or simply Cubeba
Mucous membranes generally, but especially that of the urinary tract, are chiefly affected by this remedy. Frequent urination of a nervous origin. Leucorrhea in little girls.
Urethritis, with much mucus, especially in women. Cutting after urination, with constriction. Hematuria. Prostatitis, with thick yellow discharge. Cystitis.
Catarrh of nose and throat, with fetid odor and expectoration. Mucus trickles from posterior nares. Rawness of throat and hoarseness.
Compare: Cucurbita; Copaiva; Piper meth; Sandal.
Second and third attenuation.
Reference: "Pocket Manual of Homeopathic Materia Medica & Repertory" by William Boericke