"The best time for taking a dose of an anti-psoric medicine is early in the morning while fasting; no food or drink should be taken within half an hour after. After taking the medicine, the patient should keep perfectly quiet at least a full hour, but without going to sleep, avoiding mental exertion of any kind as well".

* The following is Hahnemann's list of anti-psoric remedies, but there are quite a number of others that ought to be included, which have been proved and introduced since his time:

Agaricus, Alumina, Amnion, carb., Ammon. mur., Anacardium, Antimon. crud., Arsenic, Aurum, Baryta carb., Borax,

Calcarea carb., Carbo animalis, Carbo vegetabilis, Causticum, Clematis,

Colocynthis,

Cuprum,

Digitalis,

Dulcamara,

Euphorbium,

Graphites,

Guaiacum,

Iodum,

Kali carb.,

Kali nitricum,

Lycopodium,

Magnesia carb.,

Manganum,

Mezereum,

Muriatic acid,

Natrum carb.,

Natrum mur.,

Nitric acid,

Petroleum,

Phosphorus,

Phosphoric acid,

Platina,

Sarsaparilla,

Sepia,

Silica,

Stannum,

Sulphur,

Sulphuric acid,

Zincum.

"To females, anti-psoric remedies should not be given immediately before or during menstruation, not until four days after the flow has commenced".

Pregnancy offers a most favorable time for the administration of anti-psoric remedies, the organism being then in a specially receptive state for the eradication of chronic and inherited disease tendencies.

During treatment of a chronic disease, do not interfere too readily with the acute sufferings that may arise during the treatment. Often such acute symptoms are really a part of the curative action and hence it would be unwise to interfere with their development.