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Kali Picricum - General symptoms

Kalium Picricum Kali-pic.

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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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Potassium picrate (or Picrotoxinum picro-nitrate), C6H2K(NO2)3O.

Authority.1, Wolf and Gouzee, Zeit. f. hom. Kl., 1 No. 7, constant pathogenetic effects when administered for intermittent fever.

Icterus; diarrhoea; pain in the pit of the stomach; violent eructations; colic; urine clear, brownish-red, not containing any coloring matter from the bile, but large quantities of urate of ammonia.

Jaundice, violent eructations

Potassium picrate. C6H2K(NO2)3O. Trituration (which must be made with great care, on account of the explosive nature of the salt).


Eructations. Jaundice.


Allen quotes from Wolff and Gouzee the following constant pathogenetic effects observed in patients to whom K. pi. was given for intermittent fever jaundice; diarrhoea; pain in pit of stomach; violent eructations; colic; urine clear, brownish red, not from bile pigment, but from large quantities of urate of ammonia.

K. pi. is an intensely yellow salt, and yellow substances generally act powerfully on the liver, as is the case with Picricum Acidum Picric acid itself and its other salts.