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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Trimethylaminum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
An alkaloid found in the following plants Chenopodium vulvaria, Crataegus oxycantha, Sorbus aucuparia, Phallus impudicus, Pyrus communis, Arnica Arnica montana, Cotyledon Umbilicus Cotyledon umbilicus, Fagus sylvatica, etc.
also in Herring-brine, Cold liver oil, etc.
Authority. M. Dujardin-beaumetz, Nouvelles Recherches sur la Triméthylamine, Paris, 1873; 1, effects on himself, of 50 centigrams of the muriate dissolved in water; 2, another person in perfect health took 75 centigrams of the muriate; 3, results of several experiments.
Trimethylaminum, according to several experiments on patients, etc., diminishes the amount of urea; in one case there was a diminution of over 2 grams during twenty-four hours, in another 2.24 grams, in another a diminution of 3 grams,
Pulse 88 (before the experiment); 84 (after one hour); 82 (later); 76 (after two hours). There was not only a diminution in the number of pulsations, but also a modification in the force, as shown by the tracing (it shows no special modification, with the exception of diminution in the force of the heart's action),
Pulse 78 (before the experiment); 76 (after one hour); 74 (after one hour and a half); 72 (after two hours); 78 (after four hours),
Temperature 37.4° (before the experiment); 37.2° (after one hour); 37° (after one hour and a half); 36.8° (after two hours),
Temperature 37° (before the experiment); 36.8° (after one hour); 36.4° (later); 36° (after two hours),