Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Kali Bromatum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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1, Dr. Hoering, Inaug. Diss., Tubingen, 1838 (Hygea, 8, p. 547), took daily doses of 1 grain, afterwards increased; 2, Dr. Hermerdinger, Inaug. Diss., Tubingen, 1838 (Hygea, 10, 449), took 1/2 drachm in water, fasting, and afterwards 1 drachm in six divided doses, during one day; 3, Otto Graef, De Kali Bich Kali bromat., Leipsic, 1840 (A. H. Z., 19, 126), took of a solution daily doses, afterwards increased and repeated; 4, same, M. M., a man, 22 years old; 5, same, R., a man, 26 years old, effects of larger doses; 6, same, K., 24 years old; 7, same, L., 32 years old; 8, same, M., 27 years old; 9, same, M., 27 years old (another prover); 10, same, S., 25 years old; 11, same, B., 28 years old; 12, Bowditch, Boston Med. Jour., Oct. 1868, effects of 30 grains, experiment on a medical student; 13, Rabuteau, Gaz. Hebd., April 24th, 1868, experiment on self with 1 gramme (dissolved in water); 14, Laborde, experiment on self with 15 grammes, taken twice, Gaz. Méd. de Paris, 1869, p. 553; 14a, same, effects of 6 to 8 grammes, repeated once after a quarter or half an hour; 15, Bill, Am. Jour. Med. Sci., N. S., 56, 17, experiment on one individual (effects on urine); 16, Amburger, experiment on self and other physicians with 218 grains of pure drug, taken between 2 and 3 P.M., Practitioner, Jan. 1874; 17, Nicol and Mossop, observations on selves by ophthalmoscope on eight occasions after doses of 10 grains to 1 drachm, Brit. and For. Med.-Chir. Rev., July, 1872; 18, Huette, general effects of doses of 10 to 15 grammes, Gaz. Méd. de Paris, June, 1850; 19, Garrod, general effects, Med. Times and Gaz., 1864, p. 276; 20, Bartholow, general effects, Am. Jour. Med. Sci., N. S., 51, 1866, p. 282 (Cincinnati Lancet and Obs.); 21, Tilbury Fox, Lancet, 1867, p. 455, general effects; 22, Harneau, poisoning of an epileptic female by daily doses for a year of about 16 grammes, Gaz. Hebd., April, 1868; 23, Braman, poisoning of man with asthma by 20 grains, Boston Med. and Surg. Jour., June, 1868; 24, Cholmeley, effects of 15 to 25 grains, three times daily, on a lad aged 13, for epilepsy, Brit. Med. Jour., Dec. 1869; 25, Bazaine, "Bromism" in general produced in about ten days by 30 to 40-grain doses two or three times a day, Brit. Jour. of Hom., 27, 10; 26, Brit. Med. Jour., Oct. 1869, took 20 grains a day (it soon stopped the "petit mal"), and increased to 70 and 80 grains a day; 27, Clarke, effects of 1/2-drachm doses at 11 A.M. and 5 1/2 P.M., Brit. Med. Jour., Oct. 1869; 28, Williams, effects in epileptic patients, all more or less insane, Brit. Jour. of Hom., 22, 684 (Med. Times and Gaz.); 29, Hammond, effects of 30 grains three times a day for paralysis agitans, Brit. Med. Jour., Jan. 1870 (Quar. Jour. of Psycol. Med., 1869); 30, Hammond, a man with severe headaches took, of a solution of 1 ounce to 4 ounces of water, a teaspoonful three times a day; headache removed, but following mental symptoms always occurred after the drug; from Hale's Monograph on Kali brom., 1870; 31, same, a lady, epileptic, took 30 grains three times a day, dose afterwards increased to 40 grains, ibid.; 32, same, similar case, ibid.; 33, same, man with paralysis agitans took 30-grain doses three times a day, ibid.; 34, Van Buren, effects of large doses in woman with epilepsy, ibid.; 35, same, similar case, ibid.; 36, same, similar case, ibid.; 37, same, large doses for paralysis agitans in a man; 38, same, large doses for epilepsy in a woman; 39, same, man took 20 grains three times a day for wakefulness; 40, same, 15-grain doses for epilepsy in a woman; 41, same, effect of 1-drachm doses in epilepsy; 42, same, a man took for wakefulness 20 grains at 11 P.M. and 3 A.M.; 42a, same, a lady took an ounce in the course of a month; 43, Dr. Fabret, general effects in epilepsy; 44, Lisigue in same; 45, Wood, after several moderate doses effects suddenly appear, Brit. Med. Jour., Oct. 1871; 46, same, effect of increasing doses up to a drachm three times a day in acute mania; 47, same, effect of 1/2 to 1 drachm three times a day in general paralysis of insane; 48, Clarke and Amory, general effects, Monograph, Boston, 1874; 49, C. Wesselhoeft, effects of nightly doses of 5 to 20 grains for three days for nervous depression, sleeplessness, etc., N. E. Med. Gaz., 8, p. 514; 50, Neumann, general effects, Wien. Med. Woch., 1873; 51, Turnbull, effects of protracted use of drug from Hale's Monograph; 52, Ramskill, gastric effects, from Hale; 53, Puche, effects of enormous doses (360 grains) in syphilitic patients, Hale; 54, Voisin, "De l'Eruptions de Bromium Brom. de Pot.," p. 70, general effects; 55, same, effects in a boy with epilepsy of 1 1/2 to 5 grammes daily for seven months; 56, same, large doses in an epileptic boy; 57, same, in an epileptic female; 58, same, similar case; 59, same, similar case; 60, same, general effects; 61, Lubben, a maniacal woman took 2 1/2 grammes three times daily, Allg. Zeit. für Psychol., 1874; 62, same, effects on an epileptic patient after ten days; 63, Palm, poisoning of children by crystals, Med. Corresp. Blatt, 1852.
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