Triosteum perfoliatum

Natural History.
     Fever-root

General.
     Triosteum is a very valuable remedy in diarrhoea attended with colic pains and nausea, NUMBNESS OF LOWER LIMBS AFTER STOOL, and increased flow of urine; also in influenza. Quiets nervous symptoms. (COFFEA.; HYOS.) Biliousness. Bilious colic.

Head.
     Occipital pain, with nausea on rising, followed by vomiting. Influenza, with aching pains all over, and heat in the limbs. OZAENA; frontal pain.

Stomach.
     Loathing of food; nausea on rising, followed by vomiting and cramps. Stools watery, frothy.

Extremities.
     Stiffness of all joints; calves numbs; aching in bones. Rheumatic pain in back. Pains in limbs.

Skin.
     Itching welts. URTICARIA from gastric derangement.