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Homeopathic Medicine for Acute & Chronic Diseases

Homeopathic Medicine for Acute & Chronic Diseases

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=ABSCESS.
(Including Infections, Suppurations, Cellulitis, etc.) #Belladonna [Bell] is the remedy most often indicated for the initatory symptoms of abscess. The parts ***swell rapidly, become bright red, there is intense throbbing which is painful,pus develops speedily the swelling increases and the redness radiates; here *Belladonna is in close relation with *Hepar and *Mercurius. It comes in earlier than either of these remedies and corresponds more closely to the ***active, sthenic variety of abscess before pus is matured. In abscesses about the alveolar processes, the so called gum boils, **Belladonna is often the first remedy and **Mercurius follows here in most cases. In acute glandular abscess **Belladonna is often indicated and is a beginning remedy. **Chamomilloa is not a remedy to suggest itself in abscess, yet has proved valuable in promoting the formation of pus in chronic abscesses where **Hepar has failed to act promptly, and in making the pains more bearable. #Hepar sulphur. [Hep] is the great homoeopathic remedy for suppurations where the pus is not decomposed. It suits especially lymphatic, phlegmatic individuals. ***Excessive sensitiveness of the parts is a leading indication. It is further indicated by these symptoms: chilly sensations, throbbing in the parts, or ***sharp, sticking pains which are worse at night and from If given low in threatening suppuration it will favor the formation of pus. The suppurative process will often be aborted by **Hepar if given in the higher potencies. Such abscesses as felon or whitlow generally do well under **Hepar. If there be a bruised pain present, sometimes **Arnica may do good. There are two other preparations similar to **Hepar; calcium sulphide, which is the chemically pure article, has never been proved, hence we must regard it only as a makeshift for *Hepar, and Calcarea sulphurica. The last remedy has been found useful in cases of abscess where the suppuration seems to continue indefinitely. The presence of pus with a **vent has been considered a good indication; it comes in after **Silicea, and suits painful abscesses about the anus, and is a most useful remedy in gum boils. Dr. W. E. Leonard claims that in the 12x it will abort felons and furuncles. #Silicea [Sil] is the remedy where the suppuration continues and the wound refuses to heal, no matter where the suppurative process is located; the pus is apt to be thin,watery,and the process is sluggish and

indolent one. Under **Silicea the suppurative process takes on a healthy action , the pus becomes benign, granulation appear. It is then time to stop the remedy, for if it be continued it may undo the good it has done,and another remedy, probably **Fluoric acid ,will have to be given. This remedy antidotes the overuse of **Silicea. **Silicea is usually prescribed after an abscess has been lanced or opened by means of poultice. Warmth is very grateful to the **Silicea patient. **Fluoric acid has relief from cold. Abscesses having ***much cellular infiltration in their vicinity call for Silicea. It, too,is a remedy for all fistulous burrowings. In rectal fistula it is very often the remedy; great nervous erethism, if present, is an additional. There is often considerable foetor to the discharge of **Silicea cases. Scrofulous and tubercular abscesses especially call for **Silicea. #Mercurius. [Merc] Differing from **Belladonna, from **Hepar, and especially from **Silicea is Mercurius, which is one of our good remedies in abscess. It comes in after **Belladonna, when pus has formed. It favors the formation of pus especially in the lower potencies, and is especially indicated in ***glandular abscesses; the pus is greenish in tint, and quite thin and fluid. There is intense, shining redness with throbbing and stinging pains. It does not follow Silicea well. From *Hepar it is to be distinguished by general symptoms; then, too, the suppurative process is slower, and all the pains are greatly aggravated at night. In abscesses at the **roots of the teeth it is one of our best remedies, and it is often efficacious in toothache due to this cause. It will often abort suppuration when used in the highest potencies, as in tonsillitis, where it is a most valuable remedy. It is a remarkable remedy in pyorrhoea and will make extraction of teeth unnecessary. #Lachesis. [Lach] In low conditions of abscess, when pus in thin, dark, ichorous, and offensive in character, **Lachesis may me the remedy. The parts are purplish in appearance. It the remedy for abscess where poisonous matter has been introduced into the system, causing the trouble. **Carbo vegetabilis may also be a remedy in long-lasting, unhealthy suppurative processes which produce a hectic fever. **Rhus toxicodendron is another remedy for abscesses of the parotid or axillary glands where there is a discharge of a bloody, serous pus.

Crops of boils in various parts of the body indicate the remedy well. the pus is bloody and serous. and the swelling is dark red. Boils coming in crops call for **Arnica. #Echinacea [Echi] has achieved a well merited reputation in suppurative conditions. and particularly to hinder the absorption of pus and so prevent pyaemia. The pus is acrid and excoriating. Silicea. #Rhus toxicodendron [Rhus. carrying it on to a discharge of the pus and a cure of the trouble. .The evident poisoned condition of the system and tendency of the abscess to take on a carbunculous state will indicate Rhus. where there is a marked psoric taint and a tendency to boils. correspond to **Sulphur. **Asafoetida. the production of watery. With **Calendula the pus is thick and yellow. **Arnica will often develop the abscess. also blood boils which are very sore.t] is a very useful remedy in acute suppuration. **Calcarea carbonica. purplish in color. ichorous pus. they shrivel up. **Rhus corresponds very closely to septicaemia. Another remedy in low condition of abscess is **Arsenicum. Calcarea iodata (especially in abscess of the cervical glands scrofulous in nature). the threatening of gangrene and the intolerable ***burning pains will call immediate attention to this remedy. It has proved curative in abscesses about the parotid and axillary glands. every little wound or scratch suppurates. The symptoms. unhealthy skin. especially is it useful in chronic cases where the discharge is profuse. not attended with active inflammation. the pain is intense. they are ***very sore. #Arnica [Arn] is the remedy where abscesses and boils do not mature. With *Lachesis the discharge is a thin ichorous pus. and a number of other remedies may perchance be indicated in suppuration and abscess. **Lycopodium has also been found useful in boils which are greatly aggravated by poultices. Calendula (traumatic suppuration). then another crop comes. the great debility. #Sulphur [Sulph] is also a remedy which may be used with the greatest benefit in abscesses and suppuration. especially has it been found useful in suppurative conditions about the eye. **Calcarea carbonica and Graphites. accompanied with emaciation and hectic fever. Abscesses in scrofulous persons. Grauvogl considered **Arnica as a remedy to prevent suppuration. are found under **Hepar.

" and the late Dr. =ACNE. Suppurations is mastoid process. excoriating and of a dirty.especially where symptoms of blood poisoning are present.H. W. especially in hyperaesthetic. **Kali iodatum must also be thought of in syphilitic or scrofulous cases. Asafoetida.A. **Phosphorus is often useful in abscesses about the bones.M. especially if chronic. The acne punctata is the variety corresponding most nearly to Sulphur. Calcarea phosphorica. nervous females. in syphilitic subjects. great aggravation from water is the characteristic leading to **Sulphur in skin affections. **Pyrogen according to Dr. Calcarea fluorica and Manganum special remedies. Pulsatilla. especially in women with scanty menses and irregular circulation of blood. especially the inguinal or axillary. J. #Sanguinaria [Sang] is another useful remedy in acne. Other remedies for acne dependent on sexual disturbances of women are **Calcarea carbonica and Aurum muriaticum natronatrum. E.Clarke says. Acne rosacea yields to *Arsenicum iodatum or Sulphur iodide. The skin is rough and hard and the acne is associated with comedones and constipation. We frequently find an acne in Epileptics who have been maltreated by bromides. Leonard is invaluable as remedy in recurring abscess conditions. It will clean up the system and prevent a recurrence. #Sulphur [Sulph] is perhaps the remedy most often indicated in this affection. Simple forms yield to **Belladonna or Pulsatills. #Kali bromatum [Kali. greenish yellow colour. and here we will find **Aurum. . Martin Deschere loudly praised it.br] produces an acne on the face. #Nitric acid [Nit. and when the discharge is offensive. "I know of no remedy of such universal usefulness in cases of simple acne as **Kali bromatum 30. Dr. neck and shoulders. Since **Kali bromatum has been found a useful remedy in sexual excesses it will be especially a remedy in acne due to that cause. This remedy is especially adapted to the acne simplex and the acne indurata. There is no question as to its efficacy.ac] may also come in suppurations about the glands. and the late Dr.

and there is apt to be an anaemia murmur in the veins of the neck. clinically it has been found one of the good remedies. Obstinate cases. temperament and tendencies and the general symptoms are far mores important than the local ones. In very stubborn cases sometimes **Ferrum phosphoricum may serve better than Ferrum metallicum. In this affection attention must be directed especially to the patient's type. of New Orleans. All these preparations of Iron may benefit cases of anaemia and chlorosis. #Antimonium crudum. if so.Vomiting of food after eating may occur. =ANAEMIA. Dr. and Dr. The patient is easily exhausted. The patient is constantly chilly and perhaps has an afternoon or evening fever simulating hectic fever. It is not the remedy for the anaemia resulting from loss of fluids. more so than with **Cinchona. are curable with this remedy. **Natrum muriaticum acts especially on the sebaceous glands. It is also a great homoeopathic remedy. and not because one or the other preparation of Iron is a . **Berberis aquifolium is useful where the skin is rough and the acne persistent. [Ant.Holcombe. it is by virtue of their similarity to the symptoms of the case. **Ferrum aceticum or the **Ferrum protoxalate.Cushing recommended **Arsenicum bromatum 4x as very efficacious. then **Ferrum will benefit. or perhaps **Natrum muriaticum. careful individualization is necessary.c] Small red pimples on face. which is followed by paleness or earthiness of the face and puffiness of the extremities. that is **Cinchona. acne in drunkards with gastric derangements. [Ferr] Iron is the great allopathic remedy for anaemia from almost any cause. **Calcarea sulphurica is indicated where the pimples suppurate. Ludlam praises **Ferrum et strychnia citrate 3X. used **Ferrum phosphoricum. **Thuja is one of our best remedies for acne facialis. thirst and white-coated tongue. **Antimonium tartaricum. then **Ferrum phoricum. Schuessler recommends first **Calcarea phosphorica. Hughes recommends **Ferrum redactum IX or 2X. #Ferrum metallicum.Jousset. uncomplicated chlorosis **Ferrum is one of our best remedies. **Calcarea picrata is also a useful remedy for acne. In simple. When the patient has an ***appearance of full bloodedness or plethora. but it will not cure every case of anaemia. When **Ferrum is indicated the mucous membranes are pale. with tendency to pustulation. and is a very helpful remedy in acne.

tonic in the allopathic sense. By giving the indicated preparation of Iron it removes the underlying dyscrasia giving rise to the anaemic or chlorotic conditions and cures the trouble. #Pulsatilla. [Puls] **Pulsatilla is the great antidote to Iron, and hence is indicated in the anaemic condition produced by large or continued doses of it. The system is relaxed and worn out; the patient is chilly and suffers from gastric and menstrual derangements. Thus the symptoms resemble closely those calling for **Ferrum. The cause of the anaemia must be sought for, and if the case comes from allopathic hands it is safe to infer that much Iron has been given and **Pulsatilla will surely be the remedy. The **Pulsatilla patient feels better in the open air. Dizziness on rising, absence of thirst, and the peculiar disposition will lead to the remedy. Cyclamen, which is similar in many respects, differ from **Pulsatilla in dreading the fresh air. **Cinchona is the chief remedy for anaemia resulting from loss of fluids,as in lactation or haemorrhage, or from all exhausting discharges, such as menstrual flow, long-lasting diarrhoea, and sexual excesses and loss of semen. The quality of the blood is actually poorer in cases calling for **Cinchona. Special symptoms are heaviness of the head, loss of sight,fainting and ringing in the ears, pale sallow complexion, sour belching, poor digestion and bloated abdomen. The patient is sensitive to draughts of air yet wants to be fanned. Dr. George Royal thinks many physicians err in giving **Cinchona too low in symptomatic anaemia when much time has elapsed since the drain was made on the system. He finds the 30th. productive of better results than the lower preparations. **NATrum muriaticum is also a remedy for anaemic and debilitated conditions due to loss of fluids, especially in women who suffer from menstrual disorders and in chronic cases with a dead, dirty-looking skin. **Chininum arsenicosum is sometimes prescribed for anaemia, not, however, on the totality ;of the symptoms, but because it is said to be "good for it." It has been found curative in certain cases ;of pernicious anaemia. **Acetic acid suits anaemic nursing women, with waxy skin, and thirst. #Calcarea carbonica. [Calc] Almost any of the deeper acting constitutional remedies may be of use in anaemic and debilitated conditions, and especially are the **Calcareas useful. Thus we have **Calcarea phosphorica as the remedy for the "green sickness," chlorosis of young girls, with a complexion like wax, alabaster lips and ears, a bright eye, and when they smile or laugh it is a sickly one. The face sometimes has a true greenish hue or a sallow one. In such cases the menses are

apt to be too early and then calcarea phosphorica is well indicated for this condition. **Calcarea carbonica is indicated by the psoric, scrofulous or tubercular diathesis and the general symptoms of the drug, by disgust for meat, craving for sour and indigestible things, swelling of abdomen, vertigo and palpitation ;on going upstairs. The patient is in a state of worry. Constantly imagining calamities. **Alumina is also a remedy for chlorosis due to the scrofulous diathesis and from improper nourishment, such as occurs in some children brought up on artificial foods. **Nux vomica, too, may be indicated in anaemic conditions when due to gastro-intestinal derangements. **Plumbum has been recommended for inveterate chlorosis with obstinate constipation. **Alumina also, being an antipsoric, is the remedy for anaemic conditions about puberty, with abnormal craving for indigestible substances, such as slate pencils, chalk, etc. #Arsenicum. [Ars] This being a direct poison to the red blood corpuscles takes first rank in cases of pernicious anaemia or in anaemias due to a malarial of ;toxic influence. Dr.Blackley, of England, reported four cases of pernicious anaemia cured with small doses of the remedy. It does not correspond to simple anaemias so well. It indications are ***excessive prostration considerable oedema, violent and irregular palpitation,marked appetite for acids and brandy, ***extreme anxiety and rapid emaciation . There is irritable stomach and intense thirst. When the allopathic school uses **Arsenic as a blood tonic, and Dr.Bartholow says, "it is one of the most valuable remedies in the treatment of chlorosis and anaemia," it does so on strictly Homoeopathic principles. **Picric acid. The extreme prostration of pernicious anaemia, with a heavy tired feeling all over the body, burning pains along the spine and aggravation from excitement indicate this remedy. #Helonias. [Helon] An excellent remedy in anaemia and chlorosis. It suits especially anaemia from prolonged haemorrhage in women enervated by indolence and luxury, or such as are worn out with hard work; they are too tired to sleep and the strained muscles burn and ache A characteristic modality is that the patient is better when the attention is engaged, hence better when the doctor comes. This anaemia is associated with disturbances in the urinary and sexual organs. Tired,anaemic, backachey females need **Helonias, "It is one of the best blood makers that we have." (E. G. Jones.)

#Aletris. [Alet] Chlorosis. "The **China of the uterine organs." (Hale.) Tired dull, heavy,confused. Debility of females from protracted illness; no organic disease. Power and energy of mind and body are weakened. #Secale. [Sec] This remedy produces a progressives general anaemia. It is shown by the peculiar cachexia of anaemia, pale, bloodless, jaundiced color. By its effect on the blood corpuscles it produces a general anaemia, threatening not only the life of a part, but vitiating the whole life of the bodily economy. It is a sort of a meschanical anaemia. #Natrum muriaticum. [Nat-m] This is one of our best remedies in anaemic conditions. There is paleness, and, in spite of the fact that the patient eats well, there is emaciation. There are attacks of throbbing headache and dyspnoea, especially on going up stairs, constipation ands depression of spirits, and consolation aggravates. With these symptoms there is much palpitation, fluttering and intermittent action of the heart. The hypochondriasis in these cases is marked. Scanty mesnstruation is frequently an indicating symptom. **Kali carbonicum is one of the most important remedies in anaemia, weak heart, sweats backache, especially with female complaints.

=ANGINA PECTORIS
#Amyl nitrite. [Aml-n] In acute attacks of this disease **Amyl nitrite is usually the remedy given, and it is given by olfaction of the crude substance, Its action is to produces a speedy dilation of the capillaries in the upper part of the body, the face becomes flushed, the heart's action is rapid and tumultuous, there is a feeling as of a band around the head, constriction about the heart and oppressed breathing. It is very useful in relieving the paroxysm, and if the symptoms correspond it will be found useful at other times. **Aconite is especially useful during a attack of vaso-motor angina from exposures to cold, with intesnse anxiety. Coldness pain radiating from head in all directions, with numbness, tingling, paraesthesia. #Glonoine [Glon] or **Nitro glycerine is a very similar remedy. It has been proved and its action is fairly well known.

#Spigelia [Sep] is a useful remedy in anguishing substernal pain which radiates to neck and arms. **Cuprum has a slow pulse. the heart's action suddenly ceases. **Kali carbonicum has stitches from heart to scapula and there is great weakness. where there is an uneasy feeling about the heart. radiating over the heart and down left arm. a feeling of fulness in region of heart. Staphisagria and Tabacum have proved useful. **Arsenicum has also proved useful especially in preventing the paroxysms. An other remedy to be thought of in tobacco heart is Kalmia. **Kalmia has shooting pains above the heart to the scapula. #Cimicifuga [Cimic] has pains radiating all over the chest and a sensation as if the left arm were bound to the side The patient may become unconscious. Especially useful in anginas caused by tobacco also in the intermittent hearts of the aged." or uneasy pains about the heart due to tobacco. and fluttering of the heart. #Crataegus. a numbness of the right hand and arm should suggest **Lilium. **Magnesia phosphorica 6x in hot water will frequently greatly relieve the paroxysms of angina and lessen their duration.l and the pulse is weak and feeble. **Arnica has a sudden pain in the heart as if squeezed and pain in left arm and left arm and left chest. terrible pain in the left breast. it feels contracted.us. anguish about heart. despondent and fearful of death. In cases . **Cactus may be the remedy when the grasp of the "iron hand" is present. bruised feeling be present the choice is easy. irregular pulse. [Crat] Sudden. pressure form epigastrium to heart. pulse weak and irregular. If organic disease of the heat be present as a cause of the angina.Its grand characteristic is throbbing all over the body in every vessel. labored breathing. If the sore. palpitation and sharp stitches in heart. there is a sense of impending suffocation. Use tincture in water. **Nux vomica. and perhaps sharp pains radiating in all directions from heart. **Tabacum 3x has cured cases of angina pectoris in patients with arterio-sclerosis. **Aurum produces a pressure on sternum as from a heavy weight. frequent doses. tendency to syncope.of "tobacco heart. and clinically it has proved useful in angina. or full and bounding with aggravation from the least motion. It has contraction of the chest with pains radiating from the heart in all directions. which is an excellent remedy in heart .

where the slightest touch cannot be borne. the vomiting . **Arnica is a remedy suiting septic cases and it should be employed after operations. and may be indicated by its peculiar symptoms. **Latrodectus mactans deserves to be studied. the paralysis of the intestine. **Belladonna is especially useful in catarrhal and recurring cases.dry tongue. etc. diarrhoea and restlessness. The ileo-caecal region is very sore and sensitive to touch. =APPENDICITIS.t] This remedy. It corresponds to the pain. It has throbbing and sharp stitching pains confined to a limited spot and the patient is constipated. The febrile disturbance of the drug will be present. locally. Much pain contra-indicates **Aconite.and sudden sinking of strength.and patient lies on back. Bryonia will here find a place. hectic symptoms.Mitchell finds it more often indicated in appendicitis than **Mercurius corrosivus. [Bell] In the early stages of this affection where there is severe pain in the ileo-caecal region. It relieves vomiting in these conditions more quickly than any other remedy. #Arsenicum. [Bry] As in all inflammations about serous membranes. [Rhus.troubles. Dr.red. which may also be a useful remedy. as it has worked well in many cases. [Ars] When the condition points to sepsis Arsenicum may be the remedy. fever. **Mercurius being Homoeopathic inflammation of the mucous membranes deserves consideration. took it has extensive swelling over the ileo-caecal region . **Ferrum phosphoricum and Kali muriaticum have proved themselves clinically in inflammation about the ileo-caecal region and their indications rest on clinical grounds only. especially has it hard swelling. flushed face. #Bryonia. with its great correspondence to septic troubles may be required. It comes in after the chill of the **Aconite stage has passed off and the inflammation has localized itself. There are chills.this remedy will be found most useful. Any movement is painful and the patient lies perfectly still and on the painful side. #Belladonna. #Rhus toxicodendron.

twisting pains. has acted brilliantly in septic appendicitis. of Paris. It may be given in hot water. The foregoing remedies will be found the most commonly indicated any may be used in both operable and non-operable cases as well as in conjunction with the meritorious . [Lach] This is also a valuable remedy. there are eructations of gas and vomiting and both have a faecal odor. its great characteristics of senssitiveness all over the abdomen. No indications except septic condition. strange to say.and great pain. IX and 3x are the strengths used.M. formerly of Utica. recommends **Rhus radicans 6.Y. purely colic remedies as **Colocynth and Magnesia phosphorica should be studied. Therefore. It indications are bowels filled with gas and griping. (Gout.Cartier. in appendicitis of influenzal origin at the onset.oil treatment of the disease advocated by Dr. every case gets it in some form. **Hepar has a deep-seated induration and **Dioscorea has proved a valuable. #Lachesis.O. tiredness is characteristic. the patient never being entirely free from pain. also in those who become exceeding nervous from any abdominal pain. and. It is a far more inflammatory remedy than **Colocynth. **Ignatia is the remedy for the nervous symptoms of the disease. will indicate it in this disease. Dr. and stitching from the seat of the inflammation backward and downward to the thighs. in the homoeopathic school it is one of the first remedies thought of. and other general **Lachesis symptoms present. N. painful to touch and on movement. the tincture. The patient lies on the back with knees drawn up. deeper acting. Undoubtedly many cases of simple colic ares diagnosed as appendicitis and operated upon. **Plumbum has a tense swelling in the ileo-caecal region. **Echinacea. The typical case calling for **Colchicum is where the swelling is red .Terry. estc) #Colchicum. and to be used in cases where operation has been performed and no relief has resulted. it is claimed. remedy when the pain is constant. the abdominal walls are retracted. One observer claims Dioscorea to be as important a remedy in appendicitis as is Bryonia in hepatitis. and its paroxysmal pains are an indication. [Colch] This is the great old school remedy for gout. but not every case of arthritic trouble receives **Colchicum from the careful homoeopathic prescriber. causing an incessant restlessness. =ARTHRITIS. Arthritis dseformans.

Indeed in potency it is Homoeopathic to gout. better adapted to hot swelling of the hip joint than is **Bryonia. toes. The **Colchicum patient is apt to be exceedingly irritable and the gout is not apt to decrease this irritability. It may be the first remedy to use when the patient comes from allopathic hands.of the muscles. . It is more indicated when the smaller joints. it has also arthritic pains in the foot. [Led] **Ledum is a useful remedy in gout as well as in many articular troubles. Unless **Colchicum be given according to these indications it will do no permanent good. having been dosed with large doses of **Colchicum. worse towards evening. it differs from Bryonia in having a scanty instead of a profuse effusion. with extreme tenderness to touch. and a red big toe joint which feels as though it has been sprained. producing great muscular weakness. All the pains of **Ledum travel upwards. #Ledum. the pains are very violent. **Arnica has this fear that the part my be hit by anyone passing.or pale. It has also gouty nodosities in the joints. it must be remembered is a cold remedy. and attending all the symptoms is a general chilliness and lack of animal heat. with metastasis to the heart. **Aconite is most useful in acute attacks of gout in the joints of the feet. pressure and from motion. and pains which are worse on the slightest motion. **Ledum. perhaps. sore and painful on stepping. Another drug having gouty nodosities in the joints is **Guaiacum. which is a very asthenic remedy. Gastric symptoms and cardiac complications also characterize. patient cannot bear to have the parts touched or to have anyone come near him. so Arnica may be indicated well in gout. This remedy has tearing pains in the extremities and contractions . fingers. drawing pains worse from warmth. We have the symptoms that the ball of the great toe is swollen. as we have seen. If the general symptoms of great prostration of the muscular system and abdominal bloating be present **Colchicum is the remedy. The habit of giving **Colchicum to every case of gout in order to palliate the trouble may cause it to attack the heart or fly to other parts. It corresponds only to the onset and if continued for a day or two will cure many cases. **Ledum is also useful after abuse of **Colchicum. a tendency to shift about from joint to joint. It is also especially useful for gouty inflammation affecting the knee joint. wrists and ankles are affected. it is.

the aggravation ***on commencing motion." for **Rhus may be indicated where the patient is worse from motion. while **Aconite suits the acute forms. =BACKACHE. with sudden loss of power to move. as has also **Ammonium phosphoricum. and aching on attempting to rise. but for chronic cases where there are deposits of urate of soda concretions in the joints and the hands become twisted out of shape.of which may be found useful in gout. It is not so much a remedy for the acute symptoms. Under its use pain and swelling subside and large quantities of sand are passed.bruised. but it is easily selected from its gastric symptoms. **Staphisagria has a similar application to gout when it becomes systematized. and will often times give prompt relief. is the greatest characteristic of Rhus in the backache. **Natrum muriaticum has this same symptom--backache relieved by lying on something on hard. It is more suitable to the chronic forms of lumbago. [Rhus.. both . **Rhus seems to be especially suitable to affections of the deeper muscles of the back. as if broken.#Ammonium phosphoricum. This remedy is said to cure more cases of gout than any other. **Urtica urens. **Antimonium crudum has gouty nodes in the joints. Halbert mentions this remedy as useful in arthritis deformans. There are great pains. but worse in bed. and thinks that treating the disease from the homoeopathic standpoint will yield best results. worse during rest and on approach of a storm. reminding of **Rhododendron. The backache of **Rhus is better from pressure. strong urine. This .t] A violent pain in the back. worse before a storm. Baehr prefers **Tartar emetic even to **Rhus and Arnica in lumbago.dull. and much red **Lycopodium. The **Rhus patient likes to lie on sometime hard. [Am-p] This is a useful remedy in constitutional gout where there are nodosities in the joints. **Sulphur has lumbar pains. etc.thus. **Petroleum and **Ruta have pains in the back in the morning before rising. showing. The **Rhus pains are relieved by bending backwards. **Rhododerndron has enlargements of the joints not due to gouty deposits. would suggest **Benzoic acid. It is more characteristic than the symptom "relief from motion. Urinary symptoms. In Staphisagria these pains compel the patient to get up early and move about. **Picric acid. **Rhus toxicodendron.

notably **Cobalt. Suits a lumbago of a quiet type. [Calc. stiffness . lacerating or bruised character. has a rheumatic lameness worse after rest.v] Another remedy in backache. will find in **Calcarea fluorica its remedy when **Rhus fails. Worse from continued motion. and a characteristic is that the patient must sit up in bed to turn over. #Nux vomica. Lumbago worse on beginning go move and relieved by continued motion.. #Calcarea fluorica. It has pain in the lower part of the back. **Kali phosphoricum.f] This remedy has quite a clinical reputation for curing backache. ther is a paralytic tendency. similar to that experienced when one sits still for a long time. another of the tissue remedies. better resting. worse on rising from sitting position. and Secale has a sudden catch or kind in the back. **Hypericum has aching in small of back and stitches. of a drawing. It is in the lumbar region is worse at night when lying in bed. Burning as from coals between the scapulae. **Gnaphalium will sometimes cure a chronic backache. The more chronic the backache the better indicated the remedy. [Nux. and is accompanied by pains shooting down the buttocks. with perhaps sudden stitches in the back.M. with sensitive dorsal spines. especially on the back. **Phosphorus has intense burning pains in the spine between the scapulae. Some remedies have a backache worse from sitting. as well as for **Rhus. and is especially useful in women who are forced to lift and strain and go up and down stairs frequently. and the longer the patient lies in the bed the more the backaches. Lumbago worse when first beginning to move may call for **Anacardium or Conium. The backache brought on by sexual excesses should lead to the consideration of both **Nux and Staphisagria. and on just commencing to move. It also follows Rhus well. and especially the backache simulating spinal irritation. The temperament and general constitutional characteristics of **Calcarea may be present. Zincum. or lumbago from stains. is **Nux vomica.symptom is found also under **Kali carbonicum. Sepia. It has also a morning backache. **Bryonia. Stiff neck and torticollis may also be benefited by **Nux. and Cannabis Indica. **Ledum has a stiffness in the back. with a fullness or burning pain. **Lycopodium. with great aggravation on moving. especially if referable to spinal affections. a tired aching in the lumbar region that saps one's strength and ambition. it comes on about 3 A.

[Bell] In boils with much swelling and redness **Belladonna is the remedy to be used in the early stages. **Oxalic acid numbness. **Cimicifuga has violent aching in the back in women. and the back "give out" when walking. in conjunction with **Hepar sulphuris. It produces inflammation of the connective tissue. when especially worse from walking or stooping. especially in rheumatic subjects.dependent on uterine complaints. Sudden pain in the back. **Arnica produces a crop of boils all over. **AEsculus is often a useful remedy in backache which. When the boils partially mature and shrivel up **Arnica is the remedy indicated. like Sepia's is worse when walking. dull aching in the lumbo-sacral region. back seems too weak to support the body. pain in spots. which Silicea will remove. It is a remedy to prevent boils. It is a severe. aching pain in lower part of the back between shoulders. and following the boil will be a plastic indurated and often inflamed lump. Boils recurring in the spring also indicate the remedy. affecting the sacrum and hips. **Calcarea picrata has achieved a clinical reputation in boils. =BOILS #Belladonna. go on to suppuration. and. continuous.and pain in the small of the back corresponds to this remedy. #Silicea. accompanied by debility and numb feeling in the limbs. . #Sepia. Aurand says no remedy has served him so well for the relief of lumbago or "crick in the back" as **Cimicifuga. #Oxalic acid [Ox-Ac] has an acute pain in the back relived by change of posture. relieved by pressing back upon something hard. The pains are worse when thinking of them. and is worse while sitting. [Sil] This is a great boil remedy. [Sep] **Sepia is very frequently indicated in the backaches which are due to uterine disease. beginning with soreness. Backache during pregnancy will often be suggestive of **AEsculus. and another crop follows. pain and tenderness. worse from any kind of movement or exertion. prescribed for the general indications of abscess will cover many cases. **Picric acid has heaviness. as if struck by a hammer. It is a general weakness in the small of the back when walking.

necrosis nocturnal bone pains. **Platinum muriaticum. **Lycopodium. Pains are dull.f] . Caries especially of the tarsus. #Aurum. [Aur] Caries of cranial bones and bones of the palate are especially met by this remedy . **Phytolacca is said to be specific in boils. #Asafoetida.**Calcarea sulphurica is also a remedy to remove the tumefaction of boils. Pains in the bones of the extremities. worse from rest. Syphilis of the long bones. DISEASES OF. Arnica and Lycopodium. Given timely it may prevent caries. Periostitis before the stage of suppuration. **Mezereum. so much so that dressings are intolerant. There is an offensive odor and discharge of small pieces of bone. **Arsenicum and **Carbo vegetabilis come in boils of a low adynamic type. caries of tibia with great soreness. In the latter remedy profound prostration is an indication. Exostosis of the tarsal bones. It is of striking benifit in secondary syphilitic nodes. Hughes recommends a course of **Sulphur 12. Caries of long bones with an exhausting diarrhoea. **Berberis vulgaris hastens suppuration in boils and prevents their recurrence. **Strontiana carbonica. #Sulphur. [Asaf] Caries of bones with offensive discharges. =BONES. Ostitis discharging bone. with no other symptoms to guide. and has voilent pains at night. worse from touch nodes. **Arctium lappa and Echinacea are excellent remedies with which to break up the "boil habit". periostitis and otitis worse at night and in damp weather. necrosis and exostosis. #Calcarea fluorica. [Sulph] This remedy produces a tendency to boils and is applicable to scrofulous persons. Evans says the trinity of remedies for boils is **Belladonna. **Stillingia.It is an antidote to mercury. intolerable soreness around the ulcers. [Calc. **Anthracinum is recommended by Clarke for succession of boils. drawing and boring.

Curvature of the spine. **Silicea is worse fom cold. Rickets. Mercurial ostitis. burning in the spine. relates a case of maxillary necrosis in which **Silicea followed by Flouric acid and then **Calcarea flourica completely cured. with or without caries. drawing. there is present offensive sweat.Osseous tumors. **Phosphoric acid. Non-syphilitic caries of vertebra and caries of lower jaw. Caries of maxillary bones. Sensation in the bone as if scraped with a knife. nervous in origin. **Calcarea carbonica. [Fl-Ac] Dental fistula. here it is often the clearly indicated remedy. **Flouric acid better. [Sil] Curvature of bones. especially for the fat rachitic infant. violent bone pains. with thin excoriating discharges relieved by cold applications. Hip disease and caries of the spine. It follows **Silicea well. [Merc] Ostitis. Michigan. worse from cold. Caries from syphilis or mercury. in hip disease it is useful after **Silicea. The pains are burning and intermittent. #Flouric Acid. sour sweat. Potts disease. These thre remedies are excellent jaw remedies. caries of the bone. Baehr claims that this remedy is superior to any in caries of the vertebra. This is an important clinical observation and may be accepted as a guiding indication. Dr. **Nitric acid. and is a valuable remedy in that affection. It is a remedy which correponds to the extreme debility found in rickets. and the discharge is thin and acrid. #Calcarea phosphorica. **Ruta . especially of the long bones. pressive pains with sensitiveness. Luther Peck. The proving of **Phosphorus gives the essential features of rickets. Caries after inflammation. Hip-joint disease. rickets. It is especially of use in cases marked by laryngeal symptoms. #Silicea. of Plymouth. swelling. enlargement of bones. In the lower potencies it stimulates the formation of callus. Caries of temporal bones ans mastoid processes. #Mercurius. The remedy for rickets. Osteomata of spongy nature are greatly improved and cured even by this remedy. **Hecla lava. Swelling of bones of jaw after extraction of teeth with violent pains. **Symphytum. It is a slow acting remedy. [Calc-p] A great remedy for non-union of fractured bones when due to ***impaired nutrition. An excellent remedy for injuries of bone where there is an irritability at the point of fracture. **Phosphorus.

Especially useful where non-union results. The breathing is exceedingly difficult. the cough causes gagging and vomiting. the chest seems full of phlegm. and the extremities are covered with cold perspiration. threatening suffocation. It is most useful in bronchial and septic asthmas. **Lobelia is a remedy which one usually classifies with **Ipecac. There is anxiety and general sweat. yet none is expectorated. profuse salivation. vomiting when it occurs is apt to relieve the attack. but the time of attacks is just after midnight. but poorly nourished. and the **Bromine patient breathes very deeply as it seems as if he could not get air enough into his lungs. **Grindelia has been found clinically to benefit humid asthmas and acute catarrhal asthmas. because of deficient callus. The patient has a great deal of anguish and restlessness. [Ip] This remedy is a close homoeopathic simile to asthma. =ASTHMA. It has the great oppression of the chest and a weak sensation in the chest which seems to come from the epigastrium. #Arsenicum. It is especially the remedy if the disease be chronic and the dyspnoea habitual and dry and the patient aged. **Sulphur. dyspnoea. [Ars] As stated above. great appetite. The cough is constant. A pain extending around the forehead from one temple to other and a pain in the back at the last dorsal vertebra are also useful indications. aggravated by motion.while under Grindelia robusta the patient on falling asleep ceases to breathe and awakes with a start. defective assimilation. With Ipecac the expiration is especially difficult. #Ipecac. and Halbert states that 5 or 10 drops of the tincture every hour during the paroxysmal state will greatly palliate. the attack is preceded by a pricking sensation through the whole system. and attacks coming on after midnight lead to the use of this remedy. sudden wheezing. **Apis has a suffocative feeling. especially to the spasmodic variety where the symptoms are great weight and anxiety about the chest. **Arsenicum has some similarity to **Ipecac. he cannot lie down for fear of suffocation. where there is a feeling of a lump. there is nausea.graveolens oftentimes in fractures renders good service in causing callus to form. Probably in higher potencies . Rickets. and if the patient drowses off he is awakened with burning pain and soreness in the chest. and is relieved by moving about. **Arsenicum is quite similar to Ipecac in asthma. and the patient does not see how he can get another breath.

Its general symptoms are worse on change to damp weather. which is characteristic of the remedy.with a feeling as if there were no air in the chest. and under Kali bichromicum we find the attacks coming on about three or four o'clock in the morning.s] This remedy has established a record in curing asthma.bi] The potashes produce asthmatic condition. **Kali phosphoricum has been successfully used in asthma. **Viscum album is also clinically recommended. [Nat. as does also the expectoration of ***stringy yellow mucus. **Kali carbonicum has asthma worse towards morning. **Zingiber is also a remedy for asthma of gastric origin . The asthma of **Arsenicum is accompanied by great debility and burning in the chest. Its symptoms are moist asthma. the patient must loosen the clothing. [Kali. The attacks generally come on about 4 to 5 o'clock in the morning with . simple spasmodic asthmas. and it follows **Ipecac well. Where there is much abdominal irritation present with much flatulence. **Carbo vegetabilis also corresponds to the asthma of the aged who are much debilitated. with a great deal of rattling in the chest. A good symptom calling for **Nux is a constricted felling at the lower part of the chest. It has a peculiar symptom. Baehr and Jousset place this remedy at the head of our list for asthma. It is similar to **Arsenicum except for this feature of tenacious mucus. and the attacks come on toward morning. he sits up and bends forward which relives somewhat.and is especially useful in anaemic persons. The symptom of looseness of the bowels after each attack has been repeatedly verified. It was one of Grauvogl's hydrogenoid remedies. Irritable bilious temperaments also correspond to the drug. there is some relief by belching. they are greatly oppressed for breath and are relived by belching wind. a fear of going to sleep on account of loss of breath which awakens him. in one case the patient was worse from aerated waters and alcohol.it would act curatively for its symptomatology represents the typical paroxysmal features of this disease.it will be all the more strongly indicated. compelling the patient to sit up to breath. If symptoms indicating a sycotic taint be present. It must also be thought of in those who drink much coffee or liquor. [Nux. #Natrum sulphuricum. It has weakness of the respiratory and stertorous breathing. especially in the nervous variety. **Lycopodium and **Carbo vegetabilis should be thought of. #Kali bichromicum. the patient must sit up.v] **Nux vomica is a useful remedy when the asthmatic attacks are brought on by gastric disturbances. no anxiety. #Nux vomica.

A. It is light colored or yellow. Like Ipecac. The great keynote for the remedy is the presence of ***fine mucous rales throughout the chest. #Antimonium tartaricum [Ant. There is great dyspnoea. great desire to be alone. and another in Sabadilla. neurotic types when increased anxiety and nervousness predominate." cured by **Hypericum.T. "dryness of the throat always worse in foggy weather. too. and there are suffocative attacks coming on as in the potash preparation ( and this contains potash ) about three o'clock in the morning. a very careful prescriber. It suits those of a sensitive. Dread of people. #Moschus. . rapidly exhausting.cough and raising of glairy slime. **Antimonium tartaricum is especially adapted to the extremes of life. Another symptom of **Natrum sulphuricum which is characteristic is that the patient must sit up and hold the chest with the hands during the attack. With this remedy the chest seems full of phlegm. highly organized. and it is homoeopathic to certain cases. finer and smaller rales than are found under **Ipecac. The asthma of hay fever finds one of its remedies in **Natrum sulphuricum. for Fort Wayne. The sensation that the patient cannot get air enough is characteristic of the remedy. **Hypericum. nervous temperament. **Blatta orientalis has obtained a good clinical record in acute and chronic asthmas. **Silphium lancinatum. Hale states that horses are cured of the heaves by eating the leaves of **Silphium.Indiana. suiting the asthmatic attacks of the aged and the dyspnoea of the young children when due to pulmonary affections. there is great difficulty in the expiratory effort. having the symptoms. expectoration greenish and copious. **Ambra grisea. Dr.F. The 2x trituration is recommended.F. and is well worthy a trail in obstinate cases.Schulz. precise indications are wanting.uses this remedy very successfully in moist asthma with expectoration of large quantities of stringy mucus. especially if much sneezing be present. with inability to expectorate it. the patient must sit up.t] is a remedy used largely in some form by the allopathic school in asthma. intense fear and a smothering sensation. Dr. [Mosch] Intense anxiety.Allen relates a severe case of asthma.

it is apt to be bloodstreaked. the cough is short and dry. [Bell] **Belladonna suits cases of bronchitis with a violent fever. and great heat of the body. and here it must be distinguished carefully from other remedies also suitable to this stage.restless sleep. Often times it is difficult to determine which of these remedies is indicated. **Belladonna is still the remedy. #Belladonna. and the breathing is somewhat oppressed. short.hard rapid pulse.midway between **Aconite and Gelsemium. or. drafts or dry. the lungs are sore.where the breathing is irregular and hurried.worse at night and on lying down.where it will often check the trouble. It is of use. chilliness.not dry like **Aconite or Veratrum viride. the patient does not sleep. with less restlessness and bounding pulse than the former and less flowing pulse and drowsiness than the latter remedy. exposure to cold.the skin is hot and inclined to moisture. .a cold is taken starting in with a coryza. Dr. **Veratrum viride suits violent cases from the first where ther is high temperature. Pope says that **Aconite will often prevent the development of a thorough bronchitis.though children will cry when coughing. as a result of checked perspiration. It corresponds to cases where every little cold adds to trouble. Do not be too great hurry a change to another remedy when the cough is spasmodic and the child cries after each paroxysm. full. no expectoration. It differs from **Aconite in having no anxiety and no restlessness. There is a tendency to drowsiness. continual. [Acon] The sphere of **Aconite in bronchitis is limited to the onset of the affection.dry. and more especially so in the bronchitis of children. frequent sneezing. fulness in chest without any pain.though its stage is a brief one is usually over before the physician sees the case. then **Aconite is supplanted by **Gelsemium. therefore. Aconite will come in.=BRONCHITIS #Aconite.if present. When.only before the inflammation is localized. If the cases are characterized by lassitude and physical weakness and indisposition with a full flowing pulse and moderate congestion. When the arterial turgescence is over its period of usefulness is past.hard pulse.distressing cough. It stands therefore. and the characteristic mental condition. but dozes in semiconscious manner and starts frequently.full. when **Ferrum phosphoricum must be considered. cold winds.

a choking cough. herein differing from Pulsatilla.dyspnoea. must breathe warm air to avoid coughing. The 12x potency is perhaps the best. The cough is aggravated by coming into a warm room from the cold air. and the hacking produces sore spots in the trachea and chest. #Phosphorus. hoarseness. There is a paroxysmal cough with pain under the sternum. [Phos] Especially suitable to sub-acute and lingering cases in delicate. If the expectoration becomes copious. especially bronchitis following measles and whooping cough. ***"Coughing into a choke" is a valuable indication for this remedy.***hurting the head and distant parts of the body. aggravates the cough. slender. When the cough begins to loosen and becomes rattling. The cough is more the result of an irritation in the larger bronchi than in the finger tubes. then give **Ipecacuanha. There is great pressure over the sternum.though very frequently given. any change in breathing causes cough. The respiration is embarrassed and the tendency is toward pneumonia. The patient presses the hands on the sides of the chest while coughing to relieve the pain. further indicate **Bryonia. **Hepar will be the remedy.bloody and mucous sputum or purulent. if accompanied by nausea and vomiting of mucus. tall. having a salty or sweetish taste.#Bryonia. Hughes says that it is the best remedy after **Aconite for what is known as a cold on the chest. the cough is also worse going into the open air. overgrown or phthisical subjects. . and a guiding symptom is soreness and rawness of the chest. or any use of the voice. It corresponds more closely to subacute cases. fatiguing and choking .loose. with moist rales.thick and muco-purulent. It is of especial good service when the cough is very severe. **Rumex has a tickling in the supra-sternal fossa. It thus suits nonresistant individuals. Talking. **Hepar sulphur.which seems to start from the stomach. of course. [Bry] Probably this remedy is seldom indicated in pure bronchitis. **Pulsatilla may be indicated. and a dry cough. suffocative pressure in the upper part of the chest with constriction of the larynx. and sharp stitches in the chest. With **Phosphorus the cough is worse after meals. **Kali carbonicum is also valuable in capillary bronchitis with dyspnoea. It is worse after a meal and there is but little expectoration. patient better after sleep. Stitching pains in the sides. **Chelidonium is an excellent medicine. It is particularly adapted to dyscrasias. being the reverse of **Bryonia.mucous rales.

#Antimonium tartaricum. saliva-like.tenacious.nausea and vomiting. The expectoration may also be of bluish lumps. raw concussive cough. but the patient raises little phlegm of infants. Hughes considers it useful when bronchitis lingers long in a ***sub-acute condition. and pasty sweat without relief. the prostration not being as marked as with **Antimonium tartaricum. and vomiting of food and mucus may be present. it can be drawn out in long strings. These are clear indication of **Antimonium tartaricum. **Ammonium causticum has also a copious accumulation of mucus in the lungs with incessant cough. and the patient's own mucous secretion drown him. or in old people. desire for cold drinks. **Baryta carbonica has loud rattling in the chest. [Sulph] **Sulphur corresponds well to inveterate cases of chronic bronchitis. [Ant-t] This remedy corresponds to two stages of bronchitis. Another preparation of Antimony. After its use the expectoration becomes less tenacious which permits it to be raised more easily. **Antimonium arsenicosum is also a most useful remedy and corresponds to dangerous types of capillary bronchitis. There is great accumulation of mucus. there is much coughing. the respiration is superficial. an early one and a late one. which is very exhausting . a dry.or yellow and muco-purulent. the tightness seems to be at the epigastrium. but no phlegm is raised. **Kali bichromicum has for its indication the tough. There is fever and alternation of hills and heat. and difficulty in breathing. is praised by Goodno for a heavy. #Sulphur.glutinous character of the expectoration. muco-purulent expectoration. namely. but the patient cannot raise. **Ipecacuanha is the most similar drug. [Merc] The sovereign remedy in inflammatory bronchial catarrh.spasmodic cough. **Antimonium iodatum.sputum watery. wheezing breathing. and brilliant results are here obtained. It often acts promptly in relieving when other remedies fail. yellow. and the child becomes drowsy. the rales are louder and coarser. In these cases carbon dioxide poisoning threatens.#Mercurius. this remedy stands most prominent. the cough sounds loose. In children the cough is infrequent. Its catarrh of the bronchial . there is roughness and soreness from the fauces down through the middle of the chest. which aggravate the cough. There are subcrepitant rales throughout the chest. requiring labored efforts of the respiratory muscles. In the beginning of capillary bronchitis in young infants. and the cough is especially troublesome towards morning .

The great indication is burning as if coals of fire were on the affected part. Bronchial catarrh. obstinate chronic coughs with stitches in the chest. **Lachesis where the cough comes on when the patient is about to drop of to sleep. #Arsenicum album. thick. **Bacillinum is a remedy highly spoken of by some competent observers. [Carb. Arnulphy considers the remedy a most useful one. which has precisely the same symptom as **Arsenic. easy at times. when respiring. If **Arsenic fails resort may be had to **Anthracinum. fatiguing suffocative cough with violent dyspnoea. worse from change of weather to cold and wet. =CARBUNCLE. profuse. Warm application relieve the **Arsenic pains. **Rhus is an excellent remedy in the beginning of the trouble when the pains are intense and the affected parts are dark red. Rhus and Veratrum album. There are also cutting. dyspnoea. the prostration and the pain are well . #Carbo vegetabilis. **Balsam Peru. and ***burning calls for this remedy. Among other remedies suiting bronchial troubles in old people are **Senega where the cough is irritating and the phlegm is especially adhesive and the patient complains of a pressing pain in the chest. muco-purulent expectoration and attended by suffocative attacks. lancinating pains with aggravation after midnight. agonizing pains of carbuncle. a persistent. with loud rales and profuse expectoration. **Nux vomica. hard at others. much rattling in the chest. one is hardly gotten rid of before another is contracted. **Anthracinum will often promptly relieve the burning. moving or coughing. foetid expectoration. **Dulcamara is a valuable remedy for bronchial catarrhs of old people with a very free greenish expectoration.mucous membranes is accompanied with loud rales. [Ars] This is generally regarded as the chief remedy in carbuncle. **Echinacea is a wonderfully good remedy in carbuncle. the septic state. **Scilla.v] Bronchitis of old people with profuse.but far more intense. both this remedy and **Pix liquida have exepectoration of purulent matter. The irritation locates itself in the bronchial mucous membrane leaving troublesome cough. it seems to suit especially individuals who are constantly catching cold. **Arsenicum. yellow. **Arsenic comes in later in the disease than **Rhus. expectoration transparent or muco-purulent.and great irritability of the mind and body.

headache with profuse menses. Flushes of heat with head symptoms relieved by wrapping head up warmly. I to 6. as a local application). #Silicea. and it may also be applied externally.met by it. haemorrhages. Flushes of heat at change of life. =CLIMACTERIC DISORDERS. Carbuncles which slough are very offensive call for **Lachesis or. Hughes also praises Glonoine for these conditions. "have never felt well since that time.as well as **Veratrum viride. The 30th potency acts well here. Derangements of circulation at menopause. #Lachesis [Lach] is a very useful remedy when the surface is swollen and pus forms very slowly. there is great burning. An indication is an early marked black core center. . flushing of the heat and rush of blood to the head. **Aconite. [Sil] This remedy comes in to favor healthy suppuration and promote healthy granulations. **Calladium. such as haemorrhoids. so annoying to women at the change of life. **Tarentula Cubensis produces a perfect picture of sloughing carbuncle with great prostration. Perhaps no remedy controls the flushes of heat. relieved by washing in cold water. **Strontiana carbonica. with sudden cessation of the menses. and it relieves the atrocious pains accompanying it. cold feet and constriction about the heart. **Sanguinaria. Flushes at climaxis. **Grauvogl recommends Arnica. Hughes has repeatedly verified this remedy in carbuncle (use **Succus Calendula. **Amyl nitrite. **Nitric acid and Phytolacca have a disposition to carbuncles. The parts are purplish-looking with evidences of blood poisoning. Small boils surrounding the main sore is a valuable indication. trembling pulse. headache. #Lachesis [Lach] suits especially women who never get well from the change of life.burning on the vertex and headaches. **Carbo vegetabilis. **Veratrum viride. Pruritus at menopause." It corresponds to many climacteric troubles. vertigo.perhaps. It is remedy for women worn out by frequent pregnancies. Carbuncles on back between the shoulders.

