A remedy for catarrhal states. Hay-fever.
Head.--Itching; falling off of hair; roots of hair painful. Pustules. Pain in occiput, extends to right ciliary region. Deep seated pain in sides of head.
Ears.--Burning and itching in auditory canals. Eczema behind ears.
Nose.--Hay-fever begins with burning and itching of palate and conjunctiva. Annoying itching in the nostrils and roof of the mouth (Wyethia). Coryza; loss of smell (Nat mur). Sneezing, itching of nostrils.
Mouth.--Burning and itching; bleeding of gums. Ulcers and exfoliations in the commissures. Fissures in tongue.
Stomach.--Coldness in stomach. Longing for acids.
Abdomen.--Movement as from something alive. Flatulence pain at pubic region.
Stool.--Greenish. Burning at anus. Diarrhoea of nursing children (Cham; Calc phos).
Urine.--Burning. Red sediment (Lyc).
Male.--Pain in spermatic cord after embrace.
Female.--Menses too early and profuse. Neuralgic pains from face to shoulders and pubis. Desire with vaginal pruritus.
Respiratory.--Dyspnoea; cough; bluish expectoration. Burning and pain in nipples.
Extremities.--Itching, burning; oedema of hands and feet. Burning and swelling of soles. Copious and offensive sweat of feet.
Skin.--Eczema; itching and crawling, especially of chest, upper extremities. Fissures in fingers and heels.
Relationship.--Compare: Anthoxantum-sweet vernal grass (a popular medicine for hay-fever and coryza). Lolium; Cepa; Sabad; Silica.
Dose.--Third to sixth potency.