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Chlorinum ( Chlorum ) - Appendix symptoms - T.F. Allen

Chlorinum, Chlorine Gas in Water, Chlorum, Chlor.

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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Chlorinum ( Chlorum ) in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.



1, Hering "and another man," Neues Archiv, 2, 3, p. 165; 2, Buchner, ibid.; 3, Berzelius, effect of inspiring the gas, from Hering's résumé; 4, Buchheim, general effects, from ibid.; 5, Christison, general effects of gas, ibid.; 6, Ferriar, ibid.; 7, Fourcroy, ibid.; 8, Gmelin, effects of inspired gas, ibid.; 9, Hare, effect of plunging the hand into the gas, ibid.; 10, Kastner, effect of inspiring the gas, from Hering and Wibmer; 11, (omitted); 12, Pereira, ibid.; 13, Siebers, ibid.; 14, Thenard, effect of the inspired gas, ibid.; 15, Wallace, ibid.; 16, anonymous, effect of fumes of Calcium chloride (from Archiv f. Hom., 19, 1, 69), ibid.; 17, Wallace, from Orfila Tox., effects applied to skin; 18, Cattell, symptoms (compiled), B. J. of Hom., 11, 157; 19, Dr. Tott, an apothecary, inhaled fumes, Frank's Mag., 4, 823, from All. Med. Zeit., 37, 1425; 20, Ziemssen's Handbuch d. Sp. Path. und Theridion Ther., 1, acute poisoning, effects on workmen; 21, ibid., chronic poisoning; 22, Dunham, effects of washing mouth with a solution of Chlorine, Am. Hom. Rev., 2, 18; 23, ibid., effect of inhalation of the gas, ibid.; 24, S. A. Jones, N. Y. J. of Hom., 2, 249, effects of inhaling the gas.


The element. Chlorine; (G.), Chlor-gas; (Fr.), Chlore.

Preparations, Saturated solution of the gas in ice-cold water; lower dilutions with water.



Authority.25, M. Donné, Lancet, 1834-5 (2), p. 737, a girl, aet. nineteen years, swallowed a glass of a solution of Chlorine.

Immediately seized with severe vomiting; the tongue became dry and red; she had slight fever, and the epigastrium was somewhat sensitive to touch; the saliva was strongly acid,

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