NEW REMEDIES

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Page 535 - ... (Gypsum). I detected it in the form of an opaque white substance without lustre, and, to the naked eye, devoid of crystalline structure, in cakes and somewhat rounded masses varying in size from that of a small pea to that of a...
Page 293 - When taken in doses from five to fifteen grains it acts as an emeto-cathartic, producing a griping, burning sensation in the epigastrium, and great activity of the salivary glands. Indeed, I have known the most perfect salivation to follow the use of large doses of Helonin. In doses of from one to five grains...
Page 154 - These blotches nearly coalesced ; nearly resembling measles. This was attended with high fever, thirst, coated tongue, loss of appetite and intense irritation of the skin, preventing sleep at night. It has caused an eruption on the arms and legs exactly like nettle-rash, in large raised wheals, with intense irritative itching.
Page 162 - Sensation as if a heavy black cloud had settled all over her and enveloped her head, so that all was darkness and confusion, while at the same time it weighed like lead upon her heart.
Page 94 - Sensation of constriction in the heart, as if an iron band prevented its normal movement.
Page 313 - The natural secretion is at first increased ; then it becomes abnormal in quantity and quality. At first clear, white, tenacious and transparent, it becomes yellow, thick, green and even bloody, but always tenacious, capable of being drawn out in long strings.
Page 165 - Excruciating pain in the forehead and in the eyeballs, vertex, nape of the neck, and occiput, with fulness and throbbing, as if the top of the head would fly off. Dull pains in the occiput, with shooting pains down the back ; the head is jerked backward.
Page 168 - There is a sensation as if the top of the head would fly off. There are sharp, lancinating pains in and over the eyes, shooting up to the top of the head.
Page 381 - No remedy with which we are acquainted, is more to be relied upon in chronic affections of the mucous surfaces. Its value in this respect is peculiarly apparent in chronic dysentery and diarrhoea and other diseases of the bowels. When false membranous formations have occurred in the smaller intestines, produced by the gradual exudation of plastic lymph, the Leptandra may be relied upon for their removal, with great confidence.
Page 28 - Visible pulsating throbbing in the temples, with sense of tension in the temples. — Sensation of something rushing upward, and throbbing in the vertex.

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