Chenopodium vularia

Natural History.
      Stinkender Gœnsefuss.
      N. O. Chenopodiacae. Tincture of fresh plant.

Clinical.
      Constipation.
      Enuresis.
      Scapula, pain under.
      Spleen pain.

Characteristics.
      Chen-v. has an odor of decaying fish, and contains Trimethylamine. It constantly gives off ammonia.
      It has been proved, and seems to affect the left side more than the right, but the following recalls the characteristic of Chen-a.: Pain in middle of back on right side of spinal column, increasing gradually to a pressing wedge-like pain, beneath right scapula, worse when sitting.
      There is also a pain spine of left scapula.
      Pressure on the left side of the head.
      Constipation with external piles.
      Nocturnal Cold saliva, cooling sensation in abdomen.
      There is restlessness caused by pricking pains.
      Sitting worse pain in back, this is better by bending backwards.
      Walking worse stitches in spleen and pain in right knee.

Relations.
      Compare: Am-c., Trimeth., Chen-a., Aphis.

Head.
      Feeling of dulness, beginning both sides of head behind ears, going upward, in upper occiput, returning in waves.
      Tenderness left parietal region.

Ears.
      Dull, muffled, obstructed feeling in ears.

Mouth.
      Peculiar sensation in tongue, as if enveloped by saliva.
      Constant cold saliva.
      Saliva feels cold, especially left side of mouth.

Stomach.
      Unusual thirst.
      Dullness and yawning, better after eating.
      Better after drinking wine.
      Acidity with pain in stomach and epigastrium.
      Extending to left side into chest.

Abdomen.
      Stitches in upper part of region of spleen while walking.
      Cooling sensation, felt first in mouth, then hypochondriac region, then abdomen.
      Twitching in left side abdomen, extending towards groins, followed by pain in left forearm.

Stool and Anus.
      Urging to stool, stool softer than usual.(Constipation improved.)
      Constipation for three or four days and then with difficulty, external piles.

Urinary Organs.
      Urine increased, offensive.
      Urging to urinate.
      (Nocturnal enuresis improved the first night.)

Male Sexual Organs.
      Increased desire, followed by diminished desire and erectile power, but undiminished secreting power.

Female Sexual Organs.
      Amenorrhoea.

Chest.
      Fullness in chest, in region of last ribs.
      Feeling in lower lobe right lung as if some fluid wanted to discharge itself into region of duodenum.

Neck and Back.
      Severe stitching-pressing right side of back, better bending backward.
      Sensitive spot in back, region left hypochondrium, soon after having eructated.
      Pain directly over spinous process of left scapula, as if pressed by two or three fingers.
      Pain middle of back right side spinal column, increasing gradually to a pressing, wedge-like pain beneath right scapula, worse when sitting.
      Painful weariness and weakness in lumbar and lower dorsal region.

Upper Limbs.
      Weakness in hands and arms.
      Twitching in left forearm while sitting still.
      Jerking pain like electric shocks through left forearm, from forearm to fingers, but without muscular contraction.
      Pain deep in inner side left forearm.
      Pain in middle of left radius, particularly severe in small spot.

Lower Limbs.
      Pricking here and there in legs and other places, compelling him to move.

Sleep.
      Yawning, preceding lassitude and heaviness.
      Somnolence.