Zincum phosphoricum

The times of aggravation of this remedy are morning, forenoon, AFTERNOON, EVENING, NIGHT. He (Patient) has a strong craving for warm, fresh air and is markedly sensitive to drafts; the open air ameliorates in general; marked general physical anxiety; many symptoms are worse from ascending. Hand and feet and other single parts go to sleep

Aloe Socotrina

1. Phlegmatic indolent persons ; old people ; women near climaxis ; tendency to local congestions. 2. Periodic and alternating complaints ; e.g. congestive headache in winter, diarrhoea in summer. 3. Diarrhoea spluttery, immediately after eating and drinking (Croton) ; drives out of bed early a.m. (Sulphur) ; abdominal distension with rumbling and colic before

Antimonium Tartaricum

1. Phlegmatic subjects ; hydrogenoid constitutions. 2. Persistent, irreconcilable ill-humour, < consolation ; child fractious, complaining, resents least touch (Ant. crudum). 3. Respiratory troubles with great accumulation of mucus ; coarse rales ; no expulsive power yet if expectorates temporarily ; attacks of suffocative dyspnoea with cyanosis. 4. Prostration with great drowsiness and cold sweat.

Arsenicum Album

1. Fat, plethoric persons ; usually dark ; easy disposition to diarrhoea, vegetarians ; old people. 2. Combination of sadness and irritability ; sometimes suicidal tendency ; great fastidiousness ; fear of the dark ; < alone ; hyperaesthesia of the special senses. 3. In adynamic fevers ; rapid and great prostration yet marked restlessness


1. Low, septic fevers with great prostration and muttering delirium ; face dark red ; vacant, stupid, even besotted expression 2. Great mental confusion ; sensation of divided personality expressed in various ways, e.g. body feels scattered, tries to collect the pieces. Concentration difficult (falls asleep while being spoken to or while answering question). 3.


1. Scrofulous children are most sensitive to this remedy : blonde type. 2. Great praecordial anxiety and restlessness. 3. Sudden and complete prostration of the vital forces ; hippocratic face, husky voice, etc., even after surgical operations. 4. Body surface cold yet patient does not feel cold and cannot bear covering (with less suddenness, Secale).

Carbo Vegetabilis

1. Cachectic, venous, sluggish, even stupid, old people. Persons whose vitality is weakened by exhausting diseases, loss of body fluids, or injuries. 2. Mental torpor ; memory weak ; indolence ; fear of the dark. 3. Extreme prostration ; last stages in any disease with hippocratic face ; blueness ; cold feet and legs to

Crotalus Horridus

1. Adynamic conditions in general, especially low, malignant fevers ; great prostration, low muttering delirium, tongue dry, brown, cracked or yellow with brown centre and red edges, etc. Bubonic and pneumonic plague. 2. Hemorrhagic tendencies ; from any or all orifices, from gums, under skin, nails, etc. 3, Septicemic states ; zymotic or septic poisonings

Cuprum Metallicum

1. Prostration with nervous trembling particularly as a result of mental strain and loss of sleep. 2. Patient ill-natured, angry, spiteful ; mentally and physically oversensitive. 3. Cramps, convulsions and spasmodic affections generally. Clonic spasms beginning in fingers and toes. Epilepsies without any clear symptoms or where aura begins in knees and ascends. 4. Paralysis

Eupatorium Perfoliatum

1. Worn-out constitutions ; from inebriety ; from bilious or intermittent fevers. 2. Diseases characterized by intense aching pains in bones as if broken, and bruised feeling all over the body surface. 3. Intermittent fevers ; bone pains before and during chill ; violent headache ; vomiting, from drink of water, of bile as chill