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1. It has cured pleurisy after Bryonia, which seemed indicated, had f…


1. It has cured pleurisy after Bryonia, which seemed indicated, had failed: Abrotanum.

Kent.

2. Metastasis is a marked feature in Abrotanum.

Kent.

3. Dropsy of limbs with diarrhoea: Acet. ac.

Kent.

4. It has cured diabetes with sugar in urine or without, where there is great thirst, weakness and pallor and loss of flesh: Acet. ac.

Kent.

5. In Fluoric acid, if he does not attend to the desire to urinate, a headache comes on.

Kent.

6, Trembling and weakness of the lower limbs: Agar.

Kent.

7. It should come to the mind for old sufferers who are broken from sexual excesses and secret vice: Agnus Cast.

Kent.

8. Hates people, repels everyone: Aloe.

Kent.

9. Aggravation from heat and relief from cold runs through: Aloe.

Kent.

10. Dont forget Aloe for haemorrhoids that form like a bunch of grapes:

Kent.

11. Alumina patient is very sad, constantly sad.

Kent.

12. It is true that at an early stage of locomotor ataxia Alumina will check the disease.

Kent.

13. Cough soon after waking in morning: Alumina.

Kent.

14. Headaches from becoming overheated: Bromium.

Kent.

15. Most tantalizing craving for the opposite sex with no ability to perform coitus: Caladium.

Kent.

16. To cure the patient must use his will to help the remedy.

Kent.

17. The calcarea patient is a chilly patient.

Kent.

18. Homoeopathy is capable of demonstrating itself in all intelligent hands:

Kent.

19. Coldness of the affected part. Coldness in patches: Carbo A.

Kent.

20. Oozing of blood from inflamed surfaces. Black bleeding from ulcers: Carb. v.

Kent.

21. Carbo-veg. is one of the greatest medicines we have in the beginning of whooping cough.

Kent.

22. Retraction of navel: Carbo. S. Plb.

Kent.

23. Epilepsy in young persons at the age of puberty, from fright, from being chilled or exposed to some great change in the weather. Epilepsy during menses: Caust.

Kent.

24. Causticum has cured insanity:

Kent.

25. Injurious effects of fear and prolonged vexation: Causticum.

Kent.

26. Chronic, painless diarrhoea, worse in morning; Phos.

Johnson.

27. Dysentery, usually in beginning and when days are warm nights cool: Aco.

Johnson.

28. Haemorrhoids, like grapes, around the anus, not bleeding: Diosc.

Johnson.

29. Prolapsus ani with almost every stool: Podo.

Johnson.

30. Frequently appearing styes; Staph. Hep-s.

Johnson.

31. Vertigo on ascending a height: Calc-c.

Johnson.

32. Bites inside of cheek when chewing: Caust.

Johnson.

33. Bites the tongue when chewing: Caust.

Johnson.

34. The patient cannot walk without staggering if his eyes are closed (locomotor ataxia): Alumina.

Dewey.

35. Epilepsy caused by sexual intercourse the, aura seeming to start from the sexual organs: Bufo.

Dewey.

36. Impotence with cold, relaxed sexual organs, and diminished sexual power: Lycop.

Dewey.

37. Menses scanty and feeble, black and offensive, with pain in the hips and bearing down in the left ovary; better when the flow is established: Lach.

Dewey.

38. Cholera when the cramps are very severe and extend to the chest; vomiting and purging but lacking the cold sweat of Veratrum: Cupr. m.

Dewey.

39. Asthma brought on or made worse from inhalation of dust of any kind: Pothos.

Dewey.

40. Humid, scaly, biting-itching eruption on the head, especially on the back part of the head: Oleander.

Lippe.

41. Paralysis of the legs and feet, painless: Oleander.

Lippe.

42. Inflammation of the eyes, especially after suppressed syphilis or after the abuse of mercury: Nitric acid.

Lippe.

43. Diarrhoea preceded by colic from cool evening air: Mercurius.

Lippe.

44. Dyspnoea and asthma, with sensation as of a lump in the pit of the throat, immediately above the sternum: Lobelia Infla.

Lippe.

45. The medicine most homoeopathically corresponding is the most suitable, is the specific remedy.

Boericke.

46. Psora: it is the mother of all true chronic diseases except the syphilitic and sycotic.

Boericke.

47. The worst kinds of chronic diseases are those produced by the unskilfulness of allopathic physicians.

Boericke.

48. The highest ideal of cure is rapid gentle and permanent restoration of the health.

Organon.

49. Useful to the physician in assisting him to cure are the particulars of the most probable exciting cause of the acute disease.

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