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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Ammonium Muriaticum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
CHLORIDE OF AMMONIUM, SAL AMMONIAC.
We takes one drachm of sal ammoniac in lumps, as being the purest.
Ammonium Muriaticum is dissolved in 1 ½ drachms of boiling distilled water, filtered through white printing paper and then set in the cellar to quietly crystallize.
Of the crystallized and dried salt one grain is then triturated three times with one hundred grains of sugar of milk within three hours to the millionfold powder-attenuation, and then in dilution is diluted and potentized to the 30th development of power, as has been taught concerning the other dry drugs at the end of the first volume.
Ammonium muriaticum, first appearing here, has its pathogenesis mainly made up from one published in 1833, in Hartlaub and Trinks' Annalen, Vol. iv. It is a joint one as will be Hahnemann's observation will have been on patients, as shown in the preface; Rummel's are probably from provings with 30th dilution.
Ammonium Muriaticum natural salt, which has been abused by allopathy so frequently and in such large doses, in diseases of every kind, shows itself in homoeopathic practice as an excellent anti-psoric, even in a dose of one or two of the smallest pellets moistened with a potency of high degree, and administered in dilution of more or less water (according as it is desired to act more or less strongly), or also by smelling of such a larger or smaller pellet.
Ammonium Muriaticum salt deserves in a high degree further provings as to its pure effects.
Ammonium Muriaticum medicine has proved itself particularly efficacious where one or more of the following symptoms appeared
Lugubrious, peevish, indifferent mood.
, in day-time and in the evening at candle-light.
(hard hearing). Ringing and buzzing in the ears.
ulcerated corners of the mouth.
tensive pains in the articulations of the jaws, during chewing and opening the mouth.
empty eructation. lancinating pains in the left hypochondrium, early on awaking in bed, with dyspnoea compelling the person to sit up.
the groin, on being touched, feels as if it were festered and swollen.
tendency to constipation.
discharge of blood during stool.
pain as of soreness in the rectum and passing upwards in sitting.
during the menses vomiting and diarrhoea.
pressive and contractive during the menses.
during the menses, pain in the small of the back.
tearing in the feet during menses.
while sneezing, tearing stitches in the nape of the neck into the shoulders.
severe cough. tightness in the chest during manual labor.
stiffness in the small of the back.
stitches in the right shoulder-blade in respiring.
tearing stitching pain as of spraining in the left hip.
. paralytic weakness in the limbs, with dizziness.
drowsiness in the day-time, with indolence and indisposition to work.
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