Natural History.
      Mineral Spring at Voeslau, in Austria. (Contains in 100 cubic inches 15.2 gr. of solid constituents: Calc. c. 4.9, Calc. sul. 2.7, Calc. mur. 0.5, Mag. c. 2.7, Mag. sul. 1.8, Mag. mur. 0.4, Nat. sul. 0.9, Nat. m. 0.4, Alumina and Silica 0.4, Fer. c. 0.2, gummy substance 0.1.) Dilution.

      Menstruation, disorders of.
      Seminal emissions.

      Rosenberg observed the effects of Voeslau on the healthy.
      His symptoms constitute the Schema. The waters produce: Orgasm of blood, pressure and tension.
      The throat was sensitive to swallowing warm food and drink.
      Nettle rash with desquamation.
      In males there was sexual excitement and emissions, and in females increased secretion of mucus in genitals and many troubles connected with menses.

      Mind restless and excited.
      Irritability, peevishness.

      Vertigo and whirling in head.
      Reeling and tottering of whole body two or three hours after a both.
      Congestion to head and orgasm of blood.
      Heaviness of head.

      Hoarseness and dryness in throat, painful sensitiveness swallowing warm food or drink.

      Appetite is increased after the first bath.
      Heaviness and sensation of fullness in stomach.
      Sensitiveness and pressure in stomach after eating.

      Pressure and tension in hepatic region, extending to right shoulder.

Stool and Anus.
      Thin stools, increasing to diarrhoea, with a slight degree of tenesmus.

Urinary Organs.
      Frequent desire and frequent micturition.
      Urine: first days red, afterwards watery and copious.
      Increased secretion from prostate.

Male Sexual Organs.
      Rush of blood to genitals.
      Nocturnal emissions.

Female Sexual Organs.
      Increased secretion of mucus from genitals.
      Menses: delayed, diminished, accompanied with numerous troubles, offensive, too frequent and copious.

Respiratory Organs.
      Hoarseness and dryness in throat, painful sensitiveness on swallowing warm food and drink.
      Dry cough with slight pains in chest.

      Congestion to chest and other organs.
      Oppression, respiration difficult, rapid, short.

      Weakness and falling asleep of limbs.

      Emaciation of young people.
      Uneasiness and unsteadiness at work.
      Increased sensitiveness, especially to external air.

      Itching nettle rash on whole body after fourteen baths, ending in desquamation.
      Itching, heat, biting, especially towards midnight, previous to the outbreak of perspiration.

      Overpowering sleepiness during day, especially afternoon.

      Coldness and chilliness at times changing to heat, with increased thirst.
      Flushes of heat without thirst.
      Perspiration in bed towards morning.