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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…

Fluoric acid (Kent's Lectures)
It takes a long time for this remedy, in the proving, to develop its symptoms. It is a very deep-acting medicine, and an antipsoric, antisyphilitic and anti-sycotic. It is…

Graphites (Kent's Lectures)
The complaints of Graphites are worse morning, evening and during the NIGHT, especially before midnight. It is useful in people who are morbidly fat, or have been fat and…

Hydrastis canadensis (Kent's Lectures)
Hydrastis is a slow, deep acting remedy, required in many trophic disturbances where there is emaciation, catarrhal conditions and ulceration, even malignant ulceration. Defective assimilation. When it is noticed…

Kali arsenicosum (Kent's Lectures)
This is a very deep, long acting remedy, and one greatly abused by traditional medicine in the form of Fowler’s Solution. It was used extensively as an anti periodical…

Kali muriaticum (Kent's Lectures)
Symptoms appear in the morning; forenoon; afternoon; evening; night; before midnight; after midnight. Aversion to the open air and sensitive to drafts. The open air aggravates many symptoms. Asleep…

Kali silicatum (Kent's Lectures)
The silicate of potassium is a very deep acting remedy. Some of the symptoms are worse or come on in the morning, a few in the forenoon and afternoon,…

Kali sulphuricum (Kent's Lectures)
Two very deep acting remedies unite to form this one. It was left to Schussler to show its first curative powers. Dewey’s work on the “Tissue Remedies” gives 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…

Mercurius corrosivus (Kent's Lectures)
Merc. cor. has more excoriation and burning, more activity and excitement. Merc. is slower and more sluggish. Merc-c. is violent and active in its movements, it takes hold and…

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