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Acid. Sulph. 3, 4h.
Arg. Nit. 6, 4h. With gastralgia and eructation of wind.
Calc. Carb. 6, 4h. After food, everything taken (especially fat, oils, and suger) “rises acid” the kind of dyspepsia that precedes tubercle.
Sulph. 6, 4h. Regurgitation of food tasting acid, a, hour after eating; sinking sensation at epigastrium.
Lyco. 6, 4h. With distended feeling after the least food, constipation, thick urine with red deposit.
Robinia. 3, 4h. Constant eructation and vomiting of intensely sour fluid, principally at night.
Carb. V. 6, 4h. With much stomach flatulence.
See also Dyspepsia.
Alcohol Habit: ----
Sulph, 30 or 200 every two or three weeks, in conjunction with any other treatment.
Cinchona Rub. Q, To relieve the craving for alcohol on persons who wish to give up the habit, 10 drops in a little glass of water three times a day. If it is not appear to have the desired affect, or if its effect should decrease, Sulph. 30, three times a day.
Avena Sativa Q, 10 drops 8h in a little glass of water for nervous collapse, sinking sensations and craving after the alcohol drinking.
Nux v. 3, 4h. Chronic Morning vomiting. Tremulousness, total abstinence.
Ant. Tart 6, 4h. Chronic vomiting, with white tongue.
Coloc. 3, 2om.—2h. With Diarrhoea. Cutting colic relieved by pressure or bending double; sensation as if the intestines were being squeezed between two stones, diarrhoea.
Dioscr. 3, 20m.—2h. Griping, drawing, bursting or cutting pains; flatulent spasm, < by pressure, by doubling up, > by standing erect and by moving about.
Bell. 1, 20m.—2h. When a spot is as if gripped with the nail; when the transverse colon is distended like a pad.
Cham. 6, 20m. Flatulent colic when the flatus collects in several spots; intolerance of pain, > at night and by warmth.
Stan. 6, 20m.—1h. In young children, the pain > by firm pressure; pain coming on gradually and passing off gradually.
Cina 1, 20m.—2h. Flatulent colic in older children, with or without worms.
Cocc. I. 3, 20m.—1h. Flatulent colic accompanying menstruation.
Plumb. Acet. 3, gr. ii.—6, 2h. With obstinate constipation.
Nux. V. 1, ˝ h. Flatulent colic in spare, dark subjects, with constipation.
Verat. Alb. 1, ˝ h. With blueness, cold sweat on forehead and symptoms of collapse.
Opium 1x, 2h. Should this fail Alumen 3, gr. iii—6, 3h.
Diabetes. – Insipidus (profuse flow of colorless urine containing no sugar).
Scilla 1, 3h. Night and day.
Phos. Ac. 1x, 3h. Chiefly in the night. ; failing this, Murex Purp. 6, 3h.,
or Uran. Nit. 3x – 30, 8h.
Mellitus (true diabetes, increased flow of urine containing sugar).—
Phos. Ac. 1x, gtt. Iii.—30, 8h. From nervous causes.
Uran. Nit. 3x—30, gtt, v. 8h. From digestive derangement.
Arg. Met. 3, gr. v.—30, 8h. Especially if accompanied with swollen ankles.
Cod. 3x, 4h. with restlessness, depression, irritation of the skin.
Nat. Sulph. 3, gr. v. 8h. In gouty persons.
Arnica 3, 6h. From a fall.
If these fail—(1) Syzygium 1x, gtt. v. 8h. This is a good general remedy and may
given with other.
Silica 3, gr. v. 8h. Diabetic coma (acetonaemia).
Op. 3x—30, 1h.
Proper diet will be prescribed, see diet.
Diarrhoea. – SUMMER DIARRHCEA
China 1, 1h. Frequent watery stools with griping pains.
Verat. A. 1-3, 1h. Vomiting and purging, much cutting colic, prostration, watery stools.
Podoph. 6, 2h. Watery yellow stools, early morning.
Colocyn. 1, 1h. Yellow or brown pappy or watery stools, after catarrh, much colic, causing to bend double.
Croton t. 3, 1h. Sudden copious gushing stools.
Iris v. 1, 1h. When there are bilious vomiting and evacuations.
Dulca. 1, 1h. When the attack has been induced by wet and cold.
Bovist. 3, 2h. Before and after menses.
See also below, under CHRONIC and SPECIAL KINDS OF.
Diarrhoea. (if take antibiotics)
Nit. ac. 30 or 200. From the use of antibiotics. is almost specific. A dose every
two hours will produce rapid improvement if the remedy is well indicated.
