Eucalyptus. A tonic after malarial disease Guarana, 2. Same as coca Hydrastis, 2. As a substitute for quinine Iron, 2. As chalybeate waters Koumiss

Lime. As lime-water or carbonate of calcium Opium. As enema for insomnia Pancreatin, 2. To aid digestion Pepsin, 2. The same Phosphates, 2 Phosphites, 2 Sea-Bathing, 3 Sumbul. Where great nervous excitability

Convulsions, Infantile.

Aconite

Alcohol. A small dose of wine or brandy arrests convulsions from teething

Asafoetida. A small dose in an enema arrests convulsions from teething

Baths. Warm, with cold affusions to the head

Belladonna. Very useful

Bromide of Potassium, 2, 3, 4. Exceedingly useful; children bear it in large doses; gr. v. three times a day or oftener for a child a year old in convulsions from teething

Chloral Hydrate. In large doses - gr. v. by mouth or rectum

Chloroform. To arrest fit

Garlic Poultices, 4. To spine and lower extremities in infantile convulsions

Ignatia. When intestinal irritation

Spinal Ice-bag

Valerian. When due to worms

Veratrum

Corneal Opacities.

Cadmium

Hydrargyri Blchloridum, 1. 1/8 gr. to 3j.

Iodine. Internally and locally

Mercury. Internally and locally

Silver Nitrate. Locally

Sodium Chloride. Injected under conjunctiva

Corns.

Acetic Acid

Chromic Acid

Iodine

Poultices. And plaster with hole in centre to relieve pressure

Salicylic Acid, 3. Saturated solution in collodion with extract of cannabis indica, 3ss-3j.

Silver Nitrate

Cough.

Aconite. In throat-cough and emphysema Alcohol, 3. Relieved by brandy or wine; aggravated by beer or stout Alum, 3. As spray or gargle

Cough.

Argenti Nitras, 1. In throat-cough, a solution of gr. viij.-3j. applied to fauces Apomorphine. In bronchitis, with deficient secretion; and as emetic in children where there is excess of bronchial secretion Asafoetida, 2. In the after-cough from habit, and in the sympathetic whooping-cough of mothers Belladonna, 3, 4. In nervous cough and uncomplicated whooping-cough Blue Pill. In gouty or bilious pharyngeal irritation Butyl-Chloral Hydrate, 3. In night coughs of phthisis Camphor. Internally, or locally, painted over the larynx with equal parts of alcohol Carbonic Acid Gas, 3. Inhalation in nervous cough Cerium, 2. In cough associated with vomiting Chloral Hydrate, 2. In respiratory neurosis Chloroform, 3. With a low dose of opium and glycerine in violent paroxysmal cough; if very violent to be painted over the throat Cod-Liver Oil. One of the most useful of all remedies in cough Conium, 3. In whooping-cough Creasote, 3. In winter cough Cubebs, 2, 3. Along with linseed in acute catarrh Gelsemium, 2, 3. In convulsive and spasmodic cough, with irritation of the respiratory centre Grindelia, 2. In habitual or spasmodic cough Glycerine, 3. Along with lemon-juice, as an emollient Hydrocyanic Acid, 2, 4. For irritable cough, and in phthisis, and. in reflex cough arising from gastric irritation Hyoscyamus. In tickling night-coughs Iodine, 3. As inhalation in cough after measles, or exposure to cold, associated with much hoarseness and wheezing of the chest Iodoform, 3. In the cough of phthisis Ipecacuanha. Internally, and as spray locally; in obstinate winter cough and bronchial asthma Ipecacuanha and Squill Pill. In chronic bronchitis at night Lactucarium. To relieve Laurocerasus. Substitute for hydrocyanic acid Linseed. In throat-cough Liquorice. In throat-cough Lobelia, 2. In whooping-cough and dry bronchitic cough Nasal Douche. In nasal cough Opium, 2, 3. Morphine locally to the throat and larynx, and generally Plasters. Calefaciens and picis to the chest Potassium Bromide. In reflex coughs Potassium Carbonate, 1. In dry cough with little expectoration Prunus Virginiana Pulsatilla. Anemonine, gr. ss-j.dose, in asthma and whooping-cough Sanguinaria. In nervous cough Tannin. As glycerine to the fauces in chronic inflammation, especially in children Tar Water. In winter-cough, especially paroxysmal, bronchitis and phthisis Valerian. In hysterical cough Zinc Sulphate, 1. In nervous hysterical cough

Croup.

Aconite, 3. In catarrhal croup

Alum, 2, 3, 4. Teaspoonful, with honey or syrup, every 1/4 or 1/2 hour until vomiting is induced; most useful emetic Apomorphine, 2. As an emetic; may cause severe depression Calomel, 2. Large doses, to allay spasm and check formation of false membrane

Croup.

Carbolic Acid, 2. Spray

Copper Sulphate, 2, 3. gr. j-v., according to age of child, until vomiting is induced Ipecacuanha, 2, 4. Must be fresh; if it does not succeed, other emetics must be taken Jaborandi, 4. Beneficial in a few cases Lactic Acid. To dissolve membrane (1 in 20); applied as spray or painted over Lime Water, 4. Spray, most useful in adults Lobelia, 3. Has been used Mercury Subsulphate. One of the best emetics; gr. iij-v. given early Quinine, 2. In spasmodic croup, in large doses Sanguinaria. A good emetic. R. Syr. ipecac.

3ij.; Pulv. sanguin. gr. xx.; Pulv. ipecac.

gr. v.; give a teaspoonful every quarter-hour till emesis, then half a teaspoonful every hour Senega. As an auxiliary Sulphurous Acid, 3. As spray Tannin, 3. As spray, or glycerin of tannin Tartar Emetic, 2. Too depressant in young children Zinc Sulphate, 2, 3. Sometimes used as an emetic

Cystitis.

Aconite. When fever present

Alkalies. When urine is acid and the bladder irritable and inflamed Ammonium Citrate, 1. In chronic cystitis Arbutin, 4. Diuretic in chronic cystitis Belladonna. Most useful to allay irritability Benzoic Acid, 1. In catarrh with an alkaline state of the urine Boric Acid, 4. As Boroglyceride as injection in cystitis, with an alkaline urine due to fermentation Buchu. Especially useful in chronic cases Cantharides, 3. In small doses long continued, where there is a constant desire to micturate associated with much straining and pain in the act. Carbolic Acid, 3. And sulpho-carbolates as antiseptics Chimaphila. In chronic cases Copaiba. Useful Cubebs Eucalyptus. Extremely useful in chronic cases Hot Enemata, 3. To relieve the pain Hot Sitz-Bath, 3