Take a case of pneumonia that has advanced to the stage of exudation and let that patient get a little cold sufficient to arouse him to a state of mental anxiety. With a superficial examination you will find Aconite indicated, but just as sure as you give it you will fail. Give Sulphur at once and you will cure your patient. Never mind the fact that Aconite has the superficial show. I say in ninety nine cases out of one hundred give Sulphur. When I first commenced prescribing I gave Aconite and I never had anything but failure, and have been disappointed many times by giving it.