Hot Water, 3. Between meals

Ipecacuanha, 3. In constipation, oppression at epigastrium, and in pregnancy

Mercury, 3. When liver sluggish

Muscarine, 2. In intestinal paresis

Nux Vomica, 2, 3. In constipation, pain at top of head

Physostigma, 2. In women at change of life

Potassium Permanganate. In fat people

Rue, 1. Most efficient

Sulpho-Carbolates, 3. When no acidity, and simple spasms

Sulphurous Acid, 3. If due to fermentation

Turpentine. Few drops internally, or as enema in fevers, peritonitis, etc.

Flushing and Heat.

Eucalyptol, 3. At climacteric

Iron. Most useful

Nitrite of Amyl, 3. If associated with menstrual irregularity; accompanying symptoms, cold in the extremities, giddiness, fluttering of the heart; inhalation, or internally in one-third of a drop doses; effects sometimes disagreeable

Nux Vomica, 3. With tinct. opii in the hysteria of middle-aged women

Potassium Bromide, 3. If at climacteric

Valerian

Valeriaxate of Zinc, 3. At climacteric

Fractures and Dislocations.

Aconite. If febrile symptoms are present

Arnica. Internally and locally

Iodine. Antiseptic dressing

Opium

Phosphate of Calcium. Quickens union

Freckles.

Alkaline Lotions, 2

Benzoin

Borax

Iodine

Lime-Water

Mercuric Chloride, 1. Locally, with glycerine, alcohol, and rose water. 3/4 of gr. to the oz.

Olive Oil potassium carbonate

Gangrene.

Ammonium Chloride, 1

Balsam of Peru

Bromine, 2. Escharotic in hospital gangrene

Carbolic Acid, 2, 3, 4. Locally in strong solution to act as a caustic; as a dressing to promote healthy action

Charcoal. As poultice

Chlorine Water. To destroy fetor

Chromic Acid, 2. Local escharotic

Cinchona

Creasote

Eucalyptol, 2. Along with camphor in gangrene of lungs to prevent spread and lessen the fetor

Lime Juice and Chlorine Water in hospital gangrene

Myrtol, 2. To destroy fetor and promote healthy action

Nitric Acid, 2, 4. Next to bromine the most useful escharotic

Oakum, 1. Dressing

Opium

Oxygen. As a bath

Potassium Chlorate

Potassa fusa, 2. Wide caustic

Resorcin, 2. Antiseptic, antipyretic

Salicylic Acid, 2. Locally

Sanguinaria

Turpentine, 2. Internally, and inhalation of vapour

Gastralgia.

Acupuncture. Sometimes gives great relief

Alum, 2. If pyrosis

Arsenic, 2, 3, 4. In small doses

Atropine, 2. In gastric ulcer

Bismuth, 2, 3, 4. In irritable gastralgia

Charcoal, 3. In neuralgia

Chloral, 3. To relieve pain

Chloroform. Two or three drops on sugar

Creasote, 3

Ergot

Ether, 2. A few drops

Galvanism. Of pneumogastric and sympathetic

Hydrocyanic Acid, 2, 4. If purely nervous

Manganese, 2, 3, 4. The black oxide purified

Milk Cure

Morphine. Subcutaneously, in epigastrium, very useful, or with bismuth and milk before each meal Nitro-glycerin, 2. Quickly eases Nux Vomica, 3. To remove morbid condition on which it depends Pancreatin Pepsin

Quinine, 2. If periodic in character Resorcin, 2

Salicylic Acid, 2. Like quinine Silver Nitrate, 2, 3, 4. Nervine tonic Silver Oxide, 2 Zinc Oxide, 2

Gastric Ulcer.

Arsenic, 2. In chronic ulcer it eases pain and vomiting, and improves the appetite

Gastric Ulcer.

Atropine, 2. Arrests pain and vomiting

Bismuth, 2. Like arsenic

Cannabis Indica

Carlsbad Salts. Before meals

Castor Oil

Charcoal, 3. In chronic ulcer to allay pain

Ice-bag, 3. To epigastrium

Lead Acetate, 2. To check haematemesis

Lime Water with Milk, 3. Diet

Mercuric Chloride. Small close before meals

Milk

Morphine, 2. Like atropine

Nutritive Enemata, 2, 3, 4

Opium

Pepsin

Peptonised Milk, 1

Potassium Iodide. With bicarbonate, to lessen flatulent dyspepsia Silver Nitrate, 2, 3, 4. To relieve pain and vomiting Silver Oxide, 2 Tannin Turpentine, 3, 4. Frequently repeated to check haemorrhage

Gastritis.

Alum. When vomiting of glairy mucus

Ammonium Chloride, 4. In gastric catarrh

Arsenic, 3. In drunkards

Atropine, 2. In chronic cases

Bismuth, 4. In catarrh

Caffeine, 3. Especially when associated with migraine Calumba Cinchona

Eucalyptus, 3. In chronic catarrh Hydrastis, 2

Hydrocyanic Acid, 2, 3. To allay pain Ice, 2, 3. To suck; and to epigastrium Ipecacuanha, 2. In catarrh Lead Acetate, 3. Along with opium Nutrient Enemata Nux Vomica Opium

Silver Nitrate, 4. In chronic gastritis Silver Oxide Tannic Acid. Veratrum Viride, 4. Should never be used

Glanders.

Ammonium Carbonate. Every hour in concentrated solution, followed by opiate Arseniate of Strychnine Carbolic Acid. Locally Chlorinated Soda. Locally Creasote

Iodide of Sulphur Iodine

Potassium Bichromate Sulphites

Glandular Enlargements.

Ammoniacum, 4. Plaster counter-irritant on scrofulous glands Ammonium Chloride Arsenic

Barium Chloride Belladonna

Blisters, 3. To scrofulous glands Cadmium Chloride Calcium Chloride. In enlarged and breaking down scrofulous glands Calcium Sulphide, 3. For glands behind jaw with deep-seated suppuration Carbolic Acid, 4. Injections of a 2 per cent.

solution Cod-Liver Oil, 3

Glandular Enlargements

Conium, 2, 4. In chronic enlargements

Gold Chloride. In scrofula

Guaiacum

Iodine. Internally; and painted around, not over the gland Iodoform. As a dressing to breaking down glands Lead Iodide, 2. Ointment Mercury, 2, 4. Internally, and locally the oleate of mercury and morphine Pilocarpine, 2. In acute affections of parotid and submaxillary Potassium Iodide. Ointment over enlarged thyroid, and chronically inflamed glands Sulphides, 2 Valerian