Italian or fragrant Tussilage. N.O. Compositae. Tincture of whole plant.
Demesnes proved Tus. fg. taking three drops of the ø tincture on the tongue.
After first causing a disagreeable, spiteful mood, it set up, in a few days, an opposite condition, which lasted some time.
A journey taken on the ninth day of the proving, which usually caused loss of weight, did not do so.
Stoutness increased, and plethora was added, later the abdominal protuberance permanently disappeared.
A Peculiar Sensation induced was as if a morsel of food lay at the bottom of the cardia and would not pass.
Complaining mood, fault-finding, spiteful (after a few hours).
Serenity, benevolence, calmness, increased power of mind and expression (fifth to tenth day).
Transient headache as after spirituous liquors.
Dryness of eyes when looking in open air, compelling to wink.
Acidity in oesophagus like heartburn, better after dinner.
Sensation at bottom of cardia as of a morsel that will not pass down.
Weakness in legs.
Pain from side to side in tarsus (1.), below that and metatarsus, when walking, (does not last long but frequently returns).
Pain in metatarsal joint as if caused by a blow.
Corpulency at first increased, later reduced.
Sleepless, and is none the worse for it.
Sweat and heat from slight exertion.