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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Argentum Nitricum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Argentum oxidum may be substituted when in chlorosis there are menorrhagia and tendency to diarrhoea. It is also applicable for metrorrhagia with uterine fibroid.
Boys' complaints, after tobacco.
Coffea Cruda Coffea cruda, increase nervous headache.
It has been given with success; after Bryonia Bryon., and Spigel., in dyspepsia; after Spongia Tosta Spongia, was given for a goiter, and myopia followed; after Veratr., and wind passing upwards in great inducing faintness.
The main difference between Titanium Metallicum the metal and the Nitrite, is, that the latter acts more on mucous membranes the skin, and especially on the bones and periosteum and must be beneficial to herpetic patients, and the former acts especially on the cartilages.
According to Boenninghausen, as antidotes to Argentum Nitricum Arg. nitr. and also Nitric Acid Nitr. ac., are prominent, Pulsatilla Pulsat., Calcar., Sepia Sepia, and next these three. Lycopodium Lycop., Merc Viv Mercur., Silica Marina Silic., Rhus Tox Rhus tox, Phosphorus Phosphor, and Sulphur Sulphur.