There are fewer "usual suspects" than you might expect and an abundance of surprising figures: Mary Surratt, rushed to a dubious execution for conspiracy to assassinate Abraham Lincoln; novelist Walker Percy by historian Shelby Foote; Maria Shriver on Tim Russert; and Sister Mary Ignatia
, the "angel of Alcoholics Anonymous" by AA cofounder "Bill W?.' We hear Msgr.
: Use for headache as if a nail were driven through the side of the head.
The planning and renovation of the Ignatia
intake unit at Hazelden Foundation in Minnesota illustrates how an architect can translate a strategic plan into built reality.
) for nervous atony, where the patient is cold and especially when coldness of the extremities is a distressing feature of the menopause.
(59.) See, for example, the description of one of these analytical sessions in the letter from Sister Ignatia
Dourney to Boulanger, April 1, 1971, NLa 105 (404-6), BN; see also Boulanger's nostalgic recounting of one such occasion in the letter to Vera Stravinsky, September 14, 1950, Stravinsky Sammlung, PSS.
Wendy prescribed her Ignatia
which is good for weepiness, bereavement, hysteria and loss of appetite.
A I WOULD recommend ignatia
. Take a dose of 30c twice a week for four weeks.
Gavin, who pioneered the concept of medical treatment for addiction when alcoholism was thought to result from irreversible moral failure.
Some homeopathic remedies are coffee cruda (unroasted coffee) for nervous excitement, ignatia
for those unable to sleep deeply, arsenicum album for a person suffering from anxiety and restlessness, and nux vomica to keep nightmares at bay and to promote quiet sleep.