RHUS TOXICODENDRON



In typhoid, the Rhus tox. patient tends to become very weak and develops a wandering, restless, very laborious type of delirium. In that state, the sleep is often very disturbed by nightmares of most violent physical exertion.

If the liver is involved and there is any jaundice, there is liable to be very intense skin irritation of the type one associates with the ordinary Rhus tox. eruptions.

Douglas Borland
Douglas Borland M.D. was a leading British homeopath in the early 1900s. In 1908, he studied with Kent in Chicago, and was known to be one of those from England who brought Kentian homeopathy back to his motherland.
He wrote a number of books: Children's Types, Digestive Drugs, Pneumonias
Douglas Borland died November 29, 1960.