China. 1, 4h. Painless watery stools.
Ars. 3, 4h. Watery, black or yellow, acrid stools.
See also below, under SPECIAL KINDS OF.
SPECIAL KINDS OF.—
Camp diarrhoea, (1) Pyro. 30, 4h.; (2) Bapt. 1—30, 2h.; (3) Liatris Ix, 4h.
Colch. 1, 1h. Acute diarrhoea with deathly nausea and prostration, vomit at the smell or thought of food.
Apocy. 3x, 1h. Abdomen seems filled with wind and water, which is explosively discharged, great weakness of sphincter, loss of confidence.
Chi. 1, 2h. Lienteria.
Phos. Ac. Ix—30, 1h. Painless, grayish-white, watery, involuntary; evacuations not followed by feeling of weakness.
Benz. Ac. 3x, 3h. White, stinking, liquid, in children; copious, watery, clear-colored, very fetid; urine high-colored and strong-smelling.
Ant. Crud. 6, 2h. Solid hard lumps in watery diarrhoea.
Aloe. 3, 2h. In the morning, from 2 a.m. to 10 a.m., violent urging felt in hypogastrium and rectum, uncertainty, patient can scarcely retain faeces; diarrhoea alternating with pains in the head. Sense of insecurity in rectum, uncertain whether gas or stool will come.
(1) Phos. 30, 2h.; (2) Phos Ac. 30, 2h. Anus open, stool runs away without patient knowing,
Sulph. 3,2h. Morning diarrhoea, urgent, yellow.
Apis. 3x, 2h. Painless, greenish-yellow diarrhoea, gushing, occurring every morning,
Rumex C. 6, 2h. Morning diarrhoea, brown, watery, urgent, waking patient from sleep.
Nuphar L. 3, 2h. Yellow diarrhoea, between 4 and 5 a.m.
Podoph. 6, 2h. Watery yellow stools, without pain from 3 a.m. to 9 a.m., followed by sensation of weakness in abdomen and especially in rectum. Diarrhoea immediately after eating or drinking, sensation of weakness in rectum after.
Trombid. 30, 1—2h. Immediately after eating or drinking with great pain in abdomen and tenesmus, stools fetid, at times bloody.
Coloc. 1, 2h. Brown watery stools after eating or drinking, with much colic.
Ars. 3, 2h. Brown stools immediately after eating.
Dig. 3, 2h. White stools.
Leptandra 1, 2h. Black stools.
China 1,2h. Pappy stools after eating.
Ferr. 6, 2h. Diarrhoea on beginning to eat.
Podoph. 6, 2h. Diarrhoea preceded by prolapse of rectum. Chalky offensive stools. Green watery diarrhoea, with grinding of teeth and rolling of the head (during dentition) Dysenteric diarrhoea, with heat in the rectum and tenesmus. Diarrhoea alternating with head symptoms.
Petrol. 3, 2h. Diarrhoea only in the day-time; < from cabbage.
Puls. 3, 2h. Passive mucous diarrhoea, with little pain, chiefly at night.
Ipec. 3, 2h. Mucous diarrhoea, green or greenish-yellow, with griping.
Mag. Carb. 6, 2h. Sour-smelling diarrhoea, frothy, green, like the scum of a frog-pond.
Chamo. 1 or 6, 2h. Green mucus, chopped white and yellow mucus.
Mere. Sol. 6, 2h. Slimy, offensive, excoriating, of various colors.
Merc. Cor. 3, 2h. Slimy, blood-streaked.
Nux V. 3, 2h. Diarrhoea in infants from artificial food disagreeing, vomiting and purging with-out actual inflammation.
Rheum 1, 2h. Frequent faecal stools (sour), with colic and urging.
Urt. Ur. q, gtt. v. in hot water, 3 or 4h. Passing intestinal sand.
Acon. 1, 2h. Simple, acute, febrile dropsy.
Apis 3x, 2h. Acute febrile dropsy with absence of thirst.
Apis 3x, 2h. Unabsorbed effusions after inflammation of serious cavities, absence of thirst.
Apis 3x, 2h. Dropsy of incipient Bright's disease.
Dropsy after scarlatina, with no albumen in the urine and no thirst. Ars. 3, 2h. Dropsy after scarlatina, with albumen in the urine, thirst.
Tereb. Ix, 2h. Dropsy with haemorrhage from the kidneys.
Scilia 1, 2h. Acute dropsi-cal swellings with suppression of urine.
Calc. C. 6, 4h. Dropsy of leucocythaemia, aggravated by bathing.
