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Natrum Sulfovinicum

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  GENERAL

General

It purges in relatively feeble doses.

25 grammes, or 5 drachms, are always sufficient.

10 grammes act on children, and sometimes on adults.

the number of evacuations varies according to the quantity ingested.

with a dose of 20 grammes in three glasses of water, it usually produces four or five stools.

and from five to eight in doses of 25 grammes.

the effects usually begin to manifest themselves an hour after it has been taken.

it is the mildest of saline purgatives.

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  APPENDIX

Preparation

Natrum AEthylosulfuricum, C2H5KSO4 + 2HO.

Preparation, Solutions in water.

Authority. Rabuteau, Rev. de Thérap. Méd.-Chir., 1871 (Practitioner, 7, 1872, p. 247).

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(1 to 30, from Hahnemann, R. A. M. L.) 1, Hahnemann; 2, Fr. Hahnemann; 3, Franz; 4, Michler; 5, Alberti, Jurisp. Med. 1, p. 206 (vol. 2, "effects of eating seeds," -Hughes); 6, Brera, Harles in Bemerk, b. d. Behandl. d. Hundswuth, Frft. A.M., 1809, 4 ("not accessible," -Hughes); 7, Bchner, Bresl. Samml., 1727 ("not found in volume mentioned," -Hughes); B. Busch (see No. 33, T. F. A.); 8, Commentarii de rebus in med. et sc. nat. gestis, vol. 2, p. 241 ("not found in volume mentioned," -Hughes); 9, Cph. a Costa, in Schenk, lib. 7, Obs. 139, p. 851 ("as Alberti," -Hughes); 10, D. Crger, in Misc. Nat. Cur. Dec. III, Ann. 2, Obs. 68 ("from the fruit," -Hughes); 11, Dderlin, Comm. lit. Nor., 1744, p. 15 ("from cooked plant," -Hughes); 12, Van Ems, in H. Boerhaave praelect. de morb. nerv., 1, p. 237 ("nothing about Stramonium here," -Hughes); 13, Garcias ab Horta, de Plantis, cap. 24 ("Lib. II, statement," -Hughes); 14, Gardane, Gaz. de Sant, 1773, p. 143 ("effects when given in mania," -Hughes); 15, Greding, in Ludw. Advers., 1, p. 285 ("symptoms occurring in patients taking the extract, I-XVIII maniacs and melancholics, XIX-XXXV epileptics, XXXVI-XLVI epileptic maniacs"); 16, J. C. Grimm, Eph. Nat. Cur. cent IX, Obs. 94 ("observation," -Hughes); 17, Heim, Selle's neuen Beitrgen z. Nat. u. Arzn., 2, p. 126 ("from seeds in a child," -Hughes); 18, Kaaw Boerhaave, Impet. fac. Hipp. L. B., 1745, p. 282 ("as Du Guid," -Hughes); , T. F. A. 19, Kellner, Bresl. Samml., 1729 ("as Bchner," -Hughes); 20, Kramer, Comm. lit. Nor., 1733, p. 251 ("p. 252, observation," -Hughes); 21, M., Baldinger's neuen Magaz. B. I., p. 35 ("as Heim," -Hughes); 22, J. L. Odhelius, Mem. sur l'us. du Stramonium, par. 4, 1773 ("not accessible," -Hughes); 23, Pfennig, Hufel. Journ. XIV, 1, p. 158 (vol. 19; "as Johnson," -Hughes); , T. F. A. 24, Ray, histor. plantar, tom. 1 ("from root," -Hughes); 25, Sauvages, Nosolog. 2, s. 242 ("observation," -Hughes); 26, Sauvages, Epist. ad Haller, 3 ("not accessible," -Hughes); 27, Schroer, Hufel. Journ. 11, p. 195 ("as Heim," -Hughes); 28, Unzer, Med. Handbuch, 2, s. 28 ("not accessible," -Hughes); 29, Vicat. plant, venen. de la Swisse, p. 248 ("observations of poisoning," -Hughes); 30, A. F. Wedenberg, Diss. de Stramonii usu in morbis convulsis, Ups., 1773, 4 ("statement," -Hughes), (31 to 40, quoted by Hahnemann, not taken from Hahnemann, but from the original, by me, for this work, T. F. A.); 31, Du Guid, Journ. Med., 1757 (Frank's Mag. 1), a man, aet. 68 years, ate the seeds cooked in milk; 32, Dr. Storck, Med. Museum, 1763, p. 450, effects on the author from working over the plant, and