Seaside, effects of.
Aq-mar. has been principally used (in high potencies) for the effects of residence near the sea (as biliousness, Constipation, headache, & c) It has been used in wine glassful doses and also in potencies as a remedy for sea-sickness.
It has been proved by C. Wesselheft. Among the symptoms were: Neuralgic pains down right temple and forehead.
Face ache left side, cold water intolerable.
Sensation of a hair or fishbone in throat, tickling and urging to swallow, causing cough, which does not relieve.
Pain on swallowing, extending to ear and temples.
Nausea, and nauseous sensation in stomach and abdomen.
This symptom seems peculiar: "Constant hawking and raising of phlegm, tough and white like cotton." The leading indication for it is: worse at seaside, or on the sea.
Compare: Nat-m., Chlorum (but in addition to its chief ingredient, sea-water contains in solution every inorganic substance in the world), also Silica marina.