GLEANINGS

Das N C

 

1. Severe backache relieved after passing urine: Lyco.

Gentry.

2. Head and neck retracted in cerebro-spinal meningitis or spotted fever. Cimicifuga: Gentry.

3. Neck feels large and clothing too tight: Kali-c.

Gentry.

4. Heat about coccyx: Calc-c. Gentry.

5. Icy coldness between shoulders not relieved by thick covering, terminating in itching: Am-m. Gentry.

6. Stitches in sacral region when coughing: Bryonia.

Gentry.

7. Glandular swelling like goitre: Caust. Gentry.

8. Burning as from hot coals between scapulae: Lycopodium.

Gentry.

9. Left half of neck stiff: Chelid.

Gentry.

10. Desquamation about nails : Merc. Sabad.

Gentry.

11. Dryness of tips of fingers: Sil.

Gentry.

12. Great dryness of skin of hands: Lycopodium

Gentry.

13. Deep fissures in palms: Hep-s.

Gentry.

14. Fistulous ulcer in glands of axillae: Calc-c.

Gentry.

15. Icy coldness of one hand, other hot and red: Puls.

Gentry.

16. Coldness of right hand, with warmth of left: Mez.

Gentry.

17. Blueness of hands and nails in tuberculosis: Chin-ars.

Gentry.

18. Cold hands with warm feet: Aloe.

Gentry.

19. Coldness of hands while rest of body is warm: Coloc.

Gentry.

20. Feeling of enlargements of hands: Lyc.

Gentry.

21. Hands cold and moist: Tart-em.

Gentry.

22. Hands cold at night : Phos. Thuja.

Gentry.

23. Hands constantly hot: Lyc

Gentry.

24. Skin of hands dry and parched : Nat-c

Gentry.

25. Skin of hands red and dry: Sulph.

Gentry.

26. Skin of hands rough and chapped: Kali-c.

Gentry.

27. Trembling of hands when lifting them: Gels.

Gentry.

28. Hangnails, skin around nails dry and cracked: Nat-m.

Gentry.

29. When a neglected catarrh threatens to pass into phthisis: Stann.

Lilienthal.

30. Cramps in the calves when lying in bed or in the soles of the feet when walking about the room : Sulph.

Lilienthal.

31. Theridion follows well after Calc. or Lyco. in phthisis florida.

Lilienthal.

32. Belching of wind before and after coughing: Sanguinaria-c.

Lilienthal.

33. Soreness in subclavicular region, felt when patient lies on affected side or presses against chest affecting t he muscles of the shoulder down the arm from sluggish circulation of the upper part of lung, especially left side, during incipient tuberculosis: Puls.

Lilienthal.

34. Nitric acid is used in phthisis often after Calcarea or Kali- carb.

Lilienthal.

35. Phthisis, fugitive pains, impossibility of lying on right side: Merc-sol.

Lilienthal.

36. Emaciation of upper part of body while the lower one may be enormously distended: Lyc.

Lilienthal.

37. Sore mouth in last stage of phthisis: Lach.

Lilienthal.

38. “Prefers hot things” this I have often noticed in dyspeptics cured by Chelidonium.

Hale.

39. Eructation relieving nausea I have occasionally observed to occur in dyspeptics relieved by Chelidonium.

Hale.

40. I have used a good deal in obstinate skin diseases, notably in barbers itch for which it is almost a specific: Ars. Iod.

Hale.

41. No matter what the disease is, no matter from what source the discharge arises; if the discharge irritates the membrane from which it flows, and over which it flows, this medicine is fully indicated. Peculiar and persistently irritating, corrosive character of discharges: Ars. Iod.

Hale.

42. It is the nearest to a specific for hay fever. I have cured many cases of years standing : Ars. Iod.

Hale.

43. It is said that the most inveterate case of Itch is cured promptly by one application of the pure balsam, warmed and rubbed all over the surface of the affected skin.

Hale.

44. A specific for boils, bruises, sprains, whitlows etc. used topically and internally: Bellis-Per.

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