GLEANINGS


It is proved useful in tubercular meningitis, with moaning, sleep with half open eyes and an afternoon aggravation, and for chronic hydrocephalus with screaming out in sleep but without general Apis symptoms : Lyco. It is a very valuable remedy in hysteria that is worse as evening comes on and up to midnight: Valeriana


1. After weeping and whining, cough in children: Arnica.

M.P.

2. Nausea with flow of saliva: Camphor.

M.P.

3. Constant bitter taste in the mouth: China.

M.P.

4. He snores in his sleep when lying on his back: Drosera.

M.P.

5. He is apt to bite on one side of the tongue posteriorly when speaking or chewing: Ignatia.

M.P.

6. Insensibility of the whole body : Ignatia.

M.P.

7. Head sensitive to rattling of wagons over paved streets or to stepping hard: Nitric acid.

Hering

8. Hardness of hearing, from induration and swelling of tonsils: Nitric acid.

Hering.

9. Hands tremble when writing: Oleander.

Hering.

10. Sweaty palms especially at night: Psor.

Hering.

11. Small pox, stage of maturation: Thuja

Hering.

12. Asthma, worse at night, with red face: Thuja.

Hering.

13. Eczema moist and oozing profusely, secretion more watery than viscid: Natr. Sulph.

Hering.

14. Great dryness of the hands, especially of the palms: Lycop.

Hering.

15. Vomit has a fecal odor: Plumb.

Gentry.

16. Odor of acids from cough: Sulph-ac.

17. Paleness of face after meals: Kali-c.

Gentry.

18. Burning thirst in typhoid: Agar.

Gentry.

19. Jaundice with haemorrhages from nose: Crotal.

Gentry.

20. Weak digestion, especially in aged: Nux-m.

Gentry.

21. Vomiting with hunger: Cina.

Gentry.

22. Vomiting with offensive breath: Ipec.

Gentry.

23. Vomiting with sweat on face: Sulph.

Gentry.

24. Red spots on pit of stomach: Nat. M.

25. Continued swallowing relieves soreness (stomach) and cough: Apis. Gentry.

26. Hiccough with abundant flow of saliva : Lob.

Gentry.

27. Nausea with pain in feet: Ars. A.

Gentry.

28. Nausea with pain in ears: Puls.

Gentry.

29. Nausea with pain in chest: Merc.

Gentry.

30. Hiccough with pain in chest: Am-c.

Gentry.

31. Bovista antidotes effects of charcoal fumes.

Clarke.

32. Inability to articulate without any affection of the tongue: Bothrops. L Clarke.

33. Tendency of old wounds to suppurate: Borax

Clarke.

34. Parts usually red, turn white: Borax.

Clarke.

35. In the female a marked symptom is absence of pleasurable sensation during coition: Berberis Vul. Clarke.

36. An occasional dose of Lyco. helped : Berb. Clarke.

37. It relieves troubles of pregnancy; inability to walk; varicose veins. Bellis. Per.

Clarke.

38. Boils returning every spring: Bell.

Clarke.

39. Smoking causes desire to vomit: Cajuputum.

Clarke.

40. Saliva resembling white of egg: Caladium.

Clarke.

41. Complaints of drunkards after leaving off alcohol: Calc- ars. Clarke.

42. Nitric acid is one of the best antidotes to Calc-c.

Clarke.

43. Flatulence in pregnant women: Calc-flour.

Clarke.

44. It is proved useful in tubercular meningitis, with moaning, sleep with half open eyes and an afternoon aggravation, and for chronic hydrocephalus with screaming out in sleep but without general Apis symptoms : Lyco.

Pierce.

45. It is a remedy useful for polypi of the nose associated with an acrid Coryza: Lycopod. Pierce.

46. We use Urtica Urens, with success, for insufficiency or entire absence of milk after confinement. Pierce.

47. It is a very valuable remedy in hysteria that is worse as evening comes on and up to midnight: Valeriana

Pierce.

48. It has been used with success for the effects of Opium poisoning: Verat. Vir. Pierce.

49. Cramps in abdomen and legs of pregnant women: Viburnum Op.

Hering.

50. The severity of the pains (Menses) have been my chief guide in the selection of Xanthoxylum. Pierce.

51. Zinc. is the only remedy mentioned in the Handbook for hysterical retention of urine.

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