Hull's Jahr; A New Manual of Hom Opathic Practice

Hull's Jahr; A New Manual of Hom Opathic Practice

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1862 edition. Excerpt: ...for intellectual). Clem. Legs (Heaviness of the). Lach. Lie Down (Desire to). Bry. Lips (Swelling of the). Boy. natr. Nape of the Neck (Pain in the). N.-mos.--Rigidity of the. Lyc. Nausea. Verat. Neck (Pains extending into the). Natr.-m. Painful Weariness in the Body. Verat. Perspiration (Disposition to). Daph.--On the forehead (Cold). Verat. Pulsation in the Body. Sep. Rage. (See Exasperation.) Salivation. Daph. galv. mere. phos. stront. Shiverings. Daph. euphorb. lach. mere. puis. 8u1t Sleep (Desire to). Sulph. Sleeplessness. Sil. Temples (Extending to the). Chen. Thirst. Verat. Tossing. Clem. Uncovered (Dread of being). Clem. Vomiting. Verat. Walk About (Necessity to). Magn. Weakness. Clem, verat. Weep (Disposition to). Coff. CHAPTER XII. AFFECTIONS OF THE MOUTH. SECTION I.--CLINICAL REMARKS. AphthX in the Mouth.--The most approved remedies, especially for children, are: Bor., mere, ., vom., sulph., sulph.-ac. (See Sect. 2, and compare Stomacace. " Mercurial aphthae on the tongue or palate are most speedily removed by Sarsaparula, borax, nitr.-ac, lhuj., iod., agar., &c. Aphthae, which are accompanied with considerable debility in fevers, should be treated with Arsen., sulph., and sulph.-ac. Aphthae, accompanied with rhagades on the white-coated tongue, are cured by Cicuta. When the salivary glands are very much affected, secreting a tenacious mucus, Mercury is the best remedy (provided the disease has not been caused by it). When complicated with tuberculosis, Iodium and sulphur will effect a certain cure."--Hartmann, Ed. Dumbness.--See Speech. Fetid Odor Of the Month.--Although this affection is always a symptom of somo disease, its origin is often obscure, in which case the following remedies may be consulted--viz.: ...show more

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  • Paperback | 314 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 17mm | 562g
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  • Miami Fl, United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 123658726X
  • 9781236587268