Angophora lanceolata. Metrosideros costatus. Red Gum. (Australian bush.) N. O. Myrtaceae. Tincture or trituration of dried sap or gum.

Clinical.-Constipation. Dysentery.

Characteristics.-Proved by F. Kopp, Angophora (which resembles Eucalyptus in appearance) produces the following symptoms: Bearing-down and constant inclination to stool. Dry, hard evacuations, accompanied with blood; diarrhoea, headache, nausea, flatulent distension, and colicky pains. For nearly a week there was obstinate constipation; then nausea, sickness and diarrhoea, with vertigo and debility. Pains and tenesmus only > by lying down flat on the face.

Relations.-Antidoted by: Ipec.