sleeping in the same room, with closed windows; 33, Benj. Rush, M.D., Trans. of Am. Phil. Soc. Philad., 1769, p. 384; a child aet. between 3 and 4 years swallowed over 100 dried seeds; 34, Dr. Abraham Swaine, Essays and Obs., Edinb., 1770, p. 272, Robert Bulmer, aet. 69 years, boiled three thorn-apples in a pint of milk, and drank the decoction; 35, Prof. Lobstein, Diss. de Veg. Venen. Alsatiae, Strasburg, 1776 (Med. Facts and Obs., Lond., 1794), two children, aet. 6 and 9 years were poisoned by the seeds; 36, James Johnson, Med. Facts and Obs., Lond., 1794, p. 78, Miss S., aet. 20 years, swallowed some seeds; 37, Thos. Fowler, Med. and Phil. Comment., 1797, p. 161, a girl, aet. 6 years, ate three-quarters of the seeds of a ripe thorn-apple; 37a, same, Grizzle Bruce, aet. 9 years, swallowed a fourth part of the seeds of a thorn-apple; 38, Dr. Alex. King, Med. and Phys. Journ., 1799, p. 278, effects of the extract in small doses; 39, same, effects in large doses; 40, Benj. De Witt, M.D., Med. Repos., 1805, p. 27, a girl, aet. 2 years, ate some seeds; 41, same, a young woman took a decoction of more than a tablespoonful of the dried seeds. (42 to 72, from Hering); 42, Kurzak; 43, Wendt; 44, Thompson, a child, aet. 2 years, ate the seeds, and died in twenty-four hours; 45, Brandt Ratzeburg, p. 180, effects of inhaling odor of fresh leaves; 46, Traill, effects of extract; 47, Duffee; 48, omitted; 49, Newbeck; 50, Wiggers; 51, Harder; 52, Murray, App. Medic. 1, 907; 53, Cammerer in Bishop, Mat. Med., p. 238; 54, Helbig, effects on a young married woman, without children; 55, Meyerstein, decoction of seed, in milk; 56, Brande; 57, Richter; 58, Mich. Doering, on use of Opium, Jena, 1620, 12, p. 77; 59, Gross, C. M. M.; 60, Ruseberg, a girl, aet. 4 years, ate the seeds; 61, N. N.; 62, Taylor; 63, omitted; 64, C. Hg., a case of poisoning; 65, Waitz gavan remedies, Datura Tatula; 66, Wm. Williamson, a case of poisoning; 67, Zumbrock, a case of poisoning; 68, Nouveau Journ. de Md.; 69, Casper; 70, Med. Gaz., 8, 605, a woman, aet. 36 years, took an infusion; 71, Amelung; 72, omitted; 73, Ernest, in Museum der Heilk., 1792 (Helbig's Heraclides, vol. 1, pr. 1, p. 61), poisoning; 74, Moses Bartram, M.D., Trans. Coll. Phys., Phil., 1793, p. 198, a child swallowed some seeds; 75, Dr. De Witt, Med. and Phys. Journ., vol. 1, 1799, p. 84, effects of the seed; 76, Dr. Samuel Brown, Med. Repos., vol. 5, 1802, p. 36, a child, aet. 2 years, ate the seeds; 77, Puihn, Mat. Ven. Reg. Veg. (Helbig's Heraclides, vol. 1, pr. 1, p. 61), poisoning of children; 78, Hamilton, Aromat. Hist., vol. 1, pr. 2, chap. 24 (Wibmer), general effects of poisoning; 79, Seiler, Horn's Archiv., vol. 27, 1815, Frank's Mag., 2, 230, a boy, aet. 5 1/2 years, ate some seeds; 80, Thos. Young, M.D., Edinb. Med. and Surg. Journ., vol. 15, 1819, p. 154, a boy ate a whole thorn-apple; 81, Benj. Granger, Edinb. Med. and Surg. Journ., vol. 16, 1820, p. 155, a girl, aet. 2 1/2 years, ate some thorn-apples, death in twenty-one hours; 82, Vady, Journ. Complement., vol. 11, p. 176, 1821 (Wibmer); 83, Williamson, New Eng. Journ. of Med., vol. 12, 1823, p. 253, T. B., aet. 27 years, took half a gill of the tincture; 84, Dr. Kunze, Rust's Mag., vol. 17, 1824 (Frank's Mag., 1), a child ate the seeds; 85, Heun, Rust's Mag., 17, 1824 (Frank's Mag., vol. 1), a woman suffering from pain in the side took Stramonium, cooked in water; 86, Rust's Mag., 16, the leaves were eaten by four persons; 87, Velsen, Rust's Mag., 18, p. 124 (Wibmer); 88, Med.