Ranunculus sceleratus [Ran-s.]
Is more irritating than others of
this botanical family, as seen in the skin symptoms. BORING, GNAWING PAIN very
marked. PEMPHIGUS. Periodical complaints. Fainting with pain in stomach.
Gnawing in one spot left of vertex.
Frightful dreams about corpses, serpents, battles, etc. Fluent coryza, with
sneezing and burning micturition.
Teeth and gums sensitive. TONGUE
MAPPED. Denuded patches. Mouth sore and raw. BURNING AND RAWNESS OF TONGUE.
Sensation of a plug behind
umbilicus. PAIN OVER REGION OF LIVER, WITH SENSATION AS IF DIARRHOEA WOULD SET
IN. Pressure as of a plug behind right false ribs; worse, deep inspiration.
Integument sensitive. Bruised pain
and weakness in the chest every evening. SORE BURNING BEHIND XIPHOID CARTILAGE.
VESICULAR ERUPTION, WITH TENDENCY
TO FORM LARGE BLISTERS. ACRID EXUDATION, WHICH MAKES SURROUNDING PARTS SORE.
BORING PAIN. Sudden burning
sticking IN RIGHT TOE. Corns, with burning and soreness, especially when feet
hang down. Gout in fingers and toes.
First to third potency.