Large Flowering Spurge. N. O. Euphorbiacae. Tincture and triturations of the root.
Euph-c. produces gastro-enteric disturbances like other Euphorbias, but with peculiarities especially in the sequence and character of the vomit: (1) deadly nausea, (2) sudden and powerful vomiting of food in stomach, (3) throws up large quantities of water mixed with mucus, (4) then of clear fluid like rice-water, (5) copious watery evacuations of the bowels.
These symptoms are accompanied by great anxiety, deadly prostration, and cold sweat.
Attacks recur after short intermissions.
Wants to die.
Sudden deathly nausea and prostration, without previous pain.
Sudden powerful vomiting of food, then quantities of water mixed with mucus, then clear rice-water-like fluid, followed almost immediately by diarrhea.
Inflammation of stomach and bowels.
Abdomen and Stool.
Great commotion in bowels, followed immediately by copious watery evacuations.
Pulse soft, sinks to 40.
Death-like faintness and exhaustion.
Felt like an attack of sea-sickness.
Symptoms pass away in a short time.
Cool skin covered with beaded sweat.
Cold hands, feet, and nose.