-Chir. Rev., New Eng. Med. Journ., vol. 14, 1825, p. 375, a suppository containing 1/3 gr. of extract was introduced into the rectum; 89, Orfila, Med.-Chir. Zeit., 26, p. 355, 1825 (Hartlaub and Trinks, vol. 1); 90, Dr. Greuling, Rust's Mag., 18, 1825, a girl, aet. 3 years, ate the seeds; 91, Chas. D. Meigs, M.D., N. A. Med. and Surg. Journ., 1827, p. 33, a girl, aet. 2 1/2 years, ate an unknown quantity of seeds; 92, Truman Abell, Am. Med. Rec., 1828, p. 203, the author, while preparing an extract of the leaves, kept his right hand and wrist soaked in the narcotic juice; 93, Dr. Amelung, Hufeland's Journ., 1828 (Am. Journ. of Med. Sci., vol. 6, 1830, p. 235, effects of the internal administration; 94, R. E. Griffith, M.D., Am. Journ. Med. Sci., vol. 5, p. 251, Chas. Lambert, aet. 3 years, ate a few seeds; 95, James Marsh, Lancet, 1830-1, p. 560, a woman, aet. 36 years, swallowed a teacupful of the infusion; 96, Bechhaus, Hufeland's Journ., 1832 (Frank's Mag., 2, p. 870), a young woman took two cups of infusion of the seeds; 97, W., Bost. Med. and Surg. Journ., vol. 9, 1833, p. 10, Mrs. S. R. drank some herb tea, made partly of the leaves of Stramonium; 98, same, Miss E. F. drank tea made of the leaves; 99, same, Mrs. W., aet. 40 years, took for piles an injection of an infusion of the leaves; 100, Rohrer, Oest. Med. Jahr., vol. 7, 1834 (A. H. Z., 7, p. 261), two children ate the seeds and ripe capsules; first child aet. 5 years; 101, same, second case of a girl, aet. 6 years; 102, E. W. Duffin, Lond. Med. Gaz., vol. 15, 1834-5, p. 194, a girl, aet. 2 1/2 years, swallowed over 100 seeds weighing about 16 grs., death in twenty-four hours; 103, Dr. Schulze, Casper's Woch., 1834 (Frank's Mag., 1, p. 282), a man and woman took the seeds in beer, for pain in the side; 104, Dr. Barton, Lond. Med. and Surg. Journ., vol. 8, 1835, p. 704, two soldiers ate the plant; 105, same, effects of 30 grs. of the powder; 106, Asiatic Journ., 1835, quoted from Meerut Abs. (Brit. Journ. of Hom., 1873, appendix), about sixty persons ate the seeds in food about midnight; 107, Oest. Med. Jahr., 10, p. 3, 1836 (Archiv. fr Hom., 16, p. 102), a girl, aet. 20 years, ate several seeds; 108, Dr. Braun, Hencke's Zeit. fr Staat., 15, p. 177, 1836 (A. H. Z., 9, p. 303), a girl, aet. 4 years, ate some of the green fruit and seeds; 109, Chas. Hooker, M.D., Boston Med. and Surg. Journ., vol. 15, 1836, p. 60, five persons ate the plant; 110, Beverley's History of Jamaica, Lancet, 1836-7 (2), p. 819, some young soldiers ate plentifully of the herb as a salad; 111, Prof. A. Thompson, Lancet, 1836-7 (2), p. 819, a woman took a cupful of strong infusion on going to bed; 112, same, a man took a similar quantity; 113, Geo. G. Sigmond, M.D., Lancet, 1836-7 (2), p. 328, Hein gives account of two infants who swallowed some seeds; 114, same, Blancard states the case of a girl, aet. 18 years; 115, Sir Geo. Gibbs states the case of a man who smoked the leaves for asthma; 116, Dr. Jonas, Med. Zeit. Preuss, 1836 (Frank's Mag., 1, p. 133), Stramonium in milk; 117, same, four children were poisoned by the seeds; 118, same, another case; 119, Hornung, Med. Jahr., 10, 1836 (Frank's Mag., 1, p. 819), a girl, aet. 20 years, ate the seeds; 120, Hoering, Med. Corres. Wrtem., vol. 7, p. 97, 1837 (Frank's Mag., 2, 230), a woman, aet. 22 years, ate two unripe capsules; 121, Dr. Danzeger, Casper's Woch., 1839, a boy was poisoned by the seeds; 122 to 125, M. J. Moreau, Gaz. Med., No. 43 (Prov. Med. and Surg. Journ., vol. 3, 1841-2, p. 126), effects in treatment of