Parthenium escoba amargo

Natural History.
     Bitter-broom

General.
     A Cuban remedy for fevers, especially malarial. Increased flow of milk. Amenorrhoea and general debility. Cheyne-Stokes breathing. After Quinine.

Head.
     Aches, extending to nose; feels swelled; pain in frontal eminence. Eyes heavy; eyeballs ache. Ringing in ears. Pain at root of nose; feels swollen. Aching in teeth. TEETH FEEL ON EDGE; too long. Disordered vision. Tinnitus and pain in ears.

Abdomen.
     Pain in left hypochondrium. Spleen affections.

Aggravation.
     WORSE, after sleep, sudden motion.

Amelioration.
     BETTER, after rising, and walking about.

Relationship.
     Compare: CHINA; CEANOTH.; HELIANTH.