Sulphur - General symptoms

Sublimated Sulphur, Sulpher, Sul, Sulfur, Sulf

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Homeopathic remedies are prescribed on the basis that in a tiny dilution like cures like, so while very dilute Sulphur may help, unprocessed Sulphur may be best avoided.

Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Sulphur in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.

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GENERAL

General

(Morning), Ill-humor.

vertigo. pressure in head.

headache over eyes. headache in crown.

headache in eyes. eyelids agglutinated.

sneezing. 7 to 8 A.M., toothache.

salt mucus on tongue. bad odor from mouth.

mouth dry. disagreeable taste.

sour taste. bitter taste.

dryness in throat. empty eructation.

nausea. pressure in stomach.

on waking, tension in abdomen.

rushing of blood to chest.

on rising, palpitation, heaviness in back and lower extremities.

aching in sacrum. bruised feeling in the limbs.

stiffness of wrists. in bed, heaviness and weakness of lower extremities.

itching. indolent. early waking.

sweat..

(Motion), Cramp in chest.

cracking of sternum. pain in centre of thorax.

aching in left side of chest.

pain in back. pressure in arms.

shooting pains in left shoulder.

stitches from shoulder into chest.

pressure in elbow-joint.

pain in forearm. pain in left lower extremity.

sticking in right knee.

cracking in ankles. sticking on back of right foot..

After dinner, confusion of the head, which went off by walking in the open air (ninth day).

on awaking in the morning, great confusion of head, going off after getting up (tenth day).

slight confusion of the head, and some vertigo (fifteenth day).

confusion of head, lasting more or less all day long (twenty-third day).

confusion of head (forty-second and forty-third day),.

In the afternoon, confusion of head, with rushing out at the left ear, and dull drawing pain on the left side of the forehead, which soon alternated with a penetrating cramplike pain in the left knee-joint, or the left wrist, or with shooting pain (like fine needle-pricks) in the root of the nail of the right great toe at the same time, whilst walking, frequent cramp pain in the left calf (sixth day).

confusion of the head, with dull aching pain in the forehead (after one hour, seventh day),.

Confusion of the head, and aching in the forehead (soon).

confusion in the sinciput (thirteenth and following days).

confusion and aching in the sinciput, as if a band were tied tightly around the forehead (twenty-third day).

confusion in the forehead and temples (soon, twenty-fifth day).

awoke with confusion and weight of the head (twenty-sixth days).

in the evening, confusion of the sinciput, when lying (twenty-sixth day).

confusion of the sinciput (in one hour, thirtieth day).

in the morning, confusion of the head (thirty-second day).

in the forenoon, confusion of the sinciput (thirty-third day).

sinciput confused (thirty-fourth day).

in the morning he awoke unusually early, with confused head (thirty-eighth day).

confusion in the sinciput (soon, forty-seventh day).

confusion of the head (forty-eighth day),.

Confusion of the head, at noon (one hundred and fourth day).

all day long, confusion of the head, in the vertex (one hundred and forty-second day).

confusion of the head, and aching in the vertex (two hundred and nineteenth day).

great confusion of the head, in the afternoon (two hundred and twentieth day).

confusion of the head (two hundred and seventieth day),.

A peculiar headache, not easy to describe, accompanied by vertigo, and compelling her to keep quiet, and at its worst to sit still.

she felt relief by shutting her eyes (fourth day).

again affected by above described headache and vertigo. Today she was obliged to remain constantly seated in order to keep off the attacks.

they were rather less in the open air. In the afternoon this vertigo became extremely severe.

it followed upon nausea, inclination to vomit, twisting and turning in the stomach, yawning, excessive prostration, almost amounting to trembling of the limbs, and occasional noise in the head and ears. (The vertigo had this peculiarity, it increased in violence on stooping or moving about, but was alleviated by sitting still), (eighth day),.

Violent pressure on the vertex, in the evening (eighth day).

about 1 A.M., a very severe headache came on, occupying a portion of the vertex about the size of the palm.

it was superficial, and seemed to be seated in the bone.

the pain was of a drawing-burning character, was increased by touch, and lasted an hour (twenty-eighth day).

quite severe aching-tearing pain in the vertex, which went off at noon, but returned very severely in the afternoon in the open air.

the whole vertex burnt as if raw (seventy-first day).

aching pain in the vertex (seventy-eighth day).

in the morning, he awoke with a violent aching-pressing pain on the vertex, which occupied a space about the size of the palm, and only went off some hours after getting up (ninety-second day).

slight aching in the vertex, about noon (ninety-fourth day).

on awaking, severe burning on the vertex, which went off after getting up, and was succeeded by a cool feeling in the same place (ninety-ninth day),.

Aching in the vertex and slight drawing in the occiput, after dinner.

the headache went off in the open air, but on coming into the room again, the aching in the vertex reappeared, but went off after sitting for awhile (first day).

he awoke, in the morning, with great aching in the vertex, which lasted some time after getting up (twenty-fifth day).

in the evening, quite severe aching pain in the vertex (thirtieth-eighth day).

in the evening, quite smart aching in the vertex (fortieth day).

in the morning, on waking, headache, chiefly externally, on the vertex, which lasts for some time after getting up (fifty-seventh day).

great aching and burning in the vertex, at noon (sixty-seventh day).

in the morning, on awaking, great aching in the vertex, which continues for some time after getting up (ninety-eighth day).

slight aching in the vertex (one hundred and twelfth day).

pressive pain on the vertex, in the morning (one hundred and fortieth day).

some painful spots on the vertex, in the afternoon (one hundred and twenty-sixth day).

in the morning, quite severe aching in the vertex, which only went off after getting up (one hundred and twenty-third day).

aching pain in the vertex, in the evening (two hundred and sixteenth day).

aching in the vertex (two hundred and twentieth day).

woke in the morning with violent aching-throbbing pains in the crown.

the pains gradually went off after getting up (two hundred and sixty-ninth day).

in the morning, on awaking, violent aching pain in the vertex.

the pain was relieved by getting up, but not quite removed (two hundred and seventy-fourth day),.

Aching pain in the forehead and confusion of head, as if he had taken too much alcoholic drink, lasting until noon (after one hour, second and third days).

aching pain in forehead, above eyebrows (soon, eighth day).

at 6 A.M., after waking, aching pain in forehead, going off after getting up and washing (ninth day).

on waking, in the morning, pressive pain in the forehead and occiput (eighteenth day).

pressive headache over the eyebrows, almost all day, more or less severe and continued (twentieth day).

aching pain in forehead, especially above the right eye, lasting till noon (soon, forty-first day),.

In the morning, after awaking, pain in the left side of the forehead, which lasted till noon (eleventh day).

pain in the left frontal region, in the morning (two hundred and twenty-ninth day).

in the night, awakened by a rather severe but transient pain in the left frontal region (two hundred and forty-first day).

woke, in the morning, with violent pains in the left frontal region, which lasted till he got up (two hundred and fifty-eighth day),.

In the evening, contractive pain in the forehead and temples (twenty-sixth day).

dull aching in the forehead (in a quarter of an hour, thirty-seventh day).

contraction and pressing in the forehead (forty-seventh day).

aching in the forehead (forty-eighth day).

in one hour, in the frontal bone a painful aching, which extended across the nasal bones and both malar N/A bones (fiftieth and fifty-first days),.

In the evening aching in the forehead (soon, third day).

dull aching and boring in the frontal bone, in the night after awaking (third day).

in the morning, after awaking, painful aching in the frontal bone, and boring pains in the right supraorbital ridge (fourth and fifth days).

towards evening, severe aching in the frontal bones.

in the evening, aching in the frontal bones and pit of the stomach (ninth day).

in the morning, on awaking, very troublesome feeling of out pressing, bursting, and boring in the frontal and cheek bones.

after midnight, a great amount of the pains in the frontal and malar N/A bones (tenth day),.

Dull drawing-throbbing pain deep in the right side of the forehead, which was at times more violent, and again less so.

it lasted half an hour (in two hours).

a slight threatening of headache on the left side of the forehead (after four hours, fourth day), sudden, oft-recurring, dull drawing pain in the left side of the forehead, which (in the house and out of the house) alternated with a similar pain, now in the right side of the forehead and now in the right parietal region (after four hours, fifth day).

sudden, oft-recurring, dull drawing deep in the left side of the forehead (soon, ninth day),.

About 5 P.M., dull digging pain in the left side of the forehead, with confusion of the whole head (second day).

towards noon, dull drawing frontal headache, which, after a few minutes, alternated with a similar pain in the right wrist (fourth day).

in the afternoon, frequent alternation of frontal headache with the pain in the joints, described the day previous (seventh day),.

About 3 P.M., on waking, violent pain in the forehead, which was alleviated in the evening after sneezing several times (fifth day).

about 3 P.M., recurrence of the pain in the forehead (sixth day).

at 8 P.M., pressive frontal headache, with flying shoots in the left orbit (seventh day).

about 4 P.M., violent aching pains in the frontal region, which he ascribed to the constipation that had already lasted three days, whereupon he took a cold-water enema.

this produced an evacuation, but had no effect on the headache (eighth day).

about 7 P.M., aching pain in the forehead (ninth day).

in the afternoon, flying shoots in the left supraorbital ridge for five minutes (fifteenth day).

at night, before falling asleep, sudden shooting pains in the right half of the forehead, with glowing hot cheeks and ears (twenty-first, twenty-second, twenty-sixth, twenty-ninth, and fortieth days).

at night, before falling asleep, for a quarter of an hour, shooting pain in the left side of the forehead, stretching to the occiput, and relieved by external pressure (twenty-fifth day).

headache much milder (twenty-sixth day),.

Heaviness and confusion of the sinciput (after twenty minutes, twelfth day).

heaviness, confusion, and dulness of the sinciput, morning, noon, and evening (twenty-seventh day).

frequent awaking, with feeling of weight and dulness in the sinciput (thirtieth night).

dulness and confusion of the sinciput (nine one hour, fiftieth and fifty-first days),.

Aching in both temples after dinner (ninety-fifth day).

at noon, aching in both temples. (one hundred and fifth day).

slight drawing in the temples and occiput (one hundred and second day).

slight aching in both temples, in the forenoon (one hundred and forty-third day).

tenderness of the head on both temples (two hundred and forty-fifth day).

severe aching pain in both temples, after reading in the evening (two hundred and fifty-fourth day),.

In the afternoon, in addition to a frequent alternation of the already-described pains in the head and joints, there occurred a violent cramplike tensive pain close to the right mastoid process (when at rest), which seemed to pierce into the deepest parts of the bone.

it lasted for a few seconds, and then made way for a shooting pain in the right temple (second day),.

For many years he had been subject to great scaliness of the head, so that a large quantity of scales came off when he combed or brushed his hair, and his coat collar was always covered with them.

for a few days he has not noticed any of these scales, so that he thinks the Sulphur must have acted curatively (fifty-first day).

no scales when he combs his head, though he used to have a good many (seventy-fourth day),.

The skin of the head is again covered with many white scales, difficult to get away (one hundred and eighty-ninth day).

on combing the hair, a quantity of scales fall from the head (one hundred and ninety-third day).

many scales on the head (two hundred and thirty-second day).

a large number of scales on the head, especially the vertex (two hundred and fifty-third day).

accumulation of scales on the scalp (two hundred and sixty-ninth day),.

Small painful pimples here and there on the scalp (eighth day).

pimples gone (ninth day).

several small pimples on the scalp (fifty-fifth day).

in the evening, painful pimples here and there over the scalp (one hundred and thirty-fourth day).

several small pimples on the head (one hundred and thirty-eighth day).

small pimples on various parts of the scalp (one hundred and forty-seventh day).

the pimples on the head are almost all there still (one hundred and fiftieth day) on the scalp, several small spots covered with scabs (one hundred and fifty-sixth day).

the scabs on the scalp are loosening (one hundred and fifty-eighth day),.

Some painful pimples above the eyebrows.

on the forehead and scalp an inflamed pimple (one hundred and sixth day).

above the left eyebrow six pustules (one hundred and seventh day).

a small inflamed boil on the left side of the forehead (one hundred and ninth day).

two pustules on the forehead (one hundred and eleventh day).

two inflamed pimples above the left eyebrow (one hundred and twelfth day).

an inflamed pimple on the left side of the forehead (one hundred and fifteenth day).

the pimple on the forehead swelled up during the past night and is filled with pus (one hundred and thirtieth day),.

An inflamed pimple on the forehead (one hundred and sixty-seventh day).

several small pimples on the forehead (one hundred and sixty-eighth day).

an inflamed pimple on the forehead (one hundred and ninety-fifth day).

the pimple on the forehead is full of pus (one hundred and ninety-sixth day).

an inflamed pimple on the forehead (one hundred and ninety-ninth, two hundredth, two hundred and fifteenth, and two hundred and forty-sixth days),.

During the day two pimples again appeared, one on the vertex, the other posteriorly about the nape (sixty-first day).

a painful pimple on the vertex (ninety-fifth day).

on the vertex some small elevations of the scalp, quite free from pain (one hundred and seventh day).

several small pimples on the vertex (one hundred and twenty-third day).

a small painful pimple on the vertex (one hundred and thirty-third day).

a painful pimple on the middle of the vertex (one hundred and thirty-fourth day).

a small painful pimple on the middle of the vertex (two hundred and thirty-fourth day).

a painful pimple on the vertex, in the evening (two hundred and forty-fourth day).

the pimple on the vertex gone, but in place of it there appears on the same spot several not very tender elevations the size of a hemp N/A -seed (two hundred and forty-fifth day).

elevations gone (two hundred and forty-sixth day), .

An inflamed pimple on the occiput (twenty-second day).

some inflamed pimples at the back of the scalp (sixtieth day).

on the occiput two painful pimples, and a similar inflamed pimple on the middle of the vertex (seventy-ninth day).

several painful pimples on the occiput (ninety-ninth day).

on the right side of the scalp a small painful pimple (one hundred and eighth day).

several small, not itching pimples, in the hollow at the back of the head downwards towards the nape (two hundred and twenty-third day),.

Great burning in the skin of the forehead, in the evening when sitting (third day).

all day long till late in the evening, burning in the skin of the forehead (fourth day).

itching and burning in the skin of the forehead, in the evening (fifth day).

burning in the skin of the forehead, in the morning after getting up (ninety-first day),.

Burning of the eyes in their outer canthi, after rising (second day).

slight burning of the eyes, especially the edges of the lids, towards noon (fifth day).

slight burning in the eyes towards the outer canthi (eleventh day).

burning of the eyes (thirteenth day).

burning of the eyes after getting up (twentieth and twenty-second days).

slight burning in the eyes and borders of the lids (twenty-sixth day).

slight burning in the eyes (twenty-ninth and thirtieth days).

burning of the eyes, at noon (fortieth day).

some burning in the eyes, in the evening (forty-third day).

some burning in the eyes, towards evening (fiftieth day).

some burning of the eyes, in the forenoon (sixty-second day).

some burning in the eyes after breakfast (sixty-fifth day).

burning in the eyes (seventy-eighth day).

severe burning in the eyes (seventy-ninth day).

slight burning and aching of the eyes (eighty-seventh day).

sensitiveness of the eyes (one hundred and first day),.

Burning of the eyes (forty-seventh and forty-eighth days).

severe burning in the eyes and skin of the forehead (fifty-third day).

the eyes burn a little, in the evening (sixty-first day).

in the evening, frequently recurring tiresome burning in the left eye, followed by lachrymation (eighty-sixth day).

slight burning in the eyes (ninety-eighth day).

eyes burn a little in the evening.

the sensation went off before bedtime (ninety-ninth day).

slight burning of the eyes, especially their external canthi, after getting up (one hundred and sixteenth day).

slight burning of the eyes, in the morning (one hundred and seventeenth day).

slight burning in the eyes (one hundred and twenty-fourth day).

slight burning of the eyes, in the morning (one hundred and forty-second day).

sensitiveness of the eyes (one hundred and eighty-fifth day).

severe burning in the eyes (two hundredth day).

slight burning of the eyes (two hundred and fourth and two hundred and nineteenth days).

warm feeling and slight burning in the eyes, soon after taking the drops (two hundred and twenty-eighth day).

slight sensitiveness of the eyes (two hundred and sixty-ninth day).

burning of the eyes towards evening (two hundred and sixty-ninth day).

slight burning of the eyes (two hundred and seventieth, two hundred and seventy-first, and two hundred and seventy-second days),.

In the morning, on awaking, the left eyelids stuck together.

lachrymation from both eyes.

and along with these symptoms there was so much photophobia that he could not look towards the window. On looking into the mirror, after getting up, he found the left eyelid swelled and the conjunctivae of both eyes red. In the course of the day he had a feeling of dryness and heat in both eyes.

on opening and shutting the eyes he felt as if the lids rubbed against the eyeball (twenty-third day). In the morning the left eye was again closed up, the lids reddened, the photophobia worse than yesterday.

the conjunctiva and sclerotic of both eyes much injected.

the least light caused a copious flow of tears (twenty-fourth day).

the inflammation of the eyes lasted in the same intensity till thirty-first day.

the ophthalmic affection declined.

he could look at the light better.

the redness and heat of the eyes were less (thirty-second day).

in the morning the heat and redness of the eyes were greater than yesterday, but they declined in the course of the day (thirty-third day).

each day, in the morning, feeling of heat in the eyes and some photophobia, symptoms which regularly declined towards the latter part of the day.

in the evening, although he felt no pain in the eyes, he could not read long by lamplight without fatigue and watering of the eyes (thirty-fourth to thirty-seventh day),.

Eyelids somewhat stuck together (forty-fifth and fifty-sixth days).

canthi slightly adherent, in the morning (sixty-sixth day).

slight adhesion of the eyelids, in the morning (sixty-seventh day).

in the morning, adhesion of the eyelids and slight burning of their edges (seventieth-eighth day).

slight adhesion of the external canthi (eighty-seventh day).

the eyes are somewhat adherent in their external canthi (ninety-first day).

slight adhesion and burning of the external canthi (ninety-second day).

eyelids somewhat adherent (ninety-eighth day).

slight agglutination of the eyelids, in the morning (two hundred and thirty-fifth and two hundred and thirty-eighth days),.

Burning in the edges of the lids, in the morning (second day).

cutting-burning pains in the borders of the eyelids, and especially in the external canthi, after dinner (fifth day).

very distressing burning in the outer canthi, and on shutting the eyes, a sensation as of a foreign body between the edges of the lids towards their external commissure, in the evening (fifth day).

burning in the borders of the eyelids, after rising (sixth day).

slight burning of the eyes particularly in the outer canthi (eighth day).

burning in the canthi, towards noon (eighteenth day),.

In the afternoon, in the outer canthus of the left eye, slight tickling, which gradually increased to a considerable itching, which compelled him to rub the eye, and made all work in the evening impossible. He attributed this to a glass of wine he had drunk at dinner contrary to custom. Sleep twice interrupted, and each time the itching in the eye was present (fourteenth day). About 4 P.M., tickling in the outer canthus of the left eye, and soon afterwards itching in it so violent as to cause him to rub it. In the evening, by candlelight, the itching extended to the inner canthus and changed into a shooting pain, on account of which it was midnight before he fell asleep, and not until he had allayed-the pain by means of cold compresses (fifteenth day). In the morning the affected eyelid was covered with a dry cake of mucus. The upper lid felt stiff on first opening the eyes, otherwise nothing morbid was visible. On going out the eyes watered for a short time, but there was very little itching in the left eye (seventeenth day). Slight adhesion of the lids at the left external canthus (nineteenth day). Left eye still somewhat closed up with mucus.

the upper lid less stiff (twenty-first day),.

In the evening, by candlelight, he had a recurrence of the itching in the external canthus of the left eye, which he had had while proving the tincture. At the same time the upper lid itched (after five to ten minutes) to such a degree that he must involuntarily rub the eye. This he did gently, so that it could not have caused the symptoms that followed. Thus the itching increased in the evening to burning.

the lids winked frequently, and the light hurt the eyes (second day). In the morning he awoke with stiff eyelids, which, however, soon regained their ordinary mobility. The lids and the caruncula were both injected of a bright-red color. During the day the eye was pretty well, with the exception of the redness above described, and occasional itching on the borders, as if they were covered with crusts that ought to be removed. But on the approach of night and at the sight of candles, the edges of the left of the eyelids commenced to burn, and photophobia came on. On reading or writing the eye watered, and the pain increased, preventing him going on with his work (third day). In the morning, on awaking, he could not open the eye immediately on account of the stiffness of the lids.

he only succeeded in doing so after several trials, and then there appeared a considerable quantity of mucus, which obscured the sight, and in spite of frequent wiping away continued to return. This secretion of mucus lasted the first two or three hours of the forenoon, and did not cease till about noon. In the evening, again itching, then burning pain followed by photophobia and flow of tears (fourth day). The blepharoblennorrhoea of the left eye just described persisted (from fifth to sixteenth day).

eye affection quite gone (twenty-first day).

in the evening the ophthalmic affection returned, with precisely the same symptoms (twenty-third day).

right eye affected in a similar though a slighter manner (twenty-ninth day).

eyes quite well (forty-sixth day),.

About noon, shining red swelling of the point of the nose, whereby the anterior angle of the left nostril felt thick, hard, and painful to the touch (thirteenth day).

increased redness and swelling of the inflamed nose (fourteenth day).

the redness of the swelling on the nose is diminished, the shininess of the skin, and the sensitiveness to touch continue (fifteenth day).

swelling of the nose as yesterday (sixteenth day).

at 6 A.M., on the inside of the swollen portion of the nose is a hardened, transparent, bright-yellow mass, which can only be detached with difficulty and pain (seventeenth day).

rapid diminution of the swelling of the nose, of which next day not a trace remains (eighteenth day),.

In the course of the day the right nostril was sensitive to the touch and somewhat reddened (eleventh day).

the whole of the right ala nasi and especially the septum narium was inflamed and painful to the touch.

merely touching the hairs in the nose caused violent pain (twelfth day).

inflammation of nose continues (thirteenth and fourteenth days).

nose not so red and sensitive (fifteenth day).

nose scarcely at all tender to touch, and covered with bran-like scales on the parts that had been inflamed (sixteenth day),.

Violent sneezing (immediately).

frequent sneezing, which increases the pain under sternum (seventh day).

few sneezes (forty-second day).

frequent sneezing (forty-fifth day).

occasional sneezing and hawking of mucus (fifty-fifth day).

occasional violent sneezing, in the forenoon (fifty-ninth day).

frequent sneezing and dry tussiculation (sixty-seventh day).

occasional sneezing, in the morning after rising (eighty-fifth day).

occasional sneezing and coughing up of thick mucus (one hundred and tenth day).

frequent sneezing (one hundred and forty-seventh day).

violent sneezing, in the evening (two hundred and seventeenth day).

very violent sneezing, at noon, ten successive times, followed by frequent dry tussiculation (two hundred and nineteenth day).

occasional sneezing (two hundred and thirty-first and two hundred and thirty-second day).

occasional violent sneezing (two hundred and seventy-ninth day).

occasional sneezing (two hundred and eighty-second day),.

All day long an almost constant desire to blow the nose, though no mucus was present in its front part. The mucus remains sticking in the nasal passage.

it is uncommonly viscid, and it is only after great exertion, in the way of blowing, that it comes away in the form of long narrow pieces, which interrupt the free passage of air through the nostrils (twenty-seventh day),.

Copious discharge from the nose, in the morning (fifth day).

much thin mucous fluid comes out of the nose (seventh day).

frequent discharge from the nose (seventeenth day).

increased discharge from the left nostril, at noon (nineteenth day).

much fluid comes out of both nostrils, late in the evening (nineteenth day).

blowing of the nose, in doing which the septum of the nose burns, after dinner (twentieth day).

frequent blowing of the nose, in the morning (twenty-first day).

watery fluid flows several times from the nose, at noon, causing severe burning at the edges of the ala nasi (twenty-second day).

great discharge from the nose, in the evening (twenty-fifth day).

great watery discharge from the nose, which makes the edges sore, in the evening (twenty-seventh day).

frequent blowing from the nose of thick mucus, in the forenoon (thirty-first day).

much mucus comes from the nose, and there is a disagreeable dryness of the nose (forty-fifth day).

discharge of watery fluid from the nose, at noon (fifty-first day).

increased nasal secretion (seventy-sixth day).

copious watery secretion, in the nose (seventy-seventh day).

severe catarrhal symptoms (seventy-eighth day).

blew much thick mucus from the nose while in the open air, in the forenoon.

later, when in the room, the nose became quite dry, and its borders stiff.

in the afternoon profuse nasal secretion (seventy-ninth day).

blowing of thick mucus from the nose (eighty-first day).

great discharge of mucus from the nose (eighty-first day).

several times blowing of mucus from the nose (eighty-second day).

frequent blowing of thick mucus from the nose (eighty-seventh day),.

A watery fluid runs out of the nose (fifth day).

considerable mucous discharge from the nose (fourteenth day).

fluid frequently flows out of the right nostril (twentieth day).

after dinner, a water fluid frequently flows from the nose (thirty-second day).

watery discharge from the nose (thirty-fourth day).

watery discharge from the nose occasionally (thirty-fifth day).

in the forenoon, frequent blowing of thick mucus from the nose (forty-ninth day).

blowing of mucus from the nose, in the morning (fifty-third day).

much secretion from the nose (sixty-third day).

copious secretion of thick mucus from the nose (sixty-seventh day).

blowing of thick mucus from the nose (ninety-eighth day).

some fluid comes out of the right nostril (one hundred and forty-seventh day).

frequent blowing the nose, and coughing (two hundred and nineteenth day).

catarrhal symptoms somewhat less (two hundred and twenty-first day), catarrhal symptoms continue in a milder degree (two hundred and twenty-third day).

a fluid runs out of the left nostril (two hundred and thirty-first day).

blowing from the nose of thick mucus.

catarrhal sufferings, at noon (two hundred and sixty-ninth day).

much mucus blown from the nose (two hundred and seventy-fourth day).

blowing from the nose of thick mucus (two hundred and seventy-fifth day),.

Dryness of the nose, burning on the outer borders of the alae nasi, which are very sensitive to touch, in the evening (fifth day).

dry feeling and troublesome tension in the nose, in the forenoon (fourteenth day).

troublesome dryness in the nasal cavity (sixteenth day).

in the nose sometimes dry feeling, and sometimes a discharge of watery fluid from it (seventeenth day).

dry feeling in the nose, towards noon (eighteenth day),.

Distressing dry feeling in the nose, after rising.

dryness in the nose, at noon (second day).

troublesome dryness and sensitiveness of the nose, soon after taking the medicine (fifth day).

some sensitiveness and dryness in the nose (tenth day).

nose dry and tender, in the morning after waking (eleventh day).

dryness of the nose (thirteenth day).

tiresome dryness of the nose, in the evening (fifteenth day).

great dryness and sensitiveness of the nose (eighteenth day).

teasing dryness of the nose, in the morning (nineteenth day).

dryness and tenderness of the nose (twentieth day).

dryness of the nose, and feeling as if its mucous membrane was swollen, in the open air in the forenoon (twenty-third day).

great dryness of the nose (twenty-fourth day).

*dryness of the nose (twenty-ninth day).

the effect upon the nasal mucous membrane during the whole of the proving was quite peculiar.

at one time acrid fluid flows from the nose, and again the organ appears to be as dry and stiff as parchment, and the next moment he has to blow out a quantity of thick phlegm, which is followed by a return of the dryness.

dryness of the nose (thirtieth day).

distressing dryness and stiffness of the nose, at noon (thirty-first day).

dryness of the nose (thirty-fifth day).

severe burning and dryness in the nose, at noon when sitting (thirty-sixth day).

dryness of the nose and stiffness of its walls (fortieth day).

dryness and tension of the nose (forty-first day).

dry feeling in the nose, though it is actually moist, in the evening (forty-third day).

dryness of the nose, in the evening (forty-seventh day).

burning dry nose, in the evening (forty-ninth day), dryness of nose (fifty-third and fifty-sixth days).

the nose not nearly so dry as the day previous (fifty-eighth day).

great dry feeling in the nose, especially towards its point (sixty-second day).

dryness of the nose (sixty-eighth day).

great dryness of the nose (seventy-second and seventy-sixth days).

dryness and tickling in the nose (seventy-eighth day).

great dryness, extreme sensitiveness, almost sore feeling of the nose (eightieth day).

dryness in the nose (eighty-first day).

dryness and parchment-like stiffness of the nose (eighty-fifth day).

great dryness of the nose (eighty-seventh day),.

In the afternoon, dryness of the nose (eighth day).

dryness of nose (ninth day).

dryness of nose (eighteenth day).

dry feeling and aching in the nose (forty-third day).

dryness of the nose (forty-seventh and forty-eighth days).

tiresome dryness of the nose, in the morning (forty-ninth day).

dryness of the nose (fifty-fifth and sixty-fifth days).

dryness of the nose, in the morning (seventy-third day).

dry feeling in the nose, at noon (one hundred and fourth day).

sensitiveness and dryness of the mucous membrane of the nose (one hundred and fourteenth day).

tiresome dryness of the nose (one hundred and thirtieth day).

dry feeling and aching in the nose, especially its root, in the forenoon (one hundred and fifty-first day).

dryness and aching in the nose severe (two hundred and seventieth day).

dryness of the nose (two hundred and seventy-first and two hundred and seventy-second days),.

