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Convoy : Ships :: Deputation : ?

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Homeopathy

LATRODECTUS MAC

Latrodectus mactans
Black widow spider.

Key Uses:
  • Heart problems, especially angina
  • Restlessness, especially associated with acute angina attacks

    Origin : Found throughout North America, mainly in the southern US.

    Background : The name of this highly poisonous spider comes from the female’s habit of eating the male after mating.

    Preparation : The live spider is steeped in alcohol, diluted, and succussed.

    Remedy Profile : Latrodectus mac. is best suited to people who are tense and easily fatigued. They are often chilly but prone to hot flashes, and may dream of flying.
    The remedy is typically prescribed for heart problems, particularly angina, with cramping, unbearable pain in the heart area. The pain is violent, sharp, numbing, and radiates to the arms or shoulders on both sides of the body, although it is worse on the left side. There may also be extreme restlessness that is particularly associated with an acute attack of angina.

    Symptoms Better : For sitting quietly.

    Symptoms Worse : For damp weather; before thunderstorms; for changes in the weather; for the slightest movement; for light.

  • Prepositions
    We can use take to say how much time we need to do something. Three constructions are possible.
      [person + take + time + infinitive]
      I took three hours to get home last night.
      She takes all day to wake up.
      [activity + take(+ person) + time]
      The journey took me three hours.
      Gardening takes a lot of time.
      [It + take + person + time + infinitive]
      It took me three hours to get home last night.
      It takes ages to do the shopping.
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