The Materia Medica by Dr. Cyrus Maxwell Boger (1861 – 1935) was written in 1915 & he was an American homeopath.
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Mind.– Vanishing senses. Raving, Great fears. Hopeless dependency. Hurried manner. Madness.
Sensorium.– Reeling, vertigo. Stupefied and unconscious.
Head.– Violent congestion to. constriction and throbbing in brain, especially in occiput. Meningitis from sunstroke. Convulsively drawn sideways and backward. Worse: Motion, cold, fresh air. Better: Lying down, thinking of the pain.
Eyes.– Troubles, fixed look. Sunken. Distorted. Greatly contracted pupils. Strongly reflecting and very bright objects cause photophobia.
Ears.– Hot and inflamed, externally. Suppurating ulcers in.
Nose.– Coryza. Nasal irritation. Feeling of a discharge but there is non.
Face.– Deathly pale, alternating with redness. Icy cold, bluish – pale, Erysipelas on. Distorted facial expression. Trismus from spasm of masseter muscles.
Mouth.– Burning in, and down throat into stomach. Foam from.
Stomach.– Burning in. Great sensitiveness of pit to touch, it causes him to scream aloud.
Appetite: Thirstless. (Intense thirst.) Repugnance to tobacco.
Taste: Bitter, of food. Of all food is intensified.
Abdomen.– Burning heat in entire.
Rectum.– Irritation as if piles sitting on something hard.
Stool.– Difficult, on account of narrowing rectum. Constipation, as from want of peristaltic action of intestines.
Urine.– Retention of, with tenesmus of neck of bladder. Yellowish – green, musty smelling thin, weak urinary stream.
Sexual Organs.– Want of sexual desire. Complete impotency.
Respiration.– Asthmatic oppression of chest (also from copper and arsenical fumes). Intense oppression of chest. with constriction of larynx, as from sulphur vapor.
Larynx.– Crying and whining in a hollow, hoarse tone.
Chest.– Audible palpitation after eating, Trembling of heart.
Upper Extremities.– Convulsive rotation of arms. Icy cold hands.
Lower Extremities.– Great weakness of lower legs. Tensive pain in calves of legs and feet.
Generalities.– Generalized tonic spasm with unconsciousness. Epileptic and convulsive attacks of a tonic kind, he falls to the ground unconscious, Unusual and rapid sinking of strength. Insensibility. Great tendency to take cold. Great sensitiveness to cold and cold air, all the symptoms an intensified thereby. Most pains are felt only when in a partly inattentive (self – abstracted) states. (Mag-p., Ars.) Camph. antidotes many remedies and corrects spoiled cases (Paor.). setting them in order again. Sometimes it acts powerfully again if an intercurrent dose of Opium is given.
Skin.– Erysipelatous Inflammations. Dry.
Sleep.– Stupefying somnolence with raving. Sleepiness at night, as though from nervous excitement. Snoring.
Fever.– Pulse: Small, weak and slow, often imperceptible. Diminished flow of blood to parts distant from heart. Chill: Chilliness and sensitiveness to cold air. With shuddering and shaking. General icy coldness of entire body, with a deathly pale face, and congestion of blood to head and chest. Heat: With distended blood vessels, increased by every movement, Sweat: Cold often clammy, always debilitating.
Relationship.– Allied Remedies: Brom., Canth., Glo, OP., Sec-c., Verat-a.