Gastric catar

Last modified on January 11th, 2019

Gastric catar

 

Antimonium crud., 40.

Arsenic, anaemia, degenerative changes, 51-52-53.

Argentum nit., sensitive stomach, 46.

Aurum, 57.

Bichromate of potash, tongue has thick yellowish coat, 172.

Bismuth subnitrate, mechanical or chemical irritation, 64. Calcium chloride, scrofulous conditions, fermentation 73-74.

16 Cuprum, after exanthematous diseases, 108.

Diet of first importance.

Glycerin, pain and gas, 121.

Hydrastis, of drunkards, lack of muscular tone, 132.

Iodine, affecting biliary ducts, 142.

Ipecac, nausea, vomiting, 144.

Nux vomica, sour eructations, 153.

Opium, nausea, pain, anorexia. 159.

Phosphorus, 163.

Pulsatilla, white-coated tongue, foul eructations, 176.

Sanguinaria, lessened secretion gastric juice, 179.

Santonin, 181.

Zinc, diarrhoea, colic, pain, 196.

About the author

George Hardy Clark

Clark, George H. (George Hardy) 1860-1941 was the author of: Homeopathic Treatment of Asthenopia; Lee and Clark's Cough and expectoration : a repertorial index of their symptoms; The A B C Manual of Materia Medica and Therapeutics; A system for the care and training of children; The Black Plague and Its Control.

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