Sore pain in the whole nose, especially in its septum, the slightest touch increased the pain, in the evening (second day).

sore feeling in the nose, in the morning after rising.

at noon pain very severe and an acrid fluid flowed from the right nostril (fourth day).

the nose, especially its left outer edge, is very sensitive to touch (seventh day).

in the morning after waking, very tensive sore pain in the nose, especially at its point.

feeling as if the nose was swollen.

its internal aspect is covered with small scabs (eighth day).

the edges and septum of the nose rather sensitive (tenth day).

sensitiveness of the septum of the nose (eleventh day).

sensitiveness and dryness of the nose, at noon (thirteenth day),.

Transient sensitiveness of the mucous membrane of the nose (fourth day).

mucous membrane of the nose feels sore, on smoking (thirty-second day).

at dinner, a peculiar feeling in the right nostril.

he felt as if the mucous membrane detached itself from the bone and rose as a blister, at the same time frequent sneezing.

these symptoms were present almost all the afternoon (thirty-fourth day).

raw pain on the edge of the right nostril (sixty-fifth day),.

Aching at the root of the nose (twenty-fifth day).

at noon, very troublesome aching pain in the nasal bones (one hundred and twelfth day).

during the day, severe aching in the nasal bones (one hundred and thirteenth day).

at noon, very severe aching in the nasal bones, and creeping in both temples (one hundred and fourteenth day).

during the day, a disagreeable feeling of aching and fulness in the nose, one of the nasal bones was thickened and swollen (one hundred and seventeenth day).

in the morning, severe aching in the nasal bones, and dry feeling in the nose. The aching in the nasal bones went off in the forenoon, but recurred at noon in great intensity and went away again in an hour (one hundred and eighteenth day).

at noon, severe aching in the nasal bones and dry feeling in the nose, though a drop or two of fluid occasionally escapes unobserved from the nostrils (one hundred and nineteenth day).

occasional severe aching in the nasal bones, in the forenoon (one hundred and twentieth day).

during breakfast, very violent aching in the nose.

the pain extended into the frontal sinus, but did not last long (one hundred and twenty-second day).

occasional aching pain in the nasal bones (one hundred and twenty-fourth day).

frequent aching pain in the nasal bones, in the forenoon (one hundred and twenty-seventh day).

dry feeling and aching in the superior nasal passages (one hundred and twenty-eighth day).

towards noon, quite severe aching in the nasal passages (one hundred and thirtieth day).

frequently recurring, but always transitory sensation of soreness in the nose (one hundred and thirty-second day).

occasional aching in the nasal bones (one hundred and thirty-third day).

in the nose, very tiresome aching and feeling of dryness (one hundred and thirty-third day).

aching in the nose, at noon (one hundred and thirty-fourth day).

occasional tiresome aching in the nose (one hundred and thirty-fifth day).

during the day repeated aching at the root of the nose (one hundred and thirty-sixth day).

towards noon, tiresome aching in the root of the nose (one hundred and thirty-eighth day).

tiresome aching in the bones of the nose, at noon (two hundred and seventh day).

aching pain in the root of the nose, in the evening (two hundred and thirty-sixth day).

frequent aching pain in the root of the nose throughout the day (two hundred and thirty-seventh day).

aching at the root of the nose (two hundred and thirty-eighth day).

aching pain in the nose, at noon (two hundred and forty-eighth day).

in the forenoon, very severe aching pain in the nose about its root, with dryness of the Schneiderian membrane (two hundred and fifty-eighth day),.

On the lip, near the right commissure of the mouth, there appeared a group of small painful vesicles standing close together (fifth day).

the vesicles burst, and left behind them an equal number of small round spots, which, the following day, assumed a lardaceous appearance (sixth day).

began to dry up, and were covered with a scab, which fell off in five days (eighth day),.

After midnight, excessively violent pains in the left lower jaw.

the pains were drawing pressing, proceeding from a healthy tooth, spreading over the whole lower jaw, extending to the temple and ear, and lasting till he got up the following morning (two hundred and seventy-seventh day).

some tenderness of the left lower jaw (two hundred and seventy-ninth day).

towards morning, severe pain in the left lower jaw, sometimes with drawing into the left ear.

in the forenoon, in the open air, the pain increased.

it was a very painful drawing, which extended not only over the jaw, but over the whole of the left side of the face.

one spot on the lower border of the under jaw was especially painful, also when touched.

in the evening, in the open air, the pain extended in an aggravated degree all over the lower jaw.

occasional pain in the left lower jaw, in the morning (two hundred and eightieth day).

drawing in the lower jaw, in the morning (two hundred and eighty-first day).

towards morning the pain of the left lower jaw, especially about a loose tooth, extremely violent (two hundred and eighty-second day).

pain in the lower jaw during the day, occasional sharp tearing in the left lower jaw (two hundred and eighty-third day),.

About 2 A.M. he awoke with violent pains in the inflamed gum.

they were burning and tearing, and spread all over the head.

at the same time a sensation as if the left cheek were swollen, which is not the case.

after two hours he became again quiet and fell asleep.

gum very painful, in the evening (one hundred and second day).

in the morning the gum is still rather tender, but the swelling considerably diminished (one hundred and fourth day).

gum more painful (one hundred and fifth day),.

Dull pain in the root of the tongue, which increased towards evening and obstructed speech.

it looked somewhat red and swollen (after two hours, sixth day).

in the evening the pain in the tongue returned, and that more severely than yesterday (seventh day).

in the evening the pain in the tongue again came on severely.

he cannot describe the pain.

the tongue feels much swollen, inflamed, and as if it were strongly pressed upon.

on pressing the finger on the left side beneath the tongue backwards, he felt a very painful hard pimple of the size of a pea (eighth day).

in the afternoon, violent pain occurred in the tongue.

it was swollen, and the speech, in consequence difficult.

the pain of the tongue lasted until late at night (tenth day).

forced to leave off taking the Sulphur on account of the pain in the tongue.

during this time the pain, swelling, and pimple disappeared (eleventh to sixteenth days).

slight feeling of the pain of the tongue (eighteenth day).

same pain in the tongue (twentieth day).

the pain and swelling of the tongue increased so much that he could not be persuaded to continue the proving (twentieth to twenty-fourth days).

in three days tongue again quite normal,.

Salivary secretion increased.

for a long time he had every now and then traces of blood in the saliva (twelfth day).

rush of water into the mouth (seventeenth day).

in the evening, great flow of saliva mixed with blood (twenty-sixth day).

great flow of saliva into the mouth.

bloody streaks in the saliva (in one hour).

increased secretion of saliva mixed with streaks of blood, in the afternoon (thirtieth day).

in the forenoon, copious secretion of saliva mixed with streaks of blood (thirty-third day),.

Late in the evening, roughness, redness, and itching of the skin on the dorsum of the right hand.

some red, very itching pimples on the skin of the right thumb and in its dorsal aspect towards the metacarpus.

roughness of the skin between the right thumb and forefinger, worse in the heat of bed (seventeenth day).

he discontinued the medicine for some days, and during this time the exanthemated phenomena on the right hand continued, and were regularly aggravated by the heat of the bed.

the pimples gradually assumed the form of small pustules,.

In the morning, on changing his linen, he observed that his skin desquamated more, or at least more easily than usual, so that a mere gentle stroking with the flat hand sufficed to separate large quantities of small loose scales from the morbid skin.

he observed the same thing in the scalp, whence clouds of small scales could be brushed.

no change was observable on the eruption (eighth day). The scales fell from the head and morbidly affected skin in smaller quantity than on the previous day, but they were still more plentiful than usual (ninth day). The scales on the head in great numbers.

whilst taking a warm bath, he noticed the surface of the water speedily covered with fine scales.

on former occasions, when taking a bath, the scales were much fever in number, were in larger flakes, and only appeared after using soap.

the patches of eruption appeared less red after the bath than usual (thirteenth day). The scales on the head were less numerous this morning when he brushed his hair, but they became much more abundant during the day, and were in the form of a fine dust.

on the patches of eruption on the body, no loosening of cuticle was perceptible, as was formerly the case during the first few days after taking a bath (fifteenth day). After awaking at a quarter to 5 A.M., and drying the body, he noticed that the patches of eruption were paler, not so dry, and not so wrinkled as usual.

the scales, too, which were partly detached, were in smaller quantities (twenty-first day). Scales on head diminished very much (twenty-second day). Of the smaller scattered eruptive spots, several, especially those on the left arm, were completely gone, and on the larger patches, here and there, little islands of healthy skin.

the other eruptive spots were still colored like liver-marks, wrinkled, slightly elevated, but they scaled less, and felt less rough (twenty-fifth day). The eruption continued to make slight but perceptible progress to amendment, by the increase of the number and size of the healthy islands on the morbid skin (after twenty-six days). The disappearance of the eruption took place not by a gradual and uniform return of the morbid skin to the normal state, but by the increase and extension of many healthy points (hair-follicles) among the still morbid patches, whereby the latter were separated into still smaller groups, and were at last limited to a few spots, the size of hemp N/A -seed or lentils, corresponding to single hair-follicles, which, by the end of September, were quite gone from the arms and chest.

there still remained some groups on the belly and back, and in the months of August and September, some new eruption spots appeared on the legs, which had hitherto remained free, excepting a small spot on the right calf.

subsequently, these new spots disappeared unobserved,.

In the morning, there appeared on the left cheek, near the ala nasi, a small red spot, which attained the size of a lentil (forty-second day). On awaking, in the morning, he remembered that, in a half-sleeping state, he had scratched away at his left cheek, owing to the itching there.

about twenty elevations, the size of millet-seeds, were to be seen there.

they itched slightly when touched, and became more visible after dinner, when the cheek was somewhat redder and hotter (forty-third day). The eruption on the left cheek has increased in extent, especially near the ala nasi.

traces of a similar eruption were also visible on the right cheek.

after dinner, and in the evening after taking a little wine, the eruption became remarkably increased (forty-fourth day). In the night, again scratched himself violently.

on looking at the eruption, in the morning, with a lens, he found, on the spots first formed, the epidermis coming off in small scales.

he removed one of them on the point of a penknife, and found it was of a circular form, scarcely above a line in diameter, thickened towards the edge, and in the centre thin and transparent.

the skin beneath the detached scale was elevated, red, and sensitive.

after dinner, the aggravation of the eruption as of the previous day (forty-fifth day). Desquamation appeared on several of the spots.

on the right cheek eruption is extending (forty-sixth day). The following days the eruption remained the same, but new scales constantly appeared on those spots that had already desquamated.

in spite of the discontinuance of Sulphur, the efflorescence lasted in greater or less intensity throughout the next two months, and was always remarkably aggravated after taking even very small quantities of alcoholic liquors.

it subsequently went away without anything being done for it,.

There appeared on the right palm some not elevated, red, burning spots, the size of a shilling, which went off after a few hours (twenty-ninth day).

red marks came again, and remained visible until evening (soon, thirtieth day).

the red marks in the palm often appeared, but only remained for a short time (from thirty-second to forty-fifth day),.

After rising from bed, itching on several parts of the skin of the left hand (dorsum of hand, over the first joint of the middle finger, on the outer border of the little finger, and on the palmar aspect of the wrist).

after scratching, red spots arise, on which several papulae close together appear (these papulae lasted several days and itched periodically), (first day),.

Formation of an erythematous patch, the size of the palm, on the outside of the leg, which, especially at night in bed, itches constantly, compelling him to scratch, but afterwards is very sore (seventh day).

erythema continues (ninth, eleventh, and thirteenth days).

the erythema goes off, but leaves behind it a troublesome smarting in the leg, which compelled him to throw the clothes off the legs at night, as heat aggravated it (fifteenth day),.

Several pimples on the left side of the neck (second day).

many pimples on the chin, neck, shoulders, and behind the ears (third day).

fresh pimples on the upper lip and nose (eighth day).

a fresh pimple on the lower lip (twelfth day).

several pimples on the upper arms and thighs (tenth day).

pimples itched intolerably (twelfth day).

several fresh pimples on the chin (sixteenth day).

pimples increase greatly (twenty-fourth day),.

An inflamed pimple on the back of the right hand (sixty-seventh day).

in the afternoon, the pimples extended all over the back of the right hand.

the pimples on the right hand are to-day reddened and itch a little (one hundred and thirty-third day).

the pimples on the back of the hand are going gradually off.

those on the index continue (one hundred and thirty-fifth day),.

Several small vesicles on the upper lip, which soon dried up (fifth day).

beneath the left nostril several small vesicles (twenty-fifth day).

the vesicles on the upper lip begin to dry up (twenty-sixth day).

a great eruption of vesicles near the left commissure of the mouth (one hundred and ninety-sixth day).

the vesicles near the mouth are dried up, but fresh ones have appeared on the right side of the upper lip (one hundred and ninety-ninth and two hundredth days),.

On the middle of the lower lip there appeared two small white transparent vesicles, which increased in size the following day, when they had the appearance of herpes labialis (eighteenth day).

began to dry up (twentieth day), but in their place appeared a number of similar but smaller vesicles on the left side of the lower jaw, which also disappeared in a few days,.

On the index of both hands, on the left thumb, and here and there on the hands, are small vesicles, singly or in groups.

they are filled with a fluid, but do not itch (one hundred and fiftieth day).

several new vesicles appear on the hands (one hundred and fifty-first day).

the vesicles on the hands begin to dry up (one hundred and fifty-fourth day).

the vesicular eruption on the hands is nearly gone, only the skin on the affected parts is still rough (one hundred and eighty-sixth day),.

Itching in the fingers.

slight redness of the fingers, which disappeared on pressure, but returned immediately when that was removed (tenth day).

in the morning, on the inner surface of the right ring and little fingers, some white painless vesicles, the size of a poppy-seed, which were partly in groups, partly isolated (eleventh day).

two vesicles close together on the inner surface of the second joint of the right middle finger (twelfth day),.

In the morning, he observed on the back of the right index finger, on its third joint, an inflamed pimple, the size of a hemp N/A -seed, which, by evening, had on its apex a vesicle filled with an opaque fluid.

during the night, this fluid assumed the appearance of pus (thirty-seventh day).

the pus in the vesicle gradually increased more and more.

the base of the pimple became larger and more painful, just like a boil (thirty-eighth day).

pus discharged, whereupon the pain abated, and the place healed gradually but very slowly (thirty-ninth day),.

Between the ring and middle fingers of the left hand a small itching vesicle appeared (twenty-fourth day).

vesicle larger, but only itches when touched (twenty-fifth day).

vesicle has attained the size of a pin's head, is filled with a clear fluid, and has exactly the appearance of a fully developed itch vesicle (twenty-seventh day).

during the night the vesicle burst (twenty-ninth day),.

Several discrete, not itching pimples, the size of poppy-seeds, and of the same color as the skin, on the thighs and arms (after one hour, second day).

in the morning, the number of pimples had increased.

some of them, which had been present yesterday, had at their apices a small vesicle filled with a limpid fluid, and were surrounded by a red areola.

on scratching off the heads of some of them, in the morning, the epidermis desquamated.

there came away a large quantity of fine scales (third day).

the skin of the thighs, especially on their inner surface and in the neighborhood of the knee, rough like gooseskin.

many pimples were the same color as the skin, others had the above-described vesicles.

on scratching, many very fine scales fell off, especially in the region of the elbows (fourth day).

several pimples attain the size of a millet-seed and remain the color of the skin.

the desquamation continues (fifth day).

up to this time, the roughness of the skin, the eruption, and desquamation in the region of the elbow, continue.

the eruption does not itch, and even when I scratch off the heads of the vesicles designedly, no burning follows (thirteenth day),.

Rash over the whole right leg, preceded by fever.

the leg was swollen, hot, bright red, painful, with large and small blisters in several places, containing yellowish serum, as after the use of Cantharides. After the blisters had burst, some places became covered with thin yellowish scabs, others became superficial ulcers, which lasted a long time, without much pain, and gradually healed long after the inflammation had disappeared,.

An insignificant abrasion of the skin on the hand, which he accidentally received, produced a lively inflammation, followed by a formation of pus (nothing similar had ever before happened to him), (twenty-sixth day).

suppuration of abraded skin (twenty-seventh, twenty-eighth, and twenty-ninth days).

abraded skin healed (thirty-fifth day),.

On the volar surface of the point of the right thumb, at the side next the index, there appears, in the morning, a trace of redness. The dorsal part of the thumb, bearing the nail, is painful to the touch, as if gathering. On the following day, the redness is more limited, and in its centre appears a whitish spot, which, two days later, assumes a yellow color and increases in size. A small purulent deposit, surrounded by a pale-red areola, has formed, which lies imbedded in the skin, and above which the epidermis is still smoothly and uninterruptedly extended (twenty-eighth day). The purulent deposit is elevated into a small swelling, which is covered by a brownish-colored epidermis (thirty-first and thirty-second days). During the night, the swelling increased to thrice the former size. That which increased it so much was not, however, pus, but a transparent fluid, which had exuded beneath the pus and raised up the latter. The quantity of this fluid increased during the day, during which the pus gradually mingled with it. The red areola, which had surrounded the swelling as long as there was only pus in it, almost disappeared at first when the clear fluid collected among the pus. In the course of the day, however, a redness appeared at the border of the collection, which, gradually becoming more intense and extending further, at length died away at an undefined limit. Conjoined with it, there was in the affected finger and in the whole hand a throbbing pain, which was aggravated by the touch, and gradually went off in a burning smarting (thirty-third day). The tension and pain are mitigated. About noon, the swelling burst and emptied its contents (thirty-fourth day). The collection of the fluid had included the greater portion of the volar surface of that part of the thumb where the nail is attached. On the ulnar side it extended almost to the nail, but the bed of the nail was not at all involved.

consequently, it was not at all a case of onychia. The radial side of the thumb was quite free from disease,.

At the border of the nail of the left thumb there occurs an extensive inflammation after an insignificant injury (twenty-fourth day). The inflammation spreads over the whole of the first joint of the thumb.

pus appears at the wounded part, which was artificially evacuated in the evening (twenty-fifth day). New formation of pus at the root of the nail.

the first joint is very much inflamed and very painful.

the pain extends to the metacarpus (twenty-sixth day). Onychia continues (twenty-eighth, twenty-ninth, and thirty-first days). Onychia healed (thirty-fifth day),.

Every night, when he got warm in bed, there occurred a very disagreeable itching, on the whole surface of the skin, from the hips to the toes. This itching was particularly bad in the hollow of the knees, and could only be removed by strong rubbing, which caused a very agreeable feeling. On the parts so rubbed there occurred small pimples, which discharged a fluid from their points.

whereupon the itching ceased, but returned the following night. During the day was no trace of the pimples, but only the small scars on the parts that had been scratched (after forty-five days),.

At the lower border of the left lower jaw there occurs, in the morning, a painful pimple, the size of a pea, on the skin, which gradually rises above the skin and takes on a blue color (twenty-sixth day).

a furunculus appears at the angle of the right lower jaw, similar to that on the left side.

the furunculi become larger, but are quite painless (twenty-ninth day).

the furunculi attained the size of a hazel-nut, but are not painful, and but little reddened (thirty-second day).

furunculi growing smaller (thirty-fifth day).

almost gone (fortieth day),.

In the morning, hoarse voice and irritation of the throat.

these symptoms went off about noon (forty-fourth day).

rough voice (seventy-ninth day).

hoarse rough voice, in the evening, for some hours (one hundredth day).

hoarse voice, in the evening (two hundred and fortieth day).

in the forenoon, roughness of voice.

speaking requires an effort (two hundred and forty-first day).

rough voice, in the evening (two hundred and forty-third day).

roughness of the voice, lasting all day (two hundred and forty-fourth day).

during the day, voice somewhat rough (two hundred and forty-sixth day).

hoarseness, in the forenoon (two hundred and fifty-first day).

roughness of voice (two hundred and fifty-second and two hundred and sixty-fifth days).

severe hoarseness, in the afternoon (two hundred and seventieth day).

rough hoarse voice, in the afternoon and evening (two hundred and seventy-sixth day).

rough voice, at noon (two hundred and seventy-ninth day),.

A violent attack of cough, with expectoration of thick phlegm, and a feeling of rawness in the trachea, at night (third day).

expectoration of much thick viscid phlegm, in the morning (fifth day).

a short dry cough, as from irritation in the trachea, after taking the medicine (sixth day).

frequent expectoration of a thick phlegm, in the evening (eighth day).

repeated expectoration of phlegm from the larynx, in the morning (ninth day).

expectoration of thick mucus several times, at night (tenth day).

a slight irritation in the larynx causing a dry cough.

during the day, frequent dry tussiculation, with only occasionally expectoration of phlegm (eleventh day).

repeated expectoration of phlegm, in the morning.

during the day frequent cough (twelfth day).

frequent expectoration of phlegm.

frequent dry short cough, in the afternoon and evening (thirteenth day).

occasional cough, with sore pain in the chest and expectoration of thick phlegm, in the morning (sixteenth day).

repeated expectoration, by coughing, of phlegm, in the morning after waking (seventeenth day).

repeated expectoration of phlegm, in the morning after waking (eighteenth day).

much expectoration of phlegm, in the morning after waking.

frequent dry short cough, after dinner (twentieth day).

frequent expectoration of phlegm, in the morning (twenty-first day).

frequent violent cough, owing to an irritation deep in the air-passages, in the evening.

cough generally dry, only sometimes there is a thick mucous expectoration (twenty-first day).

frequent expectoration of mucus, in the morning after waking (twenty-second day).

frequent cough, sometimes dry, sometimes with expectoration of phlegm, in the morning (twenty-third day).

frequent expectoration of mucus, in the morning (twenty-fourth day).

occasional coughing up of phlegm, in the morning.

frequent short dry cough, in the evening (twenty-fifth day).

several times severe cough, sometimes with expectoration of thick phlegm (twenty-sixth day).

cough, as on the preceding days, in the morning after waking.

frequent dry tussiculation (twenty-seventh day).

coughing up of phlegm several times, in the morning (twenty-eighth day).

frequent dry tussiculation (twenty-ninth day).

frequent severe cough.

about 1 A.M., violent cough, caused by a constant irritation in the trachea, and lasting nearly an hour (thirtieth day).

frequent cough, generally dry, and only seldom with expectoration of phlegm, in the morning.

much cough, in the evening (thirty-first day).

frequent coughing up of phlegm (thirty-second day).

occasional coughing up of phlegm in the morning (thirty-third day).

occasional coughing of mucus, in the morning.

occasional expectoration, and blowing from the nose of thick phlegm, in the morning (thirty-fourth day).

occasional cough, with expectoration of thick phlegm (thirty-fifth day).

frequent cough, with expectoration of thick phlegm, in the morning (thirty-sixth day).

cough, with expectoration of phlegm, several times in the morning (thirty-seventh day).

expectoration of mucus, in the morning (thirty-eighth day).

severe cough, in the morning (thirty-ninth day).

frequent cough, with expectoration of thick phlegm, in the morning (fortieth day).

frequent coughing up of mucus, in the morning (forty-first day).

repeated coughing of phlegm, in the morning.

during the day frequent cough, sometimes short and dry, sometimes with copious expectoration of phlegm (forty-second day).

frequent cough, sometimes short and dry, sometimes with expectoration of thick phlegm (forty-third day).

coughing of phlegm, in the morning (forty-fourth day).

frequent cough, sometimes dry, sometimes with expectoration of mucus (forty-fifth day).

several times, coughing up of mucus (forty-sixth day).

frequent coughing up of mucus, in the morning.

dry cough, sometimes (forty-seventh day).

cough, with the expectoration of phlegm, in the morning.

frequent dry short, after dinner (forty-eighth day).

occasional coughing up of phlegm, in the morning.

frequent short dry tussiculation in the evening (forty-ninth day).

coughing up of mucus, in the morning (fifty-first day).

frequent mucous expectoration (fifty-second day).

occasional cough, in the morning (fifty-third day).

irritation in the trachea, occasioning a severe dry cough, for half an hour in the morning in bed (fifty-fourth day).

coughing up of mucus, several times, in the morning (fifty-fifth day).

frequent cough, with the expectoration of mucus (fifty-sixth day).

an occasional cough, in the morning (fifty-seventh day).

occasional cough. frequent short dry cough, in the evening (fifty-eighth day).

occasional cough, with the expectoration of phlegm, in the morning (sixtieth day).

occasional cough with phlegm.

occasional dry tussiculation (sixty-third day).

coughing of phlegm, in the morning (sixty-fourth day).

occasional coughing of phlegm, in the morning (sixty-fifth day).

after getting up, tickling in the larynx, lasting half an hour, and causing a violent dry cough (sixty-seventh day).

occasional coughing of phlegm (sixty-ninth day) occasional coughing up of mucus (seventy-first day).

cough, with phlegm, in the morning (seventy-second day).

occasional cough with phlegm (seventy-fourth and seventy-fifth days).

a few coughs, with thick phlegm, in the morning (seventy-sixth day).

frequent severe cough (seventy-seventh day).

occasional coughing up of phlegm, in the morning.

frequent severe (spasmodic) dry cough, from fulness of chest, at noon (seventy-seventh day).

frequent cough, thick mucous expectoration (seventy-eighth day).

a little cough, in the afternoon (seventy-ninth day).

occasional cough, with thick mucous expectoration, at noon (eightieth day).

occasional coughing of phlegm, in the morning (eighty-first day).

frequent coughing up of mucus (eighty-third day).

great irritation to cough, soon after taking the medicine.

after dinner, great irritation to cough, and sudden shaking cough (eighty-fifth day).

occasional cough, in the morning (eighty-seventh day).

about 2 A.M., he was awakened by a very violent fit of coughing.

this was brought on by an irritation in the trachea.

it came on in fits, was barking, generally dry, and only sometimes with mucous expectoration.

in an hour the cough gradually subsided, and he fell asleep again.

occasionally coughing of mucus, in the morning.

in the evening, frequent severe dry cough (eighty-ninth day).

occasionally coughing of phlegm, in the morning (ninetieth day).

at night, some violent fits of spasmodic cough.

these fits came on suddenly, were accompanied by a contraction of the air-passages, and went off as suddenly after a few violent coughs.

the cough was usually dry, only occasionally there was a serous expectoration (ninety-first day).

occasional violent cough, in the morning.

frequent short, broken, dry tussiculations (ninety-third day).

occasional moderate cough, in the morning (ninety-fourth day).

frequent short dry tussiculations (ninety-fifth day).

occasional coughing of phlegm, in the morning (ninety-seventh day).

the usual loose cough, in the morning (ninety-eighth day).

occasional cough (one hundred and first day).

he was awakened early, in the morning, by a dry, convulsive violent cough, which lasted an hour, and after going off, left a soreness of the whole chest (one hundred and second day).

occasional coughing up of mucus (one hundred and third day).

a few coughs, with expectoration of phlegm (one hundred and fourth day).

occasional coughing of mucus, in the morning (one hundred and fifth day).

occasional tussiculation, in the evening (one hundred and sixth day).

coughs less mucus, in the morning (one hundred and ninth day).

occasional cough with phlegm (one hundred and twelfth day).

coughing of mucus, in the morning (one hundred and thirteenth day).

occasional violent cough, sometimes dry, sometimes with phlegm, in the morning (one hundred and fourteenth day).

occasional cough, in the morning (one hundred and fifteenth day).

about midnight, he was awakened by a violent attack of coughing.

the cough came on in fits, and was generally dry (one hundred and fifteenth day).

occasional cough, with phlegm, in the morning (one hundred and twenty-first day),.

