- Muttering delirium, delirium tremens.
- Weepy, but consolation irritates. Despondent.
- Face shiny, as though greased. Perspiration on face while eating.
- Dislike of bread. Craving for salt. Very thirsty.
- Great hunger. Emaciated in spite of eating well.
- Slimy, frothy appearance of tongue – clear, but with bubbles of watery saliva.
- Watery discharges – tears from eyes, catarrh from nose, watery leucorrhoea, watery diarrhea, watery matter from skin vesicles.
- Hammering headaches, especially in school–going children. Headaches with flow of tears, or with vomiting of frothy, watery substance.
- Colds with much sneezing, watery flow from nose, often accompanied by tears.
- Constipation with dryness of stool and smarting of anus.
- Menstrual flow thin and watery. Great depression during periods. Anemia, especially in school–girls.
- Involuntary movements of legs “Cannot sit still”. Backache better from lying on something hard. Rheumatism when other symptoms correspond. Neuralgic pains when other symptoms match.
- Dropsy anywhere in the body.
- Cannot pass urine in anyone’s presence.
- Chilliness. Constant desire to sleep.
- Fevers with muttering, twitching and watery secretions, whether diarrhea or vomiting. (Not to be given during paroxysm in intermittent fevers)
- Cold sores on lips. Herpetic eruptions. Irritation of skin after insect bites.
- Periodic complaints. Aggravation mornings, cold weather and amelioration evenings.
An acid neutralizer. While body fluids are both acid and alkaline, deficiency only occurs in the alkaline factor, since acid is an organic component, always present, when diet is adequate. Therefore what is called “Hyperacidity” is really a deficiency of the inorganic salt that combines with it – Nat. Phos.