Iris florentina

Natural History.
      White flag.
      Oris root.
      N.O. Iridaceae. Tincture of fresh rhizome.

Clinical.
      Convulsions.
      Delirium.
      Diarrhoea.
      Headache.
      Hemiplegia (right).

Characteristics.
      Powdered oris root has been used as an application to the hair, and in some young girls has produced violent symptoms.
      Headache and giddiness occurred on waking in the morning.
      Complete paralysis of right side.
      In one case convulsions and delirium, from which complete recovery does not take place for three months.
      It gives an odor of violets to the breath, and communicates to vinegar a flavor of raspberries, hence is used in manufacture of Raspberry Vinegar.

Relations.
      Compare: Verat., Sabad., Iris-v.

Mind.
      Delirium and convulsions (lasting three months).

Head.
      Giddiness and violent headache, on awaking in the morning.

Throat.
      Pain and heat in throat as after cantharides.

Stomach.
      Disposition to vomit.

Stool.
      Diarrhoea

Urinary Organs.
      Difficult urination.

Neck and Back.
      Redness of neck.

Generalities.
      Convulsions (recurring for three months).
      Complete paralysis of right side (lasting five hours).

Sleep.
      A kind of sleepiness.
      Uneasy sleep.