Sensitive Plant. N. O. Leguminose. Tincture of leaves.
Ankles, swelling of.
Mimosa is one of the remedies introduced and proved by Mure. The most notable symptoms were lancinations in the back and limbs, and "swelling and redness of left ankle with tension and lancination." This last symptom has been confirmed.
The "sensitive plant" of our hothouses is M. pudica, but the leaves of M. humilis, says Mure, "close at the least contact."
Sensation: of heat in head, as if enlarged.
Inflammation of eyes, of left eye.
Vision dim halo round candle.
Whizzing in ears.
Sneezing and coryza.
Bleeding of gums.
Stomach and Abdomen.
Frequent stools with colic.
Male Sexual Organs.
Inflammatory swelling of scrotum.
Dry cough in morning.
Violent lancinations in back.
Lancinations in legs and hands, now in arm, now in leg.
Twitching of arm, extending to chest.
Numbness of arm and right hand, ceasing on movement.
Inflammatory swelling of left hand.
Numbness of hands.
Trembling of legs.
Smarting pain in legs, with paralysis of knee.
Stiffness of bends of knees.
Swelling of left ankle, with redness, tension and lancination.
Pressure in nape and right temple.
Pimples and pimply excrescences about legs and arms.
Drowsy in evening, with frequent waking at night.