Red-Line Symptoms Of HEPAR SULPH- Extracted From J W Hutchison, Using Similimum Ultra- Homeopathic Software

1. Sensation as if a fish bone, or splinter were sticking in the throat.

2. Stomach inclined to be out of order; longing for sour or strong tasting things.

3. Green slimy diarrhoea of a sour smell.

4. Croup after dry, cold wind with swelling below the larynx, and great sensitiveness, to cold air or water.

5. Cannot bear to be uncovered, coughs when any part of the body is uncovered.

6. Unhealthy, suppurating skin, every out or hurt suppurates.

7. Ulcers very sensitive, burning or stinging edges, discharges corroding, smelling like old cheese, little pimples surround the principal ulceration.

8. Ailments after west or northwest wind.

9. Affections from the abuse of mercury, or iodine, particularly the iodine of potash.

10. To promote suppuration in boils, abscesses, etc.

About Chandran Nambiar K C

I am Chandran Nambiar K C Author, REDEFINING HOMEOPATHY Managing Director, Fedarin Mialbs Private Limited Developer. SIMILIMUM ULTRA Homeopathic Software I am not a scientist, academician, scholar, professional homeopath or anybody with 'big credentials', but an old lay man, a retired government servant, who accidentally happened to fall into the deep waters of the great ocean of homeopathic knowledge during his fiery teenage years, and was destined to live a whole life exploring the mysteries of that wonderful world with unending enthusiasm. My interest in homeopathy happened very accidentally when I was only 20 years old UNDERGRADUATE ZOOLOGY student, through a constant relationship with a local practitioner who happened to be father of my classmate. I was a regular visitor in his clinic, where from I started reading BOERICKE MATERIA MEDICA and other homeopathic books, which helped me to cure myself my troublesome asthma that have been haunting me since my childhood days. I became a voracious reader of homeopathy.
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