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See also Gastric Derangements.

Ferrum phos
Inflammatory stage of hepatitis.

Kali mur
Jaundice, if the disease has been caused by a chill resulting in a catarrh of the duodenum; white-coated tongue, stools light-colored, sluggish action of the liver, sometimes pain in the right side, light-yellow color of the evacuations denoting want of bile, accompanied by white or grayish-furred tongue and constipation.

Kali phos
If nervous system be depressed.

Natrum phos
In lowest potencies for sclerosis of the liver and the hepatic form of diabetes, especially when there is a succession of boils.

Natrum sulph
Irritable liver, bilious attack, too much bile, if after excessive study or mental work (also Kali phos.). Vomiting of bitter matter or bile. Jaundice arising from vexation, with bilious, green evacuations or greenish-brown coated tongue, or sallow skin; yellow eyeballs. Congestion of liver, with soreness and sharp, sticking pains. Chief remedy. Bursting pains in the region of the gall bladder compelling patient to bend double; bitter taste and much slime in mouth.

Natrum mur
Jaundice with drowsiness and any of the symptoms present peculiar to this group of ailments. Pain in region of liver.

Calcarea sulph
Pain in region of liver, in right side of pelvis, followed by weakness, nausea and pain in stomach.

Kali sulph
Jaundice from gastric catarrh. Purging.

Abscess of liver. Throbbing and ulcerative pain in hepatic region.

Last summer my second daughter returned from a visit to New Jersey with an immense wart on her hand. In a few days she was taken quite ill with fever, which I took to be of a bilious nature; gave Natrum sulph. She became deeply jaundiced and grew worse while taking this remedy. I then changed to Kali mur. and she began to improve immediately and was well in a few days. After she had taken a few doses of the Kali mur. the jaundice began to abate and the wart fell off. (E. H. H.)


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