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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Chloralum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
1, Dr. W. Eggert, proving with 72 grains on a lady, Hahn. Month., 6, 22; 2, ibid., proving with 30 and 55 grains; 3, Dr. S. Swan, proving with repeated doses of the 200th dil., Med. Invest., 9, 547; 4, Dr. D. A. Babcock's provings, Inaug. Thesis, N. Y. Hom. Med. Collinsonia Canadensis Coll., 1874, 6th dec. trit., frequently repeated doses; 5, ibid., proving with 15 grains crude drug; 6, ibid., proving with 1/10th, repeated doses; 7, ibid., proving with 2 grains crude; 8, ibid., proving on G. A. T.; 9, ibid., proving on P. H. M.; 10, ibid., proving on Mr. B.; 11, ibid., proving on Mr. B. with 6th dil.; 12, ibid., proving on Miss R. with 15th trit.; 13, J. B. Andrews, experiments, Am. J. of Insanity, July, 1871; 14, F. E. Anstie, cases of poisoning, Practitioner, 12, 104; 15, Crichton Browne, effects on patients, Practitioner, June, 1873; 16, Dyce Brown, action on skin of 5 grains, thrice daily, in hooping-cough, Month. Hom. Rev., 15, 347; 17, ibid., effects of 10 grains, thrice daily, in a young lady; 18, E. T. Blake, effects of ordinary doses, B. J. of Hom., 1871; 19, Dr. Cairns, proving, 1 drachm (first night), 2 drachms (second night), 3 drachms (third night), Ed. Med. Jour., 1870, p. 375; 20, Dr. Curshman, effect on larynx in a patient, Practitioner, June, 1873, p. 364; 21, H. Derby, experience, with doses of 30 to 75 grains, in eye and ear infirmary, Bost. Med. and Surg. J., Dec. 1869; 22, Geo. Dabbs, effect of 20 grains, taken twice in half an hour, Med. Times and Gaz., 1870, p. 435; 23, Drasche, effects on a man with fracture of lower leg, Monograph on Chloral, 1869 (A. H. Z., M. B., 21, 15); 24, ibid., effects of half a drachm; 25, ibid., effect of 40 grains; 26, ibid., effect of 45 grains; 27, effect of 2 scruples in a student, ibid.; 28, G. S. Elliott, effect of 40-grain doses on self, taken experimentally, Lancet, 1870, p. 786; 29, G. T. Elliott, chronic effects of at least 200 grains every twenty-four hours for months, Lancet, May, 1873; 30, A. Fraser, effect on conjunctiva of 30 grains daily, Month. H. Rev., 15, 347; 31, Husband, effect on skin of 20-grain doses daily for eight days, and then 30-grain doses twice daily for 5 days, Practitioner, June, 1873; 32, Kirn, effect in patients, Practitioner, June, 1873; 33, Levinstein, poisoning by 4 drachms (Wien Med. Clin.), N. Y. J. of H., 2, 344; 34, H. J. Manning, effects on a monomaniac, Lancet, May, 1873; 35, R. J. McKay, tox. by 5 drachms in four hours, N. Y. Med. Rec., 1870, p. 284; 36, Wm. K. Murphy, chronic effects on female with affection fo bladder (20 grains at night, and finally 150 grains a day for six months), Lancet, August, 1873; 37, ibid., effects on sleepless female of 40 grains at bedtime, increasing by 20 grains to 120 grains in twelve hours for four months; 38, ibid., on sleepless female, 60 to 70 grains a day for two years; 39, ibid., on sleepless young man, taken from a bottle "by guess" for eighteen months; 40, Nicol and Mossop, observation with the ophthalmoscope on selves, after 10 grains to a drachm, Br. and F. Med.-Chir. Rev., July, 1872; 41, J. Fred. Plumley, general effects, Lancet, Feb. 1870; 42, Thos. S. Ralph, microscopic appearance of blood after small doses, Month. Mic. Journ., 6, 78; 43, J. V. Laborde, Archiv., Gén. d. Méd., Dec. 1869, effects on healthy men of progressive doses of 1 to 2 grammes daily; 44, J. Russell Reynolds, tox. from 10 grains, increased to 50 or 60, N. Am. J. of H., N. S., 5, 115; 45, O. H. Leeds, tox. from doses of 20 grains, Am. J. M. S., Jan. 1872; 46, N. R. Smith. Bost. M. and S. J., 1871 (affection of skin); 47, Dr. Snell, tox. from solution of 1 ounce, Phila. Med. Times, 5, 812; 48, J. H. Sherman, effects of half an ounce, N. E. Med. Gaz., Sept. 1874; 49, Schule, general statement of effects on patients, Practitioner, June, 1873; 50, J. K. Warren, fatal poisoning by greater part of one ounce, N. E. Med. Gaz., 6, 120; 51, effects of 9 grains, N. Y. Med. J., 16, 332; 52, effects of 7 1/2 grains on a woman, aged 68, suffering from goitre and tumultuous action of heart; 53, experiment with 2 scruples, A. Hom. Obs., 1870, p. 293; 54, effect of 7 drachms, Am. H. Obs., 1870, p. 472; 55, effect of 15 grains, N. Am. J. of Hom., N. S., 5, 115; 56, J. R. Reading, effects on a healthy man, N. Am. J., N. S., 5, 114; 57, effects, N. Am. J. Hom., N. S., 5, 114; 58, Dr. Oehme, effects of 5 grains for toothache, El. Crit. Med., 1874 (Raue, Rec., 1875).
Chloralum hydratum crystallisatum, Hydrate of Chloral. Formula, C2HCl3O+H2O.
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