Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Nitric Acid in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
(Nos. 1 to 19, from Hahnemann.) 1, Hahnemann, Chron. Krank-n; 2, Bethmann; 3, Foissac; 4, Hartmann; 5, Hering; 6, Th. Mo.; 7, Rummel; 8, Stapf; 9, Andrey, vom Magnete, p. 164 (not obtainable, -Hughes); 10, Alyon, in Mem. d. [left] Soc. d'Émulation, 1, 618 (observation, -Hughes); 11, Blair (Essays on Ven. Diseases, etc., Lond., 1797, observations of patients, mostly syphilitic, -Hughes); 12, Dürr, Hufel. Journ. (xxv, 2, 31, observation, -Hughes); 13, Ferriar (Med. Hist. and Refl., ii, 299, as Blair, -Hughes); 14, Kellie (Duncan's Annals, 1797, ii, 254, observations, -Hughes); 15, Lescher, in Roemer's and Kuehn's Annal. d. Arzn., 1, ii, 1 (not obtainable, -Hughes); 16, Ritter, in Hufel. Journ. (x, 3, 191, observations, -Hughes); 17, Samml. f. prakt. Aerzte, xv, 1 (not found, -Hughes); 18, Scott, in Hufel. Journ., iv, p. 353 (Duncan's Annals, 1796, i, 375, experiments on self, -Hughes); 19, Walters, in Phys. Med. Journ., 1810 (not found, -Hughes); 20, omitted; 21, Robinson, Br. J. of Hom., 25, 235, a young "female" (woman?) took of a solution of 1 globule of the 200th dil. in 8 ounces of water, a tablespoonful every third morning; 22, same, a middle-aged "female" took of same solution night and morning; 23, same, another "female" took same; 24, same, another proving, as No. 21; 25, same, a young "female" took of a solution of 1 globule of the 1000th dil. in 8 ounces of water, a tablespoonful each morning; 26, Berridge, N. Am. J. of Hom., N. S., vol. 3, p. 101, Mrs. --- took a few drops of the dilute (officinal) acid; 27, Berridge, Am. J. Hom. M. M., 8, 128, Dr. Lillie took the 200th dil. (Lehrmann); 28, Lederer, Br. J. of Hom., 15, 249, symptoms in healthy persons; 29, Daniel D. Walters, Med. and Phys. Journ., 2, 181, 1799 (from Med. Repos., 2, p. 137), drank freely of dilute "Aqua Marina aqua fortis;" 29a, his brother drank of same; and 29a with 19; they are probably identical though these latter (from the English original) differ somewhat in phraseology. -T. F. A. 30, Dr. Levret, Am. J. Med. Sc., 1828 (Journ. des Progrès, vol. 6), a young man took about 2 ounces of the acid, after having eaten heartly of bread and cheese and drank some brandy; 31, Arnott, Lond. Med. Gaz., 1833, vol. 12, p. 219, a young man drank about a dessertspoonful; 32, Bouillard, Journ. Univers. et H., vol. 13, p. 434, 1833 (Frank's Mag., 4, p. 382), a man took "a glassful;" 33, Rehfeld, Med. Zeit. f. Heilk. Preuss. 1833 (Frank's Mag., 1, 166), a girl, aged eighteen, took an indefinite quantity; 34, Wilson, Lond. Med. Gaz., 1834 (S. J., 6, 272), a boy drank some from a bottle; 35, Schreber, Summarium, 1840 (S. J., 25, 156), a girl, aged twenty-three, took an indefinite amount; 36, Basse, Inaug. Diss., 1845, a man took about 2 ounces of dilute acid; 37, Dr. Warren, Am. J. Med. Sc., 1850, a woman, aged thirty-four, took a quantity into her mouth, most of which was ejected; 38, Sansom, Lancet, November, 1860, a man took more than 1 ounce; 39, Wunderlich, Archiv. der Heilk., 1863 (A. H. Z., Mon. Bl., 7, 27), a girl, aged seventeen, took a teaspoonful; 40, Br. and For. Med.-Chir. Rev., 1863, p. 541, effects of fumes from a broken jar in a man, fatal; 41, same, second case, also fatal; 42, Palmer, Trans. N. Y. St. Hom. Med. Soc., 1864, p. 225, effects of "a small quantity;" 43, Erichsen, Petersb. Med. Zeit., 1867 (A. H. Z., Mon. Bl., 16, 62), effects of a wineglassful in a man; 44, Hendrichs, Am. J. Hom. Mat. Med., 3, 120, effects of fumes in a lady; 45, Budd, Lancet, 1860, chronic poisoning of a man, aged thirty-six, by about 1 ounce; 46, Adams, Lancet, 1870, poisoning of a man by at least half an ounce of strong acid.
Nitric acid; hydrogen nitrate; HNO3
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