Nitri Spiritus Dulcis - Generalities symptoms - T.F. AllenSweet Spirits Of Nitre, Nit. Sp, Spiritus Aetheris Nitrosi, Nitri Dulcis Spiritus, Nit-s-d.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Nitri Spiritus Dulcis in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
An exceeding drowsiness came on, quite like what one feels after long hard work; but this perhaps was partly the effect of the brandy. On getting into bed I slept, and that soundly, for nine hours and a half,
Many dreams of danger by fire,
Great swelling of the veins,
Sticking boring and tearing in the bones of the face, back, and various parts of the body, especially in the toes and tips of the toes, knees, and cranial bones; these symptoms occur very soon after a dose,
Frequent drawing in the cranial bones, as also in the ankles and toes,
Tearing in various joints,
Drawing and pressure in several joints,
All the pains extend from place to place, and suddenly change about,
Symptoms occur especially in the morning and in the evening in bed, and are frequently caused by damp weather,
In general the symptoms were as numerous while walking as while sitting (though perhaps more numerous while sitting),
By the time I had reached half a mile, I felt very weak and unable to walk, which at last compelled me to sit down for a little on a stair; I recovered considerably by this, and was able to proceed; I got a little brandy; shortly after I felt quite strong in the limbs; by the time I got home I again felt the weakness coming,
Perfect rest, heat, and a warm atmosphere, with brandy and a little ammonia, gradually restore the powers of the muscular system,
Perhaps a little debility (second morning),
The muscular debility comes on very rapidly, unaccompanied by the slightest effect upon the brain, and endures for hours,
Loss of muscular power goes on until complete prostration ensues; but there is no consciousness of this debility until an effort is made,≡ more ...