SEVEN-HUNDRED RED LINE SYMPTOMS BY J. W. Hutchinson,. M.D.
Because of the hundred of symptoms of slight practical importance attached to so many remedies and which full our Materia Medica, the confusion which confronts one in selecting a remedy, and on account of the numerous inquires from physicians for something more definite, I have had there so called Red Line Symptoms re-written.
So few physicians seem to realize that three or more of these symptoms under any one drug found in a given case, is always a practical prescription. One or two symptoms only found, would require study.
As I consider them the foundation for anyone practising this System of Medicine, I would suggest their being memorized and the booklet carried in the pocket for easy reference.
J.W. Hutchinson, M.D.