Euonymus atropurpurea, Wahoo, Burning Bush.
Brunettes more easily affected, producing headache, mental disturbances and much distress in hepatic and renal region; albuminuria. Migraine. Passive Congestion and torpor of liver; chronic catarrhal affections of stomach and intestines. Weak heart. Chronic rheumatism and gout.
Mind.--Mental confusion, despondent, irritable; loss of memory, unable to recall familiar names.
Head.--Heavy frontal headache. Sore, tired feeling; bruised feeling of scalp. Pain over right eye extending back through the head. Bilious headache; coated tongue, bad taste, constipation. Vertigo, obscure vision and gastric derangement, associated with albuminuria. Headache over eyebrows.
Stomach.--Mouth dry, pasty taste; thirsty, stomach full and uncomfortable.
Abdomen.--Flatus and pain. Anus very sore and burning. Constipation with haemorrhoids and severe backache. Diarrhoea; stools variable and profuse, bloody. Pain about umbilical region.
Urinary.--Urine scanty, high-colored; acidity increased, poured out rapidly.
Back.--Dull pain between shoulders and about renal and splenic region; pain in lumbar region better lying down.
Extremities.--Aching in all joints, especially ankles. Feet feel swollen and tired.
Modalities.--Better cool draught, pressure. Worse evening.
Relationship.--Euonymus Europaea.Spindle-tree (Liver disorders, biliousness, lumbago, gastric derangements with albuminuria. Cutting pains in malar bones, tongue, penis up to bladder);
Podophyl; Ammon pic; Chel; Euonymin 1x trit (albuminuria).
Dose.--Tincture and lower attenuations.
Boericke's Materia Medica, 1901, was written by William Boericke. Excerpt: The Tinctures.