Hell. N. 3, 1h. Cerebral dropsy. Dropsy with dark, scanty urine.
Apocy. Cannab. 1—3, gtt. v. 2h. As a general remedy for dropsy, anasarca, hydrocephalus, hydrothorax, ascites.
Apocy. Cannab. q—3x, gtt. v. 3h. Dropsy from disease of the liver. (This will relieve the dropsy frequently without remedying the disease of the liver. This remedy must be given carefully. In sensitive patients the Ć tincture will sometimes produce vomiting and symptoms of collapse.)
Aur. 3, gtt. iii. 8h. From syphilitic liver.
Ars. iad. 3x, gr. iii. after meals. Dropsy from organic disease of the heart.
Stroph. q-3, gtt. i-v. 4h. From degenerated heart muscle with or without valvular disease; small frequent irregular pulse, dyspnoea; burning in gullet or stomach, nausea, vomiting; diarrhoea.
Digit. 1, 2h. If the pulse is feeble, irregular, fluttering.
Begin in general with. Merc. Cor. 3.
Coloc. 1, 1h. Every hour. If there is much colic, relieved by bending double.
Nux V. 1, 1h. Tenesmus, > after stool.
Sul. 3,30, gr.v.3h. Should these fail within two days to effect great improvement, the following may be given as indicated: Autumnal dysentery, with fatiguing tenesmus, worse at night.
Ipec. 1, 2h. Dysenteric stools with white flocks, tenesmus, nausea.
Aloe 3, 2h. Heat, rawness, soreness in rectum with prolapse.
Nit. Ac. 1, 3h. Burning and tickling in the rectum, tenesmus; pain after stool.
Trombid. 30, 1-2h. Stool after all food or drink much abdominal pain and straining.
Vaccinium Myrtillus Q, gtt. x, 8h. In very chronic cases.
Rhus Tox. 1, 2h. Low typhous condition.
Nux V. 1, 2h. See also Diarrhoea for particular indications.
Lil. Tig. 30, 2h. Tenesmus after dysentery, enemata of Linseed tea. After these.
Nux. V. 3, 3h. From indigestible food, tongue brown at the back, cramping or spasmodic pain, flatulence, vomiting, constipation; dyspepsia of drunkards.
Carb. V. 6, 3h. Flatulent dyspepsia, great belching of wind, cutting pain in the chest, acidity, loose bowels.
Bry. 1, 2h. Feeling as of a stone at the stomach, sharp pain going through from epigastrium to the back of the chest, pain between the shoulders, bilious vomiting, pain across the forehead, white tongue, constipation.
Abies Cana. 3x, 4h. Craving for meat, pickles, and other coarse food ; gnawing, hungry, faint feeling at epigastrium.
Abies Nig. 3x, 4h. Sensation of undigested hard-boiled egg in the stomach, constriction at lower end of oesophagus; sensation as of something lodged in the chest to be coughed up, but nothing does come up, and coughing only aggravates; loss of appetite in mornings, great craving for food at noon at night.
Cham. q, gtt. i. Frequently (put about twenty drops of the medicine in a tumbler of hot water, and let the patient drink it in sips.) In bilious dyspepsia with great irritability and spasm.
Lept. 1, 3h. Bilious vomiting, black stools, dull pain in forehead and as if a band were tied across it.
Marc. Sol. 6, 3h. Pale flabby tongue, depraved taste, foul breath, light stools, depression of spirits.
Kali. Bi. 3x, 3h. Vomiting from chronic catarrh of the stomach, tongue thick yellow coat, red beneath of the stomach; in beer-drinkers; weight rather than pain after food, alternation of gastric symptoms with rheumatism.
Calc. Carb. 6, 6h. Ravenous hunger, white-coated tongue, heartburn; waterbrash ; milk disagree ; swelling of epigastrium, tight cloth unbearable ; abdomen distended and hard, offensive, white stools.
Kali. C. 6, 6h. Dry sore tongue, white, fatty and acid risings; nausea on every inward emotion; constant feeling as if the stomach were filed with water; great sensitiveness of epigastrium, burning and sticking pain in liver, great distension of abdomen after eating a little; stitches in the chest ; sick headache.
Sang. C. 3, 6h. Yellowish-white coating of tongue, it feels burnt longing for indefinite things; for spiced food; offensive eructations; nausea not relieved by vomiting; salivation; bitter vomiting with headache, burning, pressure or empty feeling at stomach, soreness in epigastrium.
