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Magnesia Muratica.
Chloride of Magnesia (MgCl)

Especially adapted to diseases of women; spasmodic and hysterical complaints, complicated with uterine diseases; who have suffered for years from attacks of indigestion or biliousness. Children: during difficult dentition are unable to digest milk; it causes pain in stomach and passes undigested; puny, rachitic, who crave sweets. Great sensitiveness to noise (Ign., Nux, Ther.). Headache: every six weeks, in forehead and around the eyes; as if it would burst; < from motion and in open air; > from lying down, strong pressure (Puls.), and wrapping up warmly (Sil., Stron.). Great tendency of head to sweat (Cal., Sanic., Sil.). Continual raising of white froth in mouth. Eructations, tasting like rotten eggs, like onions (breath smells of onions, Sinap.). Toothache; unbearable when food touches the teeth. Pressing pain in liver, when walking and touching it, liver hard, enlarged, < lying on right side (Mer., Kali c.). Constipation: stool hard, scanty, large, knotty, like sheep's dung; difficult to pass; crumbling at verge of anus (Am. m., Nat. m.); of infants during dentition. Urine; pale, yellow, can only be passed by bearing down with abdominal muscles; weakness of bladder; Menses: with great excitement at every speed; flow black, clotted; spasms and pains < in back when walking, extend into thighs; metrorrhagia, < at night in bed, causing hysteria (Act., Caul.). Leucorrhoea: after exercise; with every stool; with uterine spasm; followed by metrorrhagia; two weeks after menses for three or four days (Bar., Bov., Con.). Palpitation and cardiac pains while sitting. < by moving about (compare, Gels.).

Relations: - Compare: Cham. in the diseases of children.


Magnesia Phosphorica.
Phosphate of Magnesia.

Is best adapted to thin, emaciated persons of a highly nervous organization; dark complexion. Affections of right side of body; head, ear, face, chest, ovary, sciatic nerve (Bell., Bry., Chel., Kali c., Lyc., Pod.). Pains: sharp, cutting, stabbing; shooting, stitching; lightning-like in coming and going (Bell.); intermittent, paroxysym becoming almost unberable, driving patient to frenzy; rapidly changing place (Lac c., Puls.), with a constricting sensation (Cac., Iod., Sulph.); cramping, in neuralgic affections of stomach, abdomen and pelvis (Caul., Col.). Great dread: of cold air; of uncovering; of touching affected part; of cold bathing or washing; of moving. Languid, tired, exhausted; unable to sit up. Complaints from standing in cold water or working in cold clay (Cal.). Ailments of teething children; spasms during dentition, no fever (with fever, hot head and skin, Bell.). Headache: begins in occiput and extends over head (Sang., Sil.); of school girls; face red, flushed; from mental emotion, exertion or hard study; < 10 to 11 a. m. or 4 to 5 p. m.; > by pressure and external heat. Neuralgia; of face, supra-orbital or infra-orbital; right side; intermittent, darting, cutting < by touch, cold air, pressure > by external heat. Toothache: at night; rapidly shifting; < eating, drinking, especially cold things; > by heat (> by cold, Bry., Coff., Fer. p.). Spasms or cramps of stomach, with clean tongue, as if a hand was drawn tightly around body. Colic: flatulent, forcing patient to bend double; > by heat, rubbing and hard pressure (Col., Plumb.); of horses and cows when Colocynth fails to >. Menses: early; flow dark, stringy; pains < before, > when flow begins (Lach., Zinc.); pains darting, like lightning, shooting, < right side, > by heat and bending double; vaginismus. Enuresis: nocturnal; from nervous irritation; urine pale, copious; after catheterization. Cramps: of extremities; during pregnancy; of writers, piano or violin players.

Relations: - Compare: Bell., Caul., Col., Lyc., Lac c., Puls.; Cham. its vegetable analogue. Sometimes acts best when given in hot water.

Aggravation. - Cold air; a draft of cold air or cold wind; cold bathing or washing; motion; touch.

Amelioration. - Bending double; heat; warmth; pressure (burning pain > by heat, Ars.).


The Gonorrhoeal Virus. (A Nosode.)

