Of the scalp and hairy parts.-Cut the hair short over a small space surrounding the part affected, wash well with soap, rinse
the soap off thoroughly after-wards dab on a little spirit to still further cleans away all grease, then rub on a little cob-liver oil.
This may be done every fourth night.
Ars. 3, 8h. If there is general debility.
Bacil. 30-20. iv. once a week.
Sul. 6, 4h. If there is disorder of stomach and acidity, retching, loss of appetite, restlessness at night, cold feet, hot head.
Sep. 6, 4h. After Sul. Sep. ; locally (after washing the head with soap and water and cutting short the hair) a paste or sepia 1x, moistened with water, to be applied every night.
Calc. C. 30, night and morning. In plethoric persons, pale, lymphatic, cold, moist hands and feet.
Chrys. Ac. 2, It has a specific relation to ringworm, and I have frequently seen cases cleared up in a few days by the application of the ointment (gr. iv. To zi. Of vaseline or Cetacean ointment). These are very effective, has the advantage of not staining the clothes.