Nat. Mur. 6, 6h. Tongue blistered, dry, burning when eating ; bitter taste, loss of taste, loss of all desire for tobacco in smokers ; salivation ; intense thirst ; waterbrash ; heartburn ; heartdistress, palpitation, throbbing in epigastrium after food “swashing” and fermentation in abdomen, constipation with hard, dry, unsatisfactory stools, feeling as if part remained behind.
Puls. 3, 3h. From eating fat food, mucous derangement, thickly coated, moist white tongue, nausea with little vomiting, heartburn, absence of much pain, feeling of distension, clothes have to be loosened, bowels loose or regular.
Ant. Crud. 6, 8h. Tongue milky-white, eructation of wind and fluid tasting of food taken.
Ant. Tart. 6, 8h. Milky-white tongue, nausea, vomiting, prostration.
Lyc. 6, 4h. Waterbrash, tongue coated white, flatulent distension of bowels, borborygmi, cannot bear the pressure of the clothes, constipation, gravelly urine, great sleepiness after dinner.
Hydrast. 1, 3h. Sodden-looking face, yellow slimy tongue, sour or putrid eructations, “goneness” after meals, alternate diarrhoea and constipation.
Carbol. Ac. 3x—3, 2h. Vomiting, acute dyspepsia, great flatulent distension.
Arg. Nit. 6, 3h. Heartburn, flatulence coming away easily, excess of acid, heart’s action disturbed by the stomach disorders.
Alumina 6, 2h. Deficiency of gastric juice.
Ars. 3, 2h. Irritative dyspepsia red tongue, loose bowels, fever, irritability, faintness.
Lobel. 3, 2h. Sense of weakness and oppression at epigastrium, oppression at the chest acidity with heartburn and lateritious urine, lump in the throat-pit, impeding respiration and swallowing ; “stomach cough”.
Aethusa. 3, 4h. Inability to digest milk : vomiting of curdled milk immediately after taking it.
Anac. 1, 2h. Symptoms disappear during eating, and return in two hours.
Gastric Ulcer. —
(Rest and milk diet; if milk is not tolerated, Sanvia.)
Uran. Nit. 3x, gr. ii. 6h. In general, especially when the ulceration is near the pyloric end of the stomach.
Arg. Nit. 6, gtt. ii. 6h. In chlorotic subjects.
Ars. 3, 4th. With dry, red tongue, thirst, cachectic or typhoid condition.
Kali Bic. 3x, gr. ii. 6h. After burns.
Ornith. U. q gtt. i. in powder, unit dose, or 3x, 8h. In elderly people with incarcerated flatulence, suspicion of cancer, (For the relief of the
pain which sometimes accompanies the affection, if the remedy most indicated does not suffice, Atrop. Sulph. 2, gr. ii. may be given intercurrently.)
Acute croupous inflammation of the stomach is due to poisoning, and this must be treated by the appropriate antidote. Catarrhal, see Dyspepsia, Stomach. Phos. 3, 4h. Degenerative inflammation of the stomach causing destruction of the peptic glands.
Arg. N. 6, 4h. Simple heartburn.
Lyc. 6, 4h. With white tongue, loaded ' urine, flatulence and constipation.
Manc. 6, 4h. Sensation of fire rising from stomach to throat.
Puls. 3, 4h. With loaded tongue, flat taste, bowels loose.
Caps. 3, every fifteen minutes. During an attack.
When due to acidity, see under Acidity, See also Dyspepsia.
[In chronic cases, a truss will be required; in strangulation operation must not be delayed; but in the absence of a surgeon relief may be given by the timely internal administration of medicine. The effect of posture will, of course, be studied. The patient will be made to lie on the back with the hips raised above the level of the shoulders.]
Nux V. 1, 4h. Pain in an old hernia. Threatened strangulation, Nux V. 1, every ten minutes (the lower part of the body to be raised).
Nux V. 3, 1h. If the child has pain in the hernia.
Calc. C. 6, 8h. Hernia in children, if fat.
Silic. 6, 8h. Hernia in children, in thin, rickety children.
Aescul. 1,4h. Inguinal hernia with cutting and neuralgic pains up right side. [In umbilical hernia a pad must be used, and the skin drawn by strips of plaster from both sides so as to make it lap over the tumour, which will then contract.] Surgical advice should always be sought when possible.
Neonatorum—(i) Cham. 6, 2h.; (1) Merc. S. 6, 2h.
Aco. 3, 4h. Great sensitiveness, bad smells have a powerful effect.
Bell. 3, 4h. Great sensitiveness; faintest odour, especially of tobacco, unbearable.
