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Muriaticum Acidum - General symptoms - Hahnemann

Muriatic Acid, Muriat. Acid, Acidum muriaticum, Acid Mur Mur-ac.


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

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GENERAL

General

ACIDUM HYDROCHLORICUM, MURIATIC ACID.

All the fellow-observers mentioned by Hahnemann, save Rummel and Nenning, cooperated with him in producing the pathogenesis of Muriatic acid contained in Vol. V. of the . The additions here are mainly Nenning's symptoms.

The colorless muriatic acid of the shops, obtained from salt by means of Sulphuricum Acidum sulphuric acid, contains a considerable quantity of this latter acid. To free it from this admixture, and to produce it quite pure for the use of the homoeopathic physician, the Sulphuricum Acidum sulphuric acid must be precipitated by adding a sufficiency of muriate of Baryta Carb baryta. The muriatic acid is then decanted from the sediment (sulphate of Baryta Carb baryta) and re-distilled.

The yellow muriatic acid, distilled over by means of the sulphate of iron, contains no Sulphuricum Acidum sulphuric acid, but it contains iron and cannot, therefore, he used for our cures, which demand pure medicinal substances.

Muriaticum Acidum acid has so far proved useful in the diseases where the symptoms were appropriate and the following ailments were also present Half-sightedness from above downward.

insensibility in the meatus auditorius internus.

throbbing in the ear. deafness.

eruption of pimples in the face.

freckles. sore throat.

eructation. and fullness.

cramps in the abdomen.

stool of too thin formation.

stoppage of the nose. pressive drawing in the upper arms and knees.

coldness of the feet. sensitiveness to damp weather.

The abbreviations of the names of my fellow-observers are ., ; ., ; ., ; ., ; . the anonymous contributor in ; ., ; ., ; .,

MURIATICUM ACIDUM.

"From drachm doses," Hahnemann says in the , of so-called oxygenated muriatic acid (). See S. 131, 422.

The reference given in the is "H. J., XVIII., III., 45, 46." No Letocha, however, and nothing about M. acid are to be found in this place.

In the workmen employed in salt manufactories, from the vapors of muriatic acid arising from the boiling ley (Hahnemann, .).

"From taking twenty drops of oxygenated muriatic acid, diluted with water" (Hahnemann, .). The citation comes from a translation, but the original, in the , Vol. LXXX., part 2, p. 425, has been compared.

Muriaticum Acidum is from Crawford's observation.

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"From distant vapors of M. acid, in several persons." (Hahnemann, .)

See note to S. 392.

"From inhaling oxygenated Muriatic acid." (Hahnemann, .)

"From inhaling oxygenated Muriatic acid." (Hahnemann, .)

From fumigations of M. acid in typhus patients.

No reference given.

From the vapors of muriatic acid, which rise from the muriate of magnesia, which decomposes when the brine is being boiled down, and which vapors are inhaledd by the workmen.

From experience on animals. -The author is speaking of the effects of local application.