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Kali Bromatum - Generalities symptoms - Hering

Bromide Of Potash, Kali Brom, Kali-brom, Kalium Bromatum, Kalium Bromicum, Kali-br.


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HPUS indication of Kali Bromatum: Thirst

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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GENERALITIES

Sleep

Sleepiness; deep sleep, often broken by a start, though waking is very difficult; confused dreams.

Awakes from a profound sleep, not knowing where he is.

Sleeplessness, especially in anaemic patients, or nervous persons who are exhausted but irritated.

Waking 11.

Nausea and vomiting

Sick and giddy.

Repeated retching and emesis.

Tissues

Muscles irritated, rendered inco-ordinate and then paralyzed.

Lowers temperature, with coldness of extremities, hands and wrists icy-cold and wet, cerebral irritation, in cholera infantum. See 1, 3, 20, 40.

Emaciation; weak, pallid.

Nerves

Lessens reflex excitation, hence its antipathic application to epilepsy and kindred affections.

Nervous, busy, must occupy oneself; often in nervous women.

Nervous excitement, irritation and congestion of the cerebral meninges, with mania, etc.

Inco-ordination of muscles; nervous weakness, even paralysis of motion and numbness.

Gait unsteady, reeling as if drunk, with rolling and staggering; as one walks with locomotor ataxia.

Looks to see if legs are really moving.

Weakness of the extensors of legs and feet.

Languor, disinclined to talk, or use mind or work, indifferent, sleepy, yet by a strong effort of will can act as usual.

General delirium, hallucinations, fancies about being persecuted, ataxia; as in general paralysis.

Restlessness, fitfulness of motion, with giddiness.

Temperature and weather

High temperature 46.

Winter 46.

Chill, Fever and Sweat.

Lowers the temperature 1° to 2°. Pulse 40. Skin cold, clammy. See 1, 3, 20, 44.

Painful flushings of the face at the climacteric period.

Sweat abundant, viscid; long-lasting and exhausting.

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