Tubercular Diathesis. Gradual onset.

Jerking , twitching(ceases during sleep), trembling, and itching.

Sensation – Pierced by cold needles. Cold , numbness and tingling.

Sensitiveness to pressure / cold air.

Aphthae on roof of mouth.

Diagonal symptoms – right arm and left leg.

STUDENTS - Headache from prolonged desk work. Desires to cover head warmly. Headache better after stool or urine. Asthenopia from prolonged strain. Headache with nosebleed.

Old age – Nosebleed in old people.

Nipples itch and burn.

Leucorrhoea with much itching.

Bearing down pains after menopause.

Cough can be suppressed by efforts of will. Cough ending in sneeze.

Rheumatism better motion.

Uncertain gait.

Itching of toes / feet as if frozen.

Angina pectoris.

Metastases from suppressed milk.


Dose- 30, 200, 1m and higher.

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