Occasional coughing up of mucus, in the morning (fifth day).

in the morning, on awaking, cough several times, with mucous expectoration (seventh day).

in the morning occasional cough, with expectoration of mucus (thirteenth day).

occasional mucous expectoration (fourteenth day).

expectoration of mucus, in the morning (fifteenth and sixteenth days).

occasional coughing of mucus (seventeenth day).

mucous cough (nineteenth day).

frequent dry tussiculation (twentieth day).

a few mucous coughs (twenty-first day).

mucous cough, in the morning (twenty-second day).

occasional mucous cough, in the morning after waking (twenty-third day).

occasional short dry cough, in the morning (twenty-fourth day).

occasional coughing of mucus (twenty-fifth and twenty-sixth days).

after dinner, repeated short dry cough (twenty-ninth day).

in the morning, after awaking, occasional coughing up of thick mucus (thirtieth day).

in the morning, coughing up of thick mucus.

after dinner, short dry tussiculation (thirty-first day).

coughing of mucus, in the morning (thirty-fifth day).

slight mucous cough (forty-second day).

occasional coughing of mucus, in the morning (forty-fifth day).

coughing of mucus (forty-seventh and forty-eighth days).

coughing of mucus, in the morning (forty-ninth, fifty-third, and fifty-fourth days).

several times coughing of mucus (fifty-sixth day).

occasional short dry cough (fifty-ninth day).

occasional coughing of mucus, in the morning (sixtieth and sixty-second days).

occasional coughing of mucus (sixty-seventh day).

coughing of mucus, in the morning (sixty-third and sixty-fifth days).

frequent dry cough, in the morning (sixty-ninth day).

occasional coughing of mucus, in the morning (seventieth, eighty-second, eighty-third, and eighty-fourth days).

frequent short dry cough, in the morning (eighty-seventh day).

some mucous cough, in the morning (eighty-ninth, ninetieth, ninety-first, and ninety-second days).

coughing of mucus (ninety-eighth day).

coughing up of thick jellylike mucus (one hundred and third day).

dry tussiculation, in the morning (one hundred and fifth day).

in the morning, after getting up, occasional coughing up of thick mucus (one hundred and sixth day).

slight coughing up of mucus, in the morning.

occasional short dry tussiculation (one hundred and seventh day).

occasional coughing up of mucus, in the morning (one hundred and eighth day).

frequent dry tussiculation (one hundred and eleventh day).

coughing up of mucus, in the morning (one hundred and thirteenth day).

occasional expectoration of mucus, in the morning (one hundred and fifteenth day).

occasional coughing up of mucus, in the morning.

frequent short dry cough (one hundred and sixteenth day).

occasional short dry tussiculation (one hundred and seventeenth day).

occasional dry short cough (one hundred and eighteenth day).

in the morning, on awaking, occasional dry tussiculation (one hundred and nineteenth day).

short dry tussiculation, in the morning (one hundred and twentieth day).

occasional coughing of mucus, in the morning (one hundred and twenty-first, one hundred and twenty-second, one hundred and twenty-third, and one hundred and twenty-fifth days).

moderate expectoration of mucus, in the morning (one hundred and twenty-sixth day).

coughing of mucus, followed by frequent dry tussiculation, in the morning (one hundred and twenty-seventh day).

in the morning, occasional short dry tussiculation.

somewhat later, some jellylike phlegm from the air-passages.

at noon and after dinner, occasional short dry tussiculation (one hundred and twenty-eighth day).

frequent short dry tussiculation (one hundred and twenty-ninth day).

occasional short dry tussiculation (one hundred and thirtieth day).

occasional coughing of mucus, in the morning (one hundred and thirty-second day).

coughing of mucus, in the morning (one hundred and thirty-fourth day).

occasional cough, in the morning (one hundred and thirty-sixth day).

occasional cough, with mucous expectoration, in the morning (one hundred and thirty-eighth day).

mucous cough, in the morning (one hundred and thirty-ninth day).

frequent short dry tussiculation (one hundred and forty-third day).

occasional cough (one hundred and forty-fourth day).

occasional short dry tussiculation (one hundred and forty-seventh day).

frequent short dry tussiculation (one hundred and fifty-third day).

during the day, occasional dry tussiculation (one hundred and fifty-fifth day).

frequent short dry tussiculation (one hundred and fifty-seventh day).

occasional slight coughing up of mucus, in the morning (one hundred and fifty-eighth day).

coughing of mucus, in the morning (one hundred and sixtieth day).

occasional coughing and expectoration of mucus (one hundred and seventieth and one hundred and seventy-first days).

occasional mucous cough, in the morning (one hundred and seventy-fourth day).

frequent short dry tussiculation (one hundred and seventy-eighth day).

frequent dry tussiculation (one hundred and seventy-ninth day).

occasional dry tussiculation, rarely with expectoration of mucus, in the morning (one hundred and eighty-fourth day).

occasional coughing of mucus, in the morning (one hundred and eighty-fifth day).

occasional short dry cough (one hundred and eighty-sixth day).

occasional coughing of mucus, in the morning (one hundred and eighty-ninth day).

coughing of mucus, in the morning (one hundred and ninetieth, one hundred and ninety-first, and one hundred and ninety-second days).

frequent coughing, in the morning (one hundred and ninety-third day).

occasional dry cough (one hundred and ninety-fourth day).

occasional dry tussiculation (one hundred and ninety-fifth day).

occasional coughing of mucus, in the morning (one hundred and ninety-ninth and two hundredth days).

occasional coughing of thick phlegm (two hundredth day).

occasional coughing of mucus, in the morning (two hundred and fourth, two hundred and eighth, and two hundred and fourteenth days).

at night, for half an hour, dry tussiculation and hawking, caused by a tickling in the larynx (two hundred and fourteenth day).

coughing of mucus, in the morning (two hundred and seventeenth day).

frequent coughing and blowing the nose (two hundred and nineteenth day).

frequent cough, sometimes dry, sometimes with mucous expectoration (two hundred and twenty-second day).

coughing up of mucus, in the morning (two hundred and twenty-fourth to two hundred and thirtieth day).

expectoration of mucus, in the morning.

frequent coughing, sometimes with mucous expectoration, in the afternoon (two hundred and thirtieth day).

coughing of mucus, in the morning (two hundred and thirty-first, two hundred and thirty-second, two hundred and thirty-third, and two hundred and thirty-fourth days).

dry short cough, at noon (two hundred and thirty-fourth day).

frequent coughing up of mucus, at night (two hundred and thirty-fifth day).

frequent coughing up and blowing from the nose of mucus.

frequent coughing up of mucus, at night (two hundred and thirty-seventh day).

frequent short, dry, continued cough, at noon (two hundred and thirty-eighth day).

coughing of mucus, in the morning (two hundred and thirty-ninth day).

occasional coughing of mucus, in the morning.

frequent short dry cough, in the forenoon.

much cough, in the evening (two hundred and fortieth day).

frequent dry cough, towards morning.

frequent coughing up of mucus, in the afternoon (two hundred and forty-first day).

during the day frequent cough, sometimes dry, sometimes with thick mucous expectoration (two hundred and forty-second day).

occasional coughing up of mucus, in the morning.

frequent, at night (two hundred and forty-fourth day).

frequent short dry tussiculation, after dinner (two hundred and forty-fifth day).

coughing up of mucus, in the morning (two hundred and forty-sixth and two hundred and forty-seventh days).

frequent short dry tussiculation.

coughing of mucus, at night (two hundred and forty-seventh day).

coughing up of mucus (two hundred and fiftieth day).

coughing of mucus, in the morning (two hundred and fifty-first and two hundred and fifty-second days).

occasional coughing up of thick mucus, in the morning (two hundred and fifty-third day).

mucous cough, in the morning.

occasional mucous cough, at night (two hundred and fifty-fourth day).

occasional mucous cough, in the morning (two hundred and fifty-seventh day).

mucous cough, after rising.

frequent short dry tussiculation (two hundred and fifty-eighth day).

frequent expectoration of mucus, in the morning.

during the day, especially in the evening, the voice became rough and toneless, with occasional cough (two hundred and fifty-ninth day).

mucous cough, in the morning (two hundred and sixtieth day).

a few coughs, with mucus, in the morning (two hundred and sixty-first day).

during the day, frequent short dry cough, with some expectoration of phlegm (two hundred and sixty-first day).

occasional mucous cough, in the morning.

frequent short dry cough, in the forenoon (two hundred and sixty-third day).

occasional short dry cough (two hundred and sixty-fourth day).

in the morning, for nearly an hour, quite severe cough, generally dry and short, rarely with mucous expectoration (two hundred and sixty-fifth day).

a violent fit of coughing, lasting half an hour, at night (two hundred and sixty-eighth day).

coughing up and blowing of thick mucus (two hundred and sixty-ninth day).

occasional coughing up of mucus, in the morning.

severe cough, in the afternoon.

violent cough, with much expectoration of phlegm, at night (two hundred and seventieth day).

frequent dry cough, in the evening (two hundred and seventy-first and two hundred and seventy-second day).

coughing up of mucus, in the morning.

frequent violent, short, dry cough (two hundred and seventy-third day).

frequent cough, sometimes dry, sometimes with mucous expectoration (two hundred and seventy-fourth days).

in the morning much cough, generally fatiguing, short, and dry, with severe feeling of pain in the chest (two hundred and seventy-fifth day).

coughing of mucus, in the morning.

occasional violent cough, in the forenoon.

much dry cough, in the afternoon and evening (two hundred and seventy-sixth day).

dry cough (two hundred and seventy-seventh day).

at night, two fits of coughing, one of which lasted at least half an hour, the other was shorter, but more fatiguing (two hundred and seventy-eighth day).

at noon, frequent short dry cough.

it also occurred several times in the afternoon and evening (two hundred and seventy-ninth day).

a few coughs, with mucous expectoration, in the morning (two hundred and eightieth day).

a few coughs (two hundred and eighty-first day).

frequent cough, in the morning, generally with mucous expectoration (two hundred and eighty-third day).

occasional coughing up of mucus, in the morning.

dry tussiculation, after dinner, severe coughing and sensitiveness of the fauces (two hundred and eighty-fourth day).

coughing up of mucus, in the morning (two hundred and eighty-fifth, two hundred and eighty-sixth, and two hundred and eighty-seventh days),.

In the afternoon severe cough, with little expectoration.

on coming into a warm room, and on smoking tobacco, the cough becomes worse.

when in the open air, and on drinking wine in the evening, it is diminished.

indeed, it ceases entirely.

at night, frequent waking from cough (first day). In the morning frequent, but looser cough.

expectoration yellowish and globular.

during the day dry cough.

at night heavy sleep, often disturbed by cough (second day). At night, cough (third day). In the evening, when going to bed, as also in the night, on several occasions when he awakes, very violent cough, with copious expectoration of mucus (fourth day). Cough looser and rarer (fifth day). Cough considerable accompanied by expectoration (eighth day). Cough lasted, with slight remissions, for one month,.

Pretty strong oppression during a part of the afternoon (tenth day).

the oppression is severe.

severe and continuous in the afternoon (twelfth day).

at 2 P.M., oppression, weight on the chest.

deep inspirations cause a pretty severe pain towards the ninth rib on the right side (thirteenth day).

oppression which lasts all day.

I am obliged several times to rise hurriedly from my seat.

it seems as if I shall choke (fourteenth day),.

A slight aching pain in a circumscribed spot beneath the chest-walls on the right side, near the sternum.

the pain is especially observed on breathing deeply, and when bending forwards.

the pain beneath the walls of the chest disappeared, but recurred about 11 A.M., after the burning of the anus had subsided.

in the afternoon and evening the pain in the chest is only still felt when he breathes deeply (fifth day).

when he breathes deeply, the aching in the chest occurs like yesterday (sixth day).

at noon, on taking a full breath, slight shoots under the sternum (sixth day).

the pain under the sternum continues in a lesser degree.

on leaning forwards, the place under the sternum pains as if beaten (seventh day).

the pain beneath the sternum is felt in the morning only, on breathing deeply.

it increases in the course of the forenoon, and goes off in the afternoon (eighth day),.

Feeling of weight and pressure in the left side of the chest, which increased daily (tenth day).

especially annoying (sixteenth day).

on that day there occurred violent shooting pains, at every attempt to move the chest forwards and to the left, and on taking a deep breath. On the following days the chest symptoms declined, and gradually went off completely,.

Before going to sleep, shooting in the left side of the chest (ninth day).

in the morning after awaking, shooting between the second and left fifth ribs (twenty-sixth day).

in the evening, slight shooting in chest (twenty-sixth day).

shooting in left side of the chest, with headache (thirty-second day).

before falling asleep, flying shoots in the left ribs (thirty-fourth day),.

In the forenoon, in the right side of the chest, at the point where the mediastinum is attached to the right side of the sternum, inferiorly in the vicinity of the diaphragm, dull stitches from within outward, like blows, which reach to the inside of the thorax and end there.

these pains were excited by any exertion of the thorax, like blowing the nose, breathing deeply, etc., and they only went off about noon (twenty-seventh day),.

Stitches in the side, of short duration, in the afternoon (fourth day).

about 10 P.M., stitches in the side more severe than the day before, and also felt in the night (fifth day).

stitches in the side still present (seventh day).

stitches in the side worse (tenth day).

severe stitches in the side.

still more severe stitches in the region of the spleen, following hard evacuation (eleventh day),.

Gasping for breath, on account of constriction of the larynx.

the throat appeared to be too narrow.

the face hot and turgid.

the eyes perceptibly projected out of their orbits.

the veins of the forehead and temples were distended with blood.

speech difficult. shrill whistling on inspiring, particularly noticeable on going upstairs (fourth day),.

In the afternoon, a peculiar pain occupying a space the size of a crown piece, at first slight, but gradually growing more and more severe.

it was situated about two inches below the lower end of the left scapula, and its character was long, pulsative, undulating stitches, which always caused a jerk through the whole body, and compelled him to hold his breath (as when straining at stool). These stitches recurred at intervals of from a quarter to half an hour, during which time the spot alluded to was sensitive to touch, movement, and deep inspiration, but did not actually give pain. These conditions, however, had no influence on the shooting pain, which always lasted a few minutes. The pain lasted all night, and as it was even felt in sleep, it is manifest that that could not be very tranquil (fifteenth day). The pains continued in all their intensity of yesterday. He felt best when lying on the left side. This posture he endeavored as much as possible to retain during the night, and by carefully avoiding turning in bed, as the pains were thereby immediately aggravated, he passed a pretty good night (sixteenth day). In the evening the pain in the back was more violent than on the previous day. He was often forced to leave off speaking, because the pain took away his breath. This he could stand no longer, so he took Bryonia Bryonia, whereupon the pain declined in a few hours, and by the evening was all gone (seventeenth day),.

Severe pain in the small of the back, extending from the hypochondria over the sacrum into the coccyx, and she felt as if everything would come out at the anus (fourth day).

severe pain in the small of the back, on account of which she loses all power of supporting herself (fifth day).

pain in the small of the back, for three months,.

In the morning, after waking, transient but quite severe pain in the small of the back (ninety-third day).

some pain in the small of the back, in the morning, on awaking (one hundred and first day).

transient pain in the small of the back (one hundred and fourth day).

severe pain in the small of the back (one hundred and twelfth day).

on stooping, severe pain in the small of the back (one hundred and sixteenth day).

severe pain in the small of the back, in the forenoon, when sitting (one hundred and sixty-eighth day),.

Some aching in the small of the back, in the evening (one hundredth day).

sudden, aching pain in the small of the back (one hundred and third day).

severe aching in the small of the back (one hundred and fifth day).

slight aching in the small of the back, in the evening (one hundred and sixth day).

aching pain in the small of the back, felt especially when sitting down and rising up, soon after taking the medicine.

it frequently recurred during the forenoon, particularly when walking, but by noon it was quite gone (one hundred and seventh day).

when rising up and sitting down, aching in the small of the back (one hundred and ninth day).

in the evening, after a short drive, such a severe aching in the small of the back, that it gave him great pain to sit down and to get up again (one hundred and seventeenth day).

an aching pain in the small of the back, which was especially felt when walking and standing, less when sitting (one hundred and thirty-ninth day).

slight aching in the small of the back (one hundred and fifty-sixth day).

aching pain in the small of the back, in the evening, when driving (one hundred and sixty-sixth day).

aching pain in the small of the back, in the afternoon (one hundred sixty-seventh day).

great pain in the small of the back, on awaking (one hundred and seventieth and one hundred and seventy-first days).

severe aching pain in the small of the back, after dinner (one hundred and seventy-second day).

sudden aching pain in the small of the back (two hundred and seventy-sixth day),.

In half an hour, in bed, aching tension at the left side of the small of the back and the hip.

then suddenly sharp cutting pain through the right knee, from the bend to the patella, which alternated after a few minutes with an exactly similar pain from the bend of the left elbow to its apex.

after getting up the pain in the back went off (third day),.

Towards evening, cramp pain in the lumbar and sacral vertebrae, which impeded every motion of the body, lasted until bedtime in the same intensity, and went off during the night.

the pain was not increased by applying pressure to the painful part (fifth day).

towards evening, same crampy pain in vertebrae (sixth day).

the cramp pain had again gone off during the night, but there remained a stiffness in the spine, which made it difficult to lean forward, and compelled him to stretch out the body frequently.

in the evening, again crampy pain in the lumbar and sacral regions, which went off in bed (seventh day).

stiffness of back less tiresome.

crampy pain quite gone (eighth day).

recurrence of sacro-lumbar crampy pain (ninth day).

cramp pain came on at noon, and lasted until late at night (tenth day).

in the evening, moderate crampy pain, which lasted until he fell asleep (at midnight), (eleventh day).

in the evening, moderate amount of tension in the sacrum (twelfth day).

tension in sacrum did not occur (thirteenth day),.

After a time, aching tension in the left sacral region and hip, and in the whole extent of the pelvis, sometimes so violent that the pelvic bones seemed to be separating.

this lasted half an hour (in bed), (first day).

half an hour after the dose (in bed), aching tension in the left sacral region and hip, lasting several minutes, and soon reappearing (second day),.

Violent pain in the left sacro-lumbar region, worse on turning in bed (in half an hour).

in a quarter of an hour, in the left sacro-lumbar region, an excessively violent, aching, tensive pain, as if the muscles were too short.

it spread over the left side of the pelvis to the trochanter, and even involved sympathetically the abdominal muscles above the crest of the left ilium.

this pain lasted as long as he lay on the left side.

on turning it went off instantaneously, but then attacked the same parts on the right side (second day).

about 2 A.M., aching tensive pain in sacro-lumbar region (third day),.

He observed a semilunar furrow about a line in breadth, which extended right across both thumbnails, near their roots. The nail both before and behind this furrow, formed elevations (fifteenth day).

on the nail of the left little finger, furrows similar to those on the thumbnails (nineteenth day).

the furrows on both thumbnails, and on the nails of the left little finger, gradually filled up, and were pushed forward by the growth of the nail, so that after three or four cuttings of the nails no trace of them remained,.

Drawing in the limbs, now here, now there, especially in the right wrist (ninth day). Drawing in the limbs, which never lasted long, and always appeared again in another place (tenth day).

drawing here and there in the limbs, worse in the left calf (eleventh day).

drawing in the thigh, especially when sitting, and sudden drawing in the fingers of both hands during almost all the evening (fifteenth day).

drawing in the right calf, the right thigh, and right thumb (twenty-fifth day).

sudden drawing here and there, in the limbs (twenty-seventh day).

drawing in the fingers of the left hand, and in the right thigh (twenty-ninth day).

during the day, quite frequent drawing on the inside of the left thigh, and once in the right thumb (thirty-second day),.

In the morning, on awaking, aching and full feeling in the scrobiculus and gastric region (third day).

during the day, aching in the pit of the stomach (third day).

in the evening, aching in the pit of the stomach and in the frontal bones (ninth day).

in the morning, aching and weight in the scrobiculus cordis (tenth day).

in the forenoon, aching in the pit of the stomach and the stomach.

returned in a greater degree in the afternoon (twelfth day),.

After breakfast, the rumbling in the bowels ceases and a warm feeling comes in the stomach (forty-fifth day).

awakened by a severe burning and aching pain in the stomach, toward morning.

the pain lasted an hour, diminished after the discharge of a great deal of fetid flatus, and went off completely after a loose evacuation (fifty-sixth day).

burning in the stomach and along the oesophagus up to the fauces, after breakfast (fifty-seventh day),.

Some burning in the stomach after taking medicine (seventy-sixth day).

awakened early by burning contractive pains in the stomach.

the pains lasted an hour.

after they had left he fell asleep again.

the burning pain in the stomach recurred twice in the forenoon in short fits (one hundred and sixth day).

slight burning in the stomach soon after taking the medicine (one hundred and seventh day).

in the morning, after waking, violent burning pain in the gastric region.

when he turned, the pain went from one side to the other, and went off when he got up (one hundred and twelfth day).

burning pain in the stomach, towards morning (one hundred and thirteenth day),.

At noon increased appetite (fifth day).

at noon uncommon appetite, which, however, he did not satisfy, but left the table before he was satiated (sixth day).

good (seventh day). increased rather than diminished, and he relished breakfast, dinner, and supper amazingly (eighth and ninth days).

diminished (tenth day).

dinner taken with considerable appetite (eleventh day).

appetite much increased (thirteenth day).

ate dinner with the best appetite (fourteenth day).

uncommon hunger (twenty-third day),.

Appetite diminished (twelfth and thirteenth days).

little appetite (seventeenth day).

the appetite was diminished, and after taking but a small quantity of food, he had the feeling as if the stomach was overloaded (twenty-sixth day).

appetite diminished, in the forenoon (thirty-first and thirty-third days).

appetite diminished. he ate rather from habit than from necessity (thirty-eighth day).

appetite diminished (forty-eighth day).

little appetite (fifty-second day).

at noon the appetite was very poor, and after eating, there was a troublesome feeling of fulness in the stomach and aching in the scrobiculus cordis (fiftieth and fifty-first days),.

A soft stool, followed by pinching in the umbilical region, recurring by fits.

a second copious fluid stool. The pinching continues, and is sometimes so violent that it impedes the respiration, and compels him to bend double. At noon, a third semifluid stool, followed by diminution of the pinching pains. In the afternoon he is quite well, except a slight pinching which comes on occasionally (one hundred and sixty-first day).

soon after taking the drops, the above described abdominal pains recurred, and in the course of the forenoon, three fluid stools, after which the bellyache declined (one hundred and sixty-second day),.

Fulness and distension of the abdomen, and bearing down towards the colon.

after dinner the bearing down increased (twelfth day).

awoke with fulness of abdomen (twenty-sixth day).

distension of belly, in spite of a great discharge of flatus, smelling of rotten eggs (thirty-second day).

towards noon the abdomen swollen and distended.

about 6 P.M., the abdomen was distended, and a disagreeable feeling of fulness about the anus was experienced (forty-eighth day),.

Distension of the abdomen, after a good stool (sixteenth day).

great tightness and distension of the abdomen, after dinner (thirty-third day).

distension and sinking feeling in the abdomen, for an hour, in the evening (forty-first day).

abdomen somewhat distended, after dinner (forty-second day).

distension and rumbling in the bowels (forty-third day), slight distension of the abdomen (fifty-first day).

distension of the abdomen, lasting an hour, in the afternoon (fifty-third day).

slight distension of the abdomen (seventy-fourth day).

distension of the abdomen, after dinner (eighty-first day).

great distension of the abdomen, after dinner (ninety-seventh and one hundred and first days),.

Rumbling in the bowels soon after taking the medicine (nineteenth day).

rumbling in the bowels (forty-fifth day).

rumbling and pinching in the bowels (forty-ninth day).

much rumbling in the bowels after breakfast (fiftieth day).

rumbling in the bowels after breakfast (fifty-fifth day).

rumbling in the bowels (fifty-first day).

some rumbling and pinching in the bowels after breakfast (sixty-third day),.

Rumbling and gurgling in the bowels soon after taking the medicine (thirty-eighth day).

rumbling in the bowels immediately after taking the medicine (fifty-ninth day).

rumbling in the bowels after breakfast (one hundred and sixth day).

rumbling in the bowels soon after taking the medicine (one hundred and seventh day).

rumbling and rattling in the bowels (one hundred and ninety-ninth and two hundredth days).

much rumbling and rattling in the bowels (two hundred and fourth day).

much rumbling and rattling in the bowels, in the morning (two hundred and forty-second day).

rumbling and rattling in the bowels (two hundred and forty-fourth day),.

About 4 P.M., some griping in the bowels, soon followed by a soft, very fetid evacuation.

a disagreeable feeling of pressure in the umbilical region, and, notwithstanding the expulsion of much flatus with the smell of sulphuretted hydrogen N/A , tympanitic distension of the abdomen (sixteenth day).

the same symptoms, but they came on in the forenoon and persisted during the whole day (seventeenth and following days).

flatulent symptoms decreased (thirty-fifth to thirty-eighth day).

recurred to an excessive extent.

motions were more fluid (after thirty-nine days),.

Two or three times coliclike pinching, followed by discharge of flatus, about noon (eighteenth day).

slight pinching in the bowels with discharge of flatus, causing relief (twenty-second day).

slight grumbling and pinching in the bowels, after breakfast (thirty-sixth day).

coldness and slight pinching in the belly, after dinner (forty-first day).

some pinching in the bowels (fifty-third day).

pinching in the belly, followed by discharge of flatus, with relief, in the evening (fifty-seventh day).

grumbling and pinching in the bowels (sixty-fifth day).

slight pinching and rumbling (eighty-first day),.

At night, when lying on her back, she is troubled with colicky bellyache, with cutting in the sides of the abdomen, and drawing together about the navel (fourth day).

at night, when lying on the back, she is threatened with another attack of colic like yesterday's, but this goes off on turning quickly on to the side.

only some pinching about the navel remains in the changed position.

this, however, goes off gradually after passing a good deal of flatus (fifth day),.

The usual stool delayed, hard, and insufficient (third day).

*in the morning, two diarrhoeic stools (tenth day).

diarrhoea, with pretty severe gripings beneath the navel, accompanied by burning and tenesmus in the anus.

the diarrhoea lasted four days, and there were from four to six motions daily, until on the fifth day there was only one motion (after ten days),.

Costive motions (sixteenth to twentieth day).

motions not so hard, easily passed (twenty-sixth and twenty-seventh days).

soon after eating, copious, loose, yellow motion, accompanied by emission of a great deal of flatus, smelling of sulphuretted hydrogen N/A .

after emptying the mingled urine and faeces out of the utensil, he found a thin sediment, which proved to be Sulphur (thirty-first day).

in the afternoon two, and at night one, liquid evacuations, mixed with mucous shreds, with burning pain in the anus (thirty-second day).

three more liquid stools, followed by constipation for the next three days (thirty-third day).

sudden urgent call to stool, which could scarcely be complied with quickly enough.

diarrhoea now set in, and lasted with equal severity for two days, then gradually declined (thirty-seventh day),.

At 10 A.M., a second stool of normal appearance, in addition to his usual early motion (first day).

at 5.15 A.M., soon after getting up, diarrhoea, yet the faeces are formed, mixed with much mucus, and full of holes.

at noon and in the evening, a diarrhoeic stool, similar to that in the morning (seventh day).

soon after getting up in the morning, and again about noon, a diarrhoeic stool as yesterday.

at 3 P.M., straining at stool, without evacuation, feeling of dryness in the rectum (eighth day).

on rising, in the morning, a diarrhoeic stool as on the previous days.

a similar one at 11 A.M.

the faeces smelt strongly of rotten eggs, and were lighter colored than usual.

at 2 P.M. a liquid stool, smelling of rotten eggs.

after 5 P.M., involuntary discharge, like a diarrhoea, of thin faeces, with great anxiety, followed by perspiration (ninth day).

at 8 A.M., evacuation of a scanty, thin stool, and after dinner, about 2 P.M., an unsatisfactory but formed motion (tenth day).

at 8 A.M., a motion, at first hard, but at last loose, which causes on its passage through the rectum a violent cutting pain.

after dinner a motion (eleventh and twelfth days),.

Three fluid stools (third day).

motions insufficient and of unusual, remarkable hardness (sixth to ninth day).

complete constipation (ninth to fourteenth day).

three diarrhoeic stools, with griping in the bowels, at night (fifteenth day).

gripings increased. during the day three, and at night two quite fluid motions (sixteenth day).

diarrhoea, accompanied by a troublesome tenesmus (seventeenth day).

three loose stools. tenesmus ceased, stool at night less loose (eighteenth day).

diarrhoea ceased (nineteenth day).

stool again very copious (thirty-first and thirty-second days),.

Urgent call to stool, two loose motions (third day).

frequent urgent call to stool (fifth day).

two loose motions (eighth and tenth days).

frequent call to stool.

two motions (thirteenth day).

two liquid motions (sixteenth day).

a loose motion (nineteenth day).

a hard motion (twenty-first day).

loose motion (twenty-second and twenty-sixth days),.

At 9 P.M., thin-shaped but regular stool, followed by about 20 drops of blood.

at 2 P.M., contrary to custom, a second evacuation of faeces, followed by a few drops of blood (twelfth day).

in the morning, after a good motion, several drops of blood.

at noon a rather liquid stool, without blood, but preceded by griping (fifteenth day).

in the forenoon two loose stools (seventeenth day).

in the morning, regular stool.

after luncheon, soft motion (nineteenth day).

loose stool (twentieth day).

two soft stools (twenty-first day),.

Very soft stool and emission of much flatus, smelling of rotten eggs (third and fourth days).

the stool was very soft, and was preceded by griping in the bowels (sixteenth day).

in the evening, a soft stool (twenty-third day).

in the morning, a thin pappy motion (twenty-fourth day).

the consistence of the stools was remarkably diminished during the whole time of proving (after three months),.

A hard, insufficient evacuation, followed by burning and sore feeling in the anus (second day).

in the morning, immediately after getting up, a normal stool, followed by straining and discharge of fluid faeces, and raw pain in the anus (third day).

two loose stools (twenty-first day).

a copious loose motion (twenty-third day).

a copious loose stool, followed by sore pain in the anus.

a second stool, one hour after the first (seventeenth day).

a hard, unsatisfactory stool (thirty-first day).

a copious loose motion (thirty-second day).

a very solid stool, followed by slight burning in the anus (thirty-third day).

a loose stool, in the morning (thirty-fifth day).

a copious soft stool, in the morning (thirty-sixth day).

fluid evacuation, followed by sore feeling in the anus, one hour after breakfast.

a third similar motion, one hour later (thirty-sixth day).

a firm stool (thirty-eighth day).

a firm stool, followed in an hour by a looser motion (thirty-ninth day).

a copious soft stool (fortieth day).

a loose motion, followed by aching in the anus (forty-first day).

a loose stool, followed by burning in the anus.

one hour later a second similar stool (forty-second day).

a loose stool, in the morning.

after breakfast, inclination to go to stool, which, however, soon went off (forty-fourth day).

a loose stool, in the morning, immediately after taking the medicine (forty-fifth day).

a half fluid insufficient stool (forty-sixth day).

a semisolid insufficient stool, one hour after taking the medicine.

about 11 A.M., a second semifluid insufficient motion (forty-ninth day).

a copious loose evacuation (fiftieth day).

a semisolid insufficient stool, in the morning.

a little later, a second semifluid stool, followed by burning in the anus.

in the afternoon, another loose stool, followed, when sitting, by full feeling in the anus, which lasted an hour (fifty-first day).

a soft stool, followed by burning pain in the anus, after getting up (fifty-fourth day).

a loose stool (fifty-fifth day).

an insufficient evacuation, in the morning and afternoon (sixty-second day).

a copious loose evacuation, after getting up (sixty-third day).

half fluid evacuation, one hour after breakfast (sixty-third day).

a soft semifluid stool (sixty-fourth day).

soft stool (sixty-fifth day).

a copious loose stool (sixty-ninth day).

an insufficient motion, about noon (seventy-first day).

a semifluid motion (seventy-third day).

a loose stool (seventy-fourth day).

great bearing down in the anus, in the afternoon and evening (seventy-seventh day).

copious stool (eighty-first day).

in the forenoon, a loose stool, with great relief to the abdomen (eighty-second day).

a very costive stool, with congestion of blood to head (eighty-fifth day).

a copious loose motion, after getting up.

after dinner, another loose motion (eighty-sixth day).

in the morning, such a sudden call to stool that he had scarcely time to reach the closet.

the faeces were nearly black, loose, viscid, greasy, and had a pungent odor of sulphuretted hydrogen N/A (eighty-eighth day).

two copious stools, in the morning (ninety-fifth day).

a copious loose stool (ninety-eighth day).

a loose stool, followed by aching and burning in the anus (one hundred and third day).

a copious loose stool (one hundred and ninth day).

a copious loose stool, in the forenoon (one hundred and eleventh day).

a copious loose stool, in the morning (one hundred and twelfth day).

a loose motion, in the morning, and soon afterwards, when sitting, bearing down and burning in the anus.

an hour afterwards, a loose motion, followed by same sensation in the anus (one hundred and nineteenth day),.

