Catarrh

Last modified on January 11th, 2019

Catarrh

 

Aconite, in acute form, in any situation, 1/10 m. every half-hour, 28-

29. Acute gastric, calomel, bismuth, gruel.

Adrenalin, 1:6000 in acute rhinitis. Nasal spray every two hours.

Ammonium chloride, bronchial and intestinal.

Thick, profuse discharge, 37.

Antimonium tart., acute, may be vomiting and diarrhoea, 43.

Aurum, duodenum and bile ducts, 57.

Cubeba, chronic bronchial and nasal, 105.

Hydrastis, lack of tone of muscles and membranes, 132.

Inhalation from hot water of tr. iodine and menthol.

Iodide of potash, chronic bronchial and nasal, 140-141.

Nitric acid, chronic bronchitis, hoarseness, 24.

Sulphur springs.

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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