hallucination; 122, Emanuel P., aet. 31, took 20 grs. extract night and morning; 123, Louis R. took a mixture containing 5 grs. extract; 124, effects of 2 grs. daily; 124a, same, suspended use of medicine and then took 10 grs. at once; 125, another patient took 1/2 gr. extract every half hour, symptoms of poisoning appeared after ninth dose; 126, Dr. Schrn Hygea, 13, p. 193 (Brit. Journ. of Hom., vol. 11, p. 292), a robust man, aet. 33, for facial neuralgia, was given 1/2 gr. extract, to be taken at 2, 4 and 6 P.M.; 126a, a girl, aet. 16, took 6 drops tincture, in two hours 9 drops, followed by 6 drops more in two hours; 127, same, a very sensitive woman, aet. 42 years, for facial neuralgia, took 1/4 gr. at 4 P.M., 1/8 at 6 P.M., and 1/4 gr. next morning; 128, same, a man, aet. 37 years, for facial neuralgia, took 1/4 gr. extract at 4 o'clock, and repeated the dose at 6; 129, Prov. Med. and Surg. Journ., vol. 3, 1842, p. 210, 3 grs. were taken at bedtime; 130, Dr. Reiseberg, Casper's Woch., 1842 (Frank's Mag., 1), a girl ate the seeds; 131, M. Eitner, Encyc. des Sci. Med., 1843 (Am. Journ. of Med. Sci., 1844 (1), p. 231), general effects; 132, Schlesier, Casper's Woch., 1843 (Frank's Mag., 1), a boy aet. 4 years, ate the seeds; 133, Dr. Schueller, Wien. Zeit., 1846 (Frank's Mag., 2, 533), 1st dose of 5 drops tincture, irregularly increased to 120, afterwards 200 drops; 134 to 136, John Spence, M.D., Bost. Med. and Surg. Journ., vol. 31, p. 361, three women drank 1/2 oz. steeped in water; 134, M. L., aet. 60 years, previous health feeble and delicate; 135, J. L., aet. 30 years, constitution good; 136, E. B., aet. over 80, naturally vigorous, had suffered a short time previous from bronchitis, but was nearly convalescent; 137, Robert Allan, Lancet, 1847 (2), p. 298, an Indian ate some Stramonium, and died in seven hours; 138, A. Stobo, Med. Times, vol. 16, 1847, p. 650, a boy, aet. 5 years, ate a drachm of the seeds; 139, Noeckher, Preus. Verein. Zeit., 1847 (S. J. 55), a boy, aet. 7 1/2 years, swallowed the seeds; 140, Dr. Van. Hasselt, Nederland Lancet, 1851 (Z. fr H. K., 1, 89), nine persons were poisoned; 141, H. P. Lawrence, Lancet, 1851 (1), p. 599, a man ate some seeds; 142, John Le Gay Brewster, M.D., Prov. Med. Journ., 1851, p. 699, two children, aet. 3 and 5 years, ate some seeds; 143, C. L. Mitchell, M.D., New York Journ. of Med., May, 1857, a young woman drank some Stramonium tea; 144, Dr. Kraus, Med. Corr. Blatt., 1852, vol. 22, p. 78, a boy, aet. 4 years, was poisoned by the dried extract, probably about 10 or 12 grs.; 145, Gould and Thurston, Med. Times and Gaz., 1852 (1), p. 197, four persons were poisoned by the seeds; 146, Leonard Pratt, Inaug. Thesis, at Penn. Hom. Med. Coll., 1852, took 5 drops mother tincture, at 7 A.M.; 146a, same, a dose every morning, about 1/2 hour before eating, beginning with 3 drops per dose, and gradually increasing to 20 drops; 147, Wheeling Argus (Virg. Med. and Surg. Journ., 1853, p. 225), a boy and girl, aet. about 5 years, ate the seeds, the boy died; 148, same, a child, aet. three years, was poisoned; 149, C. B. Faust, M.D., Charleston Med. Journ. and Rev., vol. 9, p. 743, a child, aet. 1 year and 8 months, ate some seeds; 150, Dr. Schnheit, Zeit. fr Nat. und Heilk., in Hungary (Prag. Monart., 2, 1854, p. 173), a boy, aet. 4 years, ate some seeds; 151, Henry C. Preston, M.D., Phil. Journ. of Hom., vol. 2, 1854, p. 608, a boy, aet. 6 years, was poisoned; 152, Bost. Med. and Surg. Journ., vol. 52, 1855, p. 85, six persons were poisoned by the powdered