Vertigo is characteristic. **In Belladonna there is more cerebral excitement and swelling in the throat is a prominent symptom. There is sinking at the stomach. It should be administered just as soon as the patient realizes that he is taking cold. pain at the vertex and irritability of disposition. It is also. when there is "great nervous tension and unrest with a propensity to work and worry over little things. but a marked tiredness all the time. [Bell] Our English confreres use this remedy quite extensively in what is termed a "fagged womb. feels sad and grieved. =COLDS and CATARRHS." **Sepia. Aconite will be the remedy. hot. Congestion at the climaxis." The patients are very tired. These symptoms are all better in the open air. and this stoppage is apt to change from side to side. There is as yet no discharge. followed by fever. stuffed up nose and rough. there may be sneezing also. #Aconite [Acon] When the attack comes on suddenly after an exposure to a cold. There is no real disease. Often rivals Lachesis in controlling the flooding during the climaxis. excellent for . with chilliness. **Carduus is of supreme importance for liver troubles at the climaxis **Ustilago. not better. #Bellis perennis. like **Nux and **Calcarea carbonica. as in Aconite. scrapy throat. The patient is restless and unhappy. worse in open air.#Cimicifuga [Cimic] is very often the remedy for the suffering incident to the change of life. have a backache. It is but just to state that many have been disappointed in the use of this remedy. want to lie down. with a dry. Dr. Ludlam praises this remedy for nervous conditions following the climaxis. dry and stopped up. dry wind. **China has headache with pains. **Ferrum phosphoricum is very similar to Aconite and may be used when the onset is less sudden and violent and when there is no anxiety and restlessness. **Nux vomica has colds caused by cold weather. **Caulophyllin 3X. there is tingling and burning in the nose and a throbbing frontal headache. but from the congestion the nose is swollen. are quickly benefited by the remedy. Bayes prefers the 6th and 12th potencies to the lower dilutions. in characteristic **Sepia constitutions.

These symptoms of watery discharge and sneezing place **Arsenic in the front rank in the treatment of hay fever. photophobia.and contrary to what one would expect. #Allium cepa. that of **Phosphorus in the chest. but. but with **Sinapis there is dryness and no discharge. which. It corresponds well to patients who are rarely without a cold. The discharge is profuse. A peculiarity of **Allium is that the discharge ceases when the patient goes into the open air. and under **Euphrasia is excoriating. with great smarting in the nose and eyes. The nasal discharge is thin and flows constantly. Catarrh based upon a malarial miasm in poorly nourished subjects calls for the remedy. while the opposite condition obtains in the nose. though excoriating and acrid. there is more lachrymation. thin and acrid. It is a drug Which should be given early. and there is prolonged sneezing. throbbing frontal headache and sneezing. causing the patient to wince and crouch with . **Allium cepa has this excoriating nasal discharge also. the ***sneezing does not relieve in the slightest and the irritation continues as before and is worse on going into sir. yet in spite of this fluent discharge the nose feels stopped up. **Arsenic iodide may be found indicated when burning in nose and throat is marked. and the distingushing feature between this remedy and **Euphrasia is the profuse lachrymation which here is bland. **Sinapis nigra resembles **Arsenicum in the heat in the nose. There is a dull. The discharge of **Mercurius. but returns when entering a warm room again. by the way. The cold of **Arsenic always settles in the nose. the nose burns both externally and internally. is thicker. and if there be a splitting laryngeal cough. watery discharge from the nostrils which excoriates the upper lip. The **Arsenic patient is chilly and wants to be near the fire all the time. excoriates the upper lip. indeed. is said by come to be the best. Under **Allium the edges of the eyelids burn and the eyes are red and sensitive to light. and probably it is when indicated. is bland. #Arsenicum [Ars] is especially useful in winter colds where there is a thin. if anything.predisposition to take cold. [All-c] One of our best remedies for cold in the head.

It will break up a cold at the beginning quicker than any other remedy with these indication: Fullness of the head. The nostrils are sore. and there is constant desire to bore the finger into the nose. **Eruptions on the wings of the nose. which may be excoriating. claims that **Allium is apt to drive the trouble to the chest. Colds brought on by warm relaxing weather especially indicate **Gelsemium. with a watery. when there is a cough which sounds decidedly measly. [Gels] This remedy is often underestimated in the early stages of cold in the head. too. Drowsiness and an inclination to sneeze accompanies. and corresponds well to some . There is also a marked inclination in the patient to hug the fire. or bland discharge form the nose and sneezing. and at the same time there is a fluent acrid discharge.pain. The **Mercurius discharge is acrid. There may be a discharge from both nose and eyes which is yellow and acrid. and there is a discharge if ichorous fluid from the nose. it is all the more indicated. the nostrils and lips are sore. however. hot fever and chilliness. Dryness posteriorly and discharge anteriorly is also characteristic of **Lycopodium. and being so profuse as to keep them wet all the time. It differs from **Allium. There is thirst. #Arum triphyllum. #Gelsemium. **Lycopodium has complete stoppage of the nose night and day. [Euph] Here the upper part only of the respiratory mucous membrane is affected. chills run up and down the back. hence it seems to be most useful in spring and summer weather. Farrington. and adds that when it reaches the chest **Phosphorus is the remedy. in the character of the discharge. [Arum-t] Under **Arum all of the secretions are acrid. and not as thin as that of **Allium. and it lacks the laryngeal symptoms so common in **Allium. **Euphrasia is often well indicated in the coryzas which precede measles. as we have seen. from the eyes excoriating. and copious lachrymation. is similar. The patient is dull and weak. excoriating the cheeks. with some discharge. #Euphrasia. but **Arsenic has sneezing in the cool air after leaving a worm room. Like **Allium cepa it has a copious. fluent discharge from nose. but drinking causes pain. excoriating. The nose may be completely stopped up. as if a cold were coming on. **Arsenic. from the nose bland. the latter being most acrid.

The Mercury discharge is thin mucus. violent sneezing. the eyes water. worse at 3 A. **Lachesis is often suitable for spring colds and catarrhs. Another symptom indicating **Nux is a fluent coryza during the day and a stuffed up sensation at night. Colds at onset of menstruation.M. **Kali iodatum has great distress in frontal region. or it may be yellowish green in color. acrid discharge. it should be given as soon as dryness and tickling in the nose begins. Thin watery discharges belong to **Allium cepa. and tendency to perspiration which aggravates. with sensitiveness of throat. **Mercurius is similar. not thick as in **Pulsatilla. . cold weather. #Nux vomica. There is a predisposition to take cold on any change of the weather. and some other drugs. **Pulsatilla is more for a ripe cold. and there is scraping in the throat. **Mercurius is especially aggravated in damp weather and the coryza is worse by heat of stove room. Euphrasia. The IX dilution will often suffice. or from sitting on damp. It is of little use after the cold is established. #Mercurius. In the incipiency of a cold. It has been found specially useful in influenzas with fever. associated with sneezing and stuffed up feeling in the nose. cold steps. nose is sore. and dullness and oppression about the front sinuses. when it is brought on by damp. with very sore throat.epidemic colds. [Nux-v] The first stage of ordinary cold in the head may be met by **Nux vomica. and Arsenicum also has heat and burning in the nose. this remedy has been found to be of signal use. which is opposite of **Nux. **Mercurius is a valuable remedy. burning in eyes and nose. having rawness and soreness in the nose. The nose is dry. wiping nose is painful. It is a remedy that must be used early in the cold. the nasal passages are alternately free and obstructed. When a cold begins with coryza. [Merc] There is a profuse coryza which extends to the frontal sinuses. but it is especially aggravated in damp weather. **Quillaya. **Sepia. Hydrastis. there is very little discharge. These symptoms are worse in a warm room and better in the open air. but the coryza is relieved by warmth and aggravated by cold. Arum triphyllum and Arsenicum.

The discharge is thick. with . There is no sneezing or excoriating discharge with **Pulsatilla. with and without sneezing. The patient feels chilly. Increased secretion of watery mucus from nose. yellow. also for attacks of sneezing without a cold. more distinctly yellow than **Kali bichromicum and profuse. it may be used by olfaction. and the inspired air feels cooler than usual. Thick. tenacious mucus in posterior nares. but there is no burning and rawness and tenacity to the discharge. #Kali iodatum. dull headache. even though the patient be chilly. It really comes in along with or even before **Aconite. constant desire to blow the nose. **Hydrastis is also similar to Pulsatilla. frontal sinuses involved. It will often check an incipient cold when the chill is first felt. excoriating and very profuse.of Highmore in scrofulous or mercurialized individuals.i] Thin. sensation of a hair in the nostrils. which occur upon every change . and is a useful remedy in chronic or rather paroxysmal coryzas.#Pulsatilla. scalding discharges from the nose and coryzas. and in addition to it you have sneezing. but the keynote of this remedy is a sensation of wetness in the nose. and. the cold has settled in the back of the nose and throat. yellow. **Drosera suits the last of colds with a cough coming on by fits. give Cyclamen. [Camph] First stage of cold in the head when nose is stopped up and is dry. #Camphora. Coryza with raw nose and throat. and there is relief in the open air. what is known as ***a ripe-cold. muco-purulent. [Puls] **Pulsatilla is more indicated in an advanced stage of cold in the head.of weather. above all bland. With the **pulsatilla cold there is usually loss of smell and taste. yellow discharge of **Pulsatilla. This remedy alone will cure more sinusites than any remedy because it is more often indicated. **Chromico-kali-sulphuricum in the 2X or 3X is highly recommended in chronic rhinitis. but it has not the wide range of application that **Aconite has. **Penthorum sedoides. for it is never indicated. If you have a **Pulsatilla cold. Loss of taste and smell after catarrh. which involve the frontal sinuses and antra . which feels raw and excoriated. hence it should not be given at the beginning of a cold. **Magnesia muriatica. [Kali. later it has the thick.

causing choking. those who take cold when the weather changes to a lower temperature. The throat is irritated and the no. This is the Schuessler remedy for coryzas. stuffed feeling at root of nose. worse after getting wet. **Sticta. stringy. The use of salt baths by the old school and the popular use of salt food would seem to verify this observation. It also removes the tendency to take cold. Discharge tough and stringy.m] Colds with watery. feeling of dryness in nose. hypertrophic rhinitis. #Dulcamara. The leading and most annoying symptom is dryness of the mucous membrane of the nose (**Senega). and so it becomes of great use in nasal catarrhs and influenzas of autumn. . forming scabs difficult to dislodge. the watery exudations being the biochemic indication for coryzas. no discharge. call for this remedy. Clarke considers **Natrum muriaticum one of the most valuable remedies we possess for colds. causing vesicular eruptions about mouth and nose. It is a frequently indicated remedy in chronic nasal catarrh. glairy mucus. catarrhs involving whole respiratory tract. clear frothy discharge. discharge. watery discharges. Putrid smell. atrophic rhinitis. first fluent acrid coryza relieved by warmth.profuse. [Dulc] Dry coryza renewed by slightest exposure. There is entire loss of taste. It often follows **Aconite well. The **Nux coryza is worse in the house and better in the open air. in the open air and at night. Nasal polypi. though nothing escapes. wants to blow nose. The eyes smart.se is apt to be red. with watery. worse on going into colds air and on exertion. the watery exudations being the biochemic indication for its use. transparent discharges. Colds which come on from change of weather and gradually involve the whole respiratory tract may indicate **Dulcamara. **Lemna minor. post-nasal discharge. putrid taste. **Kali bichromicum. It suits especially torpid phlegmatic constitutions. great dryness of posterior nares. sometimes extending to throat. Dropping of mucus from naso-pharynx in the morning. secretion dries rapidly. [Nut. which will easily distinguish. lachrymate and become puffed. Constant desire to blow the nose. #Natrum muriaticum. then tough.

It is also a most useful remedy in menstrual or vesical colic. cold sweat. =COLIC. thick. with a discharge dropping at times like clear water from the nose. undigested food or cold. yellow discharge. Indeed. when the well-known griping pains forcing the patient to bend double or press something hard into the abdomen are present. doubling patient up. [Coloc] This remedy is specific in colic in gouty and rheumatic subjects. but in all the forms of colic to which **Colocynth is applicable it is necessary that the nervous element predominate over the inflammatory. but accompanied with green. **Veratrum album. **Chronic catarrh. **Aconite. it is only in the nervous form that pressure relieves. #Colocynth. relieved by stretching the body out rather than by bending double. and the griping is with and preceding the same and emission of flatus or stool will relieve the colic. #Dioscorea. **Dioscorea is most useful in painful enteralgias which are relieved by bending backwards. after eating fruit or vegetables. [Dios] Pain about umbilical region. burning and rawness in posterior nares.so-called. **Causticum. flatulent spasms."Cold sores" may accompany the colds. **Sanguinaria nitrate. The . husky voice must clear throat before speaking. Griping. and associated with paroxysms of great intensity. Acute colds with sneezing. but no relief therefrom. **Magnesia corbonica. Painful distention of the abdomen and constipation . Pains radiate to chest and back. it is of little use in inflammatory colic. Flatulent eructation and sickness of the stomach. Inflammatory colic forcing patient to bend double. Pains forcing patient to bend double. Bilious. It is a colic caused by flatus. continuous and constant. slimy stools. profuse discharge. it is a most valuable remedy in certain forms of dyspepsia which are marked with much colicky pain. must walk about for relief. Sometimes of use after **Colocynth fails. rheumatic and neuralgic colics. Colds which come on suddenly. colicky pain. with much burning and irritation. should call for **Calcarea and it will be found of great service. or perhaps some violent emotion such as a fit of anger There may be present diarrhoea.

pains worse on motion. worse from warmth. abdomen hard and drawn in.v] Haemorrhoidal colic or colic from accumulation of flatus. Flatulent colic of hysterical females and colics of pregnant women.pressing up and down . **Belladonna. claiming that it is almost specific.Eclectic School uses this remedy for gall stones. [Ip] Griping colic like a hand clutching the intestines. flatulent colic. Colic from dietetic errors or in brandy o coffee drinkers. Menstrual colic. after acid or unripe fruit. Colic from anger or following abdominal operations. It is usually given in doses of 20 to 40 drops in 4 ounces of water. but discharge of flatus gives no relief. a teaspoonful every 30 minutes to two hours. spasmodic colic from flatulence. [Cocc] Nervous colic. It seems as if places in the abdomen would break through. Same pain in right hypochondrium. red face and perspiration preceding an attack of intestinal catarrh. as more is constantly formed. and the transverse colon protrudes like a pad. worse at night. pains pinching and contractive. Suits especially colic in women and children. cutting pains shooting across abdomen from left to right. **Ignatia. pain in lower part of abdomen with a disposition to relapses. Colic form anger. It seems to relax the circular muscular fibres of the duct. #Chamomilla. Hysterical colic. **Pulsatilla. Constipation is an accompaniment. accompanied by flatulence . not distended. Colic of infants is well met by **Belladonna. #Nux vomica. Attacks of colic in hysterical people. the neuralgia is peripheral and the abdomen distended like a drum. There is congestion of the intestines. griping as if intestines were rubbed between stones. loud rumbling and gurgling in abdomen. The colic is worse by motion and better during rest. Colic with chilliness from pastry or rich food. #Cocculus. worse bending forward. waking them out of . Colic with hot cheeks. It is rather an enteritis than an enteralgia. #Ipecac. There is atony of the digestive apparatus and digestion is at a standstill. The child bends backwards and screams. **Staphisagria. accompanied with a frequent desire to urinate. [Nux. Deep seated hypogastric pain.

Almost specific for lead colic. and success result. and that is. Lead produces one of the most violent colics of any drug and this colic is sometimes difficult to cure. In many cases of inveterate constipation calling for this. Colic in young children relieved by pressure. **Nux vomica has peculiar and characteristic indications for constipation. The abdomen is as hard as a stone. But **Nux vomica is often prescribed when these indications are not present. and often does much good. in this class of cases there will almost invariably be present one of the great clinical indications of the remedy. its value in ***antidoting purgative medicines. Alumina. this. Alum. intermitting with great uneasiness and screaming. is not essentially a nervous colic. #Plumbum. abdomen hard. There are cramps in the legs and obstinate constipation accompanies. [Nux. are **Belladonna. Then the case can be prescribed for. walls drawn in. but to cure it the drug must be given in a much higher potency. [Cupr] Inflammatory colic.and the other remedy. Another thing about **Nux is the fact that while prescribed low. [Plumb] Abdominal pain radiating in all directions. as in the tincture. **Cuprum arsenicosum is a valuable remedy for violent enteralgias. but not flatulence. Nothing is surer than this. Other remedies in lead colic. and when prescribed upon these indications it will cure every time. **Opium. =CONSTIPATION. . sensation as if the abdominal wall were drawn to back by string.v] Perhaps no remedy in the Materia Medica is oftener prescribed for anything than is **Nux vomica for constipation.that. **Stannum. #Cuprum. Platina and Nux. the indications followed. colic from grief. The pains are violent. however. violent spasms of colic as if a knife were thrust into abdomen. #Nux vomica. better from rubbing and hard pressure.sleep. it will be noticed that expected results are not obtained and will not be obtained and will not be obtained until **Nux vomica has been given to antidote the effects of drastic medicines. it will frequently relieve constipation. Greatly aggravated by drinking cold water.

however. and haemorrhoids are a frequent accompaniment. The constipation of **Nux vomica is usually of the kind induced by lazy habits. **Anacardium resembles **Nux vomica in many ways. but to an irregularity of the peristaltic actions. the physical signs of this inharmonious intestinal action can be felt by palpating the abdominal walls.of Paris. laxatives. Nor should it be too often repeated. sedentary habits. cathartics and their like. In all these cases. an augmentation of the spasmodic state of the intestines. well says: **"Nux vomica should never be given in constipation according to the law of similars in the low attenuations. Hughes claims it to be superior to **Nux as usually prescribed. In cases indicating **Nux vomica there will be a great crossness. the sedentary temperament. Dr. or in the mother tincture. Even soft stools are expelled with difficulty. **Hydrastis has a symptom. Cartier." . want of exercise. which is quite characteristic. The mental symptoms of **Nux are important in treating constipation. Absence of desire for defecation contra-indicates **Nux. the higher the dilution the better the chance success. inattention to Nature's calls in the first place. irascibility and objection to all opposition. There is a fitful intestinal activity. for the effect that constipation has upon the minds of some people is well known. the symptoms calling for the respective drug should be present. which **Nux vomica does not have to any extent. gone feeling at the epigastrium. Inflammatory symptoms or pain generally contra-indicates. while **Opium and Bryonia have no urging at all. but it is due to wind. He recommends a drop or two of the tincture in water once daily before breakfast. An opposite effect will be produced thereby.**Hydrastis is another remedy that is sometimes useful after the abuse of purgatives. It is due not only to inactivity of the whole system. We may sum up **Nux vomica by calling again the attention to the mental characteristics. Carbo vegetabilis has urging. According to d'Espiney. but withal a powerlessness of the rectum. It is due not only to inactivity of the intestines. that is a ***sinking. Small quantities may be expelled with each attempt. as if a part remained behind. however. ***constant ineffectual urging to stool. The **Nux stool is also apt to be large. and a sluggish condition of the whole system. and when the stool does occur it is incomplete and unsatisfactory. It has a sensation of a plug in the rectum which cannot be expelled. giving rise to the great characteristic.the fitful intestinal action and its antidotal relation to purgative drugs.

Another characteristic symptom of Sulphur is constipation alternating with diarrhoea. a tendency to piles is another. both cannot be indicated at once. surely. They complement each other. for. but with Plumbum there is some activity. the evacuation are often unsatisfactory. in fact. dry. and when passed at all come in little. The general venous system is usually at fault in true **Sulphur cases. as in **Nux. due to abdominal plethora or passive portal congestion. hence it is apt to go on getting worse until the attention is called to it by the flatus accumulating in the upper part of the intestines. and anything that stimulates this system into action. The stools are hard. absolutely no urging to stool whatever.#Sulphur. A bad constitution and frequent ill health are good indications to start with. a regular paralysis of the peristaltic movement. With **Sulphur there is an ineffectual urging to stool. There is an absence of desire. here resembling the stool of **Plumbum . and there is a general uneasy feeling all through the intestinal tract. dark. though. [Op] While the constipation of **Nux is due to irregularity of intestinal action. it should not be given. with **Opium there is a want of sensibility throughout the intestinal tract. There is apt to be much twitching and burning of the anus. such as exercise and cold. and so the faeces become impacted in the bowels. always benefits the Sulphur patient. follow each other well. [Sulph] Many of the older homoeopaths used to give Sulphur and **Nux vomica in alteration for constipation. but here the lack of urging is rather due to dryness of the mucous membrane than to intestinal inactivity. that of **Opium is due to absolute inaction of the intestines. Where the faeces require . and. with a sensation of heat and discomfort in the rectum . dry. the first effort to stool being extremely painful. Another drug which has no urging to stool is Bryonia. there is often a sensation as if a part remained behind. hard. and expelled with great straining. almost all of the indications for its use will be the general ones . The general temperament of the drug has much to do with its choice. and consequently the constipation is not apt to inconvenience the patient. It is very useful remedy with which to commence the treatment of constipation. black balls. #Opium. unless the symptoms call for it. but better results will be obtained if each be given singly when indicated. **Sulphur needs to be given high and n continued for any length of time .

The stools may be hard and knotty like sheep dung.artificial means for their removal. A dry mouth and an irritated looking tongue may lead to the selection of **Alumina. so that we have the symptom. There is diminished peristaltic movement and complete inertia of the rectum. Thus we see that the indications for **Plumbum in constipation are concise and precise. The anus feels as if drawn upward. #Alumina. Plumbum or Bryonia may be used in this condition. this remedy should be thought of. Diminished secretions are also characteristic of **Opium . which are black. explained. [Bry] The large-hard-dry-stool-as-if-burnt of **Bryonia is familiar to all of our Medical School. or may be soft. piecemeal. inflamed and bleeding about the orifice. Even Spring water boiled in an aluminum pot will deposit a white sediment on cooling. If the characteristics of Alumina are prominent in a given case. the patient is drowsy and dizzy. [Alum] Chief among remedies for constipation due to dryness of the intestinal tract stands **Alumina. The stool is passed with the greatest difficulty and consists of little round balls. There is much straining with the remedy and the stool is passed in very small quantities . It is one of our most useful remedies in constipation of children where the rectum is dry. [Plumb] As we have already seen. in fact. With this drug there is loss of muscular activity and diminished secretion of intestinal glands. at times there is considerable. #Plumbum. Alumina. The constipation of the drug is due to dryness . though **Selenium. so to speak. soft stool expelled with difficulty. they may be due to the use of aluminum ware in cooking. with **Plumbum there is some intestinal action. so that dryness intestinal inactivity. a marked spasm of the sphincter ani which is apt to be painful. So we have urging to stool. Lead colic is one of the effects of the drug. There is little or no urging to stool. **Alumina differs from **Bryonia chiefly in the state of rectal inactivity. is one of the causes of constipation of old people. dry and hard. and there is accompanying. #Bryonia. and accompanying this urging is a colic with a marked retraction of the abdominal walls.

Lycopodium has a sensation after stool as if something remained behind. **Magnesia muriatica. A great deal of rumbling in the abdomen following the stool is an additional indication. and so we find that the characteristic constipated stool of **Natrum muriaticum is a hard and crumbly one. as we have seen. though each has ineffectual . The constipation . #Lycopodium. Older writers alternated **Bryonia and **Nux vomica with success in very obstinate cases. **Alumina is similar. smarting and soreness in the rectum. #Natrum muriaticum. being composed of hard lumps like sheep dung. or the first part hard. is frequently cured by Bryonia 30th. Constipation in young children. another of the muriates.and there is no urging. It is said to act better in rheumatic subjects and in summer. they may also be coated externally with mucus. **Nux. the last soft. [Nat-m] All the muriates have crumbly stools. owing to an atony of the intestines similar to **Veratrum album and **Opium. but it has such complete inactivity of the rectum that even a soft stool is expelled with difficulty. the rectum is dry. In the constipation of children and pregnant women it often finds a place. **Ammonium muriaticum has this same symptom of dry and crumbly stools. due to constriction of the rectum. which are accompanied by hypochondriasis.with stitches in the rectum. too. With **Bryonia the stools are passed with a great deal of difficulty. **Nux and Lycopodium may be easily distinguished . There is ineffectual urging to stool. [Lyc] Like **Nux. Constipation. In constipation of young people who are subjected to acne and comedos. and it is here praised by Hartmann. the stool is hard to expel and causes bleeding. and here it reminds one of **Silicea. **Natrum muriaticum should be thought of. **Bryonia cures constipation where not only the intestinal secretions are diminished. It sometimes comes in the most obstinate cases. irregular. which are so dry that they crumble as they pass the anus. its constipation is also due to dryness. has characteristically a constipation in which the stools are passed with great difficulty. calls for this remedy. The mental condition of irritability and ill-humor will often be present as a concomitant of the **Bryonia constipation. The stools are dry and hard. but the muscular action as well. peristaltic action. according to Hughes. produces and cures constipation due to fitful. is apt to be associated with the stool.

[Graph] Graphites is one of our best remedies in constipation. Nitric acid. this is due to irregular peristaltic action. The mucus-coated stool. #Silicea. The mental symptoms here. Excessive soreness of the anus in making the post defecation toilet is an indication for its use. It is also a remedy for the constipation due to lead poisoning. and when it does come it is composed of little round balls. **Graphites suits especially women who suffer from a neglect to attend promptly to nature's call. there is torpor of the whole intestinal tract. will remove in most cases the underlying disease leading to the fissure. while with **Lycopodium it is due to a constriction of the rectum. It is considered a remedy for the constipation of emigrants and travelers. scanty. as . if Homoeopathy can be said to have "best remedies". #Graphites. burn. and sometimes we have with the drug ineffectual urging. . so it would seem to find an additional indication where the trouble was brought on by change in manner of living. smart and itch intolerably. When constipation is due to inefficient expulsive force of the rectum and a spasmodic condition of the sphincter then Silicea is our remedy. as well as the haemorrhoids which accompany them. With this drug there is no urging. [Plat] With Platina. unsuccessful urging to stool and great dryness of the rectum. too. These fissures. As under **Ignatia. they are: **Silicea. the melancholy and the apprehension are characteristic. The stools seem to adhere to the rectum like glue or putty. owing to the fissure. the extreme soreness of the anus. Paeonia and Ratanhia. these. are of the utmost importance. The patient sometimes goes days without a stool. There is great weakness in the abdomen and a sensation as if there were a load in the rectum which could not be expelled.urging to stool. with **Graphites. There is frequent urging. #Platina. In **Nux. the depression. Three or four remedies are usually to be thought of in this condition of fissure of the anus. knotted together with shreds of mucus and accompanied with great pain when passing.we have seen. will easily decide for the remedy. With this condition we have a condition where the sphincter suddenly contracts and the partially expelled stool recedes. the general **Graphites temperament of sadness and obesity. dry stool and great abdominal weakness. Aching of the anus after stool is also characteristic of **Graphites. there are sharp stitches in the rectum.

Dr. and the cough sounds and there is a constriction across the upper part of the chest. It is at first dry and tight and then with expectoration of tenacious purulent mucus. the chest feels dry. and in reflex coughs. Of course. There is urging to stool and a sensation as if faeces remained in the rectum. #Veratrum album. It comes in very well after **Nux vomica. **Podophyllum 12th has proved of use in constipation of children. as under **Bryonia and Opium.one of our greatest diarrhoea remedies. but they will. It is tickling which is lower down than the irritation calling for **Belladonna It is made worse by talking or using the voice. so that the patient almost stands in order to enable him to get sufficient power to expel the stool. [Verat] Though this remedy is . There are extreme cases where the patient is able to force a passage for himself. dry cough. especially in constipation of children. the stools are large. Continued hoarsensess with a distressing. It is also a remedy for stomach or hepatic coughs. Bryce claims that it will bring stool quickest of any medicine I ever tried. it has a marked effect in the treatment of constipation. if studied closely. Silicea has a great deal of soreness about the anus.**Causticum has constipation due to powerlessness of the rectum. Dunham speaks of the constipation of **Veratrum as one characterized by a disposition to stool in the upper part of the intestinal canal and an indisposition to stool in the lower part. being here similar to **Ambra grisea. As with **Graphites. any change in breathing causes the cough. It is worse from a ***change to cold air. . but finally has to give it up. The symptoms calling for its use are as follows: There is complete atony of the intestines. and the faeces have to be removed by artificial means. anaemic coughs. be found to correspond with the majority of cases. =COUGHS #Phosphorus. in fact. As with the diarrhoea there may be faintness after the stool. but the spasmodic condition of Silicea is absent. hard and black. The faeces accumulate in large masses in into a sweat." He used 3x. also an oozing of moisture. the above remedies will not cure every case of constipation. [Phos] The cough of **Phosphorus arises from irritation in the trachea. **Phosphorus has a constipation of long slender stools voided with much straining.

but it is not nervous in origin. **Sambucus. worse from speaking and worse from lying down at night. rough voice yields to phosphorus. and the patient is more "broken up" with the cold. **Asclepias tuberosa. It is a laryngo-tracheal cough which is teasing and persistent. worse from cold drinks. #Bryonia. The patient has to cover the head with the bedclothes and breathe warm air to stop the cough. racking cough of chronic bronchitis. which is worse from deep breathing and excitement. and is preceded by a tickling in the epigastrium. **Phosphorus follows **Belladonna well. It suits incessant fatiguing fatiguing coughs. with stitching pains in the chest. therefore. [Spong] This remedy suits a hard. **Silicea has a similar cough. ringing. **Ambra grisea is useful in nervous coughs followed by eructation of wind. but the hoarse. oftentimes the dry . Deep inspiration aggravates it. with a purulent salty and greenish expectoration. with soreness behind the sternum. #Rumex crispus. but also hurts distant parts of the body. as the sough not only shakes the chest. It seems to come from the region of the stomach. #Spongia. There is usually no expectoration. It is induced also by coming from the open air into a warm room and is accompanied by bursting headache. Loose cough. The expectoration is scanty. **Natrum carbonicum. [Bry] The cough of **Bryonia is generally dry and concussive. often arousing the patient out of sleep with a suffocative feeling. Reflex coughs rather than those of organic lesions of the respiratory organs. tough and sometimes bloody. metallic sounding cough. and is aggravated by cold air. **Sticta has this symptom. It suits the night coughs of consumptives where there are sharp. Cough worse in a warm room. stitching pains through the lungs in the early stages. a looser cough than the Bryonia cough. **Belladonna relieves the soreness. Useful in suffocative coughs of children where there is . barking.**Ignatia is useful in nervous coughs. During the cough the patient holds the sides of the chest with his hands. it suits. A dry cough is an important indication for **Belladonna. [Rumex] This remedy has a dry cough from tickling in the supra-sternal fossa. and much tough mucus in the larynx which cannot be hawked up. tenderness and fever. in which the more the patient coughs the greater the irritation to cough.

The expectoration is rust colored and the breathe may be offensive. no phlegm is raised. Burt testifies as to its utility in dry spasmodic nightly coughs that prevent sleep. The irritation is in the trachea or upper bronchi. [Ant. Cartier recommends this remedy highly in spasmodic coughs. has to sit up and cough violently. nervous and spasmodic. caused by tickling in the throat and constriction of chest.t] With this remedy the cough sounds loose and the patient feels sure that the next cough will raise the mucus. with no expectoration. [Hyos] The cough of this remedy is dry. Dr. **Manganum has a cough that is always better on lying down. worse in the evening and at night. **Laurocerasus is a very beneficial remedy in the dry. #Antimonium tartaricum. . patient can only breathe with the mouth wide open. due to an acute laryngo-tracheitis. There is drowsiness accompanying the cough and the dyspnoea increases. It is usually a dry cough excited by tickling in the larynx and upper chest. here being like **Kali bichromicum. but no relief is obtained. worse lying down. **Opium has a difficult cough. Holcomb says: " It has done me more good in pulmonary diseases than any other single remedy. It is especially useful in the pre-tubercular stage of phthisis. it may have a loose cough. Speaking or laughing also aggravates the cough.rough wheezing with great dyspnoea. but the secretion of mucus is expectorated with great difficulty. Hyoscyamus is a wonderfully calming remedy in the night coughs of consumptives. #Hyoscyamus. with a scanty expectoration. [Sang] This is one of our best remedies in dry and humid coughs following inflammation. occurs at night and ceases after sitting up. Bayes says that the 3d and 6th potencies harden the cough. This remedy has a tormenting dry cough. but it does not . the **Belladonna cough may compel the patient to sit up. **Conium. teasing cough of consumptives. **Aralia racemosa cures a spasmodic cough coming on at night after the first sleep. only troublesome when sitting up. Brigham says that few remedies have proved equal to **Sanguinaria for bronchial coughs." Almost any cough with a ***hectic flush and dryness of the throat will yield to **Sanguinaria. especially tormenting at night. #Sanguinaria. Again. **Naphthalin. This is characteristic of the drug.

As with **Antimonium tartaricum. is accompanied by great physical depression and a stinging and smarting sensation in the larynx. It is worse at night and in bed. These symptoms distinguish the remedy. burning feeling of rawness from fauces to sternum. **Hepar sulphur. and after a tedious effort a small quantity of tough stringy mucus is dislodged. but does not yield to coughing. **Kali carbonicum has a paroxysmal cough. Rattling in chest. etc. Youngman. The cough may cause gagging and vomiting. If the pharynx and fauces are affected **Nux will be more especially indicated. M. thus summed up the indications . Dry cough with roughness. The expectoration when present is either lemon-yellow or blood streaked. **Ipecac has a loose. **Nitric acid. the rattling in the chest and the absence of expectoration. It is a convulsive. It corresponds well to coughs following measles and to wearisome morning coughs where there is the difficult expectoration. of Atlantic City. it has a loose edge and the patient coughs into a fit of choking. accompanied by asthma and nausea and vomiting. dry and fatiguing coughs accompanied by headache and soreness in the epigastric zone. often short and dry on first lying down at night. The **Nitric acid cough is essentially chronic. **Mercurius is adapted to a dry cough that is passing into a moist stage after Belladonna. Bryonia. never a perfectly dry one. which relieves. D. which is violent and long continued. #Kali bichromicum. [Kali-bi] This remedy has a constant metallic barking and its great characteristic is the presence of a thick tenacious mucus. **Nux vomica is sometimes useful in short. which is exceedingly difficult to expectorate. there is little or no expectoration. concussive cough. **Scilla. attended with copious secretion of mucus.but the 2x loosens it. #Sticta pulmonaria. together with its amelioration at night in bed. [Stict] Dr. patient coughs a long time before a little mucus is raised. the chest seems full of mucus. rattling cough occurring with every breathe. The characteristic then are the loose cough. A cough that has lasted a long time and been neglected will oftentimes be benefited by Ipecac. The cough of **Hepar is husky and hoarse.

2. racking. however. relieved by a drink of cold water. He suggested it as being worthy of a trial in whooping cough. . Useful in the harassing coughs accompanying organic diseases of the heart. **Dulcamara has a spasmodic cough.l with tightly adhering mucus in the chest. It allays irritation. 3. rheumatic. as in the nervous spasmodic cough of **Cuprum. more frequently the left. 5. after sleep and in the open air. " unprofitable " cough of spasmodic type. [Cham] This remedy is almost specific for the lesser ailments of dentition. It is more valuable in sub-acute and chronic cases.for **Sticta in coughs: 1. though the cough is loose and rattling. tickling at night. There is but little secretion and much sensitiveness. easy expectoration of tasteless mucus. soothes irritable tissues. Burning in the chest before or after coughing is an excellent symptom. With **Causticum the patient cannot cough deeply enough to raise the mucus. It is particularly adapted to neurotic. and gouty individuals. **Causticum has a dry. **Scilla and Natrum muriaticum also have this last symptom. It is a remedy which acts far better in the 6th or 12th potencies than in strengths below these. 4. Its symptoms are well known. [Lach] The cough of Lachesis is dry. It is most suitable to old age. a most useful remedy. removes hypersensitive conditions of the respiratory mucous membrane and promotes sleep. incessant. =DENTITION #Chamomilla. causing ineffectual efforts for its expulsion. in suffocative fits. The **Causticum cough is attended with morning hoarseness. #Lachesis. It is indicated in harsh. It is accompanied often times with pain in the hips. Many physicians. and those who use it in the lower potencies are the only ones who are disappointed in its use. and with involuntary spurting of urine. being similar to **Lachesis in this sticking of the phlegm. hollow cough. It is however. express themselves as finding it of doubtful value. **Senega is useful in coughs with profuse secretion of mucus. with profuse secretion of mucus in the larynx and trachea. The mucus cannot be brought up it ***will **stick there. spasmodic. worse from pressure on the larynx. 6. also **Naja. the coughing spells are long and damp weather aggravates.

I use the 6X trituration. Persistent diarrhoea. may indicate **Ferrum in some of its forms. #Belladonna. The child is drowsy. with convulsions. and a greenish. Raue. distension of the gums and symptoms of irritation. one cheek is red. hoarseness. show marks of decay on them. [Bell] This remedy suits both the febrile condition of **Aconite and nervous erethism of **Chamomilla. In backward dentition. **Agaricus IX and 2X is a most useful remedy for simple irritability. as a result of teething. The mental condition of the child will invariably indicate the drug. offensive diarrhoea is present. quoting from Cooper. #Calcarea phosphorica [Calc-p] suits especially emaciated. has a pale face and brain symptoms occur during the process of dentition. red face and other **Belladonna symptoms. violent starting and jumpings . who are slow in teething and whose teeth decay rapidly. A diarrhoea may accompany. There is either constipation or undigested diarrhoeic stools. It acts promptly. it is indicated in those children who present **Calcarea characteristics. **Ferrum phosphoricum especially useful when the respiratory tract becomes involved. The head and scalp are bathed in sweat. [Calc] Slowness in teething. During the period of dentition an occasional dose of **Calcarea phosphorica will often prevent all troubles. It is especially indicated by its cerebral hyperaemia. with restless at night. itching is an additional symptom. the child worries and tosses all night and the night. recommends this remedy for teething . The gums are red and tender. when erupted. #Kreosote . the gums are spongy and painful. where children teethe too rapidly. **Zincum.child is peevish and fretful. . There is an actual deficiency of bone tissue. #Calcarea carbonica. **Terebinth.where the gums are pale and shiny and teeth a long time in coming through. the other pale. with rapid breathing.fretfulness and restlessness of teething children. or opposite state .[Kreos] An excellent teething remedy. cough dry and hard and patient very restless.high fever and tendency to convulsions . may indicate it. rachitic children with open fontanelles. dentition is very painful and difficult.

There will be loss of appetite. It has polyuria. but it cannot be considered a reliable drug . it lessens the sugar and quantity of the urine. especially when used in the tincture and lower triturations. especially in those of a tuberculous or gouty diathesis. worriment and anxiety. the urine is increased. emaciated. polydypsia. [Uran] This remedy is praised highly by Hughes and others in diabetes originating in dyspepsia. those who are indifferent and apathetic. pale.and **Arsenicum should be studied in diabetic gangrene. enormous appetite and thirst. perhaps milky in color and containing much sugar. debility and much sugar in the urine. #Phosphorus.=DIABETES. with dry mouth and throat. The pancreatic involvement will call attention to **Phosphorus. Eight quarts in 24 hours. **Lycopodium cured a case in a weary. It suits cases due to grief. Laning said that no remedy gives such universally good results. Scilla and Strophanthus may be of use in diabetes insipidus. It causes sugar in the urine. Hering considered **Plumbum one of the most important remedies in diabetes mellitus. he recommended the 3X trituration. and its use seems entirely palliative. Sudden and extreme dryness of the mouth and marked . profuse urine. #Uranium nitrate. It is unquestionably curative of diabetes mellitus in the early stages. dryness of the mouth and skin. great debility and bruised feeling in the muscles. #Phosphoric acid [Phos] corresponds to diabetes of nervous origin. thirst and emaciation. languor. It is when the disease is due to assimilative derangements that **Uranium is the remedy. It thus may be a remedy in the form known as diabetes insipidus. sometimes unquenchable thirst and perhaps the patient will be troubled with boils. When patients pass large quantities of pale colorless urine or where there is much phosphatic deposit in the urine it is the remedy. poor in mental and physical force. yet the patient continues to emaciate. [Phos] Useful in diabetes and pancreatic diseases. and some cases have been reported cured. **Syzygium jambolanum is a remedy capable of diminishing the amount of sugar in the urine. increased appetite and great thirst. and symptoms such as defective digestion. **Causticum. Dr. Natrum sulphuricum corresponds to the hydrogenoid constitution. wretched patient.

**Acetic acid is also a valuable diabetic remedy. [Bry] Should not be neglected in this disease. Functional liver disorders. the patient is languid. Micturition is frequent and copious. #Lactic acid. morose and dispirited. **Podophyllum has a bitter taste. voracious appetite and costive bowels. It is the Tissue Remedy of diabetes. intense itching of the skin. frequent and copious urine. Cartier. devoid of bile. #Bryonia. It has polyuria. [Lact] An exceedingly good remedy in the gastrohepatic variety of diabetes and good results often follow its use. constipation with stools light colored.physical restlessness are also guiding symptoms to this remedy. turbid and of sweet odor. Dr. thirst may not be extreme nor the appetite voracious. gastralgia. #Insulin. Dr. It may be of use in the disease. abundant urination and tendency to skin eruption. The urine is profuse. but the tongue is flabby. **Natrum sulphuricum. intense thirst. urine light yellow and saccharine. No remedy has dryness of the lips as a symptom of hepatic disorder more marked than **Bryonia. [Insulin] Long before the discovery of Insulin Dr. the patient may lose strength through inability to eat.Pierre Jousset of Paris prepared a pancreatic juice on a glycerine basis which he administered to diabetic patients in doses of 10 or 20 drops a day in water and had results sufficiently good to consider pancreatic juice. his practical successor. The symptoms are: urinates copiously and freely. frequent. nausea. it is decided use in diabetes insipidus. orally administered. dry tongue. Hinsdale reports good results with this remedy. especially upon the upper surface of the thighs. P. Hahnemann suggests the use of this remedy in diuresis. thirst. **Chionanthus is a remedy used by the Eclectic School upon the indications of thirst. and it has passing of large quantities of pale urine. Dry skin. **Argentum metallicum.Jousset reports positive success where the mouth is dry. dry skin and marked debility **Carbolic acid may also be found useful. especially with a dark watery stool. debility. There is a persistent bitter taste. It has a fine clinical record. and this is often one of the first symptom of diabetes. praised it insisted on smaller doses given by mouth as larger doses and hypodermic injections of it . hot. as a remedy of great value in diabetes.

| **Veratrum album. | Great thirst for large | quantities of cold water. .| not more. anguish and intolerance | No restlessness. The small quantity. and it would it seem to be the height of imbecility to alternate them. ---------------------------------------------------------------------Stools in small quantities.than the | profuseness warrants. namely. but for small | quantities and often. | The prostration and weakness are out | Great prostration follows the stool.Bell contains the indications for some one hundred and forty remedies in this complaint. however. The dark color. and two remedies always come to mind. **Arsenicum and Veratrum. anguish or of pain. Given a case of diarrhoea.B. it may be said. The following are perhaps the more often indicated. =DIARRHOEA. The two remedies are easily distinguished. | Restlessness. of all proportion to stool. The offensive odor. #Arsenicum.had no effect in ordinary diabetes. and immediately the distinguishing features of these are gone over much in this way: **Arsenicum. is always thought of in diarrhoea. Great care must be taken not to overdose. [Ars] That excellent and truly homoeopathic work on diarrhoea by Dr. Boericke says that it maintains the blood sugar at a normal level and the urine remains free of sugar. | Profuse stools. therefore. are: 1. 3. Epileptic convulsions and mental derangements have been produced by hypodermic use of this hormone. | intolerance of pain. **Arsenicum. 2. | Great thirst. The grand characteristics of **Arsenicum in diarrhoea . J. Baker advises the homoeopathic strengths of Insulin 3d to 30th and reports happy results therefrom.

and this pain is apt to continue during the stool. Here the cramps are very severe and extend to the chest. It hardly seems possible that **Arsenicum with these characteristics could be misprescribed. cito et jocunde. they are often dark green and very offensive. [Verb] The characteristics of **Veratrum album are no less well marked than are those of **Arsenicum. is chilling of the stomach by cold food. Nausea. The great prostration following. 3. 12th. 2. forcible evacuated.. undigested. its acts **tuto. Cold sweat . while in the higher potencies. evacuated with great force.too. Cramps in the feet and legs may also be present.4. It is also the remedy for diarrhoea from tainted food and so-called ptomaine poisoning. is often an accompaniment. Great prostration following stool. and are commonly called rice-water discharges. and the patient is cold as under **Veratrum. if the stool . perhaps the next remedy coming to mind is **Cinchona. Or. ice water or ice cream. 4. From personal experience I believe **Veratrum acts better in the higher potencies in diarrhoea . in the lower potencies it may produce unfavorable results from too sudden stoppage of the discharges. slimy or bloody . Another grand feature is the burning in the rectum. but with Jatropha a great quantity of wind escapes. but not the cold sweat. coldness and blueness of the body generally. A profuse watery stool. They are as follows: 1. #Veratrum album. containing therein flakes. The stools of **Veratrum are watery. Preceding the stool is a severe pinching colic in the abdomen . **China. #Cinchona officinalis. Indeed. Among the prominent general symptoms of **Veratrum is the great thirst for very cold water in large draughts. Ferrum and Arsenicum all have undigested stool coming on after eating. [Cinch] **Arsenicum and Veratrum in a certain case having been excluded. it may come to mind at once if the diarrhoea be a painless one. they are worse at night and after eating or drinking.30th etc. and one which would be an additional indication. **Jatropha has a profuse watery discharge. Among the principal causes of the diarrhoea calling for **Arsenicum. it has the vomiting and purging of **Veratrum. Pain in the abdomen preceding stool. **Cuprum is also similar in many respects to **Veratrum. Podophyllum and Phosphoric acid have painless stools. The stools of **Arsenicum are dark yellow. **Cinchona. which almost amounts to a tenesmus.

it will come promptly to mind along with **Podophyllum and Ferrum. but the colicky pains of this remedy starting from the umbilicus and . but it is usually associated with cough. slimy. **Podophyllum is another and perhaps the most similar to Sulphur in this respect. It hurries the patient out of bed and it has changeable stools.be undigested. the patient drinks little and often . It also corresponds to the chronic diarrhoeas of aged persons. and it comes on usually as soon as the patient stands on his feet in the morning.but it is more apt to continue throughout the day and is associated with soreness in the liver. lacking the debility . it is worse at night and after eating . Perspiration of the whole body. but having the following: 1. and this exhaustion. 2. 4. and in scrofulous children may contain undigested food. For these early morning diarrhoeas we have a number of remedies. It is a great favorite in summer diarrhoeas. 3. here presenting the worse-from-motion symptom of that drug. There is with Sulphur a tendency to rectal soreness. of a cadaverous odor. The **Cinchona diarrhoea is worse after eating . [Sulph] The diarrhoea of **sulphur is very characteristic. If it be caused or made worse by fruit. The characteristic **Cinchona diarrhoea is a painless one. here resembling **Ferrum and Arsenicum . but the stool of Bryonia comes on after the patient has been up a while and has moved about. **Bryonia is one . Cinchona has a similar thirst to **Arsenicum. Rumbling in abdomen. #Sulphur. also **Iris versicolor. It is worse in the morning about four or five O'clock. the stools being acrid and excoriating. with a rapid exhaustion and emaciation. **Rumex crispus is another and it has exactly the same symptom as Sulphur. It is slimy. it has morning stool associated with a great deal of flatus. blackish and mixed with undigested food. it is an additional characteristic indication for its use. bilious. **Natrum sulphuricum is another. watery. emaciation and debility at once distinguish the remedy from **Phosphoric acid. when it wakens the patient and drives him out of bed in great haste. when there is much sour vomiting. which is a very efficient remedy in painless diarrhoea. or sometimes during the forenoon. but it lacks the burning to **Arsenicum. there is itching and soreness at the anus. Much thirst. Thin watery painless stools. **Phosphorus has a morning painless stool and so has **Dioscorea. yellow . which is similar. Diarrhoeas coming on after attacks of acute illness are often met by **Cinchona. It has changeable stools.

