Eupatorium purpureum

Natural History.
     Queen of the Meadow

General.
     Albuminuria, diabetes, strangury, IRRITABLE BLADDER, enlarged prostate are a special field for this remedy. Excellent in renal dropsy. Chills and pains run upwards. Impotency and sterility. Homesickness.

Head
     LEFT-SIDED HEADACHE WITH VERTIGO. Pain from left shoulder to occiput. Sick headache beginning in morning, worse afternoon and evening, worse in cold air.

Urinary Organs.
     Deep, dull pain in kidneys. Burning in bladder and urethra on urinating. Insufficient flow; milky. Strangury. Hematuria. Constant desire; bladder feels dull. Dysuria. VESICAL IRRITABILITY IN WOMEN. DIABETES INSIPIDUS.

Back
     Weight and heaviness in loins and back.

Female
     Pain around left ovary. Threatened abortion. External genitals feel as though wet.

Fever
     NO THIRST during chill, but much frontal ache. CHILL COMMENCES IN BACK. Violent shaking, with comparatively little coldness. Bone-pains.

Relationship
     Compare: Senecio; Cannab. sat.; Helon.; Phos-ac.; Triticum; Epigea.

Dose
     First potency.