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Mercurius Precipitatus Ruber

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Homeopathic remedies are prescribed on the basis that in a tiny dilution like cures like, so while very dilute Mercurius Precipitatus Ruber may help, unprocessed Mercurius Precipitatus Ruber may be best avoided.

Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Mercurius Precipitatus Ruber in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.

  GENERAL

General

GENERAL SYMPTOMS.

General trembling (third day),

Tremors,

Convulsions,

Cramps of the internal organs,

Lying upon the bed in a state of stupor, with a weak, irregular, scarcely perceptible pulse.

pupils dilated, but sensible to light.

the surface of the body cold and clammy to the touch, and a copious discharge running from the mouth. Had vomited, and her bowels were very loose, and she complained of great pain across the abdomen. Later she complained of cramps in the lower limbs, and severe pain in the abdomen,.

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  MIND

Mind

Apprehension,

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  EYES

Eyes

Fierce, intent look (third day),

Chemosis (fifth day),

(This proving caused a marked improvement, followed by cure of blepharitis, which had lasted for many years),

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  FACE

Face

Remarkable redness of the face and eyes (third day),

Dropsical condition of face,

Cheeks and lips enormously swollen,

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  MOUTH

Mouth

General Mouth.

The inside of the mouth is coated with a substance like decayed cheese,

Ulcers on te buccal mucous membrane,

Very powerful mercurial fetor of mouth,

Burning in mouth and throat; the pains in the mouth prevent sleep (fourth day),

Much sore (second day); very sore; flakes of epithelium separated (third day),

Lips

Burning pain on the inner surface of the lip, the mucous membrane of which was much swollen and covered with mercurial ulcers,

Gums and teeth

Gums.

Inflamed gums,

The whole of the anterior portion of the mucous membrane of the cheeks, gums, and under surface of the tongue sloughed away, and four teeth were lost during the operation of syringing. As the parts healed, the jaws became completely closed, owing to the loss of substance and contraction of the cicatrices, so that all nourishment had to be drawn thought the teeth. The tongue also became reduced, and firmly adherent to the floor of the mouth and cheeks. The later adhesions were afterwards divided by incision, but all power of protruding the organ is lost,

Saliva

A remarkable itching sensation over the whole mouth, without salivation,

Saliva.

Salivation, ; (fifth day),

Slight salivation,

Profuse salivation,

Most violent salivation. Blood and saliva of the most fetid odor flowed constantly from mouth, and this state of things continued for a month, in spite of treatment,

Tongue

Tongue.

Tongue enormously swollen, and protruding for about an inch,

Two holes in the tongue,

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  THROAT

Throat

Throat inflamed (second day),

Burning sensation, like hot ashes, on swallowing the powder,

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  CHEST

Chest

Oppression of the chest,

Respiration

The larynx is inflamed and swollen even on its outside,

Offensive breath,

(Paroxysms of suffocation at night on lying down and while falling asleep; he was obliged to jump up suddenly, when it always disappeared),

Heart and pulse

(Violent palpitation that seemed as if it would burst the chest),

Small, hard pulse,

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  ABDOMEN

Abdomen

Occasional pain in left hypochondrium (third day),

The abdomen is distended and painful to contact,

Abdomen hard, retracted,

Pains over the whole abdomen,

Agonizing abdominal pains,

Griping colic,

Painful colic,

Violent colic,

Agonizing colic,

Extreme sensitiveness of the abdomen, lasting some the after the attack,

Nausea

Nausea,

Most agonizing pain in stomach, with burning heat and nausea, ; (after half an hour),

Vomiting

Nausea and Vomiting.

Vomiting, ; (after fifteen minutes), took place five times in three hours,

Vomiting, with cutting in the abdomen,

Violent vomiting,

Obstinate vomiting, ending in throwing up bloody mucus,

Blood brought up by vomiting,

Two vomitings of blackish blood (third day),

Bloody vomiting, followed by diarrhoea,

Very abundant bloody vomiting, followed by syncope,

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  RECTUM, ANUS, STOOL

Rectum

Constant urging to stool,

Constant urging to stool, which gradually became worse, and spread over the whole intestinal canal, with a constant sensation in the anus as of a glowing hot iron moving up and down,

Most excessive tenesmus, with scanty discharge of blood, with cutting-burning pains,

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  ABDOMEN

Stomach

Thirst.

Unquenchable thirst,

Pains in the stomach and in the entire abdomen,

Pain at pit of stomach (after two hours and a quarter),

Violent pains in the stomach,

Burning in the stomach,

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  RECTUM, ANUS, STOOL

Stool

Excessive diarrhoea,

Very violent diarrhoea,

Bloody diarrhoea,

Frequent purging,

Frequent stools, consisting mainly of blood, accompanied by violent cramps,

Involuntary greenish and offensive stools,

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  EXTREMITIES, LIMBS

Extremities, limbs

Involuntary spasmodic contraction of the extremities continued for some time,

Lower extremities

Painful cramps in the lower extremities,

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  FEVER AND CHILL

Fever

Skin cold, covered with perspiration,

Cold sweat,

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  APPENDIX

Authorities

1, Hahnemann, R. A. M. L., 1; 2, Bartholin, Epist. Men., 1657, from Wibmer, effects of external application; 3, Langius, op N/A . omnia., I, from Wibmer, external application; 4, Hoffmann, Med. Rat. Syst., II, from Wibmer, internal administrations; 5, Ploucquet, Comment. Med., 1787, from Wibmer, internal use; 6, Devergie, from Orfila, a young girl took a large dose; 7, Eislet, OEst. Jahrb., 1833 (Frank's Mag., 1, 771), proving on self, took, 1/6, 1/4, 1, and afterwards 2 grains, morning and evening; 7a, same, subsequently took 3 grains, night and morning, increasing by 1 grain till he took 6 grains at a dose; 8, Brown, poisoning of a girl, aged sixteen, by 30 grains, Assoc. Med. J., October 27, 1854; 9, Prince, poisoning of a woman, by 2 scruples, Lancet, Nov. 1859; 10, same, effects of over 2 drachms; 11, Vogler, Busch, and Outerport, Neu Zeit., 1845, from Roth, M. M.; 12, Schwarz, Hufel. J., 1822, from Roth; 13, Keibel, Hufel. J., 1825, from Roth; 14, Romanus, Petersh. Abhandl., 1825, from Roth.

Preparation

Hydrargyrum oxydatum rubrum.

Mercurous oxide, Hgo. Red oxide of Merc Viv mercury or red precipitate.

Preparation for use, Triturations.

Supplement

Merc Viv MERCURIUS PRECIPITATUS RUBER.

Authority.15, F. S. Smyth, Brit. Med. Journ., 1878 (2), p. 101, poisoning of a woman aet. twenty years.

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