Glycerin represents a deep acting and a long lasting effective drug, in its effect on the animal economy, in contra-distinction to the short, rapid, commonly used compound known as nitroglycerin, which is very short in action, and is summed up as a simple vasomotor dilator and circulatory depressant.
The remedies most often needed for the neuralgia sufferers are Belladonna, spigelia, Gelsemium, Plantago and Rhus tox. Those for the actual chronic sinus are Silicea, Calcarea, Pulsatilla, Kali sulph., Kali iod., Kali bi. and Hepar sulphur. With these remedies, and the cooperation of the patient, no further puncturing or lavage of the sinuses is ever needed.
With this brief history of the symptoms of my case, I will now turn your attention to the experiences of others who were not only personally poisoned by aluminum and its alloys, but who observed the poisonous effects in their extensive practices.
The retardation and obscuration of this most beneficent therapy has been bemoaned and lamented for years without the slightest amelioration in the general situation. Something more effective than mere condemnation of other methods of treatment is necessary to pull us out of the ditch.
We associate pain with disorder. A man can have spiritual pain, mental pain and physical pain. We associate all kinds of nervous distresses with illness. A man can be terribly distressed spiritually, mentally and physically. We think of disordered secretions, excretions, eruptions accompanying many sicknesses.
Whether this tendency to the psoric manifestations develops because of inability to assimilate or inability to relax to the point of assimilation, the end results are the same, and will continue to be until corrected through more healthy and natural ways of living plus the power of the potentized remedy to release suppressions and tune the maladjustments to order.
This is so not only in the study of the potency, but it is so almost entirely in the study of the crude drugs and their action, as well as our study of foods and their action; the effects are there to be seen, but the imponderable nature of the modus operandi is beyond our comprehension. The very same line of evidence is produced in all these fields; it is the effects only that are manifest to us.