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Fever Typhoid

Treat as under Fever, Gastric, and Fever. In addition, great c...

Palpitation

Ordinarily we are not aware of the beating of the heart, enorm...

Cases

During an epidemic of scarlatina in 1836 two of my children w...

Colds Consumption And Pneumonia

Disease Germs. In all foul air there are scores of different ...

Practice On The Rubber-tube Manikin

This must be carried out in two ways. 1. General practice...

Cramp In The Limbs

The treatment of this is to apply cold cloths to the roots of ...

Theory Of Man

Let the question now be raised--What is man? The answer will ...

Penetrating Projectiles

Foreign bodies that have penetrated the chest wall and lodge...

Strabismus Discordance Of The Eyes

If neither of the rectus muscles have been cut and cicatrized...

Endogastric Version

A very useful and comparatively safe method is illustrated i...

Frictions With Lard

were used already by Caelius Aurelianus, and recently re-intr...

The Anti-gastric Method

consisting in the free use of emetics or purgatives, has been...

Spermatorrhea

The points to be gained are, to reduce the action of the amat...

Esophagoscopic Extraction Of Foreign Bodies

It is unwise to do an endoscopy in a foreign-body case for th...

Thirst

This forms a severe feature in many cases of illness, and has ...

Phosphorus

Often caused by children sucking matches. There is a burning i...

Cases Beyond The Remedy Of Fasting

Occasionally, very ill people have a liver that has become so...

Children's Deformed Feet

See Club Foot. ...

Amusements

THE ability to be easily and heartily amused brings a wholeso...

The Circumstances Of Life

IT is not the circumstances of life that trouble or w...



Hepar Sulphur





Category: DISEASES OF FEMALES
Source: An Epitome Of Homeopathic Healing Art

is a specific for _Itch and Scald Head,_ applied in form of a wash with
twenty to thirty drops of _tr. Hepar Sul._ to a gill of water. Also for
ill-conditioned scrofulous ulcers, generally.





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