Helleborus orientalis

Natural History.
      Helleborus orientalis, Lam., N.O. Ranunculacee. Tincture of root.

Clinical.
      Diarrhea.
      Indigestion.
      Salivation.

Characteristics.
      This was proved by V. Schroff on Lederer, and produced symptoms like those of the other Hellebores. These are peculiar: Accumulation of water in the mouth with clean tongue.
      Bad taste, with clean tongue.
      Prostration, exhaustion, and disinclination to work, burning in stomach, diarrhea.
      The symptoms were better by coffee.

Head.
      Heaviness, fullness, headache.

Mouth.
      Accumulation of water in mouth, with clean tongue.
      Bad taste with clean tongue.

Stomach.
      Loss of appetite.
      Eructations.
      Hiccough.
      Nausea.
      Burning, extending from stomach to lower portion of esophagus.
      Epigastric region: Feeling of fullness with inclination to vomit, slight burning, afterwards extending to intestines, followed by pressure in stomach.

Abdomen and Stool.
      Frequent rumbling along bowels, in morning on walking, soon followed by four liquid stools in succession.
      Pain especially in region of left transverse colon.

Urinary Organs.
      Urine more profuse and paler than usual.

Heart and Pulse.
      Pulse more frequent, body warmer.
      Pulse slowed.