Cold Douche, 3

Insomnia.

Digitalis, 1. When deficient tone of vaso-motor system Dubolsine, 2 Ether, 3. In full dose Galvanisation', 2

Gelsemium, 3. In simple wakefulness Humulus, 2. A hop-pillow sometimes useful in the aged hyoscine, 2 Hyoscyamus, 2, 3, 4. Alone, or with cannabis indica, useful to combine with quinine Hypnone Ignatia. In nervous irritability

Morphine, 2, 3

Musk. In irritable and nervous cases Opium, 1, 3, 4. Most powerful hypnotic, given alone or in combination Paraldehyde, 2, 3 Phosphorus, 1. 2, 3. In the aged Potassium Bromide, 1, 2, 3, 4. In full doses, alone or with other hypnotics Removal Inland, 3 Sitz Bath, 3 Sodium Lactate, 1 Sumbul, 1. In nervous irritability and chronic alcoholism Tannate of Cannabin, 3 Tartar Emetic, 3. Along with opium when there is a tendency to congestion of brain, which opium alone would increase Urethane Warm Bath, 3

Warmth. Internally and externally Water, 2 Wet Compress Wet Pack, 1

Intercostal Neuralgia

Is very commonly connected with Leucorrhoea, q. v. ( Vide also Neuralgia.)

Intermittent Fever

Aconite, 1

Alcohol, 1

Ammonium Carbazotate. 1/2-1 gr. in pill

Ammonium Chloride, 4

Apiol 2, 4. In mild cases, 15 gr. during an hour, in divided doses four hours before the paroxysm

Arsenic, 3, 4. Exceedingly useful, especially in irregular malaria

Atropine, 1. Subcutaneously, to arrest or cut short cold stage

Berberine. In chronic cases

Bleeding, 1

Brucine

Camphor, 1. Taken before the fit to prevent it

Capsicum, 2. Along with quinine as adjuvant

Carbolic Acid, 1, 2

Chamomile, 3

Chinolin, 2

Chloral Hydrate, 1. As antipyretic when fever high; and to check vomiting or convulsions in adults and children during malarious fever

Chloroform, 1, 2, 4. To prevent or cut short cold stage

Cimicifuga. In brow ague

Cinchonidine, 2. Like Cinchonine

Cinchonine, 2. Useful and cheap

Coffee, 1

Cold Compress, 1

Cornus Florida. A substitute for quinine

Digitalis, 1

Elaterium, 1

Emetics, 3

Eucalyptus Globulus, 2, 3, 4. During convalescence

Intermittent Fever.

Ferric sulphate

Ferrous Iodide gelsemium, 4. Pushed until it produces dilated pupils or double vision

Grindelia Squarrosa. In hypertrophied spleen

Hot Bath, 4

Hydrargyrum Sublimatum, 1

Hydrastis, 2. In obstinate cases

Hydroquinone, 2

Htoscyamine, 1

Iodine Tincture. To prevent recurrence of ague

Ipecacuanha, 2, 4. Most useful as emetic

Kairin, 2

Leptandra Virginica. After disease is lessened by quinine

Morphine. Along with quinine as an adjuvant

Mustard to Soles of Feet, 1

Narcotin, 3. 2-5 gr. three times a day sometimes very useful

Nitric Acid, 2. In obstinate cases

Nitrite of Amyl, 2, 4. By inhalation to relieve or shorten cold stage

Nitrite of Sodium, 3

Nitro-glycerin,2, 3

Nux Vomica, 2

Ol. Terebinthinae, 1

Opium, 1. In full doses, to prevent chill

Pepper. Along with quinine

Phosphorus, 1

Pilocarpi, 2

Piperine, 4

Potassium Bromide, 1

Potassium Chloride, 1

Potassium Nitrate. 10 gr. in brandy and water, or dry on the tongue to prevent fit

Quassia, 3

Quinetum, 1

Quinine, 1, 3, 4. As prophylactic to abort fit and to prevent recurrence; its action is aided by purgatives, emetics, and aromatics

Quinine Bromohydrate. Like quinine, and less liable to produce cinchonism

Resorcin, 2

Saccharated Lime, 1

Salicin, 1, 2

Salicylic Acid, 1, 2, 3,4

Sodium Chloride. Tablespoonful in glass of hot water at a draught on empty stomach

Sodium Hyposulphate, 3. In mild cases

Spider Web. As pill

Stramonium, 1

Strychnine

Intertrigo.

Bismuth, 2, 3. Locally.

Camphor, 3. Added to dusting powders toallay heat and itching Carbolic Acid, 1 Carbonate of Calcium, 3,4 Fullers' Earth Glycerine of Tannin, 2,3 Lead Lotion, 1 Lime Water, 3 Soap, 3 Tannin, 1 Zinc Ointment, 2

Iritis.

Acidum Hydrocyanicum, 1

Atropine, 2, 3,4

Belladonna, 1, 3. Internally and locally

Bleeding, 1

Copaiba, 1

Duboisine, 2. Substitute for atropia

Eserine, 2 homatropine, 2

Iritis.

Iodide of Potassium, 1

Mercury, 1, 2, 3, 4. Most serviceable

Morphine, 1, 3

Opium. To lessen pain

Pilocarpin, 2

Salicylic Acid, 1

Santonin, 1

Sodium Salicylate, 1

Turpentine, 1. In rheumatic iritis

Irritability.

Alkaline Waters

Bromide of Potassium

Chloral, 3

Colchicum. With potash in large quantity of water when gouty Ignatia. In small doses Laxatives. In constipation Sitz-Bath, 3 Strychnine. In small doses

Jaundice.

Alkaline mineral waters in catarrh of duodenum or bile-ducts, 2 Aloes, 2 Ammonium Chloride, 2. In scruple doses in jaundice from mental emotion Ammonium Iodide, 2. When catarrh of bile-ducts Arsenic. In malarious cases Benzoic Acid, 1 Calomel Purgative, 4. Followed by saline, often very useful Carlsbad Salts. Very useful Carlsbad Waters, 1 Celandine Chloroform, 1 Colchicum Dulcamara Eggs, 1 Emetics, 4 Enemata, 4. Cold water, one or two litres once a day Ether, When due to gall-stones Euonymin, 1, 2, 3 Fel Bovinum, 1

Hydrastis. In cases of catarrh of ducts ipecacuanha, 1, 4 Iridin Iris, 2

Lemon Juice, 4 Magnesia, 1 Magnesium Sulphate

Manganese, 2. In malarious or catarrhal cases

Mercurials, 2, 3 Mineral Acids, 1

Nitro-hydrochloric Accid, 2, 4. Internally, and as local application over liver, or as bath in catarrhal cases

Podophyllum, 2. In catarrhal conditions very useful

Potassium Chloride, 1

Potassium Salts, 4

Potassium Sulphate. As laxative

Quinine, 1. In malarious cases

Rhubarb, 2. Jaundice in children