Mercurius Precipitatus Albus
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Mercurius Precipitatus Albus in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
Almost in a state of collapse (after ten hours),≡ show all authors ...
Gums and teeth
Great swelling of gums (second day),
Salivation (second day),
Tongue much coated,
Tongue covered with thick greenish fur (after ten hours),≡ show all authors ...
Pulse 88, moderately full,
Breath very offensive (after ten hours),
Respiration 24,≡ show all authors ...
After half an hour began to feel pain in the epigastrium, which gradually spread over the whole abdomen,
Constant griping (first and second days),
Whole abdomen painful on pressure,
Great pain in abdomen (soon); continuing after taking any even liquid food, for more than a week,
Vomited violently (after half an hour),
Vomited much; the last matter vomited consisted of clear deeply blood-stained fluid (first day); frequent slight vomiting (second day),
Became very sick, and continued so (immediately),
Much pain at stomach,≡ show all authors ...
▲ RECTUM, ANUS, STOOL
One copious evacuation from bowels, containing mucous shreds in some quantities, and a good deal of dark blood (first day), Numerous scanty evacuations with a very large intermixture of blood. This continued until sixty hours after taking the poison. One very copious motion, consisting apparently of almost pure bile, the passage of which caused a great scalding of the anus (second day). This occurred again after the lapse of another forty-eight hours, the evacuations in the interim containing bile, and apparently scarcely any blood,≡ show all authors ...
▲ FEVER AND CHILL
Cold, clammy skin, and much congestion of the cutaneous vessels (after ten hours),
General surface of the body perspiring,≡ show all authors ...
1, Giles, poisoning of a young woman by about 1/2 a drachm, Lancet, July, 1857; 2, Greenhow, a woman, aged thirty, took a "penny-worth," Med. Times and Gaz., 1863; 3, Graham, a man, aged thirty-five, took more than 2 drachms, Brit. Med. J., April, 1869.
Ammonium cloride of Merc Viv mercury.
Formula (variable) HgCl + HgNH2 or 2NH4ClHgCl2
Preparation for use, Triturations.
Merc Viv MERCURIUS PRECIPITATUS ALBUS.
Authority.4, Pharm. Journ., 2d Ser., vol. i, 1859-60, p. 532, Harriet Moore murdered her child with 20 grains.
Immediately after some arrowroot the child was violently sick, and during the night shrieked as though in great pain. On the following morning he was found to have undergone a remarkable change, and in the language of one of the witnesses, had become quite an "old man,"≡ more ...