Viola tricolor

Natural History.
     Pansy

General.
     The principal uses of this remedy are for eczema in childhood and nocturnal emission accompanied by very vivid dreams.

Head.
     Heavy, pressing-outward pain. Eczema of scalp, with swollen glands. Face hot and sweating after eating.

Throat.
     Much phlegm, causing hawking; worse in the air. Swallowing difficult.

Urinary Organs.
     Copious; disagreeable, cat-like odor.

Male.
     Swelling of prepuce, burning in glans. Itching. Involuntary, seminal emissions at stool.

Skin.
     IMPETIGO. Intolerable itching. Eruptions, particularly over face and head, with burning, itching; worse at night. Thick scabs, which crack and exude a tenacious yellow pus. Eczema impetigenoides of the face. Sycosis.
     Modalities. WORSE, winter; eleven AM Compare: LYCOP.

Relationship.
     Compare: RHUS; CALC.; SEPIA.

Dose.
     Lower potencies.