Graph. 6, 4h. Smell abnormally acute; cannot tolerate flowers.
Carbol. Ac. 3, 4h. All odour too strong; disgusting.
Aur. Met. 3, gr. v. 8h. Everything smells too strong.
Puls. 3, 4h. Offensive smell as of old catarrh.
Sul. 3, 4h. Of old offensive mucus; of burnt bone; of soap suds; of boiled peas.
Kali. Bich. 3x, gr. ii. 4h. Putrid small.
Aur Met. 3, 8h. Putrid small in nose when bowling it.
Bell. 3, 4h. Of rotten eggs.
Calc. C. 6, 4h. Very offensive smell.
Diosc. 3, 4h. Bad smell like bilious faeces; an offensive smell remains a long time.
Sang. 3, 4h. Of roasted onions.
Anac. 30 8h. Constant smell before the nose of pigeon’s dung, or of burning tinder.
Sang. 3, 4h. During catarrh, with loss of taste.
Mag. Mur. Loss of taste and smell after catarrh or influenza.
Am. Mur. 3x, 4h. Loss of smell with cough and stoppage of the nose.
Smoking.—See Tobacco Habit.
Stomach.— See Acidity, Dyspepsia.
Ars. 3, 4h. Burning at stomach; thirst for little and often; anguish, restlessness, wasting.
Ornith. U. Q, single doses at intervals of one, two, or three weeks. Balls of flatulence rolling about in upper abdomen.
Hydrast. 3, 4h. Constant sinking sensation; eructations of sour fluid; vomits all she eats except milk and water mixed; constipation.
Cundurango 3, 6h. Burning in stomach; cracks in corners of mouth.
[These medicines may be given singly and persistently according to the general symptoms. Should the medicine that is being given appear to be losing its effect, one of the others should be substituted.]
Kreas. 3, 4h. For the vomiting.
Kali. C. 6, 4h. Constant feeling as if the stomach were full of water.
See also Cancer. Stone. See Calculus.
Carb. V. 6, 3h. Coldness, flatulence, cutting pains about the chest, vomiting of mucus, tongue clean or coated.
Carbol. As. 3, 2h. Vomiting, pain in pit of stomach spreading into the chest, flatulence.
Oxal. Ac. 3x, 4h. Intense pain at the stomach, sharp or burning, vomiting of slimy matter; great prostration; coldness.
Ant. Crud. 6, 8h. Tongue milky white; eructations of wind and fluid tasting of food taken.
Hydras. 3, 3h. Sodden-looking face, yellow slimy tongue, “goneness” after meals, alternate diarrhoea and constipation.
See also Dyspepsia.
Camph. 3, 4h. Increased taste of all food.
Nat. m. 6, 4h. Food tastes bitter.
Camph. 3, 4h. Food tastes bitter.
China. 3, 4h. Food tastes bitter.
Puls. 3, 4h. Food tastes bitter.
Merc. Sol. 6, 4h. Bread tastes sweet.
Cupr. 6, 4h. Slimy, sweetish metallic.
Rhust. 3, 4h. Sour, metallic, greasy.
Nux V. 3, 4h. Food and drink have a sour taste; milk tastes disgusting as if spoiled.
Hydrast. 3, 4h. Food tastes strangely.
Bell. 3, 4h. Everything tastes salt.
Taste of food remains long after eating
(1) Nat. M. 6, 4h.; (2) Nit. Ac. 6, 4h.
Diminished And Lost.—
Calc. C. 6, 4h. Taste blunted.
Ant. t. 6, 4h. Food seems tasteless; milky-coated tongue.
Puls. 3, 4h. Diminished taste, moist, coated tongue.
Bor. 3, 4h. Taste flat and insipid, sore aphthous mouth.
Mag. M. 6, 4h. Taste lost, with loss of smell, after a cold.
Complete loss of taste—
Nat. M. 6, 4h.; (2) Mag. C. 6, 4h.; (3) Sul. 3, 4h.
Ant. C. 6, 4h. Loss of taste, with tongue thickly coated white.
Illusions.—Tastes In The Mouth.—
Nux V. 3, 4h. Bad taste in the mouth in the morning; food and drink taste sour; bad odour from the mouth; sour, bitter taste.
Rheum. 3, 4h. Bad taste after sleeping.
Hydras. 3, 4h. Bad taste in the morning; food tastes strangely; peppery; acid peppery taste.
China. 3, 4h. Bitter taste in the mouth.
Chel. 3, 4h. Bitter taste, but natural whilst eating and drinking; sweetish taste of blood.
Alumina 3, 4h. Taste of blood.
