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Kali Carbonicum - Mental (inc. personality) symptoms - T.F. Allen

Carbonate Of Potassium, Kali Carb, Kali-Carb, Kali-carb, Kalium Carbonicum Kali-c.


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HPUS indication of Kali Carbonicum: Wheezing

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


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MIND

Mind

Emotional.

Delirium, day and night,

Dread of being alone,

Weeping mood; she could at any time burst into tears (after twentieth day),

Very much depressed; she was obliged to weep much, because it was constantly in her thoughts that she must die,

Great sadness; is obliged to weep without cause, in the evening,

Sad, weeping mood, after physical fatigue in the open air,

Sad, lonely; she seeks society in order to enliven herself,

Despondency (first day),

Great despondency, without anxiety,

Uneasy in mind,

Anxiety, every day,

Anxiety, breaking out into tears (first day),

He has anxious presentiments, in the evening,

Sad presentiments of the future,

At night after lying down, sad forebodings overtake him, on account of which he is unable to sleep,

Fearfulness, in the evening in bed,

Fearful and anxious about her disease,

Full of fears,

Fears that she cannot recover,

Apprehensiveness and aversion to society,

Apprehensiveness and great sadness,

Faint-hearted and despondent to an excessive degree,

Easily frightened, especially on touching the body lightly,

Very easily frightened,

She is frightened with a loud cry, by an imaginary apparition (as for example, of a bird flying to the window),

Unusually out of humor, which can be noticed in his expression even before he himself remarks it,

Very much out of humor, in the evening on falling asleep, and in the morning on waking,

Fretful without cause (fifth day),

Fretful mood, as if she could not content herself,

During dinner, fretful, peevish mood, with drawing pain in the head (thirtieth day),

He frets himself about everything, and is constantly out of humor,

Irritable mood,

Irritable, peevish mood,

Very irritable, as after a vexation,

Acutely irritable,

Peevish, angry thoughts, in the morning after waking, so that he gnashes his teeth (after fourth day),

Peevish, morose mood; every trifle, vexes and every noise is unpleasant; worse at noon and in the evening,

Becomes easily peevish,

Very peevish, has no joy in anything,

Extremely peevish mood (first eleven days),

Impatient with her children,

Easily aroused to anger,

She easily becomes very violent,

Disagreeable mood

he is obstinate and frequently does not himself know what he wishes,

she longs for things with impetuosity; is contented with nothing, is beside herself, and gets into a rage if everything does not go according to her wishes, and frequently does not herself know what she really wishes to have,

She is constantly in antagonism with herself; she does not know what she wishes, and feels extremely unhappy,

Alternating mood; at one time good and quiet, at another excited and angry at trifles; frequently hopeful, frequently despondent,

Disinclined to everything, and indifferent,

Intellectual.

Excessive hurry in thought and action,

Dread of work,

Distracted in mind; it is difficult for him to fix his attention upon a given object,

Want of presence of mind, he cannot quickly see his way in his business (after fifteen hours),

Irresolute mood,

She springs up in bed at night while sleeping, says all sorts of senseless things to her husband, and for a long time cannot collect her senses, and does not know that she was talking with him,

Sensation as if his thoughts vanished for a moment,

At times a sensation as if his thoughts and memory vanished, with whizzing in the head,

Frequently he is unable to find the required word and right expression; often makes mistakes in speaking,

Loss of consciousness for a few minutes, so violent that all his senses disappear, and he would fall down if he did not hold on to something (after eighteen days),

Loss of consciousness as if in the occiput, after speaking much, disappearing on pressing the eyes together,

Constant anxiety,

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