HOMOPATHIC MATERIA MEDICA
by William BOERICKE, M.D.
Presented by Médi-T
Ailments accompanied by profuse desquamation. Applicable to the later stages of inflammation. Yellow, mucous and serous discharges, profuse and intermittent. Has been found of much use in oxaluria.
Head.--Rheumatic headache, beginning in evening. Bald spots. Dandruff and scaldhead.
Ears.--Eustachian deafness. Discharge of yellow matter (Hydr).
Nose.--Cold, with yellow, slimy expectoration. Nose obstructed. Smell lost (Nat mur). Engorgement of the nasal pharyngeal mucous membrane, mouth breathing, snoring, etc, remaining after removal of adenoids.
Face.--Aches in heated room. Epithelioma.
Stomach.--Tongue coated yellow and slimy. Insipid, pappy taste. Gums painful. Burning thirst, nausea, and vomiting. Load feeling. Dread of hot drinks.
Abdomen.--Colicky pains; abdomen feels cold to touch; tympanitic, tense. Yellow, slimy diarrha. Constipation, with hæmorrhoids (Sulph).
Male.--Gonorrha; discharge slimy, yellowish-green. Orchitis. Gleet.
Female.--Menses too late, scanty, with feeling of weight in abdomen. Metrorrhagia.
Respiratory.--Coarse rales. Rattling of mucus in chest (Tart em). Post-grippal cough, especially in children. Bronchial asthma, with yellow expectoration. Cough; worse in evening and in hot atmosphere. Croupy hoarseness (Hep; Spong).
Extremities.--Pain in nape, back and limbs, worse in warm room. Shifting, wandering pains.
Fever.--Rise of temperature at night. Intermittent fever, with yellow, slimy tongue.
Skin.--Psoriasis (Ars; Thyroid). Eczema; burning, itching, papular eruption. Nettle-rash. Polypi. Epithelioma. Seborrha. Favus. Ring-worm of scalp or beard with abundant scales.
Modalities.--Worse, in evening, heated room. Better, cool, open air.
Relationship.--Compare: Kali sulph chromico.--Alum of chrome-3x (Produces in the nasal passages very fine threads from the septum to external wall; affections of nasal fossæ and hay-fever. Chronic colds. Sneezing, red, watery eyes, irritation of mucous membrane). Pulsat; Kali bich; Nat m.
Dose.--Third to twelfth potency.
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