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Homeopathy Tips and Important news.  Clinical Hints from Dr. T.F. Allen’s Handbook. Tips from Dr. Alfred Pulford.

 

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 Clinical Hints from Dr. T.F. Allen’s Handbook

Baryta Muriatica

Some remarkable cases of aneurism have been reported cured by this drug; one particularly of the descending aorta, in which death seemed inevitable, entirely cured in six months

Teucrium Marum Verum

Tumor of the lower lid (Staph.). Polypus in the nose, with obstruction, catarrh, pain in forehead and nose,

                                                                                                                               Jaborandi                                                                                                            

Spasms of ciliary muscle in hypermetropia. Convergent strabismus. Especially useful after operations for strabismus. Mumps, especially when there is metastasis to the testicles.

Aesculus Hippocastanum

For protruding, purple piles, especially associated with severe pains in the sacrum and small of back and the fulness in the region of the liver.

Ammoniacum Gummi

Violent bronchial cough at night, with very free expectoration of stringy mucus. Chronic bronchorrhoea with very tenacious expectoration, sometimes with a feeling as if something would be torn loose, and the patient clutches at the sternum, generally worse at night.

Oxalicum Acidum

Angina pectoris, with peculiar numbness, pains < least motion, like short stitches, confined to a small spot, lasting a few seconds. Sharp darting pain in left lung and in the heart, with forced expiration.

Staphisagria

Valuable for decaying teeth in pregnancy. Menstrual toothache. Atony of the stomach and abdomen, feeling as if they hung down relaxed.  Occasionally useful in enlarged prostrate, especially with piles, pains over the kidneys, etc.

Chenopodium Anthelminticum

Intense pain below lower angle of right shoulder-blade, through to chest.

Theridion Curassavicum

Violent headache, with nausea, cannot bear the least noise; a feeling as if the vertex was separated from the rest of the head, or as if she would like to lift it off. Effects of sunstroke, with most intolerant headache, nausea and vomiting. Violent cough, with spasmodic jerking of the head forward and the knees upward.

Veratrum Viride

Effects of sunstroke. Most violent convulsions, epilepsy; hysteria. Furious delirium, with screaming, howling and striking. Acute inflammation of the oesophagus, with fiery burning pains. Red stripe through the centre of the tongue

Uva Ursi

Uterine inertia during labor. Uterine haemorrhage (said to be quite equal to Ergot.). Frequent urging, with severe spasm of the bladder, burning pain. Urine contains blood and tough mucus.

Prunus Spinosa

Ciliary neuralgia, severe pain in the right eyeball, as if the eye would burst, shooting like lightning through the brain, to the occiput.  Opacifies of the vitreous.  Cardiac dropsy. Enlargement of the heart, with oedema of the feet

Capsicum Annuum

The pains in general are burning in character and are accompanied by chilliness. Often adapted to people who have exhausted their vitality, especially by mental work, and whose vital heat is diminished. Fear of the slightest draft of either warm or cold air.

 Borax Veneta

 Inflammation of the edges of the eyelids, which turn inward towards the ball, so that the lids rub against the ball, entropium. Children are afraid to urinate, almost have convulsions when the desire to urinate comes.

T.F. Allen’s Hand Book  – Clinical Hints by Aldo Farias Dias M.D.

 Some Tips from Alfred Pulford, M.D. 1863-1948

Alumina

Cannot look at a knife, gun or blood without desire to kill; prostrated after menses; timidity and assurance alternate. Confusion: as to one’s identity, of intellect, things seem unreal. Fears evil, evening. Time passes slowly, like Cann-i.  Amelioration as day advances.

Calcarea Phosphoricum

Weak mentally and generally, tired, unable to stand mental effort, dreads mental exertion; thinking of one’s complaints causes them to grow worse. Restless. Depressed. Wants to be at home, and when there wants to travel and go from place to place, like the Tuberculinum child. Slow in learning to do things, like Baryta carb.

Ammonium Carbonicum

Averse to walking in open air and to a warm room which is intolerable. Averse to  being washed as it causes symptoms to recur. Face: puffy, lips bluish or purple. Tongue brown. throat dark red.. Audible palpitation, every motion increases the pulsations. All exuding fluids are acrid and excoriating. Always tired and weary. Body cold, cyanotic. Heart and pulse weak

Causticum

Paralytically weak, anxious, timid, ambitionless, full of nervous fancies especially in p.m. Restless especially at night in bed, legs constantly moving; child afraid to go to bed alone in the dark. Can endure neither heat nor cold.

Digitalis

Anxiety, 6 p.m.; fears death while walking; unsympathetic. Confusion as from intoxication. Fear: of death, like Arsenicum, or that the heart will cease to beat if one moves, reverse of Gelsemium. Anxious: of future; wants to be alone, reverse of Arsenicum and Phosphorus. Sad from music, like Aconite, during menses.

Alfred Pulford, M.D., M.H.S., F.A.C.T.S. 1863-1948 – of Key to the Homeopathic Materia Medica

A Homeopathic Detective Might Consider the Repertory

Impulse or Desire to Kill:  ANAC, HEP, HYOS, LACH, THEA (3)

Alum, Ars, Ars-I, Iod, Lyc, Med, Merc, Nux, Petr, Phos, Plat, Staph, Stram, Taren (2)

 Jealousy:

APIS, ARS, HYOS, LACH, NUX V. PLAT  (3)

Androc, Aur-m-n, Calc-s, Carc, Caust, Cench, Cocain, Kali-c, Lyc, Med, Nux-m, Puls, Staph.  (2)

 Introverted behavior:

AUR, IGN, NAT-MUR, STAPH (3)

Carc, Cocc, Indg, Kali-c, Mur-acid, Puls  (2)

Homeopathic Medical Repertory – Robin Murphy

 

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