Although he had had a normal stool, in the morning, yet after dinner a second, of good consistence, occurred, a most unusual thing with him (first day).

a copious evacuation, in the morning (third day).

a copious loose stool, in the morning (fourth day).

a quite copious loose evacuation, followed by slight burning in the anus (fifth day).

in the morning, a stool passed in small lumps (eighth day).

a semifluid stool, in the morning (fifteenth day).

in the morning and afternoon, a loose evacuation (twentieth day).

a loose motion (twenty-third day).

a copious loose stool (twenty-fifth day).

in the morning, a loose motion (twenty-ninth day).

a copious evacuation, with some burning pain in the anus (thirtieth day).

after breakfast, a semifluid evacuation (thirty-second day).

after dinner, a second loose evacuation (thirty-fourth day).

during the day two loose stools (thirty-eighth day).

in the forenoon, two loose motions (forty-first day).

in the morning, a copious, tough smeary evacuation (forty-third day).

a semifluid evacuation (forty-seventh and forty-eighth days).

a soft stool (fifty-ninth day).

a semifluid stool (sixty-third day).

a copious stool, with severe burning in the anus (one hundred and third day).

two fluid stools (one hundred and fifth day).

a semifluid stool (one hundred and ninth day).

an insufficient, difficult stool, with feeling of distension in the abdomen (one hundred and eleventh day).

a copious loose motion after getting up (one hundred and thirteenth day).

a loose stool (one hundred and fifteenth day).

a fluid stool (one hundred and nineteenth day).

two semifluid stools (one hundred and twenty-first day).

two loose motions, in the forenoon (one hundred and twenty-third day).

a copious fluid stool (one hundred and twenty-seventh, one hundred and twenty-ninth, one hundred and thirtieth, and one hundred and thirty-sixth days).

a semifluid stool (one hundred and thirty-eighth day).

two loose stools (one hundred and thirty-ninth day).

a soft stool (one hundred and fortieth day).

in the afternoon, at an unusual hour, a copious semifluid evacuation (one hundred and forty-second day).

three semifluid stools, during the day (one hundred and fifty-third day).

two loose stools, in the forenoon (one hundred and fifty-fourth day).

a copious semifluid stool (one hundred and fifty-seventh day).

at drawn, after severe pinching, a copious stool.

a second stool about 8 A.M.

at noon a third, and in the afternoon a fourth fluid stool (one hundred and sixty-first day).

three fluid stools, in the forenoon (one hundred and sixty-second day).

two copious semifluid stools, in the morning (one hundred and sixty-third day).

a copious fluid stool, without griping, in the morning (one hundred and sixty-fifth day).

an insufficient, rather hard stool, in the morning (one hundred and sixty-sixth day).

a consistent stool, without pain (one hundred and sixty-seventh day).

a firm stool (one hundred and sixty-eighth day).

two loose stools, in the morning (one hundred and seventy-ninth day).

a copious loose stool (one hundred and eighty-fourth day).

a copious evacuation (one hundred and eighty-eighth day).

a semifluid stool (one hundred and ninety-fifth day).

a loose motion (two hundred and fourth day).

two loose stools, in the morning (two hundred and twenty-ninth day).

a loose stool, in the morning (two hundred and thirty-fifth day).

in the morning, a loose stool, followed by pretty severe burning in the anus, for some time (two hundred and forty-second day).

a semifluid stool, followed by burning in the anus, in the morning (two hundred and fifty-seventh day).

in the morning, a loose stool, followed in a few minutes by burning in the anus, lasting half an hour.

frequent stool (two hundred and seventy-seventh day).

a loose stool, in the morning, followed by burning in the anus (two hundred and seventy-eighth day),.

Bowels very sluggish, and some days not at all moved (third to twelfth day).

loose motion (twelfth and thirteenth days).

had not his usual motion of the bowels, in the morning (fourteenth day).

after passing a hard stool, all the symptoms diminished (fifteenth day).

fecal evacuation far from normal, and sometimes ceased altogether.

the fecal matter was sometimes firm, sometimes relaxed (seventeenth to twenty-third day).

ineffectual straining at stool (twenty-third day).

hard stool about noon (twenty-fourth day).

inefficient call to stool (twenty-fifth day).

in the morning, after much straining and effort, a motion, at first hard and afterwards loose.

awoke with urgent but ineffectual call to stool (twenty-sixth day).

in the morning, urgent but ineffectual call to stool (twenty-seventh day).

after dinner, a hard stool, followed by sore feeling at the anus (twenty-eighth day).

in the morning, ineffectual urging at stool (twenty-ninth day).

in the evening, after much straining, a firm motion, accompanied by rigor and cold feeling in the limbs (thirtieth day).

in the forenoon, after much effort, a hard stool (thirty-first day).

annoying but ineffectual urging to stool, in the afternoon.

at night, after much effort, an unsatisfactory stool, with increased emission of urine (thirty-second day).

troublesome and ineffectual urging to stool (thirty-third day).

evacuation, after great effort (thirty-fourth day).

in the morning, urging to stool, and after much effort, an insufficient hard motion.

after eating, recurrence of the urging to stool, and after much straining a soft formed evacuation (thirty-eighth day).

in the morning, call to stool, but ineffectual, as nothing but flatus came away.

it was only towards noon that, after much straining, a formed soft motion was passed (forty-first day).

motions very irregular (forty-first to forty-seventh day).

urging to stool. after the greatest straining, passed a scanty, soft, formed stool.

towards noon, after much effort, another loose stool (forty-eighth day).

after much effort, a hard motion.

woke after midnight, with very urgent but ineffectual call to stool (fiftieth and fifty-first days).

two soft formed stools (fifty-second and fifty-third days),.

During the day, three soft formed evacuations, after great effort (second day).

after getting up, after much effort, a soft, formed, insufficient stool.

in the evening, a very troublesome but ineffectual call to stool (fourth and fifth days).

during the day, two soft formed stools (sixth day).

violent but ineffectual call to stool, in the morning.

towards noon, after a painful effort, there occurred a scanty motion.

the faeces were firm, and of a blackish-brown color (tenth day).

in the morning, call to stool, and only after a great effort, an insufficient evacuation of a dark, hard mass (eleventh day).

in the morning, a motion after much straining.

in the evening, call to stool, and with great effort, evacuation of hard, dark-colored faeces (twelfth, thirteenth, and fourteenth days),.

No stool (third and sixth days).

an evacuation of the bowels (seventh day).

half an hour after taking the medicine, a motion, at first consistent, afterwards liquid.

about noon a diarrhoeic evacuation (seventeenth day).

a diarrhoeic stool, at 7.30 (eighteenth day).

no stool (nineteenth and twentieth days).

frequent ineffectual call to stool.

in the afternoon, a very hard evacuation (twenty-first day).

in the morning, fruitless call to stool (twenty-ninth day),.

No stool (seventh day).

in the morning, a loose stool.

about 5 P.M., another loose evacuation (twentieth day).

a loose motion, in the morning (twenty-first day).

a very liquid evacuation, in the morning (twenty-second day).

irregularity of the bowels, sometimes there was no motion, or they were moved later than usual (after thirty-five days).

no motion (forty-first day).

in the morning, a hard, inefficient motion, which, on its passage through the anus, causes burning-shooting pains there (forty-second day),.

In the morning, an insufficient motion, followed by burning in the anus, which teased me all day (tenth day).

an unsatisfactory stool, in the forenoon (eleventh day).

insufficient motions (twelfth to fourteenth day).

a scanty evacuation, in the morning (fifteenth day).

an insufficient lumpy motion, which, on its passage through the rectum, caused a burning pain there, in the morning (twenty-sixth day).

a hard scanty motion, in the afternoon (twenty-seventh day).

a lumpy insufficient stool, in the forenoon (thirtieth day).

a hard unsatisfactory motion, with burning in the rectum, in the afternoon (thirty-first day),.

No motion of the bowels (fourth day).

a motion, but it was so hard that she could only get rid of it by pressing strongly, whereby the anus felt sore, and the evacuation was covered with blood (fifth day).

frequent call to stool.

nothing passed but a few drops of dark blood, accompanied by burning in the anus (sixth day).

in the afternoon, when walking, a clot of blood slipped out of the anus (seventh day).

there remained, for a long time afterwards, derangements of the evacuations, as regards both the time of their occurrence and their appearance.

they were always hard and lumpy, and often accompanied by burning in the anus,.

An unsatisfactory hard stool, in the forenoon (sixth day).

no stool (seventh day).

an unsatisfactory stool, after a good deal of effort (eighth day).

no stool (ninth day). an unsatisfactory stool, after much effort, in the afternoon (twelfth day).

no stool (fourteenth day).

unsatisfactory stools, and sometimes constipation of several days' duration (till twenty-first day),.

No stool (sixth day). after great straining, an evacuation (seventh day).

no stool (eighth, ninth, and tenth days).

call to stool, and after much effort, an evacuation (eleventh day).

no stool (twelfth day).

bowels moved (thirteenth day).

no stool (fourteenth day).

motion, with great effort (fifteenth day).

no stool (sixteenth day).

bowels moved every other day, without effort, and motion moderately firm (after twenty-five days).

regular (after thirty-eight days),.

About noon, the bowels having been constipated for two days, fruitless call to stool (third day).

in the afternoon, after violent straining and cutting in the anus, a scanty evacuation, and afterwards a sensation as if the mucous membrane were pressed out (fourth day).

constipation had lasted three days, whereupon he took a cold-water enema, which produced an evacuation (eighth day),.

Since morning, two alvine evacuations, one of them hard and difficult.

at 9 P.M., a third evacuation, without consistence (seventh day).

no stool (eighth day).

constipation (ninth day).

hard difficult stool (tenth day).

two soft stools, in the morning (eleventh day).

no stool (twelfth day).

stool difficult and very knotty (thirteenth day).

*difficult stool, on rising (fourteenth day),.

On the forty-second day haemorrhoidal complaints set in, which at first attained a great degree of severity, and then gradually subsided.

they lasted fully three weeks. They consisted of the appearance of a large pile, which caused a violent burning pain on walking, on being touched, and especially when at stool.

sometimes very painful shoots darted out of it through the anus, and in the first days always a little blood was passed at stool,.

In the forenoon, when sitting, burning and aching in the anus, which lasted an hour.

after dinner, flying shoots in the same part (first day).

some burning in the anus, in the morning while sitting (seventh day).

burning in the anus, in the morning after a good stool (eighth day).

great burning and sore feeling in the anus, lasting half an hour, at noon when sitting.

in the afternoon, after stool when sitting, the forcing and the pain in the anus occurs in fits.

sometimes more, sometimes less severe (sixty-second day).

feeling of heat in the anus (sixty-fifth day).

when sitting, a peculiar sensation of increased heat in the anus, and a feeling as if a foreign body were there (seventy-second day).

burning pains in the anus, in the evening when sitting (seventy-fourth day),.

At noon, burning pain in the anus, especially troublesome when sitting (eighth day).

much burning in the anus, when sitting after walking (one hundred and sixty-third day).

burning in the anus for a considerable time, after a good stool (two hundred and fiftieth day).

burning in the anus after a hard stool (two hundred and fifty-ninth day),.

Constant bearing down towards the anus (sixteenth day).

bearing down towards the anus (seventeenth and thirtieth days).

towards noon, bearing down towards the anus, itching shoots in the anus (fortieth day).

bearing down towards the anus, (forty-first and forty-eight days).

violent bearing down towards the anus, soon after dinner (fiftieth and fifty-first days),.

Bearing down in the anus, as if at stool (second day).

while sitting, great bearing down and sore feeling in the anus, which became so bad an hour that he could scarcely sit.

but it went off after dinner (fifth day).

great bearing down in the anus, soon after taking the medicine.

bearing down in the anus, in the evening when sitting (seventh day).

quite severe bearing down, and some fine shoots in the anus, lasting an hour, about noon when sitting (seventeenth day).

a painful forcing down, and some bearing down and flying shoots in the anus (twenty-third day).

some bearing down and flying shoots in the anus (twenty-eight day).

forcing down and aching in the anus, at noon. This feeling went off completely when walking, in the afternoon, but came back again when sitting, in the evening, but only in fits, for it went off the next instant (thirty-first day).

bearing down in the anus, at noon (thirty-third day).

bearing down in the anus (forty-first day).

bearing down in the anus, in the forenoon when sitting (fifty-fourth day).

bearing down in the anus, at noon when sitting (fifty-fifth day).

bearing down in the anus, in the evening when sitting (fifty-sixth day).

quite severe bearing down, and some fine shoots in the anus, in the forenoon while sitting (fifty-eighth day).

considerable forcing down in the anus, which, as usual, suddenly went off, and after a time recurred, at noon when sitting (sixtieth day).

forcing and sore feeling in the anus, at noon when sitting (sixty-third day).

quite severe bearing down and burning in the anus, after dinner (sixty-fifth day).

fits of bearing down in the anus, in the evening (seventy-sixth day).

when sitting, bearing down in the anus, which came on in fits, and again went off, but did not finally cease till 9 P.M. (seventy-first day).

bearing down in anus (eighty-first day).

great bearing down in the anus, in the evening when sitting (eighty-sixth day).

great bearing down and burning in the anus for an hour, at noon (eighty-eighth day).

some fulness and bearing down in the anus, but in a much less degree than on the previous days, after dinner (ninety-third day).

sudden bearing down in the anus, in the forenoon while sitting (one hundredth day).

some bearing down in the anus, at noon (one hundred and second day).

severe bearing down in the anus, in the evening, when sitting (one hundred and ninth day).

one hour after loose stool, fulness, and bearing down in the anus (one hundred and eleventh day).

severe bearing down in the anus, in the forenoon (one hundred and thirteenth day).

bearing down in the anus, lasting an hour, in the forenoon (one hundred and fifteenth day).

very severe bearing down in the anus, not lasting long, at noon when sitting (one hundred and sixteenth day),.

Forcing down in the anus, after sitting (first day).

about noon, some forcing down in the anus, which afterwards became very painful when sitting, and was accompanied by single shoots.

it went off on rising up and taking a few turns in the room (third day).

quite severe bearing down in the anus, in the forenoon when sitting (fourth day).

bearing down in the anus, especially when sitting (several day).

severe bearing down in the anus (eighth day).

after breakfast, severe burning in the anus, and rumbling in the bowels (thirteenth day).

a loose motion followed by severe burning in the anus (eighteenth day).

at noon when sitting, great bearing down in the anus (twenty-fourth day).

at noon when sitting, slight bearing down in the anus (twenty-sixth day).

at noon, some bearing down in the anus (twenty-eighth day).

at noon when sitting, great bearing down and burning in the anus (thirtieth day).

some bearing down in the anus, when sitting (forty-first day).

at noon, some bearing down in the anus (forty-fifth day).

at noon, sudden painful bearing down in the anus (ninety-first day).

sudden violent forcing down in the anus (on hundred and fiftieth day).

great bearing down in the anus, in the afternoon, for two hours (two hundred and sixty-ninth day),.

Frequent straining and aching in the anus, towards noon when sitting (third day).

aching and forcing down in the anus, after a good stool (nineteenth day).

aching in the anus, and a feeling as if there was a pile there, which, however, is not the case, at noon while sitting (twenty-seventh day).

great aching and bearing down in the anus, lasting one hour, at noon.

it goes off quickly, but after awhile returns (thirtieth day).

the aching and bearing down in the anus recurs in fits like yesterday, in the evening when sitting (thirty-second day).

quite severe aching in the anus, at noon (thirty-fifth day).

slight aching in the anus when sitting, at noon (thirty-sixth day).

aching in the anus, at noon when sitting (fortieth day).

aching in the anus after waking, in the evening (forty-second day),.

The nitrogenous constituents of the urine were decidedly increased after the use of Sulphur.

the Urea urea rose from 31 grams to 42 grams.

the uric acid rose from 0.3 to 1.2 grams.

the quantity of mucus was about doubled. In another case the Urea urea rose from 25 to 27 grams.

the uric acid from 0.6 to 0.8.

mucus from 0.2 to 5.4 in spite of increased evacuation from the bowels. In another case the Urea urea rose from 23 to 25 grams.

the stable salts, earthy phosphates, unstable salts, and extractives sometimes increased, sometimes diminished,.

On the 22d of December, 1845, I examined the urine passed in the evening, in regard to its chemical constituents.

It had a very pale white-wine color, and almost the appearance of so-called spastic urine.

when first passed, and after standing some time, it was equally pure and clear, and had a specific gravity of 1018, that is, less than normal.

a marked acid reaction.

an increased quantity of uric acid.

a smaller quantity of nitrate of Urea urea than normal.

earthy phosphates increased.

a large quantity of sulphates.

a normal quantity of chlorides.

phosphate of soda in large quantity.

uroxanthin diminished.

The morning and evening urine of the 23d of December had a specific gravity of 1015 and 1016, little ammonia, much free uric acid, and nearly a normal proportion of sulphates.

The urine examined on the 24th of December had a specific gravity of 1021, that of the 28th of December, 1010, and that of the 31st of December, 1021.

As regards their constituents, however, they exactly agree with the urine of the 22d of December.

The urine passed in the morning of the 7th of January, 1846, was of a dark-sherry color, clear, deposited no sediment, had a strong acid reaction, and a specific gravity of 1017.

The earthy phosphates, sulphates and uric acid were increased, the chlorides normal, the Urea urea lessened.

The morning urine of the 8th of January was pale bright-yellow, clear, without sediment, acid; it had a specific gravity of 1020.

The earthy phosphates, the sulphates, the phosphate of soda, and the uric acid were increased, the chlorides normal.

The morning urine of the 9th of January was pale-sherry color, clear, without sediment, specific gravity 1021.

The uric acid and all the salts increased, only the chlorides normal, the uroxanthin abundant, the Urea urea diminished.

The morning urine of the 14th of January had a specific gravity of 1019; the sulphates and the uric acid were very abundant.

The morning urine of the 15th of January had a specific gravity of 1023, and a great deal of uroxanthin; otherwise similar to that of the previous day.

From the 20th to 31st of January I made almost daily quantitative and qualitative analyses of the urine.

The morning urine was usually of a pale-sherry color, clear, and without sediment; the urine passed after dinner, or in the evening, was dark-sherry color.

The specific gravity on the 20th was 1015, and the following five days 1022.

It had generally a strong acid reaction.

abundance of uroxanthin.

the Urea urea, was a rule, diminished, the chlorides generally normal, the earthy phosphates somewhat increased, the phosphates of soda and sulphates much increased.

the uric acid was deposited in much greater quantity than in the normal state, but was of very loose texture, and hence a large quantity weighed very little.

Thus the urine of the 22d of January contained in 1000 parts 943.6 of water, and 56.4 of solid constituents, and among the latter uric acid formed only the 0.365th part.

The urine of the 21st January contained in 1000 parts 949.6 of water, and 50.4 of solid constituents, of which the sulphates formed the 0.65th part.

The urine on the 28th of January was also of a bright-yellow color, clear, without sediment, strongly acid, its specific gravity 1016, but otherwise resembled that of the previous days.

The qualitative analysis showed in 1000 parts 961.6 of water, and 38.4 of solid constituents.

The uric acid was abundant.

I took 22 grams of urine, precipitated the sulphates, and obtained 0.14 parts of sulphate of potash, which, consequently, in the proportion of 1000 parts showed the presence of the considerable quantity of 5.6 parts.

On heating recently emitted urine in an ammonia apparatus, the vapor arising tinged the litmus-paper blue, and the same reaction took place on adding Causticum caustic potash, which expelled the ammonia.

Thus for three days there was free ammonia in my urine, which does not and should not occur in normal urine, and is to be ascribed to the action of the Sulphur.

The urine of the 29th, 30th, and 31st of January was of a dark-sherry color, clear, and without sediment, had a specific gravity of 1018, 1019, and was not changed by heat.

the Urea urea was as usual small in quantity, the chlorides normal, the earthy phosphates abundant, the sulphates, and the phosphate of soda very copious.

The uric acid, which was deposited in great quantity, was combined with ammonia.

In the urine of the 30th and 31st of January were traces of iron; there can be no doubt that it came from the blood by a peculiar process of excretion, probably induced by the excess of Sulphur,.

He felt as if the urine was retained by contraction of the sphincter muscle of the bladder, although it seemed as if it must come away in consequence of the pressure on the bladder, and yet only a short time previously he had emptied his bladder.

the same sensation in the anus (third day).

the pressure on bladder and anus continue all day long, although he had a normal stool at noon (fourth day).

pressure on bladder and anus have almost disappeared (seventh day),.

Frequent sudden call to make water.

increased flow of dark-colored urine (sixteenth day).

frequent urination, the urine the color of sherry wine (twenty-fourth day).

urinary secretion increased, urine of a bright-yellow color (twenty-fifth day).

urine of a bright color, was passed in considerable quantity.

in the night, great flow of water, after which the symptoms diminished (twenty-sixth day).

frequent emission of urine the color of sherry (thirty-first day).

frequent and increased emission of urine (thirty-second day).

in the morning, urine larger in quantity than usual, of a light-sherry color, and sp. gr. 1019.

in the evening, urine discharged in greater quantity than usual, had the color of white wine, and a sp. gr. of 1015 (thirty-eighth day).

the urine passed after eating, in small quantity, had the color of dark sherry, and a sp. gr. of 1026 (fortieth day).

in the morning, urine passed in considerable quantity, had a dark-sherry wine color, and a sp. gr. of 1008 (fifty-first day),.

Some difficulty in urinating (sixty-seventh day).

dysuria. it required an effort to empty the bladder (seventy-eighth day).

the urine passed in the morning did not flow in a full stream, but by jerks (eighty-eighth day).

the urine flows in the morning in a weaker stream than usual (ninety-first day).

the urine is passed in a slow interrupted stream (ninety-third day).

the urine flows in a weaker stream than usual (one hundred and ninety-ninth and two hundredth days),.

Sore feeling, burning, and smarting on the glans and inner surface of the prepuce, which parts are somewhat reddened (fifth and sixth days).

a small pimple on the glans (sixth day). Respecting his sensations from the 5th to the 28th of August, during which time he took no medicine he says "The itching and smarting on the prepuce and glans continued to increase.

it is with the greatest difficulty I can refrain from scratching and rubbing.

the pimple on the glans is gone. During this time, the skin of the prepuce desquamated.

the inflammation extended along the whole penis to the pubes.

the itching and smarting were very violent and tiresome. The desquamation of the epidermis, which recurred every six or seven days, lasted several months,".

At night, he awoke with violent shooting pains in the lower third of the left shoulderblade, much aggravated by movements, but also so violent when quite quiet that he could not sleep all night (tenth day).

in the morning, these pains extended further upwards, towards the upper part of the scapula.

whence they spread to the muscles of the nape and the left ear, and were worse when moving or turning the neck.

they were less violent than in the night, and not so distinctly shooting, more drawing and tearing.

they diminished gradually during the day, so that he thought he had quite lost them, but in this he was mistaken, for at night, in the warmth of the bed, they returned with renewed violence.

at last he fell asleep, but on account of the pains he passed a very restless night.

he had never before experienced anything similar (eleventh day).

in the morning, one hour after getting up, the pain in the left shoulder declined, and gave but little annoyance during the day.

the pain in the left shoulder continued in a slight degree, but did not much disturb the night's rest (twelfth day).

in the morning, in bed, he experienced the pain in the left scapula, but less violent than before, and nearer the joint.

it lasted all day, and ceased towards evening (sixteenth day),.

A drawing in the right forearm, near the elbow, which went like a stream of air or a breath over the part, and caused a feeling of paralysis (after one hour).

drawing as on the previous day, but this time in the tibia, accompanied by a sensation in the small of the back as if a cool breath passed over it from without (although he was carefully wrapped up in his dressing gown), (a quarter of an hour after dose, fourth day).

a similar drawing near the right wrist and little finger and back of the hand (fourth day).

the above mentioned peculiar, frequently recurring drawing pain was occasionally present and very persistent (the first twenty-six days),.

Late in the evening, a peculiar pain occurred in the left hand, which began on the articular end of the ulna, and extended to the phalanx of the index finger.

its seat appears to be in the bone.

it is burning, gnawing, increased by touch, and lasts till he goes to sleep (sixty-ninth day).

in the morning, after waking, the pain again came into the left hand.

it was, however, not so bad as yesterday, but it became very severe after dinner, especially when the finger was touched, and went off in the evening after exercise (seventieth day),.

In the evening, when walking, very severe drawing pains in both thighs (forty-second day). In the morning, when walking, such violent drawing pains, especially in the right thigh, that I had often to stop, and could not walk without limping. These pains lasted all the evening, even when sitting, and only once went off, for a few minutes, to give place to a paralytic pain in the left forearm (forty-third day). The pain in the right thigh lasted all the forenoon.

it is certainly not so bad as yesterday, but still bad enough to make me limp, when commencing to walk, when it is always worse. Judging by the feeling, this pain was deeply seated in the thigh. In the afternoon I had no painful sensation, though I had walked a great deal (forty-fourth day),.

In the morning and throughout the day, drawing pains in the right gluteal muscles and the muscles of the upper third of the right thigh, when walking, and especially when stooping (twenty-second day).

drawing pains stronger (twenty-third day).

drawing pains also extended to left thigh (twenty-fourth day).

drawing pains in thighs gone (twenty-sixth day),.

Towards evening, such violent drawing, tension, and bruised feeling on the whole anterior surface of the right thigh, that he could scarcely walk, and then only limping much.

the pain is somewhat increased by pressure (fifteenth day).

the pains in the thigh as yesterday.

in the forenoon, when walking, these pains go off considerable, but reappear at noon, when sitting.

immediately afterwards, cold feeling in both thighs, as if a cold air blew over them.

in the afternoon, when sitting, the pains in the right thigh were very violent.

they afterwards diminished, when walking, but recurred in the evening in a high degree of intensity, and occasionally disturbed his sleep at night (sixteenth day),.

Drawing backwards in the left thigh, especially in its middle, in the evening (twenty-fifth day).

the drawing pain recurred in the morning, immediately after getting up.

it is sometimes very severe, when walking, especially on commencing to walk, and also when sitting it went off entirely, but immediately returned, if I only took a few steps (twenty-sixth day),.

At night, before falling asleep, shooting in the left thigh, in the direction of the crural nerve, for more than half an hour (thirty-seventh day).

in the morning, on awaking, the pain in the left thigh recurred more violently than the preceding night.

it was conjoined with great weakness, almost approaching to paralysis, but it was relieved by getting up, and went off in the course of the day.

at night, traces of pain in the thigh (thirty-eighth day).

traces at night (thirty-ninth day),.

In the morning, when walking in the open air, an aching-shooting pain on the whole of the right knee.

when sitting, slight numbness and warmth in the knee. (This pain was exactly similar to that of a periostisis he had suffered from three years before, in consequence of a severe fall). In the afternoon, the pain was scarcely felt, when walking (seventh day). In the morning, after awaking, very violent pains in the lower parts of the knee-joints. When he went out, after taking about one hundred steps, he had two cracks in his patella, and boring pains in it.

he finds it particularly difficult to go upstairs (eighth day). The affection of the joint lasted, with slight remissions, nearly a month,.

Some burning in the right leg, in the morning, and recurrence of it in the evening, after some exercise (forty-third day).

in the morning, some burning on the right leg (sixty-first day).

burning on the right leg, in the morning, after rising (sixty-fourth and one hundred and first days).

severe burning on the right leg (one hundred and seventh day).

slight burning of the right leg, in the morning (one hundred and seventeenth day).

burning on the right leg (one hundred and twenty-fifth day).

severe burning on the right leg, in the morning (one hundred and thirtieth day).

slight burning on the right leg (one hundred and thirty-ninth day).

severe burning in the right leg (two hundredth day).

slight burning on the right leg (two hundred and thirty-ninth day).

burning on the right leg (two hundred and forty-seventh day).

severe burning in the right leg (two hundred and fifty-fourth day).

burning in the right leg, in the morning (two hundred and fifty-fifth day).

severe burning and tension in the right leg, in the afternoon, when sitting (two hundred and fifty-eighth day).

burning pain in the right leg (two hundred and fifty-ninth, two hundred and sixtieth, two hundred and seventy-fourth, and two hundred and seventy-fifth days),.

