Operculina turpethum

Natural History.
     Nishope

General.
     A remedy for plague, fevers, diarrhoea.

Mind.
     Delirium associated with restlessness, loquacity. Tendency to escape from bed; ravings, pains cause fainting.

Abdomen.
     Watery diarrhoea; profuse with sinking sensation. Cholera morbus. Hemorrhoids.

Skin.
     Lymphatic glands enlarged and indurated. Boils and slowly suppurating abscesses.