(A Night-blooming Cereus)
Great desire to work and to be doing something useful.
Occipital headache and pain through the globe of the eyes and orbits (Cedron; Onos). Pain across the brain from left to right. Pain along right malar bone running to temple.
Convulsive pains at the heart; feels as if transfixed. Pain in chest through heart, with pain running toward spleen. Pain in left pectoral muscle and cartilages of left lower ribs. Sensation of a great weight on heart, and pricking pain. Hypertrophy of heart. Difficult, sighing respiration, as from some compression of chest.
Itching of skin (Dolich; Sulph).
Pain in neck, back, shoulders, down arms, hands and fingers. Pain in knees and joints of lower extremities.
Compare: Cactus; Spigel; Kalmia; Cereus serpentinus (Very irritable with tendency to swear; wild anger and low morals. Disturbance in speech; in writing leaves off the last syllable. Paralyzed feeling. Pains in heart, and dwindling of sexual organs. Emissions, followed by pain in testicles).
Third to sixth attenuation.
Reference: "Pocket Manual of Homeopathic Materia Medica & Repertory" by William Boericke