This remedy is prepared from a fungus called Toad stool. It is used for a headache, vertigo, delirium, alcohol abuse, weakness, anemia, fits, and paralysis.
Aversion to work
Giddiness, from sunlight and on walking
A headache with bleeding from nose
Icy coldness felt in head
Double vision (diplopia)
Difficulty in reading feels as if alphabets are moving
Redness of eyes
Twitching of lids and eyeballs
Pain in the region of liver
Gas bloating a Passing of flatus, which is foul smelling
Loose motions with much flatus
Burning in stomach about three hours after a meal
Delirium of alcoholics with sensations as if the body was being pierced by icy cold needles, fearlessness
Fits after alcohol abuse
Excitement where there is steadily increasing stimulation of senses
Frozen feeling of toes with itching
Difficulty in walking with uncertain gait
Burning, itching with redness and swelling
Eruptions with itching and burning pain
Dose: As prescribed by the physician. Can be taken with Allopathic medicines
Precautions: Maintain half an hour gap between food/drink/any other medicines and homeopathic medicine.
Avoid any strong smell in the mouth while taking medicine e.g. camphor, garlic, onion, coffee, hing.
Side Effects: None reported
Use under medical supervision.