Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Platinum Metallicum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Dejected, taciturn, sad.
She imagines herself deserted and standing alone in the world.
Anxiety, with trembling of the hands and ebullition of heat.
Anxiety and palpitation, especially during a walk.
Anxiety is frequently suddenly felt all through the body.
Great anxiety, with violent palpitation, when she wishes to talk in company; so that speaking is hard for her.
Anguish as if about to die, as if unconsciousness would ensue, with trembling in all the limbs, arrested breathing and intense palpitation.
Anxious and oppressed about the heart, and peevish all day long.
Sensation as if he would have to die soon, with horror at the thought.
Sensation as if she would have to die soon, with great inclination to weep and actual weeping.
Great restlessness of mind, so that she knows not where to stay, with gloominess which spoils even what should be most enjoyable; she imagines she is not fit for this world, is tired of life, but has a great horror of the death she believes to be approaching.
Very much depressed and indolent, in the morning (aft. 48 h.).
Sullen and discontented.
Ill-humored for a long time, from a slight vexation; he only talks when he is obliged to; extremely unkind, abrupt and quarrelsome.
At odds with all the world, everything is too close for her, with inclination to weep.
Sad and sullen, she sits solitary, without speaking and she cannot ward off sleep; then inconsolable weeping, especially when she is addressed.
Taciturnity and involuntary weeping, even after the most friendly address, so that she gets vexed about it herself.
Tendency to weep and weeping, after a mild reproach.
Lachrymose, gloomy mood, especially in the evening.
Much affected, especially in the afternoon and evening.
Very much inclined to weep, and peevish; she has often to weep involuntarily; this relieves her.
Inclination to weep and gloominess, worse in the room, better in the open air.
Very much inclined to weep, and too much affected by the least cause.
Sad and sullen on the first morning; the next morning inexpressibly happy, especially in the open air, so that she felt like embracing everybody and could have laughed over the most sad things.
Very serious and taciturn the first day; the next day everything seems to her funny and ludicrous.
Great merriment, so that she could have danced, half an hour after the weeping.
At first great merriment for two days; everything seems joyful, she could have laughed at the most sad things; then on the third day great sadness, in the morning and evening, with weeping, even about joyful and ludicrous matters, also when she is addressed.
Involuntary inclination to whistle and sing.
While the mind is cheerful, the body suffers, and vice versa when the mind is affected, the body feels well.
Sensation of augmented strength, mental tranquility and disposition to think.
Very cross, and readily becomes passionate; he could have cudgeled innocent persons.
Very cross and irritated at harmless matters and words; so that she at times would have liked to have beaten herself and friends.
Vacillation of mind.
Contemptuous pitying looking down on people at other times respected, with a certain disdain, in paroxysms, against her will.
During this caprice of contempt, suddenly a voracious hunger and eager, hasty eating; at the usual meal-time there is then no appetite, she eats without relish.
Haughty, proud feelings.
Indifferent, cold, abstracted in company of friends, in the open air; she only answers when she has to, and only reflects afterward whether her answer had been proper; her thoughts were always absent, without her being conscious on what they dwelled.
Indifference, he felt unconcerned as to whether his absent wife would die or not.
She feels as if she did not at all belong to her family; after a short absence everything appears to be quite changed.
Absent-mindedness; she listens to conversations, but at the end she knows nothing about them.
Great absent-mindedness and forgetfulness, she does not even hear what is spoken before her, even when she is addressed emphatically and repeatedly.
Indisposed to mental work.
Muddled feeling, especially in the forehead.
The head feels pre-occupied.
Dull, painful muddled feeling in the forehead.
Dull, pressive pre-occupation of the head, as if there was a board before the head, frequently.≡ more ...