Nux vomica – Mind

Mind; ABSENT-MINDED (Forgetful) (111) ** Mind; ABSORBED; morning (2) * Mind; AFFECTIONATE (see Love)(Indifference) (19) * Mind; ANGER (irascibility)(See Irritability, Quarrelsome, Hatred) (136) *** Mind; ANGER; morning (5) ** Mind; ANGER; ailments after anger (vexation; etc) (66) *** Mind; ANGER; ailments after anger; with anxiety (29) *** Mind; ANGER; ailments after anger; with fright (18)

Coccus cacti

There is a little remedy and will be a relief after the study of so many difficult ones. With fuller proving it will doubtless show itself a deep acting constitutional remedy. Although it has cured some deep-seated chronic troubles, it has been used chiefly in acute affections. This is only because of the scantiness of

Crotalus horridus

The first impression would be to rebel against the use of such substances as Crotalus, Lachesis, Apis and other animal poisons, and it” is true that ” the lay mind must look with something like horror upon their administration; but when they are properly used and when we consider the dreadfulness of the necessity demanding


Lachesis is a frequently indicated remedy, and one that you will need to study much in order to know how to use. Lachesis seems to fit the whole human race, for the race is pretty well filled up with snake as to disposition and character and this venom only causes to appear that which is

Tuberculinum bovinum

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 I procured through a Professor of Veterinary Surgery. In Pennsylvania there came a time when a handsome herd of cattle had to be slaughtered because of


1. Thin, single women with rheumatic tendencies and nervous, hysterical temperament. 2. Unstable mental state constantly relapsing into profound depression ; anxiety and fears of death, insanity, nature and extent of illness, etc. ; loquacity ; mental and physical restlessness ; mental state alternating with physical. 3. Utero-ovarian disorders, with various reflex disturbances incidental thereto


1. Dark, phlegmatic subjects ; or women with red hair and freckled complexion, especially at climaxis ; also broken-down constitutions. 2. Extreme alternations, mind and sensorium, (a) Mental activity with almost prophetic perception ; ecstasy ; loquacity with rapid change of subject especially when delirious ; hurry and flurry ; delusion of voices, etc. (b)

Mercurius Sol

1. Light-haired subjects of lax fibre ; earthy or dirty yellow, rough complexion. Anti-syphilitic, second stage. 2. Mental slowness but states changeable ; (a) memory and will power deficient ; answers questions slowly ; despondency ; (b) hurry and anxiety ; loquacity, especially in delirium ; time passes slowly. 3. Weakness and weariness in all


1. Sallow-complexioned subjects ; lax fibre ; “bilious” temperament. Children. 2. Depression about his disease, etc. ; thinks he will die. 3. Alternating complaints ; e.g. winter headache alt. summer diarrhoea. 4. Difficult dentition ; moaning and grinding of teeth at night ; intense desire to press gums together (Phytolacca) ; head hot and rolling


1. Young plethoric persons who desire light and company, dread the dark and solitude. 2. Acute manias and deliriums, great terror, attempts to escape, hallucinations especially of terrible animals ; great rage with screaming, biting and scratching ; loquacity, constant praying and entreating ; staring, brilliant eyes, widely dilated pupils ; strange imaginations, e.g. of