The Hom Opathic Guide. Abridged from the 'Hom Opathic Domestic Medicine'

The Hom Opathic Guide. Abridged from the 'Hom Opathic Domestic Medicine'

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1869 edition. Excerpt: ...of fugitive or suddenly shifting pains; of scalding pain in the eyes, with flow of tears; of itching, smarting, pricking, and irritation of the skin; of great sensitiveness of cold; of tightness of the throat and chest; of excessive desire to vomit, with throbbing at the pit of the stomach; of extreme tenderness of the stomach; of marked chilliness, with shuddering; of slimy, foul taste in the mouth; of constant bitter or sour taste in the mouth. Skin--Marked with red spots like fleabites; puffed and red, with tingling; affected with eruptions of small blisters; of the face alternately pale and flushed; cold all over, or very hot and dry at night; or hot all over, and moistened with perspiration on the face; affected with lateral sweating, or with general profuse sweat towards morning; or with copious, offensive sweat in like manner; puffed, with dropsical swelling of the feet towards night; exhibiting small blisters between the fingers. Discharges--Of greenish phlegm, and sour, bitter, bilious matters in vomiting; of food by vomiting after having eaten; of thick, white, lumpy, or yellowish phlegm in coughing; of urine copious, clear, and pale; during sleep; very frequent and loose from the bowels, especially at night; copious, of water from the eyes. Mouth and tongue--Throat red, and very sore, dry, and parched, or clogged with thick, stringy phlegm, and worse towards night; tongue coated with greyish, whitish, or yellowish fur. Dominant Signs.--Frequent sneezing, and shifting pains. EHTTS TOXICODENDRON. A SHRUB VERY COMMON IN NORTH AMERICA. English name.--Creeping Sumach, Poison-Oak. General uses.--As a constitutional remedy, the usefulness of Rhus chiefly occurs in some bad forms of typhoid fever, and of vesicular eruptions. It is, ..
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  • Paperback | 34 pages
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  • United States
  • English
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  • 1236845943
  • 9781236845948