Aconite. Either immediate!}- after the accident, on account of its nervous symptoms, or when reaction has taken place, and there is dry burning heat of the skin ; head hot and painful; face red; pulse hard, frequent, and contracted ; great restlessness ; fear of death, etc.
Arnica. Inflammation of the skin and cellular tissue, with extreme tenderness and painfulness ; too often in severe burns the whole nervous system receives a shock which arnica will remove.
Car bo veg. Extreme cases in which the pain is so excessive as to threaten the complete extinction of life.
Coffea. Extreme sensitiveness, especially in children ; it will pro- mote sleep.
Hepar and Cbina. Eor excessive suppuration, which by its drain may endanger restoration.