THE REMEDY OF THE DAY! HEPAR

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THE REMEDY OF THE DAY! HEPAR
HEPAR SULPHURICUM CALCAREUM
A mixture of equal parts of finely powdered oyster sheels
and quite pure flowers of sulphur is kept for ten minutes
in a white heat in a hermetically closed crucible and afterwards
stored up in a well-corked bottle. To develop its power it is
treated like other dry drugs in order to potentize it to the higher degrees.
Hepar antidotes bad effects of Mercury or other metals.
Complements Calendula in supurating abcesses.
A tissue drug of wide action
Extreme sensitiveness to draft air, sensitive to touch,
profuse perspiration, profuse secretions, supurative tendency
Nerve sensitiveness, violent-nasty speech – can kill someone
Acute throat, sensation of splinter on throat.
Irritable, sensitive, feel as if wind were blowing some part.

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