PHASEOLUS NANUS

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REMEDY OF THE DAY: PHASEOLUS NANUS

Common name: Dwarf bean

Dr. Olds says: I wish to call attention to PHASEOLUS NANUS, the common bean. I have used in good many cases of punctured wounds, not only in men but in beasts, particularly in horses. It is generally accepted among those who have horses that if they have a punctured wound in the foot of the horse, it means death. I have never seen a case that has not been cured by the use of PHASEOLUS.

Head.–Aches chiefly in forehead or orbits from fullness of brain; worse any movement or mental exertion.

Eyes.–Pupils dilated, insensible to light. Eyeballs painful to touch.

Chest.–Breathing slow and sighing. Pulse rapid. Palpitation. Sick feeling about heart, with weak pulse. Right ribs sore. Dropsical effusion into pleura or pericardium.

Urinary.–Diabetic urine.

Heart.–Fearful palpitation and feeling that death is approaching.

Kartik

 

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