Hectic fever - Homeopathic Books

Ferrum phosphoricum (Kent's Lectures)
Great weakness, and desire to lie down. Nervous at night. Rheumatic conditions. While it has been used by Schussler’s followers for the first stage of inflammatory fevers, it is…

Mercurius (Kent's Lectures)
The pathogenesis of Mercury is found in the provings of Merc. viv. and Merc. sol., two slightly different preparations, but not different enough to make any distinction in practice….

Nitric acid (Kent's Lectures)
Great general weakness; feeble reaction; extreme sensitivity, and nervous trembling, are marked features in this remedy. Patients greatly broken by long suffering, pain and sickness, physical more than mental…

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…

Tuberculinum bovinum (Kent's Lectures)
I want to take up the study of Tuberculinum. The preparation which I use is a little different from that which is generally found in the market. This preparation…

Sanguinaria (Clarke's Decachords)
1. Young people ; women at climaxis. 2. No marked mentals except hopeful state in phthisical patients. 3. Various headaches ; periodic, especially every seventh day ; begin occiput, spread upwards…

Acetic Acid (Allen's Keynotes)
Adapted to pale lean persons with lax, flabby muscles; face pale, waxy (Fer.). Haemorrhage; from every mucous outlet, nose, throat, lungs, stomach, bowels, uterus (Fer., Mill.); metrorrhagia; vicarious; traumatic…

Abrotanum (Allen's Keynotes)
Alternate constipation and diarrhoea; lineteria. Marasmus of children with marked emaciation, especially of legs (Iod., Sanic., Tub.); the skin is flabby and hangs loose in folds (of neck, Nat. m.,…