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Relationship of Homoeopathic Remedies

Dr.Jithesh.T.K, B.H.M.S, M.D (Hom) Medical Officer, Directorate of I.S.M & H, Govt. of N.C.T of Delhi Email: drjitheshtk@yahoo.co.in Mobile: 09868246213

Different authors explain relationships of remedies in different ways. Important points mentioned by them can be studied as follows.

1.

Dr.Hahnemann: 1. Antidote – In the aphorism 249 he suggests “If the aggravation be

considerable (after a medicine) be first partially neutralized as soon as possible by an antidote before giving the next remedy chosen more accurately according to similarity of action” 2.

2.Dr.E.A.Farrington

 

1 Family relation – From the similarity in their origin

2 Concordant – Similar drugs with dissimilar origin

3 Complement – The drug that completes the cure which the other begins, but unable to effect

4 Antidote – The medicine which modify the effects of a wrongly selected potency or an apt potency

5 Inimical – They also will be similar, but the resemblance will be so great, in fact the drugs are so nearly “idem” that it is not well to follow one with the other.

3.

Dr.Clarke

1 Complementary remedies

2 Remedies that follows well (after)

3 Remedies followed well by

4 Compatible remedies

5 Incompatible remedies

6 Remedy antidotes

7 Remedy is antidoted by

4.

Dr.Boenninghausen

1 Remedies related to mind and localities

2 Other remedies (Represents a general relationship of the remedies in the unclassified symptom groups, to the remedy under consideration)

3 Antidotes

4 Injurious

5.

Dr.Boger

1 Remedies related to mind and localities

2 Related remedies

3 Antidote

4 Inimical – Two very similar remedies do not follow each other well

6.

Dr.J.T.Kent

1 Chronic remedy – In managing a chronic sickness the remedy that conforms with an acute experience of the illness is worth knowing, as very often its chronic may be just the one that conforms to its symptoms. (e.g.: 1. Calcarea is the natural chronic of Belladonna and Rhus tox, 2. Natrum mur is the chronic of Apis & Ignatia)

2 Complementary – Medicine that completes the action of the first one when it is no longer acting.

3 Inimical – They do not like to work after each other (e.g.: Causticum & Phos, Apis & Rhus tox)

4 Antidote – when there appears new symptoms, the new symptoms combining with the old ones must be again studied and the second remedy must correspond more particularly to the new than to the old.

7.

Dr.C.Hering

1

Complementary to

2 Follows well after

3 Followed well by

4 Antidotes (Lyco antidotes Cinchona)

5 Antidotes to (Antidotes to Lyco: Acorn,Camphor)

6 Inimical

7 Collateral relation (Belonging to the same family)

8 Concordances

9 Conjunctive relation (Bryonia & Colocynth)

8.

Dr.Elizabeth Wright

1 Complementary – (a) Acute complements of chronic remedies (b) Chronic complements of acute remedies (c) Remedies in series

2 Incompatible

3 Vegetable analogues & Chemical analogues

9.

Dr.Gibson Miller

1 Complements

2 Remedies that follow well

3 Inimicals

4 Antidotes

ANALOGUE REMEDIES

VEGETABLE ANALOGUE

CHEMICAL ANALOGUE

1. Allium cepa

1.

Phosphorus (Allen’s Keynotes,

E.B.Nash)

2. Chamomilla

2.

Mag phos (Allen’s Keynotes)

Mag carb (E.B.Nash)

3. Cinchona

3.

Ferrum met (Allen’s Keynotes,

E.B.Nash)

4. Dulcamara

4. Kali sulph (Allen’s Keynotes)

5. Ipecac

5. Cupr met (Allen’s Keynotes,

E.B.Nash)

6. Podophyllum

6. Plumbum met (Allen’s Keynotes)

7. Phytolacca

7. Kali iodide (Allen’s Keynotes,

E.B.Nash)

8. Pulsatilla

8.

Kali mur (Allen’s Keynotes)

Kali sulph (E.B.Nash)

9. Valeriana

9.