Nit. Ac. 6, 4h. Taste of blood whilst coughing.
Merc. Cor. 6, 4h. Bitter; slimy; metallic.
Merc. Sol. 6, 4h. Salty; sweet; bread tastes sweet; taste of bad eggs.
Aesc. H. 3, 4h. Coppery, metallic.
Sul. 3, 4h. Bitter; pasty; bilious; metallic; like vinegar; taste of blood.
Calc. C. 6, 4h. Offensive; sour.
Lyc. 6, 4h. Sour; sour dry taste; sour taste to all food.
Puls. 3, 4h. Slimy; disgusting; bilious.
Borax 3, 4h. Flat taste.
Arg. N. 6, 4h. Clayey taste.
Putrid taste; putrid smell from mouth—
Arn. 3, 4h.; (2) Aur. Mur. 3x, 4h.
Ab. N. 3x, 8h. Dyspepsia.
Ferr. 6, 4h. Cramp-like pain in stomach, least food disagrees.
China 3, 4h. Flatulence and nervous debility in excessive tea-drinkers.
Thuja 6—30, 4h. Neuralgia from drinking tea.
Thuja 30—200, once or twice a week. Chronic effects of over-indulgence in tea.
Ant. T. 6, 4h. Complete.
China. 3, 4h. Absence of thirst during heat; no thirst when eating.
Apis 3x, 4h. Thirst-less during heat; in dropsy.
Cyc, 3, 4h. No thirst during the day, but returning in the evening; loss of appetite.
Puls. 30, 4h. Loss of thirst.
Aco. 3, 2h. During fever.
Ars. 3, 2h. Unquenchable thirst; drinks much, but little at a time; drinking does not refresh; prefers it very cold and often vomits it as soon as swallowed; dry mouth.
Bell. 3, 2h. Excessive thirst for cold water, with dryness of mouth and throat and difficulty in swallowing.
Canth. 3, 2h. Great thirst with burning in throat and stomach.
Crot. H. 3, 2h. Unquenchable burning thirst.
Merc. C. 6, 4h. Unquenchable burning thirst, great desire for cold water in large quantities.
Bry. 3, 2h. Great thirst; must drink large quantities; during internal fever.
Dulc. 3, 2h. Violent thirst, but drink immediately vomited.
Stram. 3, 2h. Violent thirst; unalloyed by water; desire for sour drinks; dry throat.
Verat. 3, 2h. Great thirst with hunger; much thirst for cold drinks; excessive thirst with perspiration.
Sul. 3, 2h. Great thirst with loss of appetite.
Eup. Perf. 3, 2h. Thirst for cold water, followed in some hours by chill.
Nat. M. 6, 2h. Unquenchable thirst during chill.
Tobacco Habit, or Nicotism.—
[All those who suffer from the effects of tobacco, whether in the eye, the heart, the nerves, the stomach, or the throat, should abstain from its use. Homoeopathic medicines are of great assistance to those who wish to break themselves of the habit.]
In leaving off tobacco. Nux v. 3 should be taken every four hours; and when the craving comes on, a Camphor pilule should be chewed.
Stroph. 1, 2h. Tobacco heart.
Phos. 3, 2h. Tobacco blindness: dim sight, photophobia unable to read by candlelight.
Plumb. Acet. 3, gr. v. 4h. Diplopia; cloudy vision; optic neuritis.
Nux V. 3, 2h. For the dyspepsia.
Spig. 3, 2h. For the heart distress.
Calc. Phos. 3, gr. v. 2h. Granular sore throat.
China. 3, 4h. To destroy the desire for tobacco; in nervous, flatulent, dyspeptic persons.
Ars. 3, 4h. In chilly, restless persons, thirst for cold things, nausea, vomiting.
Kali cyan. 1—3, 8h.
Aur. Met. 3x, gr. iv. 8h. Stony hard nodules.
Alumen. 30, 12h. Tongue dry; burning; sour feeling; stitches worse at tip.
Cund. q—3, 8n. Painful pustules r, side of tip on upper surface; pain in 1. half of tongue.
Kali cy. gr. 200 once in four days. Of r. side of tongue.
Hydrast. 1—30, 8h. Tongue as if burned or raw, dark red appearance and raised papillae.
See also Cancer.
Bell. 3, 2h. Cracked, dry, parched.
Ran. S. 3, 2h. Peeling and cracking.
Arum. T. 12, 2h. Cracked, painful, bleeding.
Rhus v. 3, 2h. Cracked down the centre.
