Samuel Hahnemann. Pressing, bearing-down pain in the coccyx, as if the part were bruised. Pain as from subcutaneous ulceration in this region, mostly when sitting or lying down. Toothache, pressing, tearing and lancinating, day and night, with red erysipelatous swelling of the cheek, and a tumour on the gums passing into suppuration ; for 7 days. Boring prickings between the sockets of the left side, when moving the lower jaw.
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Would you like to tell us about a lower price? If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support? Purchase of this book includes free trial access to www. This is an OCR edition with typos. The medicines which have been found most suitable and excellent in chronic diseases so far, I shall present in the following part according to their pure action on the human body, as well those used in the treatment of the diseases of psoric origin, as those used in syphilis and in the figwart-disease.
That we need far fewer remedies to combat the latter than the Psora can not with any thinking man form an argument against the chronic miasmatic nature of the latter and still less against the fact that it is the common source of the other chronic diseases.
The Psora, a most ancient miasmatic disease, in propagating itself for many thousands of years through several millions of human organisms, of which each one had its own peculiar constitution and was exposed to very varied influences, was able to modify itself to such a degree as to cause that incredible variety of ailments which we see in the innumerable chronic patients, with whom the external symptom which acts vicariously for the internal malady , i.
Hence it seems to have come to pass that this half- spiritual miasma, which like a parasite seeks to inroot its hostile life in the human organism and to continueits life there, could develop itself in so many ways in the many thousands of years, so that it has even caused to spring forth and has born modified offshoots with characteristic properties, which do not indeed deny their descent from their stock the common Psora , but, nevertheless, differ from one another considerably by some peculiarities.
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The chronic diseases Their peculiar nature and their homoeopathic cure
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The Chronic Diseases : Their Peculiar Nature and Their Homeopathic Cure
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Samuel Hahnemann. Critical remarks upon the treatment of psora. Description and treatment of sycosis. Treatment of psora. Rules for the use of antipsoric remedies.