Phallus impudicus

Natural History.
      Stink horn.
      N. O. Fungi. Tincture or infusion of whole fungus.

Clinical.
      Gastro-enteralgia.
      Sweat, viscid.
      Vertigo.
      Vomiting.

Characteristics.
      Kalieniczensko took five or six teaspoonfuls of an infusion of Phallus in twenty-four hours, and the symptoms of the Schema are the effects observed.
      There is a general resemblance to the effect of the Agaricus vertigo, disordered vision, gastro-enteric disturbance and viscid sweat.

Head.
      Vertigo.

Eyes.
      Vision: difficult, obscured.
      Objects seem colored grey, as in smoke.

Mouth.
      Profuse salivation.

Throat.
      Great dryness of throat, with irritation as from black pepper.

Stomach.
      Loss of appetite.
      Devouring thirst.
      Violent vomiting with profuse salivation.
      Gastro-enteralgia.

Abdomen.
      Painful sensitiveness of whole abdomen.

Stool.
      Watery diarrhoea.

Urinary Organs.
      Urine deep red, depositing a sediment of urates of lime and soda.

Respiratory Organs.
      Dry, oppressive cough.

Generalities.
      Great feebleness of whole body.

Sleep.
      Sleepiness.

Fever.
      After four days all the pores became opened, profuse, viscid perspiration.