Homoeopathy As Art and Science (Beaconsfield Homoeopathic) by Elizabeth W Hubbard

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For acid stomach; Cyclamen for the thirsty Pulsatilla patient: anemone, Pulsatilla. for puberty troubles, femininity, and indigestion from fat; Calendula, the homoeopathic iodine; daisy. Bellis perennis, for bruises, the gardener's remedy; rose. Rosa damascena, for hay fever; lily of the valley, Convallaria, in skipping heart; Iris versicolor, with burning migraine; bittersweet. Dulcamara, for autumnal diarrhoea: Star of Bethlehem. Ornithogallurn. for gastric cancer; broom. Cytisus scoparius, relative of our Baptisia.

The flowers themselves included: violets. Viola odorata, useful for sinus and ear trouble; acacia, Robinia. for acid stomach; Cyclamen for the thirsty Pulsatilla patient: anemone, Pulsatilla. for puberty troubles, femininity, and indigestion from fat; Calendula, the homoeopathic iodine; daisy. Bellis perennis, for bruises, the gardener's remedy; rose. Rosa damascena, for hay fever; lily of the valley, Convallaria, in skipping heart; Iris versicolor, with burning migraine; bittersweet. Dulcamara, for autumnal diarrhoea: Star of Bethlehem.

30) GENERALITIES. including physical generals; pathology; convulsions: fainting: aggravations or ameliorations from food; certain sensations; types of pain, direction of pain, pain in certain tissues, such as bones, cartilages, glands, muscles, periosteum: pulse: aggravations before, during or after sleep, menses, coition, etc. Let me enumerate a few of the obstacles: 1) Many rubrics are out of place from the point of view of common sense. For instance, things pertaining to the neck are found both under External Throat and under Back; pulse is under Generals instead of being with heart under Chest; sinuses are divided between Head.

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