Bizmuthum SubnitricumBismuth Subnit., Bismuthum Subnitricum Biz-s.
Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Bizmuthum Subnitricum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Hiccough, violent vomiting of brownish matter and profuse diarrhoea, the pulse was small and intermittent, the face pale and the whole body cold.
the voluntary muscles, especially those of the lower extremities, were spasmodically contracted.
the throat and pharynx were inflamed, he could not swallow, and complained of much pain in the throat, a nauseous metallic taste, and intolerable thirst (in eleven hours),.
▲ MODALITIES ETC
(After drinking water), Eructations.
(On violent motion), Vertigo.
(On rising), Head confused.
▲ VERTIGO, DIZZINESS
Vertigo (after two hours),
Vertigo on violent motion (after one hour),
Headache and vertigo (after first dose),
Headache and vertigo (after one and a half hours),
Head somewhat confused on rising,
Heat and confusion of the head (after one hour),
Pressure in the frontal region,
Slight, transient headache,
Headache, especially in the frontal region,
Slight transient pain in the forehead (after half an hour),
Pressive pain in the frontal region (after one hour),
Eyes red, sight somewhat dim,
Redness of the conjunctiva.
Roaring in the ears,
MOUTH AND THROAT.
Tongue coated white,
Offensive taste in the mouth,
The fauces and uvula were inflamed, with burning in the throat, difficult swallowing, and thirst,
RESPIRATION APPARATUS AND PULSE.
Pulse tense, spasmodic,
Pulse small, tense, and spasmodic,
Pulse accelerated, contracted,
Pulse somewhat accelerated, small and tense,
Pulse rapid, hard, small, 97,
Pulse, at midnight, 95 and spasmodic,
Rumbling in the intestines, and eructations (after one hour),
Colicky pains in the bowels,
Gripings in the abdomen, followed by two liquid bilious evacuations (second day),
Passage of much flatus, followed by a thin bilious evacuation,
Passage of much flatus from the stomach (after four hours),
Passage of odorless flatus from the stomach,
Nausea, with pressure in the stomach (after one a half hours),
Violent eructations, gripings in the bowels, and sudden slight bilious vomiting (after one and a half hours),
Nausea and slight bilious vomiting,
Vomiting and diarrhoea, with retching and burning in the throat (immediately),
Appetite completely lost,
Much thirst and no appetite,
Eructations of wind after drinking a glass of water,
Frequent empty eructations and feeling of discomfort in the stomach, soon followed by a liquid stool, but not bilious (after three hours),
Uncomfortable feeling in the stomach (after half an hour),
The pressure in the stomach changes to a burning (after one hour),
Pressure in the region of the stomach (after half an hour),
Pressure in the stomach (after one hour),
Distressing pressure and burning in the region of the stomach (after three and a half hours),
Some pressure in the region of the stomach, and empty eructations,
STOOL AND URINARY ORGANS.
▲ RECTUM, ANUS, STOOL
A liquid bilious stool (after three hours),
Two loose movements in the bowels, with gripings, at 6 P.M. (second day),
Two liquid stools, with gripings, at 4 P.M. (third day),
▲ GENITALS ETC
During the poisoning he passed no urine, and the region of the bladder was not distended,
▲ EXTREMITIES, LIMBS
Hands and feet
Cramps in the hands and feet,
▲ FEVER AND CHILL
Temperature somewhat increased,
Heat over the whole body,
Heat in the whole body (after two hours),
A feeling of heat over the whole body,
Night very restless,
1, Kerner, Heidlbg. Kl. Annal., 1829 (from Wibmer), took 2 drops for heartburn; 2, Wernek, ibid., two girls, about 18 years old, took 6 grains in the morning, fasting; 3, ibid., a boy, 6 years old, took 6 grains after supper; 4, ibid., some men took from 6 to 12 grains at a dose; 5, ibid., a man took 15 grains, and the next day 20 grains; 6, ibid., a man took 15 grains; 7, a man took 40 grains at one dose; 8, Wernek, ibid., took 20 grains immediately after a meal.
Formula, Bi2O3,N2O5,2OH2 (Magisterium bismuthi). Preparation, Triturations.
Authority.9, Dr. Kerner (Heidelberger Klin. Annal.), Lancet, 1829-30 (2), p. 349. A middle-aged man swallowed a large quantity.≡ more ...