“There are no ‘substitutes’ for Digitalis, for its action is characteristic and unique, and in homeopathic form it is as innocent as it is powerful. Other heart-poisons may be discovered, but they cannot take the place of Digitalis.”
Dr. John H. Clarke, Diseases of the Heart Arteries
“Crataegus is the nearest approach to a positive heart tonic that I know of. It has produced some heart symptoms and has, doubtless, a homeopathic relation, but it is not a heart-poison like Digitalis and has no cumulative action.”
Dr. John H. Clarke, Dictionary of Homeopathic Materia Medica
The last piece from the set for Magnesium muriaticum presents the leading physical pathology cured by this homeopathic remedy; namely this is the disturbance into the gastrointestinal tract and particularly into the proper functioning of the liver.
In the spotlight of this exposure is the homeopathic remedy Magnesium muriaticum. Many homeopaths from the old school consider Magnesium muriaticum as a remedy mainly for scrofulous children and hysteric women. As is pointed further on in these article series, Mag-m is much more than that.
This article is focused on the development of children and infants influenced by the homeopathic remedy Borax veneta.
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