“Lachrymation, worse when walking in the open air or looking at light ; sneezing, coughing or yawning, lachrymation as soon as the least pain is felt in some other part of the body, for instance, the hand.”

“Margins of the lids red.”

“Spasmodic sneezing ; fluent coryza.”

“Either nostril stuffed up ; itching nose.”

“Violent sneezing from time to time, shaking the abdomen, followed by lachrymation.”

“Coryza with savage frontal pains and redness of eyelids ; violent spasmodic sneezing, influenza and lachrymation on going into the open air. Cough with lachrymation.” (J. B. S. King.)

  • Imran Ali

    What about medicine for allergy that occurs in winter and summer when some one go to cook in kitchen flabby red rashes all over legs and body plz help

  • Azucena Pacheco Rodríguez

    Excelente para alergia!

  • Visin Najas Rajkumar

    How can t2 diabetes gain weight?

  • Hardas Saini Saini

    Epilepsy case muscus ton. can try

  • Jignesh Pandya

    80% pt relieve in upper respiratory tract infection… No other medicine require….

  • Sam Brown

    Treat the person not the epilepsy

  • Supriya Anwikar

    Can you tell us medicine for epilipsy.

  • Ganesh Nagare

    I like posts with information

  • Roberto Villanueva

    allium cepa too