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

Quicksilver, Mercurius, Mercury, Merc Viv, Merc. viv, Merc.

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HPUS indication of Mercurius Vivus: Sore throat

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

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Mind easily agitated,

Occasionally his mind seemed to wander,

Frightful images at night,

Hallucinations day and night,

Hallucination of mind, especially at night, with desire to escape,


Delirium, like delirium tremens,

Nightly delirium,

Muttering delirium,

Constant weeping (elder),



Spirits depressed,


Attacks of frightful anxiety,

Great excitability; easily frightened,

Great irritability,

Very irritable disposition,

When in the state of tremor, his temper became more irritable, and anger, in turn, so increased the trembling, that he was obliged to sit down to save himself from falling,


Ill-humored; the patient was very fretful and peevish; easily excited,

Ill-humor and great irritability,

Fretful mood,

Very fretful mood,


Slow in answering questions (after thirsty-six years),

Thoughts wandering, and impulses whimsical (elder),

Intellect affected; when asked to explain any statement, he becomes confused,

Weakness of intellect and memory,

Intellect very weak; shows every mark of imbecility; smiles foolishly; screams constantly without apparent cause; can speak only a few disconnected words; does not seem to understand the simplest questions, yet appears to know her sister with whom she plays, and repeats a few syllables of what the latter has said to her (younger),

Loss of intellect and memory; a sort of idiocy, which in a few years becomes permanent,

Loss of memory,

Complete loss of memory,

Memory slightly affected; forgot the names of persons and places, and was frequently at a loss in endeavoring to recollect the persons to whom he had lent his tools,

Memory weak,

Weakness of memory and loss of will power,

Increasing weakness of memory,

Very poor memory (after thirty-eight years),

Memory very much impaired,

Forgetfulness, with impaired intellect,

Very forgetful,

Loss of consciousness,


Constant disposition to lie down; inclined to sopor, coma,

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