Magnesia Muriatica - General symptoms - T.F. AllenMagnesium Chloride, Muriate Of Magnesia, Mag Mur, Mag-mur, Mag m, Mag-m.
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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Magnesia Muriatica in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
Illusions of fantasy. as she was reading a book it seemed as though some one were reading after her, and she were obliged to read more rapidly.
with humming and buzzing before her ear.
on rising it seemed as though she were looking over great clouds and rocks, which gradually disappeared.
then she was attacked with anxiety, apprehension, and uneasiness, so that she did not know what to do.
on farther looking about, all these illusions disappeared, but returned on beginning to read again, until at last she was drawn away and averted by several people coming to her (the prover remembers having a similar illusion in her early youth, over which she wept violently and could not be quieted for a long time), (sixth day),.
Tension in the epigastric region, with pain as from ulceration, especially when touched, also violent in the evening after lying down, she slept well till 1 A.M., when she awoke with violent pain.
it seemed as though the bowels were cut to pieces.
on stretching out the body the pain extended over the whole abdomen and into the groins, with heat in the head, and at last it rose into the throat like a ball, and almost took away her breath.
she cried out that she should suffocate.
at first tossed about the bed, and then about the bed, and then about the floor.
this lasted two hours, and was relieved by nothing.
she endeavored to eructate, which at last was accomplished, together with emission of flatus, after which the whole paroxysm was relieved.
during this uninterrupted and persistent pain she was obliged to lie bent, and could tolerate no covering.
afterwards she slept till morning (after fifteen days),.
Spasmodic drawing and tearing in the abdomen, extending from below upward as far as the right side of the chest, where he experiences a spasmodic constrictive griping, with some oppression of the breath.
this lasted five hours, and became worse after eating cherries, but was relieved by pressure with the hand, from 5 to 6 P.M.
next day at 5.30 P.M. he was attacked by similar cramps in the abdomen, but less severe,.