Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Carbolic Acid in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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1, T. Bacmeister, M.D., proving with the 1st dilution, from Dr. Hoyne 's Monograph, Chicago, 1869; 2, ibid., proving with the 12th dilution; 3, T. S. Hoyne, M.D., provings with the 6th and 3d dilutions, ibid.; 4, Miss G. H., proving with the 6th dilution, ibid.; 5, Mrs. T. S. H., proving with the 6th dilution, ibid.; 6, J. T. H., proving with the 6th dilution, ibid.; 7, T. C. Duncan, M.D., proving with the 12th dilution, ibid.; 8, ibid., effects of inhaling the fumes; 9, Mrs. T. C. D., effects of the fumes, ibid.; 10, Mrs. E. J. Duncan, effects of the fumes inhaled while menstruating, ibid.; 11, S. P. Hedges, M.D., provings with the 6th dilution, ibid.; 12, C. W. Boyce, M.D., effect of local application to the hand, ibid.; 13, Chas. H. Haeseler, M.D., proving with 1 to 20 drops of the crude acid (36 drops taken in three days), Hahn. M., 5, 171; 14, Mr. X. Y. Z., effects of crude drug, ibid.; 15, girl of 11, effects of 4 drops of pure acid, ibid.; 16, Chas. H. Haeseler, effects of the 3d dec. dilution, ibid.; 17, S. Lilienthal, M.D., proving with the 1st dec. dilution, and two doses of tincture, Trans. of Hom. Med. Soc., State of N. Y., 1870, p. 232; 18, Mrs. S. A. F., M.D., proving with the 1st dec. dilution, ibid.; 19, Mrs. C. L., M.D., provings with 1st cent. dilution, and one dose of the 30th dilution, ibid.; 20, Mrs. A. W., proving, ibid.; 21, E. C. Price, M.D., Am. Hom. Obs., 1871, p. 148, proving with 3d dilution, 3d dec. dilution, and 2d dec. dilution; 22, T. D. Pritchard, M.D., Trans. Hom. Med. Soc. State of N. Y., 1874, 136, effects of inhaling the vapor; 23, J. N. Mitchell, Am. J. of H. M. M., N. S., 1, 354, effects of Carbolic acid put into a tooth; 24, W. M. Williamson, M.D., Trans. Penn. Hom. Med. Soc., 1871, effects of the vapor; 25, Taylor, Guy's Hosp. Rep., 1868 (Hahn. Month., 5, 169), poisoning of a child of 1 3/4 years by two teaspoonfuls; 26, H. W. Fuller, M.D., Brit. Med. Journ. (H. M., 5, 170), effects of doses of from three minims upward; 27, Machin, El. Crit. Med. (N. Am. J. of Hom., 18, 155), effects on three women who had washed in Carbolic-acid water; 28, Dr. Oyston, B. Med. J., 1871, effects of swallowing 1 to 2 ounces of raw Carbolic acid from a flask (thinking it brandy); 29, Dr. Pinkham, Med. and S. Rep., 19 (H. M., 5, 168), general effects; 30, Pinkham, [left] c., effects of an enema containing 145 grains on a young lady; 31, Sutton, Med. Times and Gaz., April, 1868 (H. M., 5, 169), poisoning by one ounce; 32, Kline, Phil. M. and S. Rep., 1870; 33, Michelas, Wen. Med. Presse, 8, 1867 (Schmidt's Jahrb., 146, 273), effects of clyster containing 145 grains for ascarides, administered to a woman aged 22; 34, Ibid., effects on a boy of 10 years, of a clyster containing 9/10ths gramme; 35, Wallace, Br. J., 1870, effects after being applied to an abscess; 36, Ph. M. and S. Rep., 1867, a nurse, 32 years old, drank half an ounce (S. J., 151); 37, Dr. White N. Y. Med. Gaz., 1872, effects when applied to a necrosed tibia; 38, Kohler, effects of an application to scabies (S. J., 155, 275); 39, ibid., general statement of effects; 40, Welander, Hygea, 36 (1874), Am. Hom. Obs., 1874, effects of a teaspoonful of a solution containing 25 or 30 centigrammes; 41, omitted; 42, Danion, Recherches sur l'acide phénique, Rapport an der Med. Fakult, zu Strassburg, 1869 (extracted from Dr. C. G. Rothe, Die Carbolsäure in der medicin, monograph, Berlin, 1875), proving of 1 gramme, afterward 2 grammes, afterward 4 grammes, in three portions; 43, Rothe, [left] c., proving of 1 gramme in 20 parts of water; 44, Husemann, S. J., 155, p. 275, general effects of poisoning by small quantities; 45, Mosler, Br. Med. J., 1872, effects of 2 or 3 drachms; 46, Unthank, Br. Med. J., 1872, effects of the fumes; 47, Warren (New Remedies, 4, 178), effects of drinking some from a flask, mistaking it for whisky.
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