SOME REMEDIES OF ANAEMIA

Tyler M L   WITH INDICATIONS. Calcarea. Anaemia, from menorrhagia, etc., loss of fluids. haemorrhages, sweat, diarrhoea, etc. (China) Chlorosis. The typical calc. patient looks “Calc.”; “fat, flabby, pale: anaemic, pale and waxy. Sickly; pale lips; pale ears; pale fingers; pale and yellowish. “Calc. produces that kind of anaemia known as chlorosis. It produces most … Read more

LACHESIS 30

Donald Macfarlan   A RECENT PROVING. “For the last year or so, Drs. Donald and Douglas Macfarlan (Philadelphia) have made a re-proving of Lachesis, in the 30th potency, on a host of male and female provers. Frequent, reliable symptoms are herein recorded”. (1) APPREHENSIVE IRRITABILITY. LACHRYMOSE. Trembling states. Censorious. DAYTIME VERTIGO WORSE ON WALKING, BETTER … Read more