REMEDY OF THE DAY: CENCHRIS CONTORTRIX Common name: Copperhead Snake (ANCISTRODON). This remedy was proved by kent in the year 1924. Chief Symptoms: Swelling like bags over eyes and under brows. Nausea, better by ice; worse by water. Intolerance to tight chlothing. Early morning diarrhoea. Cough worse 3 pm with escape of urine. Thirst for small quantities of water. Marked alternation of moods. Awakes with throbbing in vulva and anus. Like the other snake poisons, it affects the system profoundly. Like arsenic, it has dyspnœa, mental and physical restlessness, thirst for small quantities of water, necessity for having clothing loose, like Laches. Marked alternation of moods; vivid dreams. Is a wonderful restorative and deep acting remedy. Increased sexual desire in both sexes. Ineffectual attempts to recline. Right ovarian region painful. Forgetful, absent-minded, alternating moods. Aching pain in left frontal eminence and left side of teeth. Swelling around eyes, aching and itching in eyes. Feels distended, fills whole chest, as if it fell down in abdomen; sharp stitches, fluttering under left scapula. Dreams horrible and vivid; lascivious. Worse, pressure; lying down; afternoon and night. Ars; Laches. Clotho Arictans--Puff Adder.--Should have a great sphere of usefulness in many conditions where excessive swelling is a leading feature (John H. Clarke, M. D). Kartik

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