Lolium temulentum

Natural History.
     Darnel

General.
     Has been made use of in cephalgia, sciatica, paralysis. Prostration and restlessness.

Head.
     Anxious and depressed, confused. Vertigo; must close eyes. Head heavy. Noises in ears.

Stomach.
     Nausea, vomiting. Pain in pit of stomach and abdomen. Severe purging.

Extremities.
     Gait unsteady. TREMBLING OF ALL LIMBS. Loss of power in extremities. VIOLENT PAIN IN CALVES, AS IF BOUND WITH CORDS. Cold extremities. Spasmodic motion of arms and legs. Cannot write; cannot hold a glass of water. Trembling of hands in paralysis.
     In TREMBLING of hands and legs

Relationship.
     Compare: SECALE; LATHYR; ASTRAG.

Dose.
     Sixth potency.