Author: Jan Scholten
665.51.05 Chelone glabra
English: Snakehead, Balmony, Turtlehead.
German: Glatte Chelone.
Dutch: Gladde schildpadbloem.
Source: Boericke, Clarke, Phatak.
They live constantly in fear of losing connections; and internally his connection is broken with themselves.
Food: < quinine, > sweets.
General: cancerous tumours, debility.
Fever: intermittent, bilious; dumb ague; yellow fever; << malaria.
Stomach: dyspepsia, bile, costiveness, dyspepsia, loss of appetite, cathartic.
Abdomen: liver torpor, pain sore, pain left lobe extending downward; hepatitis, tropical liver complaints, jaundice; ! worms, round thread.
Rectum: constipation, haemorrhoids.
Female: preventive of pregnancy.
Limbs: sore, as if skin were off at elbow.
Skin: inflamed tumours, sores.