Diphtheria and ulcerated sore throats, especially on left side, with much glandular swelling. Chronic suppurating buboes. Hard chancres. Old cases of syphilis in scrofulous patients. Early stages of cold, especially in children.
Third trituration. Mercuric iodide is far more active as a bactericide than the other mercurials, including the chloride.
▲ ▼ HEAD (click for more)
head; hot; top of head (vertex); 11 p.m.; ;
▲ ▼ NOSE (click for more)
Boggy mucous membrane of nose and throat; closure of Eustachian tube, opening with a pop.
Coryza and dull hearing; right side of nose hot
Hawks mucus from posterior nares
Turbinated bones swollen
▲ ▼ MOUTH (click for more)
Gums swollen; toothache; glands swollen
Scalded feeling on tongue
Tongue feels stiff at base, and pains on moving.
▲ ▼ THROAT (click for more)
Fauces dark red; swallowing painful
Stiffness of muscles of throat and neck.
Cough from elongated uvula, with sore throat
Diphtheria; submaxillary glands painfully engorged, fauces dark red; Worse on left tonsil
Disposition to hawk, with sensation of a lump in throat
Laryngeal troubles with aphonia.
Phlegm in nose and throat
Will often abort peritonsillitis if given frequently
▲ ▼ RECTUM (click for more)
rectum; haemorrhoids; chronic;
▲ ▼ GENITALS (click for more)
genitals; male; ulcers; penis; hard;
▲ ▼ SKIN (click for more)
skin; out-breaks on skin; syphilitic;
Small fissures and cracks; hard papules; Hunterian chancre; syphilitic ulcers
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Entries on a white background are from Boericke's Materia Medica. Entries on a green background are from a reversed Kent's repertory, with some alterations to modernise the language. Uses are based on traditional homeopathic practice and have not been reviewed by the FDA.