Joanesia asoca.

Botanical name: 
Please read the introduction to Boericke's tinctures.

Bark of an Indian Tree introduced by Dr. ND Ray, Calcutta.

Has extensive sphere of action on female organs. Amenorrhoea and metrorrhagia.
Head.--Unilateral headache; reflex uterine, congestive headache, better open air and by free flow. Pain in eyeballs; supraorbital pains, photophobia. Nasal catarrh, profuse, watery discharge. Loss of sense of smell.
Gastric.--Desire for sweets, also acid things. Thirsty, excessive nausea; obstinate constipation, haemorrhoids.
Female.--Delayed and irregular menses; menstrual colic; amenorrhoea, pain in ovaries before flow; menorrhagia, irritable bladder; leucorrhoea.
Sleep.--Disturbed. Dreams of travelling.
Back.--Pain along spine radiating to abdomen and thighs.

Boericke's Materia Medica, 1901, was written by William Boericke. Excerpt: The Tinctures.