The Materia Medica by Dr. Cyrus Maxwell Boger (1861 – 1935) was written in 1915 & he was an American homeopath.
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Mind.– Very excitable and sensitive disposition with indifference to everything. Hypochondriacal and hysterical restlessness and anxiety. Vacillating mood, and inconstancy.
Head.– Congestion to, with throbbing. Fleeting stitching in forehead, sides or temples, which jerk outward thro’ head. Pressure as of a dull instrument or plug in side and temples. Outward pressure, with pressing over eyes as if sleepy. Stupefying tension, most in left side. Worse: Afternoon and evening, rest, in room, after lying down, sitting bent. Better: Walking in open air: raising up, touch.
Eyes.– Burning in balls, also extending from within outward. Dry feeling in.
Ears.– Difficult hearing with suppuration of.
Nose.– Pressure in, as if it would burst. (Ham’.) Sense of numbness in bridge of. Offensive, purulent discharge from.
Face.– Sense of tensive numbness in bones of. Pressive numb feeling in chin.
Mouth.– Dryness and burning in, and in pharynx. Sensation of a body ascending into throat.
Stomach.– Pressure in, after eating. Feeling of fullness in region of. Pulsation in pit of. Disordered, after fat food.
Hypochondria: Pressure or sticking pains from within outward in liver.
Eructations: Acrid, rancid, as after fat food.
Abdomen.– Sticking pain from within outward in sides of.
Flatulence: Pinching flatulent colic. Much stinking flatus.
Stool.– Ineffectual urging to. Foul smelling diarrhoea with bellyache and discharge of stinking flatus.
Urine.– Brown acrid smelling. Spasm of bladder during and after urination.
Respiration.– Compression of chest with rapid breathing and a small pulse. Spasmodic tightness of chest, as if lungs could not be sufficiently expanded.
Chest.– Pressure, with difficult respiration. Throbbing in. Sticking from within outward in. Palpitation.
Back.– Sticking in scapulae, muscles of back and loins.
Upper Extremities.– Twitching of muscles of arms and hands.
Lower Extremities.– Twitching of muscles of legs and feet. Swollen ankles. Sticking and throbbing in great toe.
Generalities.– Jumping and quivering of muscles in many parts (Phel.) Continued dull sticking pains from within outward. Lancinating pains and lancinating burning pains. Intermittent pains. Puffiness and heaviness of body. Chorea. Hysterical attacks. Most of the pains are associated parts. Great sensitiveness to touch. The pains are ameliorated or change place from touch, but on the other hand are not affected by a change of position (sang.)
Bones.– Painful osteitis. Softening and curvature of (rachitis). Interstitial distension of. Caries with thin, ichorous, fetid pus.
Skin.– Hot, dark – red swelling of single parts. External inflammations with inclination to suppuration. Gangrenous ulcers with unhealthy pus and painful areolae.
Sleep.– Unusually great desire for.
Fever.– Pulse: Small, but greatly accelerated and irregular. Chill: Coldness and dry skin. In afternoon, shouldering running over body, especially over back.
Heat: Of face after dinner, with anxiety and sleepiness, but without thirst. Sweat: Entirely wanting, only seldom a somewhat cold moisture on skin.
Relationship.– Allied Remedies: Arg-n., Aur., Caust., CHIN., Men., MERC., Nit-ac., Phos-ac., Plat., Puls. Sep.