Indicated in neuralgic pains and spasmodic affections of exhausted, languid persons, especially women and children.
Peevish, complaining; laments over the pain she suffers.
Neuralgic pains over eyes, behind ears, in teeth, in sciatic nerve, better from application of external warmth, worse from cold (cold air, cold water).
Neuralgic pain about the heart, like angina pectoris, and palpitation.
Colic with great flatulency, causing the patient to double up, with copious belching of gas, without relief; fulness in the abdomen, obliging him to unfasten his clothing; better from warmth, pressure, rubbing.
Menstrual flow dark, membraneous, too early, with ovarian pain of neuralgic character.
Worse on the right side; from touching anything cold.
Better from warmth; pressure, bending double.
(First Lessons in the Symptomatology of Leading Homoeopathic Remedies by H. R. Arndt, M. D. Philadephia. Boericke and Tafel.)