Convolvulus duartinus

Natural History.
      Ipomea bona-nox.
      Morning Glory. N. O. Convolvulacae. Tincture of Flowers.

Clinical.
      Eye, inflammation of.
      Headache.
      Rheumatism.
      Vertigo.

Characteristics.
      Convo-d. was proved under Mure, and some symptoms that are peculiar have been recorded: Reveries in daytime.
      Numbness in limbs.
      Dreams of dead persons.
      Symptoms are worse in morning and better after cold bath.

Mind.
      Moral weakness.
      Reveries in the daytime.

Head.
      Vertigo with faintness.
      Burning in frontal region, ceasing after a cold bath.
      Pain in frontal region with heat at root of nose.
      Pain in left temple (corresponding to inflamed left eye).

Eyes.
      Inflammation of left eye.

Mouth.
      Toothache.
      Swelling of gums.
      Tongue feels swollen.

Throat.
      Heat and dryness at anterior and upper part of esophagus.

Abdomen.
      Pain in abdomen with internal heat.
      Violent colic with drawings.

Stool.
      Constipation.

Urinary Organs.
      Red urine.
      Yellow sediment in urine.

Upper Limbs.
      Numbness of arms, worse when hanging down.
      Pains in left shoulder, in left wrist.
      Numbness of right index and middle fingers.

Lower Limbs.
      Lancinating pain in right knee.
      Pain fore part of left leg for four days.
      Deep-seated pain in calves.

Sleep.
      Drowsiness in daytime.
      Dreams: about quarrelling, about dead persons, falling out of his front teeth, of flying along a lighted street, appearance of a ghost, wakes with a start.