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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Causticum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Complementary: Carboneum Oxygenisatum Carbo; Petrosel.
Antidote: Paralysis from lead-poisoning.
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Compare: Terebinthina Terebinth.; Benzoic Acid. Benz.-ac.; Ammonia salts, Causticum Caust. In albuminuria compare: Kalmia Latifolia Kalmia; Helonias Dioica Helon; Mercurius Corrosivus Merc. Cor.; Berberis Vulgaris Berb.; Cantharis Canth.
Carboneum Sulphuratum > compare
Compare: Potass. Xanthate - (Similar in action. Acts on cortical substance; loss of memory, marked blood degeneration; impotence and senility. Tuberculin; Radium; Carboneum Oxygenisatum Carbo; Sulphur Sulph.; Causticum Caust.; Salicylicum Acidum Salicyl-ac.; China Cinch. In eye symptoms compare: Benzin. dinitric. Thyroidin (progressive diminution of sight with central Scotoma).
Euphrasia Officinalis > compare
Compare: Hydrophyllum-Burr-flower-(catarrhal inflammation of eyes; hot lachrymation with itching, swollen lids, dull headache; also for effects of Poison-Oak); Allium Cepa Cepa; Arsenicum Album Ars.; Gelsemium Sempervirens Gels.; Causticum Kali-hyd.; Sabadilla Sabadilla.
Graphites > complementary
Complementary: Argentum Nitricum Argent. Nit ( follows well in gastric derangements); Causticum Caustic.; Hep Sulph Calc Hep.; Lycopodium Lycop.; Arsenicum Album Ars.; Tuberculinum Tuberc.
Compare: Causticum Caustic.
Kali Bichromicum > compare
Compare: Antimonium Tartaricum Tart. Emet.; Bromium Brom.; Hep Sulph Calc Hepar; Indium Metallicum Ind.; Calc Carb Calc.;’ Antimonium Crudum Ant. Cr. In the production of false membranes compare: BROM.; Ammon. Causticum Caust.; Sulphuricum Acidum Sulph-ac.; Ipecacuanha Ipecac.
Natrum Carbonicum > compare
Compare: Sodii bicarbonas (in vomiting of pregnancy with acetonuria, 30 grains in water spread over twenty-four hours); Nat-sulph.; Causticum Caust.; Nat. cacodyl ( Foul breath and mouth with bad odor. Dry dermatitis of the skin of abdomen. Malignant growths ( In phthisis, 5 centigrams hypodermically, daily. Increase number of red blood corpuscles to double. Also in Malignant disease). arsenal - (Disodium methyl arsenate). Introduced by M.A. Gautier, for phthisis in the second stage 4 to 6 centigrammes Per day for one week followed by a week’s intermission. But much smaller doses, i.e., 1x to 3X are followed by improvement, lessened fever, night sweat and hemoptysis ceasing.
Oleander > relationships
Compare: Conium Mac Con.; Nat Mur Nat-m.; Rhus Tox Rhus; Causticum Caust.; Lathyrus Sativus Lathyr. Oleander contains Oleandrin and also Nerein which latter is said to be closely related if not identical with Digitalin. The pulse becomes slower, more regular, more powerful. Diuresis; palpitation, oedema and dyspnoea of valvular disease, disappear.
Stannum Metallicum > compare
Compare: Causticum Caust.; Calc Carb Calc.; Silicea Sil.; Tuberculinum Tuberc.; Bacil.; Helonias Dioica Helon. Myrtus chekan (chronic bronchitis, cough of phthisis, emphysema, with gastric catarrhal complications and thick, yellow difficult sputum. Old persons with weakened power of expectoration.)