Prickly Poppy. Colicky cramp and spasm of bowels. Painful neuro-muscular conditions, preventing sleep. Rheumatic disease associated with Bright’s disease (D. MacFarlan).
Head.–Throbbing headache in eyes and temples. Head hot. Throat very dry, pain on swallowing.
Stomach.–Feels sick, like vomiting. Griping in pit of stomach. No appetite. Belching and passing gas.
Urinary.–Passes less urine. Changing color.
Female.–Menses suppressed. Diminished sexual desire with weakness.
Extremities.–Left knee stiff and painful. Feet swollen.
Modalities.–Worse at noon (weakness).
Dose.–Sixth potency. Fresh juice is applied to ulcers and warts.