leaves cooked with meat instead of sage; 153, Dr. Gruenberg, Zeit. fr Verein Aust. Hom., 1, 378 (Zeit. Klin. fr Med., vol. 7, 1856), a boy, aet. 7 years, ate the seeds; 154, Dr. Watson, New York Journ. of Med., July, 1856, p. 66, a woman took an injection for piles; 155, Geo. T. Elliott, Jr., M.D., New York Journ. of Med., Nov., 1856, p. 358, a boy, aet. 4 1/2 years, ate some seeds; 156, D. Calkins, Bost. Med. and Surg. Journ., vol. 54, 1856, p. 398, a boy, aet. 4 years, ate some seeds; 157, Dr. Henry Earley, Aust. Med. Journ., 1857, vol. 2, p. 241 (Berridge's Collection, Brit. Journ. of Hom., 1873, Append.), a child, aet. 2 years, was poisoned by the seeds; 158, same, case of a girl, aet. 3 1/2 years; 159, same, cases of children from 2 to 9 years of age; 160, T. K. Chambers, M.D., Brit. Journ., 1858, p. 824, Joseph Miller, aet. 7 years, ate some seeds; 161, same, John Wilton ate the seeds; 162, same, James Wilton, aet. 7; 163, Lichtenfels, Wien. Zeit., 1858 (S. J. 100, 293), a man was poisoned by the seeds; 164, Dr. A. F. A. Greeves, Aust. Med. Journ., 1859, p. 186 (Brit. Journ. of Hom., Append., 1873), Mrs. ---, aet. 40 years, swallowed a teaspoonful of the seeds; 165, T. L. Maddin, M.D., Nashville Med. Rec. (South. Med. and Surg. Journ., 1859, p. 831), a girl, aet. 4 years, ate some seeds; 166, Dr. Bell, New York Journ. of Med., 1860, p. 341, an old negro woman drank an indefinite quantity of an infusion of the leaves; 167, John G. Johnson, M.D., Am. Med. Times, 1860, p. 22, a boy, aet. 7 years, ate some seeds; 168, Dr. Flegel, Vien. Med. Halle, 1861 (A. H. Z. M. B., 5, 27), a man, aet. 61 years, suffering from cramps in the calves took some seeds in brandy, a few drops daily; 169, Dr. Larquet, Gaz. des Hp., 1861, No. 109, a girl, aet. 4 years, ate some of the flowers and fruit; 170, A. G. Emory, M.D., Med. and Surg. Journ., 1861, p. 45, a boy, aet. 5 years, ate some seeds; 171, Geo. T. Elliot, M.D., Am. Med. Times, vol. 2, 1861, 128, Mrs. ---, aet. 22, injected into her rectum 1/4 pint of infusion made from 4 ozs. leaves; 172, C. E. Buckingham, Bost. Med. and Surg. Journ., vol. 65, p. 261, a boy, aet. 6 years, ate a large quantity of the unripe seeds; 173, J. H. Harriss, ibid., p. 311, a woman and two children ate the plant; 174, Dr. Liegey, Journ., de Chim. Med. and Pharm. (Dublin Med. Press, 1862 (2), p. 374), a child, aet. 2 years and 4 months, ate the seeds and died in twelve to fourteen hours; 175, same, another child ate the seeds; 176, Bernhard, Preuss. Med. Zeit., 1862 (A. H. Z. M. B., 6, 31), a boy, aet. 7 years, ate the seeds; 177, Chas. C. Lee, M.D., Am. Journ. of Med. Sci., 1862 (1), p. 54, a child drank some whiskey containing the seeds; 178, same, a man, aet. 31 years, drank a cupful, and a woman, aet. 58 years, drank about a gill of same; 179, same, a woman, aet. 34 years, drank only one or two mouthfuls of same; 180, Mad. Quart. Journ. of Med. Sci., vol. 5, p. 320 (Brit. Journ. of Hom., Append., 1873), a woman had taken some leaves of Datura (? Stramonium); 181, a man took an infusion of Datura leaves for dysentery; 182, Dr. Shortt, ibid., vol. 6, p. 286, a man, aet. 41 years, took the leaves; 183, same, a girl, aet. 14, ate one-third of the seeds of one of the apples, recovery after use of stomach-pump; 184, same, a girl, aet. 18 years, ate Stramonium early in the morning, death at 10 A.M.; 185, same, a woman took Stramonium; 186, Albert Corvisart, Journ. de Md., vol. 23 (Hempel's Mat. Med. vol. 1, p. 770), three children were poisoned; 187, Wm. H. Cuthbert, M.D., North