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Kali Bichromicum - Skin symptoms - Clarke

Bichromate Of Potash, Kali Bich, Kal Bich, Kali-bich, Kalium Bichromicum, Kali Chromicum, Kali. Bich., Kali-bi.


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HPUS indication of Kali Bichromicum: Sinuses

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


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SKIN

Skin

Hot, dry, and red skin all over body.

Dry eruption, like measles, over whole body.

Small pustules over whole body, similar to smallpox; they disappear without bursting open.

Pustules over whole body, appearing on inflamed parts of skin, as large as a pea, with a small black scab in middle.

Blood-boil on r. thigh; on r. side of spine, near the last rib; painful on the least motion.

Small pustules on roots of nails, spreading over hands to wrist; arm became red and axillary glands suppurated; the small pustules on hands secreted a watery fluid when they were broken; if they were not touched the fluid became thickened to a yellow, tough mass.

The eruption begins in hot weather.

Suppurating tetter (ecthyma).

The pustulous eruption resembling small-pox, with a hair in the middle, is more prominent on face and arms.

Brown spots (on throat) like freckles.

Blister, full of serum, in sole of r. foot.

Scabs on fingers, or corona glandis.

Ulcers, dry, form oval; have overhanging edges, a bright red, inflamed areola, hard base; movable on subjacent tissues; dark spot in centre; after healing the cicatrix remains depressed.

After an abrasion, a swelling like a knot, forming an irregular ulcer, covered with a dry scab and painful to touch; under skin is felt a hard, movable knot, like a corn, with a small ulcerated spot in middle, where it touches the cuticle; the hard knotty feel remains after the healed ulcer is covered with white skin.

Ulcers corrode and become deeper, without spreading in circumference.

Ulcers esp. painful in cold weather.

Ulcers on previously inflamed feet.

Ulcers on fingers, with carious affection of the bones.

Hands become covered with deep, stinging cicatrices.

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