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Veratrum Album (Allen's Keynotes)
While Hellebore. (Melanthaceae.) For children and old people; the extremes of life; persons who are habitually cold and deficient in vital reaction; young people of a nervous sanguine temperament. Adapted to…

Conium maculatum (Kent's Lectures)
This medicine is a deep, long acting antipsoric, establishing a state of disorder in the economy that is so far reaching and so long lasting that it disturbs almost…

Cuprum metallicum (Kent's Lectures)
Cuprum is pre-eminently a convulsive medicine. The convulsive tendency associates itself with almost every complaint that Cuprum creates and cures. It has convulsions in every degree of violence, from…

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…

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 phosphoricum (Kent's Lectures)
The symptoms of this remedy are worse morning, evening, and during the night. The over-sensitive, nervous, delicate persons, worn out from long suffering, much sorrow and vexation, and prolonged…

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…

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….

Naja (Kent's Lectures)
The use of Naja has extended far beyond its proving. So many of the Ophidian family present symptoms in common with it, that much has been presumed – truly…

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