Pain in the head has Elizabeth Wise

· 1 min read

Pain in the head has Elizabeth Wise
And a curious habit of closing her eyes,
But with other folks sypmtoms she’ll soon sympathise
Although she feels sad.
She explains her unsightly warts and acne and callouses,
Are not quite so painful as poor sister Alice’s,
Who’s at least twice as bad.
She’s got gout in her knees and a chronic coryza,
We must surely device a cure for the ills of unlucky Eliza

Related Articles


REMEDY OF THE DAY SELENIUM METALLICUM (the Element) Marked effects on the genito-urinary organs – elderly men. Characterized by emaciation

· 1 min read

Erigeron canadensis

Erigeron canadensis is now called Conyza canadensis. It is an annual plant native throughout most of North America and Central

· 1 min read


Peony Pæonia belongs to the great order of Ranunculaceæ, which includes the Aconites, Actæas, and Hellebores. The proving brings out

· 2 min read


Sweet-scented Violet. Violaceæ (an order most members of which contain Emetin, and under which Ipec. is sometimes placed: allied to

· 1 min read

How Well Do You Know Your Remedies

We have beleived that the only way we can learn is interactive and to make it fun. Here is a

· 1 min read


Main presentation 050615 from Kartik S

· 1 min read