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Kali Bromatum - Extremities, Limbs symptoms - T.F. Allen

Bromide Of Potash, Kali Brom, Kali-brom, Kalium Bromatum, Kalium Bromicum, Kali-br.

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


Upper extremities

Trembling of the hands during voluntary motion,

When he raises his hands, as in the act of carrying something to his mouth, they tremble as if he had delirium tremens,

Handwriting shaky and indistinct,

Hands and fingers in constant action (second day),

Almost constant twitching of the fingers, and a busy occupation of them in matters of no importance (after three days),

Lower extremities

Gait unsteady (second day),

Unsteadiness of gait, so great that he was frequently taken for a drunken man, and on one occasion was arrested by the police, confined in a cell all night and fined the next morning, notwithstanding my statement of the facts to the police superintendent,

Great unsteadiness of gait for two months, then gradually disappearing,

Irregular in his gait,

Irregular gait, the patient reeling as though intoxicated,

Impaired locomotion, which, when the dose is excessive, resembles the gait of locomotor ataxia,

Reeling gait and general appearance of intoxication,

On beginning to walk, the first steps are undecided and staggering, but the gait soon recovers firmness (after waking),


Staggering gait; walking is quite difficult,

Could not walk without staggering very much,

By degrees his gait becomes altered; he rolls and staggers like a drunken man; his limbs shake and bend under him,

Unable to walk (seventh day),

Could scarcely stand, and that only with support,

Unable to stand (fourth day),

Weakness in the lower extremities, and inability to stand erect (after three days),

Unusual weakness at the knees (after a few days),

Weakness of the extensors of the legs and feet,

Well-marked numbness throughout the body, and very decided diminution of sensibility (after three days),

Great blunting of the senses; the patient shows consciousness only when loudly called to,

Sensibility of skin diminished, so that pinching and pricking are scarcely noticed,

Tactile sensibility, the sense of temperature and of tickling appear to be imperfectly conducted, but really unimpaired,

The sensibility is so far gone that the skin can be pricked, pinched, and burned even without the patient being at all conscious of it; this insensibility, however, only sets in after the continued exhibition of enormous doses,

Reflex, general, and special sensations disappear,

General feeling of comfort and tranquillity, predisposing to sleep,

Sense of mental and physical languor or weakness (after continued doses),

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