NABALUS SERPENTARIUS

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REMEDY OF THE DAY: NABALUS
Nabalus serpentarious. Prenanthes serpentaria, White lettuce,
Rattlesnake-root, Lion’s foot, Gall of earth, cancer weed, etc.
Tincture made of all fresh flower.
It is said to be antidote to the bite of the rattlesnake, and other
poisonous serpents. The milky juice of the plant, is taken internally
while the steeped in water(leaves) are to be applied to the wound,
and or decoction of the root used also for rattle snake bite and dysentery.
CRAVING FOR ACID FOOD – Key note VERY SENSIBLE TO MAGNETISM OR
MAGNETIC CONTACT AND THE PERSONAL AURA OF HIS FRIENDS OR PEOPLE.
Prenanthes serpentaria means prenatal diagnosis, and in greek signifies
drooping bloosom.
Melancholy, depression followed by unusual animation. Irritable < evening. sleepiness and constipation, but most curious symptom is the MAGNETISM and occipital pain aggravating evening. Feels a lead heavyness, as if the blood vessels were filled with lead, and whole body feels heavy. Desire for lemons, their eye lids irritated with stingining and burning around the edges, a little swollen, tearing pain worse left eye. Pain in right nostril, Hipoosmia. CONSTIPATION: with hard painful stools, only 3 times in 12 days or chronic diarrhea, yellow=greenish, worse in the morning, after eating. Abdominal and rectal pain with weight loss- Emaciac¡on. Pain acute and pressure in the right kidney- oligouria. Chilliness not relieved by heat. Dyspepsia with acid burning eructation.

Beatrizhh 9-3-11

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