Platina (Allen’s Keynotes)

10. Bryonia alb

10. Alumina (E.B.Nash)

11. Aloes

11. Sulphur (E.B.Nash)

12. Belladonna

12. Calc carb (E.B.Nash)

13. Mezereum

13. Mercurius (E.B.Nash)

COGNATES

 

COGNATE REMEDIES

1

Sulphur => Calc carb => Lycopodium

2

Sulphur => Sarsaparilla => Sepia

3

Pulsatilla => Silicea => Fluoric acid

4

Ignatia => Natrum mur => Sepia

5

Allium cepa => Phosphorus => Sulphur

6

Ars alb => Thuja => Tarentula

7

Causticum => Colocynth => Staphysagria

8

Aconite => Hepar sulph => Spongia (J.T.Kent)

9

Merc sol => Hepar sulph => Silicea (J.T.Kent)

SYNONYMS

1. Vegetable Sulphur

1. Lycopodium (Clarke)

2. Vegetable mercury

2. Phytolacca (Kent), Podophyllum

3. Vegetable Pyrogen

3. Malaria officianalis

4. Liver of Sulphur

4. Hepar sulph

5. Gregory’s powder

5. Mag carb

6. Epsom salt

6. Mag sulph

7. Turpethum

7. Merc sulph

8. Schussler’s bone salt

8. Calc fluor

TRIOS

DISEASE CONDITION

TRIO OF MEDICINES

1. Trio of Restlessness

1. Aconite

2 Ars alb

3 Rhus tox

2. Trio of Delirium

1 Belladonna

2

Hyoscyamus

3

Stramonium

3. Trio of Flatulence

1. Cinchona

2

Carbo veg

3

Lycopodium

4. Trio of climacteric remedies

1. Lachesis

2

Sepia

3

Sulphur

5. Trio of Pleurisy

1. Aconite

2

Bryonia

3

Sulphur

6. Trio of Ptosis

1. Sepia

2

Causticum

3

Gelsemium

7. Trio of Offensiveness

1. Merc sol

2

Kreosotum

3

Baptisia

8. Trio of Spasmodic cough

1 Drosera

2 Ipecac

3 Cuprum met

9. Trio of Condylomata

1.

Thuja

 

2 Staphysagria

3 Nitric acid

10. Trio of Pain Remedies

1 Aconite

 

2

Chamomilla

3

Coffea

11. Trio of offensive urine

1. Benzoic acid

 

2

Nitric acid

3

Sepia

12. Trio of Burning

1. Ars alb

 

2

Phosphorus

3

Sulphur

13. Trio of Elongated Uvula

1. Apis

 

2

Kali bich

3

Hyoscyamus

14. Trio of Serous effusion

1. Apis

 

2

Bryonia

3

Kali carb

15. Trio of Prostration

1. Carbo veg

 

2

Ars alb

3

Mur acid

16. Trio of Twitching & Jerking

1. Zincum met

 

2

Ignatia

3

Agaricus

17. Trio of Nymphomania

1. Murex

 

2

Lil tig

3

Platina

18. Trio of Sleepiness

1. Opium

 

2

Antim tart

3

Nux vom

19.Trio of Cholera

1.

Camphor

 

2

Cup met

3

Verat alb

20. Trio of Rheumatism remedies

1.

Ledum (Ascending)

 

2

Kalmia (Descending)

3

Silicea

21. Trio of Eye strain

1.

Ruta

 

2

Senega

3

Nat mur

22. Trio of Sciatica

1.

Colocynth

 

2

Gnaphalium

3

Phytolacca

23. Trio of Septic fever

1.

Ars alb

 

2

Anthrac

3

Pyrogen

24. Trio of Fidgety Remedies

1.

Kali brom (Hands)

 

2

Zinc met (Feet)

3

Phosphorus (General)

25. Trio of Half sight Remedies

1.

Aurum

 

2

Lith carb

3

Lycopodium

CHRONIC COMPLIMENTS OF ACUTE REMEDIES (By Dr.Elizabeth Wright)

NAME OF ACUTE REMEDY

CHRONIC COMPLIMENTS

1. Aconite

1. Sulphur

2. Ars alb

2. Thuja

3. Colocynth

3. Staphysagria

4. Bryonia

4. Alumina & Nat mur

5. Pulsatilla

5. Silicea

6. Bacillinum

6. Calc phos

7. Hepar sulph

7. Silicea

8. Belladonna

8. Calc carb

9. Nux vom

9.

Sepia

INIMICALS

 
 

NAME OF

INIMICAL MEDICINES

MEDICINE

1. Acid aceticum

Borax

Causticum

Nux vom

Ran bulb

Sarsaparilla

2. Acid nitricum

· Lachesis

After Calc carb

3. Allium cepa

· Allium sativa

Aloes

Squilla

4. Allium sativa

· Aloes

Allium cepa

Squilla

5. Aloes

· Allium sativa

6. Ammonium

· Lachesis

carb

7. Apis mel

· Rhus tox

8. Arum

· Caladium

triphyllum

9.

