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Gelsemium (Kent's Lectures)
If you will observe the weather conditions in sharp climates, such as Minnesota, Massachusetts and Canada, you will find that the cold spells are very intense and that people,…

Hepar sulphur (Kent's Lectures)
The Hepar patient is chilly. He is sensitive to the cold and wants an unusual amount of clothing when in cold air. He wants the sleeping room very warm…

Iodine (Kent's Lectures)
This remedy, in all of its complaints whether acute or chronic, has a peculiar kind of anxiety that is felt both in mind and body. It seems also that…

Moschus (Kent's Lectures)
Moschus cures many hysterical girls who have come to adult age without ever learning what obedience means. They are self-willed, obstinate and selfish. When they have been encouraged to…

Spongia tosta (Kent's Lectures)
The mental symptoms of Spongia show that it is a heart remedy. When a remedy produces the anxiety, fear, and dyspnea found in Spongia, it will most likely turn…

Aconite (Clarke's Decachords)
1. Strong, healthy, full-blooded person of quick, lively. sanguine temperament. 2. Emotional, mental and physical tension ; hyperaesthesia, of the special senses. 3. Onset of sthenic fevers, characterized by (a) intense…

Bromium (Clarke’s Pentachords)
1. Acts best in persons with light-blue eyes, flaxen hair, fair skin ; blonde, red-cheeked, scrofulous girls (ctr. lodum). 2. Inflammatory diseases of respiratory tract especially upper part ; croupous…

Hepar Sulphur (Clarke's Decachords)
1. Scrofulous subjects, leucophlegmatic, inactive, slow ; systems injured by mercury (first remedy). 2. Intense mental and physical hypersensitiveness ; trifles make him angry ; intolerance of pain, touch and…

Iodium (Clarke's Decachords)
1. Scrofulous subjects ; dark hair and eyes ; dirty yellow skin ; never fat ; especially children. 2. Patient excitable, restless, impulsive. 3. General sluggishness of patient and symptoms. 4. Great…

Kalium Bichromicum (Clarke's Decachords)
1. Scrofulous, fat, fair subjects, disposed to catarrhal troubles. 2. No very characteristic mental symptoms. 3. Catarrhal conditions of any mucous membrane with tough, tenacious, ropy discharges, gen. yellow ; also…

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