Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Baryta Carb in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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(Crystalline muriate of baryta is finely powdered, boiled for a few minutes with 6 parts of alcohol, to remove any muriate of strontia that may be present; the remaining powder is dissolved in six parts of boiling distilled water and precipitated with weak ammonium, say a solution of sal ammoniac in water. The precipitated baryta is washed several times with distilled water and then dried.).
A few of the smallest pellets, moistened with this medicine and put into a powder of sugar of milk, from a dose which will prove efficient of good for over 40-48 days, if the medicine was selected homoeopathically suitable to the case of disease.
Baryta Carbonica antipsoric medicine may be used very advantageously in many cases, and in especially serviceable where the following ailments are among the chronic ills to be cured
Weeping mood. anxiety about domestic affairs.
shyness as to strange persons and as to social meetings.
headache close above the eyes.
the head easily catches cold.
eruption on the head. , and behind them.
tubercles behind the ears.
eruption on the lobule of the ear.
roaring and ringing before the ear.
pressure in the eyes inflammation of the eyeballs and eyelids with photophobia.
the eyelids closed by suppuration.
flying webs and black spots before the eyes.
dimness of vision, he cannot read.
the eyes are dazed by the light.
scurf under the nose. eruption on the face.
single jerks in the teeth.
burning stitches in the hollow tooth when anything warm touches it.
. constant thirst. eructation after a meal.
sour eructation. long continued nausea.
, both when fasting and after a meal.
pain of the stomach, on touching the scrobiculus cordis.
difficult knotty stool.
hard and insufficient stool.
urging to urinate and frequent micturition.
. leucorrhoea just before the menses.
coryza. troublesome dryness of the nose.
nocturnal cough. mucus on the chest with nocturnal cough.
excessive secretion of mucus in the chest.
palpitation of the heart perceptible.
stiffness of the small of the back.
. stitches in the nape of the neck.
pain in the deltoid muscle, on lifting the arm.
the arm goes to sleep, while lying on it.
going to sleep of the fingers.
drawing and tearing in the legs.
ulcers on the feet. painful lymphatic swelling on the ball of the big.
twitching and jerking of the body in daytime.
heaviness in the whole body.
asthenia. general weakness of the nerves and the body.
tendency to take cold.
WARTS. raving when asleep.
at night, twitching of the muscles of the whole body.
Baryta carbonica first appeared in the edition of 1828, where it contains 286 symptoms. The present list is made up of these.
of the results of proving the acetate reported by Adams, Gross, Hartmann, Rueckert and Stapf in Vol. III. of the . (1824).
and of a pathogenesis of the carbonate furnished by Hartlaub and Nenning to the third Vol. of Hartlaub and Trink's . The manner of these last two provings is unknown. A few symptoms are added by Rummel, who doubless proved the 30th dilution.
The symptoms marked with a dash before them were caused by acetate of baryta.
Smelling of a solution of Camphora camphor proved an alleviation of the excessive effects of baryta, and smelling of a highly potentized solution of Zincum Metallicum zinc removes the troublesome symptoms of baryta.
Observations on scrofulous children treated by baryta.
Cutting pain in the hypogastrium, at night, with urging on the rectum, with a dilating pain in the intestines and fullness above the ossa pubis, as if everything was stopped up and the abdomen would burst, when lying straight.
followed first by a hard, knotty stool, then by a liquid stool with much urging, with a remission of the pains in the belly and subsequent burning in the anus (2d d.).;.
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One grain of this baryta is first brought to the millionth powder attenuation, and then being dissolved, it is diluted and potentized to the decillionth degree (X) as taught in the for the preparation of dry antipsoric remedies in part I.