Vomiting of undigested food. Cholera infantum, much acidity; frequent green, watery, acid stools. Tenesmus and great pain. High fever; restlessness, and sleeplessness. Obstinate constipation.
Relationship.–Compare: Aethusa; Coto-Para-coto Bark–(intestinal catarrh, chronic, copious, exhausting diarrhœa and dysentery; colliquitine sweats of phthisis and chronic diarrhœa).
Typha latifolia-Cat-tail flag (diarrhœa, dysentery, summer complaint of children. Tincture and first attenuation).