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Mercurius Corrosivus - Mental (inc. personality) symptoms - T.F. Allen

Corrosive Sublimate, Merc. Cor, Mercurius Corrosivus Corrosivus, Mercurius Sublimatus Corrosivus, Merc cor Merc-c.


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HPUS indication of Mercurius Corrosivus: Sore throat
Common symptoms: Sore throat, Inflammation, Swelling, Warts.

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


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MIND

Mind

Emotional.

Brain evidently much affected,

Delirium, ; (fifth night),

Delirium; was obliged to be forcibly confined to his bed (fourth day),

Completely delirious (after forty minutes),

Rather low-spirited,

Greatly depressed (sixth day),

Her groaning alarmed the family (after half an hour),

Anxiety, ; (after second day),

Increased anxiety, during the night,

Great anxiety; she dared not stir, as the pain and vomiting were renewed by the least pressure on the stomach (after two hours and a half),

Ill-humor, in the afternoon (thirteenth day),

Frequent ill-humor, so that nothing will please him; alternating with joyfulness,

Very ill-humored all day (third day),

Intellectual.

Dulness of intellect, though rational when fairly awake (fifth day),

When he spoke his thoughts were disconnected, indeed, he could not clearly describe his sensations; he spoke of three kinds of headache, remarked upon their disassociation, tried to correct himself, until he was obliged to stop from weariness (second day),

Stupid, pale, with dry unsteady eyes,

Weakness of the intellect; he looks at us with wide-open eyes, and does not understand us (after two hours),

Mind so weak in the evening, that I looked sometimes at the person talking to me without really understanding him (twelfth day),

Required to be aroused to give answers to questions,

Intellect slightly affected; a little stupor (third day),

Lay in half stupor (sixth day),

Complete stupor (third day),

Stupor and delirium (which increased till death), (on sixth day),

Coma for twenty-four hours (afternoon, second day),

Head much affected, with coma (after twelve hours),

Inexpressible anxiety,

Coma (eighth day),

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