Platinum MuriaticumPlatinum Muriaticum Natronatum, Platin, Platinum muriaticum, chloratum, Platinum, Plat-m.
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Platinum Muriaticum has achieved beneficial results after Iodine of Potash failed to cure in syphilitic affection; violent occipital headaches, dysphagia, and syphilitic throat and bone affections; caries of bones of feet≡ show all authors ...
Delusions, imaginations, hallucinations, illusions; paranoia; had been poisoned≡ show all authors ...
▲ GENITALS ETC
Urethra (urinary part of genitals); pain; while urinating
Male; hot; penis; foreskin≡ show all authors ...
▲ EXTREMITIES, LIMBS
decay of bone; ankle bones
decay of bone; foot; heel≡ more ...
Materia medica entries of other remedies mentioning Platinum Muriaticum
Plat > general
The nervous symptoms outside the brain symptoms calling for Platina are 1st "The pains increase gradually and as gradually decrease." 2nd. "This pains are attended with numbness of the parts" This first symptom you will remember is like Stannum but the Platinum patient is not characteristically so weak as the Stannum one. The second one is like Chamomilla, but the Platina patient is not so unvaryingly ugly as the Chamomilla one. Both are great mental remedies, however, and if any question arises (as there may) a close study of them in their entirety may be necessary.
Stann > general
Another metallic remedy. The leading characteristic is great weakness in the chest (Argentum met.); so weak cannot talk. No remedy has this symptom so strongly as tin. It is present, not only in the laryngeal and lung troubles for which Stannum is such a great remedy, but in great debility. So weak she drops into a chair, worse going down stairs (Borax; Calc. ost. up stairs). It is found in connection with uterine displacements and leucorrhoeas of thin, debilitated subjects and has made brilliant cures in such cases. Of course in the lung, bronchial, and laryngeal affections, this symptom is very prominent. In these troubles there is generally very profuse expectoration with the cough, and the matter raised tastes very sweet, or it may be exceptionally salty. For the salty expectoration I would sooner think of Kali iod. or Sepia. In all three of these remedies the expectoration may be thick, heavy, and green or yellow in color. Both Stannum and Kali iod. have profuse night sweats, but the Stannum has greater sense of weakness in the chest (cannot talk) than any of the others. Another very characteristic symptom of Stannum is that the pains gradually increase to a great degree of intensity and then as gradually decrease. (See Platinum.) This pain is of course neuralgic, may be located anywhere in the tract of a nerve, but has been often verified in prosopalgia, gastralgia and abdominal colic.
Plat > relationships
Compare, also: Platinum Muriaticum (this remedy has achieved beneficial results after Iodine of Potash failed to cure in syphilitic affection; violent occipital headaches, dysphagia, and syphilitic throat and bone affections; caries of bones of feet); Platinum Metallicum. Mur. nat ( polyuria and salivation); Sedum Acre (sexual irritability, relieves irritation of nerve centers and gives rest).
Iridium > general
Iridium is a rare metal of the Platinum group found in platinum ore. It is one of the heaviest substances known. A. J. Tafel took gr. xx. of 3rd trituration. He experienced a number of symptoms, all within two hours of taking the dose. Prominent among them were A sensation of numbness.
Iridium > general
self-confidence and facilitated mental labour. It shares with Osmium, Palladium, and Platinum a place in the treatment of rheumatism and gout. Laboucher gave Irid. in the 4th attenuation, Pallad. in the 3rd, Plat. in 2nd, and Osm. in the 1st.
Osm > general
Osmium is a metal of the Platinum group, in association with which it is always found. It is the heaviest of them all and the most refractory, having never been fused. It derives its name (όσμή odour) from the pungent odour of the fumes of Osmic acid, which are evolved in the process of separating Platinum from its ore, and the effects of which have supplied a number of valuable symptoms in cases recorded by J. G. Blackley (C. D. P.). In the arts it is used in the alloy with iridium (Iridosmium or Osmiridium) for making the tips of gold pens. Triturations of the pure metal have been proved. The symptoms of the metal and of the acid are taken together. The odour of Osm. closely resembles that of Chlorine, as also do its irritating effect on the respiratory mucous membrane. The odour imparted to the secretions is various it makes the urine smell like violets.
Pall > general
Palladium, one of the rare metals, was first separated from native Platinum by Wollaston in 1803, and Was named after the planet Pallas, which had been discovered just before that time by Olbers.
Pall > general
Hering, who made the first provings in 1850, says "If we classify the Sulphides according to their solubility in dilute acids, Pallad. must be placed with Argentum, Rhodium, Ruthenium, and Osmium, and Platina remains with the less soluble Mercury, Aurum, and Iridium. Platinum and Palladium, both proved in dust form, showed such similarity in their effects that the question arose whether corresponding differences might be found.
Anac > relationships
Similar to Ant. tart. (cough in high-tempered children; gaping, drowsy after cough); Apis (skin); Coriaria ruscifolia (loss of memory, etc.); Ferrum (occiput pains in cough); Iodium; Juglans; Lycop.; Nitr ac. (cursing). Nux vom.; Phos. ac. (brain); Platin.; Pulsat.; Urt. ur. (skin); Zincum (brain); Pulsat.; Natr. mur. (dry coryza); Caustic. (in writers, spasm).
Aur > relationships
Compare Luet. (syphilis); Am. c., Arg. met., Arg. n., Ars.; Asaf. (pains about eyes; but Asaf. has amel. from pressure; mercurial caries); Bell.; Caps. (caries of mastoid, corpulency); Calc. c. (night terrors; leucophlegmatic; Aur. has more over-sensitiveness and erethism); Calc. ph.; Coccul. (empty feeling); Chi. and Coff. (hyper-excitation) Cup. (asthma); Dig., Fer.; Glon. (Hyperaemia of lung from heart) Hep., Iod.; Kali bich. (deep ulcers, scrofulous ophthalmia, ozaena, syphilis); K. ca.; K. iod. (syphilis); K. bro. (anguish at heart and desire to move about); Lach., Lyc., Merc., Nit ac.; Nux v., (hernia; prolapsed uterus); Pallad., Platin., Puls., Spigel., Sol. nig., Sil., Sep., Sul.; Tarent. (heart as if turned round); Thuj., Ver. v.
Sil > general
Caries, Plat. mur., Ang. (long bones), Stron. c. (femur, with watery diarrhoea), Gettys. (caries with ulcers about joints, discharge excoriating), Calc. (scrofulous subjects; sweat sour rather than offensive; foot-sweat does not excoriate; not sensitive like Sil.).