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Argentum Cyanidum

Argent. Cyanatum, Argentum Cyanatum Arg-c.

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

  COUGH

Cough

Constant

Dry cough

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  ABDOMEN

Vomiting

Stomach; vomiting

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  EXTREMITIES, LIMBS

Extremities, limbs

Cramps; foot

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Materia medica entries of other remedies mentioning Argentum Cyanidum

Arg-n > relationships
Compare: Ars.; Merc.; Phos.; Pulsat.; Argent. Cyanatum (angina pectoris; asthma, spasm of oesophagus); Argent- Jodat ( Throat disorders, hoarseness, gland affected.) Protargol (gonorrhoea after acute stage 2 percent. solution; syphilitic mucous patches, chancres and chancroids, 10 percent solution applied twice a day; ophthalmia neonatorum, 2 drops of 10 percent. solution).; Argent. Phosph ( An excellent diuretic in dropsy.); Argent. Oxyd. Chlorosis with menorrhagia and diarrhoea.).

Cist > relationships
Compare: Conium; Carbo; Calc; Arg. N.

Dros > relationships
Compare; Fluoroform (2 percent. watery solution, 2-4 drops, after paroxysms, considered specific for whooping-cough.) OUABAIN from leaves of Carissa schimperi - arrow poison ( Respiratory spasm - Whooping cough is cut short in first stage and reduced in frequency of attacks and hastens convalescence.) Chelid.; Coral.; Cupr.; Castanea; Argent.; Menyanth.

Mang > relationships
Compare: Colloidal manganese (Boils and other staphylococcal infections); Mangan, mur ( painful ankles, bone-pains); Mangan oxydat ( pain in tibia, dysmenorrhoea, colic and diarrhoea. Easily fatigued and heated; sleepy. Stolid, mask-like facies; low monotonous voice "Economical Speech." Muscular twitching, cramps in calves; stiff leg muscles; occasional uncontrollable laughter. Peculiar slapping gait. Similar symptoms to paralysis agitans, progressive lenticular degenerations and pseudo sclerosis. Workers in Managa. binoxide are frequently affected with bulbar paralysis. Use 3X homeopathically.) Mangan. Sulph ( liver affections, excess of bile; a powerful intestinal stimulant); Argent.; Rhus.; SULPH.

Osm > relationships
Compare: Argent.; Iridium; Selen.; Mangan.

Zinc > relationships
Compare: Agaric.; Ign.; Plumb.; Argent.; Puls.; Helleb.; Tuberc.

Bov > mind
Enlarged sensation ( Arg)

Med > mind
Ind.; Arg

Arg-m > relationships
Uterine and ovarian similar to Pallad., the latter on the right side; Argent. met. on the left.

Arg-m > relationships
Antidotes to Argent. met., Mercur., Pulsat.

Arg-m > relationships
After Argent. met. follows well Calc. ostr., Pulsat., Sepia, Argent. met., follows after Alum., and Platin.

Arg-m > relationships
A return of trembling palpitation four months after delivery, after being cured in the third month of pregnancy by Argent. met. was relieved by Rhus tox.

Ptel > mouth
Papillae Red and prominent ( Arg)

Ter > mouth
Tongue Dry, red, sore, shining; burning in tips, with prominent papillae ( Arg)

Con > rectum, anus, stool
Tremulous weakness after every stool ( Verat.; Ars.; Arg)

Pen > general
the next day after the dose it was alkaline, as shown by litmus, and only precipitated with argent. nitricum.