For the constitutional effects of mal-treated and suppressed gonorrhoea, when the best selected remedy fails to relieve or permanently improve. For persons suffering from gout, rheumatism, neuralgia and diseases of the spinal cord and its membranes - even organic lesions ending in paralysis - which can be traced to a sycotic origin. For women, with chronic ovaritis, salpingitis, pelvic cellulitis, fibroids, cysts, and other morbid growths of the uterus and ovaries, especially if symptoms point to malignancy, with or without sycotic origin. For scirrhus, carcinoma or cancer, with acute or chronic in development, when the symptoms correspond and a history of sycosis can be traced. Bears the same relation in deep-seated sycotic chronic affections of spinal and sympathetic nervous system that Psorinum does to deep-seated affections of skin and mucous membranes. Children, pale, rachitic; dwarfed and stunted in growth (Bar. c.); mentally, dull and weak. Great heat and soreness, with enlargement of lymphatic glands all over body. Consumptive languor; fatigue; great general depression of vitality. Pains: arthiritic, rheumatic, in a sequel of suppressed gonorrhoea (Daph. od., Clem.); constricting, seem to tighted the whole body (Cac.); sore all over, as if bruised (Arn., Eup.). Trembling all over (subjective), intense nervousness and profound exhaustion. State of collapse, want to be fanned all the time (Carbo v.); craves fresh air; skin cold, yet throws off the covers (Camph., Sec.); bold and bathed with cold perspiration (Ver.).

Mind: - Weakness of memory; cannot remember names, words or initial letters; has to ask name of most intimate fried; even forgets his own name. Cannot spell correctly; wonders how a well-known name is spelled. Constantly loses the thread of conversation. Great difficulty in stating her symptoms, question has to be repeated as she loses herself. Cannot speak without weeping. Anticipates death; always anticipating, feels matters most senstively before they occur and generally correctly. Irritated at trifles; cross during the day, exhilarated at night. Very impatient; peevish. Anxious, nervous, extremely sensitive; starts at the least sound. Time passes too slowly (Alum., Arg. n., Can. I.). Is in a great hurry; when doing anything is in such a hurry she gets fatigued. Many symptoms are < when thinking of them (pains return as soon as he thinks about them, Ox. ac.).

Head: - Intense burning pain in brain, < in cerebellum; extends down spine. Head feels heavy and is drawn backwards. Sensation of tightness and contraction; extends down whole length of spine. Headache and diarrhoea from jarring of ears.

Throat: - Sensation s if she had taken a severe cold, with distressing aching in bones; throat sore and swollen, deglutition of either liquids or solids impossible (Mer.). Throat constantly filled thick, gray or bloody mucus from posterior nares (Hyd.).

Appetite: - Ravenous hunger immediately after eating (Cina, Lyc., Psor.). Constant thirst, even dreams she is drinking. Insatiate craving: for liquor, which before she hated (Asar.); for salt (Cal., Nat.); sweets (Sulph.); for ale, ice, acids, oranges, green fruit.

Bowel: - Stools: tenacious, clay-like, sluggish, cannot strain froma sensation of prolapse of rectum (Alum.). Constricion and inertia of bowels with ball-like stools (Lach.). Can only pass stool by leaning very far back; very painful, as if there was a lump on posterior surface of sphincter; so painful as to cause tears. Sharp, needle-like pains in rectum. Oozing of moisture from anus, feted odor of fish brine (Caust., Hep.).

Urinary Organs: - Sever pain (backache) in renal region, > by profuse urination (Lyc.). Renal colic; intense pain in ureters, with sensation of passage of calculus (Berb., Lyc., Ocim. c.); craving for ice. Nocturnal enuresis: passes enormous quantity of ammoniacal, high colored urine in bed every night; < by over-work or over-play, extremes of heat or cold, when the best selected remedy fails; with a history of sycosis. Painful tenesmus of bladder and bowels when urinating.

Sexual Organs: - Menses; profuse, very dark, clotted; stains difficult to wash out (Mag. c.). Metrorrhagia: at climacteric; profuse for weeks, flow dark clotted, offensive; in gushes, on moving; with malignant disease of uterus. Intense menstrual colic, with drawing up of knees and terrible bearing down labor-like pains; must press feet against support, as in labor. Intensive pruritis of labia and vagina < by thinking of it. Breasts and nipples sore and sensitive to touch. Breasts cold as ice to touch, especially the nipples, rest of body warm (during menses).