Thuja and Bryonia in having an early morning stool. they pass faeces when passing flatus. They differ from **Sulphur in occurring also throughout the day. The essentials are: 1. This condition is met with in children sometimes. #Croton tiglium. **Petroleum has early morning stools associated with emaciation. These pains also continue during stool and passage usually relieves them. The stool themselves are yellow and pasty or lumpy and watery. and certainly about the rectum. The stools often alternate between constipation and diarrhoea. The extreme prostration and perspiration following. 2. and the passages are accompanied with a great deal of flatus. [Crot] **Croton tiglium is one of the great homoeopathic remedies for diarrhoea . watery stool pouring out like water from a hydrant. It produces a constant desire to stool. where we have also stools escaping with the flatus. the patient dares not pass flatus for fear of the escape of faeces. It is worse from eating but it seldom continues during the day. A diarrhoea of mucus streaked with blood.radiating to all parts of the body should be easily distinguish. **Aloes resembles **Sulphur. The weakness of the sphincter ani is also found under **Phosphoric acid. The stools of **Sulphur are offensive and the odor of the stool follows the patient about as if he had soiled himself. weakness. The lumpy. [Aloe] Aloes is a remedy whose chief action is on the rectum. preceded by colic. **Kali bichromicum has also a watery gushing stool coming on in the morning and followed by tenesmus. like **Sulphur wakens the patient and hurries him out of bed to the toilet. and if haemorrhoids be present it is an additional good indication for **Sulphur. The great characteristic of the drug feeling of uneasiness. there is a constant feeling as if stool would escape. The intense griping across the lower parts of the abdomen before and during stool. is also often found under the remedy. Haemorrhoids which are characteristically swollen and sore accompany the **Aloes stool. Its characteristics are a yellowish. . leaving after stool. which might readily be imagined from the prompt action of the drug in the minutest doses of the crude substance in the intestinal canal. The **Aloes patient will also pass stool when urinating. #Aloes. and before the stool there are griping pains across the lower part of the abdomen and around the navel. and especially associated with nausea and vomiting and aggravated by eating and drinking. 3. watery stool.

The fourth is **Gamboge. forcible diarrhoeas preceded by cutting in abdomen. 2. this has a gushing watery diarrhoea coming out like water from a hydrant. and usually sour. In color. and it is especially suitable to infants when the stools are of the above character and accompanied with discharge flatus and much crying. Magnesia carbonica is said to follow Rheum well. For sour stools. #Podophyllum. and a natural stool is apt to follow later in the day. watery diarrhoea. indeed. they are worse from motion and after eating.forcible and occur without pain any time from three o'clock to nine in the morning. preceded by a little pain in the abdomen. [Rheum] One symptom always leads to the thought of this drug. Chilliness during stool is also characteristic. The first is **Elaterium. besides sourness. it has the frothy. and. though **Rheum is not only remedy for sour stools nor are sour stools the only indication for **Rheum. The continuance . This is a remedy for frothy. They are always gushing and may be olive-green in color. Magnesia carbonica and Hepar. they may be wanting in sourness and **Rheum still be the remedy. with much relief following. #Rheum. but here there is much wind and flatulence and great prostration. copious. we have notably **Calcarea carbonica. profuse. is a griping colic often followed by tenesmus. The yellow. and to this we may add the quite common accompaniment of nausea. besides **Rheum. Characteristic among the symptoms of **Rheum. [Podo] **Podophyllum. watery stool. The stools are watery. gushing.of the colic after the stool also suggests the remedy. This has a profuse. too. Stools thin and watery. yellow. The third is **Jatropha. chilliness. This has a stool expelled "all at once". has an early morning diarrhoea. Debility is also characteristic of the remedy. The second is **Gratiola. and it has still another . frog-pond scum stool. the stools are brown and frothy. besides the sourness. prostration and colic. The aggravation from drink and food. It occurs. as we have seen. The characteristics of the stool of **Croton tiglium are: 1. 3. green. and that is sourness of stools and of the whole body. the stools are yellowish green and frothy and there is associated with them a cold feeling in the abdomen. immediately after eating resembling **cinchona and Colocynth. The sudden expulsion.There are a number of drugs which are very similar to **Croton tiglium and they may be mentioned here.

which are the great remedies for undigested stools.resemblance to **Colocynth in its colic. There is accompanying. but the stool of Mercurius is accompanied by straining. and this is more marked under **Mercurius corosivus than under the solubilis. much hepatic soreness. Early morning stools. in passing. A deposit of mealy sediment further indicates the remedy in diarrhoeas of children. flabby tongue taking imprint of the teeth. It may be remarked. **Podophyllum also resembles **Calcarea carbonica and Phosphoric acid in many respects. 3. forcibly expelled. The stools of Mercury are slimy and bloody. The former is the great homoeopathic remedy for dysentery. and the absence of general **Calcarea symptoms from the acid. and if the ready . The rectum prolapses before the faeces are evacuated. which is relieved by warmth and bending forward. and the absence of general Calcarea symptoms from **CALCAREA. The great characteristics of **Podophyllum may be thus summed up: 1. Weakness in the rectum following stool. the rapid debility and exhaustion distinguish it from the acid. this weakness o. 2. Painless. Sometimes a headache will alternate with the diarrhoea. Bayes praises **Mercurius in a diarrhoea of yellow or clay-colored stool. The stools of **Podophyllum are often undigested. and here the remedy touches **China and Ferrum. Watery. #Mercurius. **Podophyllum and Mercurius have some symptoms in common. 4. and before the stool there is violent urging and perhaps chilliness. that the allopaths have recently discovered this application of **Mercurius corrosivus. both affect the liver both affect the liver. **Podophyllum has proved useful in the diarrhoea of dentition when cerebral symptoms are present. here it differs from the prolapses which would call for **Ignatia. A sickly smell from the mouth is characteristic of the remedy. It is especially useful in the obstinate diarrhoeas of unhealthy infants in the 3x dilution. [Merc] Straining at stool is the great characteristic of Mercurius. Carbo vegetabilis and Hamamelis. so we have what is characteristically described as a never-get-done-feeling.f the rectum being a great characteristic of the remedy. accompanied by a straining and tenesmus which does not seem to let up. both have a tongue taking the imprint of the teeth. This also occurs with **Aloes. pasty yellow or undigested stools. Following the diarrhoea of **Podophyllum is a sensation of great weakness in the abdomen and rectum.

one of the characteristics of **Phosphorous is the vomiting of what has been drunk as soon as it becomes warm in the stomach. Prescribe for the patient instead of the diarrhoea at all times. greenish. The stools pass as soon as they enter the rectum. **Calcarea carbonica is more suited to fat children. **Calcarea phosphorica to those who are old and wrinkled. #Argentum nitricum. too. The . and for undigested stools. or undigested. [Calc] **Calcarea should never be overlooked in any intestinal trouble. forcibly expelled. and perhaps burning between the shoulders. With the diarrhoea there is a weak. as we have seen. or sago. This is especially true of another of the Calcareas. in fact. come in most frequently in the diarrhoeas of scrofulous and rachitic children. #Calcarea. It is profuse and forcible and aggravated by warm food. and. Both of these remedies. yet prescribed for its general symptoms it has proved very useful. as in **Phosphoric acid. its symptoms produced by the provers are very few.perspiration so characteristic of **Mercurius be present the choice is easy. for it is just in a genuine **Calcarea patient that one usually finds diarrhoea. **Calcarea acetica. Prolapsus of the rectum may follow the stool. **Chronic. and the patient often vomits. #Phosphorous. the stools do not seem to weaken. The frog spawn. as well as **Silicea and Sulphur. It is one of our best remedies for chronic diarrhoea. often undigested and painless. and the involuntary escape of faeces in **Phosphorous reminds also of **Aloes. or grain of tallow stool is most characteristic of the remedy. and with a great deal of offensive flatus. it is one of the great remedies for sour stools. but the diarrhoea of **Calcarea phosphorica is distinguished by being a ***spluttering diarrhoea. [Phos] **Phosphorous is especially a remedy for chronic forms of diarrhoea. It has green mucous stools worse in the morning.and contain white particles like rice or tallow. is a very useful remedy in these diarrhoeas. **Apis has a sensation as if the anus stood open.painless diarrhoea of undigested food call sometimes for Phosphorus. [Arg] **Argentum nitricum is quite similar to **Arsenic in many ways.but more especially if Calcarea be given. Diarrhoes occurring during dentition in infants with open fontanelles call for **Calcarea. gone feeling in the stomach. but watery. **Calcarea phosphorica. In the **Calcarea carbonica patient there is usually a ravenous appetite.

but to have **Capsicum well indicated the symptoms of . as in **Calcarea Phosphorica. and is seldom indicated in malignant types. of course. it is something more than the never-get-done feeling of **Mercurius solubilis. etc. The children are thin.and at the same time there is much tenesmus of the bladder.the stools are scanty. With the stool there is a discharge of flatus and much spluttering. as in those employed in packing house who change frequently from hot to cold. [Merc-c] All the preparations of mercury act on the intestines. may be indicated in diarrhoea from fright.like chopped spinach in flakes. **Dulcamara has diarrhoea from changes in the weather or in temperature. **Gelsemium is one of the most prominent remedies for diarrhoea produced by fright or fear. it appears suddenly and the stools are yellow and papescent. sugar. all may be indicated in dysentery. dried up looking. **Mercurius solubilis corresponds more to sporadic cases. or from drinking. of mucous shreds and blood and there is great burning at the anus. In the first place we have severe and extreme tenesums. emotional disturbance. **Aconite has a green stool like spinach. Capsicum has frequent small stools attended with tenesums and burning in the rectum. painful tenesmus. **Opium has diarrhoea from fright and so has **Veratrum album. =DYSENTERY. **Pulsatilla. Another characteristic of **Argentum nitricum is its use in diarrhoea brought on by great mental excitement. it is an intense. and it seems as if the child had but one bowel and that extended from the mouth to the anus. The sudden attacks of cholera infantum in children who have eaten too much candy will often be removed by **Argentum nitricum. but these very minor remedies become of major importance when they are closely indicated. producing bloody stools with tenesmus. the stools are greenish yellow and changeable. and in mild cases **Mercurius dulcis is an excellent remedy where tenesums and pain are slight. this is the great characteristic of the remedy.stools are green. There are a number of minor remedies for diarrhoea . slimy and bloody. and. #Mercurius corrosivus. too. as its symptoms corresponds to many severe cases. **Mercurius corrosivus is the one usually thought of in this affection. or diarrhoea in the mountains where the midday is hot and the nights excessively cool. The stools are worse from any candy.

and always with **Cantharis there is a painful urination. **Colchicum is also similar. Thus both have the above symptom of being doubled up by pain. thirst. which has a number of the same symptoms. water is borne badly. . but tenesmus contra-indicates the remedy. also produces a like condition in the rectum. slimy and bloody.shivering when the patient drinks should be present. [Acon] In the first stages of dysentery **Aconite has proved a useful remedy. There are scanty stools. and there is present a colic-like pain doubling the patient up. Cowperthwaite recommends the 3X. Blackish brown. #Aconite. The tenesums and burning of the anus and rectum continue after stool. though the patient is restless and thirsty. [Ars] **Arsenicum is a valuable remedy in dysentery. The thirst with Cantharis is unquenchable. and it comes in especially well when the days are warm and the nights are cold. **Ferrum phosphoricum comes in cases less acute than **Aconite. Tenesums is marked. the skin is hot and dry and general **Aconite symptoms are present. **Kali bichromicum follows **Cantharis when the scrapings become jelly-like. [Canth] This remedy. **Colocynth more nervous symptoms. tympany also strongly indicates **Colchicum. both have slimy and bloody stools. the tenesmus and constriction of anus following stool is more tormenting than the urging during stool. Its characteristics are bloody and slimy discharges which look like the scrapings of the intestines. #Arsenicum. there is more blood with the stool. being here similar to Colocynth. . indicate **Arsenicum. but under **Colocynth the pains cease after stool and the patient is relieved by bending double.The stools are frequent and scanty with tenesmus. worse from eating or drinking. Cantharis has more inflammation. but there is not the tympanitic distension of the abdomen found under **Lycopodium and **Carbo vegetabilis. #Cantharis. **Belladonna is especially suitable to the dysentery of children and plethoric young persons. If **Arsenicum be well indicated its characteristic thirst and restlessness must be present. horribly offensive stools also indicate well the remedy. **Mercurius follows both well. Stools which are undigested . burning in the rectum. which produces such an intense vesical tenesums. and after the stool there is great prostration. which are nothing but the fibrous exudations from the disease.

it is useful in chronic cases. boring. with digging. #Aconite. Tearing pains down the thighs as an accompaniment of dysentery would indicate **Rhus toxicodendron. Ipecac may be useful in cases where large quantities of mucus are expelled. Its influence is restricted to a brief period immediately following exposure." . #Belladonna. and. [Acon] Bayes reccommends **Aconite IX in the maddening pains of otitis. claiming it to be far superior to **Chamomilla or **Pulsatilla. **Aloes is also a useful remedy in dysentery. it is similar to **Sulphur in its frequent urging. scanty and watery. There is dark redness of the parts. the tenesums continues. =EAR.and the patient is worse in the morning. the stools are slimy and there is frequent sudden urging to stool. Sometimes this condition is present without the tenesums. tearing pains which come suddenly and are most violent. offensive discharges are also present. In haemorrhoidal dysentery. It suits earache from sudden change of temperature. Great offensiveness of stools and constriction of the anus would suggest **Lachesis. it is worse at night and is aggravated by warmth. which is really a phlebitis of the haemorrhoidal veins. It is also a splendid remedy in purely inflammatory dysentery and follows **Aconite well. slimy. and covered with blood and accompanied by griping in the epigastric region. the stools are bloody. which has a much longer period of usefulness. [Sulph] For persistent or chronic cases of dysentery **Sulphur is the remedy. in fact there is a sort of tenesums all the time. It is especially useful in dysentery of old people with fevers. It is the remedy in earache where the symptoms are too violent for **Pulsatilla. the amount of mucus expelled is large. lancinating or throbbing pains and great sensitiveness. the membrana tympani is covered with injected bloodvessels. In this respect Copeland says: "It differs from **Ferrum phosphoricum. All the symptoms are worse at night and are relieved by warmth. [Bell] The remedy is acute otitis. like **Sulphur. **Aloes and Hamamelis are the remedies.#Sulphur. The pains come and go suddenly. In **Nux the tenesums ceases after stool and the pains are relieved for a short time. stinging. The stools are of a jelly-like mucus. AFFECTIONS OF. Baptisia is useful where there is tenesums but no pain which indicates vital depression.

Copeland asserts that for earache after exposure to wet there is no better remedy. **Kali sulphuricum. tearing. [Puls] A great ear remedy. The pain is in paroxysms. very profuse and long-lasting. canal sensitive to touch. the ear is hot. especiallly if accompanied with the gastric disturbances of the remedy. too. which is closed in these cases. deafness and a feeling as if the ears were stopped up. Useful in typical Pulsatilla cases with orange yellow discharges. **Tellurium. It is a reliable remedy in acute earache. more especially in anaemic subjects. **Kali muriaticum is one of the most useful remedies in tubal catarrh and catarrhal conditions of the middle ear. Earache associated with toothache. but no special deafness. checking the granulation and hastening repair. Itching deep in the ear. Dark beefy redness of the parts. it seems to clear the Eustachian tube. It is also a remedy for obstinate eczemas about the auricle. offensive discharge. It is indicated also by profuse thick. **Plantago. Pain goes through head from one ear to the other. 2. pulsating pains in it which are worse at night. It. excellent locally. subjective sounds and retracted membrane tympani. A most excellent remedy in otitis media with thin. The establishment of the discharge does not relieve the pain. there are also roaring noises synchronous with the pulse. #Ferrum Phosphoricum. "The most valuable single remedy for the deafness following purulent or catarrhal otitis . 4. A muco-purulent discharge with tendency to haemorrhage. suiting congestive and inflammatory stages of most troubles. or as if something were being forced out. [Kali-p] This remedy is a most useful one in ear affections. yellowish green discharge from the ear. **Hydrastis is a remedy not to be overlooked in catarrhal inflammation of the middle ear with accompanying nasopharyngeal catarrh. it has tinnitus like **Pulsatilla. The following is Dr. It suits especially subacute cases. red and swollen. tinnitus aurium and thick tenacious discharges. and like Borax it has sensitiveness to sound. and there are very severe darting.#Pulsatilla. A tendency of the inflammatory process to be diffused instead of circumscribed. Wanstall's practical resume: 1. Slowly progressing deafness will often yield to the remedy. 5. acrid. also. It is useful in chronic suppurative conditions reducing the proliferation. occupies the highest place for acute inflammation of the middle ear. 3. The pain is throbbing or sharp stitching and occurs in paroxysms. causing deafness. It exerts a specific curative power in otitis externa.

and great soreness of the mastoid portion of the temporal bone. ulceration of membrane tympani with tenacious. purulent otorrhoeas with perforation of the drum.media. sensitiveness to noise. **Phosphorus. Dr. **Kali bichromicum. Sub-acute inflammation of the Eustachian tube with great pain and a sense of dryness and heat in the throat indicate **Capsicum. Child starts up nervously with the pain. polypi. It is to be differentiated from **Hepar in that the area of sensitiveness is greater than with **Hepar. Also a valuable remedy in the later stages. It suits also chronic suppurations of the ear with bursting headache and chilliness. **Calcarea carbonica corresponds to chronic ear troubles in scrofulous children. Relieved by application of dry heat. humming and roaring in the ears. states that he has seen cases where every indication would point to mastoid operation relieved by Capsicum. **Magnesia phosphorica has a purely nervous otalgia. and the pain to the throat. **Borax. [Cham] Almost specific in infantile earache. **Aurum has a congestive roaring in ears. worse in cold air and relieved by warmth. Patient worse at night and from slightest cold. **Baryta carbonica is to be thought of in deafness associated with swelling of the tonsils. foetid otorrhoea. #Capsicum [Caps] corresponds to otitis media. Weaver. etc. when.and it lacks the nocturnal aggravation of Mercurius. pains sharp stitching in character. the pains are violent. the Eustachian tube is hard to inflate. of Philadelphia. There is itching of the membrana tympani."--Moffat. the cheeks are red. stringy and purulent discharges. **Kali phosphoricum may also be a remedy in chronic suppurations of the middle ear. the ears are hot. Inflammation of middle ear. with offensive dirty pus. Earache returning with every change of weather. He uses the 6X dilution. Deafness from working in water. **Nitric acid may prove useful in mastoid abscesses and syphilitic ear troubles. worse from warmth. on account of pharyngeal involvement.brownish and watery. and cautions against using it too low. caries and perforation of drum. defective hearing. #Chamomilla. the drum is perforated and there is a yellow purulent discharge. Also in noises in the ears from arterio-sclerotic conditions. Deafness to the human voice. the patient is restless. **Sanguinaria. Bellows gives it first place in nervous earache. worse at night. fretful and there is great hyperaesthesia and much suffering. muco-purulent otorrhoea. Climacteric earache. with rupture of the membrane tympani. common in the aged or where the patient is constantly blowing small quantities of . **Dulcamara. boring pains in mastoid.

It is most frequently indicated in persistent chronic otorrhoea with oversensitiveness to sounds. with swelling of parotid glands and offensive breath. Chronic inflammation of the middle ear. **Crotalus. **Lachesis. Moffat advises changing to **Lapis albus after use of **Silicea for too long a time. with deep toned roaring. relieved by putting finger in ear and shaking it. It suits especially Eustachian catarrhal deafness. therefore catarrhal. It is especially valuable in proliferous middle ear diseases. Cannot tell whence sound comes. [Hep] Also valuable in suppurative otitis media. **Hepar suits especially . which is thick. Patients requiring **Hepar are irritable and sensitive to the slightest draft of air. symptoms worse at night. retracted and immovable by inflation. [Sil] Very valuable in suppurative middle ear troubles. Hughes a case of catarrhal deafness. ears dry. Otorrhoea following exanthematous diseases. and also roaring in ears. ichorous and offensive discharge containing little pieces of bone. Stuffed feeling in ear and a sensation as if wax were trickling out.blood from the nose. #Hepar sulphur. Dr. Perforations of the membrane tympani heal rapidly under **Silicea. [Merc] Very valuable in suppurative middle ear diseases. #Mercurius. There is great soreness and sensitiveness to the slightest touch. Roaring and singing in the ears. **Carbo animalis. especially in cases complicated with caries or necrosis of the bones and attended with a thin. acute exacerbations of the trouble with increased discharge. It promotes repair of the drum head. The discharges are thin and acrid. and is useful in earache when suppuration impends. cracking sound in the ear like the explosion of a percussion cap. Increased quantity of dark wax. teeth and face ache. The membrane tympani is thickened. hardness of hearing due to swollen tonsils. creamy and somewhat offensive. #Silicea. **Mercurius dulcis. and characteristic is a feeling of stoppage and of internal soreness as if raw. There are also shooting pains through the ear and profuse perspiration. **Carbo vegetabilis. **Iodine cured for Dr. It suits especially scrofulous and syphilitic ear conditions. which is better riding in a carriage. sudden snuffing. Gluey discharge will indicate as well as eczematous manifestations. **Graphites has catarrh of Eustachian tube and hardness of hearing. the ears. A peculiar symptom leading to the remedy is an itching and tingling in the locality of the Eustachian tube. **Conium.

otorrhoeas dating from scarlatina. scrofulous and flabby symptoms. Meniere's disease and simple deafness with tinnitus. **Chenopodium has deafness to low tones. Pain in the cartilages of the ears. if not all. [Caust] This remedy is useful in roaring and buzzing in the ears. its characteristic deficiency of lime assimilation. Its special field of action is in affections of the auditory nerves.and there is no other remedy so well adapted to this condition as **Calcarea. around the nose. Its . words and sounds re-echo unpleasantly. pustules appear on the face. will frequently be the remedy with which to commence the treatment. A epileptic suffering continually from the dread of an attack will withdraw himself as much as possible from the outside world. while the higher ones are heard distinctly. It is a remedy not to be despised in ear affections. The characteristic relaxation on falling asleep and the sweating of the head and neck are fine indications for its use. brood over his affliction and become melancholic. [Calc] The treatment of epilepsy should be directed to the underlying dyscrasia. and is especially to be considered in cases of chronic otitis media. mouth and ears. It suits a catarrh of the Eustachian tube. **Psorinum is even better than **Sulphur in case of offensive discharges from the ears. It has an excellent clinical record. is another indication. there is with this remedy a general unhealthy condition of the patient. probably of psoric origin. as this is at fault in most.as on rising from a seat. with its rickety. #Causticum. raw. and the discharge excoriates.in which other remedies and methods of treatment have been tried unsuccessfully. **Arnica has proved of benefit in Meniere's disease. the blood is impure and the system run down. =Calcarea carbonica. **Calcarea carbonica. as shown in children by the open fontanelless and backward dentition. =EPILEPSY. cases. **Salicylic acid. as if bruised.Dudley Wright. #Sulphur [Sulph] is useful for a most offensive discharge from the ears and syringing does no good. of London. **Sanguinaria has humming and roaring in the ears. tuberculous. as suiting those cases where the vertigo comes on from any sudden motion. **Bryonia is highly spoken of by Dr. the ears are red. in Meniere's disease. and painful sensitiveness to sounds.

The aura preceding the attacks starts from the genital organs. palpitation.seems to center in the epigastrium. its well-known power of producing convulsions and spasms and its excellent clinical record make it a valuable remedy in epilepsy. =Cuprum Metallicum. or self-abuse. The convulsions start form the brain. If epilepsy be caused by fright." Dr. We know positively that poisonous doses of **Cuprum cause epileptic symptoms. its loss of consciousness. The aura may begin in the solar plexus and pass upwards like a wave. that brought on by masturbation. even during coitus the patient may be seized with violent convulsions. onanism or venereal excess it will probably be one of the remedies to use in the course of the treatment. that **Bufo is signally useful. considers it superior to the bromides. =Bufo rana. the patient is very irritable. though the aura. is closely allied to **Calcarea. suppression of some long standing eruption. its vertigo and convulsions are prominent and characteristic indications for its use in epilepsy.anxiety. It has also proved useful in severe cases in children where the head in the convulsion is drawn backwards. will often find its remedy in **Bufo rana. and the . or go from the epigastric region down to the uterus and limbs. It is especially in the sexual form. its weakness of memory. which is one of long duration. Bufo. **Indigo has epileptiform convulsions from the irritation of worms. often talks incoherently and is easily angered. **Causticum. Previous to the attacks. but the patient must be low-spirited and sad-"blue as indigo. In another form for which **Bufo is suitable the aura starts from the solar plexus. as from worms and also from sexual complications. [Cupr] **Cuprum is a very deep-acting remedy. [Bufo] Epilepsy arising from fright. or sexual excesses. like Nux vomica. Colby.and it is among the most curative remedies for epilepsy in child life. Flushes of heat seem to rise from the solar plexus to the head and there is an undulating sensation in the brain similar to **Cimicifuga. of Boston. and here it would follow **Sulphur well. is vehement and irritable. and is indicated in epilepsy connected with menstrual irregularities and also in epilepsy occurring at the age of puberty." It is the "bluest remedy in the materia medica. too. Like **Sulphur it has a sensation as if a mouse were running up the arm previous to the attacks. Owing to this long duration of the aura consciousness is not immediately lost. **Stannum is also a remedy for epilepsy arising from reflex irritation. These two remedies and **Silicea and Calcarea have the aura starting from the solar plexus. fretfulness and irritability. apprehensive mood despondency.

stupor and apathy after the fits and the debilitating effects of the attacks are more quickly recovered from. easily discouraged and frightened. **Argentum nitricum is also a remedy for epilepsy. 3. of the Middletown State Hospital. there is frothing at the mouth and violent contractions of the flexors. It seems to act better in the 3X or 6X potency than in the tincture. 2. Epileptiform spasms during dentition or from retrocessed exanthema may indicate Cuprum.patient will often notice the contractions in the fingers and toes before they become unconscious. swollen livid face. Cases of cure of the disease are becoming more numerous. Butler also claims his best results from this remedy. There is less maniacal excitement before the fits. but there is ample proof from studying toxic cases that it is homoeopathic to many cases of epilepsy. which lasts a number of hours before the attack. dilated or irregular pupils. convulsions with locked jaws and cold exremities. It is also a remedy for nocturnal epilepsy when the fits occur at regular intervals. 6. [Oena] Perhaps no remedy in the materia medica more closely pictures epilepsy than **OEnanthe. The convulsion are less severe than formerly. The attacks is usually ushered in by a shrill cry and the cases are most violent and continued. The reliable and practical symptoms calling for its use may be summed up as follows: Sudden and complete loss of consciousness. The patients treated with **OEnanthe are less irritable. **Artemisia vulgaris is another remedy which has been successfully used for epilepsy from fright or some mental emotion. #OEnanthe crocata. S. summed up his experience with the remedy as follows: 1. Patient is low spirited. The writer can add his testimony to the effect of **OEnanthe in controlling attacks of epilepsy. 4. less suspicious and less fault finding. the strong indicating features being the dilated pupils four or five days before the attack. frothing at the mouth. Halbert remarks that **Cuprum will stop the frequency of the attacks more satisfactorily than any other remedy. The face and lips are very blue. Less sleeplessness. Moral causes may lead to an attack. Its use in the disease has been mainly from clinical data. and also in . The patients are more easily cared for. The fits decrease in number 40 to 50 per cent. the eyeballs are rotated. Menstrual and fright epilepsies often call for this remedy the characteristic being the aura. Dr. Dr. H. and the restlessness and trembling of the hands after the attack. such as the menstrual periods. Talcott. where the attacks occur in rapid succession. 5. it is his sheet anchor in old and obstinate cases.

When Silicea is required there is an exalted susceptibility of the upper spinal cord and the medulla and an exhausted condition of the nerves. **Artemisia absinthium indicated in seizures preceded by vertigo. feeling of coldness before an attacks is also characteristic of the drug. It weakens the mental faculties and hastens imbecility. Melancholia seems to be an indication and also attacks appearing at menstrual periods. and coldness of the left side of the body preceding the attack is very characteristic. It comes in after **Calcarea in inveterate chronic cases.petit mal. but its prolonged use works inevitable harm. Bromide acne is often present in cases coming to us from old school hands. but no special indications are to be found. The attacks occur about the time of the new moon. It will often modify the attacks. and by a slight impairment of speech. and because nearly all cases coming to us for treatment from old school hands are liable to be complicated by a previous treatment with the bromides. which are brought on by an overstrain of the mind or emotions. It is not a curative remedy. **Verbena hastata is also recommended. and used as a prophylactic may avert the seizure. [Sil] Silicea is one of our most valuable remedies in epilepsy. notable the Bromide of Potash. **Cuprum is also a remedy for nocturnal epilepsy and must be thought of when attacks invariably occur in the night. a warm sensation rising from the stomach. [Kali-b] This remedy should have no place in the homoeopahtic treatment of epilepsy. of Chicago. it strikes at the attack and not the disease. shorten the duration and lessen the intensity. it is given here because it is the principal drug employed by the allopathic school. where the patient is unconscious only for a few seconds and then resumes his occupation as if nothing had happened.Halbert. Certain phases of the moon are said to affect the attacks. =Silicea. Nocturnal epilepsy. =Kali bromatum. Nux vomica and Zincum are mentioned as antidotes for the abuse of the Bromide of Potash. but a palliative one. It suits especially scrofulous and rickety subjects. and **Solanum Carolinense are also remedies which in some cases have wrought cures. **Camphora is useful to prevent the attacks. The aura starts from the solar plexus . It is indicated by all the characteristic of epilepsy and hence is a safer prophylactic than the Bromide of potash. also praises it. **Camphora. the latter according to Dr. . and the fit is followed by warm perspiration. as in **Bufo and Nux vomica.

for instance. consciousness returning slowly after an attack is another indication and it is more suitable to the chronic forms of the disease. with rapid sinking of strength and paralysis of the spinal nerves. Constipation and abdominal pains further indicate. The convulsions are attended with great exhaustion and it is suitable to the chronic form of epilepsy in children who are typical **Sulphur patients. and these followed by utter prostration. **Sulphur is also a useful intercurrent remedy in the course of the treatment of an epilepsy. There is perhaps a tendency to fall to the left side. therefore. The reflex excitability under **Cicuta is much less than under Strychnia. The aura in a case calling for **Nux starts in the solar plexus. [Sulph] Like **Calcarea. however. [Nux-v] The characterizing feature of epilepsy is loss of consciousness. regards muscular convulsions as a specially prominent symptom for **Cuprum. It is useful for the same class of cases as is **Calcarea. There is a tonic spasm renewed by touch simulating **Strychnia. those brought on by sexual excesses or the suppression of some eruption. **Secale is recommended for sudden and rapidly recurring convulsions.=Nux vomica. The middle and higher potencies will be found more useful in the spinal form of epilepsy. lockjaw. [Cic] The indications for **cicuta are sudden rigidity followed by jerks and violent distortions. namely. others are trembling before and after the spasm and strange feeling in the head preceding the attack. Sulphur is a constitutional or basic remedy. Plumbum has caused epilepsy. being equalled only by that of **Chininum arsenicosum. . epileptic seizures from sclerosis. but in **Cicuta there is loss of consciousness . and it will act well where there is a scrofulous taint. **Nux vomica is not often a remedy in the idiopathic form. Bayes. thus resembling more the epileptiform. and we may use it for these symptoms: the attack is preceded by a heavines of the legs and is followed by paralysis. frothing at the mouth and opisthotonos. **Psorinum may also be needed as an intercurrent. =Sulphur. It suits cases arising from an excess of the reflex action caused. face dark red.by indigestion. =Cicuta virosa. There is great oppression of breathing. Another characteristic of **Cicuta is fixed staring eyes. and this is the form most suitable to **Nux. or from tumors of the brain. and among the most characteristic symptoms is a sensation of ants crawling over the face. The prostration is characteristic.

the startings. [Hyos] In epileptic convulsions **Hyoscyamus is a most valuable remedy. There are illusions of sight and hearing. the cases calling for it will be characterized by loss of consciousness. A violent fright will produce an attack that will call for **Hyoscyamus. In recent cases it perhaps our best remedy. [Bell] **Belladonna is especially a remedy for acute epilepsies. also when the patient falls while walking in the open air. the **Stramonium patient fears darkness and hates to be alone. and the convulsions are apt to commence in an upper extremity and extend to the mouth. [Caust] **Causticum is useful in Petit mal. for whereas the **Belladonna patient shuns light. with rotary motion of the left arm.Winterburn.=Hyoscyamus. or of heat rising from the stomach. Another remedy is **Hydrocyanic acid . there is frothing at the mouth and biting of the tongue. to which Hughes ascribes specific powers in the disease. and more especially if the patient be young. sudden loss of consciousness and jerking of the head to the right. frothing at the mouth. =Causticum. It is one of our mainstays in epilepsy and its clinical record ranks it high. Children are disinclined to play and take but little interest in anything. There is much twitching and jerking and hunger previous to the attack. **Agaricus 30 cured a case of epilepsy of 22 years' standing for Dr. **Hydrocyanic acid. but soon recovers. The convulsions seem to have more of a hysterical nature. the tremors and twitching and the general **Belladonna symptoms will render the choice easy. the easily disturbed sleep.the alkaloid of Belladonna. There is an aura as if a mouse were running over an extremity. has also been used successfully in the treatment of epilepsy. **Stramonium has epilepsy from fright. He was led to its prescription by the unusual symptom of "great flow of ideas and loquacity after the attack. face and eyes. The great irritability of the nervous system. fears noises and is sensitive in the highest degree. It is said to be useful when the attacks occur at new moon." =Belladonna. where the face is flushed and the whole trouble seems to picture cerebral irritation. when the cerebral symptoms ar prominent. clenched hands. **Atropine. It menstrual epilepsy and that occurring at puberty **Causticum is the remedy. he acts like a coward and trembles and shakes. Kafka recommends . and there are illusions of sight and hearing. set jaws. **Stramonium is the opposite of **Belladonna. and the attack is followed by great drowsiness and prostration. inability to swallow.

dry. or from the action of acrid substances in the eyes. **Kali muriaticum. as if the optic nerve were too short. It is a remedy. In the early stage of acute conjunctivitis. #Belladonna. The elements of **Belladonna are: 1. sharp-cutting eye pains. and here its photophobia will distinguish it from **Aconite. with bright sparks before the eyes. a total absence of lachrymation. the ***intensity and violence of its symptoms are its leading indications. Another preparation of potash. 2. It has a sensation that the eyeballs feel too large. as from a foreign body. **Aconite is to be preferred in the beginning of a conjunctivitis. It is also useful in affections of the eyes from overuse or from use in poor light. producing a retinal congestion. here also **Opium should be consulted in this affection. or in fact any acute inflammation of the eye. They are worse at night and on motion **Glonoine has protrusion of the eyes and troubles from exposure to bright light. It is suitable to ophthalmias where there is great inflammation. it has. when of traumatic origin. along with **Lachesis and Crotalus. =EYES. but it lacks the congestion of **Belladonna. the most frequently indicated remedy in eye troubles. as it gives us a very suggestive picture of glaucoma. injected eyes. which is a valuable remedy in certain forms of asthenopia with inability to fix the eyes on anything steadily. as from wounds or burns. [Bell] **Belladonna is. is a most useful remedy in epilepsy. iritis or retinitis. heat. Great intolerance of light. **Spigelia has violent. the peculiar symptoms of a sensation as if a string were drawing the eye back into the head.etc. It is of more use than any other remedy for the sharp shooting and sticking pains accompanying glaucoma. the eyes feel full of sand. perhaps. there is photophobia and painful inflammation of the eyes from exposure to cold. retinal congestion and retinitis. It is also the first remedy in other forms of conjunctivitis. recent and acute. will call for **Belladonna. . Suddenness and acuteness of symptoms.**Hepar in nocturnal epilepsy. too. which is also found under **Paris quadrifolia. with sudden violent spasms and great ***intolerance of light and iritis. in fact. **Causticum is perhaps better suited to recent and light cases.. as does also **Cocaine muriate. argand burners. AFFECTIONS OF. it has an affinity for the nerve centers and it is a slow acting remedy. It corresponds to iritis of traumatic origin. **Glaucoma. in retinal haemorrhage.

#Mercurius. Therefore. **Mercurius protoiodide is especially of use in corneal ulcers. Blepharitis and conjunctivitis from cold or in those who work about fires as in foundry men. agonizing pains. **Mercurius has also been found useful in styes. The secretion is **rather scanty and there is much pain in the eyes and often spasmodic closure of the lids. It corresponds to chemosis and produces a great tendency to the formation of pus.#Rhus toxicodendron. staphyloma and in strumous ophthalmias. **Apis has oedema of the conjunctiva. **Causticum. the pains are worse at night. the ulcerated surface looks as if it had been chipped out by the finger nail. **Mercurius corrosivus. No form of iritis has been noticed in workers of mercury. with pain shooting from eyes into head. superficial ulcers appear on the cornea with a tendency to spread. **Mercurius corrosivus is almost specific. The ears are hot and scalding and cause pimples on the parts bathed in them. it is an allopathic legacy of no value. and though the drug has been prescribed with success in syphilitic iritis. This remedy is marked by violent symptoms. burning. **Rhus is of marked use in suppurative iritis and is often beneficial after cataract extraction to control threatened iritis and formation of pus. A gush of tears on separating the lids is a trustworthy indication. and there is accompanying a yellow-coated tongue and a tendency to a rapid extension of the ulceration. which takes the skin off from cheeks. rheumatic iritis. another preparation of mercury. **Mercurius dulcis also a remedy for eye troubles in scrofulous children. the eyes discharge a thin muco-pus. especially if due to syphilis. glandular affections and rheumatic troubles of the eyes. Deady regards this remedy as our best in this affection. making the cheeks sore and pimply. [Merc] The various preparation of mercury are of a paramount use in eye affections. It is one of our most important remedies in ophthalmias neonatorum. Where the glandular swellings are excessive **Mercurius biniodide may be chosen. so much so that the eyes cannot be opened even at night. [Rhus-t] One of our most important ophthalmic remedies. Rheumatic ptosis calls for **Rhus. and may be a useful remedy in asthenopia. It is of great use in scrofulous ophthalmias and is also specific in orbital cellulitis with great intolerance of light. **Mercurius is of use where the general catarrhal symptoms are prominent. profuse excoriating lachrymation. worse at night and in damp weather. and oedematous swellings. **Nux and Sepia have drooping lids and **Terebinth and Thuja have a useful in iritis. redness and acrid discharges mark the drug. do not give **Mercurius in iritis. Gelsemium and Kalmia have stiffness of the lids. . It corresponds to conjunctivitis from getting wet. the lids are thickened.

controls spasms of the muscles and will absorb adhesions. Great sensitiveness to cold is one of its leading indications of the iris from cold. ulcers of cornea with tendency to perforation. Buffum claims **Gelsemium to be the most valuable remedy for the serous variety of iritis. congested. especially in the circumscribed ulcers with clear cut edges. **Kali sulphuricum is sometimes most . pain or photophobia. and surpasses **Aconite in the majority of acute superficial inflammations about the eye. It corresponds especially to corneal troubles. aggravated by motion. It is especially adapted to conjunctivitis with great relaxation of that membrane. as if cut out with a punch. and Hughes speaks highly of it in the syphilitic variety. the indolence is marked. **Kali bichromicum is a prominent remedy for ulceration of the cornea where there is a tendency to perforate. swollen and agglutinated lids in the morning.tearing pains in the bones of the orbit. It is closely allied to **Rhus toxicodendron in its action. There is no secretion of mucus or pus. It is almost a specific for simple and syphilitic iritis. **Ferrum phosphoricum is especially useful in acute catarrhal troubles in their early stages accompanied by the burning sensation. [Ferr-p] The tissue remedies have taken an important place in the therapeutics of eye affections. The eyes are so sensitive to the air that the patient covers them. inflammation and ulceration. Two or three of them have proved themselves almost indispensable. inflamed appearance. If there is any "best remedy" for iritis it is **Mercurius corrosivus. there is with this remedy an absence of inflammatory redness and proportionate absence of photophobia. it allaya inflammation. lachrymation. little photophobia. and red. **Kali muriaticum is another tissue remedy that has proved itself useful in eye affections. in fact. It is use in catarrhal and strumous ophthalmias with tendency to granulation. **Clematis follows **Mercurius corrosivus well in iritis. The exudation is rather serous than plastic. great photophobia. It is suitable to the non-vascular variety of parenchymatous inflammation of the cornea. extending over the top of the head. #Ferrum phosphoricum. with pressing pain. Retinitis albuminurica also finds a remedy in **Mercurius corrosivus. eyes not very red. **Jaborandi is an excellent internal remedy in iritis. **Cinnabaris has inflammation and pain in the eyes and its indicating symptom is pain going from one canthus around the eyebrow to the other. lachrymation and heat in the eyes. thus. with the sensitiveness to cold air. and especially in the ulcers of an asthenic type. tedious cases with no special redness of the conjunctiva. accompanied with pains in the eyes. It is indicated by indolent inflammation.

[Gels] A most valuable remedy in eye troubles. #Bryonia.useful in ophthalmias neonatorum. moving or exciting the eye aggravates the pain. Double vision is very characteristic. Also useful in cysts of the eyelids. the pains are sharp shooting in character. #Gelsemium. worse by moving the eyes. it is worthy of extensive experimentation in cataract. It has an abundance of paralytic symptoms. Strabismus from weakening of the muscles is also characteristic and therapeutically it has been found useful in strabismus and ptosis following diphtheria **Gelsemium is one of the most valuable remedies in glaucoma.extending into the head and face. especially for the sudden variety with burning and dryness. partial blindness from cataract.but it corresponds especially to the traumatic form. dark red face and general symptoms of the drug. It has been used for detachment of the retina and some forms of asthenopia and in astigmatism with considerable success. and giddiness and pains in the eyeballs are sure indications for the remedy. with violent pains shooting through the eyeball into the back of the head or up towards the vertex. double vision and vertigo will indicate **Gelsemium. here **Hamamelis should be thought of. A sensation as if the eyes were being forced out of the socket is also found under **Bryonia. In rheumatic iritis it is the first remedy to be thought of . lachrymation and photophobia. choroiditis where there is a gradual impairment of vision and heavy lids. [Bry] **Bryonia may be though of in rheumatism of the eyes. especially if there be haemorrhage into the iris or anterior chamber. also **Calcarea sulphurica. Intra-ocular inflammations. in fact. These symptoms are associated with soreness of the eyeballs. dull pains. It comes in after **Aconite or **Ferrum phosphoricum. it is the remedy. It produces also an inability to accommodate quickly. in any form of iritis. where serous exudations occur. double vision and ptosis. There is an increased tension of the eyeballs. which are the remedies for the first stage. **Arnica is a useful remedy in rheumatic iritis. **Terebinth has rheumatic iritis with intense pains in the eyes and head. In serous iritis. **Bryonia may be found useful in glaucoma. **Gelsemium dilates the pupil through its paralyzing effect on the third nerve. diplopia. and the urinary symptoms are perhaps present. often palliating the severe pains and improving the neurotic symptom of the disease. in gonorrheal ophthalmias and in abscess of the cornea. The . **Calcarea fluorica has a noticeable influence in diminishing opacities of the lens. and it is quite as useful in syphilitic.

In its action on the eye it resembles **Argentum nitricum. with agglutination in the morning. it is no useful when the external coats of the eyes are involved. [Puls] The general symptoms of the drug will guide to **Pulsatilla as much as the local. #Pulsatilla. lymphatic temperature and locally profuse. also **Silicea. bland discharges and not much pain or photophobia. spurs it on. Conjunctivitis from cold or accompanying measles. **Pulsatilla is especially serviceable for the mild. of Boston. after measles . passive. it will diminish the pain and check the degeneration. **Zincum has proved of service in pterygium with smarting stinging at the inner canthus and in opacities of the cornea following long-lasting attacks of inflammation. Talbot. too exclusive a reliance should not be placed on it here. It is useful in glaucoma beginning with recurrent neuralgic attacks. Natrum muriaticum. **Pulsatilla has a special affinity for the lids. **Ratanhia has also cured pterygium in both man and animals. especially call for this remedy. bland. Twicthing of the eyelids with dazzling sight. profuse. also amblyopia and asthenopia are benefited by **Phosphorus. Catarrhal ophthalmias. which is all out of proportion to the degree of inflammation. This is due to an increased irritability of the nerves of the eye. it causes them to abort before pus has performed. The mucus is thick. It is worthy of a careful trial. As a remedy for styes it has no equal. Dr. It corresponds well to very old cases of blepharitis with thick crusts. the symptom that objects look red leads to its consideration. The characteristic of this remedy in scrofulous ophthalmias is the intense photophobia. stirs it up. Conium. thick. It has many symptoms similar to acute cataract. In the provings is a sensation of a membrane growing over the eye. **Casticum has a well-established reputation of checking acute cataract. **Phosphorus has hyperaemia of the choroid and retina. Magnesia carbonica and Causticum are used here.B. but of little use in adult presbyopia. for little or no redness is present. profuse lachrymation and secretion of mucus worse evenings.eyeballs are sore. yellow or yellowish green and more abundant in the open air. swollen from being distended by a collection of pus in the eye. Tears gush out on opening eyes. inflaming them and increasing the Meibomian secretion agglutinates them. reports success with this remedy in cataract. Norton found it the most useful remedy. especially of the lids. Dudgeon thinks it useful in permature presbyopia. Cataract.A. it reinforces the action of this remedy. Dr. Ophthalmias neonatorum. hence is useful in retinitis pigmentosa and albuminurica. **Argentum nitricum also has the profuse purulent discharge and swollen lids. worse from heat of fire. Dr. **Conium.

worse in hot weather. It is more useful in the trachomatous form of conjunctivitis than is **Pulsatilla. It speedily absorbs hypopyon. Conjunctivitis form getting wet. the eyes are red and injected and there are splinter-like pains in them. The pains of **Asafoetida are relieved by pressure on the eye. and lachrymation is constant. It has been called " the king of remedies in . Discharge bland. There is much retinal congestion. here resembling **Rhus toxicodendron. Granular conjunctivitis. with tendency to congestion. #Sulphur. thick margins of lids with little points of pus appearing at the roots of the cilia. the general symptoms will indicate the remedy. it suits old chronic cases. It is invaluable in the suppurative form. **Lycopodium has ulceration. also. Its effects are speedy and permanent in the characteristic **Calcarea child. particularly scrofulous cases with acrid discharge. excessive soreness and sensitiveness of the lids is an indicating symptom. no remedy excels it in opacities and ulcerations of the cornea. **Aurum metallicum. Purulent ophthalmias. also **Rhus toxicodendron. hot tears flow out on opening eyes. Asthenopia form want of accomodation. The eyes are so sensitive to the light that patient insists on thick covering.also. sensitive eyes. Out best remedy for scrofulous ophthalmias. with relief from heat and half sightedness. It is a wonderful remedy in iritis. they do not suppurate. There are phlyctenules and pustules on the cornea and the lids are glued together. with profuse mucopurulent discharge. Scrofulous opthalmias. Glaucoma. Opacities and ulcers on the cornea with great congestion. **Hepar sulphur has red. also **Asafoetida. redness and styes. Syphilitic iritis with soreness of the bones. [Sulph] This remedy will be found especially useful in conjunctivitis from a foreign body. **Calcarea carbonica. corresponding to the worst cases. after **Aconite or **Ferrum phosphoricum. Blindness of right half of visual field is also a symptom of the remedy. and abscesses of the cornea require no other remedy. and there is great itching of the margins of the lids. Fistula lachrymalis. Keratitis sub-acute conjunctivitis. **Muriatic acid has one lateral half cut off. nocturnal agglutination and lachrymation by day. Vilas states that care should be taken not to give this remedy too low. profuse lachrymation. **Staphisagria has styes and nodosities on the lids. great vascularity is characteristic. in scrofulous inflammation of the eyes. Vilas states that it will cure more cases of keratitis than any other remedy. **Lithium carbonicum and **Lycopodium. the upper half of objects being visible. but become hard. they are throbbing and burning. which has burning pains above the eyebrows. cornea opaque and lids thickened.

ulceration of the cornea." Acute symptoms, severe pains, worse by cold touch and bright light, hypopyon. The ulcers of **Silicea are sluggish. Boyle prefers **Ipecac to Conium in phylctenular keratitis in children with redness, photophobia and lachrymation. #Euphrasia. [Euph] One of our best remedies in eye affections; it has an inflammation of the lids, which appear red and injected, or perhaps ulcerated, with a profuse excoriating discharge, photophobia, cannot bear artificial light. Pustules near the border of the cornea. Reading or writing brings on pain in the eyes. Conjunctivitis, blisters and phlyctenules on the conjunctiva, blurred sight, acrid purulent discharge. Traumatic conjunctivitis. Rheumatic iritis, burning , stinging, shooting pains worse at night. Phlyctenular ophthalmias with excoriating discharge. It is especially useful in acute exacerbations of granular ophthalmia. **Euphrasia and Ruta are very old remedies in eye affections. " Purge with Euphrasy and Rue The visual nerve, for he had much to see." --- MILTON. Blurring of vision, relieved by winking thus wiping the eye is especially characteristic of **Euphrasia. The 12X is a very useful strength. **Kreosote has a blepharitis with a discharge of hot tears. **Arsenicum. Here the great characteristic is burning, as if from fire, burning discharges relieved by warmth, intermittent pains, ulcerations of cornea, running a rapid course with a high degree of inflammation, are greatly benefited by this remedy according to Bayes. It is useful in obstinate cases of ophthalmia of he strumous variety when other remedies fail. Useful in glaucoma with periodical exacerbation of the pain which is intense and burning. **Nitric acid is often indispensable in ophthalmia neonatorum, but its main use is in superficial ulcers of the cornea with splinter-like pains. It is also considered to be one of our best remedies in corneal opacities; also **Cannabis sativa must not be forgotten. **Digitalis, according to Copeland, must not be forgotten in blepharitis, and Hahnemann mentions it in Meibomian inflammation. **Sepia. In asthenopic conditions we have a number of remedies and among them is **Sepia, which especially suits asthenopia from uterine disease and sluggish, scrofulous, sub-acute cases. There is dryness of the eyes in the evening, the lids may be scaly and there will be drooping of the lids, worse in the morning and evening and in hot weather, relieved by cold bathing. There is blurring of slight and asthenopia from seminal losses, sudden vanishing of sight. It has also been used in trachoma and cataract. It is perhaps, the chief remedy in vernal conjunctivitis

; the morning and evening aggravation is its great characteristic. **Natrum muriaticum. A fine remedy in asthenopia, there is weakness of the internal recti, the eyes feel stiff while moving them, letters run together. It is also a valuable remedy in scrofulous ophthalmia with acrid tears and spasmodic closure of lids, in ulcers with inflamed eyes agglutinatted in the morning, and in fistula lachrymalis. It suits scrofulous children having eruptions on border of hairy scalp. **Artemesia. Asthenopia due to muscular defects and errors of accommodation. Colored light produces dizziness. **Cina. Asthenopia, on attempting to read, letters become blurred and a cloud over the eye. **Ruta. Is also a most a valuable remedy for affections of the eyes from overwork, where every tissue of the eye is irritable. Eyes burn, feel hot like balls of fire. **Onosmodium is a very useful remedy in eye strain, with dull, heavy , sore, aching eyes. No inflammatory troubles-- but patient is troubled with headaches and weakness. Dr. A. B. Norton finds the remedy gives prompt relief to many annoying symptoms. Santonine. Hyperaemic conditions from continuous fine work, as in seamstresses. Also to be remembered in cataract. Objects look yellow. **Ammoniacum gummi stands between **Belladonna and Ruta in asthenopia; the eyes smart and burn, especially when used at night by light. **Agaricus. Asthenopia from prolonged strain with great twitching of the palpebral and ocular muscles. **Agaricus 12 has, in the experience of Dr. E. T. Allen, of Chicago, cleared up several cases of cataract. **Asarum. Eyes feel stiff and burn or feel cold, better when in cold air, or bathed in cold water, worse in the sunlight. #Graphites. [Graph] Phlyctenular ophthalmia. It is one of our best remedies in vesicles on the cornea and ulceration in scrofulous children; there is intense burning, lachrymation; the canthi crack and bleed. Scrofulous ophthalmia with tendency to wild hairs. According to Norton this remedy comes nearer being a specific in blepharitis than any other. **Borax, also , with soreness along lids. **Graphites is the great remedy in "gummed up, photophobia eyes." and it is most useful in blepharitis, especially in eczematous subjects or following measles. **Petroleum is also a remedy in blepharitis when the lids are red, raw and moist. Hepar sulphur has especially throbbing in and about the eye, formation of pus, hypopyon, styes, cannot bear the eyes to be touched, pimples, great photophobia and relief of pain of by warmth. **Hepar is one of our most important remedies for conjunctivitis, especially in cases that do not yield to **Aconite or Belladonna, following these remedies well. **Alumina. Asthenopia from irritated conjunctiva, granular lids, loss of power of the internal rectus; also

**Conium, Ruta and Natrum muriaticum . Dryness of the eyes also, **Crocus, Berberis, Natrum carbonicum and **Natrum sulphuricum. **Alumina is a remedy for ophthalmia senilis; its well-known power of producing dryness of the mucous membranes is seen here. After Operations on the Eyes. -------------------------------**Aconite. Principal remedy. **Ignatia. Violent pains in temples. **Rhus tox. Pains shooting into head. **Bryonia. Pains in head accompanied by vomiting. **Asarum. Jerking pains with vomiting and diarrhoea. **Crocus. Hammering and jerking in eye. **Thuja. Stinging pains in temples. **Senega. Promotes the absorption of lens debris. **Strontium. Objects appear as if tinged with blood.