Ars > appendix
(1 to 89, from Hahnemann, Chr. Krank., 5). 1, Hahnemann; 2, Baehr; 3, Fr. Hahn'n; 4, Hartlb. and Trinks; 5, Hering; 6, Hornburg; 7, Langhammer; 8, Meyer; 9, Stapf; 10, Whl.; 11, Ebers (effects of Ars. of Pot. in ague patients); 12, Friedrich (poisoning of a woman); 13, Morgagni (1, poisoning of a woman of 60; 2, of a male adult; 3, of female adult; 4, same case as Wolff's; 5, poisoning of a man); 14, Guldenklee (effects of vapor); 15, Richard (poisoning and adult); 16, Marcus (after Ars. of Pot. in a fever patient); 17, Myrrhen (from drawing sol. of A. into nostrils for a coryza); 18, Quelmalz (poisoning of a girl by black oxide); 19, Kaiser (poisoning of whole family by A.); 20, Forestus (from orpiment in a woman); 21, Henning (application of A. to a diseased breast); 22, Verzasch; 23, Alberti (cases of poisoning in healthy adults); 24, Büttner (poisonings); 25, La Motte (woman took A. for suicide); 26, Guilbert (poisoning of an adult); 27, Pyl (do.); 28, Misc. Nat. Cur. (same as Myrrhen, No. 17); 29, Lusitanus (poisoning of a youth); 30, Pearson (effects of Ars. of Pot. in an epileptic); 31, Buchholz (poisoning of several adults by black oxide); 32, Thomson (poisoning of a woman); 33, Tennert; 34, Grimm (from the black oxide, in an adult); 35, Wedel; 36, Jacobi (from suppression of ague by A., in a young man); 37, Knape (effects of powdering hair with A.); 38, Baylies (general statement from authors); 39, Heimreich (1, effects of A. sprinkled on the air; 2, effects of large doses of Ars. of Pot.); 40, Siebold (effect of dressing pustular scalp with mixture of A. and cinnabar); 41, Vicat (from powdering hair with A.); 42, Schlegel; 43, Neue Med. Chir. Wahrn.; 44, Heun (from application of A. to cancerous ulcer of cheek); 45, Müller (general statement); 46, Eph. Nat. Cur. (poisoning of a man by twelve grains of A.); 47, Majault (1, poisoning of a man with realgar; 2, of a woman with orpiment; 3 and 4, of a youths with A.); 48, Jenner; 49, Fowler (effects of Ars. of Pot. in ague patients); 50, Isenflamm-Steining (general statement); 51, Van Eggern; 52, Kopp (poisoning of a man of 56); 53, Feldmann (from a plaster of A. applied for a quartan); 54, Preussius (poisoning of a boy); 55, Thilenius (effects in a patient with scirrhus of breast); 56, Grimm (from the black oxide, in an adult); . -Hughes. 57, Salzb. M. Chir. Zeit. (effects of A. applied to fungus on the head); 58, Kellner (poisoning of a girl of 20); 59, Gerbitz (from orpiment); 60, Wolff (poisoning of two women); 61, Goritz; 62, Löw; 63, Cruger (poisoning of an adult); 64, Tachenius (from inhaling sublimed A.); 65, Degner (effects of applying sol. of A. for itch, in two men); 66, Stahl (poisoning of two adults); 67, Greiselius (S. 1759 from vapor in self, rest in miners); 68, Klinge (observation of miners in A.); 69, Borellus (from carrying A. in pocket); 70, Montanus (poisoning of a woman); 71, Cardanus (general statement from authors); 72, Gabezius; 73, Fernelius (from sprinkling A. on cancerous ulcer of breast); 74, Justamond (from A. given to a young woman with cancer of the tongue); 75, Pet. de Appono (effects of realgar); 76, Hammer (poisoning of a girl of 20); 77, Bernhardi; 78, Huber (states that he knows a woman so affected by A.); 79, Hartmann; 80, Degrange (from rubbing A. into head); 81, Pfann; 82, Heinze; 83, Hargens (from application of A. to a cancerous ulcer); 84, Storck (effects of Ars. of Pot. in ague patients); 85, Borges (poisoning of an adult); 86, Hall, Allg. Lit. Zeit. (inhalation by a man of Arsenetted Hyd.); 87, Bonetus (from cases of poisoning); 88, M. N. Zeit, 1798; 89, Rau (from application of A. to scalp); numbers 90 to 94, inclusive are taken from Imbert-gourbeyre's provings with 4th trit., l'Art Médicale, 17, 433 et seq.; 90, Damour; 91, M'lle E.; 92, Imbert-Gourbeyre; 93, Bonjean; 94, Souleyre; 95, Robinson's provings on females with the 12th, B. J. of Hom.; 96, (ibid.), with the 30th; 97, (ibid.), with 200th; 98, (ibid.), with 1000th; 99, Mad. Buchmann's