AbelmoschusAbel Moschus, Abel Moshus, Abelmoshus Abel.
Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Abelmoschus in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
Materia medica entries of other remedies mentioning Abelmoschus
Carb-s > appendix
24 to 47, A. Delpech, Nouv. Recherches sur l'Intoxication Spéciale que détermine le Sulfure de Carbone l'Industrie du Caoutchouc Soufflé, Paris, 1863, twenty-four new cases among workers in rubber factories; 48, J. B. Tavera, Thèse de l'Intoxication par le Sulfure de Carbone, Paris, 1865, a woman worker in a rubber factory; 49, same, case of a man; 50 to 52, Gourdon, Thèse de l'Intoxication par le Sulfure de Carbone, Paris, 1867, effects on men; 53 to 55, Abel Marché, Thèse de l'Intoxication par le Sulfure de Carbone, Paris, 1876; (56 and 57, Berridge, Collection in Appendix in Brit. Journ. of Hom.); 56, Wutzer and Pellengham, Journ. de Chim. (Lancet, 1830-1 (2), 329), general effects; 57, Dr. Geo. Kennison, Med. Times and Gaz., 1868 (2), 77, effects of external application; 58, Dr. Davidson, ibid., 1878 (2), 350, W. G., aet. thirty-three years, took a quantity.
Ferr > appendix
(1 to 11, from Hahnemann). 1, Hahnemann, Mat. Med. Pura, vol. 2; 2, Fr. H-n., ibid.; 3, Gross, ibid.; 4, Rasazemsky, ibid.; 5, Harcke, in Hufel. Journ., xxv, not found (Hughes); 6, Lentin, Beitr., vol. 1, p. 75, symptoms not found (Hughes); 7, Nebel und Wepfer, Diss. de Méd. Chalyb., Heidelb., 1711, not accessible (Hughes); 8, Ritter, in Hufel. Journ., xxvi, I, effects of Pyrmont and Schwalbach waters; 9, Scherer, in Hufel. Journ., iii, D. 620, effects of Iron given in chorea; 10, Schmidt-Müller, in Horn's Archive, 9, 2, from finest powdered Iron (Hahnemann); 11, Zacchioli, in Kuhn's Magazin für Arzneim., 1, 1794, from a few grains of Iron filings (Nos. 10 and 11, not accessible, -Hughes); 12, Provings by the Amer. Provers' Union (Drs. Cox, Dubbs, Howards, Pehrson, Duffield, Miller, Negerdanke, Payne, Raue, and Mr. Koller), "with triturations and dilutions from the first dec. to thirtieth cent., and one with the 200th dil. of Jenichen;" no day-books nor details furnished; 13, Petruschky, aged 21, took 6 drs. and 2 scruples of Liq. ferri acet., within fifteen days, in doses of 4 to 24 drops, four times a day; Loeffler's provings, Bernardi and Loeffler's Zeit., 1847 (from Frank's Mag., 4, 161); 14, Loeffler, aged 31, took 1 oz. and 3 drs., in twenty-five days, in doses of 10 to 25 drops, three times a day; then 30 drops, four times a day, followed by a pause of four days, and then commencing with 1 drop, and increasing 1 drop each dose, ibid.; 15, Rast, aged 25, took 1 oz. in doses of 2 to 26 drops, four times a day, ibid.; 16, Sturm, aged 21, took 2 ozs., in twenty-five days, in doses of 5 to 30 drops, ibid.; 17, Herzer, aged 20, took 1 1/2 oz., in doses of 5 to 40 drops, ibid.; 18, Abel (omitted, not in good health); 19, Dr. Alb took 60th dil. first day, at 5 A.M. and 10 P.M.; third day, at 7.30 A.M. and 11.30 P.M.; afterwards 10 drops of 20th dil.; Z. f. Ver. Hom. Aetz. Oest., 2, 213; 20, Dr. Laa took 1 grain of 1st trit., ibid.; 21, same, a proving on a healthy woman with 1st trit.; 22, Dr. Gonzaler, chronic poisoning of a lady by different preparations of Iron prescribed for general debility, El Criterior Med., 10, 273 (L'Hahnemannisme, 2, 435); 23, Dr. Knorre, effect of 1 grain of 3d dil. of Ferr. carb., A. H. Z., 6, p. 35; 24, v. Schroff.