Argentum Nitricum - RelationshipsNitrate Of Silver, Arg. Nit, Argent. Nit, Argentum Nit, Argent Nit, Arg N
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Below are the strongest indications (i.e. symptoms) of Argentum Nitricum in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
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Argentum oxidum may be substituted when in chlorosis there are menorrhagia and tendency to diarrhoea. It is also applicable for metrorrhagia with uterine fibroid.
Compare: Arsenicum Album Ars.; Merc Viv Merc.; Phosphorus Phos.; Pulsatilla Pulsat.; Argent. Cyanatum N/A (angina pectoris; asthma, spasm of oesophagus); Argent- Jodat ( Throat disorders, hoarseness, gland affected.) Protargol (gonorrhoea after acute stage 2 percent. solution; syphilitic mucous patches, chancres and chancroids, 10 percent solution applied twice a day; ophthalmia neonatorum, 2 drops of 10 percent. solution).; Argent. Phosphorus Phosph ( An excellent diuretic in dropsy.); Argent. Oxyd. Chlorosis with menorrhagia and diarrhoea.).
Related Lycopodium Lyc
Argentum Metallicum Arg-m., Aurum Metallicum Aur., Baryta Carb Bar-c., Carbo., Conium Mac Con., Gel., Hell., Hep Sulph Calc Hep., Lycopodium Lyc., Merc Viv Merc., Mercurius Corrosivus Merc-c., Nat Mur Nat-m., Nitric Acid Nit-ac., Pulsatilla Pul, Thuja Thuj., Arsenicum Album ARS., Plumbum Metallicum Plb., Cuprum Metallicum Cup., Zincum Metallicum Zinc.
Complementary Nat Mur Nat-m
Boys' complaints, after tobacco.
Coffea Cruda Coffea cruda, increase nervous headache.
It has been given with success; after Bryonia Bryon., and Spigel N/A ., in dyspepsia; after Spongia Tosta Spongia, was given for a goiter, and myopia followed; after Veratr., and wind passing upwards in great inducing faintness.
The main difference between Titanium Metallicum the metal and the Nitrite, is, that the latter acts more on mucous membranes the skin, and especially on the bones and periosteum and must be beneficial to herpetic patients, and the former acts especially on the cartilages.
Nat Mur Nat-m
Antidotes Cina Cina
Antidotes to Nitric Acid Nit. ac. and Arg. nit. Pulsatilla Puls., Calc Carb Calc., Sepia Sep.; next in importance, Lycopodium Lyc., Silicea Sil., Rhus Tox Rhus, Phosphorus Phos., Sulphur Sul. It antidotes Am. Causticum caust., effects of tobacco.
According to Boenninghausen, as antidotes to Argentum Metallicum Arg. nitr N/A . and also Nitr N/A . ac., are prominent, Pulsatilla Pulsat., Calcar., Sepia Sepia, and next these three. Lycopersicum Lycop., Merc Viv Mercur., Silica Marina Silic., Rhus Tox Rhus tox, Phosphorus Phosphor, and Sulphur Sulphur.
Antidote: Nat Mur Nat-mur.
Apprehension, fear or fright. Eating ices. Intemperate habits. Mental strain and worry. Onanism and venery. Sugar. Tabacum Tobacco (boys).
Inimical Coffea Cruda Coff. c. (it increases the nervous headache). Follows well Bryonia Bry., Spigelia Anthelmia Spig. (dyspepsia); Causticum Caust. (urethral affections); Spongia Tosta Spongia (goître); Veratrum Album Verat. (flatus). Is followed well by Lycopodium Lyc. (flatus). Similar to Argentum Metallicum Arg. met. (A. met. acts on cartilages, Arg. nit. more on mucous membranes, skin, bone, and periosteum, and is suited to herpetic patients); to Aurum Metallicum Aur., Cuprum Metallicum Cup., Kali Bich K. bi.ch., Lachesis Lach., Merc Viv Merc., Mercurius Corrosivus Merc. cor., Merc Viv Merc. Iodium iod., Nat Mur Nat. m., Nitric Acid Nit. ac., Thuja Thuj. In complaints from pressure of clothes, like Calc Carb Calc., Bryonia Bry., Causticum Caust., Lycopodium Lyc., Sarsaparilla Sarsap., Stan. In congestive headaches, like Glonoin Glon. and other Nitric Acid Nit. ac. compounds. In fish-bone sensation in throat, Nitric Acid Nit. ac., Hep Sulph Calc Hep. (Hep. agg. by cold; Argentum Nitricum Arg. n. agg. in warm room). Pulsatilla Puls. is its nearest analogue. Causation.≡ more ...
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Bromium > compare
Compare: Conium Mac Conium; Spongia Tosta Spongia; Iodium Iod.; Asterias Rubens Aster.; Argentum Nitricum Arg. Nit. Avoid milk when taking Bromium. Hydrobromic acid ( Throat dry and puckering; constriction in pharynx and chest; waves of heat over face and neck; pulsating tinnitus with great nervous irritability (Houghton); vertigo, palpitation; arms heavy; seemed as if parts did not belong to him. Seems to have a specific effect on the inferior cervical ganglion, increasing the tonic action of the sympathetic, thus promoting vasoconstriction. Relieves headache, tinnitus and vertigo, especially in vasomotor stomach disturbance. Dose, 20 minims.)
Graphites > complementary
Complementary: Argentum Nitricum Argent. Nit ( follows well in gastric derangements); Causticum Caustic.; Hep Sulph Calc Hep.; Lycopersicum Lycop.; Arsenicum Album Ars.; Tuberculinum Tuberc.