“Sulphuric acid: This is a remedy for chronic alcoholism. It corresponds to inebriates on their last legs, who are
pale and shriveled and cold, whose stomach will not tolerate the slightest amount of food.”
“In 1937 the British government had not recognised this system of medicine and it was for the first time that M.L.A. Miyan Ghias-ud-idin passed a regulation in the Bengal Assembly to allow recognition and patronage to homoeopathy.”
“Lady’s finger plants (Hibiscus esculentus), grown in pots, were inoculated with the second-stage larvae (76:t 6) of root-knot nematodes Meloidogyne incognita, starting 7 days later they were treated with Cina 30c, Santonin 30c or Ethanol 30c….”
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