The effects of lobster on some persons and under some conditions are well known.
In order to thoroughly study the effect A. M. Cushing adopted the happy idea of proving the specific lobster poison, and the result has been...
REMEDY OF THE DAY: RUMEX CRISPUS
Is characterized by pains, numerous and varied, neither fixed nor constant anywhere. Cough caused by an incessant tickling in the throat-pit, which tickling runs down to the bifurcation of the bronchial tubes. Touching...
REMEDY OF THE DAY; BELLADONA ATROPA
SUDEN, Hot, VIOLENT, Pains usually in short attacs
cause REDNESS OF FACE AND EYES,
Blackwood A.L. Diseases of the Heart.
May be needed in cerebral complications with pericarditis, face
flushed, the pupils dilated, and there is violent palpitations
REMEDY OF THE DAY: MAGNESIA CARBONICA
Known as the Gregory Powder -
A deep and long acting remedy and permeates the
economy adn throughly as Sulphur
Homeopathicly for nervous systems that require long
term permanent calm, and its skin effects are reflected
in the digestive...
Cerato-The Intuition Flower
Cerato (Ceratostigma Willmottiana) The Intuition Flower
"From Indecisiveness to Inner Certainty"
Dr. Bach's description: Those who have not sufficient confidence in themselves to make their own decisions. They constantly seek advice from others, and are often misguided.
- The Twelve...
REMEDY OF THE DAY: DATURA FEROX
Tincture made from seeds, or fruit not ripe.
Long spine thorn apple or Fierce thornapple
contains deathly toxins that can kill animals or
humans. Red brown when ripe
smoking petals of the plant will releave asthma
sleeps with eyes...
In his Cancer and Cancer Symptoms Cooper has published this case
George M., 40, who was suffering from cancer of the stomach, and was operated on in the Cancer Hospital. The operation was abandoned on account of the numerous adhesions,...
REMEDY OF THE DAY: CENCHRIS CONTOTRIX: Copperhead
snake of North America (USA). Tincture from the poison.Like other snakes,
affects the system profoundly. Like
Arsenicum has dysnea, mental and physical restlessness, thirst for small
quantities of water, necessity of clothing loose like Lach.
In spite of modern scepticism regarding the poisonous properties of the toad, Shakspere, who seems to have known everything, was absolutely correct in speaking of the toad as having "sweltered venom."
Round about the cauldron go,
In the poisoned entrails throw.
REMEDY OF THE DAY: HURA BRASILIENSIS
Used in leprosy, when skin feels as if it were hide bound Tense vesicles; sensation of splinter under thumb-nails. Skin of forehead feels drawn tight. Stiff neck, pain in back. Throbbing in finger tips....
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