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. Oversensitiveness to pain which seems insupportable, driving to despair. 5. III-effects (especially hysteria or insomnia) of sudden mental emotions, especially pleasurable surprises. 6.

Kalium Carbonicum

1. Elderly persons with dark hair, lax fibre, inclined to obesity ; feeble circulation ; anaemic, broken-down constitutions ; tendency to local congestions. 2. Mental slackness and weakness ; disinclined to any exertion ; peevish ; unreasonable apprehensions ; easily frightened ; intolerant of least touch (especially if unexpected) and of pain ; dreads solitude.


1. Light-haired, irresolute persons of phlegmatic temperament ; often scrofulous or syphilitic. 2. Hypochondriasis ; indifferent to everything and everyone ; angry at trifles but soon sorry. 3. Vesicular and pustular eruptions, especially after vaccination ; copious exudation of thick pus over which tough scabs form ; appear especially about the face and head ;

Nux Moschata

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. ; sense of double personality ; visionary dreamy states ; indifference. 3. Hypersensitiveness to all external stimuli. 4. Great drowsiness with nearly all complaints ; dizziness


1. Light-haired, anaemic, debilitated subjects of rheumatic diathesis ; scrofulous children with worm troubles, especially when stammering results ; fear of sharp, pointed things. 2. Violent neuralgic pains, chiefly left-sided, beginning one point and radiating all directions ; from sunrise increasing till noon, then declining till sunset ; fifth pair nerves specially involved ; eye


1. Scrofulous or syphilitic subjects ; elderly persons. 2. Mental hypersensitiveness ; offended at trifles ; continual concern about the future ; peevishness, sometimes violent temper ; children petulantly push or throw away things for which they cried ; apathy, depression. 3. Ailments from mental emotions especially pride, envy, chagrin, indignation, unmerited insults, etc. 4.


VERATRUM ALBUM – White Hellebore A perfect picture of collapse, with extreme coldness, blueness, and weakness, is offered by this drug. Post-operative shock with cold sweat on forehead, pale face, rapid, feeble pulse. Cold perspiration on the forehead, with nearly all complaints. Vomiting, purging, and cramps in extremities. The profuse, violent retching and vomiting is


X-RAY – Vial containing alcohol exposed to X-Ray – Repeated exposure to Roentgen (X-ray) has produced skin lesions often followed by cancer. Distressing pain. Sexual glands are particularly affected. Atrophy of ovaries and testicles. Sterility. Changes take place in the blood lymphatics and bone marrow. Anæmia and leukæmia. Corresponds to stubbornness as in burns, they