Baryta carb

· After Calc carb

10. Belladonna

· Acetic acid

Dulcamara

11. Bovista

Coffea

12. Bryonia alb

Calc carb (W.Boericke)

13. Caladium

Arum triphyllum

14. Calc carb

Bryonia alb (W.Boericke)

Nitric acid, Baryta cab & Sulphur do not follow

After Kali bich & Nitric acid

15. Calendula

· Camphor

16. Camphor

· After Kali nit

17. Cantharis

· Coffea

18. Carbo

· Carbo veg

animalis

19.

Carbo veg

· Carbo animalis

   

Kreosotum

20.

· Coffea

Caulophyllum

21. Causticum

· Acetic acid

 

Coffea

Phosphorus

22. Chamomilla

· Zinc met

23. China

· After Digitalis & Selenium

24. Cistus

· Coffea

25. Cocculus

· Coffea

26. Coffea

· Cantharis

 

Causticum

Cocculus

Ignatia

27. Digitalis

· China

28. Dulcamara

· Acetic acid

 

Belladonna

Lachesis

29. Ferrum met

· Acetic acid

30. Ignatia

· Coffea

 

Nux vom

Tabacum

31. Kali bich

· Does not follow Calc carb

32. Kali nit

· Camphor does not follow

33. Kreosotum

· After Carbo veg

34. Lachesis

· Acetic acid

 

Carbolic acid

Nitric acid

Dulcamara

Ammonium carb

Psorinum

35. Lycopodium

· After Sulphur

 

Coffea

36. Merc sol

· Acetic acid

· Silicea disagrees before or

after potentised Mercury, but antidotes crude mercury

37. Millefolium

·

Coffea

38. Nux vom

· Acetic acid

Ignatia

Zinc met

39. Paris

· Ferr phos

quadrifolia

40. Phosphorus

· Causticum

41. Psorinum

· Sepia

42. Ran bulb

· Acetic acid

Staphysagria

Sulphur

43. Rhus tox

· Apis disagrees but Phos

follows well (J.T.Kent)

44. Sarsaparilla

· Acetic acid

45. Selenium

· China

46.

Sepia

· Bry alb (W.Boericke)

 

Lachesis should not be used before or after (Allen’s Keynotes)

Pulsatilla with which it should never be alternated (Allen’s Keynotes)

47.

Silicea

· Merc sol

48.

Squilla

· Allium sativa

49.

Staphysagria

· Ran bulb

50.

· Coffea

Strammonium

51.

Sulphur

Sulphur follows Lyco but Lyco does not follow Sulphur (Kent)

 

Ran bulb

52.

Vespa

· Arg nit

53.

Zincum met

· Chamomilla

 

Nux vom

COMPLEMENTS

NAME OF

COMPLEMENTARY MEDICINE

MEDICINE

1. Acid aceticum

·

China (after haemorrhages)

2. Acid fluoricum

· Silicea

Coca

3. Acid ntricum

· Ars alb

Caladium

4. Acid sulph

· Puls

5. Aconite

· Arnica (in bruises, injury to eye)

Coffea (in fever, sleeplessness & intolerance of pain)

Sulphur (often completes a cure which begin with Aconite)

6. Aethusa

· Calc carb

Silicea

7. Allium cepa

· Phosphorus

Sarsaparilla

Thuja

Pulsatilla

8. Allium sativa

· Ars alb

9. Aloes

· Sulphur

10. Alumina

· Bryonia

Ferrum met

11. Antim crud

· Squilla

12. Antim tart

· Ipecac

13. Apis mel

· Natrum mur

14. Arnica

· Aconite

Ipecac

Veratrum album

Hypericum

Rhus tox

15. Ars alb

· Allium sativa

Carbo veg

Natrum sulph

Phosphorus

Pyrogen

Rhus tox

Secale cor

Thuja

16. Badiaga

· Iodum

Merc sol

Sulphur

17. Baryta carb

· Dulcamara

18. Belladonna

· Calc carb

19. Bryonia alba

· Alumina

Rhus tox

Upas (when Bryonia fails)

20. Caladium

· Acid nitricum

21. Calc carb

· Belladonna

Rhus tox

Lycopodium

22. Calc phos

· Ruta

Sulphur

Zinc met

23. Calendula

· Hepar sulph

24. Camphor

· Cantharis

25. Cantharis

· Camphor

26. Carbo animalis

· Calc phos

27. Carbo veg

· Drosera

 

Kali carb (- stiches in heart)

Phosphorus

28. Causticum

· Petroselinum

 

Colocynth

Carbo veg

Merc sol (assists the action of Causticum and vice versa in small-pox [Teste])

