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Cinchona ( China ) Officinalis - Appendix symptoms - T.F. Allen

China, Peruvian Bark, Chinchona, China Officinalis, Cinchona Officinalis Chin.

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HPUS indication of Cinchona ( China ) Officinalis: Debility

Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of China in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.

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1, Hahnemann, R. A. M. L., 3; 2, Anton, ibid.; 3, Bachr, ibid.; 4, Becher, ibid.; 5, Clauss, ibid.; 6, Franz, ibid.; 7, Gross, ibid.; 8, Harnish, ibid.; 9, Hartmann, ibid.; 10, Hartung, ibid.; 11, Herrmann, ibid.; 12, Hornburg, ibid.; 13, Langhammer, ibid.; 14, Ch. F. Lehmann, ibid.; 15, J. G. Lehmann, ibid.; 16, Meyer, ibid.; 17, Michler, ibid.; 18, Stapf, ibid.; 19, Teuthorn, ibid.; 20, Wagner, ibid.; 21, Walter, ibid.; 22, Wislicenus, ibid.; 23, to 56, revised by Dr Huges. Alpinius, in Murray's App. Med., "general statement from observation;" 24, Baglivus in Berger, q. v., "results of suppression of intermittents by China;" 25, Baker, Med. Trans, iii, 162, "effects of Cinchona rubra;" 26, Baner, Act. Med. Curare Cur., III, 0, 70, "as Baglivus;" 27, Berger, Diss. de Cinch. ab iniquis judiciis vindicata, 1711, "all S. (save S. 262) mentioned only to reject them;" 28, Bresl. Samuel, 1728, p. 1066, "as Baglivus;" 29, Cartheuser, Diss. de febr. interm. epid. Francof., 1749, "as Baglivus;" 30, Cleghorn, Diseases of Minorca, "effects of China in agues;" 31, Cruger, Misc. Natrum Carbonicum Nat. Cur., Dec. III, ann. 3, "as Baglivus;" 32, Ettmuller, diss. de usu et abusu praecip., "as Baglivus;" 33, Fischer, in Hufel. Journ., iv, 652, "as Cleghorn;" 34, Forney, Med. Ephem., 1, 2, "not obtainable;" 35, Fothergill, works, "cannot find any such symptom;" 36, Fiborg, Diss. de usu cort. Peruv., 1773, "physical effects of powder;" 37, Gesner, Samml. v. Beob, I, 244, "not obtainable;" 38, Greding, Ludw. advers., I, 90, "effects of Hyoscyamus Niger Hyoscyamus" omitted; 39, Hildebrand, Hufel. Journ., xiii, 1, 142, "as Cleghorn;" 40, Juncker et Fritze, Diss. de usu cort. Per., p. 26, "from China given in gangrene of foot, with Alkermes and syrup of Canella;" 40a, Kreysig, Diss. de febr. quart., "not obtainable;" 40b, Koker, "from China given in cold stage of ague;" 41, Lemprecht, Act. Natrum Carbonicum Nat. Cur., II, 0, 129, "as Cleghorn;" 42, May, Lond. Med. Journ., 1788, p. 273, "as Fiborg;" 43, Morton, Opera, II, "observed effects of overdosing;" 44, Murray, App. Med., "as Berger;" 45, Pelargus, Obs. I, 1, 72, "as Baglivus;" 46, Percival, Essays, vol. i, "as Fiborg;" 47, Quarin, Method. Med. febr., p. 23, "as Fiborg;" 48, Raulin, Obs. de Méd., Paris, 1754, "not obtainable;" 49, Richard, Recueil d'Obs. de méd., II, 517, "as Baglivu;" 50, Romberg, Misc. Natrum Carbonicum Nat. Cur., Dec. III, ann. 9, 10, 0, 109, "as Cleghorn;" 51, Roschin, Ann. de Heilkunde, "not obtainable;" 52, Schlegel, Hufel. Journ., vii, 4, 161, "as Cleghorn;" 53, Stahl, in various works, "as Baglivus;" 54, Sydenham, Works, I, "observed effect of China;" 55, A. Thompson, Med. Essays and Obs., iv, 11, 24, "as Baglivus;" 56, Thos. Thompson, Med. Observ., xxxvi, "as Baglivus;" 57, Waltl, proving with daily doses, increasing from 2 drachms to 1/2 ounce, A. H. Z., 20, 367; 58, Piper, effects of a clyster of 1 ounce of powdered bark, A. H. Z., 19, 202; 59, Goez, effects of a strong infusion on a sound man, Russ. Med. Zeit., 1851 (from Z. f. Hom. Kl, 1, 117) (60 to 69, Jorg's provings, critical essays, No. 2, from B. J. of Hom., 24, 222); 60, Enders took daily doses, 18 to 120 drops of tincture; 61, Hacker, same doses as last; 62, Franthman, same; 63, Meurer, 2 drachms powder twice in one day; 64, Steinback, as last; 65, Kieman, as last; 66, Guntz, as last; 67, Meurer took within twelve hours and a half 16 ounces (in four doses) of tincture, prepared in proportion of one part cortex to six parts spirits vini; 68, Sternback, 6 ounces in four doses, as last; 69, Guntz, as last; 70, Robinson's provings, "a middle-aged female, gl. 1/20th in 8 ounces water, teaspoonful each morning," B. J. of Hom., 25, 323; 71, "a middle-aged female, gtt. 10 θ, in half wine glass of water, at a single dose," ibid.; 72, "a female, pil. 1/30th, night and morning," ibid.; 73, "in a young female, gtt. 5 θ, three times a day in a tablespoonful of water;" 74, Gabalda, effects of half a spoonful of wine of bark daily, in a person after loss of blood, L'Art. Méd., 5, 278; 75, Berridge, proving on a boy, aged 14, with repeated doses of the 30th dilution, N. Am. J. of H., N. S., 3, 500.



Authority.76, John, M. Walker, Inaug. Diss., 1803, experiment on pulse.

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