Oniscus asellus

Natural History.
     Millepede
     Wood-louse

General.
     Has distinct diuretic properties; hence its use in dropsies. Asthmatic conditions, with bronchial catarrh.

Head.
     Boring pain behind right ear in mastoid process. (CAPS.) Violent pulsation of arteries. (POTHOS.; GLONOINE) Painful pressure above the root of nose.

Stomach.
     Persistent pressure in cardiac orifice. Vomiting.

Abdomen.
     Distended; METEORISM; VERY SEVERE COLIC.

Urine.
     Cutting, burning in urethra. TENESMUS OF BLADDER AND RECTUM, with absence of stool and urine.

Relationship.
     Compare: POTHOS. CANTH.

Dose.
     Sixth potency.