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Cinnabaris (Maercurius Sulphuratus Ruber) - Mental (inc. personality) symptoms - T.F. Allen

Maercurius Sulphuratus Ruber, Mercuric Sulphide, Cinnabaris, Mercurius Sulfuratus Ruber, Mercurius sulfuratus niger, Mercurius Sulfutatus Ruber, Cinnabar, Mercury sulphide, Mercurius sulphuratus ruber, Cinnb.

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Common symptoms: Rectal lesions, Tickling cough.

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

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Illusion of mind; he considers himself well,

Peculiar agreeable sensation of exhilaration, and with fulness extending from all sides of chest, particularly the thorax, towards the stomach and heart, accompanied or followed by a similar sensation in all the joints, continuing with intermissions till 8 o'clock; at 5 A.M. (second day),

Sense of elevation on walking in open air; never felt better in his life; like the effects of a cordial,

Depressed, melancholy, cynical state of mind,

Feels desirous of improving spiritually, but is rather disconsolate (second day),

Every little noise about the house troubled him, as though it were something serious (after ten minutes),


Unusual irritability, throughout the whole proving,

His friends remarked that he was very cross and sullen, in afternoon,

Mind in morbid state; disposed to fret at trifles, and not at all satisfied with himself (second day),


General feeling, as not being fit for any mental labor,

Indisposition to mental exertion,

Indisposition for mental labor (second day),

Aversion to close study,

Quite difficult to fix the mind long on any subject; cannot pay attention to lectures as well as before; this sensation is relieved by open air,

Great difficulty in collecting ideas and studying usefully,

Cannot think long, deeply, or clearly on any subject, and his mind seems to be altogether disturbed,

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