Aphis chenopodium

This remedy is made from the aphides grown on the Chenopodium glaucum. Partakes largely of the properties of the plant upon which the insect lives

Colic. Coryza. Cough. Diarrhœa. Headache. Tenesmus Toothache.

Some of the most notable symptoms of Aphis are: Coryza with burning and biting on margins of nostrils, especially of septum. Increase of most violent toothache in bed, only relieved if after awhile a general warm sweat breaks out. Cutting in abdomen and rumbling of flatus. Ineffectual urging in bladder and rectum. In the morning urging after rising, several mush-like stools with pinching, burning in anus with urging. Flatus accompanies stool. Thin stools with slime and spots of dark blood.

The insect partakes of the properties of the plant it lives on, Chenopodium glaucum being a popular colic remedy, and allied to the Polygonaceæ Rheum and Rumex. Aphis is peculiar in being the only remedy which has toothache > by sweat; though Cham. has general > by sweat

Sad; aching, worse from motion. Brain seems swashed hither and thither. Coryza, with burning or biting in nostrils. Noise in ears, as of cannon. Yellow face. Orbital right neuralgia, with profuse lachrymation. Toothache, relieved by general warm sweat (Cham). Toothache extends to ear, temple, and cheek-bone (Plantago).

No appetite for meat and bread. Vesicles at end of tongue. Much mucus. Colic with much rumbling and ineffectual urging to stool.

Hard and knotty. Diarrhœa in morning, with painful urging and burning in anus, and pressure in rectum and bladder.

Voluptuous feeling in glans. Burning in urethra. Urination frequent, copious, frothy.

Severe pains in region of lower inner angle of left shoulder-blade, running into chest.

Shuddering all over; burning in palms; hot sweat in bed.