The center of this drug’s action seems to be in the urinary organs, and hence its employment in gonorrhœa and gleet. Urethritis in children from local irritation and gleet. Great trembling in extremities. Prostration. Swelling of body. Burning sensation.
Urinary.–Difficult micturition. Urethra inflamed, with excruciating pain when urinating. Pain in back and loins. Severe trembling in limbs.
Compare: Agar; Apis; Canth; Lach; Coccion.
Dose.–Sixth to thirtieth potency.