Kali arsenicosum

This is a very deep, long acting remedy, and one greatly abused by traditional medicine in the form of Fowler’s Solution. It was used extensively as an anti periodical after quinine had failed, and as a tonic, for skin diseases of all sorts, for syphilis, for anemia, etc. It is a most positive remedy in

Kali bichromicum

This remedy is recognized by most physicians by the copious ropy mucous discharges from all mucous membranes, but it is also a most important remedy in rheumatic affections of the joints with swelling, heat and redness, whenever these conditions wander around from joint to joint. The bones all over the body feel bruised, and caries

Kali sulphuricum

Two very deep acting remedies unite to form this one. It was left to Schussler to show its first curative powers. Dewey’s work on the “Tissue Remedies” gives the best presentation from the biochemical view. The writer gathered the symptoms from reported cures for many years, and found that they were justified by the study


Lycopodium is an antipsoric, anti-syphilitic and anti-sycotic, and its sphere is broad and deep. Though classed among the inert substances, and thought to be useful only for rolling up allopathic pills, Hahnemann brought it into use and developed its power by attenuation. It is a monument to Hahnemann. It enters deep into the life, and

Oxalic acid

This remedy has been greatly neglected. It will cure many heart complaints that are treated with vague, crude, unproved remedies with indifferent results. The violent action upon the heart racks the whole system. Trembling, convulsions, loss of sensation; numbness of the body and limbs; blueness of the lower limbs, fingers and lips; paralysis of the


1. The gastric symptoms predominate in nearly all complaints ; violent and persistent nausea not > vomiting. 2. Morose irritability with pale, drawn face and hollow eyes encircled with dark rings. Children readily cry and scream and have vague, indefinite longings. 3. Alimentary disorders ; aversion from all food with vomiting of tenacious, white glairy

Spongia Tosta

1. Fair-complexioned women and children of lax fibre timid and sensitive ; tubercular diathesis. 2. Marked anxiety, even terror, in nearly all complaints ; gen. assoc. with the suffocative attacks. 3. Great dryness of mucous membranes in respiratory tract cough with no mucous rale, dry, sibilant, “like a saw through pine-board” ; < sweets, cold