Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Magnesia Carbonica in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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CARBONATE OF MAGNESIA.
It is precipitated from a solution of Epsom salts (sulphate of magnesia), in a sufficiency of water, by dropping in a solution of pure mild carbonate of soda (or potash). It is washed repeatedly with a quantity of distilled water, filtered and dried on paper.
It has shown itself especially useful in chronic diseases where the following symptoms were concomitant
Black spots before the eyes.
the eyes are closed in the morning by suppuration.
hardness of hearing. toothache in pregnant women.
throbbing toothache in single stitches.
nocturnal toothache, with ulcerative pains when the teeth meet together.
the speech is frequently suddenly interrupted.
contractive pain in the stomach.
inguinal hernia. costiveness.
lack of sexual impulse.
lack of erections. retarded menses.
. stoppage of the nose.
stuffed coryza. attacks of tearing in the top of the shoulder, also at night, with formication extending into the fingers and inability of moving the arm for pain.
sprained pain in the shoulder-joint, when moving it.
cracking of the skin on the hands.
furuncle on the leg. itching.
frequent sudden falling down, while conscious, while standing or walking.
epileptic fits. drowsiness by day.
insomnia from nocturnal tightness in the hypogastrium.
dreams, also anxious ones, every night.
The symptoms marked () are from the of Drs. Hartlaub and Trinks; these are not marked with any name of the authors, but they have altogether the stamp of having been issued from the ever-ready symptom-factory of ; , ; ; .
Magnesia Carbonica also like its two predecessors was one of the medicines of the first edition. It contains there one hundred and twenty-eight symptoms. The additions here from SchréTerebinthina ter and Wahle are to be ascribed to provings with the thirtieth.
but the bulk of them (eight hundred and one in their original form) comes from Nenning. .
Syncopal vertigo, in the evening, after lying down, with coldness and then inclination to vomit, for a half hour.
then sleep, with frequent awaking, with violent nausea at the slightest motion.
it was worst in the morning after rising.
at the same time, taste and eructation as from rotten eggs, with pale face and coldness (25th d.).;.
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