Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Kali Cyanatum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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1, Lembke, provings with 1st and 2d trits. (1 to 50), doses of 2d trit., 1 to 8 grains, of 1st trit., 3 to 35 grains, afterwards with a solution of 1 grain crude in a drachm of water, doses increased to 20 drops each, A. H. Z., 49, 179; 2, Mr. ---, took 3d trit., night and morning to third morning, Pub. Mass. Hom. Med. Soc., II, p. 18; 3, same, took 1st trit., night and morning, for four days; 4, another man took 1st trit. (first, second, and eighth days), from same; 5, Weidner, effects of about 12 grains in solution, Casp. Woch., 1845 (Frank's Mag., 1, 163); 6, a physician took about same dose, from same; 7, Wagner, a man took a large quantity of a strong solution, Archiv f. Phys., 1859 (S. J., 105, 176); 8, Blondlott, effects of a solution (?), J. de Chimaphila Umbellata Chim. Méd., 1856 (S. J., 90, 169); 9, Gunther, effects of a solution (?), Archiv f. Hom., 12, 1, 142; 10, Orfila, fatal tox. by an injection of 200 grains; 11, Ware, a woman took about 7 grains in a solution, Bost. Med. and Surg. J., 1856, p. 387; 12, Perry, a child with slight cough took about 4 grains in solution, N. Am. J. of Hom., 1852, p. 475; 13, Krause, a man took about 1 drachm, Am. J. of Med. Sc., N. S., 58, p. 422; 14, Dr. O. R. King, a girl of six years, tasted of a solution containing 20 grains to an ounce Am. Hom. Rev., 1, 563; 15, Schauenstein, three cases of poisoning, Am. J. Med. Sc., 1860, p. 279; 16, Ebersberger, a girl aged three, took about 6 grains, Syd. Yr. Book, 1860, p. 460; 17, Damme, effects of removing Argentum Metallicum silver stains with KCy and vinegar, Br. and For. Med.-Chir. Rev., 1863, p. 535; 18, Carriere, effects of injection of a solution, Bull. Gén. de Thér., 77, 458; 19, Scholz, a man swallowed a piece the size of a pea, Monats. Bl., A. H. Z., 15, p. 7; 20, Stearns, effects in a healthy man, Am. J. Med. Sc., 1869, p. 408; 21, Frank, effects of a solution, Vjs. f. Geranium Maculatum Ger. Med., 1868; 22, Taylor, effects of 3 grains in solution (followed immediately by sulphate of iron and mustard and water, till vomiting was induced); 23, Arnold, effects of about 1 grain on self, Am. J. Med. Sc., 1869, p. 103.
24, E. Sandwell, Lancet, 1864 (2), p. 648, a child swallowed a drachm, dissolved in water, after a full meal; 25, Wm. Gillibrand, Lancet, 1876 (2), p. 223, a man, aet. thirty-five years, took between 50 and 60 grains; 26, A. H. Newth, M.D., Med. Times and Gaz., 1877 (1), p. 335, poisoning of a man; 27, Geo. F. Sonwers, M.D., Phil. Med. Times, vol. viii, 1877-8, p. 345, a photographer worked some days with it, both in substance and solution.
Potassium cyanide, KCy.
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