Tearing, with sticking back and forth from the calves to the toes, in the evening, while standing and sitting down.

the foot jerks inward, with a tremulous sensation in the whole body, heaviness and tearing in the whole of the back, chilliness, without thirst, with red cheeks, without heat.

afterwards it affected the pit of the stomach, a tension and constriction under the ribs, with oppressed respiration, and many stitches in the whole chest and upper abdomen,.

In the evening, violent tensive pain in the left tendo Achillis (second day).

the pain in the tendo Achillis, which was completely subdued during the night, returned in the morning with increased intensity, was especially bad when at rest, and relieved by walking, and perfectly resembled the gouty symptoms he had suffered from years previously (third day),.

For some days past he had noticed traces of blood on his sock, which proceeded from a haemorrhage below the nail of the little toe.

no pain attends it (ninety-first day).

during the day, much blood comes from beneath the nail of the left little toe (ninety-second day).

more blood has been discharged from under the nail of the left little toe (one hundred and seventh day),.

During the whole day, especially when walking, a feeling of tension in the metatarsal bone of the left great toe, and in the toe itself (twelfth day).

the pain in the dorsum of the left foot was present all day long, and was also present at night (thirteenth day).

pain in a less degree (fourteenth day).

pain in foot gone (fifteenth day),.

Sleeplessness, at night, lasting for half an hour, at a time, without excitement or troublesome thoughts. It was quite simple, as though the sleep had been cut off (first night).

frequent waking. sleep not refreshing, more like half slumber, disturbed by vivid dreams of the ordinary occupations (fifth night).

sleep disturbed by vivid connected dreams of events that had happened long ago (eighth night),.

*Sleep disturbed. waking up at 4 A.M., and inability to fall asleep again, which had never before happened (sixth day).

at night slept quite tranquilly, but again awoke at 4 A.M., was quite wide awake and did not fall asleep again (seventh day).

night quiet, but woke at 4 A.M. and remained awake (eighth day).

fell asleep about 9.30 P.M. (nearly two hours earlier than usual), slept quietly and uninterruptedly, but woke at 4 A.M. (ninth day).

went to bed at midnight, soon fell asleep, and slept quietly, but awoke soon after 4 A.M. and remained awake (tenth day).

sleep quiet and uninterrupted until 4 A.M. precisely, when he awoke, but after lying awake for half an hour again fell asleep until near 7 A.M. (eleventh day).

night's rest frequently disturbed, and slept no more after 4 A.M. (twelfth day).

awoke at 4.15 A.M., but afterwards fell asleep for half an hour longer (thirteenth day).

sleep twice interrupted.

itching in eye present.

awoke in morning at usual time, viz., about 6 o'clock (fourteenth day).

night tranquil, woke at usual hour, about 6 o'clock (fifteenth day).

although he did not go to bed earlier than usual (forty-seventh night, not till 1 A.M.), he became quite wide awake exactly as the clock struck 4, and only two of these nights could he again fall asleep (fortieth, forty-first, forty-second, forty-seventh and forty-eighth days),.

*Disagreeable dreams, with starting (second night).

vivid disturbing dreams.

woke at 3 A.M. and could not fall asleep again (third night).

waking at 3 A.M. (fourth night).

night more tranquil. sleep better (fifth night).

many dreams. he lay awake two hours (tenth night).

awoke early in the morning and lay awake two hours (thirteenth day).

at night, restless sleep, frequent waking (thirty-second day).

night's rest disturbed by lively dreams (thirty-fourth day),.

vivid anxious dreams, frequent waking, and difficulty of falling asleep again (fourteenth night).

vivid amorous dreams (fifteenth day).

sleep disturbed by vivid dreams (twenty-fifth night).

very heavy sleep disturbed by dreams (twenty-sixth day).

vivid dreams and uncommon sexual excitement (twenty-eighth night).

night's rest disturbed by many vivid dreams (twenty-eighth and twenty-ninth days).

many dreams, hence restless sleep and frequent awaking, each time with the feeling of weight and dulness in the sinciput (thirtieth night).

many vivid lascivious dreams (thirty-first night).

many vivid dreams, restless sleep (thirty-seventh night).

many disturbing dreams.

waking about midnight, and remaining long awake (fortieth night).

many disturbing dreams and frequent waking, with pains round the navel (forty-seventh night).

after midnight, woke in fright, caused by a dream (fiftieth night),.

*Sleep disturbed by many vivid dreams.

frequent awaking, with disagreeable itching on several parts of the skin (first night).

restless sleep, frequent awaking (second night).

it was long before he fell asleep, at length he did so, but in an hour he woke up again, and was unable to fall asleep again before 4 A.M. (third night).

in the morning, short sleep disturbed by confused dreams.

night's rest disturbed by many dreams (fourth and fifth days).

restless, dreamful sleep (ninth night).

about midnight he awoke and could not fall asleep again for a long time (tenth night).

rest was disturbed by many vivid dreams, frequent awaking, with great restlessness and excitement (eleventh night).

voluptuous dreams and seminal emission (twelfth night).

restlessness, at night, with vivid dreams (fifteenth day),.

At noon, again occurred the usual shivering, as if after exposure to a draft of air, with blueness of the nails and gooseskin, at first on the outside of both arms, then on the back down to the sacrum, and lastly on the abdomen, where it felt as if he were stroked across with something cold. It was lessened by the heat of the fire, increased by movement, and it was accompanied by the following symptoms.

weariness, paleness of the face, which has a suffering expression, pains in the middle of the upper arms, and of the thighs and legs, as if the bones were broken, and pains shooting through the outside of the feet. Al these symptoms, although they occurred at noon, did not in the least interfere with the prover's appetite.

on the contrary, he ate his food with great relish (second and third days),.

About 11 P.M., on going to bed, rigor in bed, and aching on the right side of the vertex, lasting until he went to sleep.

it recurred the next morning, on awaking, and lasted an hour (first day).

rigor returned, in the evening, in bed (second day).

rigor not removable by heat of fire.

the nails blue, the face pale, the head giddy and heavy.

this rigor never lasted long, but it constantly recurred, especially on moving, also after swallowing the saliva, and it was attended with a sensation as if the bones of the upper arm were broken.

feeling of coldness, as from a draft of air, diagonally across the abdomen above the navel (third day),.

At night, perspiration all over the body, especially on the right leg (one hundred and fourth day).

at night, profuse sweat over the whole body, especially on the right leg (one hundred and tenth day).

at night, moderate sweat on the whole body (one hundred and eleventh day).

at night, profuse perspiration, especially on the right leg (one hundred and forty-third day).

at night, profuse perspiration all over the body, especially the right leg (one hundred and fourteenth day).

at night, perspiration over the whole body, especially the right leg (one hundred and seventy-seventh day),.

Very profuse perspiration on the hands and feet.

this local sweat, during this and the following days, was always clammy, and only occurred during the day (twenty-fourth day).

local sweats continue, especially in the feet, so that he must change his stockings, which are wet through (twenty-fifth day).

the local perspirations appear in a diminished degree, during the first four days, and go off gradually during the next three (twenty-sixth to thirty-second day).

an inconsiderable perspiration in the axilla (thirty-fifth to forty-fifth day),.

Profuse sweat on the right leg, at 5 A.M. (sixty-seventh day).

legs quite wet with perspiration, in the morning (seventy-ninth day).

some sweat on the legs, at night (eighty-second and eighty-third days).

much perspiration on the right leg (eighty-ninth day).

at night, severe perspiration on both legs (ninety-second day).

sweat on the right leg (ninety-seventh day).

much sweat on the right leg, at night (one hundred and seventh day).

profuse sweat on both legs, at night (one hundred and twelfth day),.

On both legs, during the night, such profuse sweat that in the morning they were still quite wet (third day).

a great deal of perspiration on the legs, at night (fifth day).

at night, very profuse perspiration on the legs (twenty-sixth day).

at night, perspiration on both legs (twenty-eighth day).

at night, much sweat on both legs (thirty-first day).

at night, sweat on the right leg, a symptom which recurs almost every night (thirty-third day).

at night, profuse perspiration on the right leg (ninetieth, ninety-fifth, and ninety-eighth days).

at night, much sweat on the right leg, a symptom which recurred almost every night about this time (one hundred and first day).

at night, great perspiration on the legs (one hundred and sixth day).

the perspiration only occurred after awaking, in the morning (one hundred and tenth day).

at night, much sweat on both legs (one hundred and eighteenth day).

in the evening, immediately after lying down in bed, as copious sweat on the legs as if they had been dipped in water (one hundred and twenty-first day).

at night, severe perspiration on the right leg (one hundred and twenty-second day).

severe perspiration on both legs, at night (one hundred and twenty-eighth day).

at night, great perspiration on the right leg (one hundred and thirty-eighth day).

at night, on both legs, especially the right one, great perspiration (one hundred and fortieth day).

profuse perspiration on both legs, at night (one hundred and forty-seventh day).

perspiration on the right leg, at night (one hundred and sixty-third day).

perspiration on both legs, at night (one hundred and seventy-ninth and two hundred and twenty-second days).

perspiration of the right leg, at night (two hundred and fifty-fifth day).

profuse perspiration on both legs, in the morning (two hundred and seventy-ninth day),.

Sulphur is the great Hahnemannian anti-psoric. Sulphur's action is centrifugal-from within outward-having an elective affinity for the skin, where it produces heat and burning, with itching; made worse by heat of bed. Inertia and relaxation of fiber; hence feebleness of tone characterizes its symptoms. Ebullitions of heat, dislike of water, dry and hard hair and skin, red orifices, sinking feeling at stomach about 11 am, and cat-nap sleep; always indicate Sulphur homeopathically. Standing is the worst position for Sulphur patients, it is always uncomfortable. Dirty, filthy people, prone to skin affections. Aversion to being washed. When carefully-selected remedies fail to act, especially in acute diseases, it frequently arouses the reactionary powers of the organism. Complaints that relapse. General offensive character of discharge and exhalations. Very red lips and face, flushing easily. Often great use in beginning the treatment of chronic cases and in finishing acute ones.

STOOPED, LANK, UNCURED, UNTIDY AND UNWASHED

Emaciation; with good appetite

Atrophy of children

Psora

Scrofula

Rheumatism

DEFICIENT REACTION; effusion; deposits; slow reabsorption

CHRONICITY

RED ORIFICES, or single parts; lips, tarsi, ears, etc

(Aloe Socotrina Alo)

LOCAL THROBBING, BURNING OR CONGESTION; SOLES; VERTEX; bones; painful spots, etc

Itch

ITCHING; parts; discharges cause, etc

Foul, acrid or blood streaked discharges Weak, faint spells Empty, overful, rough or asleep feeling

ASCENDING EFFECTS; heats, orgasms, vertigo, etc

Slow, lazy, hungry, and always tired Hopeful dreamers; ecstatic, religious, philosophic, etc

Peevish, mean, prying or easily excited Melancholic

Tired of life

Vertigo; in forehead

VERTEX, throbs, hot, heavy, sore, etc

Nape to vertex; pain, chills, pressure, etc

As of a band about or pain deep in brain

Sunday headache; preceded by photopsies

Hot head, with cold feet

Sweaty scalp

Dry, cold hair

Eyes; burn; cutting, as from sand; bursting in balls; quivering

Halo about light As of floating soot before

Photophobia

Ophthalmia

Swashing in ears

Nose obstructed on alternate sides; drips; swelled; red, worse cold

side

Catarrhal colds

Epistaxis, worse night or lying on r

Sensitive smell

Imaginary odors

Swelled veins of forehead

OLD LOOK

Spotted face

Dry, tremulous tongue; red edges and tip

Sensitive dental fangs

Grinds teeth

Nursing sore mouth

Throat; as of a swelling or a vapor rising in; external redness

Eructations, like bad eggs, better eating

Drinks much, eats little Averse to meat

SUDDENLY HUNGRY AND WEAK; worse 11 A

; at epigastrium ABDOMEN SORE, better pressure; heavy, as of a lump; stitches; bearing down, against rectum; congested

Borborygmi

Colicky babies

RECTUM pains; itches; urging in; haemorrhoidal habitus Holds stool back from pain

DIARRHOEA; HURRIED, EARLY MORNING (Tuberculinum Tub---- ), changing; mushy; stinking; painless; watery; gray froth; worse milk; alternating with constipation

Burning, itching urethra

Hurried or nightly urination

Bed wetting

Testes hang low

Cutting in uterus; worse menses

Burning, itching, sore vulva; worse sitting

Puerperal sepsis

Acrid, foul menses

SUFFOCATIVE AIR HUNGER

Irregular breathing

Cough; violent, in 2 or 3 incomplete bouts

Deep, hoarse voice; early

Chest; rattling and heat at 11 A

; as of a band about or a load on; red; brown spots on

Pain backward from l

nipple

Pneumonia

Heart seems too big

Palpitation, worse lying

Nipples crack at base

Sharp burning in mammae

Neck weak; boils on

Heavy shoulders

Aching between scapulae

Lumbar pains; to stomach; walks bent; supports weight on hands, when sitting

Coccyx, pains during stools

Numb l

arm, worse lying

Palms crack and peel; eczema on; warts on

Eczema

Numb fingers [right]

Tense hamstrings [left]

Cramp in calf [left]

SOLES BURN; STICKS FEET OUT OF BED, AT NIGHT or are cold in bed; dry

Jerks one limb, on dropping to sleep SKIN; dry rough, wrinkled, scaly; ITCHING, violently at night; BREAKS OUT; festers, and won't heal; burning, when scratched; painfully sensitive to air, wind, washing, etc

Eruptions alternate with other complaints, asthma, etc

Crops of boils

Creeping erysipelas

Rhagades

Ulcers

Skin under-nourished

Suppuration with air bubbles

Localised congestions

Hot vertex and soles

Inclined to uncover single parts

Craves fresh air

Drowsy, then migraine

Sleeps in cat N/A naps

Sleepy by day, wakeful at night

Sleep; unrefreshing; sings during

Chills up back

Heat; feels too hot; flushes of; with general throbbing; between scapulae

Sweat; in axillae; on hands or feet

Brimstone. Sublimed Sulphur. S. (A. W. 3l.98). Trituration of "Flowers of Sulphur." A saturated solution of Sulphur in absolute alcohol constitutes the Ø tincture.

inflammation of. Oesophagus, constriction of. Ophthalmia, acute.

scrofulous. rheumatic. Pelvic haematocele. Phimosis. Phlegmasia dolens. Peritonitis. Pleurisy. Pneumonia. Pregnancy, disorders of. Prostatorrhoea. Rectum, affections of. Rheumatic fever. Rheumatism, acute.

chronic. gonorrhoeal. Ringworm. Sciatica. Self-abuse. Sinking. Skin, affections of. Sleep, disordered. Smell, illusions of. Spinal irritation. Spine, curvature of. Spleen, pain in. Startings. Stomatitis. Taste, illusions of. Tenesmus. Thirst. Throat, mucus in. Tongue, coated. Tonsillitis. Toothache. Trachea, irritation in. Ulcers. Urticaria. Uterus, prolapse of. Vaccination. Varicocele. Varicosis. Vertigo. Warts. White swelling. Worms. Worry. Yawning.

Sulphur is an elementary substance, occurring in nature as a brittle crystalline solid, burning in the air with a blue flame, being oxidised to Sulphur dioxide (Sulphurous acid).

The reputation of Sulphur as a remedy is perhaps as old as medicine. "As early as 2,000 years ago," says Hahnemann, "Sul. had been used as the most powerful specific against the itch.

. The itch, with which the workers in wool are so much affected, causes an intolerably agreeable, tingling, itching, gnawing as of vermin.

Some designate it as an intolerably voluptuous titillating itching, ceasing as soon as the parts are scratched and commencing to burn, which burning continues after the scratching.

Sul. frequently produces in healthy persons burning-itching pimples and vesicles resembling the itch vesicles, and especially itching in the joints, and in the night." The specific power of Sul. to cure itch was abused.

It was applied externally as baths and ointments, and the skin affection was not cured but repelled, and a host of secondary affections appeared in its place.

Hahnemann found in Sul. the homoeopathic counterpart of the peculiar constitutional dyscrasia which tends to manifest in itch-like eruptions, and which he named Psora.

Sul. is the chief of the antipsoric remedies.

A proving of Sul. appears in the M. M. P., and this is amplified in the Chronic Diseases.

The domestic use of Sul. (in the familiar "Brimstone and Treacle") as a "Spring medicine" is based on its antipsoric properties. "It is one of the most popular diaphoretics of the day," says Milne, "few old women failing to use it when any eruption is supposed to be struggling through the skin." It is this property of Sul. to divert to the surface constitutional irritants which renders it the chief of Hahnemann's antipsorics.

Sul. has also an antipsoric action independently of its power of "bringing out" rashes.

The psoric poison may be present and active in a case of disease and "apparently well-indicated remedies may fail to act" in consequence.

In such cases one or two doses of Sul. will frequently antidote, as it were, the psora, and either clear up the case, or open the way for the action of other remedies.

In such cases there will almost certainly be some Sul. indications present.

Sul. is a potent antiseptic, and is one of the most certain destroyers of the acarus of itch.

The exact relation of acarus itch to psora and other itching eruptions need not be considered.

but as Sul. has the power of repressing constitutional eruptions when locally applied, as well as the power of destroying the acarus, it is best to use other means (e.g., Oil of Lavender) for the latter purpose, and give Sul. or other indicated remedies internally.

In my experience the psora of Hahnemann (which is a very real and definite dyscrasia) is generally inherited.

The symptoms of latent psora are set forth in detail in Hahnemann's Chronic Diseases, and they are for the most part almost exact reproductions of the symptoms of Sul.

But whilst Sul. is the chief of antipsorics, it is only one of many; and Sul. is in no way limited in its uses to cases of latent or declared psora.

Much more important is it to know the leading features of the drug's action, which are sure guides in any case. ($51$) A key to many of the Sul. conditions is to be found in an irregular distribution of the circulation flushes of heat.

rush of blood to head, chest, heart.

plethora from suddenly suppressed eruptions, piles, discharges.

heat and burning sensation of all parts or coldness, sweating of many parts.

These irregularities may go on to actual inflammation with effusions; and to fever of intermittent or other types.

Another manifestation of this is found in the redness of orifices and parts near orifices red ears, red nose; red eyelids and red borders round eyelids brilliant red lips; bright red anus in children; red meatus urinarius; red vulva.

The orifices are not only red and congested, but they are sore and hypersensitive as well; the passage of all discharges or excretions is painful. (2) The other side of this feeling of fulness is a feeling of emptiness.

There is no medicine which has this symptom in a more extreme degree than Sul., and there is no single symptom that is of greater value to the homoeopathic prescriber than "Faint, sinking, all-gone sensation at 11 a.m." When that symptom is marked I give Sul. (generally 30), and get all the good I can out of the remedy before prescribing anything else, and very rarely am I disappointed.

There is no need to wait to be told the symptom, or to ask patients directly if they experience it.

I generally ask if they get hungry out of their usual mealtimes; and if they say "Yes"; I ask "What time?" The time need not be exactly eleven; though that is the most characteristic time.

People who "must have something between breakfast and dinner-time" are generally benefited by Sul.

Sulphur ravenous hunger at 11 is often associated with other Sul. symptoms, as heat at vertex; dyspepsia; portal congestion; constipation with ineffectual urging; piles; constipation alternating with diarrhoea.

When the dyspeptic gets food and relieves his hunger he begins to feel puffed up, feels heavy and sluggish, and is low-spirited, he scarcely cares to live.

The dyspepsia of Sul. is often the result of suppressed eruptions.

It is well known that drunkenness "runs in families," and the underlying disease of drunkenness is often psora.

Sul. both causes and cures craving for beer and spirits.

Gallavardin cured many apparently hopeless drunkards with Sul. 1m.

The "sinking, empty, all-gone sensation" is a common feature in the dyspepsia of drunkards.

Dyspepsia from farinaceous food.

Cannot take milk; vomits it at once; sour vomit with undigested food.

Voracious appetite is a frequent symptom of scrofula, and scrofula and psora are frequently convertible terms.

Defective assimilation; hungry yet emaciated.

Stopped catarrh; nose obstructed indoors, amel. out of doors.

The child looks dried up, a little old man; skin hanging in folds, yellowish, wrinkled, flabby.

Head large in proportion to body.

Lymphatic glands enlarged.

Defective assimilation.

When scrofula exists without particular symptoms Sul. will develop them.

Allied to scrofula is tuberculosis; in connection with which many symptoms of Sul. appear marasmus with hunger at 11 a.m.; sore, red orifices; flushes of heat.

In tuberculosis of the lungs a keynote is "body feels too hot." The patient must have windows open no matter how cold the weather may be.

The caution is usually given to repeat Sul. seldom in cases of tuberculosis; and to give it only in the early stages. (3) "agg.

By heat" is another keynote of Sul., and marks it out as the remedy in a large number of cases; the agg. is most noticeable by warmth of the bed.

Whenever a patient says he is all right till he gets warm in bed, Sul. must be examined, it will generally cover the case. (In some cases stove heat amel.) The cases of rheumatism and sciatica requiring Sul. will generally have amel. morning and agg. at night in bed. (4) "agg.

At night" is scarcely less characteristic.

Sul. is related to both the sun and the moon, which makes it one of the most important of periodics.

Cooper cured many cases of neuralgia agg. at noon or at midnight.

He regards every twelve hours as the most characteristic periodicity, but it may be multiples or divisions of twelve.

Lippe cured with "a single dose of Sul. at new moon" a case of menorrhagia, patient had not been well since her last miscarriage.

Skinner gave to a man who had paresis of the lower limbs a single dose of Sul. cm, with instructions to take it on a certain date (when the moon was full).

The man recovered almost suddenly.

Cooper has had some important experience with Sul. in intermittent fevers.

He generally gave two pilules of Sul. Ø every four hours.

Correspondents of his found this treatment preserve them from fever in India, and one, an officer, by means of it kept his regiment of sepoys in health when many others were in hospital.

One writer treated nine cases with the pilules, and arrested the fever in twenty-four hours.

One of the cases was a particularly obstinate one, and had been pronounced by the doctors to be complicated with liver affection.

Quinine had been tried before the Sul. cured.

In a case of "Chagres fever" (of West Indies), which had lasted three months, Cooper ordered a Sulphur bath as well as the Sul. pilules.

That single bath seemed to alter the whole condition; from being an unhealthy, anaemic, bilious-looking man, the patient rapidly became the picture of health.

Cooper recalls the fact that workers in Sulphur mines, though in malarial districts, enjoy a complete immunity from intermittent fevers.

The power of Sul. in acute inflammatory conditions is allied to its action in intermittent fevers.

Sul. is the chronic of Aconite Acon. in the effects of chills; and if Aconite Acon. does not promptly solve the difficulty, Sul. will be required.

In the acute inflammations of the high South African plateau, where the variations of temperature are extreme, and chills and their consequences are Very common, Van den Heuvel tells me that for the pain, fever, and anxiety before physical signs have appeared, Aconite Acon. is his first remedy.

But if the fever does not yield in twenty-four to forty-eight hours, Sul. will clear it up. "Chill" is "suppression" in another form.

Sul. is a remedy of such universal power that it may be misleading to speak of it as more related to one side than to another.

Taken altogether there are more symptoms on the left side than the right.

It acts strongly on the left side of the chest "Sharp stitching pains through left lung to back, agg. lying on back. agg. by least motion," is characteristic.

In a case of left pleuro-pneumonia following a violent haemoptysis, Sul. 30 rescued a patient of mine from a condition which seemed desperate.

Sul. acts on the whole respiratory tract, from the nose to the lung tissues.

It causes a condition often met with in scrofulous patients, nasal catarrh where the nose is stopped indoors and free out of doors.

All the features of asthma are produced in the pathogenesis, and Sul. has the alternation between skin irritation and asthma often met with in asthmatics.

Villers (H. R., xv. p. 563) relates the case of a girl, 22, afflicted since three years old with eczemas of the most varied form, mostly moist, the chief seat being the region about the pudenda, armpits, fold behind ear; but the whole body was defaced, the only parts which had remained white and normal being the breasts.

She had been continuously under treatment for the nineteen years, the worst effects resulting when external applications had been used to dry up the eruption.

Then most frightful asthma occurred, which lasted till the corrosive, ill-smelling eruption appeared again.

She had recently come under the care of a homoeopath, who gave Arsenicum Iodatum Ars. iod.. 3. From this there resulted a condition of which the patient said, "I cannot describe it, but I felt as if I was being killed." Her doctor then sent her to Villers, who sent her for three months to a water-cure before he would commence treatment.

Her general health was somewhat improved thereby, but the skin remained the same.

He then thought of some very high potencies he possessed, and gave a few pellets of Sul. cm.

Three days later he was sent for in a great hurry late one evening, and on arrival found the patient had torn off all her clothes, was rolling about on the floor of her room, continually trying to rub her back and her legs on the legs of chairs or the edge of the door.

Then she jumped up, brought a knife from the kitchen and scraped her whole body; would eat nothing and only drank enormous quantities of cold beverages.

Sulphur lasted five days, after which she slept for two full days.

Then this happened The eruption dried up completely and scaled as after scarlatina.

The girl had always had very weak menses; the next three were increasingly strong and intolerably fetid.

There was very disagreeable discharge from the ears, corrosive secretion from the eyelids, and a dreadfully tormenting and burning discharge from the pudenda, strongly exciting to voluptuousness.

Under the action of the single dose steady improvement occurred, and in four months she was a youthfully blooming maiden in the full flow of all her functions, and the skin in perfect condition.

To test this Villers made the patient wear rough wool; dip her hands in first hot and then cold water; and for two weeks he made her rub her body daily with pretty coarse sea-salt.

The only effect of these measures was to make the skin improve in texture.

forehead,  vertex, and occiput.

It is the remedy for a large number of periodical  headaches; headaches occurring every week; every month.

Sick-headache. The headaches are  accompanied by red face and hot head; are amel. in warm  room; at rest; agg. in open air; agg. from stooping.

There is also a headache on coughing.

I have  cured a severe occipital headache agg. on coughing with Sul. 30.

Among the characteristics of Sul.  are ($51$) Aversion to be washed, always agg. after a bath. (2)  Complaints that are always relapsing (menses, leucorrhoea, &c.).

patient seems to get  almost well when the disease returns again and again. (3)  Congestions to single parts eye.

nose. chest. abdomen. ovaries.

arms. legs. or any organ of  the body, marking the onset of tumours or malignant growths, especially at climacteric. (4) Chronic alcoholism.

dropsy and other ailments of drunkards.

 they reform but are continually relapsing. (5) Sensation  of burning on vertex.

and smarting in eyes. of vesicles in mouth and dryness of throat,  first right then left.

in stomach. in rectum in anus, and itching piles, and scalding urine.

 like fire on nipples in chest rising to face of skin of whole body, with hot flushes.

in  spots below scapulae burning soles, must find a cool place for them at night. (6) Hot head with cold feet.

Lutze (N. A.  J. H., xv. 286) finds that Sul. 1m will make  feet that have been cold for years comfortably warm. (7)  Cramp in calves and soles at night. (8) Hot flushes  during day, with weak, faint spells, passing off with a little moisture. (9) Diarrhoea after midnight.

painless. driving out of bed early  in morning.

as if bowels were too weak to contain their contents. (10)  Constipation Stools hard, dry, knotty, as if burnt.

large, painful, child is afraid to have  stool on account of pain.

or pain compels child to desist on first effort.

alternating with  diarrhoea. (11) Boils coming in crops in various parts,  or a single boil is succeeded by another as soon as the first is healed. (12) Skin itching, voluptuous.

scratching amel. ("feels good to scratch").

scratching = burning. agg. from heat of  bed.

soreness in folds. (13) Skin affections that have  been treated by medicated soaps and washes.

haemorrhoids that have been treated by  ointments. (14) Nightly suffocative attacks, wants doors  and windows open.

becomes suddenly wide awake at night.

drowsy in afternoon after sunset,  wakefulness the whole night. (15) Happy dreams, wakes up  singing. (16) Everything looks pretty which patient  takes a fancy to.

even rags seem beautiful. (17)  Ailments from the abuse of metals generally. (18)  Offensive odour of body despite frequent washing. (19)  Red nose agg. by cold the colder the redder. (20) Cutting, stabbing pain in right eye. (21) Poor breakfast eaters. (22)  Worried by trifles. (23) White, frothy expectoration. (24) Empty sensation (head; heart; stomach; abdomen).  Sul. is a great resorbent, and is frequently needed after acute illnesses which  do not entirely clear up.

Peculiar Sensations are As if  a band were tied tightly round forehead; round cranium.

Vertigo as if swinging.

As if bed  were not large enough to hold him.

As if one stood on wavering ground.

As if hair on vertex  stood on end.

As from a weight pressing on top of brain and a cord tied around head.

As if  head soft; brains bashed in.

As if brain were beating against skull.

As if eyes were pressed  down.

As if he had taken too much alcohol.

As if hair would be torn out.

As if head would  burst.

As if head were enlarged.

As if she would sneeze.

As if head had been beaten.

As if  top of head were being pressed against wall.

Occiput as if hollow. As if flesh of scalp were  loose.

As if scalp had been beaten.

As if cornea had lost its transparency.

