N. O. Cactaceæ.
Tincture of stems.
Anger, fits of.
Heart, pains in.
The heart was less prominently affected by Cer-s. than by the other Cacti, but pains in head and a paralysed feeling were experienced.
A voluptuous feeling, dwindling of sexual organs, metal irritations were prominent.
Worse On exposure to cold, to which there is great sensitiveness.
J. H. Fitch proved Cer-s., as well as Cer-b. Kunze also proved Cer-s.
Compare: Cact. g., Cereus bon., Coni.,, Psor. (sensitiveness to cold.). Anac. (inclined to swear).
Angry at trifles.
Fits of sudden ungovernable rage.
Inclined to swear.
Prays all night.
Makes mistakes, reading or writing.
Dizzy in morning, with mucus in throat.
Tensive pain in head and brain.
Feeling as if back part of brain were detached from front, and rotten.
At dinner bites inside mouth, right cheek.
Much tenacious mucus in throat and back of nose.
Pain in region of right kidney.
Urging to urinate.
Urine yellowish, or pale tea-green.
Male Sexual Organs.
Genital organs small and dwindled.
Excited genital condition.
Emission, seems as if passed in a lump.
Emission followed by cutting pain first in one, then in other testicle.
Paralysed feeling in heart.
Pain after exertion, followed by short breath, better by all breath.
Afterwards, short sharp pains through heart.
Thrusting pains at heart followed by sighing respiration.
Very sensitive to cold.