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Antimonium Tartaricum - Generalities symptoms - Clarke

Tartar Emetic., Ant Tart, Tartrate Of Antimony And Potash, Ant-tart, Ant. Tart, Tart. Em, Tart. Emet, Tartar. Em, Tart-emet, Antimon Tart, Antimonium tartaricum, tartarus emeticus, Antim tart, Antimony Tart, Ant-t.

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HPUS indication of Antimonium Tartaricum: Loose cough

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



Great debility, weakness, and excessive lassitude; feels best when sitting still doing nothing.


Urgent inclination to sleep during the day, with frequent stretching and yawning.

Invincible drowsiness, with deep and stupefying sleep.

In the morning, sensation as from insufficient sleep.

Retarded sleep, and nocturnal sleeplessness.

Light sleep, with many fantastic dreams.

Much talking during sleep.

Cries during sleep, with fixed eyes, and trembling limbs.

Shocks and blows during sleep, which occasion jerking, sometimes of a single limb, at others of the whole body.

Lying on the back while sleeping, with the left hand passed under the head.


Rheumatic pains (fever) with perspiration, which does not relieve.

Inflammation of internal organs.

Gastric and bilious complaints.

Arthritic and rheumatic tearings and drawings in the limbs, with sensation as of a fracture.

Collection of synovial fluid in joints.

Contraction of the limbs.

Jerking of the muscles.

Convulsive jerks and spasm.

Epileptic fits.

Trembling of the limbs; long-continued of the head and hands after every exertion or motion.

Internal trembling.

Shootings in the varices.

Aggravation of the symptoms when sitting down, or else when seated, and when rising from the seat.

In some forms of asthma one has to sit in a chair and lean his head on a table.

In some forms of pneumonia so great is the prostration that the patient is constantly slipping down in bed.

Heaviness in all the limbs, and great indolence.

Violent pulsations throughout the body.

A child continually wishes to be carried.


Excessive tenderness of the whole body.

A child, when touched, utters piercing cries.

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