Imperatoria

Natural History.
      Peucedanum ostruthium, Koch. I. ostruthium, Linn. N. O. Umbelliferæ.
      Tincture or infusion of root.

Clinical.
      Skin, affections of.
      Stomach, affections of.

Characteristics.
      Imperatoria, like Athamanta, belongs to the genus Peucedanum. Kleemann observed the effects of the infusion of the root, a teaspoonful every two hours.
      Only a few symptoms were noted, but they were peculiar.
      "Diminished secretion of mucus in intestines and air passages" is noteworthy.

Relations.
      Compare: Atham. and Umbelliferæ.

Mind.
      General excitement.

Head.
      Active orgasm and confusion of the head.

Stomach.
      Feeling of warmth, starting in stomach and extending over whole body.

Abdomen.
      Diminished secretion of mucus in intestines.

Respiratory Organs.
      Diminished secretion of mucus in air passages.

Skin.
      Itching and burning in the skin.

Fever.
      Feeling of warmth starting in stomach and extending over whole body.
      General perspiration.