Paeonia officinalis.


Vertigo on every motion, with constant reeling in the head.

Dulness, heaviness, vertigo and feeling of heat in the head.


Burning, itching and feeling of dryness in the eyes.


Burning heat in the face.

[5] Tingling in the upper lip.


Burning and heat in the throat.

Tenacious mucus in the throat, inducing hawking.

Stomach and Abdomen.

Pressure in the pit of the stomach, as from great anxiety.

Stool and Anus.

Papescent diarrhoea, with qualmishness in the abdomen, burning in the anus after stool, followed by internal chilliness.

[10] Painful ulcer at the anus, with exudation of a fetid moisture, extending towards the perineum.