Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Picricum Acidum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Compare Am. pic., Calc Carb Calc. pic., Fer. pic., Zincum Metallicum <">Zincum Metallicum Zn. pic. Spinal exhaustion, Ox. ac. (Ox. ac. more numbness, blueness, pains in small spots; symptoms agg. thinking of them. Pic. ac. more heaviness; extreme spinal softening). Tired feeling, exhaustion from sexual excess, Acid Phos Phos. ac. Fatty degeneration, sexual excess and priapism, brain-fag, congestive vertigo, burning in spine, Phosphorus Phos. (Phosphorus Phos. has more irritability and excessive sensitiveness, sexual excitement very strong; Pic. ac. has more intense erections but less marked lasciviousness). Brain-fag, inability to study, gastric symptoms, sour eructations, agg. morning, Nux Vomica Nux. Brain-fag, occipital headache, sexual neurasthenia, Gelsemium Sempervirens Gels. Lascivious thoughts in presence of women, Conium Mac Con. Headache and backache, Argentum Nitricum Arg. n. Spinal pains, Alm. (Alm. pain as if hot iron had been thrust into the part). Nervous exhaustion, sensitive spine, Silicea Sil. (Pic. ac. washed out, must give in; Silicea Sil. won't give in). Nervous exhaustion, Zincum Metallicum <">Zincum Metallicum Zn. Violent erections, Cantharis Canth., Graphites Graph., Hyoscyamus Niger Hyo., Phosphorus Phos., Myg., Silicea Sil. Acne, Kali Bromatum K. bro., Bels., Arct. l. Hands sweat, Silicea Sil. Burning in back, Lycopodium Lyc., Phosphorus Phos. Writer's cramp, Gelsemium Sempervirens Gels., Platinum Metallicum Plat. Causation.
Fatigue. Study. Mental exertion.
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Compare also Picrotoxinum Picrotoxin and Picricum Acidum Picric acid in paralytic sensations and effects of fatigue. Teste places Coccul. in his Causticum Causticum group. Causation.