The Materia Medica by Dr. Cyrus Maxwell Boger (1861 – 1935) was written in 1915 & he was an American homeopath.
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Mind.– Condition similar to intoxication. Stupefaction. Loss of consciousness. Blunting and insensibility of perceptive powers. Weakness of mind and memory. sad and very low spirited. Anxiety, with fear of impending evil. Peevish.
Head.– Dull, pressive, stupefying ache. Dull heaviness. Congestion, with heat and throbbing therein. Feeling as though brain fell into forehead when stooping. Cold feeling in forehead or vertex, as of a cold wind blowing down neck and back. Worse: Afternoon, evening, in room, stooping. Better: In open air.
Eyes.– Staring, distorted. Protruding. Dilated, immobile pupils. Surrounding objects appear enlarged. Obscured vision, as of a veil before.
Ears.– Difficult hearing.
Nose.– Fluent coryza with sore throat.
Face.– Sunken, livid gray. Distorted. Puffed. Twitchings in. Foam from mouth. Lockjaw. Eruption about mouth.
Mouth.– Dry buccal cavity. Roughness and dry feeling in throat. Contraction of throat when drinking. Spasm of throat and oesophagus. Impeded swallowing. Fluids roll audibly down throat. Speech difficult or lost.
Stomach.– Inflammation of. Cooling burning in. Faintish stomach – ache.
Thirst: Intense, with dry mouth.
Nausea: From Stomach, with vomiting of ingesta.
Abdomen.– Cooling, burning in. Colicky contraction and cutting in. Griping about navel.
Stool.– Involuntary. Constipation. Diarrhoea with tenesmus.
Urine.– Suppressed. Retained, as from paralysis of bladder. Involuntary urination.
Sexual Organs.– Gangrene of penis.
Female.– Menses: Of thin, fluid blood, too early and too profuse.
Respiration.– Weak, anxious and slow, Rattling. tightness of chest, as though he could not inflate lungs properly. Threatening paralysis of lungs, with cessation of expectoration.
Cough.– Short, dry, hacking c., excited by tickling in throat. With copious expectoration of gelatinous mucus dotted with blood. Frequently recurring, whistling, spasmodic, single coughs, excited by tickling in larynx and trachea, as if they were dry.
Larynx, etc.– Hoarseness, with scratching in, and in trachea. Spasmodic constriction of trachea.
Chest.– Constriction of. Sticking in, more in ribs. Pressure upon sternum. Irregular heart beat.
Generalities.– Sticking and tearing in limbs. Extraordinary physical relaxation. Rapid sinking of strength. Painless paralysis of limbs. Want of vital energy and falling reaction. Apoplexies with paralysis. Convulsive twitching. Epileptic convulsions, with foam from the clenched mouth. Tonic spasm. complaints without pain. Aggravation in evening. He feels better in the open air and at night. The pains of laur are very apt to be accompanied by loss of memory.
Skin.– Between the fingers it is raw and exfoliates, water causes it to burn.
Sleep.– Irresistible somnolency, especially after dinner and in evening.
Fever.– Pulse: Externally irregular, now small and slow, often imperceptible, then again somewhat accelerated, seldom full and hard. Weak. Veins on hands are distended. Chill: Coldness and shivering in afternoon and evening, not external warmth. Alternating with beat. Want of natural vital heat. Heat. After the chill, in evening until midnight. Running down the back. Sweat: Mostly with the heat and continuing until toward morning. After eating.
Relationship.– Allied Remedies: Canth., HYDROC AC., Ip., Kali – c., Merc., Spig.