=GASTRIC DERANGEMENTS.
#Nux vomica [Nux-v] is a remedy influencing both in glandular secretion and muscular tone of the digestive organs. Among causes of dyspepsia are mental overwork, sedentary occupations, high living and dissipation, and these are all keynote symptoms of **Nux vomica. This drug will be thought of when the patient is "cranky" and irascible, when he is drowsy and stupid in the evening, feels miserable in the morning and has a dull frontal headache. This headache is a constant element in Nux disease. With **Nux the food and drink taste normal, and the gastric and abdominal disturbances do not commence immediately after eating as under **Lycopodium and Nux moschata, but come on half an hour or so after meals, especially the dinner. There is often nausea, empty retching, scanty, sour or bilious vomiting, water brash, sour, bitter, metallic or putrid taste, and there is vertigo. ALl these symptoms are aggravated in the morning, and there is also an after dinner aggravation. Headache usually attends the gastric disturbances of **Nux. In the flatulent and pituitous dyspepsia of drunkards **Nux usually precedes **Carbo vegetabilis and Sulphur. **Kali bichromicum is more often indicated in the dyspepsia of beer drinkers. It is well indicated in dyspepsia when there is a feeling as if digestion had stopped after a meal eaten with relish and the food lies like a load; the distress comes sooner than the with **Nux vomica. The appetite is impaired, the patient does not want even his accustomed stimuli, or there may be an abnormal hunger, and this abnormal hunger usually

a pure gastralgia. Waterbrash is more characteristic of **Nux. **Nux has also gastric irritability with pains radiating in various directions from the epigastrium which are worse in the morning. and with **Kreosote. **Bismuth has burning and lancinating pains of a purely nervous character. and when **Nux fails to act perhaps the best remedy is **Carbo vegetabilis. Dyce Brown finds that when the gastric symptoms are prominent the lower dilutions act better. the front half of the tongue may be clean. Atonic dyspepsia with a putrid taste in the mouth in the morning compelling the patient to rinse out the mouth. **Nux has an abnormal thirst. [Carb-v] This is a putrid remedy. The stomach is sensitive to pressure and to tight clothing. and there is distension even after a light meal and a very characteristic sensation of a lump or a load in the stomach. This is a symptom of a misused stomach. but **Lycopodium does not have the intestinal irritability of **Nux. The tongue of **Nux is coated. which it usually does some twenty-four to thirty-six hours previous. **Calcarea carbonica has a tenderness at the pit of the stomach. and this coating is more on the posterior part." In the distress after eating we must compare **Nux with Abies nigra. with spasmodic vomiting. and the patient will say:"If I could only vomit I would feel much better. which has a pain coming on immediately after eating .precedes an attack of dyspepsia. #Carbo vegetabilis. the digestion will be slow and imperfect. with a desire for beer and bitters. **Lycopodium has a pain in the pit of the stomach when the hypochondria are pressed and a pain in the hyponchondria when the pit of the stomach is pressed. **Mercurius has a deathly faintness at the pit of the stomach. **Carbo is putrid and **Sulphuric acid is sour. which has the symptom that three or four hours after eating the patient vomits. This oppresses the brain and soon develops flatulence. there is fulness even after a light meal. gone sensation in the stomach not relieved by .M. while heartburn is more characteristic of **Pulstilla. The nausea is especially after a meal. The eructations of **Nux are painful. but if constipation be present the higher ones are to be preferred. bitter or sour. Sulphur and Natrum carbonicum have an all gone sensation at the pit of the stomach worse at 11 A. which attack may sometimes be avoided by attention to diet as soon as this symptom of abnormal hunger appears. and will be found most useful in the putrid variety of dyspepsia. there will be a weight in the stomach and intestines and a faint. and an aversion to coffee will strongly indicate **Nux. Dr. **Sepia. It acts better when given in the evening. white usually. The pains of **Arsenicum are burning and the dyspepsia of **Pulstilla is especially after rich and fat food. When **carbo is indicated the patient will be below par.

The eructations are rancid. crossness. The symptoms are worse from fat. high living or from eating tainted meats. while in **Lycopodium it is more to constipation. as in **Nux moschata.M. **Carbo is a valuable remedy in chronic gastric catarrh and condition based upon degeneration and induration. sour or putrid. there is slow digestion and the patients faints easily. like **Carbo vegetabilis. but after a few mouthfuls there is a sense of repletion. chest and abdomen. There is great distension of the stomach and bowels. The distension calling for **China is painful and only momentarily relieved by belching. irritability. Another distinguishing feature between **Carbo and Lycopodium is. There is also a sensation as if . There is great craving for salt and other things that always make him sick. and they are worse after late suppers. being a putrid remedy. digestion being slow. there is depression o vital power. There is heaviness.eating. which is temporarily relieved by belching. [China] **China is useful in cases where. than **China has. fulness and sleepiness after eating. and that of **Lycopodium more in the intestines. that in Carbo the tendency is more to diarrhoea. and haemorrhoids worse after a spree. where. **Carbo. fish. vinegar or cabbage. ice cream. oysters. and milk increases the flatulence. just the time of the aggravation of **Lycopodium. the food putrefies before it digests. it is suitable for the bad effects of debauchery and high living. with paroxymal and crampy pains which force the patient to bend double. We may find here the symptom that the patient wants to be fanned. is especially useful for the effects of over-eating. It has more burning and flatulence than **Nux vomica. but here it seems to be especially limited to the loss of animal fluids. which is worse by motion and the erect position and from 4 to 6 P. The flatulence of **Carbo vegetabilis is more in the stomach. There is frontal headache worse in the morning and in a warm room. There is violent ***burning in the stomach . and is still further like the former in the sensation of satiety after a few mouthfuls of food. but not so much as in **Nux moschata and Lycopodium. the stomach feels heavy. Remember that **Carbo has a more upward pressure of gas on the diaphragm. There is a ***burning in the stomach extending to the back and along the spine to the interscapular region. like **Nux. It comes in after **Nux. and not so much pressure down on the intestines as **Nux vomica has. There are sour or bitter eructations and the flatus is offensive. Like **Lycopodium and Colchicum it has tympanites.. causing distress of breathing. Flatulence gives rise to asthmatic breathing and dyspnoea. #China officinalis. Coffee disagrees. and that it is more applicable to putrid dyspepsias and the chronic dyspepsia of ***old people. though.

**Nux moschata also has distress immediately upon eating.and he leaves the tables with his hunger only momentarily satisfied. but the immediate distress after eating belongs to **Lycopodium. digestion is slow and difficult. and the **Lycopodium patient is almost unconquerable sleepy after eating. however. **Pulsatilla has this. We may also have attacks of ravenous hunger under **Lycopodium. after all. and vomiting when it does occur is sour. but in a less degree than **China. not all the times as in **Lachesis. which is worse at night and after meals. but lies a long time in the stomach. **China does not have the rancid belching with burning. There is a great accumulation of flatus in the stomach and intestines-rather more in the intestines. When **China is well indicated there will be a yellow diarrhoea. Now this sensation of satiety is found under **Arsenicum . from the flatus presses rather downwards. In cases where the food does not digest. the patient prefers hot drinks. sour bleching. **China is the remedy. Many times these symptoms of **China are caused by drinking tea to excess. causing eructations and finally is vomited undigested. hypochondriacal patients. The patient is worse after late dinners.the food had lodged in the oesophagus behind the sternum. Here it is seen that the distress is ***immediately upon eating. In **Nux. quite similar to **Nux vomica. which. **Nux from fitful intestinal action. the distension lasting into the night. as in **Pulsatilla and **Anacardium. Sepia and **Sulphur. but after eating a small quantity of food he feels so full and bloated that he has to force himself to swallow another mouthful. A grand characteristic of **Lycopodium is this: the patient goes to meals with a vigorous appetite. there is also also painful swelling at the pit of the stomach and intolerance of tight clothing. Carbo vegetabilis. will cause a headache as in **Cactus grandiflorus. #Lycopodium [Lyc] is especially suitable for chronic congestion and catarrhal conditions of the stomach in patients with liver and gouty troubles. especially the colon--and this presses upwards and causes difficulty of breathing just as we found under **Carbo vegetabilis. China. **Lycopodium is. not a half hour after. for it has also sour taste. Both have constipation with ineffectual urging to stool. which is not common. **Lycopodium from contraction of the sphincter ani. **Sepia is also similar in some respects to . Bleching of gas in **Lycopodium does ***not relieve. but it is especially characteristic of **Lycopodium. There is intolerance of pressure about the waist after meals. if not satisfied. which will distinguish it from Carbo vegetabilis. The boiled-egg sensation of **Abies nigra is lower down. making him restless and wakeful. **Lycopodium is especially useful in the atonic and acid forms of dyspepsia.

foul eructations. pastry or mixed diets. firstly . there is acidity and heart burn. [Puls] No remedy in the old school corresponds to **Pulsatilla.and which are relieved by eructations or the passage of flatus. Dryness of the mouth. but **Sepia has a sensations of emptiness in the epigastrium while that of **Lycopodium is repletion. Remember its power of acting on mucous membranes and increasing the quantity of mucous formed by them. About one or. being here similar to **Anacardium. which is similar to **Argentum nitricum. worse from heat. Nearly always in dyspeptic troubles calling for **Pulsatilla there will be headache which are supraorbital and worse in the evening and from warmth. over acid and loaded with lithates or uric acid crystals and it is not so offensive as that of **Sepia. This mucus in the stomach easily undergoes decomposition and acts as a frequent upon the food. . sour or putrid. food tastes bitter. The circulation is disturbed and the patient is always chilly and. the mental condition are not at all similar. **Lycopodium has also as an important stomach symptom. two hours after eating there is a feeling of fulness and weight in the epigastrium which is relieved for a short time by eating. the sleep is dreamy and the patient awakes tired and listless. To distinguish between **Nux and Pulsatilla is rather easy. as remarked by Hahnemann. being here like **Ipecac. The urine is high colored. **Pulsatilla. or from chilling the stomach with ice cream or ice water. After meals there is violent palpitation. The patient is mentally active and this keeps him awake for hours after retiring. and the pain arises from the irritating nature of the contents of the stomach rather than from mere bulk and weight which produces the **Nux pain. desire for sweets. **Lachesis desires oysters. The tongue is coated with thick. pork. white fur. there is waterbrash and eructations tasting of food and absence of thirst only a desire to moisten the mouth. #Pulsatilla. The characteristic of the flatulence of **Pulsatilla is that it moves about and often cause painful sensations about the chest. putrid taste in the morning on awakening and a sensation as if food had lodged ***under the sternum are characteristics of this remedy. more often. the action of the heart is apt to be irregular and it is difficult to convince such patients sometimes that they have not heart disease. being here like **Arsenic and Carbo vegetabilis. the patient in **Pulsatilla with digestive troubles in despondent. There is craving for lemonade and aversion to fats which aggravate. acidity. rough.**Lycopodium. is especially useful for the dyspepsias arising from fatty foods. There is often a constant taste of food in the mouth as if it had in the stomach a long time after eating it. strange to say. ***A bad taste is a special indication for **Pulsatilla. hence nausea.

on going to stool the desire passes away. [Anac] With this remedy there is a sinking feeling which comes on about two hours after eating. which **Nux does not have. but the symptoms agreeing it may. Petroleum has among its prominent symptoms ravenous hunger and gastralgia relieved by eating. **Antimonium crudum is especially indicated in those who have overloaded the stomach and have eructations tasting of food. It pictures atonic gastric catarrh. **Chelidonium is indicated by its prominent liver symptoms. for really after eating he is worse. of course. be used in men. **Pulsatilla is worse in the evening. and it is especially called for in long-lingering gastric troubles with a great deal of nausea. and although eating relieves it is only a temporary relief.and especially a tongue thickly coated white. Mentally **Anacardium has a great deal of hypochondriasis. which **Nux lacks. Such patients become true "lunch fiends." There are three other drugs that have prominent relief from eating. confusion of mind and loss of memory. It has nausea of a loathing variety. **Nux is despondent. #Anacardium. **Pulsatilla has more heartburn and **Nux more waterbrash. here we have the characteristic symptom of a plug in the rectum. Another distinguishing feature between **Nux and Anacardium. **Nux is worse in the morning and after dinner. is the paretic state of the rectum in **Anacardium. and a dull pain in the stomach extending to the spine. [Sep] **Sepia is more often found useful in women. From other drugs **Pulsatilla is easily distinguished . It is a remedy which has . however. the symptoms returning. and the symptom that the patient has to pound his back to start the gas is sometimes met with. too. vomiting. and lachrymose. depressed vitality is always prominent. but at the same time irascible and domineering. after pickles. especially at night. then. Chelidonium and Graphites. The patient is hungry most of the time. sour things etc. food is repugnant. and a great urging to stool as in **Nux. **Anacardium also has some flatulence. #Sepia. and increasing in intensity until the patient is forced to eat again for relief. The gastralgia of **Anacardium is relieved by eating. but. vomiting predominates. The clean tongue and intense nausea of **Ipecac will separate that remedy. and there are often tasteless or occasional sour eructations. which should distinguish.apprehensive. They are **Petroleum. Dyspepsia accompanied with diarrhoea will sometimes indicate **Petroleum. that of **Argentum nitricum is worse from eating. The great characteristic of the remedy is the ***great relief after eating. **Anacardium has violent gastralgia. unlike **Nux.

The most characteristic symptom. Lycopodium and Sepia. even mention food and he vomits.increases the acidity of the stomach and causes vomiting. in that while it always deposits a lithic acid sediment it adheres tenaciously to the side and bottom of the vessel and is offensive. while under **Sulphur sweets cause a sour stomach and heartburn. which is not relieved by eating. The **Sulphur patient also craves alcohol. **Robinia causes . Phosphoricum and Sulphur this gone sensation is always better after meals. There is nausea at the smell or sight of the food. the "cat nap" like sleep. but in **Sepia the face is apt to have the characteristic yellow saddle across the nose. the patient can hardly wait for meals and is forced to get up at night to eat. The urine of **Sepia may help to decide between it and **Lycopodium and **Kali carbonicum. #Sulphur. or else there is loss of appetite. which is like **Phosphorus. It is aggravated from starchy food like both **Natrum carbonicum and **Natrum sulphuricum. There is a white-coated tongue and a sour or putrid taste in the mouth. contrary to custom. he also has aversion to meat. This is similar only to Carbo animals. congested liver. for in **Anacardium. and **Colchicum has nausea at the thought of the food. [Sulph] **Sulphur is a wonderful remedy in dyspepsia. the aversion to washing etc." is a good **Sulphur indication. The abdomen of **Sepia is flatulent and the liver is sore and has sharp pains in it. There is a ravenous desire for sweets which make him sick. however . If we have the general characteristics of **Sulphur present. The Sepia patient is worse in the forenoon and evening. for it is relieved by lying on the right side. and that is **Argentum nitricum. the choice will be easy. too. the hot head and cold feet. but here again **Sepia is different from all others. constipation.and it has a feeling of satiety after eating a small quantity of food. there are hot flashes as in **Sulphur. Natrum carbonicum. It has bitter or sour taste and putrid eructations. " Drinks much.the vehemence and irascibility of Nux and the tearful despondency of **Pulsatilla. which has a diarrhoea caused by it. is a feeling of goneness in the pit of the stomach. and there is great longing for acids and pickles. and like **Nux. with hot hands and cold feet. the early morning diarrhoea. but its value is seldom appreciated. eats little. It may be useful in dyspepsias from the overuse of tobacco. being in the former symptom like Carbo vegetabilis and in the latter like **Carbo vegetabilis. It is useful in the flatulent dyspepsia of those who drink heavily.. and milk. and also the aversion to household affairs more marked than in **Natrum muriaticum. the hot flashes. only one other remedy has this. and when he eats he feels puffed up. There is canine hunger. Then. sour vomiting.

weak feeling in the stomach at 11 A.. As in **Sulphur. The tongue has projecting papillae. Sulphur and Natrum carbonicum. between the scapulae. When stomach is empty frontal headache. **Phosphorus has a special relation to destructive and disintegration processes. **Bismuth also has the symptom that the patient vomits as soon as the food strikes the stomach. the patient vomits as soon as the food strikes the stomach. but are vomited as soon as they become warm in the stomach. Vomiting sour. The **Natrum carbonicum patient is especially low-spirited and hypochondriacal after a meal. and the patient is worse after vegetable and starchy foods. #Natrum carbonicum. The gone. gnawing. **Capsicum is very useful in gastric hyperchlorhydria.M. circumscribed pain is characteristic. Dr. spitting up of blood without nausea is also common. and is white more along the middle. It has burning in epigastrium. too. which we find under **Sepia. chronic pyrosis..and hence is one of the remedies for cancers. Cartier praises this remedy highly in hyperacidity. as in **Bryonia. Starch digestion is impeded.M. erosions. It has a weak. and it has the aversion to household affairs and the sour eructations and the foetid flatulence of Sepia. It is a useful remedy in the vomiting of chronic dyspepsia. acid dyspepsia. and as a concomitant we have sometimes the characteristic burning of this remedy.. [Nat-c] **Natrum carbonicum stands between **Nux and **Sepia. the patient hungry at night and lies awake until he gets something to eat. etc. hungry feeling in the epigastrium at 11 A. Rapid loss of flesh and anaemia are also symptoms. there is much pain and burning. . frequent acid eructations. a verified symptom. and they relieve momentarily. indurations. and here it also extends to the bowels. The 3d potency has seemed to act well. There is distention of the abdomen with hardness and fulness as in all the alkalies. Craving for cold food and cold drinks is characteristic of **Phosphorus. he prefers the 3 and dilutions. it has the hypochondriasis of **Nux. the same as **Sepia. **Geranium maculatum in tincture is an excellent remedy to control haemorrhage from the stomach.excessive acidity. Colic sometimes sufficient to cause the patient to double up. with this remedy. Phosphorus and Sulphur. #Phosphorus. one of our best remedies in hyperchlorhydria. as well as the morning nausea and empty retching. a burning. There are sour eructations. [Phos] **Phosphorus corresponds to ***rumination and ***regurgitation. Dyspepsia from eating soda biscuits. weak digestion. is also present under **Phosphorus.

#Arsenicum. always chilly. there may also be intense pains in the spine. suiting especially " irritative " dyspepsias and acute inflammation. the celebrated French homoeopathist. heartburn and a peculiar weak nervous sensation. the patient being obliged to loosen the clothing as in **Lycopodium. with sour eructations. Nux and China. **Graphites is a remedy which stands not be neglected in stomach disorders. Jousset. After meals there is an undue flatulent distension of the abdomen. mental symptoms and chlorosis similar to **Pulsatilla. such as Ferrum and China. he gives **Nux 12 hours before meals and **Graphites 12 hours after meals. which is the same as under **Argentum nitricum and **Iodine. which will distinguish it from **Lycopodium. colicky pain. [Ars] A grand medicine is gastric disorders. and is relieved by eating as in **Anacardium. hot drinks disagree. It has aversion to meat. as though he had eaten eggs. and there is a rush of blood to the head after eating. as in **China or Carbo vegetabilis. There are burning cramps in the epigastrium and putrid eructations as in **Carbo vegetabilis. All the stomach symptoms of **Kali carbonicum are aggravated by soup or by coffee. this is continued for a period of eight days and resumed after an interval of rest. and eruptions on the skin characteristic of the drug may be present. The **Graphites patient is inclined to obesity and flabbiness. The flatus of **Graphites is rancid or putrid. [Graph] This remedy has tympanitic distension of the stomach and bowels. The bleching is putrid and is similar to **Carbo vegetabilis. chilliness. which is burning. crampy. Petroleum and Chelidonium. and claims that this is all-sufficient in most cases of dyspepsia. in that relieves. carbo vegetabilis. [Kali-c] **Kali carbonicum is indicated where the system is broken down by loss of fluids or protracted illness. It has gastralgia. recommends the alternation of **Nux and Graphites in most cases of dyspepsia. but this routine method of prescribing cannot be recommended. The aversion to meat is found in all chlorotic remedies. Everything which he eats seems to turn into gas. Dyspepsia of the aged or weak. Before eating there is a faint sinking feeling in the epigastrium out of proportion to the feeling of vacuity caused by hunger. anaemic and easily exhausted patients with tired feelings and backache is met by **Kali carbonicum.#Kali carbonicum. It corresponds to the stomach . #Graphites. There is a disagreeable taste in the morning. There is a desire for sugar and sweets. Sweets nauseate and disgust. Dr. The patient is sleepy while eating.

***Longing for sugar and aggravation from sweets producing diarrhoea. sour risings and loss of apptite. mouth rahter dry and a bitter taste is present. The liver is involved. a dull epigastric aching. These will clearly indicate **Hydrastis. with a yellow coating down the center. but when he does succeed in so doing the flatus comes in enormous volume. the characteristic gnawing pain circumscribed to a small spot.. Gastric ulcer. it seems to lie like a stone in the stomach. with vomiting of mucus. **Arnica. especially in delicate and nervous women. gastro-hepatic symptoms and the rheumatic diathesis will decide. and it is a wonderful remedy in gastric complaints. but the pains are sharp and cutting and extend to shoulders and back. etc. hence violent belching and great relief therefrom. From this spot pains radiate in every direction. 6. **Arsenicum is the remedy for so-called ptomaine poisoning from tainted foods. red and looks irritated. The least plain food makes the pain worse. **Hydrastis causes a decided amount of catarrh of the stomach with mucus.. Gastralgia. fullness after eating. 2. the tongue is clean at sides and tip. Here. depression of spirits. Intense spasms of the muscles of the chest. pointed. [Arg-n] **Argentum nitricum must be remembered in stomach affections. The patient for a long time may not be able to belch. The gastric uneasiness. it may be indicated when caused by an emotion. #Argentum nitricum. constipation and frontal headaches are accompaniments. (2) ***Pain. Atony of stomach. 5. it has lots of it. It is a gnawing. The pains are of a burning character. The pain of **Arsenicum is immediately after taking food. Lassitude. painful contractions. then. Feeling of a lump in the stomach. loss of sleep or menstrual trouble. inability to digest food and the want of appetite so often met with in persons of a weekly state. ulcerative pain referred to the pit of the stomach.the sickness . The sixth centesimal potency is recommended by Jousset. Constipation. 3. indicate it. This is considered by Dr. the complexion is yellow.irritation. will be abdominal pain and diarrhoea. active and sore. patient prostrated. which can be drawn into strings. It certainly acts better in the . 1. the pains. etc. The special tongue symptom. (1) Its flatulence. The involvement of the liver. 4. Loss of appitite. **Bryonia has pains soon after food. worse from pressure and eating. and the irritation is shown throughout the intestinal tract. Vomiting of glairy mucus. the tongue is clean. Dyce Brown as an almost certain indication for the remedy. malaise. blood.

and especially about the neck. **Apis more the surface. #Iodine. suppuration and induration of the inguinal or cervical glands are well met by the remedy when the attack is acute and very painful. The various combination of Iodine are prominent and trustworthy remedies in glandular affections. Swelling. the inflammation involves the substance of a gland. Hunger and vomiting may exist at the same time. especially at the climaxis. [Spong] Goitre hard and large with suffocative attacks. besides its influence in colic. In fact. **Arsenic iodide when accompanied by anaemic condition. are never purple or gangrenous. hysterical symptoms distinguish **Ignatia from Nux vomica. jaundice. It is the remedy in the irritable stomachs of hysteria. Enlarged bronchial and mesenteric glands. but Bayes thinks it will rarely cure alone. vomiting of bile. engorgements and hypertrophies. also Ferrum iodide and Calcarea iodide have many times removed glandular enlargements. #Spongia. **Iris versicolor. **Graphites. [Bell] The remedy in all glandular swellings of an inflammatory character with rapid swelling threatening suppuration.those that are torpid and sluggish. nausea and vomiting. worse from motion or pressure. which are heavy. Swollen glands in the axillary region. Baryta iodide for tonsillar enlargements. bilious headaches. hard and usually painless. The glands.higher potencies. =GLANDULAR AFFECTIONS. [Iod] This remedy corresponds to indolent swellings. excessive flatulence . which are large. Enlargement of glands of neck and axilla and mesenteric glands. Here there should be liver involvement. Scrofulous or arthritic enlargement of the glands. **Ignatia corresponds to sour stomach. it is useful in the pyrosis of pregnant women. may be called for in stomach troubles. or swellings of the mammae. swelling in cervical region with tension and painful to touch. or they may be anywhere. red and sensitive. especially in hysterical subjects. It has been used with some success in the parenchymatous form of goitre with obstructed breathing. Red shining streaks radiating from the glands with great heat and stitching pains indicate **Belladonna. **Dioscorea. #Belladonna. patient . though swollen. It is the principal remedy in gastralgia coming on at night or after eating.

blue-eyed children who suffer from enlarged tonsils. **Badiaga. #Carbo animalis. Goitre. It tends to break down enlarged glands and bring on speedy suppuration. **Cistus. an impure breath is an indication. Enlargement of glands with indurations. ***Induration is the keynote. Also enlargements of the bronchial and mesenteric glands. [Sil] Suppurating glands. Suppurative inflammations of the sebaceous glands also call for the remedy. [Lap-a] Enlargement of mesenteric glands and chronic glandular swellings in scrofulous children. diarrhoea. indurated axillary glands. worse in damp weather. The glands become inflammed. the swelling is painful and sensitive and is usually associated with some skin affection. Induration of mammae. #Calcarea fluorica. [Carb-a] Indurated buboes. the swellings are hard.debilitated. elastic. indurated and ulcerated. . it suits light complexioned. [Calc-f] Long lasting and indolent glandular enlargements of the cervical lymphatic glands where the hardness is pronounced. Hard swelling of external cervical glands. Glandular enlargement. burning pains and tendency to suppuration. Goitre. they are hard as a stone in the inguinal region and the surrounding tissues even are hard. [Brom] Enlargement of glands scrofulous in nature parotids swollen. There is great tendency in such patients to take cold. goitre with anaemic symptoms and increased appetite has been cured by the remedy. also **Alumina.the 6X works well. It softens indurations of submaxillary and parotid gland after scarlet fever. #Silicea. Solidified indurations. Inflammation of the breast. #Lapis albus. indurated buboes. **Carbo vegetabilis. especially of submaxillary glands with caries of the jaw. better from hot fomentations and rubbing. Scrofulous glandular swellings. #Bromine. enlarged indurated cervical glands. etc. Fistulous openings leading down to the glands is a specially useful indication. The swollen glands have a certain amount of plasticity rather than stony hardness.

the muriate is especially for stony hardness. Enlargements of glands with little or no pain. possibly the 200th may do the same. which are firm and hard. #Calcarea carbonica.#Conium. swollen glands after burns. crawling sensation in the urethra. The glandular swellings of **Mercurius are not especially sensitive and are apt to appear whenever the patient takes cold. **Baryta muriate and iodide have a special power over the absorbents. it is useful for the beginning of scirrhus and especially is it indicated after injuries to glands . Debilitated subjects with marked tendency to induration. Induration of the glands of the throat and neck. and it is especially useful after **Sulphur. but the 30th I know will do it. [Acon] Corresponds to the acute stage where the urine is hot and burning. #Aconite. Adenoma. **Hepar suits the stage of suppuration. [calc] Scrofulous enlargements of the lymphatic glands of the neck and axilla. [Merc] This remedy follows Belladonna well. and it is the first specific in scrofulous subjects where the swelling in the parotid and submaxillary glands develops rapidly with great pain. =GONORRHOEA. where stony hardness is present. buboes and enlarged glands after the abuse of mercury. sub-maxillary and subcutaneous glands are effected and the patient is of the typical Sulphur **temperament. It will absorb hard glandular tumors. #Mercurius. extending to cellular tissue. axillary. **Silicea and Apis are both credited with cures of cystic goitre. It is more useful in these disorders used in the higher potencies. but not confined to any special region. the inguinal. [Sulph] The great remedy for scrofulous glandular enlargements. positive and marvelous power over certain glandular enlargements. meatus . growths that can be outlined and felt. #Sulphur. In this stage it is very efficacious in allaying the first symptoms of inflammation and discharge such as dryness. painless or sharp knife-like pains especially of mammary glands. [Con] In the 30th potency this remedy has a distinct. Helmuth has seen adenoma disappear after this remedy. scanty and passed with difficulty. The remedy has also been used successfully in goitre.

The writer has successfully used **Aconitine in the inflammatory stages of urethritis. The dose here has a great deal to do with the homoeopathicity of the treatment.red and swollen and the mentally anxiety often present in this disease. the great burning and tenderness on urinating. Berjeau considered this remedy valueless in gonorrhoea. It comes in after **Aconite when the disease has localized itself as is shown in the patient discharge. **Gelsemium is another remedy to be used in the beginning or the inflammatory stage of gonorrhoea. Therefore as the remedy in the tincture has produced symptoms similar to urethritis. it will be found to greatly modify the pain and discharge. The glans penis is dark red and swollen chordee is most likely present and what is still more painful. though there is much difference of opinion as to its real value. **Cannabis Indica is a most useful remedy where the chordee is marked and there are painful erections and priapism. . [Cann-s] This is the favorite remedy of the homoeopathic school. but the homoeopathic action. Formerly it was the custom to prescribe the remedy in the tincture . The discharge has as yet no color. It is also a useful remedy in epididymitis and gonorrhoeal rheumatism. Given in these doses when properly indicated. It is almost the opposite of *Aconite. Frost recommends this remedy in the 3 to 6 potencies and many others have verified the correctness of his observation. #Cannabis sativa. With this remedy there is great urethral soreness burning along the urethra and slight discharge. it not being the physiological action of the remedy that we seek. but later authorities have found it to be a most useful and important remedy when properly prescribed. Useful in cases where there is a sudden desire to urinate and the pain is referable to the root of the penis. to get a curative effect it must be given in a much smaller dose. It is also a most useful remedy in chordee. There is intense itching in the urethra as if it must be rubbed. and it will be found that those who condemn the remedy and become disgusted with the homoeopathic treatment of gonorrhoea are those who do not treat the disease homoeopathically. It must be borne in mind that cases requiring this remedy have less profuse discharge than those requiring **Argentum nitricum. a spasmodic contraction of the sphincter vesicae on urinating. but cannot recommend it as being superior to **Aconite. **Atropine 6X has been recommended as one of the best remedies for the acute symptoms of gonorrhoeal urthritis. **Petroselinum. An extensive experience has convinced the writer that the homoeopathic remedy in the initial stage of gonorrhoea is far more potent as a modifying and curative measure than a chase after the gonococci with alleged germicidal injections.

with fine stinging pains in the meatus urinarius. If the trouble be accompanied by nettle rash the remedy is well indicated. #Copaiba.#Pulsatilla. Gonorrhoea in fat persons who are indolent and lax in fibre. the pains are burning and excoriating . It is a most useful remedy for inflammatory symptoms such as chordee. inflamed prostate and violet smelling urine are also symptoms of **Cubeba. no better or more efficient remedy than **Mercurius solubilis. purulent. It is valuable remedy when the discharge becomes suppressed and orchitis results. the discharge is green and purulent. worse at night . Discharge yellowish. soreness and swelling of the urethra and sexual dreams with emissions. but with a thick muco-purulent discharge which is yellow or yellowish green. phymosis and inflamed prepuce. [Thuj] This is a most valuable remedy in lingering cases with prostatic complications. ropy discharge. **Mercurius corrsivus is similar here. corrosive and milky. the meatus is red and there is violent tenesmus of the bladder. Here the trouble becomes complicated with orchitis or rheumatism. #Thuja. Violent and persistent tenesmus is a keynote. There is some pain in the loins going from side to side. great dysuria. It is our best remedy when the disease has been sent to the bladder by injections. [Canth] Intense sexual excitement marks this remedy. [Puls] Ripe gonorrhoeas without much pain. here it will often establish the flow and reduce the swelling of the testicle. the patient urinates every ten or fifteen minutes. the discharge is purulent and especially bloody. This remedy has thick yellow purulent discharge. constant desire to urinate. and in cases of continued or oft repeated attacks of gonorrhoea. Cutting and constricting after urination. and there . #Mercurius. Smarting tenesmus. **Argentum nitricum. Haematuria. [Merc] Bayes states that for the first stage of an uncomplicated gonorrhoea there is no better simile. and the urine smells of violets. #Cantharis. or in cases of gonorrhoea suppressed by injections. It is also useful for chordee when the urethra seems drawn up into knots worse at night. **Cubeba. and especially paraphymosis. The discharge is greenish. **Capsicum. call for **Pulsatilla. an intense irritation with persistent erections which prevent urination. [Cop] Burning in the neck of the bladder and urethra.

**Chininum arsenicosum has also been highly praised in hay fever. There is with this remedy a constant desire to urinate and the urine scalds. There is much sneezing from irritation in the nose. claiming that when used the disease never reaches a high degree of violence. but still the nose is stuffed up. here again the patient must be prescribed for. Kafka recommends it at once. such as burning and smarting during urination and phymosis which might lead to its use. there is also a thin greenish discharge. by absence of sexual desire and a yellow purulent discharge. excessive sneezing and fluent coryza with a thin acrid discharge are its indications. though the remedy has some local symptoms. glandular enlargements. **Tussilago has a brilliant clinical record in gonorrhoea. #Sepia. [Ambr] . Burning in the urethra. it is marked. **Arsenicum iodatum is mentioned by Hale as a prophylactic and the nearest specific. **Digitalis. using the 3X or 4X potencies. no discharge. in **contra-distinction to Cantharis. Blackley highly lauds this remedy in the asthmatic breathing of hay fever. #Sulphur. worse afternoon and evening. but not a particle of relief therefrom. the 2X is recommended. =HAY FEVER. the membrane of the nose is hot and dry. Malaria cachexia. etc. **Sinapis nigra has been used successfully in hay fever.are apt to be fig warts or condylomata showing the sycotic dyscrasia to which **Thuja is particularly applicable. **Natrum sulphuricum is also remedy for sycosis. This remedy will generally have to be used in cases of a scrofulous or psoric taint. Also of use after the acute symptoms have subsided . **Agnus castus. #Arsenicum. condylomata . #Ambrosia artemisiaefolia. [Sep] Hughes finds this remedy the best one for gonorrhoea in women after the acute symptoms have subsided. Dr. it has a thin watery discharge from the nose which excoriates the upper lip. [Ars] Many symptoms of this remedy corresponds to hay fever . the coryza is worse after midnight or from a change of weather. purulent bright yellow discharge and inflammation of the glans penis. and Raue finds it very frequently indicated. but there are no characteristic indications. burning in the nose and throat.

[Sabd] Of great use in hay fever with watery discharge." Its indications seem to be excoriating lachrymation and coryza. **Silicea has itching and tingling in the nose and posteriorly at orifice of Eustachian . but the more frequently in the asthmatic stage where the chest symptoms will indicate. the lachrymation is profuse and the coryza is acrid. **Kali iodatum. **Aralia racemosa has been recommended but on somewhat insufficient testimony. hoarseness and muscular soreness. Millspaugh reports the cure of several cases. [Ran-b] Among the less frequently used remedies is Ranunculus. N. Dickie claims results little short of miraculous with this remedy. It would probably be inefficacious in cases arising from the pollen of the golden rod and daisy. profuse coryza and frontal pains. Perry Dickie obtained brilliant results with this remedy. of Utica.Y. with tingling and crawling within its cavity. craving for salt may be an indicating symptom. #Naphthalin. **Ipecac. There is no special indications. it suits periodic coryzas. provings have developed the characteristic symptoms of hay fever. It should be used to this end in the higher potencies. pressure at the root. the sneezing is incessant. **Sanguinaria nitrate is also valuable and by some is considered first on the list. The writer has used the remedy as a prophylactic with success in those cases appearing at the time of the blooming of the ragweed and has prescribed it with marked benefit in cases unquestionably due to the ragweed irritation. " crying colds ". Sometimes useful in the sneezing stage. Dr. likewise **Benzoic acid. and he claims also prophylactic power from its use in the 3x or 2x triturations.and that better results are obtained from it than from any other drug.. There is spasmodic and continual sneezing with only slight catarrhal discharge. and especially is it useful in those experiencing asthmatic symptoms. #Sabadilla. it is more pronounced in its action on the left side. Laird. **Natrum muriaticum. [Naph] Lippincott claims this remedy to be applicable to more cases of hay fever. says: " It almost never fails. but it will not always cure permanently as it is not deep action enough. it has smarting in the eyes. It will often cut short an attack. **Sanguinaria has frequent sneezing and is worse on the right side. swelling of eyelids and nose. Dr. Sneezing. Hay fever from suppressed intermittents. A large number of observer bear out this idea. #Ranunculus bulbosus.This is the common ragweed and is useful in some cases of hay fever.

headache from digestive troubles. **Mercurius protoiodide is very often suitable to the conditions that predispose to hay fever. coffee. and the cornea is glassy. **Belladonna has also a symptom common to **Nux vomica and **Bryonia. Hay fever with terrific pain over root of nose. does not have such a lasting effect as **Belladonna. and it has the explosive bursting characteristic of nitro-glycerine. says Clarke. and . dilated pupils accompany. must sit up. **Throbbing is the great keynote. Its curative action is rapid. **Glonoine is the only remedy having throbbing as characteristic as **Belladonna. but violent shooting pains in the head.tubes. **Chromico-Kali sulphuricum 3X has been used successfully in this disease by a number of our European confreres. [Bell] **Belladonna is the first remedy that comes to mind in headache. will cure a large number of cases where there is great sensitiveness to cold. The location of the ache is mostly in the frontal region or right side. [Nux-v] It is quite safe to assert that **Nux vomica is more often indicated in headache than any other remedy. **Arum triphyllum. The headaches of **Belladonna are usually worse in the afternoon. flushed face. a feeling as if the head would burst. with violent sneezing and excoriating discharge. a draft of air. the whites of eyes are red. are scarcely less characteristic. Psoric or neuroarthritic soil indicates the remedy completely. it is more relieved by motion. namely. nor can he bear light. but here it is due to anaemia. =HEADACHE. profuse acrid watery discharges. this last is most characteristic. =Belladonna. **Pothos foetida and **Cyclamen have excessive attacks of sneezing. The patient cannot lie down." tobbacco. the face is not so deeply flushed. constipation. it has the feeling of a tight band across the forehead. The face is puffed and red. however. thus. also Rosa Damascena. the morning "big head. noise or jarring. all of which will serve to distinguish the two remedies. Nose stuffed up. **Glonoine. its symptoms are clear and sharply defined. and moving eyes aggravates. this is presumably due in the main to the cause of headache calling for **Nux vomica. Itching of the nose and eyes. driving the patient almost wild. nose and throat raw with frequent sneezing. **Psorinum 30. **Cinchona also has throbbing. we have the headache from the excessive use of alcohol. #Nux vomica. and there is aggravation from bending the head backwards. **Allium cepa.

In general. What relieves the **Nux vomica headache is not so clear. Noise and light are unbearable. Kopp holds this remedy without a rival in frontal headaches. flushed face and cold feet. #Sanguinaria. It is apt to being in the morning with giddiness on first rising. It suits the gouty and hamorrhoidal. **Belladonna may easily be differentiated by the following points: It has hot head.and it will often cure after other remedies have failed. There are some modalities of the **Nux vomica headache that should be carefully noted. for instance: Stooping and coughing aggravate the headache. nothing relieves the **Nux vomica headache . Headaches of high livers call for **Nux. but these conditions are rare ones calling for the drug. and the symptoms in brief are these: The pain begins in the morning and in the occiput. bursting feeling of the head following a debauch is most characteristic of **Nux vomica. It is especially suitable to women who menstruate too freely. and last all day until night. The dull. and sleep relieves. wooden. it comes up over the head and settles in the right eye. The complexion looks muddy and the whites of the eyes are yellow. [Sang] Genuine sick headache calls for this drug. The pain increases in severity until there is vomiting of food and bile. or else in the occiput. certain headaches calling for **Nux will be better by wrapping the head up warm and by rest. The ache is situated over one or the other eye.specially auto-"intoxination" and hepatic insufficiency. These are all common causes of the **Nux vomica headache. **Belladonna by being propped up in bed. A headache "all over the head" is also characteristic of **Nux. and the urine is scanty and high colored. and is accompanied with sour taste or perhaps nausea and violent retching. **Ptelea trifoliata. The **Sanguinaria headache is relieved by lying down. usually the left. The pain will be so intense at times that the patient will frantically bore her headache into the pillow for relief. more throbbing. This is a characteristic point in those headache due to alcoholic excesses. and the pain coming up from the occiput is not so marked as under **Sanguinaria. and **Sanguinaria is more useful in the gastric form of headache. then oftentimes the ache is relieved . it is worse in the morning. as this point will sometimes aid greatly in making a selection. There may be also profuse micturition with **Sanguinaria relieving the . which makes up four-fifths of all migraines. Dr. Jousset recommends the 12X or 30X between attacks. but it will often disappear by rising and being about for a few hours. moving the eyes and motion in general makes the head feel worse.

or blurring of vision. and it is especially a remedy for gastric or bilious headaches. usually in one side at a time. The pains are throbbing or sharp. cold air and coughing. scholars.. here we have dull aching extending down back of neck or over on one side. which are dull and dragging. in whom a relief of the strain of the preceding six days produces the headache. and especially is it a remedy for headaches due to eye strain. **Chinanthus. Especially characteristic is vomiting of matters so sour that the teeth are set on edge. generally the left. **Paullinia ia also a useful remedy in sick headaches involving the whole head. pain in liver and cramps in abdomen. Sick headache. etc. but that form which occurs in teachers. Ignatia and in a less degree under some other drugs. The dental nerves are frequently affected. the patient is dull and apathetic. which is apt to be copious. and there is great soreness in the eye when moving them. not. pain in forehead over eyes. being similar here to **Gelsemium and Kali bichromicum. comes up over the head settles in the eye as in **Sanguinaria. In sick headache with continuous nausea it is one of our most useful remedies. The pains are mostly located over the eyes in the supra-orbital ridges. vomiting of bitter. in that form which sometimes occur as a convenient excuse for non-church attendance (which is incurable). . #Iris versicolor. When headaches are produced by eating sweet things Iris is probably the remedy. as we find under **Gelsemium. there is a strained stiff sensation in the corresponding eye. eyeballs painful. Occipital headaches. mostly the right. bitter or sour. however. [Gels] **Gelsemium is another remedy which has a headache commencing with blindness. and when at their acme vomiting occurs. even vomiting. moderate exercise in the open air relieves. This blurring of the sight may be preceded by drowsiness and the head begins to ache as soon as the blurring disappears. There is a feeling as if a band were about the head. **Onosmodium is another. and if indicated closely by the above symptoms it will not fail. often find their remedy in **Gelsemium. Cocculus is another remedy for these conditions. professors. It will frequently cure habitual headaches. The ache under **Gelsemium commences in the occiput or nape of the neck. green-looking matter.headache. The headache of Iris is aggravated by violent motion. #Gelsemium. with nausea. It is useful remedy for Sunday headache. [Iris] The **Iris headache characteristically commences with a partial blindness.

and it is a most excellent one. The headache of Cocculus in general are worse from mental effort. the pain settles in a small spot. and its left side preference. and are better indoors and during rest. Another is a tendency to constant headache. [Sep] This remedy holds about the same relation to the left side of the head that **Sanguinaria does to the right side. saying that three doses will usually relieve. and **Gelsemium will be easily recognized. [Cimic] This is another remedy for the neuralgic form of headache." **Kali bichromicum has a headache commencing with blindness. It also suits "tobacco headaches. The pure neuralgic character of the pain. A peculiar symptom of **Cocculus is the sensation as if the occiput were opening and shutting. Henser. There is first a sensation as if the top . stooping and change of weather also make the pain worse. aggravate the pain. Noises and jarring of the bed. December. it has also pain in left orbit and frontal protuberlance. should lead to the remedy. settle over the left eye. There is often a sensation as if the head were open along the vertex. as under **Belladonna. reaching the acme at noon and subsiding at sunset. beginning in the morning. then the blindness disappears. squinting and dim sight.and they are apt to follow the course of the sun. and that the headaches are accompanied with visual troubles. such as double vision. and it is intense and nearly always associated with vertigo there is constant nausea. The pains are neuralgic in character. This is also one of the most characteristic symptoms of **Cannabis. #Cimicifuga. 1887. and it has some valuable symptoms. and dizziness may accompany. recommends **Gelsemium 30 in nervous headaches. [Cocc] Another remedy for occipital headache is **Cocculus. the symptoms are these: the ache occurs in the lower part of the occiput and extends to the nape. Remember the copious urination which relieves the headache. in the Allgemeine Homoeopatische Zeitung. Among the causes of headache calling for **Cocculus may be mentioned riding in the cars and a carriage. **Gelsemium headaches are also relieved by sleep. is very intense. #Cocculus. It corresponds to headache of students and those exhausted by fatigue. #Spigelia.Dr. A characteristic of **Gelsemium is a sensation of a band around the head just above the ears. and there is a constant tendency to stretch the head backwards.

