A Treatise on Headaches; Including Acute, Chronic, Nervous, Gastric, Dyspeptic, or Sick-Headaches Also Congestive, Rheumatic, and Periodical Headaches. Based on Th. J. Ruckert's Clinical Experience in Homoeopathy

A Treatise on Headaches; Including Acute, Chronic, Nervous, Gastric, Dyspeptic, or Sick-Headaches Also Congestive, Rheumatic, and Periodical Headaches. Based on Th. J. Ruckert's Clinical Experience in Homoeopathy

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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. 1853 edition. Excerpt: ...and her teeth painful, especially the front ones. She often had stretching pains in the whole of her face, the scalp was sore to the touch, as if ulcerated, especially when she was dejected and sorrowful. Her menses returned somewhat too soon; she complained of continued excessive lassitude and a certain uneasiness in the whole body, as if everything within her were in motion, and trembled so that she could not sit quietly in one place. These attacks had become more frequent during the last eight months, and arose from the slightest cold. Treatment.--Charn., Bell. and Merc. were given without relief; then Natrum Muriaticum, 22, one dose, night and morning, sufficed to cure the disease in a short time. Three weeks after, a slight return of the old trouble occurred from a violent cold, but disappeared rapidly and permanently under the use of the same remedy.--Austrian Hom. Jour., vol. 4, p. 1, p. 169. Here belong also the following interesting cases cured by the so-called "Sool," or Saline Baths. CASE 66.--A lady, aged 28, in whose family head affections with congestions were hereditary, received an accidental blow three years before, upon the left temporal bone; this spot remained sore and sensitive, and the slightest touch of it caused trembling of the whole body; the pains persisted night and day, and were attended with general cramps of the limbs. After the use of twelve general, and daily foot baths at the "Sool" baths of Ischl, in Austria, she was entirely cured.--Austrian Hom. Jour., vol. 10, p. 1, p. 173. CASE 67.--A lady, aged 32, without children, of a mild but irritable disposition, and disposed to melancholy, suffered with paroxysms of one-sided headache, attended with sudden distension of the abdomen, rumbling in...show more

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