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Nitric acid (Kent's Lectures)
Great general weakness; feeble reaction; extreme sensitivity, and nervous trembling, are marked features in this remedy. Patients greatly broken by long suffering, pain and sickness, physical more than mental…

Opium (Kent's Lectures)
Among the striking features of Opium is a class of complaints marked by painless, inactivity, and torpor. Many of the provers taking small doses had torpor, inability to realize…

Psorinum (Kent's Lectures)
Psorinum os closely allied to Sulphur The patient dreads to be washed. The skin over the body, especially of the face, looks filthy, though it has been well washed….

Sabina (Kent's Lectures)
The use of this remedy is generally confined to symptoms of the kidneys, bladder, uterus, rectum and anus; inflammatory and hemorrhagic symptoms principally of these parts. Sabina establishes a…

Sulphur (Kent's Lectures)
Sulphur is such a full remedy that it is somewhat difficult to tell where to begin. It seems to contain a likeness of all the sicknesses of man, and…

Thuja Occidentalis (Clarke's Decachords)
1. Fleshy persons ; dark, shiny, greasy complexion especially forehead ; black hair and unhealthy skin ; lymphatic temperament. Hydrogenoid constitution. 2. Depression even to melancholia ; dislikes company ;…

ACONITUM NAPELLUS (Nash's Therapeutics)
Fear: of death; of crowds; of going out. Anything, always fearful. Complaints from exposure to cold, dry cold. Congestions and inflammations, acute, first stage with great anxiety, heat and…