Vertigo - Homeopathic Books

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…

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…

Cinchona (Kent's Lectures)
Now we shall take up the study of Cinchona, or China. Persons who have suffered much from neuralgias due to malarial influences, who have become anemic and sickly from…

Cocculus indicus (Kent's Lectures)
We will study the general system and the mind as usual. Cocculus slows down all the activities of the body and mind, producing a sort of paralytic weakness. Behind…

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…

Culex musca (Kent's Lectures)
When this remedy is needed your patient will present to you a picture of something on fire; he burns like something he would like to mention, and perhaps does…

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…

Ferrum iodatum (Kent's Lectures)
Morning, afternoon, evening, NIGHT, after midnight. The patient feels better in the open air. Anemia in a marked degree. General physical anxiety; chlorosis; choreic twitching of the muscles; constantly…

Gratiola (Kent's Lectures)
It is a great remedy for nervous prostration; marked lassitude, with mental and bodily weakness. It is closely related to Coffea and Nux vomica and especially useful for the…

Helleborus niger (Kent's Lectures)
In all the complaints of Helleborus stupefaction occurs in greater or less degree. Sometimes it is a complete stupor, sometimes a partial stupor, but it is always stupefaction and…

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