Nympha odorata

Natural History.
      Sweet Water Lily. N. O. Nympheacee. Tincture of the root.

Clinical.
      Back, pain in.
      Coryza.
      Diarrhea.
      Throat, sore.

Characteristics.
      Hale mentions this emblem of purity and its traditional reputation as a dissipater of venereal desires.
      There has been only one proving (by Dr. Cowles), and no definite clinical experience.
      Like Nuphar, it has early morning looseness of bowels.

Head.
      Head feels very heavy.

Nose.
      Severe coryza.

Throat.
      Throat sore as from a cold frequent desire to swallow with painful deglutition.
      Tingling, roughness in throat.

Abdomen.
      Pain in hypogastrium and back, and a stool seven AM

Stool and Anus.
      Stools in early morning, seven AM, also eleven AM
      Thin stool with a little pain and smarting at anus, left 30 PM
      Pain in bowels for a few moments at a time, sharp, and passage of foul flatus
      Looseness of bowels with pain.

Urinary Organs.
      Increased flow of urine.
      Some urine passed involuntarily.
      Sensation as if urine was not all passed, with feeling of weakness in lumbar region.

Male Sexual Organs.
      Slight increase of sexual feeling.
      Slight excitement.

Female Sexual Organs.
      (Used as an injection to stop leucorrhea.)

Respiratory Organs.
      Some cough in morning.

Back.
      Pain in back.
      Feeling of weakness in lumbar region, with sensation as if urine was not all passed.

Lower Limbs.
      Weakness and pain in bones and lower limbs.

Generalities.
      Dull, weak, and unfit for work.

Sleep.
      Lascivious dreams.

Fever.
      Chilly feeling.