The pains under **Argentum nitricum increase to such a degree that the patient seems as if she would lose her senses. but the pains increase gradually to their greatest intensity and then decline. and there may be the symptoms of a sharp pain extending from the occiput to the frontal region. which relieves somewhat. **Sepia. nail-like pains. **Ignatia and Coffea also have these sharp. Noise. [Arg-n] A characteristic of this drug is that the head seems enormously large. This is most similar to **Silicea. the pains coming up from the back of the head. but one not very often used. but gets flushed as the pain becomes intense. there is a tendency to bend the head forward. The headache of **Silicea like that of **Ignatia and **Gelsemium is relieved by copious urination. but pressure rather than warmth relieves. motion and jarring aggravate. It corresponds to the left eye and the left temple and the pain extends backward #Silicea. here we have relief from pressure. The face is pale at the commencement of the headache. An additional indication for **Silicea is an extreme sensitiveness of the scalp. . **Thuja has a sensation as if a nail were driven into the frontal eminence. [Sil] **Silicea is a very useful remedy in headache. It is supra-orbital and worse over the right eye. it being the pressure that relieves. body is chilly. Warmth relieves. Migraine. When a patient with a headache has her head tied up with a towel or handkerchief it will probably indicate one of two remedies. which has existed for years in women with profuse leucorrhoea is often cured by **Sepia. and on going upstairs there is a sensation of a heavy weight on the vertex. When there is a feeling as if the patient would go crazy it is especially indicated. **Argentum nitricum if the head be tied up tightly. as if a bolt were driven through the head. shooting to the top of the head. The brain seems to move in waves. lancinating pains in and over the eyes. There is much boring pain in the left frontal eminence. #Argentum nitricum. and **Silicea if the head is tied up simply to keep it warm. There are sharp. The headache of **Silicea nervous and caused by excessive mental exertion. **Strontium carbonicum.of the head would fly off. Headaches which are reflex or dependent on some uterine irritation are met by this remedy. Tying the head up tightly relieves the headache of this drug. **Menyanthes is similar in some respects to Silicea . Many of the pains begin in the occiput and shoot down the spine.

profuse urination relieving. It has also as before stated the ***clavus hystericus. The eyes are bloodshot and the headache tends to recur every afternoon. is an excellent remedy for certain headache in school girls during menses. Especially is this noticed in the nose. The little hammer sensation is also found under **Psorinum. It comes on in the morning. **Natrum muriaticum. Constant desire to expectorate with a viscid saliva. #Melilotus alba. leaving a stiffness of the nape of the neck. Headache in school children and especially in those who are maturing and anaemic. Pains relieved by rest and lying down. it seems as if the brain would burst through the forehead. excitement. **Ignatia suits highly nervous and sensitive temperaments and those whose nervous system has given away to anxiety. are speedily benefited by the remedy. Headaches brought on by over-exertion. headache on top of head. and it is especially suitable to rheumatic cases. an undulating sensation in the brain. grief or mental worry. as well as **Calcarea phosphorica. The headache generally centers around the region of the ear and runs up to the parietal bone or occiput. etc. #Natrum muriaticum. This drug will often take the place of headache powders and relieve quite as promptly and more safely. Pain worse on left side pressing on temple. Sometimes the headache culminates in nosebleed. due to sexual irritation.M.**Epiphegus. Congestive headaches. [Meli] A remedy often overlooked in the treatment of congestive forms of headache is **Melilotus. is worse about 10 A. worse from moving the head or eyeballs. which relieves. the bursting sensation is characteristic. It seems to produce engorgement of the erectile tissues everywhere. as we found under **Iris and **Gelsemium. There is with this drug. A malarial basis for a headache will sometimes suggest this remedy. [Nat-m] The headache of **Natrum muriaticum is as if there were little hammers beatings in the skull. and is preceded by partial blindness. With this remedy there is a sensation of bursting. the pains are intense and throbbing and almost drive the patient frantic. it is seldom indicated in sick headache. **Calcarea phosphorica. shopping. . **Bryonia has a splitting headache. which reminds of **Cimicifuga.

[Asaf] One of the characterizing feature of hysteria is the globus hystericus. but it really is 'I cannot will. Fear and grief are prominent symptoms of the hysteria of **Ignatia. or there may be severe spasms with clenched hands and blue face greatly resembling those of **Cuprum.' 'I will not'. Briefly. **Asafoetida has this symptom very prominently. pale urine and this oftentimes relieves the headache. hysterial point about **Ignatia is the numerous contradictory items found in its pathogenesis. the **Ignatia patient is very much like what Sir James Paget described hysteria to be. for the more the patient coughs the more he wants to cough. In **Ignatia there is an emission of a profuse.=HYSTERIA. as if a nail were being driven into the top of the head. spasmodic laughter which oftentimes ends in screaming. the cough is even contradictory. It seems with this drug to be a sort of reversed peristalsis and it is especially the remedy if the nervous symptoms be in any way due to the checking of habitual discharges. there may be only a slight convulsive movement about the throat in drinking . [Ign] **Ignatia is the great homoeopathic remedy for **Lagrande nevrose. The convulsive symptoms of **Ignatia are as varied as the moods of the drug. Owing to this the symptom is found that this ball-like sensation above . In fact. Another important symptom of Asafoetida is the accumulation of flatus in the abdomen. its symptoms are great sensitiveness to external impressions. the ***globus hystericus is present and so is the **clavus hystericus which shows itself as a sharp pain. and it is only stopped by an effort of the will. fever without thirst and chilliness relieved by uncovering . the face flushes on the slightest emotion. it is a long suffering grief and the patient is aggravated by the constant nursing of it. There are present in the **Ignatia patient flatulent conditions and contortion of the muscles. The return to consciousness is always accompanied by a sigh and a deep inspiration. soreness of the teeth better by eating. but **Ignatia and **Asafoetida have it the most prominent. or the sensation of a ball in the throat. it passes upwards and causes oppressed breathing. #Ignatia. Both **Thuja and Coffea have the same pain in the occiput. The **globus hystericus is found under a number of drugs. Thus we have headache relieved by stooping. namely: "It says 'I cannot. sore throat better from swallowing. Patients laugh and cry alternatively. one may say. In its provings it is a hysterical remedy. #Asafoetida. **Thuja has the same pain in the frontal eminence. Another interesting and.' " Richet says all mediums are chosen among the "grandes hysteriques.

Hysterical colic is. Oftentimes the fainting and loss of consciousness will apparently be due to the pressure of gas on the solar plexus of the sympathetic. and this gulping adds to the difficulty in breathing. Hughes says no remedy is as good as **Moschus for this condition. A mental condition of **Moschus is a tendency to scold and the patient scolds himself into a fit. **Palladium is another remedy for strong language and scolding. **globus hystericus. Ignatia or Nux moschata. therefore. Sexual desire is increased and symptoms of **Nymphomania or Satyriasis may be present. #Moschus. headache and flatulent symptoms. the unconsciousness or frequent swooning will point to **Moschus. **Asafoetida may be indicated . the globus hystericus. profuse pale urine. well met by **Asafoetida. The entire system is over-sensitive. and it is naturally made worse by overeating and by motion. Uncontrollable laughter is also a symptom of **Moschus. Predominance of the throat symptoms should lead one to think always of **Asafoetida. J. foam at the mouth and be chilly. and this remedy also presents a long line of nervous symptoms. as if everything would come out of the mouth. Another remedy of an animal origin similar to **Moschus is **Castoreum. To sum up. There is a great deal of restlessness and anxiety with Asafoetida and a changeable mental condition. It is a bursting feeling. but in most cases **Moschus will be the simillimum. The stimulation of tetanic spasms. It suits in many instances the symptoms which precede hysteria such as an irritable weakness. She may even turn blue in the face. [Mosch] ***Fainting is the great keynote of **Moschus. When hysterical attacks are found with fainting. Heber Smith termed it an indispensable remedy in hysteria. Hysterical attacks or hiccough may be met by **Moschus. **Moschus is indicated by the fainting. and in the loud eructations in nervous hysterical people it is said to be our best remedy. relieved by eructations. and Dr. violent eructations of gas occur in these cases and relieve.referred to. too. With Asafoetida the patient swallows continually to keep the lump down. Those who are on the borderland of hysteria may be benefited . **Moschus. also the alternate moods of joyfulness and sadness. **Cocculus. It is especially the remedy for the paroxysm. has a profuse discharge of pale urine. Hysterical convulsions due to suppression of discharges will often indicate **Asafoetida. almost preventing breathing . **Magnesia muriatica has some of these symptoms. and by the sudden attacks of unconsciousness. The muscles jerk and twitch. Muscular twitchings are present and violent spasm or constriction of the chest. flatus collects and rises like a ball in the throat. other drugs may be indicated. starts from the stomach and rises to the throat . by the suffocative attacks by the crying and laughing.

The most prominent symptom of the drug. [Tarent] Among the animal remedies -. by the way. which. the paroxysms are apt to be feigned.the spider poisons stand first in the production of symptoms simulating hysteria. This remedy is useful in hysteria. the ovaries are sensitive. and the patient has immoderate attacks of uncontrollable laughter. perhaps by the fact that music soothes. **Theridion and **Mygale are two of the spider poisons which may be found useful in hysterical conditions. and the chorea-like twitchings will suggest **Mygale.by **Castoreum. #Tarentula. the patient is compelled to keep continually on the move. thinks always of **Zincum valerianate. the spine is sensitive. [Plat] **Platinum has an altogether different form of hysteria than of the animal poisons. as an English girl put it: " She walks about with the h'air of h'an h'empress. **Platinum may be easily distinguished from **Ignatia by the mental condition above referred to." Self-esteem is prominent. there is apt to be titillation. and it is quickly and easily characterized by its ***haughty mental codition. One might say. in fact. the great predominating sensitiveness to noise will call **Theridion to mind. **Ignatia is decidedly undemonstrative.and they are all great produces of nervous symptoms -. the patient is morose and discontented. #Platinum. The extreme . even nymphomania. For great fidgetiness of the feet. Perhaps the most marked of these is the **Tarentula Hispana. and has a disposition to weep. oftentimes the condition borders on the maniacal. It has been found useful in hystero-epilepsy. There are also paroxysms of laughter. is restlessness and trembling of the limbs. Melancholic conditions are also found under Platinum. which are very loud and boisterous. is quite a rare affection. It is a common symptom in hysterical condition where chronic uterine disease is present. however. and she looks down on every one. and there is apt to be nymphomania. it is our best remedy for this condition. The genital organs are very sensitive. but the Spanish spider. No other drug in the Materia Medica has this symptom as prominent as **Platinum. which is the carbuncle remedy. Hysterical spasms will call for **Platinum when caused by nervous excitement. There is excessive hyperaesthesia. **Tarentula will be easily recognized by the constant motion of the extremities. there is present constriction of the oesophagus and a suffocative feeling. by a constrictive headache. not the **Tarentual Cubensis. and by the feigned fits of uncontrollable laughter. while Platinum is absurdly supercilious. It is in these genital cases that it finds its best use.

but both these remedies lack the hysterical element of the **Nux moschata bloat. the patient is exhausted from the least effort. The proud mental condition of the drug will always distinguish it. [Nux-m] This is also one of our good remedies in hysteria. **Palladium is very similar to **Platinum. and there are many pains simulating rheumatism.nervous. and palpitation. this causes a difficulty of breathing. and talkative.the patient must keep continually on the move. With **Valeriana there is a general state of nervous excitement. It has nymphomania. As a remedy for hysteria in the homoeopathic sense it has some useful symptoms. It seems to be the remedy for the hysterical habit. #Nux moschata. and its ***dryness of the mouth. and forms one of the main props of their treatment." He recommends the 3 to 6 decimal dilutions. oppression of the chest and fainting fits. and the slightest pain causes fainting. Inclination to faint is quite common with the drug. but with more desire to uncover one's self. It has also attacks of fainting. in many respects it may be distinguished by lacking the haughtiness of **Platinum and having a tendency to be continually "slighted. but exertion causes headache. The symptoms of bloating. tremulousness. as **Camphor has no special hysterical symptoms." #Valeriana. **Hyoscyamus must be compared with **Platinum. There is a continued constant nervous tension differing from **Ignatia in that the latter is paroxysmal. He also says: " In violent hysteric attacks a drop of Rubini's **Camphor on a little lump of sugar every five or ten minutes is invaluable. lively. its ***bloating. which usually occur after eating. It is especially adapted to nervous hysterical people who change rapidly from grave to gay. **Nux moschata also has a dry. It has also the **globus hystericus. will call to mind **Lycopodium and **Carbo vegetabilis. and this together with warm sensation rising from the stomach should distinguish. Nervous agitation is its most marked symptom. [Valer] **Valeriana is a remedy largely used in the allopathic school for hysteria. the patient is apt to be joyous. there is also present fear. particularly the **globus hystericus.nervous condition makes her sleepless. A tendency to flushes of heat is often present." This is probably palliative. Bayes say: " In hysteria. There is a sensation as if something warm were rising from the stomach. but its great distinguishing features are its ***sleepiness. few medicines act more promptly. As under **Tarentula. hysterical cough. . The alternations of mood which are prominent with the remedy should not be overlooked.

There is a feeling of a lump in the throat which cannot be swallowed. dilated pupils. **Hyoscyamus has the desire to uncover and go naked. There is a rush of blood to the head during the spasmodic attacks and a wild look. It is especially the remedy in hysterical convulsions with spasms of the glottis. and weeping. however . and the general symptoms of the drug. and seeks sympathy and consolation and seems to be made better by it. hence the usefulness of that remedy in this condition. too. due perhaps to hyperaesthesia of the . There is excessive irritability of the mind and body with vascular excitement. [Bell] **Belladonna may be a remedy in hysteria when there is much boisterous excitement. The open air. also fear and apprehension . Fainting fits are common. and little reliance can be placed on it as a guide to the remedy. **Sulphur has copious discharge of watery urine at the termination of her spasms. is clumsy. The rigid os so characteristic of **Gelsemium is usually found in hysterical women who suffer from great nervous excitement. while the **Pulsatilla patient gushes out her grief anywhere. is a common hysterical symptom. This. Vesical irritability with constant desire to urinate in hysterical patients is well met by **Gelsemium. Hysterical attacks at puberty may indicate **Pulsatilla. there is a melancholia. sadness. **Sepia. of course. patient drops things. #Pulsatilla. and here we have again the profuse watery urine.#Gelsemium. [Gels] This remedy has a few marked symptoms which indicate its usefulness in hysteria. however.but the **Ignatia patient weeps in solitude. and there is apt to be suppression of menses as leading up to the nervous attacks. **Gelsemium is adapted to both male and female onanists. is a prominent remedy for hysteria associated with uterine symptoms but it is easily distinguished by the general symptoms. and the patient complains of constant chilliness. langour and **malaise are nearly always present. Like **Ignatia. something there seems to impede speech. [Puls] The hysterical symptoms of **Pulsatilla are quite prominent. relieves the **Pulsatilla patient. **Apis has hysteria at puberty. semi-stupor with langour and prostration. #Belladonna. Great numbness of the extremities. Menses are scanty. There is a constant change in the feelings and symptoms of the patient. and there is a copious flow of pale nervous urine . red flushed face. It has a constriction in the throat. and corresponds especially to the hysteria of the later class. with amenorrhoea and awkwardness.

crying without reason. An extensive experience with this remedy in the great Epidemic of 1918 proved its usefulness. the silly laughter and the muscular jerkings. hysteria and dysmenorrhoea. hyperaesthesia and faintness. #Other remedies. **Sticta. and great torpor and apathy. are present. or passions in highly nervous and excitable patients. [Gels] This remedy corresponds to the commencement of the trouble.skin. #Gelsemium. **Cactus has a few hysterical symptoms. whole body feels caged in wires. and **Cannabis Indica. **Kali phosphoricum may be borne in mind for these symptoms: Nervous dread without any cause.with unconsciouness. " says Hale. looks on the dark side of everything. It is called for in attacks from sudden or intense emotions. There are paroxysms of sneezing with excoriating discharge. has been found clinically to be one of our good remedies in hysteria.. Simple cases were speedily cured. and the cough is hard and painful. one contradicting the other . fidgetiness and trembling.but the drug will never ." Isolated symptoms may call for isolated remedies . consolation aggravates. **Agnus castus may come in where there is lasciviousness. etc. and **Stramonium may have its turn when the patient is full of absurd fancies. sighs and is despondent. the **globus hystericus is present. It removes speedily the intense aching and muscular soreness. fear of death . the fever is less acute than that of **Aconite. when the patient is weak. as sadness. love of solitude. **Arsenicum. hysteria after loss of blood. Abdomen tympanitic and sensitive to slightest pressure. **Aconite will sometimes prove the better remedy for children. tired and aches throughout the body. " is more closely allied to the hysterical malady than any drug in our Materia Medica. one of the tissue remedies. where two wills. =INFLUENZA. loquacity. #Kali phosphoricum. and more can be done by treating hysteria and its manifold phases homoeopathically than by all the nervines known. " This remedy . there are fits of crying and laughter and yawning. There may be spasms. There is constant chilliness and the patient hugs the fire. Those that were complicated with initial treatments by Aspirin were only those which had dangerous complications. **Cocculus. but these remedies are among the infrequent ones in the treatment of hysteria. **Anacardium. [Kali-p] This remedy.

flushes of heat and severe fluent coryza. Add to these symptoms acute bilious derangements. discharge irritating and corrosive. the sneezing is excessive. Clarke considers this remedy the nearest specific for the disease. sneezing and prostration. with great soreness of the larynx and upper respiratory tract. **Baptisia. with gooseflesh chills creeping upwards. Sneezing and lachrymation on going into the open air.be a prominent one in influenza. and as in **Drosera. The burning dryness and copious watery excoriating secretion and the involvement of the conjunctiva are unmistakable indications. #Eupatorium perfoliatum. Hughes also praises it. prostration and paroxysmal coryza. worse on lying down. It covers more phases of grippe than perhaps any other remedy. Langour and prostration are prominent symptoms. hurts the head and chest. The cough is a very shattering one. and it is all the more indicated. but its action is not quick here as in simple fevers. Hughes believes that it will cut short an attack. Many physicians rely on this remedy in la grippe almost exclusively in the early stages. Chills. it will. as we have to do with a blood affection. and it suits the early symptoms when the affection is in the upper portion of the respiratory tract. Its periodicity makes it suitable to epidemics. **Sanguinaria nitrate is especially valuable when . [Ars] This remedy corresponds to the trial form of influenza. which seem to have more extensive testimony as to their efficacy. It corresponds to true influenza and is highly recommended by Hale. The gastrointestinal form of grippe may need this remedy. #Sabadilla. Shudderings . hoarseness and cough. especially when there is a copious flow. [Sabad] Sneezing is the great keynote of this remedy. the patient holds the chest with the hands. without thirst and cough. The breakbone pains are characteristic of the remedy. Frontal headache. It suits well many cases of the catarrhal form of grippe. #Arsenicum. Still it may be prescribed when indicated. dryness of mouth. **Arsenicum iodide. The throat is swollen and the pain is worse on empty swallowing. but uses it in the 1x and 2x dilutions. shaking the whole body. are also prominent symptoms. he prefers the 30th potency . soothe and moderate the subsequent attack. are additional symptoms. This remedy has much soreness and aching of the entire body. especially when there are present putrid diarrhoea stools. other remedies having sneezing are **Cyclamen and Euphorbia. Coryza with thirst and drinking causes vomiting. perhaps.

There is much prostration and depression.has a tired.running at nose. the throat is sore and the cough hurts because of the muscular soreness. **Phytolacca." **Tuberculinum is an excellent prevention of recurring attacks of la grippe in those who have annual attacks. great watering of eyes. like both Rhus and Eupatorium. the nose runs freely. hoarseness of voice. If brought on by damp. such as burning tongue. "There is no better remedy. It is a very useful remedy for the debility following la grippe. bruised sensation all over the body and soreness in the chest when coughing. nightly expectoration. Specific when the throat is inflamed and spotty. with great hardness and tenderness of the glands. [Dulc] This is one of our best remedies in the acute form." says Dr. so much the surer is Dulcamara indicated. sore. there is sneezing. sneezing and coughing. [Stict] Nasal catarrh.the trachea and larynx are affected. racking cough of this class of patients. or at least modify the severity." #Rhus toxicodendron. the eyes are suffused. **Bryonia. cold changes in the weather. stupor and delirium. [All-c] Profuse catarrhal coryza. nightly restlessness are keynotes symptoms. irritability cough. especially when the trouble moves towards the chest. It is the great post-influenza "tonic. **Causticum. the face is swollen and looks inflamed. **Phosphorus may be indicated. frontal headache and depression of whole system. The trouble here is largely bronchial and going down. **Camphora. Tuberculous subjects attacked by grippe. Fornias. thirst. but it has in addition involuntary urination when coughing. #Dulcamara. [Rhus-t] Influenza. with severe aching in all the bones. This remedy is often sufficient at the outset to cut short an attack. **NOTE: Those who were guided during the great Epidemic by the indications given in the previous edition of this work have amply verified all of them. . Especially is it useful in cases brought on by exposure to dampness. so little change appears. #Allium cepa. #Sticta. headache."for the incessant wearing. and the patient may have some symptoms which are suspicious as pointing towards typhoid fever. The cough is worse evenings and is caused by a tickling behind the upper part of the sternum. Aching pains. as it is usually of the pure nervous type.

but it corresponds to cases where the gastro-bilious symptoms are prominent. The chill is predominant and starts with blueness of the fingernails. The paroxysms are irregular and it corresponds more to the tertian type. as there is very little. During the chill the patient sits near the fire and wraps himself up. There are no characteristic indications. rather than to quench the thirst. backache and oedema. gray complexion. if to any. redness and heat of face. with coldness of feet. that the patient may desire water. even though other parts of the body be chilly. and another condition may be an alternation of chills and heat. During the sweat. congestions. Desires heat. The precursory symptoms to the chill are nervous excitement. and accompanied by nervous symptoms proceeding from the spinal cord. it being from a desire to moisten the mouth. . and the remedy may be said to be one of the thirstless remedies in fever. though a swollen spleen does not contra-indicate the remedy. thirst during the chill and no real thirst during the heat. The chill is of short duration and it soon becomes mingled with the heat. **Carbo vegetabilis. The chill is perhaps more commonly quotidian. The apyrexia is marked with debility. During the fever the veins appear enlarged and there is congestion to the head. **Ignatia. **Eucalyptus globulus. [Nux-v] **Nux vomica is another remedy not so much indicated in inveterate cases. anxiety. A most important remedy after abuse of quinine. but no relief therefrom. icy coldness of finger tips. being of little if any use in the general malarial cachexia. [Cinch] This remedy is most suitable in epidemic and endemic form of chills and fever. however. **Menyanthes. restlessness. thirst only during chill. but a dull frontal headache and vertigo and nausea. Old cases. Warmth from stove relieves. #Cinchona. there is much thirst. loss of appetite or great hunger. **Cinchona is seldom of use in inveterate cases. gaping and yawing. Also useful in some forms. which is long and profuse. little heat and no thirst. but the warmth obtained does no good. where the liver and spleen are hypertrophied or where much quinine has been taken. there being no special thirst. **Pulsatilla.=INTERMITTENT FEVER. anaemia. Chill predominates without thirst. Long chill. There is no relief from covering or from external heat. **Lachesis. if any. disordered stomach and weakness of the limbs. scanty urine with brickdust sediment. preceded by aching of the body. coming on in the afternoon and evening . #Nux vomica. nausea and irritability. headache.

The patient knows the chill is coming on because he cannot drink enough. sleepy in the daytime and sleepless at night. the unquenchable thirst. [Eup-per] The bone pains and the vomiting as the chill passes off are the chief characteristics of this remedy. accompanied with shortness of breath. debility. The longer the disease has lasted the more likely will **Arsenicum be indicated. quick pulse and a clean tongue. perhaps. [Ars] This is one of our most important remedies. The complexion is yellowish gray and the spleen and liver are enlarged. There are gastric symptoms similar to **Ipecac. next to **Cinchona. the chill perhaps being continuous. especially of the burning heat. Hughes and Kippax. It especially corresponds to cases where there is a psoric taint. and. intense thirst. It is the sovereign remedy for the malarial cachexia. Chill prevails. one of the stages wanting the collapse of vital power and the marked prostration. and especially if fever blisters or hydroa form on the lips. heat applied relieves. it is more frequently indicated than any other. After the attack there is pallor and exhaustion. The stages are very unequal. do not consider **Arsenic as being suited to the typical forms of intermittent fever. however. The characteristics are intensity and long duration of paroxysms. Perhaps the most typical case calling for this remedy would have a chill commencing about ten o'clock in the morning. #Eupatorium perfoliatum. a small.#Arsenicum. anxiety and restlessness. The cleaner the tongue in violent paroxysms the more is it indicated. there is muscular soreness all over the body. drinking causes an aggravation . the chill commences in the small of the back and is accompanied with a . pains in the back. beginning in the back and feet with great thirst pains in the bones. [Nat-m] This is a remedy seldom of use in recent cases corresponding more to inveterate and badly treated cases. heat moderate with violent headache. this is most characteristic.headache. Such patients during the apyerxia the apyrexia are dejected and apprehensive. and perspiration wanting or excessive and debilitating and relieving the headache. **Capsicum. have a swallow complexion and white coated tongue. but rather to those types known as typo-malarial fevers. Thirst is waiting during the hot stage. it antidotes quinine and its attacks are accompanied with a high grade of gastric irritability.defined paroxysms with. Other characteristics of **Arsenicum are the illy. #Natrum muriaticum. and the chill is apt to occur on the morning of one day and in the evening of the next. it is preceded by thirst and bitter vomiting. the chill begins in the back.

. Congestion to the head is a marked symptoms. The paroxysms calling for **Eupatorium are irregular in their development. **Ipecac may prove useful. **Cedron. the aching increases and the sweat is inconsiderable or absent. No thirst. [Chin-s] This remedy has great periodicity . The chill is most marked and the fever is accompanied with the gastric symptoms. Drowsiness. marshy regions.and the agues of warm and damp. There is a bruised feeling all over and a characteristic is that the patient wants to be held during the chill to prevent his shaking. nettle rash. The characteristic time for the chill is about the middle of the day. also violent symptoms. sallow skin. or there may be a short chill and long fever. dizziness and dullness are characteristic symptoms. Chill begins in the thigh and is usually attended with a dry cough. gastric or intestinal disturbances and it suits especially malarial conditions in children. suiting especially sensitive young patients. #Chininum sulphuricum. vomiting and diarrhoea. The liver is at fault and there is a yellow tinge to the complexion. The characteristic time for the chill is prevent his shaking. a few doses will often clear the case and lead to the proper remedy. one of the most important remedies. The thirst is wanting or slight during the chill and the chill predominates. #Ipecac. Thirst is not marked. Bayes considers this pressure and weight over the forehead the surest indication for the remedy. It has been found .sense of pressure over the skull cap. during apyrexia malaise and debility. with sweat. chill towards evening with slight or violent thirst and after the sweat there is much prostration. headache. Great regularity marks this remedy. The chill runs up the back or starts from the feet. the heat is trifling and the sweat is usually missing . [Gels] This remedy has no special hepatic. It is the remedy when the case seems all mixed up. The heat is attended with red face. With the heat. [Ip] In the milder epidemics where the tertian form predominates. protracted cases. **Apis. nausea and vomiting.M. During the apyrexia there are many gastric symptoms. **Rhus. #Gelsemium. low. loathing of food. According to Wolf. It is useful in masked agues. and during the paroxysms there may be a suffocative cough and spasmodic dyspnoea. great weakness at the epigastrium and debility. nausea. It is often the remedy in the beginning of intermittents. loss of appetite. headache. chill with thirst at 3 or 4 P.

The urine is heavily charged with albumen and contains blood corpuscles. He does not see how he is get another breath.that the lower potencies act better. such as two-grain doses of the IX trituration every two hours. It may be of use in any form of Bright's disease when there are dull pains in the kidneys. Pope found **Arsenicum 3X efficient in acute nephritis. =KIDNEYS. There are oedematous swellings of the face and extremities. A valuable symptom for **Apis is the following of suffocation. Baehr. AFFECTIONS OF. there is general dropsy and suppression of urine and perhaps an eruption of the skin like a nettle rash. do not depend on the tincture or dilutions. Millard and Hale question the usefulness of **Arsenicum in kidney affections. oedema pulmonum. waxen appearance. The patient is drowsy . However. it seems a simile to the large white kidney. [Apis] **Apis is not so much a remedy for chronic Bright's disease as for the acuter forms. Albuminuria following scarlatina. **Apis in such cases acts best in trituration. paleness. back and limbs. #Arsenicum. There are attacks of dyspnoea when lying down in the evening and after midnight. in fact. apathetic and has a bruised feeling all over. pale skin. Hughes considers it a favorite with anxiety and sinking of vital forces will call for **Arsenicum. and it contains much albumen. ascites. It may come in immediately after **Aconite in many cases. progressive emaciation and debility of this disease with success. **Hepar is recommended by Kafka in Bright's disease following scarlatina. relieved by an expectoration of mucus. " Blood boils " make a special indication for this remedy. During the paroxysm a pain in the dorsal vertebrae on pressure is a good indication. bearing a closer resemblance than any other remedy. one could hardly wish for a closer correspondence. #Apis mellifica. Dr. casts are abdundant. The urine is dark. . pains in the head. [Ars] This remedy corresponds to all stages of Bright's disease. The oedema appears quickly. **Calcarea arsenica has been used in the anaemia. scanty urine and frequent Micturition. watery diarrhoea and great thirst. It comes in later in the disease where there is dropsy.

One of our reliable and most frequently indicated remedies in the early stages of renal diseases when congestion is prominent. It is recommended in post scarlatinal renal affections. Ludlam considers it our best remedy for the albuminous nephritis of pregnancy and Baehr lauds it in suppurative nephritis. [Dig] This remedy has an irritant action on the kidneys. turbid urine. Dropsy. #Terebinth. Dr.rheumatic pains will indicate it. and it comes in the later stages. when there is much pain in the back of a dull character extending along the ureters. It excites a violent nephritis. **Cantharis. There is anasarca. the urine is bloody and albuminous. feeble pulse. It has scanty. with tendency to uraemic convulsion. There is an albuminous. with much urging. emaciation. The prostration is not accompanied by the restlessness of **Arsenicum. dark. It is especially useful when the circulation is weak. of course. faintness at the stomach. [Plum] Granular degenerations of the kidneys. [Merc] This remedy corresponds to the large white kidney.and . **Glonoine has albuminous urine and will sometimes be found useful in acute and haemorrhagic nephritis. dark. #Digitalis. #Plumbum. Post scarlatinal and post diphtheric kidney diseases with dropsy may indicate **Cantharis. pale waxen color of the body. the urine is passed in drops and is mixed with blood. pulmonary catarrh with profuse expectoration are marked symptoms. **Kali chloricum. Rheumatic pains. Heart symptoms. The great characteristic of dark smoky urine will be present. give **Camphor as an antidote. This remedy is said to be the most homoeopathic of all remedies in Bright's disease. There is an expression of uneasiness of uneasiness on the face. great dyspnoea and excessive strangury. The prostration of **Terebinth lacks the restless anguish of **Arsenicum.#Mercurius corrosivus. It takes the first rank among all the mercurials for nephritis. It seems to corresponds to the contracted or cirrhotic form of nephritis. scanty and red urine. holding the same relation here that **Arsenic and **Mercury do in chronic nephritis. This remedy pictures nephritis with cutting pains in the lumbar region. sallow face. there are lumbar pains. albuminous urine containing casts. scanty . It is homoeopathic to granular degeneration. Syphilitic complication further indicate it. Royal emphasizes this remedy saying . oedema about the ankles. If renal congestions arise from Spanish fly blisters.

**Convallaria. He never used it below the 30th potency. pain in lions. It suits well fatty or waxy casts. is dark brown. or covered with an iridescent film. Interstitial nephritis in its incipiency with digestive and nervous phenomena. here it seems to occupy a place midway between **Aconite and Arsenicum. pressure and burning in the stomach. irritability and vertigo.and in general anasarca and ascites from mitral insufficiency. **Cuprum is a valuable remedy for uraemic eclampsia. is giddy. particularly in the forehead. a mist before the eye. and inability to lie on the left side is a prominent symptom in these cases. forgetful and has a heavy headache . [Phos] **Phosphorus produces as marked a nephritis as any drug. want of appetite. Palliative in dropsical conditions where the urine is scanty. a sickly oedema of the face. #Belladonna. the characteristic symptoms are: lassitude of the whole body.that it arrested the progress in many cases and permanently cured not few for him. hypochondriasis. there is oedema of the upper eyelids. especially in the evening. It affords relief when there is extreme rapid and irregular action of the heart. Incipient stage of post scarlatinal nephritis. A small dose of **Phosphorus will act much safer and better in eclampsia than a large dose of **Morphine. **Apocynum. **Aconite. **Belladonna is of the greatest service in inflammation of the kidneys with piercing burning pains in the lumbar region. hands and feet icy cold. . sleepiness. The patient is indisposed to work. Nephritis from heart disorders. It is one of the most important remedies in Bright's disease. Pulmonary complications will call for **Phosphorus. Morbus Brightii from gout. The fatigue is greatest in the morning. Vomiting and gastric symptoms are usually present. and a light colored painless diarrhoea which is very weakening. suppurations or syphilis. Also useful for comma and convulsions in the nephritis of pregnancy. #Phosphorus. [Bell] Simple albuminuria. scanty urine without blood. returning periodically with increased severity. **Cuprum arsenicum is also useful in uraemic conditions and is praised highly by Goodno. and there is heat in the body without thirst. scanty and albuminous . a yellowish fray complexion. **Aurum muriaticum.

hence no dilation of the os. feels hard and rigid. exhausting the patient so that she can hardly speak. it facilitates dilatation and uternie rhythm. A sheet anchor in phlebitis whether septic or not. she agonizes because of the violence of the suffering. and it is particularly suitable to nervous women where the pains are intolerable. [Bell] No remedy equals **Belladonna for common spasm of the os. seeming to double the patient up and so severe as to cause fainting. The pain go upward to back or chest and are useless. #Cimicifuga. also **Caulophyllum. False labor pains. Pains unbearable. but ineffectual . groin and lower extremities. Pains in the abdominal walls during the early months of pregnancy. It is also useful for severe after pains. owing to the spasmodic condition of the os. There is a dry. George Royal cautions against indiscriminate use of this remedy as causing tedious labors. " uterine rheumatism. There is complete muscular atony. use of forceps and lacerations. There is present . **Aconite. they are sharp and crampy and appear in the bladder. tender. here acting as a prophyactic. " It facilitates labor if taken previously. this remedy will be found most useful. [Cimic] In threatened miscarriage or labor when the pains fly across the abdomen from side to side. yet doing no good. the patient dreading death from labor. Spasmodic pains fly about from place to place. #Gelsemium. violent and frequent associated with restlessness and anxiety. **Hamamelis applied locally in such conditions is also a useful adjunct. here it is almost specific. Use the 30th potency here. #Belladonna. they are violent. undilatable genital tract. There is painfulness of the cervix upon examination and the remedy allays muscular suffering. [Gels] A very useful remedy after labor has been in progress for hours and the os dilates tardily. Extreme uterine atony with no expulsive effort. Dr. #Caulophyllum. This remedy may be used with great benefit in women who have habitually painful labors. The os does not dilate properly. the uterus does not contract at all. The labor pains come and go suddenly. [Caul] Intermittency of pains and tediousness is characteristic of this remedy.=LABOR. The face gets red and the heart throbs with every pain. False labor pains during the last weeks of pregnancy . Marked **heat calls for **Belladonna.

light and jarring of the bed. The **Nux temperament will be present when the remedy is well indicated. [Puls]. It is one of our most useful remedies in the lying in chamber. She is decidely snappish. and there is great nervous excitement. Fainting during the pains. #Causticum. hour glass contractions in feeble cachectic women. and the patient will be oversensitive. There is hoarseness with rawness and . strung up. Retained placenta may also need Pulsatilla. weak. The patient feels as if smothering and must have the windows open.also great hypersensitiveness . Also to be thought of in nervous sensitive patients who cannot bear pains. not so much from pressure. small and suppressed pulse may accompany the pains. intolerant of odors and constipated. It has dryness of the larynx and sensitiveness extending to the chest. The **Chamomilla patient is nervous. There is great fatigue of the uterus. she will be cross and declare that she will not stand the pain. a bruised soreness. #Nux vomica. #Chamomilla. There is apt to be also much retching. **Arnica has severe pains. [Cham] The pains begin in the back and pass down the inner part of the thighs. Scanty lochia. Preliminary or premature pains beginning in the back and following the sacral and ischiatic plexuses down the thighs. #Pulsatilla. The after pains are severe and the lochial flow is dark. often scanty and sometimes suppressed. The labor seems particularly painful. [Caust] Hughes says that there is no better remedy in catarrhal aphonia than **Causticum. **Kali carbonicum. hyperaesthetic about examinations and so satisfactory ones are prevented. Slow. Prolonged and ineffectual labor pains. **Secale. the patient is sensitive to noise. It will often restore recreant pains as surely as ergot. Severe after pains. =LARYNGEAL AFFECTIONS. ineffectual pains which are spasmodic and irregular and excite fainting. violent spasmodic pains with cramps in the lower limbs. the pains are violent and to little purpose. but not efficacious. [Nux-v] Labor pains spasmodic and severe and accompanied with constant inclination to stool and to urinate. Fainting fits. but from a reflex cause. The pains are severe. **Coffea. **Cuprum.

talking is painful and the voice is husky and hoarse. [Hep] Laryngitis in children after exposure to dry. is the only remedy needed. there is fever. he says that it enables singers to control the voice in its entire compass when suffering from hoarseness. Ivins claims that **Ferrum phosphoricum. [Phos] Evening hoarseness with great sensitiveness and dryness in the larynx is characteristic of **Phosphorus. #Aconite. using the voice brings on the cough. The soreness of **Phosphorus is in the larynx . [Acon] In the beginning of a laryngitis in children there is no better remedy than **Aconite . In chronic hoarseness **Sulphur will sometimes act when Causticum fails. the voice is rough and hoarse. #Phosphorus. and the expectoration is scanty. the patient is very sensitive to the slightest draft. and in these cases the 12th or 13th potencies act well. dry skin and hoarseness and the patient will awaken at night with a croupy cough. there is a croupy cough and hoarseness. cold winds. It is also a remedy especially adapted to laryngeal troubles of professional . It finds a curative sphere in the hoarseness of speakers and singers. it certainly seems to control the inflammatory condition and hold in check the progress of the disease. chilliness. Meyhoffer mentions **AEsculus as a very useful remedy in catarrhal inflammation of the larynx and pharynx. which is worse mornings and much aggravated in cold weather. Farrington gives **Ammonium causticum a first place in hoarseness associated with burning and rawness in the larynx and pharynx. if given early. In paralytic aphonia secondary to laryngeal catarrhs **Phosphorus and Rumex stand pre-eminent. with **Causticum it is under the sternum. It tires and hurts the patient to talk. and a gargle of arnicated water will often refresh and strengthen the throat after long speaking and relieve the sense of thirst. The **Causticum patient will have such a complete loss of voice that he cannot speak aloud. **Belladonna has dryness.scraping in the chest under the middle of the sternum. constriction. **Arnica has hoarseness from fatigue of the pharyngeal muscles. with a dry. Houghton considers **Ferrum phosphoricum as one of the greatest of temporary voice toners. It is a paretic hoarseness accompanied by a cough which does not seem sufficient to bring up the phlegm. hollow and unsatisfactory cough. and soreness in the larynx. the larynx is painful and dry. worse mornings. #Hepar sulphur.

It follows closely after **Aconite. **Selenium is a remedy frequently necessary to clear the voice. with fever. **Kali bichromicum has dryness of the larynx. **Drosera suits laryngeal phthisis with great hoarseness. harsh. Cartier advocates this remedy in complete aphonia from a cold or congestion of the vocal chords claiming it to be superior to **Causticum in inflammatory aphonia. **Sambucus is useful for a spasm of the larynx occurring with laryngitis. worse from talking and using the voice. **Argentum metallicum has burning and rawness in the larynx.singers. paroxysmal cough after midnight. however. and brilliant cures have been made with it. **Iodine has great usefulness in the early stage of membraneous laryngitis. the voice is rough and hollow and the expectoration stringy. croupy cough and suffocative spells of this remedy it is useful in laryngeal phthisis with burning and stinging in the larynx and a sensation as if a plug were there. A cracked voice from overuse and hoarseness. the patient gets hoarse and the voice cracks on beginning to sing. a very useful remedy for singers. swallowing is painful. the specific for that dangerous condition known as oedema of the glottis. and great difficulty in respiration. **Verbascum is similar. **Chlorine is. Dr. Dr. or even after long use of the voice. with morning loss of voice following suppression of eruptions. it has hoarseness appearing as soon as the patient commences to sing. it is useful for an alteration in the timbre of . **Graphites has inability to control the vocal cords. Besides the dry. rough and deep. among them is **Arum triphyllum. **Ipecac. and when oedema is present with difficult almost impossible respiration **Apis will prove useful. It has a remarkable efficacy also in relieving hoarseness. It is useful when the voice suddenly gives out and goes to a higher key. [[Arum-t] For the hoarseness of singers and orators there are a few remedies of great importance. a characteristic is expectoration of much transparent mucus from the larynx in the morning. Ivins recommends the 12X. He uses the 6 or 3X potencies every half hour until the voice returns. with great sensitiveness. #Spongia. but extends lower than the larynx. dry cough. #Arum triphyllum. dry skin. **Sulphur corresponds to chronic cases. **Arsenicum corresponds to laryngeal tuberculosis. barking. Its action is prompt in the hoarseness of professional singers. Both voice and cough have a deep bass trumpet sound. Mitchell considers **Hepar the most effective of all remedies in chronic laryngitis. with ulceration and burning. voice is hoarse. excretion of tough mucus.

it has a leucorrhoea which makes the parts sore. **Benzoin IX was recommended by Dr. though it may appear in the morning on walking. [Calc] Indicated by its general symptoms. persistent or yellow and accompanied by itching and burning. It corresponds especially to scrofulous persons with enlarged cervical glands. [Carb-v] This remedy suits a painless hoarseness. by the way.the voice in singers and speakers. or loss of voice during menses. aggravated in moist. leucorrhoea before menses or in recurring attacks between the menses. It suits sudden aphonias and those accompanied by accumulation of mucus on the chest which is difficult to raise. and hysterical hoarseness. Two doses a day is frequently specific in hoarseness. The leucorrhoea is profuse. a soreness in the larynx rather than a rawness. but not into the trachea. cool weather. the throat is so dry that it hurts the patient to talk. Allen for hoarseness accompanied by a sensation of rawness extending from the larynx to the pit of the throat. F. T. which is easily hawked up. **Plumbum in old cases should not be forgotten. a soreness and aching of the body. **Calcarea phosphorica is a fine remedy in the scrofulous diathesis. with chest soreness and aching of the body. cold and damp feet. **Nux moschata has aphonia from hysteria or changing emotions. and these are always the more important in this affection. **Sulphur is another remedy suitable to scrofulous subjects. it has a profuse milky bland leucorrhoea. **Gelsemium is. with great relaxation of the muscular structures of the throat. **Senega is another useful remedy for hoarseness. #Carbo vegetabilis. **Eupatorium perfoliatum has hoarseness in the morning. worse evenings. of great value in laryngismus stridulus. It has copious exudation in the larynx looking like boiled starch. **Opium has aphonia from fright and **Platinum should be considered in hysterical aphonia as well as in any other hysterical conditions. **Mercurius solubilis. milky. **Gelsemium is the first remedy for aphonia from a laryngeal paralysis. =LEUCORRHOEA. More prominent of these are morning hunger. **Caulophyllum has leucorrhoea in little girls which is very . It is. It is rather indicated by the general than the local symptoms. It suits leucorrhoea in infants and young girls often recurring before puberty. **Baryta carbonica has hoarseness. of course. acidity of the stomach. particularly that which is brought on by exposure to damp evening air. #Calcarea carbonica.

which is profuse and is accompanied by a depression of spirits and bearing down in pelvic region. it causes excoriating of the parts which come in contact with it. It corresponds to a disposition to leucorrhoea and suits leucorrhoea in chlorotic subjects. all of our remedies are prone to be . leucorrhoea preceding menses. **Hydrastis suits a tenacious. #Sepia. It is milky. pimply face. It is so acrid that it causes the pudenda and thighs to swell and itch.profuse and weakens the child very much. It leads all other remedies in leucorrhoea of little girls. causes soreness and smarting and red spots and itching on the vulva. ropy leucorrhoea with erosion of the cervix. and it is most suitable to those of dark complexion who are feeble and debilitated and who have a sensation of emptiness at the pit of the stomach. thick leucorrhoea with some irritation and itching.yellow. especially in nervous. light-haired persons. creamy. Highly recommended by Jahr in a corrosive leucorrhoea. it being one of our best remedies. [Kreos] Few medicines have the same power in leucorrhoea as **Kreasote. stringy leucorrhoea. **Helonin. **Lilium tigrinum has an excoriating. there are pains in the abdomen and pruritus. The acridity is marked. due to pelvic congestion of a passive type. It cures a profuse watery. **Kali bichromicum has a yellow. somewhat offensive and often excoriating. **Nitric acid. though **Mercurius pro-iodide should not be forgotten if the discharge be yellow. It is suitable to fat. **Cimicifuga. In anaemic sallow patient with much prostration and general debility. worse before menses with bearing down. Dr. Southwick recommends this remedy in the 1X or 2X trituration for profuse. acrid and burning from being retained in the vagina. The patient has a sallow. it is a most useful remedy. Dyce Brown praises this remedy in leucorrhoea. always with great debility. thick. #Kreasote. and one too often neglected. #Pulsatilla [Puls] produces a cures a milky leucorrhoea which becomes watery. disposition to lie down and lowness of spirits. with chilliness. It is a mucous. sometimes a yellowish leucorrhoea. ropy. white leucorrhoea sometimes replacing menses. Cures a leucorrhoea which is yellowish green color. worse from slight colds and exertion. yellowish or yellowish brown leucorrhoea. neuralgic and hyperaesthetic patients. In fact. watery.thick. a mucous leucorrhoea which is profuse and debilitating corresponds to **Hydrastis.

backache. **Platinum. #Borax [Bor] suits a clear. copious and albuminous leucorrhoea having an unnatural heat to it. Purulent greenish yellow leucorrhoea worse at night. Leucorrhoea midway between menses with great nervousness. patients are weakened and sallow. with great debility. odorless. obstinate leucorrhoea. heat. which is very profuse and ropy. Profuse bland leucorrhoea. [Alum] Leucorrhoea in chlorotic girls which is transparent or of yellow mucus. Nitric acid suits a greenish. It is profuse. thin watery leucorrhoea with very sensitive organs. etc. the great profuseness is its characteristic. Leucorrhoea more profuse in morning when rising. which is sometimes mistaken for uterine leucorrhoea. foetid. the presence of fig warts and condylomata will further indicate the remedy. scanty and pale. Thin. cancer. especially indicates **Graphites. It is best suited to weak persons. Scrofulous and syphilitic subjects with yellow and thick leucorrhoea also indicate the remedy. especially the chronic form with much . **Stannum. oftentimes bearing down in pelvis. and their place taken by far less efficient local applications.neglected in leucorrhoea. perfectly bland without pain. Periodical. tenderness and pain involving nabothian glands. **Causticum. very thin. [Merc] Acrid excoriating leucorrhoea smarting and burning. as it is very rich in albumen. Albuminous leucorrhoea in the daytime. the menses are delayed. **Iodine has an acrid.corrosive leucorrhoea accompanied by right ovarian inflammation. **Graphites cures a leucorrhoea associated with pains in the lower abdomen and weakness of back in pale young girls. old women. form good indication for Mercurius. #Belladonna corresponds to recent or acute attacks of leucorrhoea dependent upon pelvic inflammation and congestion. white mucus. bland leucorrhoea. #Alumina. #Mercurius. It is apt to be acrid. swelling of external genital organs. Leucorrhoea occurring chiefly at night. #Arsenicum. white as starch. Hughes recommends this remedy in the 2X trituration for a chronic vaginal catarrh. yellowish. and greatly exhausting. Sensitive cervix and bearing down pains. [Ars] Leucorrohoea from exhausting diseases. occurs in gushes. It occurs chiefly in the daytime. Dr.

