Epilobium palustre

Natural History.
      Epilobium linears.
      Willow Herb. N. O. On-line.

Clinical.
      Dysphagia.
      Fever.
      Larynx, affections of.
      Ptyalism.
      Throat, sore.

Characteristics.
      Epil. p.
      was proved by Dr. J. S. Wright, a tincture of the root being used.
      Symptoms of filling up of throat, inability to swallow, fever and headache were produced.
      A boy poisoned with the flowers of Epil. hirsutum had strong epileptiform convulsions in rapid succession.

Head.
      Headache with fever.

Face.
      Face red.

Mouth.
      Ptyalism.
      Dull and sleepy but could not sleep, the saliva would choke him.

Throat.
      In morning throat began filling up, at noon could not swallow water, larynx sore to pressure with hard lumps on each side externally.

Stools.
      Three loose stools on eighth day, none the day after.

Urine.
      Urine red.

Fever.
      Hard chill began eleven AM, lasted an hour, high fever came on with aching all over and severe headache, this lasted all night, could not sleep.