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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Ammonium Muriaticum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Sal ammoniac. Ammonium chloride. NH4 Cl.
Guernsey regards it as rather left-sided. It acts specially also on the forehead. It causes ulceration and ulcerative pains.
also dislocation-like pains and tension as if tendons were contracted. Both cause paralytic weakness.
both are agg. in open air. Ammonium Muriaticum Am. mur. has amel. from warm bath. Am. carb. has greater sensibility to cold and to damp weather than the muriate. Both have itching eruptions of all kinds.
drowsiness by day with indolence.
shivering in the evening. The mental state is very similar in the two. The muriate has perhaps more melancholy and disposition to tears than the other, and it has peculiar to itself "antipathy to certain persons." Ammonium Muriaticum Am. mur. has fear of darkness, like Stramonium Stram., which is not noted under Am. carb. The muriate has fulness in head.
weight in forehead. Burning in eyes in twilight or in morning with photophobia. Keratitis. Ulceration in corners of mouth. Sensation in stomach as if fasting, which nevertheless feels full.
agg. after breakfast. Intermittent pains in both hypochondria. Stitches and burning in liver region, stitches in spleen agg. sitting. Tension in either groin. Shootings in scapula and ice-cold sensation between scapulae, unrelieved by external wraps. In the fever chilliness predominates. Choudhury cured with it a case of intermittent characterised by absence of thirst in all stages. Constipation and piles with bleeding at stool. Sore, smarting haemorrhoids. Hard stool covered with mucus.
mucous secretions generally increased. Menses too early and too copious (Am. c.), with pains in loins. Vomiting, diarrhoea, and neuralgic pains in feet during period. Coryza, acrid, watery.
scalding hot. with cold feeling between shoulders. Loss of smell. Cough and asthmatic symptom agg. evening and at night and agg. in open air. Pain as from ulceration at tips of fingers. Neuralgic pains in stumps of amputated limbs (Al. cep.). Ulcerative pains in heels (ulcers from friction Allium Cepa Al. cep.). (Panaris.) Sciatic pain as if tendons were too short. agg. Sitting or walking. Tension in legs on lying. Large buttocks. Fatty tumours. Obesity. Body fat.
legs thin (Am. c., fat all over). There is amel. walking crooked, agg. on walking erect. Most symptoms are agg. at night and from two to four a.m.
Anosmia. Bronchitis. Constipation. Coryza. Cough. Diarrhoea. Eyes, inflammation of. Feet, pains in. Glands, enlarged. Haemorrhoids. Liver, affections of. Melancholia. Menstruation, disorders during. Pneumonia. Sciatica. Scurvy. Spleen, pains in. Sprains. Stumps, neuralgia in. Tonsils, swelling of. Ulcers.