Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Sulphuricum Acidum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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The mouth was filled with a frothy, viscid, tenacious fluid, which he ejected in considerable quantities, with almost constant and distressing retching, caused by the fluid irritating the fauces. The fluid ejected was of a reddish-brown color, containing shreds of mucous membrane, and seemed to be a mixture of mucus and saliva.
its reaction on test-paper neutral,.
After seven days the whole mucous membrane of the oesophagus became exfoliated in the form of a tube several lines thick, and about a foot long (the transition from the oesophagus to the stomach could be distinctly seen), the cast was exceedingly offensive. After this the patient seemed to improve.
complained of excessive hunger. On the twenty-first day there was vomiting of blood and mucus, and he again took to his bed.
about a month after the poisoning he complained again on swallowing, of a pain which he described like a cutting, in the side of the throat,.
Expelled an elongated false membrane, which was evidently made up of fragments of the mucous membrane of the oesophagus (sixteenth day).
after a fit of suffocation, he expelled a blackish mass, formed from a large portion of the mucous membrane of the stomach (seventeenth day).
afterwards he was able to swallow carefully masticated food,.
About 3 A.M., great pain and anxiety came on, and she vomited matter mixed with blood.
shortly afterwards a wide membranous tube, from four to five inches long, was ejected.
a portion of it seemed as if charred, in other parts it was tinged with bile.
on close examination, the branching of vessels is seen in it.
and as it possesses considerable tenacity, there can be no doubt but it is a portion of the stomach, and not any adventitious formation. The anxiety and vomiting continued, and at 8 P.M. a long tube was cast up, evidently consisting of the mucous and nervous coats of the oesophagus.
a part of it is quite charred, and transverse muscular fibres may be traced round one of its extremities. After the ejection of these substances she felt comparatively easy, and swallowed with more facility.
but the pain remained in the course of the oesophagus (seventh day),.
Large quantities of Magnesia Carbonica carbonate of magnesia were mixed with milk and drank freely, the first draught of which induced vomiting, for the first time, of a dark grumous, bloody, and viscid matter, with the magnesia in a state of effervescence (after three-quarters of an hour).
the matters vomited became gradually brighter and mixed with patches of tough mucus,.
During the fourth week, the pain in the stomach returned with great violence.
the neuralgia also returned, with vomiting, mixed with black clots of blood, lasting two days, was followed by discharge of thin black stools.
after this the patient had a persistent sensation of nausea, and was very much tormented by acid eructations, with frequent attacks of cardialgia,.