Ocimum canum

Natural History.
     Brazilian Alfavaca

General.
     Is to be remembered in diseases of the kidneys, bladder and urethra. Uric acid diathesis. Red sand in the urine is its chief characteristic, and frequently verified. Swelling of glands, inguinal and mammary. Renal colic, especially right side. Symptoms of renal calculus are pronounced.
     Uric acid diathesis, pain in ureters.

Urine.
     High acidity, formation of spike crystals of uric acid. Turbid, thick, purulent, bloody; BRICK-DUST RED or yellow SEDIMENT. ODOR OF MUSK. PAIN IN URETERS. Cramps in kidneys.

Male.
     Heat and swelling of left testicle.

Female.
     Vulva swollen; darting pain in labia. Nipples painful to least contact. Breasts fell full and tense; itching. Prolapsus vaginae.

Relationship.
     Compare: BERB.; HEDEOMA; LYCOP.; PAREIR.; URTICA.

Dose.
     Sixth to thirtieth potency.