Kali PicricumKalium Picricum Kali-pic.
Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Kali Picricum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Jaundice, violent eructations
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Compare: Kali salicylicum (vomiting, especially of pregnancy; arteriosclerosis, with chronic rheumatism); Kali silicum (gouty nodosities); Kali Aceticum (diabetes, diarrhoea, dropsy, alkaline urine, very much increased in quantity); Kali citricum (Bright’s disease - 1 gr. to wine-glass of water); Kali Ferrocyanatum - Prussian Blue - (physical and mental prostration following infection. Inability to sustained routine work. Neuralgic affections depending on impoverished blood and exhausted nerve centers, especially spinal. Fatty and functional heart troubles. Pulse weak, small, irregular. Uterine symptoms, like Sepia, bearing-down sensation and gastric sinking; profuse, pus-like leucorrhoea and passive hemorrhage); use 6x); Kali Oxalicum (lumbago, convulsions); Kali picro-nitricum and Kali Picricum (jaundice, violent eructations); Kali tartaricum (paraplegia); Kali Telluricum (garlicky odor of breath, salivation, swollen tongue). Also compare: Calc.; Ammon. Phos.; Lycop.; Bry.; Natrum; Stann.; SEPIA.