29. Chamomilla

Belladonna (in diseases of children, Cham acts more on nerves of abdomen, Bell more on cranial nerves)

·

 

Mag carb

30. China

·

Ferrum met

31. Coffea

Aconite

 

32. Colocynth

· Merc sol [in dysentery] (Allen’s Keynotes)

33. Conium mac

· Baryta mur

34. Cuprum met

· Calc carb

35. Drosera

· Nux vom

36. Dulcamara

· Baryta carb

 

Calc carb

Kali sulph

Sulphur

37. Ferrum met

· Alumina

 

China

 

Hamamelis

38. Graphites

· Ars alb

 

Causticum

Ferrum met

Hepar sulph

Lycopodium

Arg nit (Follows well in gastric derangements)

39. Hamamelis

· Ferrum met (in hemorrhages)

40. Hepar sulph

· Calendula (in injuries)

41. Ignatia

· Natrum mur

42. Iodum

· Badiaga

 

Lycopodium

43. Ipecac

· Antim tart

 

Arnica

 

Cuprum met

44. Kali bich

· Ars alb

45. Kali carb

Carbo veg (lowness of vitality suggests a preliminary course of Carbo veg)

·

 

Nux vom (in stomach and bladder troubles)

46. Kalmia

·

Benzoic acid

47. Lachesis

· Nitric acid

Hepar sulph

Lycopodium

Crotallus cascavella (often completes the curative work of Lachesis-Mure)

Salamandra

48. Lycopodium

· Iodum

Lachesis

Pulsatilla

Graphites

Chelidonium

Hydrastis (follows Lyco in indigestion)

49. Mag carb

· Chamomilla

50. Merc sol

· Badiaga

51. Natrum mur

· Apis

Ignatia

Sepia

52. Natrum sulph

· Ars alb

Thuja

53. Nux vom

· Sulphur

Kali carb

Sepia

54. Palladium

· Platina

55. Petroleum

· Sepia

56. Phosphorus

· Ars alb

Allium cepa

Carbo veg

Lyco

Silicea

57. Psorinum

· Sulphur

Tuberculinum

58. Podophyllum

· (Sulphur)

59. Pulsatilla

· Acid sulph

Lyco

Allium cepa

Silicea

Kali sulph

Stramonium

Kali mur

(Tuberculinum)

60. Pyrogen

· Bryonia

Baptisia

61. Rheum

· Mag carb

62. Rhus tox

· Bryonia

Calc carb

Calc flour

Phytolacca (in rheumatism)

Bovista (in urticaria)

63. Ruta

· Calc phos (in joint disorders)

64. Sabadilla

· Sepia

65. Sabina

· Thuja

66. Sarsaparilla

· Allium cepa

Merc sol

Sepia

67. Sepia

· Nux vom (intensifies action)

Natrum mur

Sabadilla

Guaiacum (is often beneficial after Sepia)

68. Silicea

· Acid fluoricum

Calc carb

Pulsatilla

Thuja

Sanicula

69. Stannum met

· Pulsatilla

70. Staphysagria

· Causticum

Colocynth

71. Sulphur

· Aconite

Ars alb

Aloe

Badiaga

Nux vom

Psorinum

72. Thuja

· Ars alb

Sabina

Silicea

Medorrhinum

73. Tuberculinum

· Psorinum

Hydrastis

Sulphur

Belladonna

Calc carb

74. Veratrum alb

· Arnica

75. Zincum met

· Calc phos (in hydrocephalus)

76. Ars iodide

· Phosphorus

(Clarke)

OTHER IMPORTANT POINTS GIVEN IN THE RELATIONSHIP SECTIONS (Mentioned by H.C.Allen, W.Boericke, Clarke & C. Hering)

CONDITIONS

MEDICINES

1. For excessive nausea and vomiting after taking tobacco

1.

Ipecac

2. For bad effects of tobacco chewing

2. Ars alb

3. For the gastric symptoms next morning after smoking

3. Nux vom

4. Palpitation, tobacco heart, sexual weakness

4. Phosphorus

5. For annoying hiccough from tobacco chewing

5. Ignatia, Puls

(Clarke, Hering)

6. For tobacco toothache

6.

Clematis or

Plantago

7. Neuralgic affections of right side of face; dyspepsia; chronic

7. Sepia

nervousness, especially in sedentary occupations

8. For impotence, spasms, cold sweat from excessive smoking

8. Lycopodium

9. Occipital headache and vertigo from excessive use of tobacco,

9. Gelsemium

especially smoking

10. To relieve terrible craving when discontinuing use

10. Tabacum

11. Destroys craving for tobacco

11. Caladium

12. Heart affections after continuous use of tobacco

12. Spigelia (Clarke)

13. Causes aversion to tobacco

13.

