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- People who need the homoeopathic camphor are intensely cold and react in a very specific way to coldness. The body is cold and blue, the face and lips are pale or blue, the face looks hippocratic (as if the person is about to die). Even the tongue and the...
Remedies >> Remedies C
- Aethusa cynapium
- This is fool's parsley, a plant you'd better not consume. The Latin name is derived from the Arab word 'ai' what means burning, since the plant causes burning pains. The homoeopathic Aethusa mainly cures complaints with the nervous system and the digestion....
Remedies >> Remedies A
Cholera Morbus is described in multiple online sources, as addition to our editors' articles, see section below for printable documents, Cholera Morbus books and related discussion.
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- Coleridge's Choleras: Cholera Morbus, Asiatic Cholera, and
- traditional English cholera, known as “cholera morbus.” Coleridge took a .
- Medical Geography in Historical Perspective
- 90, pp. 357-9. 180.
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- Cholera morbus - Medical Definition and More from Merriam-Webster
- Definition of CHOLERA MORBUS.
- Victorian Contexts / Cholera Morbus Mortality Lists
- Cholera Morbus: considered the “true” form of Cholera, or the one most widely experienced during the Cholera epidemics in England during the 19th Century.
- cholera morbus - definition of cholera morbus by the Free Online
- mor·bus (môr b s). n. Acute gastroenteritis occurring in summer and autumn and marked by severe cramps, diarrhea, and vomiting.
- cholera morbus: Definition from Answers.com
- cholera morbus n. Acute gastroenteritis occurring in summer and autumn and marked by severe cramps, diarrhea, and vomiting.
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