Convulsions and spasmodic affections. Spasmodic asthma. Cholera. Hooping cough. Diarrhoea.

General Symptoms

General convulsions and convulsive movement of the limbs. Epileptic convulsions; rigidity of the limbs and trunk. St. Vitus dance. Great weakness of the body. Paralysis and nervous affections.


Insanity. Painful, hollow sensation in the head; violent headache; bruised sensation of the brain.


Nausea; violent vomiting with nausea and diarrhoea; excessive vomiting with colic and diarrhoea; violent pains in the stomach and its vicinity; pressure in the pit of the stomach; violent spasms in the abdomen or cramp-like pain, also in the upper and lower limbs; cutting and lacerating in the bowels.


Constipation; violent and profuse diarrhoea. Asiatic cholera.

Larynx And Chest

Continued hoarseness. Short and dry cough-like hooping cough; cough with almost suppressed breathing. Cough with expectoration of blood; spasmodic cough with rattling in the chest. Asthma.

Trunk And Extremities

Twitching of the muscles and cramps in the arms and legs.