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Nitro Muriatic Acid. - Appendix symptoms - T.F. Allen

Aqua Regia, Nitromuriaticum Acidum, Nitro-muriatic Acid, Acid nit mur Nit-m-ac.


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HPUS indication of Nitro Muriatic Acid.: Low spirits

Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Nitro Muriatic Acid. in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.


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APPENDIX

Authorities

1, Dr. J. C. Morgan, Hahn. Month., 6 (1870), p. 186, took 2 drops of 1st dec. dil. at 11 P.M. first day, 1 drop at noon, second day, took two sips of a solution of 3 drops in 2 ounces of water, third day; 2, Dr. C. Winslow, ibid., took 1/10 of a drop of 1st dil., three times first day, twice second day; 3, Dr. M. M. Walker, took 2 drops of 30th dil. (one dose); 3a, same, repeated same dose; 4, Dr. Graves, Lond. Quart. Journ. (N. Am. J. of Hom., 1, 518), effects of fumes of the concentrated acid, in a woman.

Preparation

Acidum nitroso-muriaticum; Acidum chloro-nitrosum. NO2Cl2 (or Cl2NO).

Aqua Marina Aqua regia.

A mixture of three parts of Hydrochloric and one part of Nitric Acid Nitric acid.

Preparation, Dilutions with distilled water.

Supplement

NITRO-Muriaticum Acidum MURIATIC ACID.

Authority.5, H. Scott, M.D., Amer. Med. Recorder, vol. i, 1818, p. 84; the acid used was formed my mixing three parts of the Nitrous acid with one of Muriaticum Acidum Muriatic acid.

Bombay, April 27th, 1798. I bathed in a bath which was merely acidulous. It covered the whole body below the head. I staid in half an hour, and it was nearly of the temperature of the body.

April 28th. Bathed again, keeping the bath at the same temperature or making it rather higher, and of the same strength in regard to acid. I staid in it half an hour. I still feel no material effects from the bath. Pulse after bathing 76. The only apparent action of the acrid is on such animal matters as are unprotected by life, with which it forms an acid soap.

29th. Bathed again, and continued as before, for half an hour in the bath. To-day the bath was hardly as hot as the body. About half an hour after bathing yesterday, I became sensible of an odd sensation about my gums, my jaws, and my teeth.

30th. Bathed again, and staid half an hour in the bath. It was rather warmer than my body. Since yesterday I have been sensible of some uneasiness in my throat on swallowing. I feel a disposition to salivation at times, but I am otherwise well. My gums, both above and below, are somewhat reddened. I was for some time disposed to ascribe these effects to imagination, but they have continued all this day, and leave me no doubt of their reality. I am in good health.

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