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Cuprum Aceticum - Appendix symptoms - T.F. Allen

Cupr-ac.


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HPUS indication of Cuprum Aceticum: Hay fever

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


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APPENDIX

Authorities

1, Fabas, Journ. de Méd., XVI, 228, poisoning by verdigris, from Hahnemann's Cuprum Metallicum Cuprum; 2, Hamburg Mag., VIII, 442, poisoning by verdigris, from ibid.; 3, Lauzonus, Misc. Natrum Carbonicum Nat. Cur., Dec., III, case 7 to 8, Obs., 10, from verdigris, ibid.; 4, Orfila, Toxicologie, cases of poisoning by verdigris, ibid.; 5, Percival, Med. Trans, III, 8, from eating coppery pickle, ibid.; 6, Pet. de Abbano, De Venen., c. 16, effect of verdigris, ibid.; 7, Pyl, Samml., VIII, 90, poisoning by verdigris, ibid.; 8, Ramsay, Med. Obs. and Enq., from verdigris in food, ibid.; 9, Zwinger, Act. Helvet., V, 252, from verdigris, ibid.; 10, Drouard, Expér. et Obs., Sur l'empoison. par l'oxide de Cuivre, Diss. de Paris, 1802, effects of swallowing about a drachm of Egyptian salve (vert de gris, honey, and vinegar), from Wibmer; 11, Pyl, Samml., van Aufs., a. d. Staats-arzk., Vol. VIII, poisoning of a girl aged 24, by 4 ounces of vert de gris, Wibmer, same case as number 7; 12, Duval, Diss. sur la Toxicol., 1806, poisoning of a man by vert de gris, Wibmer; 13, same, poisoning of a soldier by 1 1/2 ounces, Wibmer; 14, Reveillé Parise, Gaz. de Santoninum Santé, 1820, poisoning of a man aged 29, by a large dose, Wibmer; 15, Albert, Henke's Zeit. f. d. Staats, 1832, poisoning of a family from eating sausages poisoned by V., Wibmer; 16, Rhodius, Obs. cent., III, Obs., 95, a gardener poisoned by fishes cooked with salt and oil in Cuprum Metallicum copper vessels, Wibmer; 17, Strack, Journ. de Med.-Chir., etc., t. 24, 1766, poisoning of four children from beans cooked in Cuprum Metallicum copper, Wibmer; 18, Navier, Contre-poisons de l'Arsenicum Album ars., du subl. cord., du Vert de gris, etc., Paris, 1777, a girl aged 18, poisoned by butter from a Cuprum Metallicum copper spoon, Wibmer; 19, Jeanroy, Mem. de la Soc. Roy. de Méd., 1778, poisoning of a family by meat cooked in Cuprum Metallicum copper, Wibmer; 20, Fahner, Beit. Zar. pr. cud. Geranium Maculatum Ger. Heilk., 1, 297, a girl aged 18, poisoned by beans cooked in Cuprum Metallicum copper, Wibmer; 21, Marizot-Deslandes, from Drouard's Diss., a woman poisoned by fish cooked with vinegar in Cuprum Metallicum copper, Wibmer; 22, Langenbeck, Deutsche Klinik, 1851, thirty-one persons poisoned by food cooked in fat which had become green from remaining two days in Cuprum Metallicum copper vessels, Fr. Mag., 4, 859; 23, Renauldin, Journ. Univ. Med., 1820, a man aged 24 swallowed 3 or 4 grains of verdigris in coffee, Fr. Mag., 4, 511; 24, Wittcke, Med. Zeit. v. Ver. Preuss., 1838, a man aged 30, took half an ounce of V., Fr. Mag., 1, 44; 25, Beer, five cases of poisoning by candies colored with Cuprum Metallicum copper, from Orfila's Toxicology; 26, Orfila, a man aged 44, took half an ounce of verdigris; 27, same, poisoning by food cooked in Cuprum Metallicum copper; 28, Frank, Journ. de Med., 1755, a lady and four daughters by milk soup cooked in Cuprum Metallicum copper (Hempel's Mat. Med., II, 249); 29, Munneke Archiv. f. Hom., 15, 3, 109; persons poisoned by broth cooked in Cuprum Metallicum copper; 30, Escolar, L'Union, 1854, poisoning of an apothecary by pounding verdigris (Herschel's Archiv., 2, 81); 31, Reinhardt and Henke, a man took 3 ounces for suicid, from the same; 32, Davidson, Med. Facts and Obs., London, 1792, p. 61, eight persons poisoned by soup served with a Cuprum Metallicum copper ladle greened by long exposure to the air; 33, Clapton, Clin. Soc. Trans., Lond., 1870, a sailor drank lemon-juice which had stood in a Cuprum Metallicum copper kettle; 34, Corrigan, Dubl. Hosp. Gaz., 1854, poisoning of a man by handling verdigris; 35, Armstrong, five persons poisoned by pudding containing verdigris, Med. Times, 1844 (from Berridge's collection, suppl. to B. J. of Hom., 1874); 36, Journ. de Chimaphila Umbellata Chim. Méd., 1854, four persons poisoned by verdigris in soup (Berridge's Collinsonia Canadensis coll.); 37, Boggs, lady poisoned by an injection from a brass syringe covered with verdigris, Berridge, from Lancet, 1869; 38, Fothergill, poisoning by water from a spring impregnated with Cuprum Metallicum copper, Berridge, from "Caution to Heads of Families," 1790; 39, Journ. Gén. de Méd., 1827, sixteen persons poisoned by milk from a goat that had eaten sour soup from a Cuprum Metallicum copper vessel (goat died), (Berridge's Collinsonia Canadensis coll.); 40, The Chemist, men poisoned by wine from Cuprum Metallicum copper vessels, Berridge's co ll.; 41, Journ. de Connais., 1843, a woman poisoned by verdigris; 42, Reinhardt, Henke's Zeit., 1854 (Band F. M. Ch. Rev.), a man poisoning by 1 1/2 ounces; 43, Moore, Lond. Med. Gaz., 44, p. 487, poisoning of Hindoos on shipboard by verdigris; 44, La Chinque (Lond. Med. Gaz., 4, 155), poisoning by vinegar in which Cuprum Metallicum copper coin had been steeped; 45, Chevallier, Le Cuivre, etc., p. 20, poisoning of four persons by grape-jelly containing acetate of Cuprum Metallicum copper; 46, Pritchard, Lond. Med. Gaz., 11, 211, effects of milk cooked in Cuprum Metallicum copper; 47, Journ. Gén. de Méd. (from Med.-Chir. Rev., 1, 158), poisoning by peas that had stood in Cuprum Metallicum copper vessels; 48, Taylor, Guy's Hosp. Rep., 1866, poisoning of six persons by gravy cooked in Cuprum Metallicum copper; 49, Croserio, Journ. de la Méd. Hom., 1, 1846, poisoning by artichokes kept in a Cuprum Metallicum copper vessel; 50, Breyfogle, Med. Investigator, 8, 481, poisoning of several persons by food cooked in Cuprum Metallicum copper; 51, Elb (from Hering's Cuprum Metallicum Cuprum), effects of Cuprum Metallicum Cupr, ac., accidentally taken in a large (homoeopathic) dose; 52, Degrange, Journ. de Méd. de Bordeaux (Lond. Med. Gaz., 31), fatal poisoning by the carbonate.

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