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Homeopathic remedies are prescribed on the basis that in a tiny dilution like cures like, so while very dilute Sulfonal may help, unprocessed Sulfonal may be best avoided.
Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Sulfonal in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
Diethylsulphone-dimethyl-methane. (CH3)2C(C2H5S)2. Trituration.
Sulfonal was at first regarded as one of the safest of hypnotics, but many cases of poisoning by medicinal doses have occurred, and my Schema is made up of reported effects produced on patients. The accounts will be found in recent numbers of H. W. Prominent symptoms were Stupor. Headache, with noises in ears. Vomiting and diarrhoea. Urine retained, or secretion arrested.
claret-coloured. containing albumen.
porphyrin. Ataxic gait and diminished or abolished reflexes point to locomotor ataxy. Ascending paralysis has been observed. The heart is weak.
(2) next over proximal ends of metacarpal bones of left thumb and index.
(3) on posterior surface of left forearm a little below elbow.
(4) fourth on prepuce. The symptoms were amel. by cold douches. SYMPTOMS.
Albuminuria. Cramps. Cyanosis. Ears, noises in. Epilepsy. Headache, with tinnitus. Haematoporphyrinuria. Locomotor ataxy. Paralysis, ascending. Reflexes abolished.
OEdema of lungs.
Signs of broncho-pneumonia.
Heart's action feeble, occasionally intermittent.
Discoloured patches like purpura on skin.
Patches of erythema, of intensity proportionate to dose
($51$) On inner side of first phalanx of r. little finger; (2) over proximal ends of metacarpal bones of l. thumb and index; (3) on posterior surface of l. forearm, a little below elbow; (4) on prepuce.
Erythematous measles-like eruption.
Spleen enlarged; hyperaemic.
Vomiting, diarrhoea, and violent chills.
Constant retching, vomiting, and soreness over epigastrium.
Great disturbance of digestion with scanty urine.
Dark brown urine.
Urine very scanty; albuminous; almost solid when cooled.
Retention of urine; had to be drawn off; dark-coloured.
Urine cherry-colour, later like dark port wine.
Erythema on prepuce.
Gait ataxic; reeled about.
Plantar reflex deficient.
Paralysis of lower limbs.
(Cramps of legs and single muscles.)
Heaviness and drowsiness.
Sleepiness and weariness with unsteady gait.
The symptoms disappear slowly.
Paralysis of body.
amel. By cold water; cold douches.
Progressive paralysis affecting legs first then arms.
Paralysis sometimes progressive sometimes with hyperaesthesia and abnormal sensation.
Twitching of muscles, esp. of face and flexors agg. by voluntary movement, but always present in sleep.
(Epilepsy, inveterate cases with over-excitability of the cortical substance.).
Fainted and vomited.
Livid, esp. face.