Hughes says it hardly reaches true hepatitis. and better from lying on the right side. **Berberis has stitching pains from the liver to the umbilicus. There is a yellowish white coated tongue which takes the imprint of the teeth and there is a foetid breath. Under **Bryonia the liver is swollen. papescent and profuse and associated with a colic. but the **Chamomilla patient gets hot and sweats. **Bryonia is pre-eminently a gastro-hepatic remedy. aching and burning in the posterior part of the liver. such as **Chelidonium and Kali carbonicum. [Bry] When there are stitching pains in the right hypochondriac region. which is useful in the enlarged livers of puny and rachitic children. or yellowish-green bilious stools passed with a great deal of tenesmus. loss of appetite and depression of spirits. **Secale. which are pitchlike and black. or . [Merc] This remedy has much sensitiveness and dull pain in the region of the liver. #Bryonia. It is one of the chief remedies for jaundice brought on by a fit of anger. There is a bitter in the mouth and the stools are hard and dry. which lessens the motion of the parts when breathing . the patient cannot lie on the right side. The character of the diarrhoea will also distinguish **Mercurius from Magnesia muriatica. **Chelidonium is distinguished by the character of the stools. Brownish and offensive leucorrhoea. The stools are either clay-colored from absence of bile. especially in thin scrawny women who suffer from excessive menstruation and prolapsus. corrosive and yellow. skin and eyes slightly yellow. **Chamomilla has this symptom. though for these pains we have other remedies. Dictamnus was one of Hahnemann's remedies for leucorrhoea. but rather a griping and the pains of **Leptandra are dull. The skin and conjunctiva are jaundiced. **Mercurius is the . **Leptandra has aching and soreness in the region of the liver and is especially indicated in the lazy livers of city men. accompanied with no tenesmus. #Mercurius. =LIVER AFFECTIONS. It is of tenacious mucus. if loose. though he appears hot. with metrorrhagia.weakness. the discharge is acrid.giddiness. The liver is enlarged. the pains in the hypochondriac region are worse from any motion. but is distinguished from **Mercurius in the stools. while the **Bryonia patient is apt to be chilly. attended with painful erosions of the pudendum and itching of the anus. and has pain in right shoulder. **Bryonia is the first remedy to be thought of. congested and inflamed.

jaundice. It is a splendid remedy for "torpid liver. such as pickles and vinegar. bitter taste and a craving for acids and sour things. namely. the face and eyes are yellow and there is a bad taste in the mouth. or hypochondrium. followed by jaundice. It is remedy to be used in simple biliousness and jaundice. it induces a large flow of bile. clay-colored stool. The liver is swollen and sensitive. There is constipation. Another symptom of **Podophyllum is that the patient constantly rubs the region of the liver with the hand.remedy for jaundice arising from abuse of quinine when fever is present. There is a loose watery diarrhoea. Cowperthwaite believes that. fever. . when diarrhoea is present. bright yellow and diarrhoea. Primarily. It somewhat resembles **Mercurius. but the keynote for this drug in hepatic diseases is a pain under the angle of the right shoulder blade. The tongue is coated white or yellow and the bile may form gall stones. or if constipation be present the stools are clay-called. #Podophyllum. and to prevent their formation. they may be clayey in color. and in hepatic congestion or inflammation the character of the stools will distinguish **Bryonia. [Chel] The liver symptoms of **Chelidonium are very prominent. It affects the left lobe of the liver much less than does **Carduus marianus. Rhus and Arsenic. there is swelling of the liver. Podophyllum." It suits well simple jaundice in children. **Mercurius. Functional torpor of the portal system and the organs connected there with indicates **Podophyllum. as a rule. it is a useful remedy to promote the expulsion of gall stones. and Cowperthwaite finds it his best remedy. secondarily. **Mercurius dulcis 2X is the most effective preparation of mercury in catarrhal jaundice. **Chelidonium is perhaps our greatest liver remedy. and. which may extend to the chest." There are a number of drugs having the symptom that the tongue takes the imprint of the teeth. great torpidity. it causes the liver to secrete thinner and more profuse bile than any remedy. stomach. It was Rademacher's great remedy for gall stones. chilliness. [Podo] The principal use of **Podophyllum is in liver affections. Stramonium. In simple catarrhal jaundice it is often all sufficient. The stools are profuse. yellow coated tongue. #Chelidonium. There is soreness and stitching pains in the region of the liver. it is sometimes called "vegetable mercury. It is indicated in torpid or chronically congested liver. jaundice and langour. Yucca. Taken altogether.

Arsenic and Ammonium muriaticum must also be borne in mind. Juglans cinerea causes a jaundice like Nux vomica. there is slow pulse and dark urine. [Dig] When jaundice arises from cardiac diseases. **Digitalis is useful in the worst forms of jaundice if the pulse be irregular and intermittent. and not to any obstruction. #Myrica cerifera. Pulsatilla in liver affections from over-eating. Dull pain in right side below the ribs no appetite. and if there be rapid prostration of the strength. There is present drowsiness.#Digitalis. It is more superficial in action than Digitalis. yellowish hue. **Sepia has the yellow sallow face with the yellow saddle across the nose. together with **Nux. The first remedy in cirrhosis of the liver. There is no retention of bile. or in those who have abused themselves with purgatives. highly seasoned food. **Sulphur. with stitching pains about the liver and under the right scapula. and desire for acids. Lachesis. **Nux is the first remedy to be thought of. The liver is swollen hard and sensitive to the touch and pressure of clothing is uncomfortable. There is dull headache. [Myric] **Myrica is an important liver remedy. tenacious mucus. The throat and nasal organs are filled with an offensive. unrefreshing sleep. enlargement and bruised feeling in the region of the liver. but the jaundice is due to the fact that the liver does not take from the blood the elements which go to form bile. also jaundice from abuse of quinine. The patient is weak and complains of muscular soreness and aching in the limbs. **Nux must be compared with **China. quinine. which is an excellent remedy for biliousness of nervous. with stools of bright yellow or ashy color. #Nux vomica. comparing here with **Digitalis. [Nux-m] In liver affections occurring in those who have indulged to excess in alcoholic liquors. Jaundice induced by anger also calls for **Nux. The headache is worse in the morning. Fluoric acid. irritable women. **Digitalis may be the remedy. in the former cases reminding of **Chamomilla . There is first despondency and also jaundice due to imperfect formation of bile in the liver. the eyes have a dingy. Colic may be present. In the enlarged liver of drunkards. nor obstruction of the ducts. dirty. **Iris seems to have a solvent action upon the bile. the tongue is coated yellow. The jaundice calling for its use is catarrhal and this is the form produced by the drug. soreness . worse in the morning. bilious stools and occipital headache. bitter taste. it is especially useful in torpid liver and when gastric disorders result from perversion of hepatic and intestinal .

Jaundice and constipation. #Sulphur.functions. it increases the flow of bile and there is much pain and soreness in the liver. [Lyc] **Lycopodium acts powerfully on the liver. and clinically it has often worked well. **Sulphur often completes the cure commenced by **Nux. Fulness in the stomach after eating a small quantity. white tongue with red edges. slimy taste in the mouth and "thinks he is bilious. Dr. [Sulph] **Sulphur is suitable to chronic affections of the liver. There are no real icteric symptoms. Hydrastis has a bitter taste and chronic torpor of the bowels. Pain in back and right side from congestion will often yield to the remedy. If the stools are colorless and if much jaundice or ascites be present . Liver complaints from abuse of mercury will oftentimes call for **Sulphur. and it deserves a trial before restoring to opiates. **Carduus resembles **Aloes. #Carduus marianus. lack of appetite. and there is a feeling of tension in it. Alfred Pope claims that **Lycopodium is more useful than any other remedy in old hepatic congestions. coated tongue and yellow urine. The pains are dull and aching instead of sharp and lancinating. he can lie on that side. The region of the liver is sensitive to the touch. The presence of "liver spots seems to be a special indication for the remedy. bitter taste. There is an uncomfortable fullness in the region of the liver. but there is a peculiar sallow complexion. **Natrum sulphuricum is the greatest Schuessler specific for liver affections. #Lycopodium. distension of the liver. Burnett regards a dark brownish patch over the lower part of the sternum as a useful hint for **Carduus. as under **Chelidonium. [Card-m] This remedy is indicated in jaundice with dull headache. but on turning to the left side the liver seems to pull and draw. bitter taste and jaundice. **Aloes has biliousness from torpor of the portal system. Cirrhosis. Biliousness following la grippe has been cured with Carduus. a feeling as if a cord were tied about the waist. and in such cases he observes that both the liver and heart are at fault. the stools are bilious and the urine golden yellow. nausea and vomiting of a greenish fluid. Hale says that it stands between **Aloes and **Hamamelis in its action on the veins. **Natrum sulphuricum is useful when the patient has a bad." There is apt to be weight and aching in the liver. there is sensitiveness in the epigastrium and right hypochondrium. It has been used in gall stone colic successfully in the tincture.

chilliness after eating. recommended **Cinchona in biliary calculi. **Euonymus 2X is an admirable remedy in hepatic congestion. The stools are loose and bilious. **Berberis vulgaris is also an important remedy in gall-stone affections. **Lachesis. with well marked soreness and jaundice. distress in liver and constipation. It is remedy highly recommended for biliary calculi. . as do all snake poisons. **Yucca filamentosa has a pain going from the upper region of the liver to the back and a bad taste in the mouth.of Augusta. nausea and complete anorexia. has had success with **Ipecac in this connection. The face is yellow and sallow and the tongue takes the imprint of the teeth. Thayer. Jaundice accompanying pneumonia may also call for **Phosphorus.. Another remedy used in bilious troubles is **Euonymus. wearing. **Digitalis has also been recommended in acute yellow atrophy. E. Wm.**Sulphur is contra-indicated. and is useful in the enlarged livers of drunkards. Me. Jaundice from sexual excesses call for **Cinchona. Williams. has jaundice. liquifies the bile. It overcomes catarrh. it has intense heavy. [Phos] **Phosphorus is homoeopathic to fatty degeneration of the liver. and the remedy is a useful one in malignant diseases of the liver. #Taraxacum [Tarax] This is a decided liver remedy. Jaundice and hepatic pain are its indications. Cirrhosis and atrophy may also call for **Phosphorus. Dr. it anticipates and prevents the colic. The jaundice is indicative of organic diseases. Leonard says: " In the case of torpid livers with tendency to attacks of biliary colic. of Boston. **Ptelea has sharp pains in right hypochondria. sick headache. #Phosphorus. pain and soreness in the region of the liver and bilious diarrhoea. and it is useful in cardiac disturbance from inaction of the liver. Dr. The stools are grayish white. occipital headache. with tenderness on pressure and throbbing in the right side. the stools are deficient in bile. Sluggish circulation in the liver with the long train of symptoms resulting therefrom are indications. prevents the formation of calculi and promotes the discharge of those already formed. and the indications are a mapped tongue and a bitter taste in the mouth. accompanied with much flatus. however. Burnett claims that **Hydrastis is the best remedy in gall-stone colic. coated tongue.and Dr. **Kali bichromicum also has a mapped tongue." **Chionanthus has biliousness.

it may be indicated in the catarrhal irritation. Both may be useful in an undeveloped eruption . etc. **Dulcamara when occurring from damp. on the whole. and may be compared with **Dulcamara. but it corresponds more closely to scarlet fever. #Aconite. It is somewhat questionable whether **Aconite will ever be strictly indicated in any disease depending on a poisoned or infected condition of the blood. it is oftener indicated. and the eruption appears and the disease is diagnosed as measles. and a hard croupy cough are present.=MEASLES. croupy cough. Acrid tears stream out of the eyes. **Ferrum phosphoricum will perhaps be the better remedy if there be chest involvement together with the catarrhal symptoms. high fever and passive brain symptoms . **Gelsemium has more coryza. and will take its place where restlessness and anxiety are wanting. #Gelsemium. has an action on the skin and may be continued with benefit after the eruption has appeared. does not want to be disturbed . with a red and swollen conjunctiva. there is watery coryza which excoriates the upper lip and nose. **Ferrum phosphoricum in many respects is similar to **Aconite. before the case can be fully determined to be measles. **Gelsemium when there is pain at the base of the brain . sneezing . [Acon] **Aconite is one of the first remedies for measles. while the case is presumed to be one of measles. the child is dumpish. In catarrhal conditions Aconite ceases to be of use after exudation has taken place. It has some aching in the limbs. and a decidely measly eruption produced by it. **Dulcamara more aching. apathetic. **Belladonna may be indicated in measels when sore throat is present and the cerebral excitement indicating that remedy. too. it would cease to be of use after it modified the fever. together with moisture and heat.. The cough is dry and very hoarse. **Gelsemium. [Gels] **Gelsemium is. there is an itching and redness of the skin. that is. and there is an intense throbbing headache which is relieved on the appearance of the . #Euphrasia. barking. that is. however. rainy weather or sudden changes. there is much chilliness. but seldom be mistaken for that remedy. and there is harsh. a more useful remedy in commencing measles than **Aconite . cool air. the fever is a prominent symptoms. and so in measles. since in its pathogenesis it does not show any evidence of such condition. [Euph] When the catarrhal symptoms greatly predominate **Euphrasia may be used. with chest soreness and hoarseness.

Dr. He says that its action is little short a marvelous. **Kali bichromicum is so similar to **Pulsatilla in many respects that it may be mentioned here. **Arsenicum may save the patient in these conditions.delirium. Measles associated with ear symptoms and swollen glands especially call for **Kali bichromicum. The stools are particularly offensive and exhausting.eruption. **Lachesis is the fourth remedy for these conditions. Jousset recommends **Viola odorata for the cough. with a hoarse. The child sits up to cough. It comes in very well after **Pulsatilla when the patient develops more intense symptoms. but all four should be studied carefully in these low conditions of measles. petechiae and general typhoid symptoms. The cough is still dry at night. dry. Dr. **Crotalus may also be indicated in the form known as black measles. It produces an eruption which closely resembles measles. The eyes agglutinate and the discharge is purulent. of Brussels. considers **Arsenicum almost specific in measles. as the two remedies seem to differ in intensity only. The individual symptom of each remedy will differentiate them. The throat is swollen and there is catarrhal deafness. Where there is catarrh of the digestive canal and diarrhoea **Pulsatilla will be found useful. There will be sinking of strength. The photophobia of **Euphrasia is worse in artifical light . The first of these is **Arsenicum. #Arsenicum. The fever has subsided or entirely disappeared. The excoriating discharge from the eyes will distinguish from **Allium cepa. croupy cough. and a brightness of the eyes despite the catarrhal condition is characteristic. and it is one of our best remedies for laryngeal affections. but loosens a little in the daytime. It is useful where the skin is dusky and the rash does not come out. It corresponds to the insidious phenomena of severe epidemics of measles. There is coryza and profuse lachrymation. There is much predisposition to earache and sometimes sickness at the stomach. in malignant type or black or haemorrhagic measles we have two or three important remedies. and one of the best remedies to remove all sequelae of the disease. may prove useful. . or is purplish when it does appear. It is prophylactic and curative. **Kali bichromicum has pustules developing on the cornea. **Sulphur is a great measles remedy. #Pulsatilla. A little later in the disease **Pulsatilla symptoms may make their appearance. Gaudy. diarrhoea. restlessness and debility. Also **Baptisia. In measles which do not run a favourable course. with its foetor and prostration.

there are convulsive movements and the face is red. restless. worse when lying down and a night . but with **Zincum there is much weakness. Spasms from suppressed measles when the child is seized with great lassitude and debility. exhausting cough with oppressed breathing. **Drosera with its whooping-like cough. When the eruption does not come out properly. it is a teasing. the child is hot. For the chest complications a number of remedies may come into use. rattling of mucus. or runs an irregular course. **Sabadilla is the remedy when among the catarrhal symptoms there is violent sneezing attended with a frontal headache. In a case calling for it you will find these symptoms: non-appearance of the rash. titillating cough. where there is intense heat .#Stramonium. **Sticta. =MENINGITIS. **Bryonia is useful when chest symptoms appear upon a retardation or a recession of the eruption. twitching of muscles or of single limbs or if the spasms are preceded by deep and violent coughing and oppressed respiration. #Bryonia. All these may be indicated in measles. and on falling asleep cries out as if frightened . bluish or purplish face. there are a few remedies which play a most important role. There will be great difficulty in breathing. **Zincum has the same awakening from sleep as if terrified. It will corresponds to some epidemics and should not be overlooked. etc. **Rumex with its short tickling bronchial cough worse from cold air. there is soreness of the limbs and body. drowsiness and twitching. but its symptoms are move violent than those of **Stramonium and the face instead of being red is more apt to be bluish. The cough is dry and painful . **Belladonna [Bell] corresponds to the initial stages. stitches in the chest. or when it disappears suddenly and grave symptoms appear. **Phosphorus ***with its dry. and when inflammatory diseases of the chest accompany. **Antimonium tartaricum is another remedy for retarded or repelled eruption. It has the same terror on awakening. the child seems too weak to develop the eruption. [Bry] This remedy comes in well when the rash appears late. **Stramonium is one of these. if there be present an incessant dry and spasmodic cough. Too slow development of the eruption with chest symptoms calls for it. **Cuprum is indicated in convulsion due to recession of the eruption.

of the body, strong pulse, bright red face and delirium, where the cerebral irritation is marked by intense pain in the head, starting out of sleep crying out, grinding teeth. For simple meningitis, not the tubercular form, when everything is acute and intense; when effusion commences, however, it ceases to be the remedy. **Aconite. Meningitis from heat of the sun's rays after long exposure thereto, or cerebral congestions from anger. It is only useful at the onset. **Fear is a marked symptom. **Veratrum viride. Intense cerebral congestion, rapid pulse, tendency to convulsion, followed by prostration. Elliot considers **Veratrum viride in the lower potencies our best remedy in acute meningitis. Coldness of the surface loss of consciousness, dilated pupils, labored,slow, irregular pulse. **Gelsemium. Is hardly homoeopahtic to pain as its action is wholly motor, but it may be indicated in meningitis by its general symptoms. It is less often indicated and hence less valuable than **Belladonna. Yet Spalding has used the remedy as a basic one in the cerebro-spinal variety with uniform success, losing but one case. #Bryonia. [Bry] Suits well cerebral effusions with a benumbed sensorium. The following will be useful indications upon which to prescribe **Bryonia. ***Constant chewing motion with the mouth; when moved screams with pain; child stupid, abdomen distended; tongue white, pains are most sharp and stitching, and the patient drinks greedily; there is a livid flushed face, high temperature, copious sweats. Thus it is seen that **Bryonia produces a characteristic image of meningitis and suits especially cases caused by suppressed eruption. #Apis mellifica. [Apis] Here nervous agitation predominates ; there are shrill cries, stabbing pains ; the child puts its hand to its head and screams. There is an oedematous face, scanty urine, and the patient is thirstless, it suits especially infantile cases and especially the tubercular form due to an developed eruption. **Cicuta is useful in the irritative stage when there are general convulsions, twitching in fingers and unconsciouness. It also markedly controls the effusion. The head is spasmodically drawn back with stiff neck. Violent jerks in any part of the body. Strangles on drinking, dilated pupils and staring look, trismus; one of our best remedies, having a fine clinical record.

#Helleborus. [Hell] Mental torpor marks this drug ; a sensorial apathy, there is want of reaction. It corresponds to a later stage of the disease, when effusion has taken place ; then symptoms such as wrinkling of one arm and one leg are indicative of **Helleborus. There are shooting pains in the head, sudden crying out, screaming, boring head into the pillow. The cries have a most pitiful sound. **Camphora. In the fulminant variety where the poison falls on the patient like a thunderbolt and collapse approaches speedily. The patient is cold, pale and pulseless, eyes sunken, face livid. Patient cold, but does not want to be covered. **Iodoform 6X has proved useful in O'Connor's hands , and some remarkable cases were reported in the North American Journal of Homoeopathy a few years ago as having been cured by inunctions of **Iodoform cerate into the scalp. Some very hopeless cases were thus cured. Dr. Martin, of Pittsburgh, used the 2X with success. It is also endorsed by Boericke and Clarke. #Zincum metallicum. [Zinc] This remedy corresponds to the subacute form, especially if tubercular and due to suppressed eruptions. Febrile disturbance is absent or slight, there are marked twitching jerkings and hyperaesthesia of all the senses and skin, and tremulousness of the feet. At the beginning there are sharp lancinating pains and great exhaustion of nerve force. The 6X trituration is recommended. **Sulphur is useful in tubercular meningitis; the child lies in a stupor with cold sweat on forehead , jerking of limbs, spasms and suppressed urine. Retrocessed eruptions may be the cause. **Tuberculinum and **Calcarea carbonica may prove useful remedies. They corresponds to a basic or psoric taint which favors the development of the disease. Clarke advises Bacillinum 100th, which he claims is very prompt in its action. **Cuprum suits cases marked with violent convulsions, thumbs clenched,loud screaming,face pale with blue lips. No remedy equals it in these conditions, but it is of more use in the later stages.

=MENTAL CONDITIONS AND DERANGEMENTS.
#Belladonna. [Bell] The three great remedies of the Solanacae family have an important

action on the mental state, and are possibly more often thought of and indicated in mental affections than other remedies. Belladonna is a remedy for delirious states, and must be given where there is wildness, restlessness, and a desire to cut or tear the clothing. The patient springs out of bed and strikes those around him. He appears frightened and sees objects when he closes his eyes. Speech and actions are hasty. It thus becomes a valuable remedy in ***acute mania, in fact, the highest form of mania , with great determination of blood to the head, hyperaesthesia of the senses, wild eyes and dilated pupils. Such patients may even bark like dogs and are most violent and pugnacious. No other remedy is more frequently indicated and a frequent mistake here is to give it too low; the higher potencies act better and more promptly. ***Violence is characterstic, great noisiness, the patient sings, screams and curses. Delusions of every conceivable variety may be present, in fact , it suits well a bowfins instantly with ridiculous actions. Butler says the **Belladonna melancholic is exceedingly depressed, fearful and subject to violent attacks of weeping. **Opium has also a fantastical insanity. **Cocaine has a sensation as if foreign bodies were under the skin; this is in reality a hallucination. It has also hallucinations of hearing. #Hyoscyamus. [Hyos] This is also a remedy in acute mania with extreme excitation of the sensorium and abnormal impulses. Talcott says that **Hyoscyamus " paints the mental town of its victim a brilliant and luminous red and stimulates him to sing in merriest and most vociferous tones the songs of Venus and Bacchus combined." The **Hyoscyamus patient will perhaps imagine he is pursued by some demon or that some one is trying to take his life; and he runs away from an imaginary foe. He is talkative and, like **Lachesis, constantly jumping from one subject to another. The face is only slightly flushed, not the violent congestion of **Belladonna. He may see ghosts and demons, but the mania of **Hyoscyamus is rather an acute non-inflammatory mania. **Kali bromatum suits the acute mania of children where patient thinks he will be murdered or that people intend to strike him. **Camphor has maniacal excitement, suicidal impulse. It is a slendid remedy in exhaustion psychoses with maniacal outbursts and vital powers at a low ebb. The **Hyoscyamus patient acts silly and idiotic; is lascivious and lewd; throws the bed-clothes off and makes lewd and ridiculous gestures. Persists in stripping herself and uncovering the genitals. Nymphomania. It is a good remedy for the bad effects of extreme jealousy, fright, disappointed love, etc. moschata has occasional outbreaks of silly laughter and a delusion of

**Cantharides. The keynote of its symptomatology is ***terror. In religious melancholia. There is also a mania for light and company. like the two preceding members of the same family. Patient are filled with hallucinations and converse with people long dead. but with this remedy there is much physical prostration indicated by the cold surface of body . ***madness. There is also the great and characteristic symptoms of constant fear of being poisoned by the attendants. it also has a curative action. the amorous frenzies of the nymphomaniac and the execrative passions of the infuriated demon. there is a quick pulse. **Cantharis. each struggling for the ascendency. Hallucinations of hearings. and then full of range. **Lilienthal says the Veratrum patient combines the wildest vagaries of the religious enthusiast. a constant picking at the bedclothes or objects in the air. ***violence. . again he becomes Satanic. and bites those around him. which Rhus also has. There is a great characteristic of the remedy usually present in these cases. where the patient prays a great deal. mice. the patient sits brooding all the time. and has outbursts of violence with ideas of persecution. **Veratrum may also be well indicated in melancholia. The following is a practical resume: **Aconite. accumulation of sordes on the teeth. There is an overpowering sexual excitement with this remedy and the patients are desperate and excessive masturbators and manias with this symptom corresponds to it. [Stram] This remedy. blue rings under eyes. and it is wild and most terrifying . snakes and other animals approaching him and he retires in terror. hears music and men talking in foreign languages. and the mania of masturbation. etc. Here we have terrific outbursts of rage.having two heads. It is exceedingly destructive. It corresponds well to many phases of erotic mania. Proud and then dull. ***fear. namely. The symptoms are changeable. distrusts every one. and be violent . ***terror. laughs. There is also a condition of depression found under **Hyoscyamus with debility and prostration where questions are answered slowly or irrelevantly. **Veratrum album might properly be compared with Stramonium. is anxious about recovery. #Stramonium. talks foolishly and tries to escape. he becomes religious. and causing him to writhe and struggle with his mental and physical agonies. **Stramonium. He is also loquacious . Here the patient may be restless and wild looking. the patient barks. Such conditions are curable by **Cantharis when reflex from sexual or bladder troubles. snoring breathing and dropping of the lower jaw. full of joy. prays. **Belladonna. **frenzy. cold sweat. has mania. nymphomania. filled with hallucinations: he sees rats. To this also add **Veratrum. and despairs of salvation.

fear of death. always busy. **Glonoine. and restlessness due to mental anxiety. folds the hands sits like a statue. Jekyll and Mr. yet sometimes. errors in perception. **Arsenicum also relieves tendency to self mutilation found in such patients." life having been a failure. It is particularly useful in sudden. It is a Dr. which are worse in the evening. predicting the day thereof. an egotistic condition often seen in our asylums and sometime out of them.#Aurum metallicum. afraid of darkness. dreads to pass a certain corner. and its guiding characteristic is the well-known sensation of having two wills. **Pulsatilla. [Sulph] The typical **Sulphur patient is irritable. Talcott believes that **Arsenicum oftener relieves suicidal tendencies than **Aurum. Hyde remedy. constitutional grumbler or else a "ragged philosopher. one urging him on to do what the other forbids. Dr. a longing for death and a tendency to suicide. makes mistakes as to distances. she thinks she has lost the affection of friends and that she is doomed to complete damnation. with an irresistible desire to swear and curse. attempting it. the patient rarely. These patients will dress themselves up in rags and imagine that they are clad in gorgeous attire. The memory is weak. There is feeling of worthlessness and despair. Impulsive. he becomes most anxious about his own salvation. [Anac] A most valuable remedy in mental disease. Religious melancholia. Well known streets seem strange. constant prayer. restless and changeable mania. a chronic. anger or dispute makes the patient furious . and acute cases. **Argentum nitricum. despair of salvation. prince or potentate. there is a tendency to rush of blood to the head with these melancholic states. #Sulphur. [Aur] Our great remedy for melancholia where there is an actual disgust for life. but from mental disease.. this is not from a low moral of religious education. . The patients are tortured by fears. Convulsions of paresis may suggest **Aconite. Another characteristic is the irritability of the patient . **Sulphur also has a forgetfulness and patients will stop a long time to think how words are spelled **Aconite being an acute **Sulphur is most useful in mania and melancholia where there is a nervous excitement. this tendency is only mental. ghosts. but different to that of others. they will wear paper crowns with the majesty of a king. sleepless. Its usefulness in mental conditions is extensive and it corresponds closely to religious mania or melancholia. #Anacardium oriental.

fear of going crazy. and especially in puerperal mania. The patient sees objects on closing the eyes which vanish when they are opened . hypochondriacal . This sensation of a pall of gloom. shuns the doctor . cussed. Low spirited. mental atmosphere ". the patient often imagining that she has a devil within her. in fact. Dementia from masturbation in the young and senile dementia are often benefited by this remedy. or as if they were going crazy. and its clinical record is a brilliant one. It is an excellent palliative in the dementia of old age. **Belladonna. #Cimicifuga. rheumatic and neuralgic subjects. **Calcarea phosphorica. that her mind and body are separate. #Natrum muriaticum. or a woman will fancy that her child is not here own. [Cimic] In depressed states this is one of our best remedies. Vision of rats and mice are sometimes seen. a condition for which the drug was used long before Homoeopathy established its scientific basis. The patient is weak. This remedy has also inclination to commit suicide by shooting.usually a chronic mania. and the remedy has been successfully used in delirium tremens. The periodic nature of the attacks of the attacks may suggest . **Nux vomica. and that people will observe her. It thus becomes an important remedy in suicidal melancholia. the patient fearing she will go crazy . it has an apprehensive state of the mind. **Anacardium has loss of memory. depressed. melancholia of pregnancy in hysterical . Fear of going crazy. With this remedy there is a disposition to swear. or he has a fixed idea that he is possessed of a devil. [Nat-m] The patient requiring this remedy is melancholic. **Chamomilla. cross. peevish. or that her child is not her own. consolation aggravates. apprehensive. Delirium from drink or uterine troubles in rheumatic subjects will often suggest **Cimicifuga. settling over her is charactristic of the remedy. **Alumina. In chronic manias it is more often curative than any other remedy. "shrouded in a dark. that he is double. ugly. again. or horrible sadness. the patient will imagine that he hears voices afar off talking to him. It is often expressed as a feeling as if something were about to happen. pulgilistic. suspicions people and objects appear strange and unnatural. sad and hopeless about the future. **Anacardium is a remedy much used in low melancholic conditions. Butler sums up as follows: **Anitmonium crudum. **Calcarea carbonica. **Iodine. fears every occurrence will end seriously. **Anacardium. easily angered. **Nitric acid. There is emaciation and a prematurely aged look. heavy. the brain feels too large. has a dread of people. like **Cimicifuga.

changeable and silent. and jealousy. #Ignatia. sense of helplessness and great susceptibility to excitement.seeks consolation. is not irritable. fears he will go into a decline. It is especially useful in women with leucorrhoea and organic disease of the uterus or ovaries. she dreads to be alone. His memory is poor. Overheating in the sun as a causal indication is a prominent symptom. shock. which has dark forebodings about her disease. and still more to terror. **Natrum carbonicum. she hides her grief. has remorse about imaginary crimes. and is most suitable to complaints arising from fear. like **Bovista. with a tendency to weep. but fancy themselves neglected by friends. The patient for whom **Natrum muriaticum is suitable is apt to have unjustifiable antipathy against certain people. [Ign] Most cases of melancholia at some period of their treatment require **Ignatia. grief. has hallucinations of hearing and delusions. homesickness. a tearful disposition . given to sighing. wants company. It has awkwardness. **Thuja. Apis.a malarial basis. Ignatia and Nux vomica. is intolerant to noise and tends to fixed ideas. Mild. Lasciviousness is a symptom that should not be overlooked. but slow of comprehension . it suits women better. gentle and tearful. despair. but has an aversion to her own friends and is indifferent to her household affairs. With this remedy there is a persistent recalling of past unpleasantnesses and grievances. The patient has a disposition to brood over her sorrows. A great characteristic is indifference. **Pulsatilla. is introspective. Patient sheds floods of tears. Low spirited in lung affections---an uncommon state. Music causes weeping and trembling of feet. **Stannum. AEthusa. [Sep] Another melancholic remedy is **Sepia. It is a remedy full of disappointments. Soul and body separated. They refuse sympathy. Hypochondriacal. conversation disconnected. Lachesis. fixed idea of being brittle and will not permit anyone to approach. weak memory. shows no . #Sepia. #Phosphoric acid. not introspective like Ignatia. Patient hurried . [Ph-ac] This remedy suits conditions of long lasting effects of grief rather than the acute forms. The **Ignatia patient is melancholic. trifles make him angry. or prolonged brooding over real or imaginary troubles. or that she is under the influence of mesmerists or spiritualists. dependent on gastric disturbances. while **Arsenicum and Nux vomica are more suitable to men.

are irritable and irascible. it is often productive of beneficial results. **Picric acid is a rival of **Phosphoric acid in threatened dementia praecox. Muttering delirium. [Agar] A menacing frenzy causing patient to assail himself and other. The **Nux patient is oversensitive. a don't care condition." #Cannabis Indica. Has to think how words are spelled. easily put out.. that he hears numberless bells ringing . #Lachesis. burning in spine. the patient is melancholic and hypochondriacal. . with utter prostration. pains in back and occiput. #Agaricus.interest in anything . jealous. is the **Nux vomica patient. and a thing a short distance off seems yards away. offensive breath. with dropping of the lower jaw and illusions. with no interest in anything. a minute seems thousands of years. fear of being poisoned and refuses both medicine and food. worse after sleeping Neurasthenia. quick to act. every harmless word offends and every little noise frightens. The most disagreeable of maniacs with "pure cussedness. a multitude of images crowd the brain and he feels as if he were somebody else. etc. the patient jumping from one subject to another. [Lach] The snake poisons all have poisoned minds. Voices come from a great distance and seem to enchant him. In conditions of resistive melancholia and negativism where the patient resists everything done for her. Hypochondriasis in the sedentary is met well by the remedy. Melancholia at change of life. [Nux-v] This remedy suits overworked fidgety business men of sedentary habits. Delusion that he is persecuted. they cannot bear to be opposed. They are anxious and "besides themselves. Another characteristic is failure of memory. such as imagining that he is under some superhuman control or that he is dead." difficult to manage. those of a fitful temper and where there is a great disinclination to mental work. #Nux vomica. dependent mostly on digestive and hepatic troubles. weakness of legs. Desire to sit still without taking interest in surrounding things. He imagines he is swelling and his body is becoming large. apposed to everything . **Lycopodium has a torpor of the mind. With **Lachesis there is great loquacity. [cann-i] This remedy produces marvellous kaleidoscopic visions and illusions as to time and space.

and he thinks he is double and scattered about. short and cannot be civil. **Staphisagria. and all serious thoughts are displeasing. fear of being alone.Incoherent talking. egotistical mental state of this remedy is too well known for comment. a tremulousness is often present which terrifies the patient. obstinate and passionate. everything is inferior to her in body and mind. pride and envy. It relieves the tendency in the insane to the mutilation of the body. constantly getting slighted. The patient has illusions. [Ars] Useful for the depressed delirious. **Colocynth. In dangerous forms of melancholia with stupor assuming a typhoid condition there is no better remedy. Women with tendency to nymphomania and excitement of the genitalia indicate well **Platinum. he cannot sleep. See ghosts and vermin. he is restless and disturbed . apathetic. [Cham] This remedy is of great use in diseases of the mind where there is over-sensitiveness and a snappish irritability. consequence of anger. and he must move to get his pieces together again. its field being confined to typhoid conditions. where things seem horrible. and she looks down on everybody with contempt.etc. fear of death. where it is indicated by a wandering of the mind. and together with the weakness and other symptoms of typhoid indicate it in that disease. is easily offended and scolds continually. These are the mental characteristics of **Baptisia. everything seems too narrow. Colic from anger. Acute melancholia and especially melancholia agitata come within the province of . There is a great dread of death which seems near. #Chamomilla. #Baptisia. Objects look smaller or strange. delusions of power and personal importance. crawling on bed. chewing finger nails. **Bryonia. irritable. [Bapt] This remedy is seldom used in mental affections. It is a useful remedy in hysterical mania. Exhaustive insanity and acute delirious mania with typhoid symptoms and rapid exhaustion. [Plat] The proud. with strong suicidal tendencies. there is indifference. Music excites. #Platinum. Gastro-enteric symptoms from anger. picking at the skin until sore. that are especially sensitive to pain. #Arsenicum. **Palladium. Trouble from anger. Mania complicated by chorea. Children and adults also. snappish.

thirst. It is indicated by nervous irritability. =MISCARRIAGE. It is indicated by frequent labor-like pains. headache and the peculiar uterine tenesmus of the remedy and violent aching of the body. #Viburnum opulus. Impending abortion from anger. It is useful for metritis accompanied by flooding from miscarriage. going around and through the pubes . ushered in by the appearance of blood. The flow is bright red and clotted. Hartmann recommended **Secale 12. It is useful for checking the tendency to miscarriage in the later months. **Belladonna. **Aconite. the mental conditions. [Sec] For miscarriage in the early months of pregnancy **Secale may be the remedy. then follow pain in the small of the back. a wan sunken countenance.**Arsenicum. especially in feeble and cachectic women. a copious haemorrhage of black fluid blood. Threatening miscarriage when the pains come from the back around to the lower part of the abdomen and go into the thighs. the pains indication the threatened miscarriage fly across the abdomen from side to side doubling the patient up. Threatened miscarriage with profuse hot haemorrhage . Restlessness. [Cimic] One of our most powerful restrainers of abortion. With this remedy there is an erethism combined with the exhaustion. laxness of tissues and a sense of weight in the anus. **Cinamomum. It is a remedy to be used in frequent and early miscarriages. #Secale. Threatened miscarriage from traumatism. **Sepia is one of our most important remedies as a preventive of miscarriage. [Sabin] This is a remedy useful to prevent impending abortion occurring about the third month. when the muscular tissue of the womb is largely developed. however . also **Chamomilla . tingling and formication of the extremities and a desire for air. physical exhaustion and midnight aggravation. backache. The least jar is painful. It will often stop these spasmodic pains. there are forcing and dragging pains from the sacrum to the pubes. **Silicea. **Arnica. **Sabina. #Cimicifuga. Useful for abortion from a strain or misstep with profuse haemorrhage and slight pain. It suits habitual abortion in women of a rheumatic diathesis. which is oftentimes the first symptom. will be different .

This is the great remedy in mouth affections. pain and sensitiveness. tendency to ulcerations of all forms. The more offensive the breath. There is also an excessive secretion of thick tenacious mucus. **Bryonia. It corresponds to aphthous and ulcerative stomatitis. acid saliva. the mucous membrane is in a most unhealthy condition. stomatitis materna. Bright's etc. dryness. the mouth is very hot and dry. **Helleborus niger. It has aphthous inflammation of the mouth. One of the best remedies for aphthous stomatitis in the poorly nourished. Mercurial stomatitis in nursing women. Sore mouth with salivation . with soreness and scabs around nostrils.with Chamomilla . **Kali chloratum. or with exhausting diseases. great foetor. #Borax. Gums ulcerated. in which the blood oozes from the gums. phthisis.the tongue is cracked and the mouth is exceedingly offensive. . salivation. the more indicated. the thrush is more often located on the inner surface of the cheeks. Hughes recommends this drug highly in simple stomatitis.feeble uterine contractions and scanty flow. indented tongue. [Bapt] Produces a low adynamic conditions. **Arum. mucous membrane bleeds easily. **Hydrastis. especially flat and superficial ulcers. It is also useful in mercurial stomatitis. acute catarrhal stomatitis. child refuses to nurse until its mouth has been moistened. with coated white tongue and a tough. =MOUTH AFFECTION OF. **Mercurius. the membrane is studded with showing teeth imprints. Violent inflammation of the mouth. throws its arms about. Child starts up in a fright. great nervous excitement will accompany the pains. is pale and livid and looks shriveled up: offensive breath. Nursing sore mouth. spongy and swollen. although also on tongue and fauces. There is severe pains in the back and sides of the abdomen. and seldom requires any other remedy. **Caulophyllum. **Kreasote is quite homoeopathic to some cases of stomatitis according to Hughes. which are dark red and offensive . The gums are white. the saliva is profuse and ropy and the glands about the neck are swollen. The mother will notice the hot mouth of the child when it nurses. A very useful remedy in false labor pains and also as a preventive of abortion. #Baptisia. ***Zopfy recommends this remedy as the one suitable to most cases of aphthae with increase of saliva.stringy . There should be an accompanying diarrhoea. puffy.

Common canker sores. ( Epidemic Parotitis. heat in mouth or black sloughing ulcers. ) #Belladonna. =MUMPS. **Salicylic acid. Foetor and ptyalism are also present. The aphthae become livid or bluish and the gums livid and bleeding. #Rhus toxicodendron. **Argentum nitricum. according to Dr. aphthae and whitish gums. The left side is more apt to be affected. corresponding to vascular engorgement. a specific in canker sore mouth. It is our best remedy in secondary parotitis. with soreness. **Kali phosphoricum 3X is. **Muriatic acid. pricking. This remedy has deep bluish ulcers in the mouth having dark edges. Canker with yellowish raised edges. the patient is restless and the symptoms are worse at night. The pains are flying and lancinating and extend to the ear. [Rhus-t] **Rhus corresponds to dark red swellings. bleed easily and have a foul odor. Common canker sores near the fraenum. corners of the mouth excoriated. worse on the right side. raw places in the mouth. It corresponds especially to severe forms of sloughing ulcers and aphthous sore mouth when occurring in exhausting diseases. fever and nervous irritability so common in this disease. It is useful when the swelling suddenly subsides. Its mouth symptoms are closely allied to those of Mercurius. and is followed by throbbing headache and delirium. Nervous . **Lachesis. breath offensive and gums are white. of Plymouth. The glands are swollen. Aphthous sore mouth . the gums are unhealthy. **Sulphuric acid. There is much aching in the limbs. Phytolacca and Natrum hypochlorosum all have canker sores. with purplish swellings and aggravation after sleep. **Lycopodium. **Helleborus. [Nit-ac] **Acrid saliva. dyspeptic flatulent persons where there is considerable ulceration.#Nitric acid. **Lachesis corresponds to leftsided mumps. splinter-like pains. [Bell] This is unquestionably the most important remedy. mouth and tongue covered with blisters. Mercurial stomatitis. The salivary glands are swollen and tender. Nitric acid. with tendency to erysipelatous inflammation and typhoid conditions. Michigan. Luther Peck. #Arsenicum. . [Ars] Gangrena oris . hot and sensitive to pressure. the mucous membrane is denuded.

the red. It seems to have an elective action on the trigeminus nerve. Neuralgia with great nervousness. yet there are a few that come to mind and use much more frequently than others. It is almost a specific for facial neuralgias of congestive form. For metastasis to the ovaries Pulsatilla may be the remedy. #Aconite. The special symptoms are tenderness. can hardly answer a civil question. **Chamomilla. patient declares that something must be done. **Pilocarpine muriate 3x is what Burnett terms his "big shot in mumps. cold winds. great excitement and intolerance of the pain. **Conium is indicated by excessive hardness of the swelling. The special features are the ***continuous pain not only in the nerve. #Pulsatilla. According to Baehr and other observers. with swelling of the face. worse at night and from warmth. =NEURALGIA. as if has a specific action on the salivary glands. The zygoma. . producing painful sensations. The tongue is thickly coated.#Mercurius. very impatient. swollen face. **Aconite is one of these. Of little use in the lower potencies. the mouth is dry and the pain is worse evenings and after lying down. offensive breath and threatening suppuration. ***tingling. but in the surroundings parts. It corresponds to recent cases in young subjects traceable to cold drafts. [Acon] While in Hering's Guiding Symptoms over seventy remedies are mentioned as applicable in various neuralgias. It is also applicable to rheumatic prosopalgia. **Plantago major is especially applicable to sharp neuralgic pains plying between the teeth and ears. it acts better in the higher potencies in neuralgia. thirst. [Puls] Especially useful in orchitic and mammary complications. etc. hot sweat. pains uterly intolerable. salivation. There is slight fever and it is useful in the later stages. This is one of our best remedies in mumps. accompanied with heat of face. Otalgia finds a valuable remedy in **Plantago. exposure to dry." It seems to affect especially the parotid gland. redness. cheek and articulation of the jaw are favorite seats of the pain. **Clematis and **Aurum may be useful in orchitic complications.

Left infra-mammary pains.tearing. Jousset places great reliance on it in high dilutions.mostly on left side. etc. are periodical and attended with anxiety at the heart and restlessness or preceded by palpitation. not inflammatory. are worse from noise. Neuralgia from eating. The attacks are paroxysmal. This remedy produces a picture of myalgia. Ovarian neuralgias are often greatly benefited by **colocynth. worse on left side. The pains are rheumatic. lacking the severity of **Spigelia. Abdominal neuralgias of a pure nervous type. The pains of **Colocynth are better from rest and pressure. worse at night. most violent about midnight. though the sciatica is right-sided. **Colchicum also has left-sided pains." Of great use in neuralgias of the supraorbital nerve following intermittent fever and abuse of quinine.#Colocynth.touch sending a shudder through the frame. will suggest **Cimicifuga.worse from dampness. accompanied with increase of tears and saliva. It is not so often indicated in chronic cases. but it is usually reflex. bright red and the . Neuralgias about the abdomen. but return as soon as pressure is removed. **Rhus. [Bell] Hartmann lays special emphasis on **Belladonna for infra-orbital neuralgic. There are violent cutting pains coming on towards evening. The location of the pain is in the nerves of the forehead.prosopalgia in nervous women. burning. and are relieved by absolute rest and warmth. ears and nape. catarrh. There is often a sensation as if the eye were too large. **Nux vomica has also proved useful in many cases. the paroxysms are of long duration and there are symptoms of vascular excitement.orbit and teeth of upper jaw. which often indicate ovarian troubles. or exposure.a kind of paralytic weakness..worse from change of weather. **Cimicifuga has supra-orbital neuralgia. This is also a remedy for recent cases traceable to emotions. Baehr claims first place for this remedy in the treatment of prosopalgia. chewing. **Spigelia. cold air. contact.sticking pains. jerking. #Belladonna. coming on afternoons and going off at night. the characteristic being tearing pressive pains worse from motion and touch and relieved by rest and external warmth. In prosopalgia the face is swollen. "Sun neuralgias. the pains radiate to temples. dependent upon uterine disturbances. motion.call for the remedy. jar. motion . Ciliary neuralgias or leftsided prosopalgias where the pain comes up over the head from the occiput. **Stannum pains gradually increase and gradually decrease.worse in damp weather.

burning neuralgic pains in the right malar bone. It suits especially infra-orbital forms with a Hippocratic countenance during the attack. China and Chininum sulphuricum are also useful remedies in malarial neuralgias.worse by contact and by draft of air. appearing every evening with clock-like regularity. [Ars] The more purely nervous the affection the more effective is **Arsenicum. neuralgias from influenza or simple debility with great aggravation at approach of night. It holds the first place in miasmatic neuralgias. profuse lachrymation. Among other remedies for malarial neuralgias are: **Natrum muriaticum. The pain are severe and drive the patient from place to place. The pains are . Its effect is rapid. especially of malarial origin. the distressed countenance. A malarial basis or complication is an additional indications. In prescribing **Arsenicum in neuralgia one must be careful not to give too low a potency. the restlessness and the periodicity.pain is particularly severe. penetrating. affections from abuse of quinine. hot needle-pain. **Sulphur. Periodicity. It has the well-known intermitting burning. worse at night and at rest. #Platinum. and sometimes rivals a powerful dose of **Opium. **Cedron. acute. Neuralgias worse at seashore. appearing and disappearing suddenly. **Atropine sulphuricum 3 is recommended by Kafka in case **Belladonna fails. Hale also speaks highly of **Atropine in neuralgias.and is especially severe just as the patient is about to go to sleep. **China has neuralgic pains which are ***aggravated by touching the parts. Most neuralgias that are recurrent are on an anaemic basis and here **China often finds its indications. numbness . ciliary neuralgias worse at midday. **Capsicum has fine. **Belladonna has a plethoric habit which strongly contrasts with **China. #Arsenicum. Baehr says Arsenicum quiets nervous pain better than any other medicine. The indications seem to be intermittency of the pains. stinging. It especially suits the trigeminal form due to malarial poisoning. and relief from external heat. even the 6th will often aggravate. the pains come and go suddenly and hyperaesthesia marks the remedy. [Plat] A useful remedy where there is a constrictive pain. as the nerves are apt to be specially irritated. Jerking and twitching of the muscles mark the remedy. Supra-orbital pains worse on left side with burning in eyes. or by a draft of cold air.

bruised feeling. worse on right side. but extends to the sides of the neck and shoulders. worse from worry or mental excitement. **Mezereum is most useful in ciliary neuralgia when there is a cold feeling in the eye. . as in **Stannum. pains shoot to shoulder blade. The tincture is recommended by Cowperthwaite. Senega. The parts feel crushed. The neuralgia is not confined to the facial nerve. There is a stupefying pressure and the pains are worse at the midnight hours. Neuralgias from hollow teeth. Neuralgias from hollow teeth.cramping. **Platinum suits especially hysterical subjects who have profuse. It has cured some of the most severe and long lasting cases. they are accompanied with chilliness and sensitiveness. worse at night.involving the teeth of the upper jaw. and if of syphilitic origin high dilutions of **Syphilinum will clear the field. pain at the root of the nose or in the other part of the body as if squeezed in a vise. etc. but other observes find the higher potencies quite as useful. tensive pain in the zygomatic bones worse from pressure. **Mercurius. causing numbness and tingling. **Rhus radicans. and it is one of the best remedies for neuralgias which are reflex from decayed teeth. **Kalmia has a neuralgia brought on by exposure to cold. and the aggravation from warmth. [Verb] Pressure. **Staphisagria. stitches in chest on every change of weather . mastication and cold air. sore spot in chest. #Verbascum.sore. pain and soreness. **Ranunculus bulbosus is the remedy for intercostal neuralgia with sharp stitching pains following the course of the nerves . thick. **Cimicifuga. aggravated by talking and sneezing. #Mezereum.rending pains. The pains also increase gradually and decrease gradually. Especially useful in mercurial and syphilitic subjects. [Mez] This remedy is indicated by the spreading character of the pains. pains in anterior mediastinum. black exhausting menses. **arnica. After the attack there is a numbness remaining. which pain violently at times. It is a chief remedy in intercostal neuralgia setting in with zona or shingles. especially suitable to old people with a mouth full of hollow stumps. as if squeezed between tongs. a psoric or arthritic soil will demand as a systemic remedy an antipsoric such as **Sulphur or Lycopodium. Among other remedies having chest pains are: **Gaultheria.

