Cheiranthus cheiri

Natural History.
      Common Wallflower. N. O. Cruciferæ.
      Tincture.

Clinical.
      Deafness.
      Wisdom-teeth, effects of cutting.

Characteristics.
      Our knowledge of the medicinal use of Cheir. is due to Dr. Cooper. The cases cured with it are as follows: (i) Young man, deafness and otorrhoea left side.
      Is cutting three wisdom teeth.
      Cured by two doses of f given at six weeks interval.
      (2) Girl, 22, deaf after measles, cutting wisdom teeth.
      Greatly improved.
      (3) Girl, 20, used to taking purgative pills, had pain in lower back, jaundiced appearance, bilious feeling, sickness of stomach.
      Cheir. ch. removed the symptoms at once.
      Cooper considers as a keynote of the remedy, "Nose stopped at night from irritation of cutting wisdom teeth."

Relations.
      Compare: (Botanical.) Armor., Sin-a., Brassica, Raph., (wisdom teeth) Mag-c., Ferr-pic.

Causation.
      Cutting wisdom teeth.