The Materia Medica by Dr. Cyrus Maxwell Boger (1861 – 1935) was written in 1915 & he was an American homeopath.
List of all Homeopathic Materia Medica: Dr. Clarke, Boericke, Farrington, Allen, Dunham, N M Choudhury, Nash, Boger, Lippe, Mure, Tyler, Constantine Hering, Kent, Homeopathic Materia Medica, Online Materia Medica
Mind.– Mental dullness. Frequent vanishing of thought. He seems intoxicated. Peevishness. Restlessness when alone, with desire for company. Hypochondriacal disposition, with low spirits and weeping.
Vertigo.– Dizzy, as though drunken, with pressure in temples and over eyes, and dullness in head, eating.
Head.– Headache, with shivering and chilliness in open air. Unilateral numbing, pressive ache.
External Head.– Burning, biting, itching, most of vertex, and changing its position from scratching, followed by smarting gatherings and a moist eruption. Bone pains on both sides of crown, often ending in swelling and caries with great sensitiveness to cold. Numbness of scalp, with drawing therein, in one, seldom both sides. Worse: Evening, cold, undressing, after lying down, touch, motion.
Eyes.– Pressure in, as though balls were too large. Twitchings of muscles about.
Nose.– Excoriated nostrils. Diminished sense of smell. Fluent coryza, with burning and excoriation of nose and upper lip.
Face.– Pale. Squeezing, benumbing pressure in malar bones, extending into temples. Swollen, cracked lower lip.
Teeth.– Sticking ache, extending into malar bones and temples. Rapidly become hollow. Boring sticking in hollow t., extending up into zygoma. Dull.
Mouth.– Dry in back part, with saliva in anterior part. Salivation. Continuous burning, also in throat. Narrowing and constriction of pharynx. Difficult speech.
Appetite: Beer tastes bitter and causes vomiting. Great hunger at noon and in evening. Anorexia, with constant thirst.
Eructations: Frequent, empty.
Qualmishness, etc. – With shivering and collection of water in mouth. Vomits blood, bitter, watery mucus. Retching.
Stomach.– Burning in. Intense pressure in.
Abdomen.– Burning in. Tense and hard. Tearing bellyache. Pains in spleen.
Flatulence: Flatulent colic, with shortness of breath and chill.
Stool.– Frequent, small, diarrhoeic, with unendurable pains in abdomen. Shaking chill before and after.
Anus.– Prolapsus recti during stool, which is difficult to replace on account of constriction of anus.
Urine.– Diminished discharge of. Bloody. Flocculent, with reddish sediment. pale.
Sexual Organs.– Gonorrhea of glans. Swelled testes.
Respiration.– Tightness of chest, as though it were too narrow, and with it a sensation as though lungs had become adherent.
Cough.– Dry, with retching and vomiting, in evening and at night. Violent, spasmodic, excited by irritation from larynx down into chest. In morning, with expectoration of a yellow or albuminous, tenacious mucus, tasting salty, or like an old catarrh. Intense c. when lying down. Haemoptysis.
Larynx and trachea.– Hoarseness, with burning and dryness in.
Chest.– Stitches in, worse during inspiration. Painful tension of pectoral muscles. Sore pain and burning in bones of.
Lower Extremities.– Sciatica, with twitching pain and shortness of limbs.
Generalities.– Paralytic tension in limbs. Twitching and quivering in muscles. Burning of internal, with chill of external parts. Heaviness of limbs. Sensitive to cold air. The complaints are intensified by motion and touch. He feels worst in evening. Usually one half of body only is entirely or partly effected.
Bones.– Exostoses. Caries.
Skin.– Nightly itching, with swelling after scratching, which is quickly followed by violent itching. Desquamation of, over entire body. Burning and sticking in inflamed ulcers. Ulcerations terminating in suppuration.
Sleep.– Great day sleepiness. Awakened by nightmare after midnight.
Fever.– Pulse: Full and hard, sometimes intermittent, accelerated in evening. Chill: Predominates, even in a warm room. With external coldness and thirst for cold water, but without desire for warmth. Constant thirst during, with dryness of back part of mouth and increased collection of saliva in forepart, but without desire for drink. Chilliness and shivering with most complaints. Great sensitiveness to cold air. Which runs from upper arms down back to feet. Heat: In bed, most on head. Internal, with external coldness. Sweat: With sleep, immediately after the chill, without previous heat. Cold sweats.
Relationship.– Allied Remedies: Arg-n., Bry., Euphor., Kali – bi., Merc., Mur – ac., Nit-ac., Phyt., Rhus-t., sil., Verbas.