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Nux vomica – Mind (Kent's Repertory)
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…

Cyclamen (Kent's Lectures)
Aversion to motion, yet motion ameliorates her pain and uneasiness. Aversion to the open air, yet open air ameliorates some symptoms, especially the coryza and cough. The marked dulness…

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…

Platinum (Kent's Lectures)
The Platinum proving represents the woman’s mind perverted. It is especially suited to hysterical women such as have undergone fright, prolonged excitement, or from disappointment shock, or prolonged hemorrhages….

Sulphur iodatum (Kent's Lectures)
This is a very profound and long-acting remedy affecting all parts of the body with aggravations morning, afternoon, evening, NIGHT, and after midnight. Desires open air, which ameliorates the…

Antimonium Crudum (Clarke's Decachords)
1. Adapted to the extremes of life ; especially to young people inclined to grow fat. 2. Mentals. Great sadness with weeping, especially in intermittents. Sulkiness, no wish to speak…

Causticum (Clarke's Decachords)
1. Dark-haired persons of rigid fibre and yellow, sallow complexion. 2. Melancholy mood ; especially after long lasting grief or sorrow ; with easy weeping particularly in children or peevishness…

Coffea (Clarke's Decachords)
1. Tall, lean, stooping, dark-complexioned subjects sanguine, choleric temperament. 2. Generally cheerful disposition but subject to fits of temper though without spitefulness ; variable moods. 3. Hyperaesthesia of the special senses. 4….

Ignatia Amara (Clarke's Decachords)
1. Nervous, hysterical women ; dark hair and complexion ; pale, wan, drawn appearance ; disposition mild but easily excited ; quick in perception, rapid in execution (ctr. Puls.). 2….

Nux Moschata (Clarke's Decachords)
1. Women and children of nervous, hysterical temperament ; old people. 2. Rapid change of moods ; absent-mindedness, loss of memory ; thoughts vanish while writing ; talking, etc. ;…

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