proving (a grain of A. in some water, taken by mistake), Hom. V. J. S., 10, 119; 100, Borri, from Hartl. and Trinks (effects of fumes of wax candles containing A.); 101, Trevasso, from H. and T. (internal administration of A.); Nos. 102 to 165, inclusive are taken from Roth's collection of poison cases, Hom. V. J. S., 12, 25; 102, James; 103, 104, and 105, Rummel; 106, Jaquernin; 107, Orfila; 108, Heifelder; 109, Puchelt; 110, Hohnbaum; 111, Schreyer; 112, Kortum; 113, Stachow; 114, Rothhamel; 115, Klose; 116, Spengler; 117, Sonderland; 118, Canetta; 119, Schapper; 120, Van den Dale; 121, Tonnellier; 122, Kraft; 123, Opler; 124, Scheulen; 125, Koch; 126, Hausbutner; 127, (ibid.); 128, Kellermann; 129, Hornung; 130, Brenner; 131, Neumann; 132, Bodenmuller; 133, Watson; 134, Franque; 135, Reuter; 136, Zöllner; 137, Beauchesne; 138, Leroy; 139, Dehenne; 140, Odier; 141, Barrier; 142, Orfila; 143, J. de Chim. Méd., 1846; 144, Wepfer; 145, De Haen; 146, Falconer; 147, Pinel; 148, Missa; 149, Gerard; 150, Devergie; 151, Leuret; 152, Fielitz; 153, Hafter; 154, Alquie; 155, Flechner; 156, Huss Bush; 157, Nissen; 158, Pfaff; 159, Bruckner; 160, Coqueret; 161, Edwards; 162, Skillman; 163, Angouard; 164, Schäfer; 165, Husemann; 166, Johann Schellhammer (effects of large doses, N. A. J. of Hom., 2, 317); 167, Dailand, tox., N. A. J., 7, 389; 168, Tox., N. A. J. of Hom., 2, 473 (from Med. Repos., 5, 43); 169, Dr. Rhees, Am. H. Rev., 2, 510 (effects of Arsenic applied to kill the nerve of a tooth); 170, Tox., Dr. Hill (N. Y. St. Trans. (Hom.), 9, 232); 171, Taylor, on Poisons; 172, Wetmore, N. A. J. of Hom., 6, 369 (tox., 127 grains of Arsenic); 173, Isidore, Rec. de Mem. de Méd., etc.; 174, Smoler, Oest. Zeit. f. Heilk., 1863 (three cases of Ars. paralysis); 175, Keber, V. J. S. f. Ger. Med.; 176, Dr. P. in U. (Henke's Zeit., 1862); 177, Barnes (Lancet, 1847); 178, Wagner (Med. Annals); 179, Platner (Omodei Am. Univ., Hah. M. M.); 180, Lachese (Ann. de Hygične, H. Mat. Méd.); 181, M. Diville (Lancet, 1838); 182, Rayner (Lancet, 1838); 183, Murray (Lancet, 1838); 184, St. Thos. Hosp. Rep. (Lancet, 12, 509); 185, Greening (Lancet, 1834); 186, Lancet, 1829; 187, Lancet, 1839; 188, Burns (Lancet, 1839); 189, Thompson (Lancet, 1840); 190, Foster (Lancet, 1840); 191, Hedley (Lancet, 1842); 192, Gaz. des Hôp. (Lancet, 1842); 193, Bird (Lancet, 1843, poisoning by the vapor of Arsenic); 194, Shipman (Am. J. of Med. Sc., 1838); 195, Argent (Lancet, 1844); 196, Kelso (Lancet, 1844); 197, Farget (Lancet, 1851); 198, Waite (Lancet, 1858), Arsenic applied to pulp of tooth; 199, Dermott (Lancet, 1851); 200, Ryan (Lancet, 1851); 201, A. McLeod (Ed. M. and S. J., 15, 553); 202, Ward (Ed. M. and S. J., 33, 61); 203, Dymock (Ed. M. and S. J., 59, 350); 204, Gairdner (Ed. M. and S. J., 32, 305); 205, Jeesche (Hom. V. J. Schrift, 8, 467); 206, N. Z. f. H. Kl., 12, 56; 207, Brämer (A. H. Z., 19, 223), Horst (A. H. Z., 19, 241), and Buchner (A. H. Z., 46, 64); 208, Hoppe (A. H. Z., 32, 379); 209, Kurtz (A. H. Z., 32, 379); 210, Bartlett (Chicago Pharmacist, 1872); 211, Scales (N. E. Med. Gaz., 2, 226, effects taken for the complexion); 212, Benham (Am. Observer, 1864); 213, Malmstein, Hygeia, 1873 (Schmidt's Jahrb., chron. Ars. poison); 214, Levin (effect of Arsenic applied externally; Hirch's Zeit., 19, 112); 215, Bouvier (L'Art Méd., 6, 31); 216, Colton (Med. Investigator, 9, 241); 217, Wibmer (effects of the fumes); 218, Zeit. f. Hom. Kl., 3, 137 (effects of Arsen. paper); 219, Goullon (on Arsen. paper, A. H. Z., 64, 81); 220, Brit. Med. J., 1873 (poisoning by paper and pigments); 221, Oppenheim (Verhandlung, 1859, Arsen. paper); 222, Lorinzer (Wien Med. Wach., 1857, Arsen. paper); 223, Dudgeon (B. J. of Hom., 20, 200, Arsen. paper); 224, Bayer (M. Hom. Rev., 1870, p. 597, Arsenical paperhangings); 225, M. Hom. Rev., 1870, p. 413 (Arsen. paper, symptoms observed in four children); 226, Dr. H. Reynolds, Hahn. Month., 10, 53 (tox.).

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