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Prepositions - In Front Of

1. In front of means located before or facing something.

Pattern 1: noun + in front of + noun
There is a van in front of their house.

Pattern 2: verb + in front of + noun
The teacher usually stands in front of the class.
He was in front of me in line.

2. In front of can mean in the future.
She has a lot of problems in front of her.
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    DIGITALIS

    Digitalis purpurea
    Common foxglove, purple foxglove.

    Key Uses:
  • Heart and circulatory disorders
  • Liver problems, especially in conjunction with heart problems

    Origin : Native to western Europe, and cultivated in India, southern and central Europe, Norway, Madeira, and the Azores.

    Background : The 18th-century English doctor William Withering first established this flower’s importance as a heart remedy, and its active constituents are still used in herbal and conventional heart medicines.

    Preparation : The fresh leaves are picked before the plant blooms in its second year. The juice is expressed from the leaves, then mixed with alcohol and diluted.

    Remedy Profile : Digitalis is associated primarily with the heart. It is prescribed for people who are prone to heart and circulatory disorders. The remedy is considered particularly appropriate if symptoms
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    are accompanied by a fear of death, or a fear that moving—especially walking—may cause the heart to stop beating. There is a desire for bitter things and often visual disturbance. Heart disorders that respond well to treatment with Digitalis are typically accompanied by pains in the region of the heart, a slow pulse, faintness, and nausea. The remedy is also used for liver problems, particularly if they occur in conjunction with heart symptoms.

    Symptoms Better : For cool air; for rest; for lying on the back; for an empty stomach; for frequent urination.

    Symptoms Worse : For heat; for standing up; for exertion; for movement; for lying on the left side; for sexual excess.


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