Am. Journ. of Hom., vol. 13, p. 68, Emma Meyers, aet. 18 months, was poisoned by the seeds; 188, Dr. C. Hering, a fragmentary proving by Dr. J. R. Coxe, Jr., aet. 57, Am. Hom. Rev., vol. 4, p. 559, took 10 drops 1st dec. dil. at 8 A.M., 2 and 10 P.M. (first, second, and third days), and at 8 A.M., 2 and 11 P.M. (fourth day); 189, Charles Chauncey Coxe, aet. 11 years, took 12 drops of 3d dec. dil. at 2 and 9 P.M. (first day), same at 9 A.M., 2 and 9 P.M. (second and third days); 190, omitted; 191, Dr. Carroll Dunham, ibid., a man, aet. about 44, whose health had suffered greatly in consequence of bilious remittent fever and heroic doses of calomel, applied the bruised green leaves to large irritable ulcers on both legs; 192, Dr. Bengel, Med. Corr. Blatt., 1864, vol. 34, p. 79, a boy, aet. 2 years, ate some pieces of the seeds; 193, A. P. Turner, M.D., Am. Journ. of Med. Sci., April, 1864, p. 551, two boys, aet. 8 and 10, ate some seeds; 194, Alfred S. Taylor, M.D., Guy's Hosp. Rep., vol. 11, p. 293, a student swallowed about 5 or 6 grs.; 195, same, 4 milligrams of Datura applied to the eye; 196, same, seven milligrams administered by the stomach; 197, M. Kuborn, Bull. Gn. de Thr., 1866 (Brit. Med. Journ., 1866 (1), p. 522), four persons were poisoned; 198, H. Y. Evans, M.D., Am. Journ. of Med. Sci., July, 1866, p. 278, seven children were poisoned by the seeds; 199, Sauvages, Dublin Med. Journ., 1867 (2), p. 11, effects of wine drugged with the juice of the seeds; 200, Henry Robinson, Brit. Journ. of Hom., vol. 25, p. 37, a young woman took every third morning a dessertspoonful of 1/200 in 8 ozs. water; 201, C. P. Blake, M.D., St. George's Hosp. Rep., 1868, p. 159, a man, aet. 70 years, took 1 1/2 drachms of tincture for asthma; 202, J. W. Mallet, M.D., New Orleans Med. and Surg. Journ., vol. 21, 1868, p. 550, a young man died from the effects of Stramonium in his food; 203, D. McGillivray, M.D. Canada Med. Journ., vol. 4, 1868, p. 485, a boy, aet. 2 years and 3 months, ate some seeds; 204, C. D. Fairbanks, M.D., Am. Hom. Obs., 1869, p. 366, a girl, aet. 4 years, ate some seeds; 205, J. J. Hilliary, Dominion Med. Rec. (New Orleans Med. and Surg. Journ., 1869, p. 365), J. P., aet. 40 years, drank a cupful of Stramonium tea; 206, Dr. J. F. Treuman, Chicago Med. Journ. (Med. Press and Circular, 1869 (1), p. 261), a mother and two daughters ate the seeds; 207, W. F. Cheney, M.D., Pacific Med. and Surg. Journ., 1870, p. 305, a girl, aet. 5, ate the seeds; 208, Dr. Crispell, Eclectic Med. Journ., Sept., 1871 (North Am. Journ. of Hom., N. S., vol. 2, p. 293), two cases; 209, Dr. Chevers, Med. Times and Gaz., 1871 (1), p. 164; 210, E. W. Berridge, M.D., Month. Hom. Rev., vol. 15, 1871, p. 298, proving of tincture of British (allopathic) Pharmacopoeia, prepared from seeds, took 8 drops in water at 1.35 P.M., 20 at 4.30 at 6 P.M. (first day), 40 at 8.40 A.M., 50 at 10.25, 60 after 1.50 P.M. (second day); 211 to 221, same, North Am. Journ. of Hom. N. S., vol. 2, 1871, p. 62; 211, Miss ---, took 10 glob. of 43,000 (Fincke) at 5.15 P.M.; 212, Miss ---, took 10 glob., of same; 213, Miss ---, took 1 glob. of same; 214, Miss, aet. 11-12 years, suffering from chorea, took repeated doses of 30th and 200th (Lehrmann), had new symptoms while taking 200th; 215, Dr. Berridge, took 10 glob. 43,000 (Fincke), at 4.15 P.M.; 216, same, took 20 glob. 1000 (Jenichen) at 11.40 A.M.; 217, same, took 30 glob. 200 (Lehrmann) at 10 A.M.; 218, same, took 50 glob. 1000 (Fincke) at 9.45 A.M.; 219, same, took 20 glob. of 3d at 8.30, 11 A.M., noon, 12.55, 2.10, 3, 4, 5, 7, 7.55, 9 P.M. (first day), 20 glob. at 8, 9.50 A.M., 1 P.M. (second day), 30 glob. at 8, 40 at 11.40 A.M., 1/2 drachm of glob. at 7.15 P.M. (third day), 30 glob. 6th dil. at 10 A.M., 40 glob. at 1 and 7 P.M., 50 glob. at 11.30 P.M. (seventh day), 50 glob. at 7.30, 9.40, 11.5 A.M., 6.45, 7.45 P.M. (eighth day), 50 glob. at 7.20, 11.10 A.M., 100 glob. at noon, 9 P.M., 300 glob. at 11 P.M. (ninth day), 50 glob. 12th dil. at 8. 