Berberis aquifolium mahonia

Natural History.
     Mountain Grape

General.
     A remedy for the skins, chronic catarrhal affections, secondary syphilis. Hepatic torpor, lassitude and other evidences of incomplete metamorphosis; stimulates all glands and improves nutrition.

Head.
     Sensation of a band just above ears. Bilious headache. "Scald head." Scaly eczema.

Face.
     Acne. Blotches and pimples. Clears the complexion.

Stomach.
     Tongue thickly coated, yellowish-brown; feels blistered. Burning in stomach. Nausea and hunger after eating.

Urine.
     Stitching, crampy pains; thick mucus, and bright-red, mealy sediment.

Skin.
     PIMPLY, DRY, ROUGH, SCALY. Eruption on SCALP EXTENDING TO FACE and neck. Tumor of breast, with pain. Psoriasis. Acne. Dry eczema. Pruritis. Glandular induration.

Relationship.
     Carbol. acid; Euonym; Berb. vulg.; Hydr.

Dose.
     Tincture in rather material doses.