Plantago (Clarke,

Hering)

14. Bad taste in mouth in morning due to tobacco

14.

Nux vom (Clarke,

Boericke)

15. It antidotes mental effects of overuse of tobacco, in patients of

15.

Sepia

sedentary habits who suffer from over mental exertion

 

16.

Fluoric acid follows well after which medicines in the following

16.

conditions

Ars alb

In ascites of drunkards (Ascites from gin-drinker’s liver – Clarke, Hering)

Kali carb

Coff, Staph

In hip diseases

Phos acid

In sensitive teeth

Sil, Symph

In diabetes

Spongia

In bone diseases

 

In goitre

17.

Isomorphic medicine of Phosphorus

17.

Ars alb

18.

Removes bad effects of (Camphor – Hering), Iodine and

18.

Phosphorus

excessive use of table salt

 

19.

Abrotanum follows well after which medicines in the following

19.

conditions

Hepar sulph

Acon & Bry

In furuncle

 

In pleurisy, when a pressing sensation remains in affected side impending respiration

20.

Never be alternated with Sepia

20.

Pulsatilla

21.

One of the best remedies with which to begin the treatment of

21.

Puls, Calc carb,

a chronic case

Sulphur

22. Ailments from tea drinking

22. Pulsatilla

23. Medicine follows Puls in Ophthalmia (Clarke)

23. Arg nit

24.

Acetic acid follows well after which medicines in the following

24.

conditions

Cinchona

Digitalis

In hemorrhage

 

In dropsy

25.

It aggravates the symptoms of Arn, Bell, Lach, Merc; especially

25.

Acetic acid

the headache from Belladonna

 

26.

Cannot often be repeated in chronic cases without an

26.

Nat mur

intercurrent, called for by the symptoms

 

27. Should never be given during fever paroxysm

27.

Nat mur

28. Medicine which will relieve after Nat mur if vertigo and

28.

Nux vom

headache be very persistent, or prostration be prolonged

 

29.

Bad effects of sea bathing (Clarke)

29.

Ars alb

30.

30.

Should never be given simply to control the fever,

Aconite

Never alternated with other drugs for that purpose

 

Unless indicated by the exciting cause, is nearly always injurious in first stage of typhoid fever

Rarely indicated in fevers which bring out eruptions

31.

“Tension” is the key note of this medicine – Hughes

31.

Aconite

32.

Medicine follows Lachesis in intermittent fever when type

32.

Nat mur

changes

 

33.

Medicine completes the curative work of Lachesis

33.

Crotallus

 

cascavella

34.

34.

Medicine which often cures after Coll has improved piles

Aesculus

Useful after Nux & Sulph have improved, but failed to cure piles

 

35.

Ailments from the abuse of metals generally

35.

Sulphur

36.

Sulphur is the remedy when this substance has been abused as

36.

Aloe

a purgative

 

37.

37.

For a sleepless patient this medicine may be given at night

Sulphur

If the patient sleeps well it is best given in the morning, as it may disturb sleep if given at night

 

Nux may be given at night and this medicine in the morning when their complementary action is desired (Clarke)

38.

Complementary medicine of Zinc met in Hydrocephalus

38.

Calc phos

(Clarke)

 

39.

39.

After Camphor in cholera & cholera morbus

Verat alb

After Amm c, Carbo v & Bov in dysmenorrhoea with vomiting and purging

 

40.

Psorinum is given after this medicine in vomiting of pregnancy

40.

Lactic acid

41.

Sulphur follows this medicine well in mammary cancer

41.

Psorinum

42.

Psorinum is given after this medicine in traumatic affections of

42.

Arnica

ovaries

 

43.

Caladium & Selenium follow well after this medicine in

43.

Agnus castus

weakness of sexual organs or impotence

 

44.

Compatible: before Calc & Sil in polyps

44.

Allium cepa

45.

The burning feet of Sulphur and restless fidgety legs and feet

45. Medorrhinum

of Zinc are both found at the same time in

46.

This medicine is compatible after Sulphur especially when stool

46. Medorrhinum

drives out of bed (Hering)

47.

This medicine follows Psorinum as constitutional remedy in hay

47. Tuberculinum

fever, asthma

48.

