Materia Medica by Allen
(hydr)GOLDEN SEAL RANUNCIDACECA
For debilitated persons, with viscid mucous discharges.
Cachectic or malignant dyscrasia, with marked derangement of gastric and hepatic functions; broken down by excessive use of alcohol.
Cancer: hard, adherent; skin mottled, puckered; pains knife-like, sharp, cutting; nipple retracted.
Nursing sore mouth; tongue large, shows imprint of teeth.
Leucorrhoea: ropy, thick, viscid, yellow; hanging _ from os in long strings (Kali bi.) ; pruritus.
Profuse discharge of thick, yellow, stringy mucus from nasal passages (Cor. r.).
Hawks yellow, viscid mucus from posterior nares and fauces; ulceration, after mercury or chlorate of potash; syphilitic angina.