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  • For colds with profuse mucus discharge, dryness of the mouth, chilliness, restlessness, and prostration, use arsenicum 10th to 30th potency.

    THE NATURAL REMEDY BIBLE

  • Other remedies that are possible include arsenicum and lachesis.

    THE NATURAL REMEDY BIBLE

  • Homeopathic remedies that are useful for laryngitis as well as bronchitis are aconite 6x at the very beginning, belladonna 6x when there is a dry cough with fever and headache, hepar sulph 6x when there is profuse expectoration, arsenicum 6x for the aged and weak, and byronia 6th to 30th when there is a wheezing sound associated with fear of suffocation.

    THE NATURAL REMEDY BIBLE

  • Some remedies that frequently come up include lycopodium, arsenicum, sepia, and apis, but these are usually taken in extremely high potencies and should be professionally prescribed.

    THE NATURAL REMEDY BIBLE

  • Homeopathic remedies to consider are bryonia 6th to 30th when there is burning sensation, cough, phlegm, nasal congestion; arsenicum alb. 6th for profuse acrid discharges with frequent sneezing, simultaneous affection of eyes, nose and throat; pulsatilla 6th when there are putrid discharges, ear pains, and loss of taste, smell and sensations; allium cepa 6th for frequent sneezing, profuse watery discharges.

    THE NATURAL REMEDY BIBLE

  • Dr. Edgar Sheaffer, who writes for The Health Care Letter, recommends combining a dietary approach, citrus dips, and remedies such as arsenicum album, lachesis, lycopodium, or ledum palustre to deal with fleas.

    250 Things You Can Do to Make Your Cat Adore You

  • Jo liked this, and after an energetic rummage from garret to cellar, subsided on the sofa to nurse her cold with arsenicum and books.

    Little Women

  • “Certainly (the doctor replied) she needs some arsenicum,” which he gave her, promising to call and see us on the next Monday.

    The Life and Letters of Elizabeth Prentiss

  • A still more universal spoon material was alchymy, also called occamy, alcamy, arkamy, etc., a metal never used now, which was made of a mixture of pan-brass and arsenicum.

    Home Life in Colonial Days

  • The greater number of spoons owned by the colonists were of pewter or of alchymy -- or alcamyne, ocamy, ocany, orkanie, alcamy, or occonie -- a metal composed of pan-brass and arsenicum.

    Customs and Fashions in Old New England

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