Accessory symptoms emerge when an imperfect medicine is used.
In such cases, a complete, untroublesome cure cannot be expected because when the imperfect medicine is used, some befallments will then emerge which were not to be found earlier in the disease. These are accessory symptoms of the not-completely-fitting medicine. To be sure, this will not hamper a considerable part of the malady (i.e. , the disease symptoms that are similar to the medicinal symptoms) from being expunged by this medicine, and a fair beginning of the cure arising by this means, although not without accessory ailments. With properly small medicinal doses, these accessory ailments will be moderate.