Euphorbia lathyris

Natural History.
      Caper Spurge. N. O. Euphorbiacae. The symptoms are the effects of poisoning by seeds.
      A tincture of the whole plant is made.

Clinical.
      Cholera.
      Diarrhea.
      Dysentery.

Characteristics.
      The chief symptoms of E. lath.
      are, Retching and vomiting and bloody stools with brilliant eyes, flushed face, the abdomen is drawn inward.
      The whole body is stiff and icy cold.
      Uneasiness.

Eyes.
      Brilliant eyes.
      Staring look.
      Pupils dilated with wide-open eyes.

Face.
      Deadly pale.
      Glowing hot cheeks.

Stomach.
      Retching and vomiting.
      Sudden violent vomiting with bloody stools.

Abdomen.
      Abdomen drawn inward.

Stools.
      Copious, frequent, violent purgation.
      Bloody stools.

Heart.
      Pulse small, irregular.

Fever.
      Pallor and coldness of surface.
      Skin burning hot, glowing hot cheeks.