Tabacum (Nicotiana tabacum).
Mind and Disposition.
Cheerful, merry, loquacious.
Great restlessness, anguish, melancholy.
Vertigo, with qualmishness of the stomach.
Death-like paleness of the face, with sick stomach.
 Heat and redness of the left cheek (towards evening).
The right cheek glowing, the other pale.
Violent tearing in the (right) facial bones and teeth.
Stomach and Abdomen.
Qualmishness, nausea, vomiting, as soon as he begins to move.
Feeling of coldness in the stomach, with nausea.
 Painful retraction of the navel ; contraction of the abdominal muscles.
Pressure, heaviness, or stitches in the liver.
Stool and Anus.
Shifting of flatulence, formed by sadden, papescent, yellow-green or greenish, slimy stools, with tenesmus.
Cough and hiccough at the same time ; or hiccough after every paroxysm of hooping-cough.
Upper. Coldness and trembling of the limbs.
 Cramps in the hands and arms.
Lower. Cramps from the toes to the knee.
Pulse full, hard, and rapid, or small, imperceptible, intermittent, slow.
Icy coldness of the legs from the knees to the toes.
Icy coldness of the legs with heat to the body.
 Viscid cold sweat, with intermitting pulse.
Cold sweat, in the hands, on the forehead and face.