1. Phlegmatic subjects ; hydrogenoid constitutions.
2. Persistent, irreconcilable ill-humour, < consolation ; child fractious, complaining, resents least touch (Ant. crudum).
3. Respiratory troubles with great accumulation of mucus ; coarse rales ; no expulsive power yet if expectorates temporarily ; attacks of suffocative dyspnoea with cyanosis.
4. Prostration with great drowsiness and cold sweat.
5. Gastric troubles with nausea and vomiting ; latter temp. > (rev. Ipec.) ; loathing of food ; moist, heavily coated white tongue ; desire for acids (especially apples) which < ; < milk.
6. Choleric diarrhoea ; stools slimy, generally yellow or brown, occasionally bloody.
7. Fever with shiverings and marked sense of cold ; violent but short-lasting sensations of heat ; pulse rapid and weak ; sweat profuse and exhausting ; thirst for cold water little and often (Ars.).
8. Violent pain in sacro-lumbar region ; slightest movement causes vomiting and cold sweat.
9. Widespread pustular eruptions. Small-pox (Variolinum).
10. Modalities ; < heat and < cold, damp weather evening towards night ; < anger or vexation.