The Biochemic System of Medicine; Comprising the Theory, Pathological Action, Therapeutical Application, Materia Medica, and Repertory of Schuessler's

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1896 edition. Excerpt: ... PART III. THERAPEUTICAL APPLICATION OF THE TWELVE TISSUE REMEDIES. ABSCESS. fHEN certain inorganic salts fall below the standard in quantity in the blood and blood-serum, the organic matter controlled, or used, by that particular salt becomes useless in the system; as much so as brick would be useless without the mason to build it into the wall of the building. Take, for instance, Kali mur.: The particles or molecules of this salt are the workmen, who use fibrine {an inorganic substance), know how to take it up--carry it to the different tissues of the body and place it in position, as the bird does twigs or grass to build a nest. Now, the mind should be kept upon the fact that organic matter--fibrine, oil, sugar, albumen--is always present if the patient takes food at all; while, owing to a poor digestion or imperfect assimilation, the inorganic salts, or workers in the special organic material, may be deficient. Thus, given a deficiency in the tissue-builder, potassium chloride, a certain amount of fibrine, in proportion to the deficiency of potassium chloride, becomes non-functional, therefore, a disturbing element, and must be either thrown out of the vital circulation, or cause embolus or other serious vascular trouble. When by dint of effort the system succeeds in ridding the circulatory system of this useless organic matter, useless, because of a lack of workmen to use it, another difficulty arises, in many instances caused by the attempt of this now decaying organic matter to escape through the glands and skin. If the heteroplasm accumulates in considerable quanities and rots a large section of the skin in order to escape, the condition is called--abscess. (See article on "The Pathology of Exudations.") The cure, of course,...

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