Indicated in neuralgia of malarial origin and in malarial fevers, with startling regularity in the occurrence of the paroxysms. Also used as a direct local application to cure the bites of insects and snakes.
Indicated in low fevers with high temperature, vitiated state of the blood and every great weakness; in typhus and typhoid fever, septic conditions generally, with haemorrhagic tendency.
Indicated in a large variety of affections, especially those of the skin and mucous membrane, skin, eyes, ears, nose, throat, etc. In ulcerations in different parts of the body, as eye, nose, throat, cheeks, rectum, urethra, genitalia. Anal fissure, coughs, etc.
Indicated in spinal disease, with intense neuralgic pain and tendency to motor paralysis; locomotor ataxia; neurasthenia; angina pectoris; gastralgia; also used in oxaluria with gouty pain.
Indicated in rheumatic and neuralgic affections, particularly in diaphragmitis and pleurodynia; in affections of the nerves associated with burning eruptions of the skin, as herpes zoster.
Indicated in affections of the respiratory organs, chiefly of children;
Indicated in conditions characterized by prominence of urinary symptoms and very great tympanitis; it has with these indications proved valuable in pelvic peritonitis, abdominally dropsy, especially when following some acute disease, renal congestion, cystitis, strangury and typhoid fever.
Indicated in gastro-intestinal diseases of children, with great nervous involvement, violence of all the symptoms and intolerance of milk.
Indicated in indigestion, with bilious derangements; constipation; headache with vertigo and gastric disorders; diarrhoea, particularly during hot weather; bronchitis, pneumonia, coughs; fevers tending towards a typhoid state; rheumatic affections; inflammation of serous and synovial membranes. Suited to persons of dark complexion, vigorous constitution, lean, of firm fibre, of rather irritable disposition.
Indicated in functional diseases of the nervous system (faintings, palpitation of the heart, hysteria, etc.), associated with flatulency, tremblings, disposition to faint, and sense of great coldness.