The Materia Medica by Dr. Cyrus Maxwell Boger (1861 – 1935) was written in 1915 & he was an American homeopath.
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Mind.– Indolence, with indisposition to both mental and physical exertion. Greatly increased irritability after eating. Extraordinary excitability and sensitiveness. Irresistible inclination to sing.
Head.– Pressive pain in front, stooping.
Eyes.– Look as though he had been weeping, with biting in canthi and red conjunctiva. Biting tears in, when in open air.
Ears.– Ache, with sticking pains. Dry herpes on lobules. A hissing sound in, excited by passing the hand over them, talking and drawing air thro nose.
Nose.– Violent crawling in. Sticking tearing high up in. Sensation as though one nostril, were half obstructed. Nasal polypi. Frequent sensing, with crawling in, without coryza. Coryza with stopped nostrils. glasses make the nose sore.
Face.– Pale countenance. Frequent sense of a flush of heat, without redness. A pair of deep furrows with high edges on both sides of inner surface of under lip.
Teeth.– Violent tearing in roots of stomach, teeth and adjacent gums.
Mouth.– Biting and scraping in posterior fauces and at root of tongue. Much mucus in. Pressive or sticking sore throat, which impedes swallowing.
Taste: Musty, after hawking up mucus.
Stomach.– Sense of emptiness with rumbling in. Anxious oppression in pit.
Regurgitation of ingesta of a bitter taste.
Appetite: Sensation of hunger, in morning and evening.
Abdomen.– Cutting in bowels after drinking beer or water.
Flatulence: Copious, silent discharge of hot, bilious – smelling flatus. Obstructed f.
Stool.– Profuse evacuation of papescent, foul feces. Discharge of many ascarides.
Anus.– Incessant itching and crawling in.
Urine.– Increased discharge of watery u.
Sexual organs.– Greatly diminished sexual desire.
Cough.– In evening after lying down, a short, dry, irritating c., from tickling in upper air passages (or as from dust therein), it is by the cough itself.
Chest.– Tight feeling in (not connected with breathing). Accumulation of mucus, with a sense of dryness in air passages.
Upper Extremities.– The fingers are easily bent over. Burning in finger – tips. Panaritis.
Lower Extremities.– Toe – nails are ulcerated and grow into the flesh.
Generalities.– Rheumatic tearing in limbs, especially in bones and joints. Asleep sensation in limbs. Damp weather aggravates. Sensation of nervous agitation and trembling in entire body. Sense of general relaxation of noon. Desire for exercise in open air, which is very agreeable and does not tire.
Bones.– Tearing in.
Sleep.– Nightly restlessness and sleeplessness from excitement, especially before midnight. Late falling to.
Fever.– Pulse: Somewhat accelerated toward evening. Chill: After each meal, seemingly spreading from abdomen. With trembling in evening, especially when speaking of disagreeable things. Want of natural vital heat. Heat: Toward evening, with great excitement and loquacity. Sweat: Wanting.
Relationship.– Allied Remedies: Coff., Ign.,