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Ammonium Carbonicum - Mental (inc. personality) symptoms - T.F. Allen

Carbonate Of Ammonia, Ammonium Carb, Ammon. Carb, Amm Carb, Am-c.

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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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All day long, lively, excited,

Extremely exalted,

Occasionally excessive mirth,

He often laughs, without moderation, at a trifle (after thirty-eight days),

The mood changes for the better, after supper; headache and pain at the stomach ceasing at the same time,

Earnest mood,

Very weeping mood, with thoughts of death,

Sad, almost weeping mood, towards evening (second day),

Great depression of spirits (with the abdominal complaints),

Cloudy weather makes her very sad,

Sad, low-spirited, apprehensive of evil, accompanied by chilliness, in the forenoon,

The whole morning, striking gloomy humor,

Kind of sadness not usual with me; no inclination to go out,

Very hypochondriacal,

Morose, and full of grief,

The recollection of past disagreeable occurrences torments him,


Gloomy and uneasy mood (second day),

She is anxious on account of her illness,

For many afternoons she is seized with a weakness and anxiety; she knows not how to comfort herself, what to do with herself; this state leaves her towards evening,

About 7 P.M., a sort of anxiety possessed me, which lasted about an hour, and then went off again,

At night, attack of great anxiety, as if she had to die, accompanied by cold sweat, audible palpitation of the heart, and involuntary lachrymation; she was unable to move her eyes or to speak, accompanied by audible heavy breathing, and trembling of the hands (after nineteenth day),

Every afternoon, between five and six o'clock, she is seized with anguish, as if she had committed the greatest crime; towards evening the anguish passes off,

Great oppression of the heart; he knows not how to quiet himself,

Very easily frightened,

After the fever, very ill-humored and irritable; felt better after a glass of "bishop,"

Very unamiable, irritated, peevish; she answers reluctantly (second day of her courses),

Peevishness early in the morning,

Ill-humor, peevishness, sometimes accompanied by headache, in the forenoon,

Peevish and angry,

Peevish, angry, scolding, in the evening (sixth day),

Considerable ill-humor and dissatisfied feeling,

She found fault with everything,

She could not bear any noise,

The child is extremely obstinate,

Bears no contradiction,

She has rest nowhere, and succeeds in nothing (fourth day),

At night, low spirits, and sometimes considerable excitement,

He does not seem to be in his senses,

Head very thoughtless,

She finds it hard to arrange her ideas,

He speaks incorrectly; speaks wrong without wishing it; uses one word for another in speaking,

He easily uses wrong letters and figures in writing or ciphering (ninth day),

Very forgetful, and headache when reflecting,

Very forgetful; absent; cannot recollect (ninth day),

Very absent; when telling a story he easily loses his train of thoughts, and hits upon thoughts and expression which he did not wish to employ (eighth day),

Absence of mind, accompanied by anxiety; when speaking, he is at a loss to finish his speech,

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