Benzoin

Natural History.
      Lindera Benzoin. Laurus Benzoin. Benzoin oderiferum. Spicebush.
      Fever-bush.
      N. O. Lauracae. Tincture of twigs.

Clinical.
      Fever.
      Hair, oiliness of.
      Vertigo.

Characteristics.
      The symptoms of Benzoin as shown in a short proving somewhat resemble those of Laurocerasus. Empty sensation at the stomach and lower part of bowels.
      Worse On lying down: head swims, with sinking sensation which makes lying down in bed unpleasant.
      The hair is oily.
      Feverish.
      Worse After sleep.
      Sense of touch fine, quick and pleasant.
      Relations.
      Compare: Lach (worse after sleep).

Mind.
      Unpleasant, fearful feeling.

Head.
      Hair oily.

Stomach and Abdomen.
      Wakes from sleep with a sick feeling in stomach and bowels, tired feeling, turns often in bed at night.
      Empty feeling in stomach and lower part of bowels.

Stool.
      Soft stool, with pain before stool in lower bowel.

Urinary Organs.
      Urine more frequent, small quantity, dark color, had to rise twice in night to urinate.

Lower Limbs.
      Hips feel crushed.
      Pains in knees.
      Feet and legs cold up to knees, remained cold in bed.