15, 10 A.M., 12.15 P.M., 70 glob. at 3.10, 100 glob. at 4.30, 8.30, and midnight (fourteenth day), 100 glob. at 8, 10 A.M. 200 glob. at noon (fifteenth day); 220, same, took several glob. 5000 (Fincke) at 10 A.M. (first day), 60 glob. 10,000 (Fincke) at 10 A.M. (fifth day), several glob. 30,000 (Fincke), (eighth day), had to take Alumina and ceased proving; 221, same, took 10 glob. cm. (Fincke) at 10 A.M.; 222 to 229, same, Month. Hom. Rev., vol. 16, p. 34; 222, same, took 100 drops tincture, prepared from the seeds, in water at 9.15 A.M.; 223, Mr. R. M. Theobald, took 10 drops of same (first day), 20 (second day), 30 at 11.30 A.M., 20 at 2 P.M. (third day), 20 before breakfast and 1.30 P.M. (fourth day), 20 to 30 drops two or three times a day (fifth and sixth days), 30 before breakfast, at noon, and bedtime (seventh day); 30 at 8 A.M. (eighth day), 40 early in the morning (ninth day); 224, same, chewed 6 or 8 seeds in the afternoon; 225, same, took 10 drops 3d cent. (first, second, and third days), 5 drops before bedtime (fourth day); 226, Mr. ---, took 5 drops tincture of Hom. Pharmacopoeia (first and second days), 10 drops (third day), 15 (fifth day), 5 ter die (seventh and eighth days), 5 (ninth day); 227, same, took 5 drops tincture ter die for four days; 228, same, took 5 drops tincture (first, second, third, fourth, fifth, ninth, eleventh, and twelfth days); 229, F. Brunning, M.D., Philad. Med. and Surg. Rep., vol. 27, 1872, p. 20, a boy died from effects of the seeds; 230, A. W. Rogers, M.D., ibid., p. 211, a child, aet. 3 years, ate the seeds; 231, F. H. Bailey, ibid., p. 283, a girl, aet. 4 years, ate the seeds; 232, Dr. Wittmann, Jahrbuch fr Kinderheilkunde, vol. 6, 1873, p. 178, a girl, aet. 6 years, ate the seeds; 233, Buckner, A. H. Z., 86, 1873, p. 18, a boy, aet. 3 years, ate the fruit; 234, Wm. H. Cook, M.D., Hahn. Month., vol. 9, 1873, p. 35, Mr. T. poured boiling water over two pods and drank when cold; 235, Dr. Berridge, North Am. Journ., New Ser., 3, 1873, p. 504, Miss ---, took 1 glob. cm. (Fincke) two or three times daily, for five days; 236, B. M. Wibble, M.D., Rich. and Louis. Med. Journ., August, 1873, p. 186, a woman drank half a glass of ale from a bottle containing a large amount of the seeds; 237, same, a man drank two-thirds a glass of same; 238, Chas. G. Polk, M.D., Phil. Med. and Surg. Rep., 1873 (1), p. 395, a boy, aet. 4 years, ate a large amount of the seeds; 239, Hesse, Schweiz. Corr. Blatt., 1873 (S. J., 160, p. 240), a girl, aet. 3 years, ate the seeds; 240, W. H. B., Am. Hom. Obs., vol. 11, 1874, p. 263, a girl, aet. 3 years, ate the seeds; 241, Dr. J. Kemberling, Ohio Med. and Surg. Rep. (Am. Journ. of Hom. Mat. Med., New Ser., 4, 1875, p. 387), poisoning, recovery on fifth day; 241a, same, another case in same family; 242, Dr. Jules de Soire, Gaz. des Hp., 1865, No. 42, a woman, aet. 50 years, took an infusion of the leaves; 243, W. G. Smith, Dublin Med. Journ., 1870 (1), p. 213, an elderly man was in the habit of smoking Stramonium with a small quantity of tobacco, for relief of asthma.

