Gout - Homeopathic Books

Colchicum autumnale (Nash's Therapeutics)
The smell of food cooking nauseates to faintness. Fall dysenteries when the days are warm and nights cold; stools shreddy and bloody, like scrapings. Swelling of joints moving from one place…

Colchicum (Kent's Lectures)
It is rather singular that traditional medicine used Colchicum so much For gout. In all the old books it was recommended for this malady. The provings corroborate the fact…

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…

Kali carbonicum (Kent's Lectures)
The Kali carb. patient is a hard patient to study, and the remedy itself is a hard one to study. It is not used as often as it should…

Lycopodium (Kent's Lectures)
Lycopodium is an antipsoric, anti-syphilitic and anti-sycotic, and its sphere is broad and deep. Though classed among the inert substances, and thought to be useful only for rolling up…

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…

Phytolacca (Kent's Lectures)
This is a very imperfectly proved remedy, and it is only possible to present fragments of it. The mental symptoms have not been brought out, but the remedy has…

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…

Sepia (Kent's Lectures)
Sepia is suited to tall, slim women with narrow pelvis and lax fibres and muscles; such a woman is not well built as a woman. A woman who has…

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…

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