Chininum Sulphuricum - RelationshipsSulphite Of Quinine, Chininum Sulph, Chininum Sulfuricum Sulphuricum, Chininum Sulfuricum, China Sulphuricum, China Sulfuricum
Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Chininum Sulphuricum in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
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Compare: Chin. salicyl ( Deafness, tinnitus, and Meniere’s disease.) Arsenicum Album Ars.; Eupat.; Methyl blue. Camphora Camphor mono-bromide (is said to intensify the action of Quinine and render it more permanent.) Baja, an East Indian drug, (said to be almost infallible in intermittent fever, quartan type; pulsating headache injected eyes, flushed face. Liver and spleen enlarged. Oedema. Also Pambotano, Mexican remedy for intermittent and tropical fevers.)
Compare Cinchon Sulphur sul., Apis Mel Apis. (chill 3 p.m.); Arsenicum Album Ars. (pyaemia, spinal irritation, periodically returning neuralgias); Bryonia Bry. (sweat from least exertion); Carb. an. (all discharges debilitating); Eup. perf. (sweat relieves all symptoms but headache); Nux Vomica Nux (blue lips and nails with chill); Pulsatilla Puls. (rheumatic erratic pains); Stannum Metallicum Stann. (supra-orbital neuralgia); Staphysagria Staph. (head gradually breaks into sweat while perfectly quiet). In headache from before backward (Gelsemium Sempervirens Gels., Lac. c., Sanguinaria Canadensis Sang., Silicea Sil.).
Compare with Cedron Cedron (clock-like regularity of symptoms; debility, but of nervous origin rather than from sweating); Helian. follows well to prevent return of chill.