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Cicuta virosa (Kent's Lectures)
This remedy is of interest because of its convulsive tendency. It puts the whole nervous system in such a state of increased irritability that pressure on a part causes…

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…

Ignatia (Kent's Lectures)
Ignatia is frequently required and is especially suited to sensitive, delicate women and children; to hysterical women. You will not cure the natural hysterics with Ignatia, but you will…

Natrum carbonicum (Kent's Lectures)
Proved by Hahnemann, Hering and others. Persons who are in the habit of taking carbonate of soda for sour stomach get a proving of this remedy. I have met…

Nux vomica (Kent's Lectures)
Everywhere in this remedy we observe the striking oversensitiveness of the patient; it is brought out in all the symptoms. Irritable; oversensitive to noise, to light, to the least…

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…

Agaricus (Clarke's Decachords)
1. Light-haired persons of lax fibre ; old people with weak circulation ; drunkards. 2. Deliriums ; in typhoid conditions : of silly kind ; constant raving, tries to get…

ZINCUM METALLICUM (Boger's Synoptic Key)
REGION: BRAIN AND NERVES: Occiput. Spine. Orbital region. Root of nose. Blood. Inner canthi. WORSE: EXHAUSTION; mental. Suppressions. Noise. Touch. Wine. After being heated. BETTER: Motion. Hard pressure. Warm open air. FREE DISCHARGES. Fagged, enervated or depressed; can’t throw things off; develop exanthema or…

Aethusa Cynapium (Allen's Keynotes)
Especially for children during dentition in hot summer weather; children who cannot bear milk. Great weakness; children cannot stand; unable to hold up the head (Abrot.); prostration with sleepiness. Idiocy…