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NOSODE                         INTESTINAL BACILLUS GAERTNER 


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ORGANOTROPY              Nervous system, DIGESTIVE                                                                         
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REGION/AFFECTION      SYMPTOMS AND SENSATION                        MODALITIES 
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Digestive Organs:                DIGESTION of fat DEFICIENT 
(Paralytic, sub-ileus,             Worms Constipation. 
Oxyuria) 

INTESTINAL BACILLUS GAERTNER 
  
  
Mind and Emotion:              Sensorial hypersensitivity, in 
                                             CHILDREN with 
General:                                Physical deficiencies.  Puny   
(Hypothrepsia, Coeliac        NUTRITIONAL DISORDERS with 
disease Atonic obstipation, RETARDED DEVELOPMENT. 
Ilio-caecal tumour)               Restlessness of hands and feet. Nocturnal 
                                             fear in children.  CANCEROUS

                                             STATES OF OLD PERSONS


                                                            Acetonaemia in children 
Side affected: 

Thermo-regulation: 
Disposition to Perspiration: 
Thirst: 
Desire for:                            Oat soup, cheese, eggs, milk, pudding, sugar and sweets 
Aversion to:                         Bread, Butter, meat and Fish 
Intolerance: 
Stool evacuation: 
Urination: 
Sleep: 
Dreams: 
Sexuality: 
Menstruation:                       Strength: 
                                             Duration: 
                                             Onset: 
Leucorrhoea: 
Stool:                                    
Urine: 
Perspiration: 
  
MODALITIES 
Agg: 
Amel:                                                      

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