Hard, scanty, tenacious, expelled with difficulty.
Pressing and ineffectual desire; Repeated tenesmus and rumblings as if diarrhoea would come on.
Burning pain in rectum; Straining.
Burning pains in the rectum; Tenesmus; A wrenching pain in the coccyx; Creeping chills.
This medicine, says Jahr, is still but little known and has only been employed against hypochondriacal affections, a few cases of gastralgia, and certain forms of constipation.
Teste considers it as being in some respects the Chamomilla of chronic diseases.