Medicine for acute attacks, congestive or inflammatory,

48. Belladonna

occurring in tubercular diseases

49. Medicine to fatten patients cured with Tuberculinum

49. Hydrastis

50. Symptoms are prone to go from right to left

50. Anacardium,

Lycopodium

51. Similar to Arsenicum, which it often follows

51. Anthracinum

52. Complementary medicine of Apis if lymphatics are involved

52. Baryta carb

53. To be given on retiring or what is better, several hours before

53. Nux vom

going to bed; it acts best during repose of mind and body

54.

Seeds of this plant medicine contain copper, which is

54. Nux vom

responsible for the cramps it causes

55.

Must not be given in physiological doses in feeble heart, high

55. Thyroidinum

blood pressure and in tubercular patients

56.

Trillium pendulum is complementary to this medicine in

56. Calc phos

menstrual and hemorrhagic affections

57. Medicine preferable for warts on the prepuce

57. Cinnabaris

58. Medicine recommended as a prophylactic in malarial and

58. Terebinth

African fevers

59.

Termini of nerves became so irritated and sensitive that some

59. Tarentula hisp

kind of friction was necessary to obtain relief in

60.

For pricking pain, and soreness of periosteum remaining after

60. Symphytum

an injury

61.

In metrorrhagia from retained placenta with characteristic

61. Secale cor

delirium, this medicine often acts promptly when Stram has failed

62.

Bad effects of onions, bread; wine, spirituous liquors; tobacco

62. Ars alb

smoking and chewing

63.

Unless undoubtedly indicated the treatment of chronic diseases

63. Lycopodium

should not be commenced with this medicine, it is better to give first another antipsoric medicine (Hering)

64. Ailments from brandy drinking

64. Sulphuric acid

65. Sulphuric acid follows well after this medicine in echymosis

65. Ledum pal

66. Sulphuric acid follows well after this medicine in bruised pain,

66. Arnica

livid skin and profuse sweat

67.

This medicine follows well after Cal carb in obesity of young

67. Graphites

women with large amount of unhealthy adipose tissue

68. Graphites follows this medicine well in skin affections

68. Sulphur

69. Graphites follows well after this medicine in gushing

69. Sepia

leucorrhoea

70.

This medicine follows Thuja in condylomata and sycotic

70. Sabina

affections

71.

After Bryonia in pleurisy (Hering)

71. Sabadilla

72. This medicine follows well after Opium in bad effects of fright

72. Sambucus nigra

73. Complementary to Ferrum in hemorrhages and the

73. Hamamelis

hemorrhagic diathesis

74.

This medicine is better than either Arnica or Calendula in

74. Hamamelis

hastening absorption of intra-ocular hemorrhage (Hering)

75. After Bell fails in scarlatina

75. Sanguinaria can

76. Complementary to Calendula in injuries of soft parts

76. Hepar sulph

77. As a dynamic remedy for the narcosis of Opium

77. Sanguinaria can

78. Rheumatism of right deltoid (Clarke)

78. Sang, Mag carb

79. Hyoscyamus follows this medicine well in deafness after

79. Belladonna

apoplexy (Hering)

80.

This medicine follows Nux vom or Opium in haemoptysis of

80. Hyocyamus

drunkards (Hering)

81.

This medicine often cures lasciviousness when Hyocyamus fails

81. Phosphorus

(Hering)

82.

Medicine which follows Bell & Opium in congestive chills

82. Hyocyamus

(Hering)

83. Hiccough after abdominal operations (Clarke)

83. Hyocyamus

84. Hiccough after emotional disturbances (Clarke)

84. Ignatia

85. In wounds where formerly Aconite & Arnica were given

85. Hypericum

alternately, this medicine cures

86. The bad effects of Ignatia are antidoted by

86. Pulsatilla

87. This medicine is followed well by Kali bich in croup

87. Iodum

88. Frequently called for after abuse of mercury

88. Sarsaparilla

89. Itch checked by mercurials or Sulphur often requires this

89. Selenium

 

medicine

90.

After Spongia this medicine is indicated, when mucus

90. Hepar sulph

commences to rattle

91. Follows Digitalis, if this fails to relieve water-logged cases

91. Squilla

92. This medicine is followed well by Ant tart in foreign bodies in

92. Ipecac

 

larynx

93.

Ipecac is followed well by this medicine in influenza, chills,

93. Ars alb

croup, debility and cholera infantum

94. The lower preparation of this salt should not be kept too long

94. Kali bich

95. Kali bich is given after this medicine in acute or chronic nasal

95. Calc carb

 

catarrh

96.

Ant tart follows well this medicine in catarrhal affections and

96. Kali bich

skin diseases

97.

After Cantharis & Carbo acid has removed the scrapings in

97. Kali bich

dysentery

98.

