Plain Talks on Materia Medica

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B. Jain Publishers, Jan 1, 2000 - Medical - 792 pages
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This book gives a combined understanding of the Materia Medica and Repertory with comparisons. It also includes the preparation and the details of the proving of different drugs.
  

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Contents

Hydrophobia
119
Knee
125
Melancholia
131
Mercury ill effects of
139
Nipples cracked
142
Oxaluria
148
Prickly heat
155
Seasickness
165
Soles see Extremities soles 72
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Page 216 - The monopoly by homoeopathic practitioners of the use of aconite has aroused a prejudice against it, which has discouraged its employment. Aconite is, however, an antagonist to the fever-process ; it is not applicable in accordance with the so-called law of similars. It is used by these quacks because it is a powerful agent which will produce manifest effects in small doses, that may easily be disguised.

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