The Red Sulphide of Arsenic was introduced and proved by Neidhard, but it has been used somewhat empirically on indications borrowed from its two...
OPIUM Papaver somniferum, Hahnemann used the dried milky juice of the green, half-ripe heads of the papaver somniferum, especially of the large-headed white poppy,...
Turkey Rhubarb, Rhabarbarum, NO.Polygonaceae
Rhubarb" Spikes of pink or white flowers with large palmate leaves, purple tinted on both sides. Generalities,
Sour smell of the whole...
REMEDY OF THE DAY: SAMBUCUS NIGRA Elder
Choudhuri, N.M. A study on Materia Medica.
Sambucus ┬átincture is prepared from the fresh leaves and
flowers. Sambucus for various...
REMEDY OF THE DAY: BROMIUM (The Element)
Allen H.C. Keynotes and Characteristics
It acts best, but not exclusively, on persons with light-blue
eyes, flaxen hair, light eyebrows,...
Gratiola is one of the most important members of the great Scrophularian group─Digit., Euphras., Tabac., Scroph.─and should be carefully studied with these.
Causticum is one of the great polychrest medicines of the Chronic Diseases. It is both antipsoric and antisycotic and antisyphilitic.
The leading feature of...
REMEDY OF THE DAY: EPIGEA REPENS
Gravel plant, mayflower, shadflower, gound laurel, mountain pink,
winter pink or Trailing arbutus, Massachusetts state flower.
for Urinary calculi, dysuria, gravel,...
REMEDY OF THE DAY: APOCYNUM CANNABINUM
Indian Hemp. DROPSY WITH THIRST.
Decreased excretions of mucous and
serous membrans and acts on cellular tissue,
Urine and sweat decreased
Walnut (Juglans Regia)
The Midwife flower
"From Vacillation to Inner Steadfastness"
"For those who have definite ideas and ambitions in life and are fulfilling them, but on rare occasions are...
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