As if eye were  gone and a cool wind blew out of socket.

As if eyes had been punctured.

As if a needle or  splinter were sticking in eye.

As if a thick veil were before eyes.

As if eyeballs were dry.  As if balls rubbed against lids.

As if eyes were rubbed against  spicules of glass; eyeballs dry; salt in eyes; cornea covered with fine dust;  lids would become inflamed.

As if sounds did not come through ears but forehead.

As of water  in ears. As if he smelt perfume.

As if nose were swelled.

Nostrils as if sore. As if lower  jaw would be torn out.

As if air just in front of her were hot.

Teeth as if too long; as of  a hot iron in teeth.

As of a hard ball rising in throat.

As if swallowing a piece of meat.  As of a lump in throat.

As of a hair in throat.

As if throat too narrow.

Stomach as if  puffed up; as if torn with pincers.

Intestines as if strung in knots.

As if hernia would  form.

As if muscles of abdomen and peritonaeum had been bruised.

As if obliged to urinate,  in urethra.

As if something in larynx.

As of a lump of ice in (r.) chest.

As if lungs came  in contact with back.

As if strained in chest.

As if he had fallen upon chest.

As if chest  would fly to pieces when coughing or drawing a deep breath.

Heart as if enlarged. As if  muscles of neck and back were too short.

As if vertebrae gliding one over the other.

Small  of back as if beaten.

Left shoulder and hip as if luxated (dislocated).

Like a weight on shoulder.

As if  something heavy hanging on upper arm.

Arms as if beaten. As of a mouse running up arms and  back.

Thigh as if broken. As if too short in popliteal space.

Skin as if denuded and sore.  Sweat may occur on one side of the body only; or on neck only.

Sul.  is Suited to ($51$)  Lean, stoop-shouldered persons, who walk and sit stooped.

standing is the most uncomfortable  position. (2) Persons of nervous temperament,  quick-motioned, quick-tempered, plethoric, skin excessively sensitive to atmospheric  changes. (3) Dirty, filthy people, with greasy skin, and  long, straight, matted hair, prone to skin affections. (4)  Children who cannot bear to be washed or bathed.

emaciated. big-bellied.

restless, hot, kick  off clothes at night.

have worms. (5) Persons of  scrofulous diathesis, subject to various congestions, especially of portal system. (6) Lymphatic temperaments, nervous constitutions disposed to  haemorrhoids, with constipation or morning diarrhoea.

diseases caused especially by,  suppressed eruptions, peevishness, sudden and frequent flushes of heat all over body,  followed by perspiration, hot palms, soles, and vertex.

faintness in epigastrium in  forenoon. (7) Children, emaciated, old-looking faces,  big bellies, dry, flabby skin. (8) Full-blooded persons  with great irritability, restlessness, and hastiness. (9)  Old people. (10) People with hot, sweaty hands. (11) "Ragged philosophers".

dirty-looking persons who  are always speculating on religious or philosophical subjects. (12)  Freckled people. (13) Light-complexioned people. (14) Red-haired people. (15)  Dark-complexioned people.

negroes. (16) People who refer all their sufferings to the  epigastrium "everything affects me there." The symptoms are agg.

By touch. agg. Pressure  (pressure amel. pain in head when coughing).

Rest agg. Standing agg.

Stooping  agg. Lying on (r.) painful side amel.

Motion amel. pains in  head, hips, knee, haemorrhoids; agg. other symptoms.  Moving arms agg.

Every step agg.  Rising agg.

Ascending agg.  Talking = fatigue of whole body.

Vivacious talking = hammering headaches. agg.  11 a.m.; 12 noon; midnight; morning; evening; night; after midnight.

Wants doors and windows  open.

Susceptible to temperature; warm things feel hot.

Indoors =  nose stopped up; amel. emptiness in occiput.

Open air agg. Draught of air agg.  Raw air agg.

Warmth agg.  Sun agg. (headache).

Washing agg.  Cold, damp weather agg.

Cold food and drink agg. thirst.

Cold water amel.  head; left eye; whitlow. agg.

Before a storm. agg. After sleep. agg.

From  milk; sweets; alcohol. amel.

By eating; agg. after. agg.

Before  eating. amel. By warm food. agg.  Before, during, and after menses (headache; leucorrhoea). agg.  Looking down. agg.

Crossing running water. agg.

Raising arms. Hearing is agg.  eating and blowing nose.

Injuries to eyes, Aconite Aco. (Sul. follows).

Early-morning diarrhoea, Bryonia Bry. (as soon as he moves), Natrum Sulphuricum Nat. s. (with much flatus), Rx. c., Podophyllum Peltatum Pod. (stools changeable; go on all day, though agg. at noon; Sul. raw, sore anus), Diosc. (colic flying to other parts).

Defective reaction, Psorinum Pso., Cuprum Metallicum Cup., Laurocerasus Lauro., Val., Ambra Grisea Ambr., Carbo Veg Carb. v.

Flushes at climaxis, Lachesis Lach., Sul. ac., Amyl., Kali Bich K. bi..

Intermittent fever and neuralgia, Chininum Sulphuricum Chi., Arsenicum Album Ars., Baptisia Tinctoria Bapt.

Ravenous hunger with heat at vertex, Calc Carb Calc., Phosphorus Pho.

Tuberculosis, Bac., Calc Carb Calc., Phosphorus Pho.

Itch, Merc Viv Merc., Sepia Sep., Causticum Caust.

Dyspepsia, Nux Vomica Nux, Sepia Sep. Excessive venery, masturbation, Nux Vomica Nux, Calc Carb Calc.

Yellow-brown spots, Sepia Sep., Lycopodium Lyc., Curar.

Rheumatism, paralysis, Rhus Tox Rhus.

Sour stools, sore anus, Chamomilla Cham.

Pneumonia, restoration imperfect, Sanguinaria Canadensis Sang.

Paralysis from cold, Aconite Aco., Causticum Caust., Rhus Tox Rhus.

Accumulation of flatus, sour and bitter taste, Lycopodium Lyc. (with Sul. patient refers accumulation to left groin, region of sigmoid flexure).

Bad effects of mental exhaustion; of seminal losses, Selenium Selen. (Selenium Sel. is a cognate element of Sul. and close analogue; Selenium Sel. agg. from tea; Sul. agg. from coffee; Selenium Sel. has "tingling in spots").

Morning aphonia, Carbo Veg Carb. v. (Carbo Veg Carb. v. also evening).

Edges of eyelids, Graphites Graph., Bac.

Congestion of lumbar spine, Pic. ac.

Atrophy of infants, Arsenicum Album Ars.

Sinking agg. 11 a.m., Na. m., Phosphorus Pho., Indm., Na. c., Zincum Metallicum <">Zincum Metallicum Zn. (nervous symptoms, Argentum Nitricum Arg. n.).

Prophylactic of cholera, Cup.

Weak from talking, Stan., Cocculus Indicus Cocc., Ver., Calc Carb Calc.

Falls easily, Na. c. Hasty speech and action, Belladonna Bell., Lachesis Lach., Dulcamara Dulc., Hep Sulph Calc Hep. Weak ankles, Sul. ac., Causticum Caust. amel.

Open air; desire to be uncovered, Pulsatilla Pul., Lycopodium Lyc.

Wetting bed in deep sleep, Belladonna Bell. (in first sleep, Sepia Sep.).

Effects of losses of fluids, Arsenicum Album Ars., Calc Carb Calc., Chininum Sulphuricum Chi., Fer N/A .

Persistent speck before left eye (right Selenium Sel.).

Vision mostly green, Sanguinaria Canadensis Sang.

Rhagades of hands, Na. c. Hard, horny hands, Na. m., Graphites Graph. (opp. Calc Carb Calc.).

Left to right, Lachesis Lach.

Stitches up vagina, Sepia Sep., Phosphorus Pho., Nitric Acid Nit. ac. (also down and out), Alm., Berberis Vulgaris Berb., Pulsatilla Pul. (Sul. stitches go to head).

Left ovarian and left inframammary pain, Lilium Tigrinum Lil., Lachesis Lach., Caulo., Viburnum Opulus Vib. o., Pulsatilla Pul., Ustil.

Bearing-down pains, Belladonna Bell., Sepia Sep., Gossyp., Pulsatilla Pul., Secale Cornutum Sec. agg.

On awaking, Lachesis Lach., Na. m. Alarmed about soul's salvation, Ver. agg.

Hearing water run, Hfb.

Violent movements of foetus, Op N/A ., Crocus Sativus Croc., Thuja Thuj.

Dread of losing mind, Calc Carb Calc., Lycopodium Lyc., Nux Vomica Nux.

Hollow sensation in region of heart (Lilium Tigrinum Lil. as if heart empty).

Earthy complexion, Na. m. Tall, slender people, Phosphorus Pho. (Sul. with stoop).

Aversion to, be washed, Antimonium Crudum Ant. c., Clematis Erecta Clem., Hep Sulph Calc Hep., Rhus Tox Rhus, Sepia Sep., Spi N/A . (Pulsatilla Puls. baby likes being washed).

Fear of ghosts, Aconite Aco., Arsenicum Album Ars., Bro., Carbo Veg Carb. v., Cocculus Indicus Cocc., Lycopodium Lyc., Phosphorus Pho., Pulsatilla Pul., Ran. b., Sepia Sep., Zincum Metallicum <">Zincum Metallicum Zn. (I have been frequently asked by patients taking Sul. not to give them "that medicine" again as it made them "see faces," generally described as horrible). agg.

Heat of bed at night, Bryonia Bry., Merc Viv Merc., Pulsatilla Pul., Chamomilla Cham. (toothache), Drosera Rotundifolia Dros., Led., Sbi., Apis Mel Apis.

Laughing alternately with weeping, Aurum Metallicum Aur., Pulsatilla Pul., Lycopodium Lyc., Crocus Sativus Croc., Phosphorus Pho., Ver.

Vertigo looking down, Olean. (Calc Carb Calc. turning head, Pulsatilla Pul. looking up).

Throbbing headache, Glo., Calc Carb Calc., Pulsatilla Pul.

Phimosis, Can. s., Merc Viv Merc., Nitric Acid Nit. ac., Sepia Sep., Thuja Thu., Rhus Tox Rhus, Sbi.

Hunger at night, Chininum Sulphuricum Chi. s., Psorinum Pso., Phosphorus Pho. (with febrile heat, unappeasable), Lycopodium Lyc., Ignatia Ign.

Hot breath, Calc Carb Calc., Rhus Tox Rhus.

Sharp splinter sensation on slightest touch, Argentum Nitricum Arg. n., Hep Sulph Calc Hep., Nitric Acid Nit. ac.

Throat, right then left, Lycopodium Lyc., Bar. c., left side, Lachesis Lach., Sul.

Freckles, Adrenalinum Adren.

Weak chest when speaking, Calc Carb Calc.

Acid smell from mouth, Nux Vomica Nux.

Taste of blood, Hamamelis Virginica Ham. Sensation of hair in throat, Kali Bich K. bi.., Silicea Sil.

Intolerance of pressure of clothes, Lachesis Lach.

Blackish stools, Leptandra Virginica Lept.

Burning between scapulae, Phosphorus Pho., Lycopodium Lyc.

Vividly remembered dreams, Chininum Sulphuricum Chi.

Mistakes time of day, Merc Viv Merc., Lachesis Lach.

Boils, Anthracinum Anthrac.

Vaccination effects, Thuja Thu., Malan. N/A .

Red lips, red borders round eyelids, Bac.

Offensive body smell; checked eruptions and discharges, Med.

Excessively sensitive to atmospheric changes, Hep Sulph Calc Hep., Kali Carb K. ca., Psorinum Pso. (Psorinum Pso. is generally extremely chilly, Sul. hot).

Restless, hot, kicks off clothes at night, Hep Sulph Calc Hep., Sanicula Aqua Sanic.

Wants to find cool place for feet, Sanicula Aqua Sanic.

Relapsing alcoholism, Psorinum Pso., Bac.

Causation.

Vertigo and staggering, esp. when seated, or after a meal, or when exercising in open air, when stooping, looking down, walking, going up an ascent, rising from a seat, lying on back, passing over running water, and also in morning, in evening, or at night, and often with nausea, syncope, weakness, and bleeding at nose (with inclination to fall to l. side; with vanishing of sight).

Cholera asiatica. as prophylactic, a pinch of the powdered milk of Sulphur worn in stockings in contact with soles of feet.

diarrhoea commencing between midnight and morning, vomiting at same time.

numbness of limbs, cramp in calves and soles, blue under eyes, cold skin, indifference.

during convalescence, red spots, furuncles, &c.

susceptibility to temperature, warm things feel hot.

nerve symptoms (Hering).

Sensations of heat in chest.

of heat anywhere. with any trouble.

of sudden and frequent flushes of heat all over the body.

of contraction of inner parts, chiefly in abdomen, with feeling as if it should be bandaged up or supported.

of a hoop or band around the parts.

buzzing or vibration in the body.

of knocking or throbbing in outer parts.

as of a lump in inner parts.

of roughness in inner parts.

of tightness or stiffness in outer parts.

of sometimes being very small and then again being very large.

For homoeopathic use the roll sulphur of commerce is redistilled at a gentle heat, forming (flores sulphuris) and then washed by shaking with alcohol to remove any acid that may adhere to it.

For more than 2, 000 years sulphur has been found a most efficacious remedy against the itch, while not a single physician noticed, or had even the faintest idea, that this was effected by the law of similars (Homoeopathy). The itch, which is so common among workers in wool, causes a sort of , as from lice.

this is also described by some as an , which ceases as soon as the finger is applied to it, to scratch it, and then begins to burn, and after scratching it continues to burn on that spot. So also the sulphur taken by healthy persons frequently causes similar pimples and vesicles with a , also chiefly on the joints and by night. This great specific virtue of sulphur against itch was during all these centuries merely abused to drive away the itch from the skin by external applications, while the internal itch malady remained uncured.

Many physicians, indeed, also gave sulphur internally.

but the ointment rubbed in had already driven away the disease from the skin and some acute or chronic disease is the inevitable sad consequence of this treatment. The sulphur given by allopathic physicians is also crude sulphur in doses which excite purging and which, therefore, can never cure, nor have ever cured any itch by the internal application alone.

If the mere drinking of sulphureous mineral waters without their external application has ever been able to effect such a cure, this was done because this substance had been comminuted in the bosom of the earth in a mechanical manner similar to that employed by the homoeopath, and thus its internal medicinal virtues had been developed.

Sulphur, given by the hand of the physician who does not proceed homoeopathically, and who, therefore, has not first dynamized (potentized) Sulphur, and, indeed, potentized it highly, has never cured the (primary) itch of workers in wool, through its merely internal application, which is the only safe way of applying it. The more highly and intensively more strongly the sulphur has been potentized, the more surely will it cure.

Formerly I considered the extract of sulphur, made with alcohol and called , as sufficient.

but now, after having experimentally compared it, I consider it far inferior to the other preparations, effected by trituration the flowers of sulphur with one hundred parts of sugar of milk, up to the millionth-potency and the further dynamization of the solution of this potency, in the manner employed with other dry drugs. The latter dynamization I am compelled to recognize as the most perfect sulphur-medicine. The alcohol in the tinctura sulphuris seems only to attract some particular portion of the sulphur, but not all of its constituents without exception, not the entire sulphur.

In cases where sulphur was homoeopathically indicated, it also relieved the following ailments, if present at the same time

Irritability. peevishness and dejection.

tendency to start. timidity.

inclination to weep. ill humor.

unconsolable state concerning every action in herself which she considers wrong.

fixed religious ideas.

. anxiety which compels the person to loosen the clothes and to seek the open air.

violence. and difficulty in thinking.

weakness of memory. frequent fits of vertigo.

vertigo while sitting.

heaviness of the head and unconsciousness from stooping.

vertigo after meals. rush of blood to the head, with flushes of heat.

nocturnal headache at the slightest movement in bed.

heaviness in the head.

heaviness in the occiput.

daily drawing headache, threatening to burst the head.

shooting headache. shooting and buzzing headache.

beating headache in the vertex.

beating, clucking headache.

tingling, humming and roaring in the head.

coldness of the head. a cold spot on the head.

closing of the eyelids in the morning.

far-sightedness. gauzy appearance before the eyes.

. drawing pain in the ears.

stoppage of the ears, while eating.

. humming and din before the ears.

. dryness of the nose.

stuffing of one nostril.

inflamed swelling of the tip of the nose.

. pale, sickly complexion.

roughness of the skin in the face.

heat in the face. hepatic spots on the upper lip.

evening toothache. toothache, apparently from looseness of the teeth and from loose gums.

swelling of the gums, with beating pain.

sore throat, as if swollen within, impeding deglutition.

long-continued sensation as of a plug in the fauces and the throat.

the food is not relished.

the appetite too strong.

in the morning, a putrid taste in the mouth.

sour taste in the mouth.

aversion to fat food. aversion to sweet and to sour things.

loathing of rye-bread.

it makes wine-drinking distasteful.

. after partaking of anything, tightness over the chest, like a load.

burning, sour eructation.

bitter eructation. abortive eructation.

ill-smelling eructations at night, while sleeping.

eructations. and drinks.

the food regurgitates up into the throat.

acid belching up into the mouth.

qualmishness before meals.

. morning nausea. waterbrash.

contractive, pinching pain in the stomach, immediately after meals.

burrowing in the pit of the stomach.

shooting about the stomach.

, while walking. shooting in the left side of the navel, while walking.

stitches in the abdomen.

pain in the left side of the abdomen, as if something was being torn out.

contractive pain below the umbilicus.

long-continued pressure in the epigastrium.

pressive pain in the left side of the abdomen, even to screaming, with constipation from incarceration of flatus.

pain in the abdomen after drinking.

the hypogastrium is painful when touched.

pain in the abdominal muscles in the morning, as if they were too short.

incarceration of flatus.

loud rumbling and growling in the abdomen.

hard stool. stool only every two or three days.

involuntary stool, while urinating.

during a difficult evacuation, prolapsus of the rectum.

shooting in the anus, during stool,.

urging to urinate. nocturnal wetting the bed.

deficient sexual powers.

. fetid perspiration about the genitals.

itching and burning about the pudenda.

menses too early. the menstrual blood has too little color.

bearing down on the genitals.

itching on the pudenda, before the menses.

headache before the menses.

leucorrhoea.

Coryza. stuffed coryza.

profuse fluent coryza.

roughness of the larynx.

tingling in the larynx, causing cough.

nocturnal cough. continual feverish , and stitches in the chest.

difficult respiration.

asthma, with wheezing and rattling on the chest and visible palpitation.

nocturnal suffocating asthma.

fullness in the chest.

heaviness in the chest, in the morning.

weariness of the chest from singing.

stitches in the sternum.

shooting through the chest, extending into the left scapula.

burning, extending upward in the chest.

pressure in the sternum.

itching on the nipples.

pain in the small of the back.

creaking in the sacrum.

pain in the back, after manual labor.

. tension in the nape.

twitching in the shoulder-joint.

drawing in the joints of the elbows, wrists, and fingers.

swelling of the arms.

trembling of the hands in fine work.

. callus on the fingers.

tingling in the tips of the fingers and toes.

red spots on the lower limbs.

stitches in the thigh, when walking fast.

. coldness of the thighs, while the legs perspire, in the morning, in bed.

weakness in the knees and arms.

formication in the calves and arms.

sprained pain in the ankles.

stiffness in the ankle.

sweating of the feet. restlessness in the feet.

erysipelas on the leg.

. coldness and stiffness of the toes.

coldness of the feet and hands.

eroding blotches on the toes.

chilblains on the feet.

. single jerks of the limbs, while sitting or lying down.

drawing pains in the knee and the remaining joints.

nettle-rash. itching all over the body.

. suffusion of blood from a slight blow.

sensitiveness to air and wind.

flushes of heat. the limbs go to sleep.

shooting pains. internal trembling.

muscular twitching. strain from lifting.

swoons and convulsions.

the head is bowed, while walking.

fatigue from talking.

too long sleep at night.

feels as if he had not slept enough, in the morning.

unrefreshing sleep. drowsiness after dinner.

nocturnal colic. fright during sleep.

sleeplessness. the sleep is too light.

nocturnal insomnia, owing to formication in the calves and feet.

. frightful, restless dreams, and talking during sleep.

illusion, in the morning, on awaking, as if he saw persons who are not present.

nocturnal thirst. perspiration by day and by night.

nocturnal sweat. sour sweat, every night.

morning-sweat. copious sweat, while working.

chilliness.

Dejection.

A number of ideas from her past life, mostly disagreeable, causing indignation and mortification (but also merry things and melodies) come into her mind.

one after the other rush in upon her memory, so that she cannot get rid of them, while she has nothing to do.

they are worst in the evening in bed, hindering her from falling asleep (aft. 4 h.).

Stupefaction in the original is "perturbatio."

Nocturnal headache, an intolerable, continually increasing pressure in the lower part of the occiput and in the vertex, with pressure on the eyes, which he had to close, and with a chilliness which could not be removed by any amount of covering.

the perspiration is of intense fetor, and he had to walk up and down the room while it lasted (aft. 5 d.).

Sulphur Walther is a different reference from the F. Walther, mentioned before, and belongs to a treatise entitled ", 1743." It is not accessible S. 604, 704, 870, 984, 1363, 1804 ascribed here to "Walther" simply, in the are credited to "Fr. Walther."

Statement-The original from which this symptom is taken is "." , intense heat in the body, and pain in the liver, and tension of the intestines, and heaviness of the tongue and stomach and much looseness of the belly.

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From free drinking of sulphur in wine.

Tearing, with shooting to and fro, from the calves into the toes, in the evening.

when standing and when sitting down, the feet twitched within, with a tremulous sensation all over the body, heaviness and tearing all over the back, chill without thirst, with red cheeks, unattended with heat there.

then it extended to the scrobiculus cordis, with tension and contraction below the ribs, with oppressed breathing and many stitches in the whole of the chest and in the epigastrium.

From local application.

Put forth only hypothetically by Andoynus.

Attack of epilepsy, darting from the back or from the arm, like a mouse, drew the mouth to the left and the right, went about painfully in the abdomen, then it turned the left arm, with a clenched thumb.

then trembling in the right arm.

then it tossed the whole body, shaking it up and down with very short breath, which, after the attack, became even shorter.

she screamed in her attack, but could not speak (aft. 12 d.).

Attack, while going across the street.

sudden rising into her head, and things become black before her eyes.

she walks backward about fifteen steps, then suddenly sits down, as if she had fellen on the stones, as if unconscious, and allows herself to be conducted home just as unconsciously.

then she becomes, as it were, stiff in all her joints.

Sulphur occurs six months after taking the sulphur.

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For homoeopathic use the roll sulphur of commerce is redistilled at a gentle heat, forming (flores sulphuris) and then washed by shaking with alcohol to remove any acid that may adhere to it.

Sulphur occurs six months after taking the sulphur.

Brimstone. Hahnemann. Flowers of Sulphur.


Sulphur is such a full remedy that it is somewhat difficult to tell where to begin.

It seems to contain a likeness of all the sicknesses of man, and a beginner on reading over the proving of Sulphur might naturally think that he would need no other remedy, as the image of all sickness seems to be contained in it.

Yet you will find it will not cure all the sicknesses of man, and it is not well to use it indiscriminately any more than you would any other remedy. It seems that the less a physician knows of the Materia Medica the oftener he gives Sulphur, and yet it is very frequently given, even by good prescribers.

so that the line between physiciansAE ignorance and knowledge cannot be drawn from the frequency with which Sulphur is prescribed by them.

Aspect The Sulphur patient is a lean, lank, hungry, dyspeptic fellow with stoop shoulders, yet many times it must be given to fat, rotund, well fed people.

The angular, lean, stoop-shouldered patient, however, is the typical one, and especially when he has become so from long periods of indigestion, bad assimilation and feeble nutrition. The Sulphur state is sometimes brought about by being long housed up and adapting the diet to the stomach.

Persons who lead sedentary lives, confined to their rooms in study, in meditation, in philosophical inquiry, and who take no exercise, soon find out that they must eat only the simplest foods, foods not sufficient to nourish the body, and they end up by going into a philosophical mania.

There is another class of patients in whom we see a Sulphur appearance in the face; dirty, shriveled, red-faced people. The skin seems to be easily affected by the atmosphere. He becomes red in the face from riding inthe air, both in very cold and in damp weather.

He has a delicate, thin skin, blushing on the slightest occasion, always red and dirty looking, no matter how much he washes it. If it be a child, the mother may wash the face often, but it always looks as if it had been perfunctorily washed.

Hering called the Sulphur patient "the ragged philosopher."

The Sulphur scholar, the inventor, works day and night in threadbare clothes and battered hat.

he has long, uncut hair and a dirty face.

his study is uncleanly, it is untidy.

books and leaves of books are piled up indiscriminately.

there is no order. It seems that Sulfur produces this state of disorder, a state of untidiness, a state of uncleanness, a state of "care how things go," and a state of selfishness.

He becomes a false philosopher and the more he goes on in this state the more he is disappointed because the world does not consider him the greatest man on earth. Old inventors work and work, and fail.

The complaints that arise in this kind of case, even the acute complaints, will run to Sulphur You take such a patient and you will notice that he has on a shirt that he has worn many weeks; if he has not a wife to attend to him, he would wear his shirt until it fell off from him.

Cleanliness is not a great idea with the Sulphur patient.

he thinks it is not necessary. He is dirty.

he does not see the necessity of putting on a clean collar and cuffs and a clean shirt.

it does not worry him. Sulphur is seldom indicated in cleanly people, but it is commonly indicated in those who are not disturbed by uncleanliness.

Odor When attending the public clinic I have many times noticed that after Sulphur an individual begins to take notice of himself and puts on a clean shirt, whereas his earlier appearances were in the one same old shirt. And it is astonishing how the Sulphur patients, especially the little ones, can get their clothing dirty so fast.

The odor of the stool is so offensive that it will follow him around all day. He thinks he can smell it. Because of his sensitiveness to odors he is more cleanly about his bowels than anything else. It is an exaggerated sense of smell. He is always imagining and hunting for offensive odors. He has commonly such a strong imagination that he smells the things which he has only in memory.

The Sulphur patient has filthiness throughout. He is the victim of filthy odors. He has a filthy breath, he has an intensely foetid stool.

he has filthy smelling genitals, which can be smelled in the room in spite of his clothing, and he himself smells them. The discharges are always more or less foetid, having strong, offensive odors. In spite of constant washing the axillae give out a pungent odor, and at times the whole body gives off an odor like that coming from the axillae.

Discharges The discharges of Sulphur from every part of the body, besides being offensive, are excoriating The Sulfur patient is afflicted with catarrhs of all mucous membranes, and the catarrhal discharges everywhere excoriate him. Often with the coryza the discharge excoriates the lips and the nose.

At times the fluid that remains in the nose smarts like fire, and when it comes in contact with the child's lip it burns, so acrid is it; almost like the condition under Sulphuricum acid, so red will be the parts that are touched by it.

There is copious leucorrhoea that excoriates the genitals. The thin feces cause burning and rawness around the anus. In women if a drop of urine remains about the genitals it will burn; very often it is not sufficient to wipe it away, it must be washed away to relieve the smarting.

In children we find excoriation about the anus and between the buttocks.

the whole length of the fissure is red, raw and inflamed from the stool. From this tendency a keynote has been constructed, and not a bad one either, all the fluids burn the parts over which they pass," which is the same as saying that the fluids are acrid and cause smarting. This is true everywhere in Sulphur.

There are vesicular, pustular, furuncular, scaly eruptions, all attended with much itching, and some of them with discharge and suppuration. The skin, even without any eruption, itches much, itches from the warmth of the bed and from wearing woolen clothing.

Many times the Sulphur patient cannot wear anything except silk or cotton. The warmth of the room will drive him to despair if he cannot get at the itching part to scratch it. After scratching there is burning with relief of the itching. After scratching or after getting into the warmth of the bed great white welts come out all over the body, with much itching, and these he keeps on scratching until the skin becomes raw, or until it burns, and then comes a relief of the itching.

Sulphur process goes on continuously; dreadful itching at right in bed, and in the morning when he wakes up he starts in again and the eruptions itch and ooze. Crops of boils and little boil-like eruptions come out and this makes it useful in impetigo.

Sulphur is useful in suppurations It establishes all sorts of suppurating cavities, small abscesses and large abscesses; abscesses beneath the skin, in the cellular tissues and in internal organs. The suppurative tendency is very marked in Sulphur The glands become inflamed and the inflammation goes on to suppuration.

Burning Wherever there is a Sulphur complaint you will find burning

Every part burns. burning where there is congestion.

burning of the skin or a sensation of heat in the skin.

burning here and there in spots.

burning in the glands, in the stomach, in the lungs.

burning in the bowels, in the rectum.

burning and smarting in the hemorrhoids.

burning when passing urine, or a sensation of heat in the bladder. There is heat here and there, but when the patient describes something especially typical of Sulphur she says.

"Burning of the soles of the feet in the palms of the hands, and on the top of the head."

Burning of the soles of the feet will very often be noticed after the patient becomes warm in bed. The Sulphur patient has so much heat and burning of the soles at night in bed that he puts the feet out from, beneath the clothes, sleeps with the feet outside the covering. The soles and palms of the Sulphur patient when examined present a thick skin which burns on becoming warm in bed.

Many complaints come on from becoming warm in bed The Sulphur patient cannot stand heat and cannot stand cold, though there is a strong craving for the open air. He wants an even temperature; he is disturbed if the temperature changes much.

