In pustular diseases of skin and night-sweats. Also in gout and chronic rheumatism.
Head.–Supra-orbital and temporal pain on right side, with lachrymation. Pupils dilated. Face puffy and pale.
Stomach.–Saliva hot, acrid. Nausea. Pain in pit of stomach and region of navel. After eating, cough. Feeling of pins and needles at pit of stomach; of emptiness, must eat frequently (compare the coniferæ).
Skin.–Large, flat, itching pustules. Badly smelling night-sweats. Podagra. Erysipelas.
Dose.–Tincture, to third potency.