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Mercurius Corrosivus - Skin 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.

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



Skin grew more and more livid, until it became everywhere of a dusky hue, although the breathing was perfectly free,

General yellowness of skin (second day),

General paleness of the surface (fifteenth day),

Surface of body tumefied, with a mercurial erythema spreading over it (fifth day),

Eruptions, Dry.

Eruption of many ecchymosed spots over the body and limbs, especially the lumbar region (fifteenth day),

Eruption over the whole body of pale-red, elevated, round spots, not sharply defined, disappearing on pressure, itching, looking like rubeola (after three days),

Papulous eruption (Usnea Barbata lichen), that continue to worse, so that the baths had to be stopped,

Piercing cries followed, and in twenty minutes a brown scar was found on the parts that had been powdered; around was an inflammation of a bright-red color; scar black and dry in centre, and rather humid at circumference (after thirty hours),

Round the mouth, for the space of about an inch and a half, there was a rash, such as appears often after arsenical poisoning (eldest),

Eruptions, Moist.

All the parts which had been rubbed in a state of complete vesication (second day),

(Painless blisters on the arms and abdomen, in the morning, disappearing during the day),

Arm greatly swollen from shoulder to wrist; in many places it was in a state of high inflammation, and in several parts covered with numerous and extensive vesications filled with lymph, much resembling the appearance that would have been produced by a large blister (second day),

Eruptions, Pustular.

Several large pustules, of a livid hue, appeared upon the face and breast (fourth day),

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