Cholera - Homeopathic Books

Veratrum Album (Allen's Keynotes)
While Hellebore. (Melanthaceae.) For children and old people; the extremes of life; persons who are habitually cold and deficient in vital reaction; young people of a nervous sanguine temperament. Adapted to…

Croton tiglium (Kent's Lectures)
Croton oil, when applied to the skin, produces both vesicles and pustules upon an inflamed base, and the part becomes” very red and sore. The inflammation often increases until…

Cuprum metallicum (Kent's Lectures)
Cuprum is pre-eminently a convulsive medicine. The convulsive tendency associates itself with almost every complaint that Cuprum creates and cures. It has convulsions in every degree of violence, from…

Gratiola (Kent's Lectures)
It is a great remedy for nervous prostration; marked lassitude, with mental and bodily weakness. It is closely related to Coffea and Nux vomica and especially useful for the…

Kreosotum (Kent's Lectures)
There are three things that stand out most prominently in Kreosotum, and when they appear together the symptoms in minor degree will be likely to be associated. These three…

Laurocerasus (Kent's Lectures)
The many strange constitutional symptoms indicate feeble circulation and weak heart. Great general coldness, that is not ameliorated by external warmth. It is like wrapping up a dead man….

Magnesia phosphorica (Kent's Lectures)
Magnesia phos. is best known for its spasmodic conditions and neuralgias. The pains are very violent and may affect any nerve. A pain localizes itself in a nerve and…

Phosphorus (Kent's Lectures)
The complaints of Phosphorus are most likely to arise in the feeble constitutions, such as have been born sick, grown up slender, and grown too rapidly. Its complaints are…

Podophyllum (Kent's Lectures)
This remedy is seldom used except in acute affections, but it is a long acting and deep acting drug; it produces a powerful impression on the economy; it relates…

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….

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