by H. C. Allen

Oil of Turpentine (A Volatile Oil.)

Terebinth urine has the odor or violets.

Terebinth Tongue: smooth, glossy, red, as if deprived of papillae, or as if glazed ( Pyrogen ); elevated papillae; coating peels off in patches leaving bright red spots, or entire coating cleans off suddenly (in exanthemata); dry and red; burning in tip (compare, Acid Muriaticum ).

Terebinth Abdomen: extremely sensitive to touch; distention, flatulence, excessive tympanitis; meteorism ( Colchicum ).

Diarrhoea: stool, watery, greenish, mucous; frequent, profuse, fetid, bloody; burning in anus and rectum, fainting and exhaustion, after ( Arsenicum ).

Worms: with foul breath, choking ( Cina, Spigelia ); dry, hacking cough; tickling at anus; ascarides, lumbrici, tapeworm segments passed.

Terebinth Haematuria: blood thoroughly mixed with the urine; sediment, like coffee-grounds; cloudy, smoky, albuminous; profuse, dark or black, painless.

Congestion and inflammation of viscera; kidneys, bladder, lungs, intestines, uterus; with haemorrhage, and malignant tendency.

Purpurea haemorrhagica; fresh ecchymosis in great numbers from day to day ( Acid Sulphuricum ).

Ascites with anasarca, in organic lesions of kidneys; dropsy after scarlatina ( Apis, Helleborus, Lachesis ).

Haemorrhages; from bowels, with ulceration; passive, dark, with ulceration or epithelial degeneration.

Violent burning and drawing pains in kidney, bladder and urethra ( Berberis, Can., Cantharis ).

Violent burning and cutting in bladder; tenesmus; sensitive hypogastrium; cystitis and retention from atony of fundus.

Albuminuria; acute, in early stages, when blood and albumin abound more than casts and epithelium; after diphtheria, scarlatina, typhoid.

Urine rich in albumin and blood, but few if any casts; < from living in damp dwellings.

Strangury; spasmodic retention of urine.

Relations. – Compare: [Alumen], Arnica, Arsenicum, Cantharis, Lachesis, Acid nitricum

Is recommended as a prophylactic in malarial and African fevers.