So far as his breathing is concerned, when he has much distress he wants the doors and windows open. The body, however, he is frequently forced to have covered, but if he is warmly clad he is bothered with the itching and burning of the skin.

"Intermittent periodic neuralgia, worse every 24 hours, generally at 12 A.M. or 12 P.M."

Middayis another time of aggravation of the Sulphur complaints. It has chills at noon, fevers increase at noon, increase of the mental symptoms at noon, headache worse at noon. Complaints that come once a week, a seven-day aggravation, is another peculiar condition of Sulphur

Diarrhea it is a common feature for a Sulphur patient to have a peculiar kind of diarrhoea which has been long known as "a Sulphur diarrhoea," though many other remedies have a similar condition, viz. diarrhoea coming on early in the morning.

The Sulphur diarrhoea belongs to the time between midnight and morning, but more commonly the time that he begins to think about rising.

The diarrhea drives him out of bed.

It is generally thin, watery; there is not much gushing, and it is not very copious, sometimes quite scanty, sometimes yellow faecal. After this morning stool he has, in many cases, no further trouble till next morning.

There are many people who go on year after year with, this urging to stool driving out of bed in the morning. The patient suffers from pain, griping, uneasiness, and burning soreness through the bowels. The stool burns while it is passing, and all parts that it comes in contact with are made sore and raw, and there is much chafing.

He is always drinking water. He wants much water.

He also speaks of a hungry feeling, a desire for food, but when he comes to the table, he loathes the food, turns away from it, does not want it.

He eats almost nothing, takes only the simplest and lightest things. There is a craving for stimulants, for alcohol, and an aversion to milk and meat; these latter make him sick and he loathes them.

One of the old men invented out of these things the keynote "drinks much and eats little."

Sulphur is true under Sulphur, but many other remedies have the same thing. As to the use of keynotes I would impress on you that it is well to gather together all the symptoms with their associations. It will not do to place much dependence on one little symptom, or even on two or three little symptoms. The symptoms of the whole case must be considered and then, if the keynotes and characteristics and everything else cause the remedy to be well rounded out and full, and to look like the whole patient, only then is it suitable.

There is emptiness occurring at 11 o'clock in the forenoon. If there is any time in the whole twenty-four hours that he feels hungry it is at 11 o'clock. It seems as though he cannot wait for his dinner.

There is this also about the Sulphur patient he is very hungry about his customary mealtimes and, if the meal is delayed, he becomes weak and nauseated. Those that are accustomed to eat at about 12 o'clock will have that all-gone hungry feeling at 11 A.M. Those accustomed to eat about 1 or 1-30 will have it about 12 o'clock. The all-gone sensation is about one hour before the accustomed time of eating with many people.

In a sort of condensed way a strong Sulphur group is this an all gone hungry feeling in the stomach at 11 A.M., burning of the soles and heat in the top of the head.

These three things have been looked upon as a sine qua non of Sulphur, but they are scarcely the beginning of Sulphur

The skin will not heal. Small wounds continue to suppurate; abscesses formed under the skin become little discharging cavities with fistulous openings, and these leak and discharge for a long time.

Sulphur produces an infiltration in inflamed parts, so that they become indurated and these indurations last for years. When the inflammation is in a vital organ, like the lungs, this infiltration cannot always be endured; it leaves infiltrations after pneumonia called hepatization.

Sulphur produces this same tendency in inflamed parts throughout the body and hence its great use in hepatization.

Sulphur is a very useful remedy when the patient does not react after a prolonged disease, because of a condition in the economy, a psoric condition. When a patient is drawing near the end of an acute disease he becomes weak and prostrated. The inflammatory state ends in suppuration and infiltrations.

the patient is in a state of weakness, much fatigued and prostrated, and has night sweats.

they cannot let liquor alone. They crave strong and pungent things, want nothing to eat, but want cold water and alcoholic drinks, They go on drinking till greatly exhausted and then their complaints come on. Sulphur will for a while take away this craving for drink and build him up.

The tissues seem to take on weakness, so that very little pressure causes soreness, sometimes inflammation and suppuration. Bed sores come on easily in a Sulphur patient, as there is feeble circulation. Induration from pressure is also a strong feature.

Sulphur has corns from pressure, callosities from pressure. These affections come easily. If a shoe presses anywhere on the skin a great corn or bunion develops. Where the teeth come in contact with the tongue and other parts of the buccal cavity nodules form and these little nodules in course of time commence to ulcerate.

We notice a marked evidence of disturbance of the veins under Sulphur It is a venous remedy, has much vein trouble. The veins seem to be relaxed and there is sluggish circulation. There is a flushed appearance of the face here and there from slight irritation, from the weather, from irritation of the clothing.

Tumefaction of the face. Sulphur has varicose veins.

most marked of these are hoemorrhoidal veins, which are enlarged and burn and sting. Varices of the extremities. The veins even ulcerate, rupture and bleed. When going out of a cold into a warm atmosphere the patient suffers from enlarged veins, from puffiness of the hands and feet, from a sense of fullness throughout the body.

The Sulphur patient emaciates, and a peculiar feature is the emaciation of the limbs with distended abdomen The abdomen is tumid, with rumbling, burning and soreness, and with the distended abdomen there is emaciation of all other parts. The muscles of the neck, back thorax and limbs wither, and the muscles of the abdomen are also wasted, but there is much distension of the abdomen itself. This condition of affairs is found in marasmus.

You will find a similar state under Calc Carb Calcarea; and, in women needing Calc Carb Calcarea, you willnotice great enlargement, distension and hardness of the abdomen with shriveling of all other parts of the body.

Under Sulphur there are flashes of heat to the face and head, like those which women have at the climacteric period. The flash of heat in Sulphur begins somewhere in the heart region, generally said to be in the chest, and it feels as if, inside the body, a glow of heat is rising to the face. The face is red, hot and flushed, and finally the heat ends in sweat.

Flashes of heat with sweat and red face.

the head is in a glow. Sometimes the patient will describe a feeling as if hot steam were inside the body and gradually rising up, and then she breaks out in a sweat. At times you will see a woman having little shiverings followed by flashes of heat and red splotches in the face, and then she fans vigorously.

cannot fan fast enough, and she wants the doors and windows open.

Such is Sulphur as well as Lachesis Lachesis and many others. When the flashes begin in the chest, about the heart, it is more like Sulphur, but when in the back or in the stomach it is more like Phosphorus Phosphorus

Among other general aggravations we have an aggravation from standing in Sulphur All complaints are made worse by standing for a length of time. Standing is the most difficult position for a Sulphur patient, and there is an aggravation of the confusion of mind, dizziness, the stomach and abdominal symptoms, and a sense of enlargement and fullness of the veins and dragging down in the pelvis in women, from standing. The patient must sit down or keep moving, if on her feet. She can walk fairly well, but is worse when standing quiet.

An aggravation after sleep fits into many of the complaints of Sulphur, but especially those of the mind and sensorium. Most of the, complaints of Sulphur are also worse after eating

The Sulphur patient is aggravated from, bathing He dreads a bath. He does not bathe himself and from his state in general he belongs to "the great unwashed" He cannot take a bath without catching "cold"

Sulphur will clear up the constitutional state when remedies have failed to reach the whole case because they are not deep enough. If the infant does not develop properly, if the bones do not grow, and there is slow closing of the fontanelles, Calc Carb Calcarea carbonica may be the remedy and Sulphur is next in importance for such slow growth.

You would not suppose that the Sulphur patient is so nervous as he is, but he is full of excitement; easily startled by noise, wakens, from sleep in a start as if he had heard a cannon report or seen a "spook"

The Sulphur patient is the victim of much trouble in his sleep. He is very sleepy in the fore part of the night, at times sleeping till 3 A.M., but from that time on he has restless sleep, or does not sleep at all. He dreads daylight, wants to go to sleep again, and when he does sleep he can hardly be aroused, and wants to sleep late in the morning. That is the time he gets his best rest and his soundest sleep. He is much disturbed by dreadful dreams and nightmare.

When the symptoms agree, Sulphur will be found a curative medicine in erysipelas. For erysipelas as a name we have no remedy, but when the patient has erysipelas and his symptoms conform to those of Sulphur, you can cure him with Sulphur

If you bear that distinction in mind you will be able to see what Homoeopathy means; it treats the patient and not the name that the sickness goes by.

The Sulphur patient is annoyed throughout his economy with surgings of blood here and there surging, with fullness of the head, which we have heretofore described as flashes of heat. It has marked febrile conditions and can be used in acute diseases.

Sulphur is suitable in the most troublesome "scrofulous" complaints in broken-down constitutions and defective assimilation. It has deep seated, ragged ulcers on the lower extremities, indolent ulcers, ulcers that will not granulate. They burn, and the little moisture that oozes out burns the parts round about. It is indicated often in varicose ulcers that bleed easily and burn much.

In old cases of gout, Sulphur is a useful remedy. It is a deep-acting remedy, and in most instances it will keep the gout upon the extremities, as its tendency is outward from centre to circumference.

Like Lycopodium Lycopodium and Calc Carb Calcarea, when suitably administered in old gouty conditions, not where there is much organic change present, it will keep the rheumatic state in the joints and extremities.

Sulphur, like Silicea Silicea, is a dangerous medicine to give where there is structural disease in organs that are vital, especially in the lungs.

Sulphur will often heal old fistulous pipes and turn old abscesses into a normal state, so that healthy pus will follow, when it is indicated by the symptoms. It will open abscesses that are very slow, doing nothing, it will reduce inflamed glands that are indurated and about to suppurate, when the symptoms agree.

But it is a dangerous medicine to administer in advanced cases of phthisis, and, if given, it should not be prescribed in. the highest potencies. If there are symptoms that are very painful, and you think that Sulphur must be administered, go to the 30 th or 200 th potency.

Do not undertake to stop the night sweats that come in the advanced stages, even if Sulphur seems to be indicated by the symptoms; the fact is, it is not indicated. A remedy that is dangerous in any case ought not to be considered as indicated, even though the symptoms are similar.

The great mischief done by allopaths is due to the fact that they want to cover up everything that is in the economy.

they act as if ashamed of everything in the human race.

whereas Homoeopathy endeavors to reveal everything in the human Ruta Graveolens rue and to antidote those drugs that cover up, and to free those diseases that are held down.

It is true that many patients will not have Homoeopathy because they do not want their syphilitic eruption brought to view they do not want the evidences of their indiscretion brought to light but Homoeopathy endeavors to do that. Conditions that are in the economy will come out under proper homoeopathic treatment. Sulphur brings complaints to the surface, so that they can be seen. It is a general broad antidote

Suppressions It is a medicine often called for in the suppression of eruptions from cold and from drugs, and even from Sulphur It is a great medicine to develop these things which have been covered tip, hence you will see Sulphur in all the lists of remedies useful for suppressed eruptions or for anything suppressed by drugs.

Even when acute eruptions have been suppressed, Sulphur becomes a valuable remedy. In suppressed gonorrhoea Sulphur is often the remedy to start up the discharge and re-establish the conditions that have been caused to disappear. Symptoms that have been suppressed must return or a cure is not possible.

Sulphur has been the remedy from the beginning of its history, from the time of Hahnemann, and on his recommendation, to be thought of when there is a paucity of symptoms to prescribe on, a latent condition of the symptoms due to psora. In this state it has been administered with so much benefit that the routine prescriber has learned the fact.

When apparently (superficially) well-indicated remedies fail to hold a patient, and symptoms cannot be found for a better remedy, it is true that Sulphur takes a deep hold of the economy and remedies act better after it.

Sulphur is well established from experience. You will find at times when you have given a remedy which seems well indicated, that it does not hold the case, and then you give the next best indicated remedy, and then the next, with the same result.

You will begin to wonder why this is, but you will see that, although the case does not call clearly for Sulphur, yet on its administration it so closely conforms to the underlying condition (and psora is so often the underlying condition) that it makes the remedies act better.

Sulphur is an observation that has been confirmed since the time of Hahnemann by all the old men.

Such things are only necessary when there is a paucity of symptoms, where after much study it is necessary to resort to what, seem the best measures, measures, justifiable to a certain extent, based upon observation and upon a knowledge of the conditions underlying the constitution of the whole race.

If known to be sycosis, we would select the head of the class of remedies looking like sycosis. Sulphur stands at the head of the list of remedies looking like the underlying psora.

In the coal regions of Pennsylvania, those who work in the mines and those living in the vicinity of the mines often need Sulphur We know that the coal is not made up of Sulphur.

there is a good deal in it besides.

but those who handle the coal often need Sulphur Persons who are always grinding Kaolin kaolin and the various products that are used in the manufacture of China china, and the workers among stone, especially require Calc Carb Calcarea and Silicea Silicea, but those who work in the coal mines often need Sulphur.

The patients look like Sulphur patients; they have the aspect, and even when their symptoms are localized and call for other remedies, you will get no good action from these remedies until you give them a dose of Sulphur, after which they go on improving.

Some believe this is due to the fact that there is so much Sulphur in the coal. We may theorize about these things as much as we have a mind to, but we do not want to fall into the habit of antidoting the lower potencies with the high.

Only use that method as a dernier ressort When there are no symptoms to indicate the remedy, then it is time for us to experiment, and then it is justifiable only when it is carried on by a man of the right sort, because such a man keeps within the limit. He knows how to give his remedy. Such a man is guided by the symptoms in each case so far as symptoms speak out.

In inflammatory conditions a purplish appearance of the inflamed parts, a venous engorgement, is seen under Sulphur.

Measles, when they come out with that purplish color, very often require Sulphur

Sulphur is a great remedy in measles.

The routinist can do pretty well in this disease with Pulsatilla Pulsatilla and Sulphur, occasionally requiring Aconite Aconite and Euphrasia Officinalis Euphrasia. Especially will Sulphur modify the case when the skin is dusky and the measles do not come out. This purplish color may be seen anywhere, in the erysipelas, in the sore throat, often on the forearms, legs and face.

The dreadful effects of vaccination are often cured by Sulphur In this it competes with Thuja Thuja and Malandrinum N/A

He has no thought of anybody's wishes or desires but his own. Everything that he contemplates is for the benefit of himself. This selfishness runs through the Sulphur patient. There is absence of gratitude.

Philosophical mania is also a prominent feature. Monomania over the study of strange and abstract things, occult things; things that are beyond knowledge; studying different things without any basis to figure upon; dwelling upon strange and peculiar things.

Sulphur has cured this consecutive tracing one thing to another as to first cause. It has cured a patient who did nothing but meditate as to what caused this and that and the other thing, finally tracing things back to Divine Providence, and then asking

"Who made God?"

She would sit in a corner counting pins and wonder, pondering over the insolvable question of "Who made God?"

One woman could never see any handiwork of man without asking who made it. She could never be contented until she found out the man who made it, and then she wanted to know who his father was; she would sit down and wonder who he was, whether he was an Irishman, and so on.

That is a feature of Sulphur It is that kind of reasoning without any hope of discovery, without any possible answer. It is not that kind of philosophy which has a basis and which can be followed up, reasoning in a series, reasoning on things that are true, but a fanatical kind of philosophy that has no basis, wearing oneself out.

Sulphur has an aversion to follow up things in an orderly fashion, an aversion to real work, an aversion to systematic work. The Sulphur patient is a sort of inventive genius When he gets an idea in his mind he is unable to get rid of it.

He follows it and follows it until finally accidentally be drops into some thing, and many times that is how things are invented. Such is a Sulphur patient. He is often ignorant but imagines himself to be a great man.

he despises education and despises literary men and their accomplishments, and he wonders why it is everyone cannot see that he is above education. Again, this patient takes on religious melancholy, not meditating upon the rational religion, but on foolish ideas about himself. He prays constantly and uninterruptedly, is always in his room, moaning with despair. He thinks he has sinned away his day of grace.

A patient needing Sulphur is often in a state of dullness and confusion of mind, with inability to collect the thoughts and ideas.

lack of concentration. He will sit and meditate on no one thing continuously, making no effort to concentrate his mind upon anything. He wakes up in the morning with dullness of mind and fullness in the head and vertigo. Vertigo in the open air. In the open air comes on coryza with this fullness in the head and dullness, so that there is a confusion of the mind.

In the books there is an expression that has been extensively used.

"Foolish happiness and pride; thinks himself in possession of beautiful things; even rags seem beautiful."

Such a state has been present in lunatics, and in persons who were not lunatics in any other way except on that one idea.

The Sulphur patient has an aversion to business He will sit around and do nothing, and let his wife take in washing and "work her fingernails off" taking care of him; he thinks that is all she is good for.

A state of refinement seems to have gone out of the Sulphur patient. Sulphur is the very opposite of all things fastidious. Arsenicum Album Arsenicum is the typical fastidious patient, and these two remedies are the extremes of each other. Arsenicum Album Arsenicum wants his clothing neat and clean, wants everything hung up well upon the pegs, wants all the pictures hung up properly upon the wall, wants everything neat and nice.

and hence the Arsenicum Album Arsenicum patient has been called "the Aurum Metallicum gold-headed-cane patient," because of his neatness, fastidiousness and cleanliness.

The very opposite of all that is the Sulphur patient.

"Indisposed to everything, work, pleasure, talking or motion; indolence of mind and body."

"Satiety of life; longing for indolence of mind and body.''

"Too lazy to rouse himself up, and too unhappy to live."

"Dread of being washed (in children)."

Yes, they will cry lustily if they have to be washed. The Sulphur patient dreads water and takes cold from bathing.

As to its relationship, Sulphur should not be given immediately before Lycopodium Lycopodium It belongs to a rotating group, Sulphur, Calc Carb Calcarea, Lycopodium Lycopodium.

First Sulphur, then Calc Carb Calcarea and then Lycopodium Lycopodium, and then Sulphur again, as it follows Lycopodium Lycopodium well. Sulphur and Arsenicum Album Arsenicum are also related.

You will very often treat a case with Sulphur for a while and then need to give Arsenicum Album Arsenicum for some time, and then back to Sulphur. Sulphur follows most of the acute remedies well.

The Sulphur patient is troubled is with much dizziness When he goes into the open air or when he stands any length of time, he becomes dizzy. On rising in the morning his head feels stupid, and on getting on his feet he is dizzy.

He feels stupid and tired, and not rested by his sleep, and "things go round." It takes some time to establish an equilibrium. He is slow in gathering himself together after sleep. Here we see the aggravation from sleep and from standing.

The Sulphur patient is subject to periodical sick headaches; congestive headaches, a sensation of great congestion with stupefaction, attended with nausea and vomiting. Sick headache once a week or every two weeks, the characteristic seven-day aggravation.

Most headaches coming on Sunday in working men are cured by Sulphur You can figure this out. Sunday is the only day he does not work, and he sleeps late in the morning and gets up with a headache that involves the whole head, with dullness and congestion. Being busy and active prevents the headache during the week.

Others have periodical headaches every seven to ten days, with nausea and vomiting of bile. Again he may have a headache lasting two or three days.

a congestive headache. Headache with nausea and no vomiting or headache with vomiting of bile. The headache is aggravated by stooping, generally ameliorated in a warm room and by the application of warmth.

aggravated from light, hence the desire to close the eyes and to go into dark room.

aggravated by jarring, and after eating.

The whole head is sensitive and the eyes are red, and there is often lachrymation, with nausea and vomiting. Headaches at times in those who suffer constantly from great heat in the vertex.

the top of the head is hot and burns and he wants cold cloths applied to the top of the head. These headaches associated with heat are often ameliorated by cold, but otherwise the head is ameliorated in a warm room.

The head feels stupid and sometimes he cannot think. Every motion aggravates and he is worse after eating and drinking, worse from taking cold drinks into the stomach and better from hot drinks. When the headaches are present the face is engorged.

bright red face. Headaches in persons who have a red face, a dirty face or sallow, a venous stasis of the face.

the eyes are engorged and the skin is engorged.

the face is puffed and venous in appearance.

Sulphur is useful in persons who get up in the morning with headache, dizziness and red face; in persons who say they know they are going to have the headache some time during the day because the face feels very full and is red in the morning, and the eyes are red.

Before the headache comes on there is a flickering before the eyes, a flickering of color. Scintillations, stars, saw teeth, zig-zags are forewarnings of a headache. Some Sulphur headaches that I have known present a peculiar appearance before the eyes.

a rhomboidal figure, obliquely placed, with saw teeth on the upper side and the body filled with spots.

Sometimes this figure is seen toward one side of the object looked at, sometimes on the other side, but it is seen equally distinct with both eyes at the same time.

These saw teeth are flashes of light, and the base of the figure grows increasingly darker until you get all the colors of the rainbow. Whenever he disorders his stomach he has this peculiar vision. Sometimes it comes in the morning after eating and sometimes at noon after eating. It comes also when be is hungry in the evening and delays his eating. These zig-zags come very often with that hungry all-gone feeling in the stomach.

We have the same state of affairs, similar appearance of zig-zags and flickerings in both Nat Mur Natrum muriaticum and Psorinum Psorinumbefore the headache. They are warning of headaches. These zig-zags, flickerings, sparks, stars and irregular shapes appear before the eye periodically, and may last an hour or so. In the head there is much throbbing. Morning headaches and headaches coming on at noon. Headaches also, as mentioned before that begin after the -evening meal and increase into the night, hindering sleep.

Scalp Upon the external head the itching is indescribable; constant itching, itching when warm in bed.

It is worse from the warmth of the bed and yet it is also worse from cold. itching eruptions; scaly, moist and dry eruptions; vesicles, pimples, pustules and boils; eruptions in general upon the scalp. Much dandruff in the hair, and loss of hair There is slow closing of the fontanelles.

"Humid, offensive eruption on top of the head, filled with pus, drying up into honey like scabs. Tinea capitis."

"Humid offensive eruption with thick pus, yellow crusts, bleeding and burning."

Hair dry, falling off, etc.

It has many symptoms, such as in olden times would be called scrofulous, but which we recognize as psoric. There is a tendency for every "cold" to settle in the eyes. Discharge of mucus and pus from the eyes. Ulceration and thickening of the eyelids, lids rolled outwards or inwards, loss of eyelashes; red and disturbed condition.

Sulphur has extensive eye symptoms. Eye symptoms with eruptions on the face and scalp, with itching of the skin, especially when warm in bed. Catarrhal eye symptoms that are made worse from washing.

When not only the eyes are aggravated by bathing, but the patient himself is aggravated from bathing and he dreads to bathe, and he has itching which is made worse from the warmth of the bed, and is subject to chronic sick headaches and has heat on top of the head, with such concomitants his eyes symptoms, no matter what will be cured by Sulphur. Sulphur has cured, cataract and iritis, inflammatory conditions and opacities, and all sorts of "hallucinations of sight" (coming with headaches)

"Flickering before the eyes" (as described)

"small dark specks; dark points and spots; black flies seem to float not far from the eyes; gas or lamp light seems to be surrounded with a halo," etc.

There are so many of these peculiar images before the eyes, but all have the Sulphur constitution.

"Burning heat in the eyes, painful smarting."

Every "cold" settles in the eyes, i. e,, the eye symptoms, when present, are increased and, when he has no eye symptoms, these are brought on from every "cold."

You have learned in the generals, that the catarrhal state is a very strong feature of Sulphur No mucous membrane of the body escapes, all have catarrhal discharges, copious, sometimes purulent, sometimes bloody. The eyes and ears are no exception.

The catarrhal state goes on in a patient until deafness follows. Thickening of the mucous membrane and of the drum. All sorts of strange noises in the ear until the hearing is lost. After structural changes have taken place and deafness comes on even if there is no cure for the deafness, you may cure the patient.

When a patient wants to know if he can be cured of his deafness you can never tell him. Many of the troubles are in the middle ear, and as you cannot examine it, you do not know how much structural change has taken place. You can only say that if the patient can be sufficiently cured then it can be ascertained. If the structural changes are not very great they will disappear after the patient is cured.

If the internal parts are destroyed, if there is a dry, atrophic catarrh of the middle ear, you can hardly expect to restore that middle ear. It has been destroyed.

the parts that are necessary for sensation no longer register sensation, because they have become atrophied. You can only talk to the patient about the prospects of curing him.

Donot entertain in your mind the idea of curing an organ. Keep that idea out of your mind as much as possible, and, when people want you to locate the disease in organs, keep quiet, because only the patient is sick.

Think as much as possible about the sick patient and as little as possible about the name or the pathological conditions of organs. So, when patients say,

"Doctor, can you cure my hearing?" answer them

"First, you must be cured. The first and most important thing is to cure you."

Cure the patient and then it will be seen afterwards what can be done for the ear, for the hearing. That keeps your mind in proper form, keeps you in right relation to the patient. If you were all the time talking of the ear, the patient would worry your life out about his ear.

"When are you going to do something for ear? When am I going to hear?"

Start out with the understanding that the whole patient is to be treated. Remember the patient first, and let him understand that. The idea of a patient going to a specialist for diseases of the ears should be discouraged unless a homoeopathist is at hand.

It is a disease of the whole body that is to be treated. There is no such trouble as an ear trouble considered apart from the constitutional state of the patient himself. Sulphur has "frequent stoppages of the ears, especially when eating or blowing one's nose."

"Sounds in ears."

Inflarnmation of various kinds. Discharges from the ears in a Sulphur patient.

You see I have avoided saying that Sulphur is a remedy for the ears. Many times you will cure patients of these "local diseases" if you select remedies for the patients, when the local symptoms would never have led you to the remedy.

You would never have thought of Sulphur for the ear alone, or for the prolapsus of the uterus, yet the patient needs Sulphur, and, having given it, you are astonished to see how the organs are turned into order after the constitution of the patient has been made orderly.

Now and then pains that are located here and there in the body are prescribed at by the physician, and failure follows. He hunts a remedy through and through to find some particular kind of pain that resembles the pain which the patient has. You should treat the patient and not bother about trifling pains.

Leave it out if you want to, but get a remedy for the patient. If that pain is in the remedy well and good, but if not do not bother about it. Do not bother about the little symptoms. You may even leave out a most prominent keynote in treating the patient

Sometimes that particular pain is the only symptom the patient wants cured, but if it is an old symptom, it will be the last thing to go away. Under such circumstances the patient will bother your life out wanting to know when that pain is going to be cured, but if you have knowledge of the matter you will not expect to relieve that pain the first time.

if you do relieve it you know that you have made a mistake, for the later symptoms should all go away first.

It is sometimes necessary, in order to hold a patient, to say,

"That symptom must not be cured first, but these little symptoms that you do not care much about will go away first."

You will hold that patient for life simply because you have told the truth, simply because you have exhibited to her that you know Such business is honestly acquired business.

"Smell before the nose as of an old catarrh," and so troublesome is the Sulphur nose, so troublesome is this catarrhal state that with odors he is made sick. He thinks he smells his own catarrh, and thinks others also smell it. The smell of this old catarrh, or of filthy things, keeps him nauseated. He is subject to coryzas.

constant sneezing, stoppage of the nose. Under coryza we read "fluent like water trickling from the nose.".

All the nasal discharges are acrid and burning.

Sulphur is a state in Sulphur Every time he takes "cold," it brings on a coryza. He cannot take a bath, he cannot become overheated, he cannot get into a cold place and cannot overexert himself without getting this "cold in the nose"

Changes of the weather establish a new attack, I have observed in numbers of those old people who are in the habit of taking large quantities of Sulphur in the spring for boils, and as a spring cleanser, that for the rest of the year they suffer from coryza and the various complaints of Sulphur

If you can hunt out some of these old Sulphur takers, you will have a very good picture of Sulphur, interesting for the homeopathic physician to look upon. He is also subject to nose-bleed, dry ulcers and scabs in the nose.

Periodical neuralgias of the most violent character, especially on the right side of the face. Long and tedious right-sided neuralgias. Persistent neuralgias in those that live in a malarial climate, when the short-acting remedies given for the neuralgia, such as Belladonna Belladonna and Nux Vomica Nux vomica, have only for a short time mitigated the suffering. If upon studying the whole case you find he turns out to be a Sulphur patient, Sulphur will permanently cure the neuralgia.

Sulphur cures erysipelatous inflammation of the face. In Sulphur the erysipelas commences on the right side of the face and about the right ear, and there is considerable swelling of the right car, and it spreads slowly, moves with sluggishness and is unusually purple. The whole patient is an offensive, filthy patient.

in spite of washing, his skin looks wrinkled, shriveled and like dried beef.

Sulphur is not so suitable in the cases that come on with rapidity and great violence, with vesicles and enormous blebs, but it suits those cases in which at first there is the appearance of a mottled dusky red spot on the face, and a little distance from it another spot and the another, and these, as it were, all run together, and after a week or so it develops into a sluggish erysipelatous state, and the veins seem to be distended, and he is passing into a state toward unconsciousness.

You will be astonished to see what Sulphur will do in such a case, which comes slowly as if there were a lack of vitality to develop it, a slow, sluggish, erysipelatous inflammation. Whereas, if it be Arsenicum Album Arsenicum, Apis Mel Apis or Rhus Tox Rhus tox, it spreads with rapidity. Arsenicum Album Arsenicum and Apis Mel Apis burn like, fire and Rhus Tox Rhus has blisters upon the erysipelatous patches.

The whole face in Sulphur is covered at times with patches of moist, scaly, itching, eczematous eruptions. Crusta lactea that involves the scalp and the cars, with moisture, thick yellow crusts, piling up, with much itching, which is worse when warm in bed. The child sleeps without covers. If there is itching in parts that are covered, when the parts become warm the itching increases. These eruptions are associated with eye diseases, catarrhal affections of the eyes and nose.