Scrofulous constitution. These are valuable symptoms. worse in the morning . which contain fat. **Prunus is frequently promptly curative in severe ciliary neuralgias with agonizing lightning-like pains. eats enormously and yet grows thin. has a diarrhoea of copious soft. the saliva has a greasy taste. attended with frequent urination. #Calcarea carbonica [Calc] is especially adapted to neuralgias in those of a leucophlegmatic temperament. flabby muscles. #Iodine. also Hypericum. **Allium cepa. whether of psoric. Farrington gives the following symptoms as indicative of the remedy: Burning distress in the region go the pancreas. there is a soapy taste in . with vomiting of a sweetish water. It also has violent copious vomiting of a watery or sour substance. neuralgias involving whole of side of head and neck. There is great emaciation: the patient is hungry. To treat neuralgias successfully one should not rely alone on the symptoms. DISEASES OF. darting and are relieved by warmth. It is curative in a typical facial neuralgia where the pains are intermitting. Nueralgias of stumps after amputation. but take into consideration the neuralgic temperament and the soil that produces such. watery. and relieved by warm applications. disposition to grow fat. sycotic or some other toxaemic basis. aversion to cold air. =PANCREAS. sick headaches may accompany. the least cold air goes through fat. [Iod] This remedy causes in its action upon the salivary gland an increased secretion of watery saliva. feet are always damp and cold. there is a watery diarrhoea which contains undigested fat. [Iris] This remedy has a positive effect upon the pancreas. **pulsatilla is one of the best remedies for acute facial neuralgias of rheumatic origin. [Mag-p] This remedy has an excellent clinical record in neuralgias. the least cold air goes through and through. and Dr. #Iris versicolor. worse right side. foamy stools. and there is a violent pain in the epigastrium and back.#Magnesia phosphorica. flabby muscles. It has pain from right mental foramen along jaw to ear. aversion to cold air. this relief from warmth being the guiding symptom.

**Belladonna is the most efficacious remedy in acute haemorrhagic pancreatitis. It is useful. Not so suitable chronic cases. and here it has proved exceedingly useful. and the patient anaemic. It is especially adapted to all forms of paralysis which are of a rheumatic origin or brought on by getting wet or exposure to dampness in any form. in atrophy of the pancreas with diabetes. **Cocculus has paralysis of the lower extremities from cold. recent cases with pain in the paralyzed part. yellow. [Bell] Reil and Buechner class **Belladonna among remedies for pancreatic affections." Baehr recommends **Atropine sulphate in pancreatic diseases. of fat the face is pale. =PARALYSIS. Cowperthwaite published a large number of cases of facial paralysis cured with . There is much stiffness in the limbs. is characteristic. It has simple paralysis of the lower extremities. In this latter affection **Sulphur should not be forgotten. #Causticum. **Natrum muriaticum is also valuable in paralysis from cold. The later says: "Catarrh of the pancreatic duct is best met by **Belladonna followed by **Mercurius. from damp cold. or a beginning paralysis worse from damp weather. though it may be of great use in such forms as acute infantile paralysis. liver or kidneys. Facial paralysis from exposure to dry cold weather. eye and facial. and it suits particularly chronic cases. The stools are undigested. [Rhus-t] Hahnemann commented on the power of **Rhus in curing paralysis of the lower extremities. especially in those of a rheumatic diathesis. Hysterical paralysis. containing particles. where there are evidences of fatty degeneration of the various organs. especially of the heart. **Rhus vies with Causticum in paralysis of the muscles. Oily looking stool with particles in the looking like frog spawn or sago. #Rhus toxicodendron. a dragging gait. #Phosphorus. [Phos] This remedy will prove valuable in tuberculous patients. **Dulcamara is in many respects similar to **Rhus. or caused by lying on the damp ground. Also in paralysis caused by nervous fevers and typhus. [Caust] This remedy also has paralysis from exposure to the cold of winter. #Belladonna.the mouth and general enlargement of the glands.

It also has paralysis after apoplexy. also paraplegia. inability to select the proper word is an important indication. especially in acute cases. tongue. [Gels] Complete motor paralysis. **Kalmia also has this. who used **Aconite for all ailments claimed that it was the sovereign remedy for almost every species of paralysis. **Cannabis Indica and **Staphisagria have tingling. Aphonia. There are more contractions and spasms under **Causticum than Baryta. paralysis of the larynx. and Hartmann says that glossal paralysis can scarcely ever be cured with **Baryta.**Causticum 30. Hempel. It is also a great remedy in ptosis of rheumatic origin. #Plumbum. It is one of our best remedies in post-diphtheritic and in infantile paralysis. well indicate the remedy. **Nux vomica. [Plum] Paralysis. the paralysis remaining after the patient has recovered otherwise. Facial paralysis of young people where the tongue is implicated. which causes paralysis by producing degeneration of the coats of the blood vessels. is the watchword of **Plumbum. contractive sensations and heaviness in the limbs. pharynx. Paralysis of the aged. paralysis of the extensors. Paralysis of the ocular muscles. Wrist drop. there is want of steadiness. #Gelsemium. **Conium has paralysis of central region. the sensation is little involved . the speech is thick from paretic conditions of the tongue. Post-diphtheritic paralysis. and the tendency of the paralysis is to move from below upwards. **Rhus. It has also paralysis of single parts. Sulphur and **Causticum have paralysis from cold. Paralysis due to sclerosis or fatty . In paralysis which is remote form apoplexy. face. **Baryta carbonica. It has the well-known numbness and tingling. **Argentum nitricum. Acute ascending paralysis. cold winds. Paraplegia with tingling. Paralysis of the bladder in old men. Paralysis from emotions. while the ptosis of **Sepia is dependent on menstrual difficulties. Bayes recommends **Baryta in facial paralysis and also in paralysis of old people. rather functional than organic in origin. Other evidences of its paretic conditions are found in the aphonia and the weakness of the sphincter vesicae. and its symptoms are certainly indicative of the truth of his assertion. etc. It is more apt to be right-sided. Jahr lauds **Causticum in paralysis. Facial paralysis accompanied with coldness from exposure to dry. and its value in this affection seems established. with atrophy. Paralysis of the lower extremities. ptosis. #Aconite.

Paralysis agitans. =PLEURISY. Tremor followed by Paralysis. Zincum and Hyoscyamus are the principal remedies in this affection. Bayes states that he has not seen any beneficial results from **Plumbum in paralysis of the lower extremities. **Cuprum is quite similar to **Plumbum in many paralytic conditions. [Bry] This remedy suits most cases of pleurisy. with pale. It is often found useful to .worse on the right side. and its symptoms picture this disease more closely than any of our remedies. dry cold skin. **Plumbum. high fever. usually indicate **Bryonia. There are friction sounds present and the great characteristic of sharp. and in such cases the symptoms will point to it. and hence **Mercurius should be a remedy for paralysis agitans. Ptosis. **Ranunculus bulbosus.and it does seem to affect the upper extremity more than the lower. which are worse from the slightest motion. **Alumina has paralysis of the lower extremities. The paralysis of **Plumbum is probably of spinal origin. weariness even while sitting.stitching pains. Arnulphy thinks **Phosphorus homoeopathic to all forms of paralysis due to degenerative processes and especially when resulting from a drain on the sexual system. sharply defined chill. heavy tongue. even breathing is painful and the patient lies on the painful side of lessen the motion. The legs are so heavy that the patient can scarcely drag them. especially of spinal origin. The good effects of the remedy are usually manifested promptly. stitching pains in the chest.degeneration. The mercurial tremor resembles this affection. #Phosphorus [Phos] has also proved useful in paralysis from fatty degeneration of the nerve cells. Atropine sulphate. **Aconite. Sharp. It comes in after **Aconite. constipation. This remedy for the chills. Functional paralysis from fatigue. though the fever may still be considerable. Paralysis with contractions. #Bryonia. however. Dr. paralysis after apoplexy. It should be given after the stage of exudation has arrived and the fever has abated somewhat. but it is only useful in the first stage before the exudation has taken place. there may be sharp stitches in the chest from the intense congestion. "Dry" pleasure during pneumonia or phthisis. An additional indication for **Aconite would be in case the attack arose from a chill following a checked perspiration. it seems. to have more cramping. but these.if marked. Progressive spinal paralysis calls for the remedy.

it oftentimes promptly relieves the painful asthmatic respiration and favors absorption. there ia a sharp." #Apis [Apis] Pleurisy with exudation. profuse sweats. Dr. #Cantharis. Also a pleuritic remedy. It is the remedy of remedies in the first stage of . of the congestive type. Knife-like pains in the left axilla. It usually is a quick acting remedy. It follows **Aconite and **Bryonia well. tendency to syncope with scanty and albuminous urine. [Canth] A valuable remedy in profuse sero-fibrinous exudations. Hale says: " It seems to be a lesser Bryonia and is probably not adapted to serve cases. It will often clear up cases of purulent pleurisy which tend to induce consumption. **Arnica. pains relieved by bending forward. #Arsenicum. **Asclepias. in any school. **Stannum. =PNEUMONIA. It will hardly ever fail in plastic pleurisy when its specific indications are present. hacking cough. Pleuritis from external injury calls for **Arnica . [Ars] Serous pleurisy. **Arsenicum iodatum is suitable to tuberculous cases and also **Iodoform. hydrothorax . the suffering is intense. a useful remedy in the stage of effusion after the fever has abated and the pains have disappeared.Jousset accounts **Cantharis a leading drug in pleurisy with effusion. palpitation. scanty expectoration. **Hepar. #Belladonna. [Acon] Probably no fact is more fully established in medicine. weakness. It has caused this condition in animals. It is useful in traumatic and haemorrhagic cases. It is one of our most valuable absorbents. there is a dry. than the beneficial action of Aconite action of **Aconite in pulmonary congestions. stitching pain through the left lung to the back. worse lying on back and from least motion. Purulent exudation . [Bell] Pleurisy in children. also an excellent remedy in pleurisy complicated with bronchitis.absorb the effusion. #Aconite. **Sulphur suits all forms of exudation. often ushered in by convulsions instead of fever. is indicated by dyspnoea.

but not thick.of death. be used in this or any disease in the first or any stage unless the symptoms call for it. [Iod] this remedy is one both for the first and second stage of pneumonia. The skin is hot and dry. it thus corresponds to what are termed secondary pneumonias. perhaps more often indicated at the commencement of a pneumonia than is **Aconite. is a remedy for the first stage before exudation takes place. **Veratrum viride in some is similar to **Aconite in some particulars. cold winds. there may be some expectoration present. appear suddenly. #Ferrum phosphoricum. however. especially for the croupous form. with **kali muriaticum. [Ferr-p] This. A great indication for Aconite in pulmonary congestions is **suddenness . and there is ad tendency to rapid extension of the . oppressed and hurried breathing. which would show that the inflammatory action was extending. there are extensive rales. and. and the two drugs need never be confounded. dry. It is. if so it is watery. The symptoms are these: High fever preceded by a distinct chill. whether appearing at the onset of the diseases or during its course. watery and blood streaked. With these symptoms there is great restlessness. may be blood tinged. like **Aconite. but it is easily distinguished. without moisture upon it. and perhaps less of that extreme restlessness and anxiety that characterizes **Aconite.of **Aconite. ***there is a hard. teasing and painful cough. Thick expectoration indicates that exudation is commencing. serous and frothy. tossing about.because it corresponds more closely to the symptoms usually found in that stage. which is poorly borne. hard and tense. and then **Aconite is no longer the remedy. It will strengthen confidence in remedies to see **Aconite act in these cases. #Iodine. very little thirst. It should not. dry. There is pain also with **Aconite. there is a full rapid pulse and a great deal of arterial excitement. forms the Schuesslerian treatment of this disease. when appearing at all. if there be any expectoration it is thin. anxiety and perhaps fear . It is a useful remedy for violent congestions of the lungs. the pulse is full. for it is per-eminently in such patients that congestions. This remedy. and especially so if it occurs in young and plethoric persons who are full of life and vigor.like **Aconite.of onset. and bloody expectoration. It has high fever and restlessness like aconite. . the eyes are glistening and there is a red streak down through the centre of the tongue. **Gelsemium lacks the suddenness . There is high fever. especially in the aged and debilitated. a history of exposure may also be taken into consideration. Here apathy is marked.pneumonia.

slight delirium and apathy. and claimed that it would arrest the process of hepatization within twenty-four hours. the pulse is full. this latter symptom is a characteristic keynote of the drug. T. The fever continues. and is perhaps more strongly indicated in the croupous form of pneumonia. it furnishes a better pathological picture of the disease than any other. It is also favorably spoken of by Prof. the tongue will most likely be dry.little use after hepatization has taken place. so typical of pneumonia.chest oppdression and stomach symptoms of nausea and vomiting. quick and small indicates **Aconite. hard and rapid. the lung breaking down with hectic and suppurative symptoms. **Iodine may also be a remedy in the later stages when resolution does not progress. and thus it is seem that its use is more in the beginning of the disease. but it differs from that drug. and the patient will most likely be dry. #Bryonia [Bry] is the remedy for pneumonia. in that it is of . #Veratrum viride. He considered that **Aconite was entirely unnecessary in the treatment of pneumonia. it being full and hard. and it comes in after *Aconite. and especially where there is great arterial excitement. There may be circumscribed redness of the cheeks. dyspnoea. prescribed drop doses of **Iodine in the 1st. Ferrum phosphoricum and **Veratrum viride. bloated face and headache and you have **veratrum viride.2d or 3d dilution every hour or so as soon as physical signs of pneumonia showed themselves. Allen. the sputum is blood streaked. our celebrated German confrere. and the tongue has a red streak down the center. and here it greatly resembles **Sanguinaria. Hard. The . There is a decided cough and great difficulty in breathing. [Verat] In violent congestions about the chest preceding pneumonia **Veratrum viride may be the remedy. the pulse will indicate. Kafka. F.hepatization. Strike out anxiety and alarm and insert an ugly delirium with a deeply flushed. but the skin is not as hot and the patient not as restless as in **Aconite. the engorgement is profound. and there are usually sharp stitching pleuritic pains. There is high fever. One must beware not to encourage cardiac depression with this remedy. Dr. the cough of **Bryonia is looser and more moist than that of **Aconite. It is a right-sided remedy and attacks the parenchyma of the lung. as if the chest would not expand.l and the patient will want to keep perfectly quiet. The air cells at the bottom of the lobes are filling up with frothy mucus. violent action of the heart.the cough of **Bryonia is also hard and dry at times and the sputum is scanty and rust colored.

it seems as though the chest walls would fly to pieces. naturally follows as the exudate begins to often. Clinical experience has proved that this drug in alternation with **Ferrum phosphoricum constitutes a treatment of pneumonia which has been very successful in many hands. viscid expectoration and the tongue is coated white. and cerebral symptoms during pneumonia often yield better to **Phosphorus than to **Belladonna. There is cough . who used the remedy extensively. labored breathing. as under **Bryonia. it is given simply because there is a fibrinous exudation in the lung substance. there are mucous rales. **Tuberculinum. are relieved by lying on the right o. as if something were torn loose. some using it in very .of a low character. although it is one of the few drugs which have been known to produce hepatization. the fever is .r painful side. and competent observers are convinced that it has an important place in the treatment of pneumonia. be cause this lessens the motions . Coughs which hurt distant parts of the body call for **Bryonia. The symptoms calling for **Kali muriaticum as laid down by Schuessler are very meager. #Kali muriaticum. **par excellence. Hepar sulphur. a hint which comes from Dr. it is the remedy of the third stage.Jousset. In pneumonias complicated by pleurisy **Bryonia is the remedy. the remedy when the lungs are completely hepatized.with pain under sternum. It is better suited to the second stage.patient dreads to cough and holds his breath to prevent it on account of the pain it causes. #Phosphorus [Phos] is "the great mogul of lobar pneumonia. When bronchial symptoms are present it is the remedy. There is a white. there is pressure across the upper part of the chest and constriction of the larynx. sputa yellowish mucus. for when the third stage appears with its thick.of that side. and is complementary. with blood streaks therein. [Kali-m] Since the advent of Schuesslerism this has been a favorite remedy with some physicians. Halbert believes that **Cantharis relieves the painful features of the early development of the exudate better than any other remedy. yellowish expectoration it is replaced by **Kali sulphuricum in the biochemic nomoenclature. and not without a good ground for its favoritism." It should be remembered that **Phosphorus is not. The pains in the chest. Arnulphy says that in lobular pneumonia this remedy surpasses **Phosphorus or Antimonium tartaricum. After **Phosphorus. there is pressure across the upper part of the chest and constriction of the larynx. like **Bryonia. **Phosphorus most commonly follows **Bryonia in pneumonia. or rustcolored. besides being worse by motion and breathing.

which causes an oppression . perhaps more often indicative of **Chelidonium than of any other remedy. which . there are stitching pains under the right scapula. There is also a sensation as if the chest were full of blood.is similar to **Antimonium tartaricum. The right lung is more often affected in cases calling for **chelidonium. Lilienthal says **Phosphorus is our great tonic to the heart and lungs. Hughes maintains that **Phosphorus should be given in preference to almost any medicine in acute chest affections in young children. When typhoid symptoms occur in the course of pneumonia then **Phosphorus will come in beautifully. the heart is weak and irregular. Bilious pneumonia is. There are fine moist rales heard all over the hepatized portion of the lungs. being complementary to it.case intercurrently. as under **Lycopodium.even becoming so to the patient himself. #Chelidonium. [Ant-t] This drug is especially indicated in pneumonia and pleuro-pneumonia at the stage of resolution. here resembling **Veratrum viride. doses varying from 6x to 30x. Nash considers this remedy one . With **chelidonium there is an excess of secretion in the tubes. [Sang] When **Sanguinaria is indicated in pneumonia there will be fever. **Phosphorus follows **Bryonia well. a dry cough. those of **Mercurius being slimy and accompanied by tenesmus. meaning that it is more frequently indicated than any other. sticking pains more on the right side. burning and fullness in the upper chest. The hands and feet are either very hot or very cold. while those of **Ipecac are ***coarse. It has been greatly praised in catarrhal pneumonia of young children where there is plentiful secretion and inability to raise it. **Sanguinaria has imperfect resolution and purulent expectoration. especially in the afternoon. here resembling **Phosphorus.of breathing. as under **Antimonium tartaricum. #Sanguinaria. loose rattling cough and difficult expectoration. a symptom met with commonly enough in pneumonia. as in **Sulphur but it is more offensive.of the best in typhoid pneumonia. the expectoration is also apt to be blood-streaked.of chest. these are different from the **Ipecac rales. **Hyoscyamus. **Mercurius is quite similar in bilious pneumonia. dyspnoea. there is great engorgement of the lungs and the congestion is very intense. With . It has circumscribed redness and burning heat of the cheeks. and the expectoration is rustcolored. the stools will decide. and fan-like motions of the alae nasi. and an inability to raise the same. Dr. oppression . #Antimonium tartaricum. they are ***fine. sharp.

Bilious symptoms. There are also sharp. perhaps. **Kali carbonicum is the remedy. stitching pains and high fever. worse towards morning. Jones says a dyspnoea occurring at night between 12 and 2 causing the patient to sit up in bed is a valuable symptom.***Antimonium tartaricum there is great oppression of breathing. aching over lungs.in very young children. In purulent expectoration **Sanguinaria is the better remedy. unlike **Bryonia they come whether the patient moves or not. stringy expectoration. stitching pains in the chest. more closely corresponds to the catarrhal form than it does to the croupous. especially where it is offensive even to the patient himself. perhaps. J. It will prevent. and it. general weakness. this remedy is particularly indicated . as in the aged or . ulceration threatened. if the symptoms indicate it. the patient feels sure that the next cough will raise the mucus. wheezing and whistling breathing. #Kali carbonicum [Kali-c] is. . #Sulphur is a remedy to be used in any stage of pneumonia. **Sulphur is the remedy. with tendency to develop into tuberculosis. but. Weakness and faintness are characteristic symptoms. is raised with difficulty. the patient at night restless and feverish. It will prevent hepatization and cause imperfect and slow resolution to react. if present. muco-purulent expectoration slow speech. compelling the patient to sit up to breath. like in all of the **Kalis. and there is no tendency to recuperation then one may depend upon **Sulphur. a most useful remedy in delayed or partial resolution. Hughes says it is the best remedy where the case threatens to run into acute phthisis. more similar to **Bryonia than any drug in the symptom of sharp. In pneumonia with intense dyspnoea and a great deal of mucus on the chest. There is one peculiar symptom. as there are many of these in its pathogenesis. which. especially if the cough be tormenting. When the case has a typhoid tendency and the lung and the lung tends to break down. It comes in with benefit ofttimes where **Antimonium tartaricum and **Ipecac have failed to raise the expectoration. do not contra-indicate. **Kali bichromicum may be indicated by its well-known tough. but it does not. where there are rales. dry tongue and symptoms of hectic. and are more in the lower part of the right lung. If the lung be hepatized. There is a tightness across the chest. These are worse by motion. G. **Lycopodium is also. if given in the beginning. Its field is especially in neglected pneumonias in psoric constitutions. Dr. When there is deficient reaction. as under **Bryonia.

a tendency to remove undue soreness of the uterus and abdominal walls. It is. the patient is haggard and sick in the morning. **Anacardium. fever coated tongue bitter taste and aching in back and limbs. almost suppressed flow of milk. #Nux vomica. accompanied by the gloomy. of the chest. Thus. too. with scanty. **Aconite. the 200th potency works well. **Symphoricarpus.=PREGNANCY. By some physicians this remedy is considered specific. #Bryonia. like **Hamamelis. #Magnesia carbonica. This remedy has been used successfully in the nausea and vomiting of pregnancy. Dr. and certainly it acts as a palliative in many cases. The drug **par excellence for milk leg. the lX dilution is recommended. insomnia during pregnancy. exquisitely sensitive to the touch and feel heavy this remedy is most useful. it is useful in threatened abortion when the character of the pains are changeable. **Hamamelis. it is claimed that by acting on the uterine walls it stimulates their growth and prevents irregular developments and subsequent irregular contractions and this tends to normal presentations. retching predominates over vomiting. tearful disposition. **Carbolic acid will cure vomiting of pregnant women. **Cerium oxalate. Burdick used the 200th. more over. In cases where **Sepia fails **Opium will often cure. It has deathy nausea and vomiting. [Bry] In milk fever. fear of death. the pains are worse at night and compel the patient to get up and walk about. **Nux has toothache in cross. **Sepia is frequently indicated in the constipation of pregnancy. has.who at the same time have a frantic . [Mag-s] Toothache of pregnant women has been relieved by this remedy. there is chilliness. It also. It is useful after delivery when the breasts are swollen and painful. Similar the relief from eating characterizes. [Puls] This remedy suits many ailments of the pregnant state. #Pulsatilla. Indicated by mental symptoms. and there is faintness and oppression. a useful remedy for false pains. Then. [Nux-v] Morning sickness. **Natrum phosphoricum is a very useful remedy in the nausea of the early months of pregnancy. morose women. AFFECTIONS OF. Vesical symptoms accompanying pregnancy call for **Pulsatilla. in retained placenta from the feeble contractions of the uterus. splitting headache. where the breasts are stony hard. impending abortion caused by anger.

The gland is hot.it stops and starts. #Conium. Dr. pressure in the perinaeum near anus while urinating.headache and are irritable. Stitches from rectum into the bladder. . [Rhus-t] From the earliest homoeopathic times **Rhus has been the great rheumatic remedy of the school. and the difference between these remedies must be repeated once more. comparing only with **Bryonia. Here also come in our regular inflammation polychrests such as **Aconite and Belladonna and it will not be necessary to go outside of them. Bessey. **Spongia is also is also a remedy for this condition. but its homoeopathic use seems confined to acute cases of enlarged and inflamed prostate. Sabal is not altogether useless in senile hypertrophy. The writer has seen a marked palliative action in several cases and avoidance of surgical interference. [Con] This remedy is useful in chronic hypertrophy of the prostate with difficulty in voiding urine. The 3X is advised. frequent urination and general discomfort due to prostatic hypertrophy. #Rhus toxicodendron. =RHEUMATISM. swollen and painful. #Thuja. speaks highly of **Cimicifuga in prostatic hypertrophy. [Thuj] Frequent pressing to urinate with small discharge. and there is an accompanying catarrh of the bladder. Discharge of prostatic juice in the morning on awaking. **Lycopodium. AFFECTIONS OF. #Chimaphila [Chim] gives occasional good results in relieving the tenesmus. #Sabal serrulata. =PROSTATE GLAND. [Sabal] This medicine has been recommended for various prostatic troubles. of Toronto. patient strains much. The suitability of **Conium to the complaints of the aged should be considered. #Ferrum picratum [Ferr-p] is one of the best medicines for prostatic enlargements in the aged.

**Rhododendron is similar. however. **Rhus will not cure every case of rheumatism. 2. being to fibrous tissues what **Arnica is to the softer structures. They are worse from sitting and worse from rising from a sitting position. The aggravation from damp weather and cold. but it will cure a good many.**Rhus **Bryonia Restlessness and desire to Disposition to keep perfectly move about continually. continued motion. The relief of all the symptoms by warmth. on still. or on first commencing to move. Damp weather and the approach of storms aggravate. It is also. in that change of weather aggravates. a remedy for the effects of overexertion such as sprains. 5. . Warmth also relieves the **Rhus rheumatism. sheaths of muscles itself. Relief from continued motion. paralyzed sensations and even stitches. the lower extremities seem to have suffered most in the provers. The character of the **Rhus pains is first a stiffness and soreness. however.of the body. The sudden pain in the back known as "crick" is met well with **Rhus. cold air is not tolerated. This is not especially etc.drawing. relieves. wrenches. these causes. **Rhus **Bryonia Suitable especially to Suitable to rheumatism of the rheumatism affecting fibrous joints and of muscular tissues tissues. The stiffness and soreness. it may be mentioned in passing. the lumbago. being sometimes worse from motion. It is perhaps the most often indicated of any remedy in lumbago. though exposure to wet when a Bryonia rheumatism from overheated and perspiring. and yet sometimes pains force patient to move .. The great keynotes of **Rhus are the following: 1. The rheumatism keeling for **Rhus may appear in any part . **Rhus has an especial affinity for the deep muscles of the back. since moving causes an account of the relief it to aggravation of of all aches the aches and pains.. Rheumatism from the case with Bryonia. there are also tearing pains. it seems to make the skin painful. 3. All **Rhus rheumatic symptoms are relieved by motion. The aggravation when first beginning to move. 4. etc. Cold also aggravates.

like Guaiacum and Ledum. but absence of fever will distinguish it from Bryonia.f which the patient lies. and the joints are violently inflamed. which gives rise to rheumatism. The pains are sharp.stitching or cutting in character. and it is .#Bryonia. while **Bryonia tends to copious exudation. namely the aggravation from the slightest motion. and it also inflames the muscle tissue. **Rhus has a cracking of the lower jaw when chewing. There is but little tendency for the rheumatism of **Bryonia to shift about like that of **Pulsatilla or **Kalmia. swollen. remedy occurs only at night.of rheumatoid arthritis. and the great feature of the drug should always be present. **Colocynth has a stiffness about the joints and is also a useful remedy in articular rheumatism. Pains impel patient temporarily. also. There is much weakness and trembling with **Causticum. **Bryonia seems to suit well the acid condition of the blood. [Bry] The rheumatism o. where there is a scanty effusion. **Rhus The restlessness of this Restlessness all the time. The tendons seem shortened and the limbs are drawn out of shape. General constitutional symptoms will most likely be present in cases calling for **Bryonia. **Bryonia. Excessive tenderness of the soles of the feet in rheumatism may suggest antimonium crudum. there is relief from warmth. The following are some of the differences: **Causticum.of little use in arthritic troubles if fever be . red. Rheumatism from damp wet Rheumatism caused by dry. There are drawing muscular pains sand soreness of the parts o. [Caust] this remedy resembles Rhus quite closely in many respects. constant motion. Touch and pressure also aggravate. shiny. Nux and Colchicum are the four chief remedies having aggravation from motion. As with Rhus. cold weather. as with all the preparations of potash. has gouty concretions in the joints. producing articular rheumatism.l and very hot. causing muscular rheumatism. it has a sour sweat.f **Bryonia attacks the joints themselves. Motion relieves the frosty air. It is a sort . Ledum. **Kali carbonicum has stitching pains. It is not liable to be mistaken for any other remedy. **Ledum has some points of similarity. The muscles are sores and swollen. Causticum. which does not relieve. It would come in in articular rheumatism. It has been found useful in rheumatism about the articulations of the jaw. The symptoms calling for **Causticum are a stiffness of the joints. #Causticum.

Other characteristics of the **Pulsatilla rheumatism are the aggravation from warmth. **Ledum produces and cures in certain cases an obstinate swelling of the feet. prominent among them being **Kalmia. But other remedies have this symptom also. and a sprained feeling in the hip-joints are some of its important symptoms. the effusion into the joints is scanty and it soon hardens and forms the nodosities above mentioned.by the warmth . too a restlessness with the remedy. weakness of the limbs and numbness and coldness of the surface. but it is not a well-proven remedy and need only be thought of to try when **Pulsatilla seems the remedy yet fails. The characteristics of **Ledum may be thus summed up: 1. wandering rheumatic pains being one of its red strings. Upward extension of the pains 2.of the bed. Kali bichromicum and that member of the tissue family most resembling **Pulsatilla. There is. Sulphur. causes acute.present. #Pulsatilla. the pains are so severe that the patient is compelled to moves. ankle and tarsal joints are the most usual seat of the trouble when **Pulsatilla is indicated. **Ledum seems to haves a predilection for the smaller joints. There is little trouble in distinguishing **Pulsatilla from any or all of these remedies by its general symptoms. The knee. aggravation in the evening. especially the latter. too. **Ledum. Wine aggravates all the symptoms of this drug. The pains are made worse from the warmth of the bed. Weakness of the ankle-joint. [Puls] **Pulsatilla is usually brought prominently to mind when there is a tendency for the rheumatism to shift about. 3. easy motion relieves. [Led] Ledum is one of our best remedies for rheumatism ands gout. Like **Caulophyllum and some others. and slow. It is useful. It may also be mentioned that **Ledum is an excellent remedy in erythema nodosum. Kali sulphuricum. Colchicum. namely. like Colchicum. but the character of the pains will distinguish. namely. **Kalmia also has pains which travel upwards. after the abuse of **Colchicum in large doses. Bryonia. as also with **Lycopodium and Ferrum. will give the most trouble. contracted tendons. **Kali sulphuricum. Tendency to the formation of nodes in the small joints. which is of rheumatic origin. going from below upwards. Aggravation . Aggravation by motion. A prominent use for **Pulsatilla is in gonorrhoeal . and the relief from cold. #Ledum. however. tearing pains in the joints. The great symptom which has always been regarded as the distinctive characteristic is the direction the pains takes. Nodes form in them and the pains travel up the limbs. 4.

which at once distinguishes it from **Pulsatilla. it is homoeopathic. which. In valvular deposits **Kalmia and Lithium carbonicum are our foremost drugs. "the **Kalmia rheumatism. and in this symptom of weakness it resembles **colchicum. Inflammatory rheumatism. almost always travels upwards.rheumatism. shifting from joint to joint. [Kalm] **Kalmia is another of the remedies which have wandering rheumatic pains. it has relief in a warm room. and it is especially useful in rheumatism affecting the chest.Jousset insists upon the efficacy of **Aconite tincture in acute rheumatic fever. as well as for wandering rheumatic pains. or when rheumatism or gout shifts from the joints to the heart. It is especially adapted to rheumatism of the smaller joints. but to the local affections caused by the rheumatic poison." while Farrington says. like **Rhus. of course. **Ranunculus . "barometer pains. especially when cold and damp. Dr. the rheumatic pains are mostly in the upper parts of the arms and lower parts of the legs. and are worse when going to sleep. #Kalmia. Hering says that the rheumatism of **Kalmia "generally goes from the upper to the lower parts. like that of **Ledum. with a feeling of subcutaneous ulceration. #Cimicifuga. **Aconite is often a useful remedy in the first stage of rheumatic fever. **Kali bichromicum is also a remedy for gonorrhoeal rheumatism. It is in many cases a specific antidote to the whole condition. The joints are swollen and the pains are sharp and stinging. without fever. are worse during rest. **Thuja is another remedy for gonorrhoeal rheumatism. **Dulcamara is a prominent remedy for rheumatism. [Cimic] Another example of family relationship in rheumatic troubles may be found in the ranunculaceae family." At any rate. it is in a less degree than **Ledum or **Rhododendron. furnishes us another useful rheumatic remedy. Its great keynote is its susceptibility to changes in the weather. **Pulsatilla we have already seen. made worse by sudden changes in the weather. excruciating pains. The Rhododendron family."and its pains. Although **Kalmia has some action on the smaller joints. which is **Rhododendron itself. high fever. It also has tearing pains in the legs. with tendency to attack the heart. as we have already seem Ledum to be. not only to the fever. are made worse by motion. will be benefited by **Kalmia. The pains about the chest in **Kalmia cases shoot down into the stomach and abdomen. but with great weakness. The muscles of the neck are sore and the back is lames. driven there perhaps by external applications. Rheumatism dependent on disturbance of the liver or stomach is apt to find its remedy in **Pulsatilla. besides **Ledum and Kalmia. without swelling.

differs from **Cimicifuga in having rheumatism of the metacarpal and phalangeal articulations of the hand. but motion aggravates. the belly of the muscles rather than the extremities. It differs from **Rhus by not acting on fibrous structures. etc. **Viola odorata and Ruta have rheumatism of the wrists. Ledum and Benzoic acid in this respect. #Colchicum. the pain seems unbearable. the joints are swollen and dark red. and this right in the fleshy part of the muscles. here resembling **Nux vomica. **Cimicifuga is a rheumatic remedy. **Actaea spicata. for the smaller joints. Ledum and Rhododendron. the muscles have a bruised feeling. As we have already seen.and periosteum. being rather a remedy for muscular rheumatism. and changeable. aponeuroses. coming on suddenly and of great severity. acts on the small joints of the hands and feet. It has a special affinity for fibrous tissues. Under **Cimicifuga there is great restlessness. It is a remedy too. **Lithium carbonicum also has rheumatism of the finger joints. with pains about the heart and a sensation as if the heart were squeezed by a tight bandage. will find its remedy in **Cimicifuga. **Colchicum is no mean remedy in rheumatism. on the contrary. the joints ache and swell while the patient is walking.bulbosus is especially useful in rheumatism of the muscles of the chest and trunk. with tendency to heart complications and it must be compared with **Kalmia. tendons. worse at night and in wet and windy weather. another of the same family. There is great evening aggravation. **Caulophyllum. And there are ad few more: **Benzoic acid has rheumatism of the small joints. [Colch] Although usually thought of in gout.. the patient is irritable. it may do . It is also prone to occur in the large muscles of the trunk rather than the small muscles of the extremities. Sometimes it is useful when the rheumatism attacks the chest. gouty nodosities with great characteristic accompaniment of extremely offensive urine.m there are a number of remedies affecting the smaller joints of the hands and feet. **Colchicum is especially useful for rheumatic affections in debilitated persons those who ares weak-weakness being the characteristic. There is a great deal of soreness. damp weather aggravates. it has rheumatic soreness about the heart. Pulsatilla. so similar in many other ways. The pains are worse in the evening. It is finally well to remember that **Colchicum is rarely indicated early in rheumatism but later when the patient is weak and exhausted. **Ammonium phosphoricum has nodes and concretions in the joints. its chief symptom is great aching in the muscles. weeping sinews. cracking in joints. It has also shifting rheumatism like **Kalmia. the slightest motion aggravates. such as **Actaea spicata. Caulophyllum. ligaments.gouty nodosities. recurring attacks also indicate it. Rheumatism in the muscles.

usually the trouble is of syphilitic or mercurial origin. especially in syphilitic cases. . **Kali hydroiodicum has rheumatism of the joints. #Phytolacca. Although Farrington says it is especially adapted to the left deltoid muscle. **Magnesia carbonica is similar in having rheumatism in the right shoulder. are worse at night and are especially aggravated by damp weather. There is stiffness and lameness of the muscles. rheumatic pains better from warmth and worse in bed. It is so severe that the patient cannot raise the arm. The knee is swollen. however. may call for this remedy. giving a picture of acute muscular rheumatism. [Phyt] The sphere of **Phytolacca seems to be where there is a syphilitic taint.good work. worse at night. affects the left deltoid muscle. #Sanguinaria. Rheumatism of the shoulder and arms. the pains seem to fly about. most of the symptoms point to the right shoulder. Rheumatic affections of the sheaths . It is described as a rheumatic pain in the right arm and shoulder. **Silicea is a remedy to be thought of in treating hereditary rheumatism. aggravates them. worse at night or on turning in bed. periosteal rheumatism or rheumatism of the fibrous tissues often is benefited by **Phytolacca. It cured a case of right deltoid rheumatism of twenty-seven years'standing. worse from uncovering. **Ferrum phosphoricum is a very useful remedy in rheumatism of the shoulders. It is thought this drug has the power to dissolve deposits of urates in the muscles. It is particularly useful in pains below the elbows and knees. with flying erratic pains in them or stitching. **Ferrum has a paralytic tearing pain in the shoulder and muscles of the upper arm so that raising the arm is impossible. has a doughy feel. especially the right shoulder. and the pain is worse at night. **Mercurius has some rheumatic pains. but sweating. but it gradually disappears on gentle motion. The pains are worse at night. better from warmth. The chief field of usefulness of the remedy seems to be in rheumatism affecting the right deltoid muscle.of the nerves. especially the knees. **Nux moschata. [Sang] **Sanguinaria inflames muscular tissue. **Urtica urens has cured obstinate case of deltoid rheumatism in 10-drop doses of the tincture. The muscles are sore and stiff. as the patient always will when the drug is indicated. The muscles of the back and neck are especially affected by it.

and then oftentimes **Calcarea will complete the cure. [Bell] this remedy corresponds to the asthenic type. It is good remedy with which to follow **Causticum. =SCARLET FEVER #Belladonna.of the muscles are also present. the muscles seem too short. **Arnica has rheumatism. but more having these contractions. twitching of muscles. uneasy sleep. swollen and painful. An other or the **Calcareas. but **Belladonna is more often called for. resulting from exposure to dampness. is useful for rheumatism appearing on any change in the weather. **Calcarea fluorica has proved of service in lumbago. [Guai] **Guaiacum is a remedy with many rheumatic symptoms. It has no correspondence with a miliary rash or with malignant symptoms. [Calc] Rheumatic affections caused by working in water will call for **Calcarea. A characterizing symptoms will be contraction of motion. **Mercurius will be indicate in certain epidemics by its characteristic throat symptoms. where many joints are affected. We have already seen a number of remedies having these deposits in the joints. Gouty nodosities about the fingers are also present. the patient is worse on beginning to move. It is in the chronic forms of articular rheumatism where the joints ares distorted with concretions that it will do the most good. There are usually present in a well-marked Belladonna case symptoms of cerebral irritation. such as delirium. they are rigid. Thus it is seem that it corresponds to the smooth bright red. hot. It has much the same symptoms as Rhus. **Aconite may be needed at the onset if its symptoms be present. the strawberry tongue and the glandular swellings. given earlier it will prevent the formation of these concretions. **Rhus may fail. These symptoms suggest also **Dulcamara. and the contraction will be present. pains especially in the sacral regions and extending down the legs. but continued motion improves. Syphilitic or mercurial rheumatism may be also met at times with **Guaiacum. The parts are also met with **Arnica. Rheumatic stiffness caused by getting the head and neck wet will be best met with **Belladonna. with a bright red rosy hue to the skin. though this remedy usually finds no place in the . Gonorrhoeal rheumatism. cold and excessive muscular strain combined.a bright red throat. #Calcarea carbonica. pain in the epigastrium.#Guaiacum.Sydenham variety of scarlet fever. Calcarea phosphorica. Stiffness and soreness of the joints and soreness .

he tosses about. small quick pulse. white then brownish tongue. #Bryonia. the eruption does not come out well. The asthenic form. the sharp pains in the tardy development of the rashes. occurring perhaps sin blotches and resembling that of measles. and at the onset of the disease it suits cases where neither **Aconite nor Belladonna re indicated. they are prostrated and stupid. has a red and smooth tongue.swollen tongue. #Gelsemium. drowsy. the child is restless and irritable. bloody and offensives and there is much foetor to all the discharges. [Ail] This is a most potent antidote to malignant scarlet fever and suits especially severe cases.treatment of conditions due to a poisoned state of the blood. [Rhus-t] A most useful remedy in adynamic forms of scarlet fever. It will save life oftentimes in the most desperate cases. the characteristic thirst. Hahnemann's discovery that **Belladonna is a prophylactic in scarlet fever has been abundantly verified in practice.swollen. sore throat.**Bryonia will do good service. and when it does come out is is miliary. dark and purplish. #Ailanthus. the stools thin. **Apis mellifica must be carefully distinguished . violent vomiting. and here **Gelsemium is often the remedy. **Arum triphyllum has excoriating discharges from the nose. #Rhus toxicodendron. the parotids are especially apt to swell or suppurate. weakness and bodily restlessness and the supervening of rheumatic symptoms late in the disease will serve to indicate Rhus. Here the child is restless. drowsiness and prostration. [Bry] **Bryonia is a remedy often of great value. severe headache and dizziness. or a disappearing rash with possibly delirium on waking. The great depression. **Sulphur is also a most useful remedy to use in scarlet fever. If the case develops any special malignancy of symptoms other remedies will be needed. The extreme soreness of the throat is characteristic of **Arum . oedematous fauces. [Gels] Here the patients are quiet and listless. excoriating nasal discharge. the pulse is throbbing but compressible. but its especial field is for the sequelae bursting forth upon a scrofulous diathesis.the lips and nose are irritated and the child picks at them until they bleed. The patient lies in a stupor. When we recall its headache. livid throat and infiltration of the cellular tissue about the neck. with great prostration is more often met with in poorly nourished children. the rash is imperfect.

supervene. foul breath. it stands midway between **Belladonna and **Rhus toxicodendron. throws off the bedclothes. the child is restless. In these cases it will often bring out the eruption and safe the child. Under **Arsenicum the rash comes out imperfectly. bleeding ulcerations in the mouth. is dark interspersed with a miliary rash. #Zincum. and **Muriatic acid suits malignant cases oftentimes better than either **Rhus or Lachesis. #Ammonium carbonicum. It suits cases core adynamic than those calling for **Rhus.f a malignant type. and the skin will prick and sting. the skin takes on a purple hue and there is great weakness and prostration. however. the cervical glands are swollen. This remedy has high fever. **Hydrocyanic acid is also sometimes indicated in scarlet fever o. **Cuprum may be needed in troubles from a suppressed rash and **Calcarea carbonica must be thought of for scrofulous children with an undeveloped or receding rash. . acrid nasal discharge and sore. the throat is inflamed. The drowsiness. the tongue is dirty yellow. too weak in fat to develop an eruption. delirium. [Lach] This remedy suits forms of the disease having a malignant tendency. in albuminuria following scarlet fever. such as meningitis with sharp pains through the head. there is early prostration and scanty urine. #Lachesis. [Zinc] **Zincum will be needed in certain enervated children who become restless and delirious.the glands are enlarged. a rapid intermitting pulse. **Kali sulphuricum is a remedy for the stage of desquamation. the tonsils are swollen and bluish and the child is drowsy. miliary rash. the mouth and throat are red and the tongue blistered.from **Rhus. miliary eruption and dark throat will distinguish from **Belladonna.only occasionally useful in scarlet fever. The throat is swollen internally and externally. drowsiness. It is a remedy . It come in well. the child is thrown into convulsions and then relapses into a stupor. [Am-c] This is also a useful remedy in scarlet fever. the child is drowsy and the rash comes out imperfectly and slowly. there will generally be present an oedematous condition of the skin and throat. With this acid the rash comes out sparingly and is interspersed with petechiae or bluish spots. or else are quit and unconscious and very weak. restlessness and nervous agitation. and as a result of this non-development of the eruption brain symptoms.

#Rhus toxicodendron. but relieved momentarily by warmth. #Gnaphalium. **Terebinth has exquisite sensitiveness . it is increased by vigorous and relieved by gentle motion. and becomes unbearable. and all are worse from cold or damp and at night. [Ars] With this remedy the pain is marked by complete intermissions. paralytic pains. The pain is paroxysmal. **Colocynth typifies the sciatica due to nerve changes with no special inflammatory conditions attending it. O'Connor thinks it is the best remedy in the absence of the other symptoms and many others consider it specific. #Arsenicum. they may be sticking and burning. and the more it pains the hotter the patient becomes. Gelsemium. or as though screwed in a vise. It is especially useful in recent cases. [Gnaph] This remedy is quite similar to **Colocynthis.=SCIATICA. worse from any motion. tearing.drawing. **Arsenicum is one of our most reliable remedies in siatic. The whole trunk and the main branches seem affected. It is a pure neuralgia. The 6th potency will be found to act better than the lower potencies. followed by numbness and partial paralysis. There is a sense of constriction around the hip. Here it touches remedies like **Arsenicum. Particularly is the right side involved and there are stitches during walking. Chamomilla. The pains. . with painfulness along the tract of the nerve. worse from motion.and Gnaphalium. The pains extend to the toes. worse when lying down. **Chamomilla should also be thought of in pure neuralgias of the sciatic nerve with unbearable pains. and numbness. There is a sensation which has been described as if the thigh were bound with iron bands. corresponding to the worst cases. toxaemic nor reflex. It is aggravated by cold. and especially aggravated by cold. There are pains in the sciatic nerve extending the knee or to the heel. neither inflammatory. too may come suddenly and leave suddenly. though Aegida cured a case of long standing with the 3d dilution in which there were spasms and violent pains. [Rhus-t] This remedy typifies sciatic with muscular and ligamentous .when the patient can find no easy position for the limb. stepping and better whiles sitting in a chair. the muscles are fearfully tense and fixed. it exacerbates every night at a particular hour.of the lower extremities.It has intense neuralgic pains along the nerve. [Coloc] The most important remedy in sciatica. #Colocynth.

down the sciatic nerve on first moving or on rising after sitting. worse during rest. . Great relief from warmth. bowels are constipated. It is worse during damp or cold weather and from cold applications. wrenching and over-exertion. It is rheumatic sciatica. worse by motion. **Colchicum. The pains are darting and tearing. The acute pains are followed by a sensation as if bruised. There is lameness and a disposition to muscular twitchings. The pain is sudden.involvement. but it is not a very reliable remedy. constant and intolerable. It is a valuable drug in the treatment of sciatica of rheumatic origin. Uterine sciatica. but comes in later. feet feel as if asleep. It is perhaps better adapted to syphilitic cases. **Ledum also has sciatic pains mixed with rheumatism. the patient is obliged to walk about constantly during the paroxysms o. **Kali bichromicum. It is seldom adapted to recent cases. the fibrous sheath of the nerve being involved. #Kali iodatum. Right-sided sharp-shooting pains extending to knee. It is the best remedy for a combination of lumbago and sciatica. [Kali-i] The pains calling for this remedy are worse at night. It is a rheumatic sciatica. Belladonna. flying attacks. Painful jerks. the fibrous sheath of the nerve being involved. When of mercurial or syphilitic origin. **Bryonia has shooting pains worse from motion and relieved by hard pressure. aggravated by motion. The pains are tearing and burning. **Phytolacca. somewhat relieved by walking and entirely relieved by lying down. This remedy also has shooting pains down the back. the patient must keep quite.f pain. Legs feel contracted. Here it is akin to such remedies as **Sepia. **Ruta. [Am-m] Sciatica. #Pulsatilla. and from lying on the affected side. [Puls] This remedy typifies a sciatica due to venous stasis and is useful in the ***milder forms where there is a sense of fatigue and heaviness . Ferrum. **Arnica is also a remedy for sciatica due to over-exertion. Darting pains in the left thigh relieved by motion. with aggravation of pain while sitting. #Ammonium muriaticum. the fibrous sheath of the nerve being involved. It is a rheumatic sciatica. alleviated a short time only during motion. Pains in the left hip as if the tendons were too short. aching in lions and hips. it is well indicated and may help. Sciatica arising from over-exposure to wet or from lifting. **Viscum album has the credit of curing a number of severe and long standing cases. better from motion. The pains are felt most in the region of the knee.