Enlargement And Inflammation.—
Mer. Viv. 6, ˝ h. Great swelling and protrusion. Sub acute inflammation of the mucous membrane, thick yellow mucous coat; sweet taste in mouth.
Aco. 3, ˝ h. 4h. If there is much fever. To be followed by Merc. Viv. 6, ˝ h.
Canth. 3, Ľ h. If the inflammation arises from a burn or scald.
Apis 3x, Ľ h Acute oedema.
Oxal. Ac. 6, 4h. Tongue swollen, sore; excoriated checked the desquamated.
[As soon as the swelling is checked the intervals between the doses may be increased.]
Caust. 6, 2h.
Dulc. 3, 2h. Swollen and stiff, seems paralyzed; cannot be protruded.
Gels. 3, 2h. Feels very thick, can hardly speak.
Aco. 3, 2h. Surface And Sensation.—Numb; burning; red; dry; white furred.
Bell. 3, 2h. Dry, cracked, parched; papillae deep red swollen.
Ars. 3, 2h. Red with silvery coat; clean, red, furred, with red streak down the middle and red tip; dry ; dry and brown coated; burning, as if covered with burning vesicles.
Merc. C. 6, 2h. Red with blackish coat; much coated most, edges red; white coat in front, yellow behind; dry, hot.
Mez. 3, 2h. Swollen and red; prominent papillae on white ground; burning extending to stomach.
Fragar. Ves. Q—3, 2h. Peppy strawberry-like tongue.
Bacil. 30. once a week Peppy strawberry-like tongue.
Ant. T. 6, 2h. Red in streaks; red, dry in middle; thinly coated white with reddened papillae and raw edges; thick white and bilious fur; brown.
Oxal. Ac. 6, 6h. Swollen; thick white coat; patched red and white spots; aphthous; thick white dry coat in patches; tongue and fauces whitened .
Arg. Nit. 6, 6h. White patches.
Mur. Ac. 1, 2h. Tongue thick, darkened, and together with mouth and fauces, covered with grayish white coat; bluish; blistered and burning.
Gymnocl. C. 3, 2h. Bluish- white coat.
Ant. C. 6, 2h. Thick white, milky coat; dirty tongue in children.
Bry. 3, 2h. White coat; thick white coat.
Aesc. H. 3, 2h. White; yellow.
Hydrast. 3, 2h. Yellow coat; broad yellow stripe; large, intended, feels scalded.
Merc. S. 6, 2h. Swollen, thickly coated white, indent.
Merc. V. 6, 2h. Black, with red edges, pale. tremulous.
Carb. V. 6, 2h. Black tongue.
Phos. 3, 4h. Dry, with blackish-brown coating.
Bapt. 3, 2h. Swollen, thick, white-coated; yellowish-white; thick fur; baked appearance in the middle.
Puls. 3, 2h. Dry in the morning, covered with tenacious mucous as if with a membrane; tongue broad.
Lyc. 6, 2h. White, with prominent papillae; white coat; yellow blisters; burning.
Nux. V. 3, 2h. White; clean at front part, yellow behind.
Sul. 3, 2h. Thick, dirty yellow fur.
Gels. 3, 2h. Feels very thick, can hardly speak; red, white, or yellow.
Rhus. T. Red at apex.
Rhus. V. 3, 2h. White in middle, back and edges red; red tip; cracks in middle; distress at root.
Caust. 6, 2h. White at both sides, red in the middle.
Nat. M. Blisters with burning; white or yellow coat; mapped tongue.
Nit. Ac. 6, 2h. Sore, blistered, bad breath.
Ulceration and Ulcers.—
[In all cases the constitutional state must be attended to, and the hygienic surroundings of the patient.]
Bell. 3, 2h. When the skin is red and erysipelatous-looking, and feels hard.
Lach. 6, 2h. Skin about the ankle dark and painful.
Ham. 3, 2h. Varicose patches.
Kali Iod. gr. ii. 4h. Nodular swellings in syphilitic subjects. [In all cases the limb must be supported by suitable bandages, and rest enjoined.]
Sil. 6, 4h. Simple ulceration; perforating ulcers ; locally, Sil. 6, zii. in zzvi., to be kept applied as a lotion.
Sul. 3, 4h. In chronic cases, begin with Sul. ; locally, Calend. q zii.—zzvi. for a lotion (or, zii.—zzi. of Cetacean ointment for an ointment).
In atonic ulcer on legs,
(1) Hydrast. 1, 3h.; locally, Hydrast. Q, zii. in zziv. for a lotion; or, zii.—zzi. of Unguent cetac. for ointment;
(2) Kali Bichr. 3x, gr. iii. 4h.; locally Kali Bichr. gr. i.—zzviii. for lotion.
