Cervus

Natural History.
      Cervus campestris.
      Cervus brasilicus.
      Brazilian deer.
      Triturations of the fresh hide covered with hair.

Clinical.
      Sciatica, Taste, altered. Tongue, painful.

Characteristics.
      Mure proved this substance, and one symptom appears to be peculiar: "Taste of doughy bread in the mouth."

Relations.
      Compare: Carb-an. (charred ox-hide).

Eyes.
      Sensitive to light, especially sunlight.

Face.
      Face mottled.

Mouth.
      Taste of doughy bread.
      Coppery taste with heat in throat when taking the drug.

Abdomen.
      Pricking in navel when lying.
      Needle-like pain, intermitting in right groin, in direction of joint, after walking.

Upper Limbs.
      Numbness of arm on which he lies, of hand and legs.

Lower Limbs.
      Frequent pain, now in left buttock now in thigh.

Sleep.
      Drowsiness and yawning.