Geranium maculatum

Natural History.
     Crane’s-bill

General.
     Habitual sick headaches. PROFUSE, HEMORRHAGES, pulmonary and from different organs. Vomiting of blood. ULCERATION OF STOMACH. ATONIC AND FOUL ULCERS. Summer complaint.

Head.
     Giddiness, with diplopia; better, closing eyes. Ptosis and dilated pupils. Sick headache.

Mouth.
     Dry; tip of tongue burning Pharyngitis.

Stomach.
     Catarrhal gastritis with profuse secretion, tendency to ulceration and passive hemorrhage. LESSENS THE VOMITING IN GASTRIC ULCER.

Stool.
     Constant desire to go to stool, with inability to pass anything for some time. Chronic diarrhoea, with offensive mucus. Constipation.

Female.
     Menses too profuse. Postpartum hemorrhage. Sore nipples. (EUP. AROM)

Relationship.
     Compare: GERMANIN. 1x. Constant hawking and spitting in elderly people. ERODIUM – Hemlock – Stork’s bill – (a popular hemostatic in Russia, and especially used for metrorrhagia and menorrhagia); HYDRASTININE; CINCH.; SABIN.

Dose.
     Tincture, half-dram doses in gastric ulcer. Tincture, to third attenuation, as a general rule. Locally, in ulcers, it will destroy the pyogenic membrane.