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Nitricum Acidum - Mental (inc. personality) symptoms - T.F. Allen

Nitric Acid, Nit-ac, Nit ac, Acidum nitricum, Acid Nit, Nit-ac.

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HPUS indication of Nitricum Acidum: Dry cough

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




Delirium (first night),

Attacks of rage and despair, with curses and imprecations,

He becomes violent about trifles all day, and then has to laugh at himself,

Inclined to be angry and use insulting expressions,

Long-continued rancor, insensible to apologies and excuses (after four days),

Inclined to be violent and to quarrel (after five hours),


Easily excited; much affected by peevishness,

Very easily startled and frightened,

Great weariness and indolence, as if completely exhausted and bruised, while sitting and walking,

Starting up as from fright on falling asleep,

Tendency to start,

In the evening, in bed, all sorts of images appeared to him; they walked, ran, disappeared, reappeared, became larger and smaller, with chilliness,

Visions, instead of sleep, every night,

Faintlike weakness every other morning, with anxiety,

She became lost in thought about a long-past anxious event, from which she could not free herself, almost like a waking dream; from time to time she aroused herself from it with fright, but always became again deeply buried in the same train of thought; she was able to think of anything else only with the greatest difficulty,

Anxiety, as if he were engaged in a lawsuit or dispute, causing uneasiness,

Anxiety all day,

Anxiety, like palpitation, with nausea, without efforts to vomit, as if she had committed a crime, at night in bed; she could not remain in bed; no palpitation was perceptible to the hand; it lasted two hours,

Anxiety at night,

A kind of anxiety after eating,

Anxiety, with palpitation that takes away the breath,

More anxious than usual during a storm (after fifteen days),

Oppression and anxiety if she walks rapidly, with perspiration on the back and chest,

Timorous, and easily affected by anything unpleasant,

Vexed at the least trifle, even at himself if he makes any mistake,


Tired of life,

Anxious oppression, like nightmare, as if some one were lying under him and holding him fast with the arms about his abdomen, so that he could not free himself, immediately after falling asleep,

Discontentment with himself, that induces violent weeping, which makes him feel better,

Depressed and very anxious in the evening (the day before the menses),

Depressed, as if despondent as if in deep thought,

Depressed, despondent mood, not lachrymose,

Her spirits became much depressed,

Most excessive despondency and anxiety,

Absorbed in himself, silent, with the sadness,

Very fretful and uncomfortable in the morning after rising,

Very ill-humored and peevish at himself,

Sad, and seeming to be depressed,

Very easily affected and inclined to weep,

Sad mood, without actual pain,

She wishes for death and yet dreads it,

Peevish, with a sad and obstinate mood, with restlessness, so that she does, not know where to turn,

Impatience (after six hours),

Very impatient, in the afternoon,

Peevish disposition, as after a vexation,

Excessive irritability (after three days),

Excessive irritability, anxiety, and general weakness after a stool,

Peevish, irritable mood,

Ill-humored and peevish,

Ill-humored in the morning on waking,

Very fretful and despondent,

The child begins to weep very much on the slightest provocation,

Very lachrymose without cause,

She fancies that she will die soon, yet is not physically ill,

Boundless despair,

Hopeless despair,

Joyless, indifferent,

Could scarcely free himself from sad thoughts,

Lying in a state of apparent stupor (after several hours),

Discontented, despising life,

Indifferent, without interest in anything,

Changeable mood, at one time lively, at another sad (after sixteen hours),


Paroxysms of anxious thoughts without cause; in the evening he became quite anxious, could not sit still, was obliged to walk about,

If she exerts herself to reflect upon important things her thoughts vanish,

She has no thoughts at all, and cannot comprehend anything; cannot even understand what is said to her, just as if she did not hear well, which, however, is not the case (after five days),

Diminished power of thought, disinclined to any scientific work,

Indisposed to earnest work,

Great weakness of memory,

No desire to work (second day),

His ideas frequently vanish and the train of thought disappears,

As the physical weakness increased, the memory diminished,

Loss of ideas, almost without consciousness,

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