Nit. Ac. 3—30,4h. Ulcers bleed when touched; stinging pains; feeling of a splinter; hard, everted, irregular edges; fungating; carious, mercurial or syphilitic; locally, Nit. Ac. 1x, zii.—zzviii. for lotion.
Ast. Rub. 6, 4h. Chronic ulcers on the left side; ulcers with sensitive edges and fetid discharges; locally, Calend. q, zii.—zzvi.
Lach. 6, 2h. Irritable ulcer; locally, Calend. q, zii.—zzvi. for lotion.
Ham. q, 3h. Varicose ulcers with great sensitiveness of the part; locally. Ham. Q, gtt. xx.—zzi. for lotion; or Ham. q, zi.—zzi. of Ung. cetac. for ointment.
Card. M. q, 4h. Large varicose ulcers; with enlarged liver and spleen.
Ars. 3, 4h. Painful burning ulcers; locally, Ars. 3, zii.—zzvi. for lotion.
Phos. 3, 3h. Punched-out ulcers, ulcers that bleed readily, especially at catamenial periods; ulcers surrounded by smaller ulcers; locally, Calendula ointment or lotion.
Mez. 3, 3h. Ulcers with an areola, sensitive and easily bleeding, painful at night; pus has tendency to form an adherent scab, under which more pus collects; locally, Mez. q, zii.—zzvi- for lotion; or zii.—zz1. of Ung. cetac. for ointment.
Merc. Sol. 6, 4h. Weeping ulcers; locally, Calend.
Paeon. 3, 3h. Painful and fetid ulcers; locally, Paeon. Q, zii.—zzvi. for lotion; zii.—zzi. of Ung. cetac. for ointment.
Comocl. 3, 3h. Deep hard-edged ulcers; locally, Comocl. Q, zii.—zzvi.of Ung. cetac. for ointment.
"Constitutional" and syphilitic ulcers—
(1) Kali I. gr. iii.—30, 4h.; locally, ointment of acid Nitrate of Mercury, dilute; (Ung. hydrarg. nit. B. P. zii., Ung. cetac. zzi.).
(2) Nit. Ac. 6, 4h.; locally, Nit. Ac. 1x, zii.—zzviii. for a lotion.
Sloughing or phagedaenic ulcer, as from bed-sores—
(1) Crot. H. 3, 2h.; to be kept constantly clean; if necessary, in a continual water-bath in which Condy's fluid (z!.—Oj.) has been mixed, the water being kept flowing through the bath in a constant stream.
(2) Nit. Ac. 6, 2h.; locally, Nit. Ac. 1x, zii.—zzvi. for a lotion (with frequent cleansing).
(3) Ars. 3, 2h.; locally, Ars. 3, zii.—zzvi. for a lotion.
Carb. V. 6, 2h.;When there is much prostration, with coldness and vital depression; locally, Nit. ac. 1x, zii.—zzvi.
See also Bed-sores. [As an alternative for the Hydrastis or Calendula ointment, the Resin ointment of the B.P. is often of service; also Boracic acid ointment.]
Ipec. 3, 1h. Vomiting of food or mucus, nausea, salivation.
Ant. T. 6, 1h. Nausea, vomiting coming on late, great prostration and complete muscular relaxation, white tongue; morning vomiting of drunkards; vomiting of liquids as soon as
Ars. 3, 2h. Red tongue, irritable state of stomach, inability to retain water, gastritis.
Phos. 6, 2h. Cold water is vomited as soon as it becomes warm in the stomach.
Carbol. Ac. 3, 2h. Vomiting with flatulent dyspepsia; neuralgia over right eye.
Iod. 3x, 2h. With marasmus, indigestion of food.
Aethus. C. 3, 2h. Vomiting of milk.
Merc. Sol. 6, 2h. Sudden vomiting of milk in infants.
Ferr. Mur. 3x, 4h. Vomiting of ingesta and Lienteria.
Iris V. 3, 2h. Acid or bilious vomiting.
Petrol. 3, 1h. Nausea; vomiting of food, mucous and bile; headache.
Kreas. 3, 4h. Chronic; Hysterical vomiting.
Apomorph. 3x. 2h. Cerebral or reflex vomiting; sudden, profuse, not preceded by nausea, followed by headache.
Cocc. Ind. 3, 2h. From motion, as in sea-sickness.
See also Dyspepsia, Pregnancy (morning sickness), Sea-sickness, etc.
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