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Kali Bromatum - Mental (inc. personality) symptoms - Clarke

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

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HPUS indication of Kali Bromatum: Thirst

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

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Unconscious of what is occurring around them; cannot recognise, nor be comforted by, their friends.

Memory absolutely destroyed; anaemia; emaciation.

Loss of memory; had to be told the word before he could speak it (amnesic aphasia).

Inability to express oneself.

Writing almost unintelligible from omission of words or parts of words; words repeated or misplaced.

Mentally dull, torpid; perception slow, answers slowly.

Benumbed sensation of brain.

Fearful, apprehensive mood; imagines he cannot pass a certain point.


Fears to be alone.

Frightful imaginings at night (in pregnant women during later months), they are under impression that they have committed, or are about to commit, some great crime and cruelty, such as murdering their children or husbands.

Hallucinations of sight and sound, with or without mania, precede brain and paralytic symptoms.

Delirium, with delusions; thinks he is pursued; will be poisoned; is selected for Divine vengeance; that her child is dead, &c.

Delirium tremens, in first or irritative stage; face flushed; eyes red; delirium active; horrid illusions; hard, quick pulse.

Puerperal mania, with fulness of blood-vessels of brain.

Hands constantly busy; all sorts of fearful delusions; walks the room groaning, bemoaning his fate; full of fear; unsteady.

Fits of uncontrollable weeping and profound melancholic delusions.

Feeling of lightness and exhilaration in place of heaviness and depression.

Depressed; low-spirited; has nervous anxiety.

Profound melancholic depression, with religious delusions and feeling of moral deficiency; frequent shedding of tears, low-spirited and childish, giving way to her feelings; profound indifference and almost disgust for life (melancholia).

Profound melancholy from anaemia.

Night terrors of children (not from indigestion), with screaming in sleep, trembling, unconsciousness of what is around them; cannot recognise, nor be comforted by, their friends; sometimes followed by squinting.

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