Grape Cure. Useful

Lead. Locally

Quinine, 2, 3. For the malnutrition

Zinc Oxide. Locally

Ectropium And Entropium

Collodion Silver Nitrate


Alkalies. Weak solutions as a constant dressing

Alum, 3. To check a profuse discharge, not curative

Ammonium Carbonate, 1. Along with fresh infusion of cinchona

Anacardium Orientals

Argentic Nitrate, 2, 3. Simple solution, or solution in nitric ether painted over in chronic form

Arsenic, 2. Applicable only in squamous and chronic form, not in acute

Belladonna, 2. Internally, or atropine subcutaneously, in acute stage

Benzoin, 3. Compound tincture painted on to relieve itching

Bismuth, 2,3. Where there is much exudation, the powder, or ointment either of subnitrate or carbonate

Blisters, 3. In chronic cases, especially of hand

Borax, 3. The glycerine in eczema of the scalp and ears

Boric Acid Ointment, 2, 3. Topically, especially in eczema of the vulva

Camphor, 3. Powder to ally heat and itching

Carbolic Acid, 2,3. Internally and locally

Cashew Nut Oil. Ointment in chronic cases

Chloral, 1. As ointment 3ss.3j. of petroleum; or as lotion

Cinchona, 3. Powdered bark locally as an astringent

Citrine Ointment, 2, 3. Locally, alone or with tar ointment in eczema of the eyelids

Cocaine, 3. To allay itching in scrotal eczema

Cocoa Nut Oil, 1. In eczema narium

Cod-Liver Oil, 3. In eczema of children due to malnutrition, and locally to skin to prevent cracking

Collodion, 1

Conium, 1

Copper Sulphate, 2. Astringent

Croton Seeds. Tincture of, as ointment


Electricity, 2. Central galvanisation in very obstinate cases

Eucaltptol, 3. With iodoform and vaseline in dry eczema

Glycerin, 3, 4. As local emollient after an attack

Glycerols of Aloes, 1. In eczema aurium

Hamamelis. Locally to allay itching

Iris Versicolor. In chronic gouty cases

Jaborandi, 1

Lead Salts, 2, 3. Where there is much inflammation and weeping, a lotion containing a glycerine preparation; if dry and itching, a strong solution or an ointment

Lime Water, 3. A sedative and astringent, in later stages with glycerine

Lithia, 1. In gouty subjects


Oil of Cade, 3. With vaseline

Phytolacca. In obstinate cases

Plumbago, 1. Ointment in eczema aurium

Potassium Salts, 1. Internally

Potassium Cyanide, 3. To allay itching

Potato Poultice, 3. Cold, sprinkled with zinc oxide, to allay itching

Rhus Toxicodendron. Internally and externally; with much burning and itching, and in chronic eczema of rheumatism worse at night time

Salicylic Acid, 2, 3. Locally, if there is much weeping

Soap, 3. A glycerine soap to wash with night and morning will allay itching

Sulphides 3. Internally, and as baths; but

Sulphur not in acute stage

Tannin, 2, 3. After removal of the scales the glycerine of tannin, tar, or other ointment may be required to complete the cure

Tar, 3. Ointment; and internally as pill or capsule in very chronic form

Turkish Bath

Viola Tricolor. Infusion along with senna; externally as ointment

Warm Baths, 3. In acute stages

Yolk op Egg, 2. With water locally

Zinc, 1, 3. The oxide and carbonate as dusting powders; the oxide as ointment, if the raw surface is indolent after inflammation has subsided


Anacardium Orientals

Arsenic. Along with five or six times as much black pepper Cashew Nut Oil Gurjun Oil

Iodine, 1. Internally and externally Sarsaparilla



Calcium Chloride, 1. In scrofulous diathesis


Cod-Liver Oil





Phosphate of Calcium

Potassium Chlorate, 1

Potassium Iodide, 1. In syphilitic taint


Apomorphine. When secretion is scanty Arsenic, 2, 3, In subjects who are affected with dyspnoea on catching a very slight cold.


Especially valuable if following on retrocession of a rash

Belladonna, 3. If bronchitis and dyspnoea are severe

Bleeding. When right side of heart engorged

Chloral, 3. In acute if sudden, a single large dose; if long continued, small doses

Cod-Liver Oil. One of the best remedies

Compressed Air, 2. Inhaled

Cubebs, 3. The tincture sometimes relieves like a charm

Ether. Internally, as inhalation

Grindelia, 2. In most respiratory neuroses


Iodide op Ethyl. As inhalation


Lobelia, 3. Where there is severe dyspnoea, or capillary bronchitis

Oxygen. In paroxysmal dyspnoea

Purging, 3. Instead of bleeding



Strychnine, 2, 4. As a respiratory stimulant

Turpentine, Oil op


Aspiration, or free incisions Carbolate op Iodine, 2. Carbolic Acid, 2, 3. Chlorine Water, 3. Iodine, 2, 3, 4. Quinine, 3. Salicylic Acid.

All used as injections to wash out cavity


Aconite. In small doses frequently at commencement Blisters Bryonia

Chloral Hydrate, 2. In moderate doses Mercury, 4. To prevent fibrinous deposits; conjointly with alkalies; if of rheumatic origin Opium. In full doses Potassium Salts. To liquefy exudation Quinine, 2. In full doses at the commencement Salicylic Acid, 2. In the rheumatic form


Carbolic Acid, 2. Locally applied, undiluted, on cotton wool probe in chronic form

Chromic Acid, 2. Strong solution, 15 gr.-3j. of hot water in catarrh

Ergot. Subcutaneously

Glycerin. Locally

Hot Water Injections

Hydrargyri Bichloridum, 1. Antiseptic injection



Iodo-tannin. Solution of iodine in tannic acid applied on cotton wool

Nitric Acid ustilago maydis