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Prepositions - Towards

1. Towards means near a period of time.

Pattern 1: towards + noun
I always feel hungry towards dinnertime.

Typical nouns used after towards:
dawn, dinnertime, dusk, evening, lunchtime, mid-afternoon, midnight, noon

Pattern 2: towards + the + end/middle + of + the + noun
We start getting ready for school towards the end of the summer.

Typical nouns used with this pattern:
class, concert, course, day, fall, flight, game, month, party, period, season, semester, show, spring, summer, trip, vacation, week, winter, year
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    RICINUS

    Ricinus communis
    Castor oil plant, Palma Christi, castor bean.

    Key Uses:
  • Diarrhea, especially in children
  • Nausea and profuse vomiting

    Origin : Native to east Africa and grown in hot climates, especially Africa and Asia.

    Background : The seeds of this plant are highly toxic, but the oil made from them has been used medicinally for centuries in many cultures, notably for constipation.

    Preparation : The ripe seeds are steeped in alcohol, filtered, diluted, and succussed.

    Remedy Profile : The digestive system is the primary focus of this remedy. Typical symptoms treated include nausea, profuse vomiting, and diarrhea: Ricinus is useful for children who are seriously prostrated by diarrhea. Typically, there is severe dehydration and great thirst, but no desire to eat.

    Symptoms Better : None known.

    Symptoms Worse : For pressure on the abdomen.


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