Kali bich follows after this medicine in croup, horse cough, with

98. Iodum

tough membrane, general weakness and coldness are present

99.Kali mur is followed by this medicine in mastitis and syphilis

99. Silicea

100. Follows Kali phos in ear diseases and suppressed menses

100. Kali mur

101.

It generally acts best in single dose, if repeated should be

101. Lac can

given at exact intervals (Hering)

102. After Arnica it hastens the curative process in the joints

102. Ruta

103. Ruta follows after this medicine in injuries of bones

103. Symphytum

104. Medicine antidotes spider poisons

104. Ledum pal

105. Long lasting effects of injuries

105.

Conium

106. Sometimes acts best when given in hot water

106. Mag phos

107. In children handling genitals (Clarke)

107. Mezerium,

Medorrhinum

108. It antidotes: bad effects of sugar, insect stings, ailments from

108. Mercurius

arsenic or copper vapors (Hering)

109.

Hering who proved this medicine, calls it “Turpethum” and

109. Merc sulph

“Turpeth mineral”

110.

Medicine which often quickly > itching and burning of Rhus,

110. Sepia

the vesicles drying up in a few days.

111.

Given after Mag carb when milk disagrees and child has sour

111. Rheum

odor

112.

In urticria this medicine follow with Bovista

112. Rhus tox

113.

Incompatible with Sulphur & Staphysagria

113. Ran bulb

114.

Acts well before or after Cinchona in colliquative sweats,

114. Phos acid

diarrhea & debility

115.

After Nux vom in fainting after a meal

115. Phos acid

116. Skin symptoms if suppressed causes diarrhoea

116. Petroleum

117. Epidemic occurring in January and February often call for this

117. Mezerium

remedy

118.

Cures the muscular weakness following excessive use of

118. Muriatic acid

opium and tobacco

119.

Must change position frequently, but it is painful and gives

119. Nat sulph,

little relief

Causticum

120.

It antidotes, poisoning with Rhus and stings of insects

120. Ammonium carb

121.

This medicine is incompatible to Thea &

121. Ferr met

Beer

 

(Hering, Clarke)

122.

Medicine similar to Puls in affections of the eyes

122. Euphrasia

123.

The nearest analogue of Eup per

123. Bryonia

124.

The closest analogue of Echinacea (Clarke)

124. Baptisia

125.

This medicine is similar to Mercurius in ptyalism, glandular

125. Dulcamara

swellings, bronchitis, diarrhoea, susceptibility to weather changes, night pains

126. Should not be used before or after Acet ac, Bell & Lach

126. Dulcamara

127. Often relieves the constant distressing night-cough in

127. Drosera

tuberculosis

128. Nearest analogue of Cyclamen

128. Pulsatilla

129. Cinchona antidotes direct action of this medicine and

129. Digitalis

increases the anxiety

130.

This medicine follows Cuprum met well in whooping cough

130.

Veratrum album

and cholera

 

131.

Patients requiring this medicine often improve from wine or

130.

Con mac

stimulants, though persons susceptible to it can not take alcoholic stimulants when in health

 

132.

Con mac is followed well by this medicine in tumors of

131.

Psorinum

mammae with threatening malignancy

 

133.

Children not easily impressed when Ant tart seems indicated

132.

Hepar sulph

in coughs, require this medicine

 

133.

133.

Antim tart

For bad effects of vaccination when Thuja fails and Silicea is not indicated

 

Before Silicea from foreign bodies in the larynx & trachea

Before Puls in suppressed gonorrhea

When lungs seem to fail, patient becomes sleepy, cough declines or ceases, it supplants Ipecac

134.

This medicine cures pustules on genitals caused by Antim tart

134.

Con mac

(Hering)

 

135.

Has cured scarlatina & albuminuria after Canth, Dig, Hell

135.

Apis mel

failed

 

136. “It has cured where Bell failed in cough of horses” (Hering)

136.

Apis mel

137. Dropsy after abuse of quinine

137.

Apocynum can

138. This medicine is complementary to Apis if lymphatics are

138.

Baryta carb

involved

 

139.

An occasional dose of this medicine favors action of Arg nit in

139.

Pulsatilla

Ophthalmia

 

140.

Coffea increases nervous headache of

140.

Arg nit

141. Boys complaints after using tobacco

141.

Arg nit, Ars alb,

Ver alb

142. Cures gonorrhea, after Cannab, Copaiva and Mercurius failed

142. Arg met

143. Uterine and ovarian symptoms, similar to this medicine, latter

143. Palladium

on right side; Arg met on left

144.