The Sulphur patient has thick incrustations upon the lips, scabby lips, chapped lips, cracks about the lips and corners of the mouth. The saliva oozes out of the mouth making red streaks. Eruptions with itching and burning about the lower part of the face. Herpetic eruptions about the mouth. All of these burn and become excoriated from the fluids of the mouth. Round about the under jaw there is swelling of the glands. Swelling and suppuration of the sub-maxillary glands swelling of the parotids. The glands of the neck are enlarged.

The teeth decay. There is a general unhealthy condition of the mouth and tongue. Foul taste and foul tongue. Ulceration of the mouth and burning in the ulcers. In the aphthae there is burning, stinging. White patches in the mouth.

Sulphur is a very useful remedy in sore mouth of nursing infants, and such as occurs in the mother during lactation. It has also deep-seated phagedenic ulcers that eat around the inner surface of the check. Peculiar little nodules form upon the tongue. and upon the sides of the mouth where the unhealthy teeth press.

The old Sulphur patient suffers from a general catarrhal state, as has been said, and the throat symptoms are of that sort. There is a catarrhal state which goes on even to ulceration. The tonsil is enlarged, and of a purplish aspect lasting for weeks and months, a general sore and painfully sensitive condition of the throat.

but it has also an acute sore throat. It is especially useful in inflammation of the tonsil with suppuration, when the aspect is purplish, venous, and not a bright red inflammation.

The purplish, dusky color is especially a Sulphur color. There is often burning in the throat, stitching, rawness, smarting, inflammation and difficult swallowing. It has cured diphtheria.

I have sufficiently covered appetite, desires and aversions under the generals. The Sulphur patients are commonly dyspeptics, patients who can digest almost nothing. They must live on the simplest forms of food in order to have any comfort at all; cannot digest anything like ordinary diet.

The stomach is sensitive to touch with the all-gone hungry feeling before mealtimes.

The Sulphur patient cannot go long without eating; he becomes. faint and weak. Great heaviness in the stomach after eating but little, after eating meat, or after eating foods that require a healthy stomach to digest.

Then he becomes the victim of pain. He will describe the pains in his stomach as burning pains and great soreness; he has a morbid feeling in the stomach; smarting, and rawness in the stomach. He will describe this sensation as

"Pain in the stomach after eating.

Sensation of weight in the stomach after eating," etc.

The Sulphur stomach is a weak stomach, is slow in digesting. There is acid and bilious vomiting, as a result of the disordered stomach. Sour taste in the mouth from the welling up of acids from the stomach.

The liver is a very troublesome organ.

There is enlargement and induration, with much painfulness, pressure and distress. With congestion of the liver, the stomach also takes on its usual symptoms, or, if present already, they are aggravated. The patient becomes jaundiced, with sensation of engorgement or fullness of the liver, dull aching in the liver.

He is subject to gall stones; tearing pains in the region of the gall duct, coming periodically, attended with much increase of his sallowness.

The Sulphur liver patient is the victim. of chronic sallowness, which increases and decreases. When this patient takes "cold" it settles in the liver.

every "cold," every bath he takes, every change of weather, aggravates his liver symptoms, and when these are worse he has less of other troubles. It localizes itself in attacks of bilious vomiting, in attacks of "bilious headaches," as he calls them.

At times the stool is black as tar, at others it is green and thick, and there are times when the stool is white. These stools alternate and change about with the engorgement of his liver, and then he is subject to gall stones.

He cannot stand because the abdominal viscera hang down so.

they seem to be falling. There is rawness, soreness, distension and burning, with diarrhoea with chronic diarrhoea, and then this goes on to more serious trouble, towards tubercle in the abdomen. The mesenteric glands become in filtrated with tubercle. There is nightly itching with the eruptions upon the abdomen, the itching being worse when warm in bed. Shingles come out about the sides and seem inclined to encircle the body.

He is also a flatulent patient There is much belching, much distension, much rumbling and passing of flatus. He has spells of colic without being flatulent; the wind is confined. Dreadful spells of colic, cutting, tearing pains relieved in no position; burning and smarting in the whole abdomen and soreness of the intestines.

Catarrh of the whole intestinal tract. That which he vomits is acid and smarts the mouth, and that which he passes by the anus is acrid and makes the parts raw. The liquid stool burns while it is passing, and there is much burning when passing moist flatus. He is often called to stool, but while sitting at stool he passes only a little fluid or a little moisture with flatus, and that fluid burns like coals of fire, and the anus becomes raw.

The stool may be thin faeces, yellow, watery, mucous, green, bloody, excoriating. The stool isoffensive, often sickening, of a penetrating odor which permeates the room, and "the smell of the stool follows, him around, as if he had soiled himself."

The diarrhea comes on especially in the morning and it is commonly limited to the forenoon. It drives him out of bed in the morning; as soon as he wakes up and moves in bed, he feels the urging to stool and must make great haste, or he will lose it; it is with difficulty that he can hold it until he reaches the commode.

The morning is the typical time, but a diarrhea that comes on any time after midnight, from midnight till noon, may be a Sulphur diarrhea. Very seldom would you -expect to cure with Sulphur a diarrhea that is in the habit of coming on during the afternoon. Sulphur has some evening aggravations in diarrhea, but these are exceptions.

it is the morning diarrhoea that we look to Sulphur to cure.

Sulphur is a wonderful remedy in cholera and in those cases of diarrhea that occur in cholera times, when the diarrhoea begins in the morning. It is also of great value in dysentery, when the stool is bloody mucus with constant straining. As in Merc Viv Mercurius he must sit long at stool because of a feeling as if he could not finish. Such is the typical Merc Viv Mercurius state a slimy stool with the sensation as if he could not finish.

Sulphur often cures this state after Merc Viv Mercurius fails. It is the natural follower of Merc Viv Mercurius when the latter has been misunderstood and given. In dysentery, when this tenesmus is of the most violent character, when the stool is pure blood, when it is attended also with much urging to urinate.

Mercurius Corrosivus Mercurius corrosivus gives the quickest relief. If the tenesmus is less violent, and there is not much straining to urinate, or it is altogether absent, Mercurius Solubilis Mercurius solubilis isthe more natural remedy. These medicines run very close to Sulphur in dysentery, but are more commonly indicated than Sulphur In Sulphur patients of course Sulphur will be the suitable remedy in dysentery.

He is subject to hemorrhoids, external and internal; great bunches that are sore and raw, burning and tender, and that bleed and smart with the liquid stool.

The urinary symptoms and those of the bladder and male sexual organs, combine to give a very important group in Sulphur

There is a catarrhal state of the bladder, constant urging to urinate and burning and smarting while urinating. The urine scalds the urethra while passing and the smarting is so great that it lasts a long time after urination. It is indicated in broken-down constitutions, in old inventors, in old philosophers who have been leading sedentary lives, who suffer from enlarged prostate N/A . burning in the urethra during and after the flow of urine, and a urethral discharge not unlike gonorrhoea, but really a chronic catarrhal state.

Mucus in the urine, sometimes a pus. In old cases of gleet, in old broken-down patients, when the ordinary gonorrhoea remedies, and the remedies especially fitted to the discharge itself, only palliate; when the patient himself is a Sulphur patient.

Such a patient has had a gonorrhoea and has been treated by remedies adapted to the new appearance, to the discharge itself, but a catarrhal state of the urethra follows, with burning in the urethra, swelling of the meatus, a red, swollen, pouty condition of the meatus, and only a drop collects, just enough to soil the linen, and this keeps up week after week, and sometimes for years.

he will be cured of this discharge by allowing potentized Sulphur to act long enough.

burning, stinging, smarting in the urethra for a long time after micturition.

Itching of the genitals, worse from warmth of the bed.

much sweat about the genitals.

coldness of the genitals. In the male, impotency.

the sexual desire is fairly strong, but he is unable to secure suitable erections.

or there is discharge of semen before intromission, or too soon after intromission. There is an inflammatory condition around the glans and foreskin. Herpetic eruptions under the foreskin, itching and burning. This patient has much annoyance from itching eruptions on the genitals.

The prepuce becomes narrow and cannot be drawn back inflammatory phimosis.

thickening or restriction of the prepuce. Inflammatory phimosis can be cured by remedies, if the phimosis depends upon some, trouble that is in itself curable. Congenital phimosis cannot be cured by remedies. The genitals are extremely offensive both to the patient and to the examining physician. The patient is likely to be very uncleanly.

he does not bathe himself, and the genitals accumulate their natural filth. Discharge of prostatic fluid when at stool.

Under female sexual, organs we have sterility. We have irregularity in the menstrual flow, menstrual flow suppressed from the slightest disturbance. Haemorrhage in connection with the menstrual flow; uterine haemorrhage; prolonged uterine haemorrhage.

In an abortion you may have selected Belladonna Belladonna, which war, suitable while the woman was aborting, and it may have overcome the present state.

or you may have selected Apis Mel Apis or Sabina Sabina, which was suitable for the early state, and it either postpones or checks the haemorrhage for the time or hurries the expulsion of the foetus.

but the haemorrhage starts in again and with its return we have prolonged tribulation. In many of these cases we can do nothing until we put the patient on Sulphur.

If the symptoms are masked, Sulphur stands very high. When Belladonna Belladonna has been given you will often have to follow it with Sulphur. Sabina Sabina, which has the most violent gushing haemorrhage in abortions, very commonly needs to be followed by Sulphur In such hemorrhagic affections, however i.e, in a prolonged recurring haemorrhage, a chronic condition, not in the first or most exciting time, not in the time of the earliest gushing, there are two very frequently indicated remedies, M. Sulphur and Psorinum Psorinum.

The flow keeps coming back in spite of ordinary remedies, and in spite of remedies selected upon the group of symptoms related to the pelvis. In many instances we go to a haemorrhage and the pelvic symptoms are prominent and all other symptoms clouded.

there is a gushing flow, the blood is hot, etc., and there are only a few symptoms.

but the next time you see the woman she is quiet enough to give other symptoms, and in the course of a few days more symptoms come out, as the hemorrhagic state is an outcome of the chronic condition.

Sulphur is unlike measles. You do not have to look into the chronic state until the measles or scarlet fever or small-pox is finished.

these are acute miasms. But the haemorrhage is a part of her constitutional state.

it is not a miasm. and hence when it is violent, calling for a remedy, probably the best adapted will he the short acting remedies, such as Belladonna Belladonna or even Aconite Aconite.

but then look into the constitutional state for it is likely some remedy will have to follow the Aconite Aconite or the Belladonna Belladonna, and commonly it is Sulphur.

the acute remedy being suitable to the violent action and then followed by its complementary medicine.

Women needing Sulphur are full of hot flashes, such as they are likely to have at the climateric period, and here it competes with Lachesis Lachesis and Sepia Sepia. Sulphur and Sepia Sepia are suitable in the most violent cases of dysmenorrhoea in girls and even in those of advanced age.

Most violent cases that have existed a long time, since the beginning of menstruation, in women who always needed Sulphur If you select a remedy merely on the kind of pain, on the sensitiveness of the uterus, on the appearance of the flow, i.e., on the pelvic symptoms, you will make a failure. You must treat the patient, even if the pelvic symptoms do not fall under the generals.

when the generals agree Sulphur will cure dysmenorrhoea even though you cannot fit it to the pelvic symptoms. The generals always precede and rule in every case.

Sulphur has violent burning in the vagina. Troublesome itching of the vulva. Great offensiveness from the genitals. Perspiration copious and foetid coming from about the genitals, down the inside of the thighs and up over the abdomen.

She is so offensive that the odors nauseate her, and this general state is true, it is not the imagination. Remember the over-sensitiveness to odors. Leucorrhoea copious, offensive, burning, sticky; it may be whitish or yellow; it is offensive, acrid, and causes itching about the part and excoriation.

There is much nausea during gestation, or only during the early period of gestation. In those women needing Sulphur, it will stop the nausea, and they will go into labor easily, with few protracted pains.

they will go through their labor with only the contractions, and these comparatively painless. The only pains in such cases will be those from the pressure of the child's head. Labor is painful we know, but it is comparatively easy when the woman is upon a suitable remedy. Sulphur is indicated then in women who have suffered from the most dreadful agony in confinement.

prolonged labor. Troublesome after-pains. Suitable also in swelling of the mammary glands.

Then we have septicemic conditions, with purulent lochia or suppression of the lochia. You may go to a case in which, on the third day, there has been a chill, the lochia has been suppressed, the woman has a high temperature and is covered from head to foot with sweat. As you put your hand under the covers you feel steam come up from the body so that you want to take your hand away, it is so hot. She is dazed and is sensitive over the whole abdomen.

You know now the meaning of the suppression of the lochia.

you have a puerperal fever on hand. Study closely for Sulphur instead of hunting around among Aconite Aconite, Bryonia Bryonia, Belladonna Belladonna, Opium N/A , etc. With these you will make a total failure in most instances, but Sulphur fits into just such a state and has cured many cases of puerperal fever.

If it is but a milk fever or mammary indisposition and the chill is only acute, then your short-acting remedies will do very well and even Aconite Aconite has been useful, but when it is a case of septicemia, Sulphur goes to the very root of it. When the feet burp, when there is a hungry feeling in the stomach, the night aggravation with sinking and exhaustion, and when throughout the body there is a sensation of steam rising or hot flashes, one after another, you must give Sulphur

Now, on the other hand, if in such a case, with the hot sweat and other general features, you have one rigor following another in rapid succession and no end to them, you cannot get out of that case without Lycopodium Lycopodium, which goes as deeply into the case as Sulphur When there is a continuous intermingling of little chillinesses and little quiverings throughout the body and the pulse has lost its proper relationship to the temperature, Pyrogenium Pyrogen must be administered. If there is a purplish appearance of the body, cold sweat all over, if there are remittent or intermit-tent chills, with thirst during -the chill, and at no other time, and the face is red during the chill, you must give Ferrum Met Ferrum, as no other remedy looks just like that.

When one side of the body is hot and the other side is cold and you find the woman in a tearful state, trembling with fear, nervous excitement and restlessness, give Pulsatilla Pulsatilla, which also has a septic state and is sufficient to overcome the septic condition.

Sulphur is suitable in surgical fever when it takes this form of flashes of heat and steaming sweat. In these deep-seated septic states, somewhere from beginning to end, Sulphur will most likely be wanted. You may see in the earlier stages of that septic state a number of Bryonia Bryonia symptoms, but Bryonia Bryonia cannot take hold of that case. Remember that in a septic state you want to get ahead of it in the first twenty-four hours.

you do not want to let it run on, and if Bryonia Bryonia has only mitigated it in its beginning then it is too late for Sulphur.

Go to Sulphur at once. Now, another thing, even if you have made a mistake in giving Sulphur and you find it does not take hold of the case, it always simplifies it, does good and never spoils it. It gives you a good basis to begin on. It goes to the bottom and simplifies the matter, and, if you have mental and nervous symptoms left still you have overcome that violent septic state which must be met at once, and the remaining symptoms in many instances are simple. Sulphur is a general remedy to begin with in those cases where the symptoms are not perfectly clear for another.

Every time he gets "cold" it settles in the chest or in the nose. In both these instances the catarrhal state hangs on and holds a long time; it seems never to be finished, always remains as a catarrhal state.

The nose, the inner chest and lungs furnish us localities for much trouble. The patient has had pneumonia and it has gone on to the period of infiltration.

you have taken the case in this advanced stage after Bryonia Bryonia has overcome the threatening features, and now when the patient should rally he does not rally.

he perspires all over, is tired and has a strange and singular consciousness that "there is something wrong in there.

a load in there;" "difficult breathing.

flashes of heat and yet not much fever.

sometimes coldness alternating with flashes of heat. I have often heard them say, ";.

There is a great load in there, doctor. I cannot get rid of it."

Upon close examination you find there is hepatization and now comes the time for such remedies as Phosphorus Phosphorus, Lycopodium Lycopodium and Sulphur, and Sulphur leads them all.

When Bryonia Bryonia has been sufficient for the earlier symptoms, or when Aconite Aconite has cleared them up, there has been too much for these remedies to relieve, then hepatization comes on. If this is confined to only a small area it will keep up quite a chronic course, but Sulphur will clear it up. If, however, it is a double pneumonia, or the hepatization involves a considerable portion of the lung, and the remedy given has not been sufficient, and the case is advancing towards a fatal issue, it may be that all at once at one, two or three o'clock in the morning, he begins to sink, his nose becomes pinched, his lips are drawn, he takes on a hippocratic countenance, is covered with cold sweat, be is too feeble in every part of his body to move.

he only moves his head a little in a restless manner.

Unless you are called at once and give him a dose of Arsenicum Album Arsenicum he will die. You give the Arsenicum Album Arsenicum, and you have done well, but Arsenicum Album Arsenicum has no ability to remove the results of inflammation. But though it cannot cure that hepatized lung it acts as a vital stimulant.

it warms up the patient and makes him feel he is going to get better.

but, mark this, in twenty four hours he will die unless you follow the Arsenicum Album Arsenicum with the proper remedy.

You must not wait on your remedy too long in these cases. Just as soon as he rallies and the reaction is at its highest pitch, give him the antidote and natural follower of Arsenicum Album Arsenicum, which is Sulphur, and in twenty-four hours the patient will say,

"I am getting better."

As sure as you exist today, it will do just that thing. There are times when you will see clearly that Phosphorus Phosphorus isthe medicine to follow Arsenicum Album Arsenicum with. If such a patient, rallying under Arsenicum Album Arsenicum, goes into a fever, if a hot fever comes on with burning thirst and he cannot get enough ice-cold water, you must follow it with Phosphorus Phosphorus, and it will do in that case what Sulphur will do in the other.

You will not see these cases in your own practice because you will not let your cases get into that state; if such cases have power enough to live when prescribed for properly in that state, they have power enough to let you break up the whole nature of the case in the beginning

But go back to that patient who had only a circumscribed hepatization and felt well enough to get up and go around. He has a lingering cough, and now six months or a year after the attack he says.

"Doctor, I have never been right since I had an attack of chest trouble.

The doctor called it pneumonia."

He can tell you about the rusty sputum and the other little things that belong to pneumonia; that is all you need to know. He has had a chronic cough ever since that attack and now he has chilliness.

There is fibrinous infiltration, not a tuberculous state, but the remains of hepatization that nature could not cure. If that is allowed to go on be will go into catarrhal phthisis, asthmatic conditions of chronic bronchitis and troubles of various sorts, and finally he will die from these. Sulphur will very often conform to all of his symptoms.

it especially has the ability to clear up the lungs that were not properly cleared up at the time of his illness.

Sulphur cures bronchitis. It cures asthmatic bronchitis when the symptoms agree. Sulphur has a most violent cough that racks the whole frame.

it seems that the head will fly off.

pain in the head when coughing.

the head is jarred by the cough. Then he has expectoration of blood, bleeding from the lungs.

in all of these cases threatening phthisis, when there is yet not too much deposit of tubercle, when there is only the beginning of tubercular deposit.

The low, stricken down constitution, the emaciated subjects that have inherited phthisis who have the all-gone hungry feeling in the stomach, heat on the top of the head and uneasiness from the warmth of the bed.

These cases would be better if they had plenty of eruptions come out upon the body; but as a matter of fact the skin has no eruptions; there is no relief; it is all going on in his internals and he is gradually breaking down.

Sulphur will in such instances rouse that patient out of his phthisical state and he will return to health, or, if be is too bad for that be may be kept for years from his troubles. Look out for it in the advanced state of phthisis. You have had sufficient said concerning its administration in such a condition. It increases the suppuration, and brings on little pneumonias wherever there is a tubercle.

it tends to suppurate these out. Every cell that is incapable of carrying on its function will be sloughed out by Sulphur.

The extremities are covered with eruptions. Eruptions upon the back of the bands and between the fingers, and sometimes upon the palms; vesicular and scaly eruptions which itch; pustules, boils and little abscesses irregular erysipelatous patches here and there upon the extremities a dirty appearance of the skin.

Enlargement of the joints. Rheumatic affections.

great stiffness of the joints.

tightness in the hollow of the knees.

tightness of the tendons, of rheumatic and gouty character. Cramps in the legs and soles of the feet. Burning of the soles of the feet in bed.

he puts them out of bed to cool them of the soles cramp and burn and itch.

At times you will find the soles are cold, and then again burning, and these states alternate with each other. Distress of the body with coldness of the limbs, but after going to bed they burn so much that he must put them out. The corns, which he is a victim of and suffers from almost constantly, burn and sting in the warmth of the bed.

The skin of a Sulphur patient ulcerates and suppurates easily; asplinter under the skin will cause it to ulcerate; wounds heal slowly and fester. Every little prick of a pin festers as in Hep Sulph Calc Hepar

The eruptions of Sulphur are too numerous to mention. They are of all sorts, but there are a few characterizing features in all, such as the burning, stinging and itching and the aggravation from the warmth of the bed.

The skin is rough and unhealthy. Upon the face are many "black-heads," acne, pimples and pustules. Sulphur is full of boils and abscesses in all parts of the body, squamous eruptions, vesicular eruptions, etc.

They are all present in Sulphur and they burn and sting.

Hahnemann's king of anti-psorics; combating all psoric manifestations, as described in Hahnemann's chronic diseases.

Itching eruptions on the skin everywhere; scratching is followed by burning.

Burning everywhere, general and local, especially feet; has to stick them out of bed to cool them.

Redness of all orifices, as if pressed full of blood (lips, ears, nostrils, eyelids, anus, urethra, etc.).

Exudations into serous sacs following acute inflammations.

Weak, faint, after hot flashes, followed by sweat, especially at 11 A. M.

Modalities worse 5 A. M. (diarrhoea), standing; 11 A. M., close room, open air, bathing, cold damp weather; better doors and windows open, sitting or lying.


Now upon this symptom -"When carefully selected remedies fail to act favorably, etc.," as we said when writing of a certain group under Nux Vomica Nux vomica -this is putting it in too wholesale a fashion. Let no one understand that Sulphur is the only remedy capable of removing psoric complications, but simply that Sulphur will be likely to be oftener indicated here, because it oftener covers the usual manifestations of psora in its pathogenesis than any other remedy. There are anti-psorics, like Psorinum Psorinum, Causticum Causticum, Graphites Graphites, etc., which may have to be used instead of Sulphur. And we know which one by the same law which guides us in the selection of the right remedy any time. Another thing must not be forgotten. All the anti-psoric remedies have their own individual sphere of action outside their anti-psoric powers; and often a close study of the case in hand, where other remedies have failed, as we had supposed, on account of psora, will reveal that the anti-psoric remedy was the true simillimum from the start, independent of any psoric element.

To undertake to go over the whole range of action of Sulphur would be simply to give its whole symptomatology. That is not the object of these notes, but we can notice only the red line indications which lead the careful prescriber to its further study in the Materia Medica.

One of the chief characteristics of Sulphur is found under the head or rubric of sensation, viz., that of Burning. Burning on vertex (outer and inner head); burning in eyes, painful smarting.

After reading such a list of burning in the cured and characteristic symptoms of Sulphur one does not wonder that hell is represented as being heated by this substance, for it seems by its pathogenesis as though it were eternally burning. Arsenicum Album Arsenicum album, Phosphorus Phosphorus and Sulphur lead the list in our Materia Medica for burners. These burning sensations are found in both acute and chronic diseases. Of course there are several other remedies that have this symptom in an intense degrees and must be chosen if the other symptoms come in to complete the picture of similarity. Among these of first importance may be named Aconite Aconite, Agaricus N/A , Apis Mel Apis, Belladonna Belladonna, Cantharis Cantharis, Capsicum Annuum Capsicum, Carbo Animalis Carbo animalis and Acid Phos Phosphoric acid. I think Arsenicum Album Arsenicum leads in all acute diseases, while Sulphur leads in chronic affections We, as homoeopathists, do not yet fully appreciate the value of sensations.

The action of Sulphur upon the circulation is to cause and cure local congestions and a chronic tendency thereto. In other words, it seems to have the power of equalizing the circulation in persons subject to such local congestions and inflammations. These, either acute or chronic congestions, may manifest themselves in boils, swellings, felons, abdominal or portal congestions and inflammations, and here it is especially indicated if caused by suppressed haemorrhoids; congestions to the head may result from the same cause.

feels so oppressed that he wants doors and windows open. This rush of blood seems to fill the whole chest, the heart feels as if "too full," palpitates and labours, as if trying to rid itself of a burden. .

The orifices of the body are red, as if pressed full of blood. The lips are red as vermilion, ears very red.. All these are manifest indications for Sulphur. Especially is the true if these symptoms follow, or are consequent upon, the suppression or retrocession of some eruption or skin trouble. If inward affections work outward towards the surface there is not usually cause for alarm, but it they go the other way look out for breakers, there is shipwreck ahead. No one need tell me that there is no relation of skin to internal troubles. I have seen too much of it, and have cured many cases of that character, where a restoration of the skin disease relieved the internal which had followed its retrocession or suppression.

There is one thing about Sulphur that it often under-estimated by the profession in general, viz., its power of absorption. It is after the stage of effusion has set in or even later when this stage is passed and the results of the inflammatory process are to be gotten rid of; like the enlargement of the joints in rheumatism, exudations into serous sacs, pleura, meningeal membranes, peritoneum, etc. Bryonia Bryonia is one of the remedies first thought of in these cases, and we have another remedy that is making a record for itself here, viz., Kali Muriaticum Kali muriaticum.

No remedy has more general, positive and persistent action upon the skin than Sulphur. With or without eruption, itching and burning, are the characteristic sensations attending the skin symptoms. If any one doubts the itch-producing power of Sulphur let him work a day or two in the bleaching room of a broom factory. I have tried the experiment, and we all remember the fact that our mothers and grandmothers used to cure or rather over-cure itch with it.

So strong is this affinity of Sulphur far the skin that it seems bent on pushing everything internal out on the surface. Especially is this true if it is something that naturally belongs there. Over twenty-five years ago I had a case that illustrates this. A lady (maiden) had been an invalid for fourteen years. Her trouble seemed to center in her stomach. So that for all that long period of time she could eat nothing but at little Graham bread and milk, hardly enough to sustain life and in the earlier part of her sickness for a long time was able only to take a teaspoonfull of milk at a time. She was an almost literal walking skeleton. I found, after much questioning and several failures to relieve her much, that about fifteen years before she had with an ointment suppressed an eczema of the nape and occiput. She boasted that she had never seen a vestige of it since. I gave that lady Sulphur 200th and in three weeks from that time had that eruption fully restored and her stomach trouble completely relieved. The deacon of her (Presbyterian) church exclaimed as she came walking up a long hill to service, "Here comes Susan F., who has been dying for the last fourteen years and lo and behold, she is the biggest, fattest one among us!" Now how about the relation of skin to internal trouble? I can report a number of as convincing cases in my own practice cured with Sulphur, Arsenicum Album Arsenicum, Causticum Causticum or other remedies. One thing must be recognized and never lost sight of, viz., that symptoms weigh whether we can give the pathological interpretation of them or not. Here are a few of that kind from the pathogenesis of Sulphur

"Particularly efficacious with lean, stoop-shouldered persons, who walk or sit stooped; standing is the most uncomfortable position."

"Dirty, filthy people, prone to skin affections."

"Children cannot bear to be washed or bathed."

"Voluptuous itching; scratching relieves; after it burning."

"Complaints continually relapsing."

"Congestion to single parts."

"Pain in heart, extending to back."

"Scrofulous (psoric) chronic diseases that result from suppressed eruptions."

"Discharges from every outlet acrid, excoriating and reddening."

"Offensive odor of body despite frequent bathing."

"Hot flushes with spells of faintness, or debility passing off with a little moisture, faintness or debility."

"Weak, faint spells frequently during the day."

"Burning in feet, wants to find a cool place for them; puts them out of bed to cool them off." (Chamomilla Chamomilla, Medorrhinum Medorrhinum, Sanicula Aqua Sanicula.)

"Feels suffocated; wants doors and windows open, particularly at night."

"Diarrhoea after midnight; Painlessly driving out of bed early in the morning, as if the bowels were too weak to retain their contents."

"Weak, empty, gone or faint feeling in stomach about 11 A. M."

"White tongue with very red tip and borders."

"Bright redness of lips as if the blood would burst through." (Tuberculinum Tuberculinum).

"Heat on crown of head; cold feet; frequent flushing."

Every true homoeopath knows the value of these and many more symptoms of Sulphur. No one else appreciates them. Again, none but those who use the potentized Sulphur can ever know what it is capable of curing.

Dose

Sulphur acts in all potencies from the lowest to the highest. Some of the best results are obtained from the higher, and not too frequent doses. The twelfth potency is a good one to begin treatment with, going higher or lower according to the susceptibility of the susceptibility of the patient. In chronic diseases, 200th and upward. In torpid eruptions the lowest potencies.

Region

CIRCULATION VENOUS

Portal Abdomen

NUTRITIVE ORGANS

MEMBRANES Mucous

Serous

Rectum

Chest

SKIN; folds

VERTEX

SOLES

Joints

Glands

Characteristics

Sul., when indicated, will cause absorption of effusions, pleuritis (plastic, or hydrothorax), hydrocephalic, or synovial. I have frequently cured ganglion of the wrist with Sul. cm and lower, given on general indications. In the rheumatism of Sul. the affection begins below and spreads upwards. (This is analogous to the "from without inwards" direction of the psoric complaints which Sul. meets and reverses.) Sul. acts on the right eye and on all regions of the head

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