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Thymolum - Relationships

Soda Or Potash, Chen-a., Thymol, Thym.

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HPUS indication of Thymolum: Vomiting

Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Thymolum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.

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COMPARE - (1) Carbon Tetrachloride. (2) Cantharis - Irritation and inflammation of the digestive, urinary and cutaneous mucous membranes. Intense burning in the digestive passages with frequent, compelling need to urinate. (3) Merc. corrosivus - Burning pains in the pharynx, painful, frequent urination, urine comes drop by drop, diarrhea with tenesmus. (4) Terebinthina - Irritation of the digestive and urinary mucous membranes with tendency to hemorrhage.

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These are relationship sections of other remedies that refer to Thymolum. Where the text is greyed out, a relationship with that remedy is already described above.

Phosphorus > compare
Compare: Tuberculinum Tuberculinum follows Phosphorus well and complements its action. Phosphorus Hydrogenatus (crumbling teeth; hyperesthesia; locomotor ataxia); Amphisbaena (right jaw swollen and painful). Thymol (Typical sexual neurasthenia; irritable stomach; aching throughout lumbar region; worse, mental and physical exertion); Calc Carb Calc.; CHIN.; Antimonium Arsenicicum Antim.; Sepia Sep.; Lycopodium Lyc.; Sulphur Sulph. In Pneumonia, Pneumococin 200 and Pneumotoxin (Cahis) taken from the Diplococcus lanceolatus of Fraenkel. Pneumonia and paralytic phenomena; pleuritic pain and pain in ilio-coecal region (Cartier).

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