Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Bromium in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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(1 to 17, from Hering's résumé, Neues Archiv, 2, 3; when the preparation used is not noted with the symptom or referred to in this list, it is understood to be the 30th); 1, Lippe, provings on himself, a young woman, and others; 2, C. Hering, provings on himself and others, including a girl and a married woman; 3, F. Hausemann, provings on himself with different potencies, from the 30th to the 3d, for several months; 4, Schmid, a; 5, Schmid, b.; 6, Schmid, c.; 7, Neidhard; 8, Heimerdinger, inaug. dis. Tübingen, 1837, took 5 and afterward 8 drops of Brom. in distilled water; 9, Höring, inaug. dis. Tübingen, 1838, took daily in the morning a teaspoonful of a solution of 6 drops in 1/2 an oz. of water, afterward increasing doses to 9 drops; 10, Loewing; 11, N. N., taken from Noak and Trinks; 12, Gosewich, provings on himself and others; 13, Fournet, from Trousseau and Pidoux, took two drops in some gum arabic water; 14, Butzke, Dissert. Berol., 1828, took daily 3 to 13 drops of a solution of 1/2 dr. of Brom. in 4 ozs. of water; 15, "Ch. W" (in Hering); 16, Franz, Berlin. Jahrb. f. Pharm., 1828, effects of the vapors (he also made numerous experiments on various animals); 17, Carwig (from Hering); 18, Lembke A. H. Z., 37, 115 et seq., provings with the 1st; 19, ibid., provings with the 3d; 20, ibid., provings with the 2d; 21, ibid., provings with the 1/20th; 22, Czerwiakovski, De Brom. (from Roth); 23, Glover, Edin. Med. Journ., 58, 120 (ibid.); 24, Dublin Press, 1850 (ibid.); 25, Duffield, case of poisoning, N. Y. Med. Record, 2, 323 (from Detroit Rev. of Med. and Pharm.); 26, Berridge, N. E. Med. Gaz., 9, 403, proving of Miss A. B., with the cm. of Fincke.
The pure elementary substance (Bromine).
Preparation, Tincture, and dilutions with distilled water.≡ more ...