Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Nitric Acid in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Dryness of the skin.
Itching nettle-rash, also on face, and esp. in open air.
Blackness of pores.
Reddish-brown spots (scattered over body, esp. if in dark-haired people) and deep-coloured ephelis on skin.
Pimples, or exanthema in general; stinging exanthema.
Pain from chilblains and corns on feet.
In a moderately cold temperature limbs become as if frozen, inflamed, and itching, and skin cracks.
Complaints agg. from punctured wounds.
Wounds and ulcers, with lancinations as by splinters, or with burning pains (esp. when they are touched), and which bleed easily.
Inflammation and painful sensitiveness of the bones.
Inflammation, swelling, and suppuration of the glands.
Ulceration of the bones.
Ulcers with sanious, sanguineous, and corrosive suppuration.
Pains in old scars on a change of weather.
Condylomata moist, like cauliflower, hard, rhagadic, or in thin pedicles.
Tightness of skin.
Swelling of glands.
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