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(Nos. 1 to 32, from Hahnemann, R. A. M. L., 3) 1, Hahnemann; 2, Becher; 3, Franz; 4, Fr. Hahnemann; 5, Stapf; 6, Teuthorn; 7, Alberti, Jurisp. Med., vi, 718; 8, Alston, Lectures on Materia Medica ("2, 458, statement," -Hughes); 9, Benivenius in Schenk, viii, Obs., 174 ("observation of poisoning," -Hughes); 10, Bergius, Mat. Med., p. 872 ("statement," -Hughes); 11, Borrichius, Acta Hafn., vi, p. 145; 12, Dessenius, Composit. Medicam., lib. x, p. 422; 13, Dobolewsky in Eph. Nat. Cur. Dec., 1 ann. 2, p. 279 ("should be Dobzewsky; effects of root taken medicinally," -Hughes); 14, Ettmueller, Op., Tom. II, p. 435 ("as last," -Hughes); 15, Forestus, xviii, Obs. 44 ("as Benivenius," -Hughes); 16, Galenus, Comment. V. Aphor., 1 ("statement," -Hughes); 17, Gesner, Epist. Med., p. 69 ("effects of infusion," -Hughes); 18, Grassius, Misc. Nat. Cur., Dec. 1 ann. 4 ("p. 99, as Dobolewsky," -Hughes); 19, Greding, Miscellanies, p. 87 ("effects when administered to maniacs, melancholics, and epileptics," -Hughes), ; 20, Kalm, Nord-america, reise, III ("p. 93, of English translation, statement," -Hughes); 21, Ledelius, Misc. Nat. Cur., Dec. III, ann. I, Obs. 65 ("effects of infusion in wine," -Hughes); 22, Lentillius, Misc. Nat. Cur., Dec. III, ann. I, app. ("p. 130; as last," -Hughes); 23, Lorry, De Melanch., II. p. 312 (effects of cooked root," -Hughes); 24, Mller Hufel. Journ., xii, 1 ("p. 160-6, observation on a patient," -Hughes); 25, Muralto, Misc. Nat. Cur., Dec. 2, ann. II, p. 240 ("as Dobolewsky," -Hughes); 26, Reimann, in Bresl-samml., 1724 ("p. 537, as Ledelius," -Hughes); 27, Rdder, in Alberti, Med. leg., Obs. 15; 28, Scholzius, in Schenk, lib. viii, Obs. 178 (as Benivenius," -Hughes); 29, Smetius, Misc. Med., p. 265 ("observation," -Hughes); 30, Smyth, Med. Communications, I ("p. 207; effects of tincture given for cutaneous disease," -Hughes); 31, Vicat, Plantes vnn. de la Suisse, p. 177 ("from powder taken by mistake for pepper, in soup," -Hughes); 32, Winter, in Bresl-samml., 1724 ("p. 269, observation," -Hughes); 33, Lembke, N. Z. fr H. K., vol. vii, p. 73, took root in doses of 2, 4, and 6 grains; 34, Schelling, A. H. Z., 83, p. 19, took 1st dil. of a trituration of dried root in the evening (first day), 1 drachm 1st trit. (second day), a dose of 1st (sixth day); 34a, same, took 12th dil. in water, a teaspoonful three times a day; 34b, same, took 300th dil. (Jenichen), (first day), another dose (twelfth day); 34c, same, took a dose of 300th, followed by frequent olfaction of trituration; 34d, same, took 30th dil.; 34e, same, took 1 drop 20th; 35 to 37, Horn's Archiv, 1815 (Frank's Mag., 2), effects of the root; 35, a woman, aet. 60 years; 36, a man, aet. 60 years; 37, a man, aet. 28 years; 38, Wagner, Rust's Mag., 1823 (Frank's Mag., 1), poisoning by the roots; 39, Schuster's Med. Journ., quoted by Bernt (Christison on Poisons, p. 673), a man took twice as much as could be held on the point of a knife; 40, Barkenhausen, Casper's Med. Woch., 1836, No. 7, p. 35 (Hom. Vjs. 6, 97), a man drank some in brandy; 41, same, an elderly woman took a little of same; 42, Dr. Mavel, Gaz. des Hp., 1851 (S. J., 71, 307), effects on a family, especially on a woman aet. 70 years, of eating soup cooked in a vessel in which an infusion of Verat. alb. had been made; 43, Dr. Smith, Journ. de Chim. Md., 1857, p. 604. a man ate soup containing some of the root; 44, Pharmacologia, p. 716 (Cattel, Brit. Journ. of Hom., 11, p. 343), symptoms; 45, From the Arabic of Abbubete Rhazes (Peiper's Thesis, A. H. Z., 19, 196); 46, Dr. Waltl, Dr. Bruckner's Rep. (A. H. Z., 47, 48), made 1 ounce decoction of 2 scruples of the leaves, of which he took a dessertspoonful, and repeated the dose after an hour; 47, Dr. Blas, Verh. d. nat. Gesel, Freiburg (S. J., 109, 291), a child, aet. 3 1/2 years, drank an infusion; 48, Drs. Nivet and Giraud, Gaz. Hebdom., 1861. S. J., 112, 287, poisoning by the powdered root mixed with food; 49, second case of same; 50, Sharp's Essays on Medicine, 10th edition, a healthy young man took 1 drop of 1st dil. of tincture, night and morning, for four or five days.

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