One of the worst cases of facial erysipelas I ever met, was cured by Ferrum phos. and Natrum sulphuricum. The face and head were swollen and nearly covered with the eruption; the patient could not see; there was present...
Morning sickness, with vomiting of food, sometimes with acid taste (Natr. phos.). Inflammation of the breast, first stage; after-pains. If given immediately after the birth it will heal the lacerated parts, thereby generally preventing the dangers of...
KALI PHOSPHORICUM Acute or chronic rheumatism, with stiffness of the parts or associated with nervous conditions; pains worse on beginning to move, but relieved by continual gentle motion.
The principal remedy in this disease. "Affection of the sciatic nerve, which extends down the back of the thigh to the knee; dragging pain; torpor; stiffness; great restlessness and pain; nervous exhaustion; lack of motor stimulus; moving gently for a...
Dr. Rozas says: "For three years I have employed Kali phos., 4x, in doses the size of a bean, dry on the tongue, every ten or fifteen minutes, as a remedy to excite labor pains. It has never failed...
KALI PHOSPHORICUM Indigestion from nervous disturbances; "gone feeling" in the stomach, hungry just after eating; voracious appetite during or after wasting diseases, with flatulence; gas gathers about the heart, causing pain and weakness of heart.
Deafness or dullness of hearing, from weakness of the nerves of the ear. Earache of a nervous character, or with sharp neuralgic pains in or around the ear.
The chief remedy in this disease; white- coated tongue; breasts swollen and painful; to prevent ''caking." Alternate with Ferrum phos. If a few doses of Ferrum phos. and Kali mur. are given about the time the secretion of milk...
FERRUM PHOSPHORICUM Short, acute, painful cough, with soreness in the lungs and no expectoration. Tickling cough, caused by irritation of the bronchial tubes. Hard and dry cough, with soreness of chest, alternate with Kali mur. or Natrum mur. For all...
Kali phosphoricum is the chief remedy, and should be continued steadily for some time, even after the symptoms have disappeared. It will be necessary to discover, if possible, the cause of the attack, and other remedies will be needed...
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