Is the Blues treatable via homeopathy? Let’s repertorize the problem and find out!
A Case of the Blues
Taken by Jerry M. Kantor, Lic. Ac., CCH, RSHom (NA)
Blamed but he don’t care.
Certain, ain’t gonna be no one’s dog.
Has got ramblin’ on his mind.
Tired of livin’ but scared of diein’.
Delusion: She can make a dress out of a feedbag, and make a man out of you.
Delusion: Is a poor boy, ‘long way from home.
Delusion: Is getting’ ready for the Cypress Grove.
Delusion: Cannot seem to find his walkin’ shoes.
Delusion: Is a candy man (Merc. Sol).
Delusion: That the Devil made him do it.
Another mule is kickin’ in his stall.
His wife got a fistful of gimme and a mouth full of much obliged.
FOOD AND DRINK
Everything tastes like the Blues, especially, Blues was in his breakfast and in his bread.
Craves a pig foot and a bottle of beer.
Filled with a notion that he should throw himself in the river and drown.
Hollers, (Concomitants: jumps and shouts).
Cannot show it in town.
Better from: a spoonful of whiskey; light from the Midnight Special shining down on him.
Worse from: working for the man.
Knee bones shakin’.
Worse from: being low down and dirty.
Every now and then a cold chill comes over him.
Most of the time has got his mojo workin’. Hoochie Coochie. Full grown man.
Meanest woman in town.
Tendency to be buckshot when he stands still, but cut when he runs.
Some of these Alabama women, they all appear to look like section men.
A black snake moan. That his wife done left him, and his girlfriend, too. A lonesome train whistle blows.
Remedy Possibilities: Lachesis, Lycopodeum, Sulphur, Lac Caninum, Mercurius, Kali Brom, Psorinum. But we must accept a real possibility that there just ain’t no cure.