AntipyrinumPhenazone - A Coal-tar Derivative, Antipyrin, Antipyrine
Homeopathic remedies are prescribed on the basis that in a tiny dilution like cures like, so while the very dilute homeopathic remedy may help, the raw product is often best avoided.
Below are the strongest indications of Antipyrinum in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
Antipyrine is one of the drugs that induce leucocytosis, similar to Ergotin, salicylates, and tuberculin. Acts especially on the vasomotor centers, causing dilation of capillaries of skin and consequent circumscribed patches of hyperaemia and swelling. In large doses causes profuse perspiration, dizziness, cyanosis, and somnolence, albumen and blood in urine. Acute erythema multiform.
Second decimal potency.≡ show all authors ...
Throbbing headache; Sensation of constriction
Flashes of heat
Headache under ears with earache.≡ more ...
Puffiness of lids
Conjunctiva red and oedematous, With lachrymation
Red spots (Apis.)≡ more ...
Swelling of lips
Burning of mouth and gums
Ulceration of lips and tongue; vesicles and bullae
Small lump in cheek
Toothache along lower jaw.≡ more ...
Erythema, eczema, pemphigus
urticaria, appearing and disappearing suddenly, with internal coldness
Dark blotches on skin of penis, sometimes with oedema.≡ more ...
Pain on swallowing
Expectoration of fetid pus
Abscess, white false membrane
Sensation of burning.≡ more ...
Heart; Faintness, with sensation of stoppage of heart
Throbbing throughout the body
Rapid, weak, irregular pulse.≡ more ...
Nasal mucous membrane swollen
Dull pains in frontal sinus
Oppression and dyspnoea
Cheyne-Stokes respiration.≡ more ...
Female; Itching and burning in vagina
Watery leucorrhoea.≡ more ...
Nerves; Epileptiform seizures
Trembling and cramps
Crawling and numbness
General prostration.≡ more ...