After Arg nit had failed in flatulent indigestion, this medicine

144. Lycopodium

cures (Hering)

145.

145. Arg nit

After Bry & Spig in dyspepsia

After Spongia was given for goitre, and myopia followed

After Verat for wind passing upward in great quantities, inducing faintness

146.

Complementary drug of Colocynth in dysentery with great

146. Merc sol

tenesmus

147.

Colocynth in alternation with this medicine cures ovarian

147. Staphysagria

pains (Hering)

148.

After Cham in abdominal pain and first stage of cholera

148. Colocynth

(Hering)

149. Nearest analogue of Colocynth (Clarke)

149. Bryonia

150. Has cured colic after Col & Nux had failed

150. Collinsonia

151. Was used with benefit in case of cardiac disease, in which

151. Collinsonia

Digit, Cactus and other remedies failed (Hering)

152.

Arnica is followed by

152. Acid sulph

153.

153.

Arnica

Wine increases unpleasant effect of this medicine

 

Follows well after Apis in hydrocephalus

 

Ars alb aids Arnica in dysentery with varicose veins

Alternate successfully in cases where the change of symptoms indicate it, with Acon & Rhus tox

Injurious after the bite of a dog or any rabid or angry

 

animals

(Hering)

154.

155.

Arum triphyllum

Useful after Hep and Nit acid in dry, hoarse, croupy cough

 

Should not be given low or repeated often, as bad effects often follow

After Caust and Hep in morning hoarseness and deafness, and in scarlatina

After Senega in soreness and redness of throat (Hering)

155.

156.

Ars iodide

Useful after Sulphur in phthisis pulmonalis

   

Useful after Conium in sensitive lump in

 

mamma

(Hering)

156. This medicine is similar to Causticum in modalities

156.

Asarum

europaeum

157. When Ars alb has been improperly given or too often repeated

157. Baptisia tinctoria

in typhoid or typhus

 

158.

Baryta carb is incompatible after this medicine in scrofulous

158. Calc carb

affections

 

159.

After Baryta carb this medicine will often eradicate the

159. Psorinum

constitutional tendency to quinsy

 

160.

160. Benzoic acid

Especially in enuresis after Natrum mur failed

Useful after Colchicum fails in gout

 

After abuse of Copaiva in suppression of gonorrhea

161.

If the patient lies perfectly still, the disposition to vomit is less

161.

Colchicum,

urgent. Every motion renews it

Bryonia

162. Often cures dropsy after Apis & Ars fails

162. Colchicum

163. After Coffea in ineffectual labour pains (Hering)

163. Aconite

164. Tenderness after Coffea relieved toothache (Hering)

164. Ignatia

165. After Chamomilla in belly-pains and diarrhoea in teething

165. Coffea

children (Hering)

166. Nervous erethism caused by Coffee (Hering)

166. Sulphur

167. After Thea in sleeplessness (Hering)

167. Coffea

168. Has cured umbilical hernia with obstinate constipation after

168. Cocculus

 

Nux failed

169.

This medicine follows well Calc phos in hydrocephaloid

169. Cinchona

170.

170. Cina

In pertussis after Drosera has relived the severe symptoms

Has cured aphonia from exposure when Acorn, Phos and Spongia had failed

Is frequently thought of in children as an epidemic remedy when adults require other drugs

171.This medicine in occasional dose, aided Berberis vulg in curing rheumstism of knee (Hering)

171. Lycopodium

172.

When Rhus tox seems indicated, but fails to cure, in chronic

172. Bovista

urticaria

173. Hard goitre cured after Iodum failed

173. Bromium

174. This medicine has cured in croup after failure of Iod, Phos,

174. Bromium

Hep, Spong; especially in relapses after Iod

175.

After Conium in lymphatic, psoric or tuberculous persons

175.

Calc ars

176.

Calc carb is followed by this medicine in nasal catarrh

176.

Kali bich

177.

177.

Calc carb

In children it may be often repeated

 

In aged people it should not be repeated; especially if the first dose benefited, it will usually do harm

When the remedy does not otherwise act, put it in child’s milk, if bottle fed

Incompatible before Acid nit & Sulphur

178.

Debility remaining after acute diseases

178.

Psorinum, Calc

 

phos

179.

Pain extends from orifice of urethra backwards

179.

Sal acid,

 

Calendula

180.

180. Calendula

Similar to Hypericum in injuries to parts rich in sentient nerves where pain is excessive and out of proportion to injury

Similar to Arnica in traumatism without laceration of tissue

Symph, Calc phos, for non-union of bones

181.