Method of Memorizing the Materia Medica by A. L. Monroe

ATROPA BELLADONNA

Last modified on August 9th, 2018

Keynote symptoms of homeopathy medicine Atropa Belladonna, described by A. L. Monroe in his book, Method of Memorizing the Materia Medica, published in 1882.

BELLADONNA)

At three P.M. and eleven at night

The pains are apt to reach their height;

Rheumatism, Gout, Congestion great

Of Head, or Chest, or Womb, with weight,

Phlegmasia Alba Dolens too,

And all Inflammations of deep scarlet hue;

Brain and Meninges with blood are filled,

E’en ending in inflammation;

Leaping from bed in Delirium wild,

Looks ’round him in consternation,

Awakes in fright, the glass to bite,

Dilated Pupils, o’er hot the head,

O’er cold the feet, can’t sleep at night,

Nerves twitching, with eruptions red,

Neuralgias and Hemorrhages by orgasms fed,

And plethoric women with menses ahead.

About the author

Andrea Leight Monroe

Dr. Andrew L. Monroe wwas born on April 4, 1856 in Louisville, Jefferson, Kentucky. His medical education was acquired in Louisville University, one course, and two courses in Hahnemann Medical College of Philadelphia, where he came to his degree in 1879. He was professor of materia medica and clinical gynecology and dean of the Southwestern Homœopathic Medical College of Louisville. He is the author of Method of memorizing the materia medica (1882).

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