Respiratory Organs: - Asthma: choking caused by a weakness or spasm of epiglottis; larynx stopped so that no air could enter, only > by lying on face and protruding tongue. Soreness of larynx as if ulcerated. Dyspnoea and sense of constriction; can inhale with ease, but no power to exhale (Samb.). Cough: dry, incessant, sever; painful, as if mucous membrane was torn from larynx; deep, hollow, like coughing in a barrel; < at night, from sweets, on lying down; > by lying on stomach. Sputa: albuminous, frothy; small, green, bitter balls; viscid, difficult to raise. Incipient consumption; severe pains in middle lobes.

Back and Extremities: - Pain in back between scapulae; whole length of spine sore to touch (Chin. s.). Intense burning heat, beginning in nape of neck and extending down spine, with a contractive stiffness, < by stretching. Rheumatism of top of shoulder and arm; pains extend to fingers, < by motion (right, Sang. - left, Fer.). Lumber vertebrae painful and sensitive to touch. Pain in sacrum, coccyx, and back of hips running around and down limbs. Pains in legs, from hips to knees; only when walking. Heaviness of legs, feel like lead; walking very difficult, legs are so heavy, legs give way. Lower limbs ache all night, preventing sleep. Intensely restless and fidgety legs and feet (Zinc.). Terrible suffering in legs and arms during an electrical storm. Aching in legs, with inability to keep them still in bed, < when giving up control of himself, when relaxing, in trying to sleep. Coldness of legs and feet; of hands and forearms. Drawing, contracting sensation in hamstrings and ankles; cramps in calves and soles (Cup.). Ankles easily turn when walking (Carbo an., Led.). Burning of hands and feet, wants them uncovered and fanned (Lach., Sulph.). Almost entire loss of nervous force in legs and arms; exhausted by slightest effort. Painful stiffness of every joint in body. Deformity of finger joints; large, puffy, knuckles; swelling and painful stiffness of ankles; great tenderness of heels and balls of feet; swellings of all joints are puffy, like windgalls.

Relations: - Compare: Ipec., dry cough; Camph., Sec., Tab., Ver., in collapse; Pic. ac., Gels., inability to walk; Aloe, Sulph., morning diarrhoea. The burning feet of Sulphur and restless fidgety legs and feet of Zinc. ar both found at the same time in Medorrhinum.

Aggravation. - When thinking of it (Helon., Ox. ac.); heat, covering; stretching; thunder storm; least movement; sweets; from daylight to sunset (rev. of Syph.).

Amelioration. - At the seashore (rev. of Nat.); lying on stomach; damp weather (Caust., Nux).


Melilotus Alba.
Sweet Clover (Leguminosae.)

Congestions, relieved by haemorrhage. Engorgement of blood-vessels in any part of organ. Violent congestive or nervous headaches; epistaxis affords relief (Bufo, Ferr. p., Magn. s.). Convulsions: of nervous children during dentition (Bell.); infantile spasms, eclampsia, epilepsy. Religious melancholy with an intensely red face; insanity, in early stages, to relieve brain from pressure and irritation. Nosebleed preceded by intense redness, flushing of face and throbbing of carotids (Bell.); with general relief. Very red face precedes haemorrhage from every organ. Constipation: difficult, painful, constriction in anus; throbbing, fulness; no desire until there is a large accumulation (Alum.).

Relations: - Compare: Amyl., Ant. c., in epistaxis after headache, but does not relieve; Bell., Glon., Sang. in congestive headache, red face, hot head, etc.

Aggravation. - Approach of a storm; rainy, changeable weather.


Menyanthes Trifoliata.
Buck Bean. (Genitanaceae.)

Complaints from abuse of Cinchona and Quinine. Fevers, in which the cold stage predominates; coldness felt most acutely in abdomen and legs. Headache: pressing in vertex from above downwards, > during hard pressure with hand (Ver.); as of a heavy weight pressing on the head at every step (Cac., Glon., Lach.); < ascending (Cal.); often with icy coldness of hands and feet (Cal., Sep.). Anxiety about the heart as if some evil was impending. Tension: in root of nose; in arms, hands, fingers; in skin, as if several sizes too small and was crowded into it by force.

Relations: - Compare: Cac., Cal., Gels., Sep., Mag. m., Paris. Follow well: Caps., Lach., Lyc., Puls., Rhus, Ver.

Aggravation. - During rest; lying down.

Amelioration. - Pressure on affected part.

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