#Aconite. Constipated bowels and sedentary habit. **Plumbum also has lightning-like pains and in paroxysms. the limb is stiff and contracted and the parts feel paralyzed and cold. Hale recommends the 6th of this remedy in cases where there is much throbbing. The pains are very severe and worse at night. Severe lancinating pains coming on in the afternoon or evening. pricking and a sense of coldness in the parts. the patient is restless. worse from motion. the parts are sensitive to the touch. the least concussion or a draft of air aggravates. [Bell] Here the inflammation is high and the pains come on suddenly. If dependent on vertebral disease then such remedies as **Phosphorus Silicea. has to change position often. has to change position. shock or contact. perverted sensation. Better when lying on the affected side and from the application of hot water. there is tingling along the affected nerve. numbness.Graphites and Mercurius. Nor should the tissue remedies be forgotten. Relieved by letting the limb hang down. [Nux-v] From its action on the spinal cord. noise. and the course of the nerve is sensitive. **Glonoine. warmth and the erect posture. If the sciatica be in those of a haemorrhoidal constitution.Sulphur. as many undoubted cures have been made with **Magnesia phosphorica and Kali phosphoricum. heaviness and uneasiness. Pains and cramps along sciatic nerve. dampness and from suppressed perspiration indicates Aconite. **Sulphur may be the remedy. and especially where atrophy is present. There is a neuritis. with which twitching of the parts. there is much numbness. Use potencies not lower than the 12th to the 30th. **Lycopodium is sometimes most useful in chronic cases where there are fine burning or stinging pains. pains shoot down into the foot. #Nux vomica. [Acon] The congestive variety of sciatica from exposure to colds. **Nux is frequently the remedy in sciatica. **Coffea may also be indicated where there is great hyperaesthesia of the senses and physical exhaustion and debility present. drawing or jerking pains worse from rest. especially toes. The lithic acid constitution will decide the remedy. . **Natrum muriaticum and **Sulphur will need to be prescribed according to the symptoms. #Belladonna. Violent pains. the pain is especially severe at night. or tearing. It has lightning-like pains. cannot bear the clothing to touch him.

dry skin and a tendency to eruptions. there is a defective osseous growth. Use the tincture. Thus there is sweat on the head which is chiefly confined to the scalp and is sour and offensive. appetite is voracious. hunger and emaciation. unhealthy skin eczema. and such patients are slow and sluggish. #Silicea. the face is pale. (See also Tuberculosis) #Calcarea carbonica. **Causticum. a tendency to rickets and caries of the spine. tendency to eruptions. Here the psoric patient is delicate and refined. Glandular enlargement. The ophthalmias and otorrhoeas of **Calcarea are decidedly scrofulous.=SCROFULA. there is a large abdomen and a swollen upper lip. The glands swell readily and tend to suppurate. of which it presents a perfect picture. swellings and suppurations of glands. It also has pimples. There is constipation with chalky stools. Mental and bodily weakness. . impaired digestion from lack of gastric juice and consequent marasmus. glands diseased. **Phosphorus. the child is active. #Sulphur. [Sulph] A prince of remedies and one of our mainstays in the treatment of scrofula. Dentition is slow. the fontanelles are open. craving for eggs is an indicating symptom. the feet are cold and clammy. Defective nutrition of the whole nervous system. **Calcarea phosphorica is rather more adapted to cases where the tuberculous tendency is more manifest and the bones are involved. sweats about the head and has a coarse. the child is beautiful. the head is large. Emaciation. Arthritic affections of the spine and hipjoint. Children of this type are slow in learning to talk and walk. Its symptoms mark the diathesis. this is characteristic.w wrinkled. Stony hard indurations also are marked. flabby and dirty. the fontanelles open. nervous and quick. patient hungry and emaciated. Partial sweating is very characteristic as about the head at night. with a consumptive tendency. humid sores and other skin manifestations. large abdomen. [Bar-c] Emaciated. imperfect nutrition from mal-assimilation. [Calc] Our chief remedy in scrofula which corresponds to Hahnemann's psora and to what is called now by the modern term arthritism. Child looks like a dried-up old man skin is yellow. #Baryta carbonica. **Alnus rubra. the skin hangs in folds which are flabby. Imperfect nutrition from mal-assimilation. [Sil] This remedy corresponds well to the scrofulous diathesis.

vertebral caries. #Petroleum. indolent swelling of the glands. especially on the scalp.C.of feet indicate **Silicea. offensive and partially digested. These scrofulous manifestations are part and parcel of Hahnemann's psora. a dirty color of the skin. to check glandular swellings. etc. Hughes also praises it in this affection and the writer has used it with success. slimy diarrhoea with much straining. It is especially indicated by the unhealthy skin conditions. it produces an anaemia almost as marked as Ferrum. the eruptions it produces and also. he used the 3d potency. diarrhoea which is thin. the swollen glands and the profuse suppurations. Such a child will have open fontanelles. The patients requiring **Graphites are especially liable to take cold. Dr. **Iodine.S. **Mercurius under the rule of **sulphur roots out the psoric taint and scrofulous tendencies. **Iodoform. eats all the time and yet emaciates. [Petr] This is by all odds the most frequently indicated remedy in seasickness. Dr. enlarged liver and skin eruptions.not from want of food. **Hepar sulphur. Indurated glands with tendency to suppuration. Bayes says it is the only medicine that he found to be of any use. nose and mouth. Raue recommends highly this remedy in the 3x. the anaemia. #Mercurius. the vertigo . groin and neck. torpor and sluggishness mark the patient. #Graphites. which is accompanied by vertigo. Tendency to boils. It is often useful after **Sulphur. [Graph] Enlargement of glands of axilla. Infiltration of tissues is another condition. The special symptoms are nausea. **Magnesia muriatica. The whole lymphatic system seems invaded. an anaemia and it corresponds well to the tendency of scrofula to localize itself in glandular structures and in the mucous membranes. =SEASICKNESS. Sweating of feet. **Bromine. the cold and damp limbs. it seems to rouse the action of **Sulphur where that languishes. sweat of head and offensive sweating . indurations and carbuncles. Suppurative conditions of scrofula. Its special indications are the oily or sour sweat. skin symptoms. as shown in scrofulous affection of the eyes. hardness of the glands. Hungry. He has used it empirically in a large number of cases with success. [Merc] This remedy produces a scrofulous dyscrasia. The abdomen is large and hard. imperfect teeth. they are hard and painless.etc.

Infections spreading from uterus. [Apom] This remedy has gained quite a reputation for the cure of seasickness. **Glonoine is the remedy especially when there is giddiness. and in the higher potencies is sometimes very efficacious. This nausea is accompanied by vertigo. It seems . [Lach] This remedy does its best work in localized pyaemia. #Apomorphia. there is rather a persistent nausea and qualmishness than vomiting. great prostration and scanty discharges. and carbuncles. dull aching in head and extremities. sesnsitive abdomen. **Tabacum produces an astonishing resemblance to seasickness and car sickness and car sickness. restlessness. **Staphisagria has also attained some success in the treatment of seasickness. diarrhoea. Chilliness.) #Lachesis. #Echinacea. with redness and soreness at the point of infection. although bilious vomiting also occurs.coming on especially when the a patient raises his eyes. it is provoked by motion. There are no special indications for its use. =SEPTICAEMIA (See also Abscess. traumatic gangdrene. with a tendency to faint. It should never be given lower than the 6x potency **Theridion has proved useful in seasickness in nervous women. foul discharges. It undoubtedly has prophylactic powers and may be taken night and morning for a week or two before sailing. Great nausea is one of its characteristic symptoms. on the cars. [Cocc] This is perhaps one of the oldest homoeopathic remedies in seasickness. they shut their eyes to get rid of the motion of the vessel and grow deathly sick. [Rhus-t] Produces a perfect picture of septicaemia. The indications are blue skin. or on a boat. #Cocculus. These symptoms are worse from motion or riding. change of posture and of posture and especially from riding in a carriage. It has the prostration of **Arsenicum but lacks its restlessness. except that it has vomiting of cerebral origin. [Echi] Pyaemia. dry tongue. #Rhus toxicodendron. warm sickening sensation in the chest and stomach and a faint feeling. sensitive parts. tympanitis.

mental restlessness. quiet. but also avoid the dangers of suppression by external applications. **Baptisia offensive exudates. . honey-like. foul odors. sore bruised sensations. Note. The skin may be dry and horny. [Carb-c] This. no doubt often misprescribed. They represent the effort of nature to get rid of some poison in the system. The corners of the mouth and eyes are cracked. The patient falls asleep from weariness and wakens unrefreshed. [Graph] our great remedy for all sorts of skin diseases. anguish. tenacious discharge. **Pyrogen has a good clinical record. #Carbolic acid. the child will scratch furiously. internally. **Arnica. A frequently indicated remedy in septic conditions. bleeding and oozing a gluey. and on awakening. it is evidently a "mixed vaccine. such as in chronic eczema. [Ars] A useful remedy in all cases of skin troubles when the skin is thickened. **Arsenicum."Boericke speaks well of both **Streptoccin and **Staphyloccin as to be compared with this remedy. =SKIN. The hair is dry and falls out. Great itching always accompanies the eruption. which effort should not be suppressed but abetted.local and general burning. exhaustion to the point of collapse are indications. The indications for our remedies will not only aid in this by correction of the soil. thick. Crusts are white. Prostration.to overcome to toxaemia of absorption. loose stools. face. Dry scaly eruptions. Eczema on scalp which extends to face. **Lycopodium. vomiting and prostration. DISEASES OF. The sensations are itching. between fingers and behind the ears. **Calcarea carbonica. bends of joints. Skin affections ares merely local manifestations of some constitutional affection. psoriasis and chronic urticaria. is a neglected remedy in septicaemia. We cannot give its special indications. a fissured eczema is the type. and hence frequently disappoints. in the morning especially. #Graphites. #Arsenicum. is antistreptococcic. #Arnica. there are moist scabby eruptions on the scalp. The symptoms calling for it are very clear. Restlessness. congenital or acquired. [Arn] Anaemia and pyaemia. burning and swelling. it also has papules.

also **phosphorus and Argentum nitricum. **Antimonium tartaricum. and for repercussed hives. **Berberis aquifolia. with intense itching. Rhus. Also an excellent remedy in the higher potencies for acne facialis. moist eruption. with intermittent fever worse at seashore.) Herpes circinatus. **Hydrocotyle. Burning sensitive ulcers with offensive discharges. Deficient growth of nails. Dry scaly or herpetic eruption of little water blisters in bends of joints. Vesicles on an erysipelatous base. It is our great antiseptic. . Dryness and heat of scalp. Dry desquamation. and there is much soreness in the folds of the skin and a tendency to pustular eruptions. [Sulph] The great characteristic of this remedy is the aggravation from washing. Its special field is in psoriasis and Dearborn praises it in leprosy. **Kreosote. **Sepia. cold sores.V. Ringworm. The condition of the skin should always be noted. Rawness. cracking in the nostrils and corners of mouth. coarse and measly. It is one of the most reliable remedies in the cure of psoriasis. Urticaria. **Selenium. Pustules form into scabs. Itching in folds of skin and about ankle joints. He reports excellent results from its use. **Clematis. Pellagra may find its simillimum in **Arsenicum. It is almost a specific for hives from shell fish. Acne rosacea. cold hands and feet.nettle rash and pimples. and eruption on the back of the hands. Arsenicum. makes the parts burn intensely. especially at night. with itching about the joints when occurring. Dr. with scratching. Rhus. Scaly pustular eruptions on the face. Impetigo of scrotum. this. fever blisters. Honey colored crusts on heads of children." **(Hepar. **Natrum muriaticum. Variola. **Antimonium crudum. and scratching causes soreness. Hair falls out with eczematous eruptions. Great dryness and desquamation of the epidermis. Indications are a dry and impoverished skin. H. hydroa labialis. The writer cured a case of inveterate psoriasis universale with this remedy. Thick callosities on the skin. The **Natrum muriaticum patient continually suffers from "hang nails. **Bovista. Warts and eczema following vaccination. considered **Thyroidine in the 3X or 30X potency as worthy a trial in psoriasis. which itch and burn. It is also recommended in pellagra. Eruption of yellow crusts. Dearborn says Sulphur 6 will cure more pruritus than any other drug. The skin is rough. Eruption at the margin of the hair. Natrum muriaticum. Eruptions on the extensor surfaces of joints. worse washing. #Sulphur. Baker's and grocer's itch. Psoriasis is a pregrowth symptom of cancer. Halbert. wetting makes it burn. of Chicago. with thick scabs oozing pus. Eczema. Moist eczema without much itching. Eczema erythematosum. **Thuja.

cheeks and ears. The skin is covered with numerous vesicles. With here and there red blotches which are sore. McClatchey as curative of many cases of psoriasis. **Fagopyrum. Pictures pure eczema with its thick scabs. Eruption in . worse when getting warm in bed. Large blisters with smarting and burning. and indeed it corresponds to many symptoms of this disease. Tinea capitis. pemphigus and prurigo. [Rhus-t] Vesicular eruption characterizes Rhus. Itching without eruption. oozing pus and rhagades. behind ears.being the great organ of elimination of poisons. Hughes says that **Croton relieves the itching of eczema rapidly and permanently. the skin is harsh and dry. **Cantharis. so it becomes a remedy in herpes. **Dolichos. Worse at night. the symptoms are all worse at night. Herpes zoster. there is great itching and tingling. **Apis. The remedy has been used successfully in Rhus poisoning. and the great characteristic is that the secretion dries quickly. The hairy portions of the body itch more. producing scabs from beneath which an acrid thick pus oozes. **Borax was considered by Dr. and it is especially useful in senile pruritus. Crusts and itching are the features. with neuralgic pains along the nerves. unwashed in appearance. Small blisters with an umbilicated center. Small blisters with much itching. the skin is often swollen and oedematous and these vesicles have a red areola around them. #Rhus toxicodendron. [Psor] Herpetic eruptions with much itching. More burning and stinging and more oedema. The eruption itches excessively and burns. eczema. which is worse when the patient is warm or wrapped up. the skin is dirty. Itching worse by scratching. **Petroleum. **Croton tiglium. greasy. **Nux juglans. in damp weather and in winter. It is especially suitable to eczema behind the ears. Use the 12X potency. **Anacardium. the writer has a number of times verified this symptom. the finger tips crack and the hands chap. Rapid vesication and angry-looking skin are characteristics. Worse across the shoulders. It will sometimes control diabetic itching. itching worse at night. [Mez] Baehr considers this remedy the best one in crust lactea. There are small vesicles with terrible itching. It is useful in right-sided zoster with extensive vesication and perhaps accompanied with rheumatic pains. Tinea favosa on scalp. Sebaceous glands secrete in excess. There is great itching. #Psorinum. preventing sleep. offensive matter oozes out. #Mezereum. Eczema more on the sides of the head and face.

the skin is very sensitive. yellow scabs. [Ran-b] Vesicular eruptions along the course of the nerve. Hempel recommends Aconite and Ipecac in Hives. vesicles filled with serum and burn greatly. scrotum and thighs. often raised edges. #Oleander. especially about the neck. the discharge is retained underneath and causes the hair to fall out or to mat together. Splinter-like pains in them. Scanty menses. It has crusts with a copious exudation and it is accompanied with offensive urine. #Nitric acid. or with diarrhoea and chilliness. Hives with profuse menses call for Belladonna. with thin. Crusta lactea on scalp and back of ears. Vascular. [Olnd] Skin eruptions with gastro-energetic troubles. Urtica urens. It will be all the more strongly indicated if gastro-enteric symptoms be present. Eczema of scalp and face. 1. large blisters. 3. Clarke advises the nosodes. Profuse granulations. A most important remedy in all skin affections and we should not forget **Tuberculinum and Syphilinum. especially useful in sickly children after the abuse of mercury. **Vinca minor. Vesicular eruption. hives after eating pork.[Puls] An indicated remedy in hives when of gastric or uterine origin. Scratching changes the place of the itching. forming the plica polonica. **Viloa tricolor. Herpes zoster. scartching relieves at first but the parts become very sore. for each has its special field and symptoms. matted hair and offensive odor. Urticaria of gastric origin. 4. Hughes lauds this remedy and rarely uses any other in crusta lactea and impetigo in children. There is great itching. **Antimonium crudum. slight friction causes chafing and soreness. Ragged zigzag. A crust is formed. **Staphisagria. bleeding easily where touched. fruit or buckwheat cakes. acrid discharge. #Pulsatilla . 2. Intense intolerable fiery itching of the skin from any trifling change . Eruptions worse on the occiput.the bends of joints. Thickening of the skin into yellow hard horny scabs. #Ranunculus bulbosus. **Ranunculus sceleratus. Pustules or boils remaining after itch. eczematous eruption on the ears. [Nit-ac] Our great remedy in ulcers when these symptoms are present. Pemphigus in the new born. especially in leprosy. Sycotic excrescences. Eruptions forming figwarts or condylomata. large blisters form on a raw surface. proud flesh.

Itching all over body. Suppression of the hives. **Silicea. Chronic urticaria. [Apis] Urticaria. there is a sudden eruption of welts with terrible itching Lichen and erythema nodosum. with nervous symptoms. #Apis mellifica. sore and sensitive to touch. It is especially useful after the abuse of salves or ointments containing containing zinc or mercury. worse from drinking milk. Eruption shows bleeding points when scales are removed. with ague or rheumatism worse in cold air. **Tellurium. [Sep] Brownish spots on the skin. chronic cases always worse at beginning of winter. **Chloral. It suits large wheals coming on suddenly from a chill. skin rough. Itching swellings on the fingers also indicate Urtica. Skin suppurates easily. Onchia at roots of nails. **Calcarea carbonica. Nettle rash. Chronic nettle rash after milk or pork. chronic cases. boils. **Sulphur. Itching hives over whole body.in the bends of joints and behind the ears. annular type. Herpetic eruptions. very valuable in eczema. **Fluoric acid. **Sepia is also a remedy in psoriasis. **Baryta carbonica. itching always on exposure to cold air as when undressing. Ringworm is children. **Bovista. dry and chapped. Eczema on dorsa of hands.in the temperature. Humid eczema of the scalp. **Dulcamara. **Radium. Herpetic conditions about the knees and ankles. burning of skin as if a fire. **Graphites is distinguished by not having the sensitiveness. herpes circinatus. the skin is extremely sensitive and suppurates easily. A powerful antipsoric and produces itching red vesicles with tendency to scale off. . with cold or intermittent fever. #Hepar sulphur. Note the urinary symptoms which will often accompany. Hives form shell fish. **Kali bromatum. A very useful remedy for hives. Psoriasis. Such a general itching very often is a precursor to serious affections. urticaria worse from warmth of bed. Eczema of the scrotum and genital organs. Hives or acne. and pimples form around ulcers. Hives. Face blotched. [Hep] Moist eruption in folds of skin and itching in the bends of joints. Yellow spots. liver spots. Hives with diarrhoea. **Rhus. will often relieve in the form of a grain of **Chloral dissolved in a glass of water and a teaspoonful given at a dose. with catarrhal symptoms arising. it becomes moist and discharges copiously. #Sepia. **Terebinth. Ringworms. at first dry. worse from warmth of bed. It may even be a pre-growth symptom of cancer.

but soon resleeps and awakens at the usual time feeling worse than ever. especially at night. The morning sleep aggravates all the affections. sleeps with eyes partially open. as a rule it is interrupted by talking. **Lycopodium. falling asleep very late. [Nux-v] The great characteristic of this remedy is that the patient is very sleepy in the evening. also after morphine which produces cerebral hyperaemia of a passive variety. Sleeplessness from mental overwork. =SLEEPLESSNESS. It is probably our best remedy for insomnia due to cerebral hyperaemia. too. **Belladonna is most useful in restless sleep during dentition. The dreams found under **Belladonna are frightful ones. those who are subject to abdominal disorders and a slugish portal circulation. fear of disaster or death. sudden starting. [Bell] The sleepless conditions calling for **Belladonna are due to congestion. and they constantly awaken the patient. sleep is extremely restless.#Kali muriaticum. [Kali-m] One of the most satisfactory remedies in the treatment of eczema capitis and moist eczemas. **Cuprum. Here the child awakens very cross. It is also a most useful remedy in acne and in sycotic skin manifestations. hot head and dilated pupils will indicate it. the sleep is restless. tea. Children awake from sleep frightened. strychnine. from too close study. moreover the sleep is not sound or restful and the patient is awakened at night by anxiety and frightful dreams.Stramonium and Zincum have the symptom that the patient is aroused from sleep frightened. Sleeplessness after quinine. This observation has been repeatedly verified. frightful images appear on closing the eyes and the patient therefore dreads sleep. . cannot keep awake . very sleepy during the daytime. He awakens at about four or five O'clock in the morning feeling somewhat refreshed. It is especially the remedy for those who drink too much. iron. **Aconite comes in here. that is. muscular jerkings and spasmodic motions. twitching. or chloral. Oftentimes there is a violent throbbing in the brain which prevents sleep. #Nux vomica. Cartier and our Brazilian confreres endorse it. those who abuse coffee and tea. especially when chronic and obstinate in character. #Belladonna. but with Aconite there is intense anxiety and restlessness. with frequent awakenings and troubled dreams. startings. it will be most often indicated. **Pulsatilla is sleepless in the evening.

with predominance of nervous irritability. the patient is hot and thirsty. **Opium suits sleeplessness when the patient is sleepy but cannot get to sleep. [Coff] In cases where there is excessive agitation of body and mind. It is the remedy when excitement or good news. It is also adapted to weak. while **Opium is better suited to adults. Cat naps. **Coffea is the remedy. is kept awake by hearing distinctly ordinary noises. [Hyos] Sleeplessness from nervous excitement.**Calcarea carbonica has long hours of wakefulness. Great drowsiness is characteristic . **Ignatia has sleeplessness from depressing news. and where ideas force themselves on the mind. relies on this remedy in typical Calcarea children. #Hyoscyamus. such as the ticking of clocks and the crowing of cocks. Hale says: "If there is any place for high dilutions. **Cocculus has sleeplessness from mental activity. the brain is full of bewildering ideas and images. the violence of **Belladonna. Moaning in sleep. the pessimism of **Nux vomica. #Chamomilla. joys or night watching causes the insomnia. who twitch. sleeplessness and hyperaesthesia at night. vivid and anxious. It is especially indicated in sleeplessness in children. After long illnesses and the brain cells are illy nourished this remedy is very useful. the slightest noise awakens and it is difficult to get to sleep again. nervous women. Sleeplessness from overworked minds and without apparent cause may be benefited by **Hyoscyamus. #Coffea. sleepy in daytime. Chamomilla is a sovereign remedy. and all the senses are extremely acute. it is in insomnia. Talcott says: **"Hyoscyamus paints the mental town of its victim a brilliant and luminous red. without the slightest inclination to sleep. The sleep is tormented by dreams which are fanciful. It will be found that this acts better in the higher potencies. **Calcarea bromata. and the stupidity of **Gelsemium. Deschere. **Coffea. cry out frightened and tremble. **Sulphur. **Platina has sleeplessness from extreme nervous irritability." The patient is jolly and wakeful. Dr. recent grief. This is also a remedy acting better in the higher potencies. [Cham] For sleeplessness in children due to severe pain. It is well suited to sleeplessness in teething children. sleeplessness from good news. causing a hyperaemia." The patient is wide awake. of New York. It quiets the irritability and the emotional excitement and the patient sleeps. Sleeplessness from the bad effects of too good news. **Hyoscyamus lacks the anxiety of **Aconite. and its use as a beverage withheld.

The mind is active and the patient indulges in castle building. It produces a tranquil slumber. **Camphora monobromata is useful for sleeplessness due to the continued use of tea. [Gels] For the insomnia of brain workers. **Phosphorus. #Cannabis Indica. It is especially suited to thin. spare men who are nervous and subject to nervous chills. a useful remedy in worn-out brain workers. **Cinchona has sleeplessness from exhausting diseases. An irregular sleep is more of an indication than absolute insomnia. awaken early in the morning and worry over their business affairs. wakes frequently. and repeated if necessary. but which are far superior to the hypnotics of the allopathic school: **Passiflora incarnata in doses of from 30 to 60 drops. vertigo and pain in the head. Sleeplessness following intense mental overwork and anxiety coupled with confusion. [Cann-i] In obstinate and intractable forms of insomnia. **Avena sativa in doses of from 10 to15 drops of the tincture . **Ambra grisea is another remedy for sleeplessness from worry and business troubles. night watchers and those who have lost much sleep. and even if given in doses of from 5 to 15 drops of the tincture in water it leaves no bad effects behind. It is indicated in business men who pass restless nights. [Sulph] Sleeplessness from nervous excitement. will induce sleep when mental irritation or pain is the cause of the wakefulness. Sleeps in "cat naps". where there is general degeneration of the blood and exhaustion of the nervous system. but immediately becomes wakeful. **Bryonia is useful where the business cares of the day keep him awake. It also is most useful in a state of alternate excitement and depression. **Gelsemium is a remedy. #Gelsemium. cutaneous irritations and external heat. **Arsenicum is a useful remedy for the sleeplessness of malnutrition. Halbert says do not use it lower than the third potency which is a commendable suggestion. relieves the nervousness and neuralgic pains . Restlessness of anaemic irritability. which have been used empirically. Sleeplessness from mental exhaustion or anaemia. The patient is drowsy all day and sleepless at night. **Gelsemium has also sleeplessness from emotional disturbances. **Cannabis is one of the best remedies we have to induce sleep. Other remedies for the want of sleep are the following. #Sulphur. In insomnia of locomotor ataxia or epilepsy give 3X potency. and after evening company. **Coca.of the remedy. The patient goes to bed tired.

Of prime importance are the casual indications of sleeplessness. the tips and sides being red. **Arnica and Gelsemium should not be overlooked in sleeplessness from overexertion. It is indicated by great dryness and brightness of the throat. throat feels dry and stiff. worse from swallowing when liquids and even food are ejected through the nose. =SORE THROAT. **Wyethia has great dryness in the pharynx and posterior nares. There is great soreness from the swelling and hyperaesthesia of the fauces. it has a glazed appearance. rapid in progress and having dryness as a prominent symptoms are promptly relieved by **Belladonna. It is useful in sub-acute or torpid anginas and in affections of the throat appearing on every change of the weather. Here the uvula is swollen and there is intense burning. the tonsils are swollen and enlarged. so dry that there is a sensation of sand in the throat and the patient drinks often to moisten the parts. A great aversion to drink with the sore throat is characteristic. Great swelling of the glands and accumulation of thick. It is not impossible that a complete proving of these latter remedies will show further their value in sleeplessness. There is constricted sensation in the throat. The throat is raw and burning and also red and swollen. =Belladonna. **Mercurius corrosivus. constriction of the throat. an elongated uvula and burning of the epiglottis. #Mercurius.this is characteristic of the remedy.will oftentimes induce a peaceful dreamless sleep in those who are nervous and exhausted. **Cistus Canadensis has great dryness of the throat. tenacious mucus in the throat mark this remedy. the fauces are inflamed. worse from pressure. Diphtheritic deposits beginning on . swelling causes spasm. **Mercurius has dryness and great soreness of the throat. The external and glands are enormously swollen. Its symptoms must be carefully followed to secure the best results. [Merc] The preparations of mercury are all great sore throat remedies. Sore throats of catarrhal origin. constant desire to swallow. [Bell] This remedy corresponds to many sore throats and is very often prescribed. It is more valuable in chronic troubles with less swelling than discharge. worse on the right side. The tongue is coated yellow at the base. **Mercurius protoiodide. An offensive breath is a guiding symptom. and these are legion. the patient is obliged to swallow constantly and there is much soreness and swelling of the glands .

where there is burning. Excessive putridity marks the remedy. the tonsils are swollen and inflamed. where the tonsils are swollen and . and the pain on swallowing is at the root of the tongue. and there is grayish spots or ulcers on them. **Natrum arsenicosum. [Kali-b] Sore throat. In chronic follicular pharyngitis Ivins considers this remedy a sheet anchor. and ulcers which exude a purulent discharge. The right side is more frequently the seat of the trouble. There is rawness in the naso-pharynx and hoarseness. #Kali bichromicum. **Mercurius biniodide. with the sensation of a lump in the throat. #Guaiacum.the right side. **Graphites. according to Cooper. It suits chronic follicular pharyngitis where there is present a constant desire to clear the throat of phlegm or a sensation of a hot ball in the throat worse from hot fluids. with swelling of the tonsils. the coating of the tongue is yellow at the base. **Calcarea phosphorica. thus partaking more of the features of **Iodine. or a scraping feeling as if something were sticking in the throat. There is with **Kali bichromicum a sensation of dryness. except that is more acute and worse on left side. Chronic sore throat. soreness and rawness in the pharynx. **Sanguinaria nitrate. This remedy is similar to the **protoiodide. [Phyt] In throats that are dark in color where the tonsils are dark red. there is an accumulation of sticky tenacious mucus in the pharynx and pains in the Eustachian tubes. #Phytolacca. accompanied by a general aching in the back and limbs. #Kali muriaticum. is almost specific for adenoid vegetations in the naso-pharynx. **Ammonium muriaticum has sore throat with viscid phlegm. It is almost specific for the form of ulcerated sore throat which results from gastric disturbances. [Guai] This remedy is considered almost specific in ordinary pharyngitis. there are diseased follicles which exude a caseous matter. [Kali-m] One of our best remedies for follicular pharyngitis where there is a gray or white exudation. It is especially useful in chronic follicular tonsillitis. of burning and of rawness. with excessively offensive odor from the parts. there is more glandular swelling and more fever than in the **protoiodide. the parts feel sore. so tough that it cannot be hawked up. The glands about the throat are swollen. **Baptisia is useful in ulcerated sore throat. when it is worse on the right side. Dissecting room sore throat.

throat is so dry that the patient must drink to assist deglutition, the throat is less red than under **Belladonna and the follicles are involved, stinging pains in the throat or a burning like a pepper worse in warm moist air. Aching in the throat and neck, holds neck when talking. **Pulsatilla. Fauces dark red or purplish and having the appearance of a varicose condition of the blood vessels; scraping, rawness, and dryness in the throat, without thirst. #Lachesis. [Lach] Sensation of a lump in the throat, which seems to go down when swallowing, but returns again; constriction of throat and difficult breathing, worse arousing form sleep or after sleep. Empty swallowing is painful and fluids escape from the nose; the throat is sensitive externally, and though the throat is bluish-red the discomfort is much greater than the appearance of the parts would warrant. Its field embraces also irritable and nervous sore throats. Shuldham remarks that Lachesis has not that deep-seated chronic inflammation of the glands of the pharynx that makes **Kali bichromicum, **Mercurius and Hepar come tripping along to the memory. #Cantharis. [Canth] A very useful throat remedy; it has a highly inflamed throat covered with a plastic lymph. there is spasm of the throat with a feeling of intense constriction. The throat feels as if on fire, the pain seems to be at the back of the throat. It has been found most useful at the conclusion of inflammatory and the commencement of catarrhal sore throats. **Apis. Stinging pains in the throat, with oedema; the throat feel constricted , and the pharynx has a shiny appearance . Blisters in throat, with much swelling inside and outside. **Capsicum. Useful in sore throats of smokers and drinkers, with burning and relaxed uvula, throat sore and contracted even when not swallowing; the fauces are dark red. There is excessive smarting and burning; cold aggravates. #Hepar sulphur. [Hep] Sharp splinter-like pains in the throat indicate this remedy, or a sensation as if there were a lump in the throat. Suppurative throat troubles, tonsilitis and retropharyngeal abscess will call for **Hepar. The sensation of a fish bone in the throat is quite characteristic. The 3rd centesimal potency is doubtless the most efficacious strength in these conditions. **Nitric acid has splinterlike sensations in throat, but due to ulcerative processes. **Argentum nitricum. Sensation of a splinter in the throat when swallowing; secretion of clear tenacious mucus, rawness in pharynx and

larynx with altered tone of voice. **Natrum muriaticum. Sensation as of a hair in the throat, uvula elongated, feeling of a plug in throat, tobacco user's sore throat. **Ignatia. Sensation of plug in throat, worse when not swallowing. Nervous symptoms, marked prostration and slow recuperation. **Valeriana. Sensation as of a string hanging down into the throat. **Kali corbonicum. A fish bone sensation in the throat, with hawking; no other remedy has this hawking and sensation combined. #Nux vomica. [Nux-v] This is a remedy often overlooked in throat troubles , but it comes in more frequently than many others. It suits the irritated throats of smokers, drinkers and preachers; there is a follicular rawness and scraping in the throat which is usually caused by irritation from tobacco smoke, liquors or overuse of the voice. It is a chronic pharyngitis, and there may be atrophic white patches in the throat. There is also supra-sternal sensitiveness and a dry cough. **Alumina. Useful in relaxed conditions of the mucous membrane of the throat, as in clergymen's sore throat. The throat is dark red and the uvula elongated. Dryness is also a prominent symptom; it has a glazed look. **Ferrum phosphoricum. Dry, red, inflamed and painful throat, sore throats of singers and speakers. **Gelsemium. Fauces dry and irritated and burning; the tonsils are inflamed. **Senega is a most useful remedy in simple sore throats or when there are rheumatic complications. The 3rd potency is preferable. **Sanguinaria nitrica. Chronic form of granular pharyngitis with a sensation of heat in the throat, and a thick,yellow or muco-sanguinolent expectoration.

=SPERMATORRHOEA.
#Phosphoric acid. [Ph-ac] This remedy corresponds to the chronic effects of loss of seminal fluid, while **Cinchona is more suitable for the acute effects, such as emissions on three or four consecutive nights, weakening the patient greatly. Under **Phosphoric acid the whole system is weakened; the legs are weak, and there is burning in the spine worse at night, the genitals are relaxed, the scrotum and testicles are flabby, the penis has no power of erection, or the erection are imperfect and the semen escapes too soon during coitus. Formication or a sensation of crawling on the scrotum is also sometimes present. Impotence when the sensibility of the part is excessive, and the semen is discharged shortly after or even before erection. There is a sudden relaxation of the penis during coitus due to exhaustion rather

than to spasmodic action, as under **Nux vomica. Hughes regards **Phosphoric acid as probably the most useful remedy for spermatorrhoea in the materia medica, but much depends on the potency used, as the lower ones often fail. There is dragging in the testicles, and above all the mental condition is important; the patient is distressed on account of the culpability of his acts, and is anxious about the future of his health or else perfect indifference is present. It is never to be used when general irritability is present,and probably many failures are owing to its misuse in this particular. **Phosphorus has impotence preceded by over-excitation of the genital organs. It also has discharge of prostatic juice during a hard stool and frequently involuntary seminal emissions. **Picric acid has disturbed sleep from erections and too frequent seminal emissions. Spermatorrhoea, with great desire, followed by great prostration. King, in his work on spermatorrhoea, advises the higher potencies as the lower ones are apt to aggravate. #Gelsemium. [Gels] Characteristic of **Gelsemium are frequent involuntary emissions at night, with relaxation of the organs; the whole system is relaxed and emissions occur from the slightest exertion or excitation. There are no lascivious dreams, and it is particularly the remedy in cases arising from masturbation. **Dioscorea has atonic seminal emissions; there is a passive state, and the patient will have two or three dreams a night, with emission of semen and the day following will feel very weak about the knees. Farrington advises it first in the 12th and then in the 30th potency. **Eryngium aquaticum. General debility, seminal emissions without erections. **Digitalis has also involuntary emissions during sleep, without dreams, followed with great weakness. Baehr recommends **Digitalis 3rd trituration in spermatorrhoea and claims that it usually suffices. It should be given early in the morning. Dickinson claims better results from this remedy than from any other. #Calcarea carbonica. [Calc] When night sweats follow every emission, and when coitus is followed by weakness in mind and body, **calcarea is the remedy. It is especially useful in shattered constitutions where the patient sweats from any exertion. The sexual desire is excessive and the nocturnal emissions occurs about three in the morning or later. The erection are weak and excitable, there is sensitiveness of the urethra and irritable impotence. There is tendency to cold clammy sweat on the hands after emissions, there is pain in the back and head and trembling of the legs. Great weakness follows all indulgence.

and yet they are physically impotent. after masturbation. Nocturnal emissions occur with or without dreams. [Nux-v] For the bad effects of early masturbation. Nux is an important remedy. It is also useful in paralytic impotence. **Caladium. sallow face. where there is loss of both sexual desire and erection. especially toward morning. frequent involuntary emissions at night. and there is coldness of the sexual organs. Feeling of coldness and cold perspiration about the genitals is also a useful symptom for the remedy. It should be given when the patient suffers from headache. It is indicated in the advanced stages when there are no erections . Here. **Staphisagria is the remedy when the organs are in a state of irritability. erections taking place. It is the remedy for the advanced stages and in cases of long standing. voluptuous thoughts do not cause erections. In the female. #Nux vomica. There are losses of semen during sleep. #Agnus castus. [Staph] **Staphisagria is the remedy for the bad effects of masturbation where there is great emaciation with dark rings under the eyes. There may also be irritability of the prostatic portion of the urethra. **Agnus castus is also a remedy in sexual melancholia and simple impotence. but they are not under the control of the mind and may subside at any time during an embrace. **Nuphar lutea has absence of sexual desire. The patient is hypochondriacal and permits the mind to dwell too long on sexual subjects . Atonic spermatorrhoea occurring from weakness of the sexual organs. this is a common complaint of city men who have been high livers and drinkers all their lives. **Strychnia is perhaps better than **Nux . It is the best remedy in anxious and imaginary persons who are uneasy about the state of the health. peevishness and shyness. This condition oftentimes comes from gonorrhoea and gleet. These so called "old sinners" are just as excitable in their sexual passions at 60 as at 18.**Calcarea suits these conditions in young people who grow too rapidly. and the digestive organs are weak. There is an irritable condition from sexual excesses. the boy becomes uneasy about the state of his health. #Staphisagria. the prepuce when withdrawn behind the glands does not have sufficient contractility to replace itself. Emissions occurring without any sexual excitement whatever is a good indication for **Caladium. [Agn] This remedy is suitable to old men who have spent most of their lives in excessive venery. the penis is a flabby as a rag.

The seminal flow is thin and watery and has lost its characteristic properties. **Kobalt has backache following seminal emissions.where there is a great spinal exhaustion. prostration. **Conium is especially the remedy where nocturnal emissions are brought on by suppression of the natural desire and there are pains in the testicles. almost at first contact. the patient suffers from backache and weakness of the limbs. #Zincum. There is no local irritability as under **Zincum. **Sepia has seminal weakness. spermatorrhoea arising from plethora. **Aurum may be useful when despondency predominates. on account of its mental conditions. [Lyc] **Lycopodium is the remedy for cases which have gone on to complete impotency. Lilienthal termed **Lycopodium "the old man's balm. . the patient is melancholic. [Sulph] In sexual conditions **Sulphur is useful when the patient is weak and debilitated. but has gone over to this weakness. irresistible desire to masturbate. with great hypochondriasis." It corresponds especially to the impotency of old age where there is great despondency. [Zinc] This remedy corresponds to long-lasting abuse of the genital organs. The genital organs are relaxed. the least excitement causing ejaculation without sexual feeling. Emissions on the slightest provocation. The higher attenuations act better than the lower. and he is low spirited and hypochondrical. naturally excitable. #Conium. the erections are absent or imperfect and the genital organs are cold and shrivelled. the penis is cold and the erections are few and far between. with erethisms and easy emissions. In coitus the semen escapes too soon. the testicles being drawn up against the external ring. suffers from gastric ailments. and has frequent involuntary emissions at night . is of great utility in the treatment of sexual excesses. exhausting him greatly. #Sulphur. [Con] The remedy. It produces a perfect picture of hypochondriasis. The patient has a pale sunken face with blue rings about the eyes. **Sarsaparilla has nocturnal erections with lascivious dreams. #Lycopodium. the scrotum and penis are flabby. Exhausting pollutions without erections. Complete prostration and loss of sexual desire is a marked symptom of **Sulphur. and there is with this drug great local local irritation. followed by pain in the back down to the spermatic cords.

Paralysis from weakness of the spine. Amenorrhoea may be associated with these symptoms. Dry heat in spine. The writer has had remarkable success with this remedy in the 3rd potency and also the 30th and Boyd reports a cure of a typical spastic paralysis with it. vision clouded. pains change about from one part to another. jarring causes pain in the spine. restlessness and debility. morning aggravation. voluntary or involuntary. **Belladonna. this writer rightly lays great stress on the mental symptoms of the drug. **Lathyrus sativus pictures lateral sclerosis and spastic paraplegic conditions with excessively exaggerated reflexes. . Burning heat in spine. and there is weakness of the lower extremities and aching in the lumbar region. parts tend to atrophy. **Gelsemium. than that of timidity. spasms. when walking and during stool. but motor paralysis of the lower extremities. The mental condition of inability is more of a leading symptom. [Sele] Seminal emissions. thus giving pressure which relieves.) #Cimicifuga. according to Halbert. absence of atrophy. **Pulsatilla. numb feeling as if feet were going to sleep. with no discharge of semen. #Natrum muriaticum. and where the lumbar region is most affected. make the patient worse. (See also Locomotor Ataxia. The patient is so relaxed that the semen dribbles involuntarily. Lack of confidence is also a factor. **Hypericum. Stitches in ovaries. pains. which is relieved by lying on the back upon something hard. No pain. [Nat-m] With this remedy there is great sensitiveness between the vertebrae. **Sulphur has spinal irritation from supperssion of the menstrual flow. joints weak. Stiffness in neck and nape. [Cimic] This remedy is especially adapted to the reflex form of spinal irritation arising from uterine complaints. It is useful in advanced cases where the organs are in a state of irritability. Deep seated muscular pains. Spinal affections from injury. There is sensitiveness to pressure on the upper and lower cervical vertebrae. =SPINAL AFFECTIONS. **Graphites has want of sensation during coitus. small of back feels as if tightly bandaged. bearing down and constant backache. the patient cannot lean back in a chair. with weariness and depression. in fact. during sleep. Body feels stiff.#Selenium. **Selenium has the symptom that the prostatic fluid oozes while sitting. The pressure also sometimes causes nausea.

Spinal irritation. **Chininum sulphuricum. lumbago. empty gone feelings in the abdomen. it has burning. patient stumbles. The last cervical and first dorsal vertebrae are sensitive to pressure. #Nux vomica. worse walking in open air. **Zincum valerianate. worse from sitting rather than from walking. [Cocc] Paralytic aching in the small of the back. frequent giddiness. especially at the last dorsal vertebrae. [Nux-v] Spinal irritation from sexual excesses. Pain in spine. Dr. and like **Sulphur. [Agar] Tingling and burning in the spine as if frost bitten are symptoms characteristic of this remedy. Great pain and sensitiveness of the spine. limbs weak. especially of the eyelids. **Theridion. Progressive muscular atrophy. tenderness of spine. There are fugitive pains along the spinal nerve. headaches. every nerve seems irritated . #Agaricus. but not the same aggravation. Spine sensitive to touch. stiffness in . with great sensitiveness of the spine in the dorsal region. muscles of the back rigid. [Zinc] This remedy has an irritable spine. G. Tenderness over the spinous processes. Sensitiveness of spine to touch. sudden loss of power in the legs in the morning. and no less so are the muscular twitchings in various parts of the body. with trembling of the limbs. **Tellurium.Shelton reports three cases cured by the 6x dilution. The sensations are described as resembling needles of ice thrust into the skin.C. **Secale. Burning along the spine. Sepia has pain at the last dorsal vertebrae. pains is caused by pressure between the vertebrae. twinging sensations referable to the spine. has to sit sideways to avoid pressure. **Phosphorus. stiffness of neck. Spinal irritation from reflex causes. in fact. sleeplessness and hyperaesthesia of all the senses. #Cocculus. trembling of limbs. numbness of the feet and hands.all the symptoms of the drug in the nervous sphere point to spinal irritation.#Physostigma. hands and feet go to sleep easily. **Argentum nitricum has been used with marked benefit in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis. #Zincum. [Phys] This drug pictures spinal irritation. crampy pains. there is aching. weakness of spine.

stitches and pulsations in splenic region are present. Chronic pains in the spleen. inflammation and enlargement of the spleen. pain and stitches in the region of the spleen with swelling of the spleen. pressure in small of back as of a heavy weight. **Chininum sulphuricum. Nervous system is sensitive. **Cimicifuga. **Aranea diadema. with a sensation of burning all over the body and convulsive movements. **Kobalt. wet places. Hyperaemia of spleen. Spinal irritation. **Staphisagria. Pain in whole left side. headache and weight at back of head. Its indications are deepseated pain in the splenic region. Spinal irritation reflex from sexual causes. **Kali carbonicum. **Tarentula. [Cean] The only sphere of action of this remedy seems to be in splenic troubles. =SPLEEN. constant chilliness are useful symptoms. Spinal irritation . Congestion. deep stitches. **Strychnia phosphorica. splenitis.knees. and Burnett believes it to be a true organ remedy for the spleen.Conium or Ceanothus.. physical or mental effort aggravates. Sulphur. with hysteria. Bayes recommends this remedy in neuralgic pains in the splenic region with uterine complaints. Spinal irritation and backache from sexual excesses. #Ceanothus. numbness and formication in spine and in extremities. with spasmodic pains. there are contractions. worse in damp weather. Dull aching in region of spleen. and also in the epigastric region. #Cinchona. pains at the roots of the spinal nerves. Backache worse when walking. DISEASES OF. pains in spots. chilliness. Especially useful for the chronic effects of malarial poisoning or in those who live in damp. hyperaesthesia. **Grindelia robusta has pain in the splenic region. Languor. **Ranunculus bulbosus. with shortness of breath. soreness. burning in spine. Aching and tenderness along the spine. **Scilla has pain in the left hypochondria region. with bearing down in uterine region. tired bruised feeling of extremities. A splenic stitch usually requires one of the following remedies: **Chelidonium. with enlargement of the spleen. Boenninghausen and Dunham considered this remedy of value in splenic troubles. it has also enlargement and tenderness in this region. relieved by lying on the right side. Berberis. **Oxalic acid pictures spinal irritation. lassitude. **Ignatia. Anaemia of spine. Enlarged spleen. This remedy corresponds to congestion. It seems to be applicable to any pain in the left side extending as low as the hip and as high .

[Caps] One of our most efficient remedies for sensitive swollen and enlarged spleens. . The temperature is high and oftentimes there is unconciousness. [Bell] This remedy is quite similar to **Glonoine. much quinine taken is an additional indication. with cerebral congestion. delirium. however. **Natrum muriaticum and **Ferrum metallicum should also be thought of in enlarged spleen. =SUNSTROKE. **Aconite is useful in sunstroke where the great heat seems to have a paralyzing influence on the circulation. Remember it. full. There is much testimony in favor of **Arnica. white tongue. in debility and headache from the sun. loss of consciousness. whizzing in the ears and constriction of the chest. **Natrum muriaticum produces stitches. pressure and congestion in the spleen. **Bellis. labored respiration. Natrum carbonicum will sometimes calm very excitable and nervous persons during thunder storms. [Glon] This is our most efficient remedy. Swollen spleens resulting from malarial fever. hot weather greatly fatigues. #Capsicum. It may be a sore aching or a keen cutting pain. The indications for its use will be pale face. It is also suitable for the after-effects of sunstroke. inclined to take cold. fixed eyes. upper part of body emaciated. #Glonoine. The sun's heat makes the patient dizzy and faint. Patient craves salt. in fact. **Lachesis. cerebral vomiting and sinking at the pit of the stomach. There is drowsiness. #Belladonna. **Gelsemium may also be useful in sunstroke. patient dull and apathetic. Splenitis from injury. [Nat-c] This remedy is particularly useful in the chronic effects of sunstroke and in headache which return in hot weather. **Arnica. Patient anaemic. which causes swelling in splenic region. especially where there is a typhoid tendency and dull or even acute pains. round pulse. no remedy stimulates the heart and vaso-motor centers in the medulla so quickly.as the nipple. according to Jahr. #Natrum carbonicum. high temperature and tendency to coma. headache.

#Camphora. the breath is cold. also some tetanic spasms. The breathing is shallow. Mitchell. [Op] Here we have almost complete insensibility. **Arsenicum has burning and would suit well the erythistic type of shock with its anguish and restlessness. It is even more of a cyanotic condition than that of **Camphora. features distorted. the surface is cold and clammy. weak pulse. coldness and feeble pulse. Respiration is slow and sighing. The circulation seems to be arrested and stagnant. but there is a tendency to a cyanosed condition or blueness of the skin and lips. #Opium. of Chicago. the pulse is scarcely perceptible and the breathing is rattling. It is a remedy employed by our best surgeons. it is dangerous to use it in these conditions lower than the 3X. A stupor is produced hardly yielding to stimulants. Slow. Cold sweat. pulse slow and weak. Like **Veratrum this remedy produces sudden prostration. tongue and lips tremble and the patient seems on the brink of dissolution. #Veratrum album [Verat] pictures a typical case of surgical shock. **Cinchona is similar in this latter condition. yet there is a physical restlessness. the pulse rapid. body cold.=SURGICAL SHOCK. nausea. a sudden change coming over the patient. loud breathing. It precedes **Veratrum album. irregular. The countenance is hippocratic. patient bluish-pale. Dr. livid face. There is burning internally after operation and the blood pressure low **Camphora IX is well indicated. said of it that it stimulates the heart quite as promptly as a hypodermic of strychnia. almost imperceptible. and patient in a stupor or unconscious. the respiration and the coldness will distinguish . but there is some nervous agitation with this remedy and an anxious manner. patient relapses into a stupor. slowing cerebral pressure. Traumatic shock. The shock seems even more profound than that of **Veratrum. #Carbo vegetables [Carb-v] is suitable to collapsed conditions of the most intense and desperate character. It must not be given too low. relaxation complete. the sudden prostration. sinking at epigastrium. pains. the tip of the nose and cheek bones are cold. the pulse. blue. It is all the more indicated when the shock results from the loss of blood or in debilitated patients where depletion causes the causes the shock rather than a nervous condition. **Arnica. pallor. especially extremities. **Digitalis.

especially to injuries of parts rich in nerves. . **Hypericum where the shock is due to pain.**Camphora here.

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