Indicated in affections of children and elderly people, nervous, of lymphatic temperament; particularly useful in the treatment of catarrhal affections, coughs, bronchitis, etc.
Very sensitive to the open air.
Great aversion to water.
Stoppage of nose at night; cannot breathe through the nose.
Nose bleeds easily; when washing the face; in the morning; from eating.
Ozaena, with copious discharge of bloody mucus.
Tip of nose looks red.
Cough of elderly people, rattling loose, yet difficult to raise anything; after much effort raises mucous, at times slightly tinged with specks of blood.
Night cough, worse at 3 or 4 o?clock a. m.; from tickling in the throat, as though there were dust in it.
Breathing oppressed; aggravated by slightest exertion and by entering a warm room.
Thick, red rash all over the body, like scarlet fever rash.
Burning, acrid leucorrhoea, watery; aversion to sexual intercourse.
Menses copious, black, too early, clotted, with sense of great exhaustion and chilliness.
Worse from cold; from being washed; on the right sided; from 3 to 4 a. m.
Better from lying on the affected side or on the stomach; in dry weather; from external pressure.
(First Lessons in the Symptomatology of Leading Homoeopathic Remedies by H. R. Arndt, M. D. Philadephia. Boericke and Tafel.)