Long-continued stupor; lethargic sleep; restless night sleep with dreams. Constant retching and vomiting and pressure in the stomach. Diarrhoea, sometimes involuntary, with great prostration; diarrhoea after cholera. Cholera-like paroxysms; the eye-balls are sunken and surrounded by a blue margin; there is nausea and vomiting, with profuse evacuations from the bowels, cramps in the calves, hollow voice, great prostration and almost imperceptible pulse. Congestion of blood to the uterus; metrorrhagia.
This remedy is most useful in a certain stage of cholera, the diarrhoea of the old, and metrorrhagia of delicate women.