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Ammonium Carbonicum - Generalities symptoms - Clarke

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HPUS indication of Ammonium Carbonicum: Head cold

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

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Great fatigue felt from speaking much and from listening to another.


Sleepiness in the daytime.

Sleeplessness, and sleep delayed, esp. after going late to bed.

Sleeplessness till 4 a.m., and when falling asleep, perspiration.

Nightmare when falling asleep.

Frequent waking, with fright (great fear afterwards), and difficulty in going to sleep again.

Sleep full of dreams, both anxious and romantic, historical and lascivious.

Disturbed and unrefreshing sleep.

At night, attacks of anguish, vertigo, congestion of blood in the head, cephalalgia, toothache, nausea, gastralgia, colic, inclination to make water, spitting of slimy matter, pains in the great toes and in the ganglia, shocks in the body, pains in the limbs, itching and pricking in the skin, restlessness, ebullition of the blood, dry heat, sweat, esp. in the legs, shivering and cold.




Pain, as from subcutaneous ulceration.

Pains, as of ulceration in different parts, or shootings and acute dragging, mitigated by the heat of the bed.

Pains, as of dislocation, drawing and tension of the joints, as if from contraction of the tendons.

The right side of the body appears to be more affected than the left side.

The pains for the most part appear either in the evening or at night, or in the morning.

General restlessness in the body in the evening.

Inclination to stretch out the arms and the legs.

Weariness, bruise-like pain and great weakness in the limbs, chiefly when walking in the open air, or in the evening, sometimes with an inclination to lie down.

Repugnance to exercise.

Local inflammations.


Scorbutic dyscrasia.

Tendency of the blood to decomposition.


Great sensibility to cold.

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