sensation in the throat.

Stomach and Abdomen.

Excessive nausea, with vanishing of sight, sweat on the forehead, distention of the abdomen, excessive gagging, vertigo ; worse after drinking.

[20] Burning in the stomach.

Sensitiveness of the region of the stomach to the touch.

Abdomen distended ; coldness.

Colicky pain in the transverse colon before every stool.

Colic relieved by hot milk.

Stool and Anus.

[25] Stools liquid (yellow-colored water), with tenesmus, or with nausea and colic, or coming out like shot.

Stools dark-green or greenish-yellow.

Stools, with burning at the anus.

During stool, perspiration.

Stool as soon as he drinks (the child has a stool and colic as soon as it nurses).

[30] At the anus, itching ; pulsations ; constrictive sensation ; stitches ; sensation as if a plug lodged in the rectum were pressing out.

Urinary Organs.

Stitches in the region of the kidneys, arresting the breathing.

Increased secretion of (turbid) urine.

Burning in the urethra when urinating.

Sexual Organs.

Men. The left testicle is drawn up ; the right testicle is relaxed.

[35] Women. Catamenia too scanty.

Pain and stitches ; through the breasts into the chest, and extending to the back, as soon as the child begins to nurse.

Respiratory Organs.

Hoarseness and hollow voice, which obliges ; him to hawk constantly.

Accumulation of rattling mucus in the larynx.

When coughing, soreness in the abdomen.

[40] Cough, morning and evening.

Burning on the chest.

The chest is ; painful when touched.

Sensation of hollowness in the chest.

Palpitation of the heart, with difficulty of breathing, especially on going up stairs.

[45] Stitches in the region of the heart during an expiration.


Upper. Sticking or aching pains in the shoulder-joints.

Lower. Lancinations in the big toes ; pricking in the toes.


Drowsiness ; the palpitation of the heart prevents him from going to sleep.


Weariness ; ill-feeling and irresistible desire to sleep.

[50] Fainting spells.

Weakness and bruised feeling through the whole body.


Pulse frequent and full.

Chilliness over the back.

Ascension of heat on the body.

[55] Heat and fever accompanying the cutaneous eruption.

Perspiration on the forehead.


Scarlet redness of the skin (with rash-like vesicles).

Redness warmth, stinging here and there ; pustules running into one, oozing and forming a gray-brown crust, which finally falls off.

Itching, followed by a painful burning.

[60] Herpetic eruption on the scrotum.

Painful swelling of the submaxillary glands and tonsils.


Aggravation. Stools, nausea and vomiting, colic, after drinking (and eating).

Amelioration, after sleep (headache, colic, pains).