Coryza - Homeopathic Books

Chamomilla (Kent's Lectures)
The general constitutional state of Chamomilla is great sensitiveness; sensitive to every impression; sensitive to surroundings; sensitive to persons; and, above all, sensitive to pain. The constitutional irritability is…

Chininum arsenicosum (Kent's Lectures)
Complaints come on at night. Open air aggravates most complaints. General increasing anemia. Inflamed parts turn black. Chlorosis. Sensitive to cold, and complaints are worse from cold and from…

Cinchona (Kent's Lectures)
Now we shall take up the study of Cinchona, or China. Persons who have suffered much from neuralgias due to malarial influences, who have become anemic and sickly from…

Cinnabaris (Kent's Lectures)
The symptoms are worse at night from warmth of the bed, and when perspiring, like Mercurius. Worse from both heat and cold. Catarrhal inflammation. Fig-warts (Thuja). Ulcers. Many complaints…

Cistus canadensis (Kent's Lectures)
This remedy is an antipsoric, a deep-acting remedy. It runs very close to Calcarea, but is milder in its action. It has the same exhaustion from exertion, dyspnea sweating…

Cyclamen (Kent's Lectures)
Aversion to motion, yet motion ameliorates her pain and uneasiness. Aversion to the open air, yet open air ameliorates some symptoms, especially the coryza and cough. The marked dulness…

Dulcamara (Kent's Lectures)
This medicine seems especially to affect the mucous membranes It appears to have a tendency to establish or ultimate discharges, both acute and chronic. The Dulcamara patient is disturbed…

Eupatorium perfoliatum (Kent's Lectures)
Every time I take up one of these old domestic remedies I am astonished at the extended discoveries of medical properties in the household as seen in their domestic…

Euphrasia (Kent's Lectures)
Euphrasia is a short acting remedy of great usefulness in acute catarrhal affections with or without fever. Headaches that occur with coryza and eye symptoms, head aches in the…

Ferrum arsenicum (Kent's Lectures)
Complaints in general are aggravated in the morning, on waking; afternoon; evening; night, before midnight, after midnight. Aversion to the open air; aggravation in the open air. General physical…

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