Plumbum MetallicumLead, Plumbum, Plumb Plb.
Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Plumbum Metallicum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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The great drug for general sclerotic conditions. Lead paralysis is chiefly of extensors, forearm or upper limb, from center to periphery with partial anesthesia or excessive hyperesthesia, preceded by pain. Localized neuralgic pains, neuritis. The blood, alimentary and nervous systems are the special seats of action of Plumbum Metallicum. Haematosis is interfered with, rapid reduction in number of red corpuscles; hence pallor, icterus, anaemia. Constrictive sensation in internal organs.
Delirium, coma and convulsions. Hypertension and arteriosclerosis. Progressive muscular atrophy. Infantile paralysis. Locomotor ataxia. Excessive and rapid emaciation. Bulbar paralysis. Important in peripheral affections. The points of attack for Plumbum Metallicum are the neuraxons and the anterior horns. Symptoms of multiple sclerosis, posterior spinal sclerosis. Contractions and boring pain. All the symptoms of acute Nephritis with amaurosis and cerebral symptoms. GOUT ( Chronic).
Third to thirtieth potency.≡ show all authors ...
▲ MODALITIES ETC
WORSE, at night, motion.
BETTER, rubbing, hard pressure, physical exertion ( Alumen Alumen.)≡ show all authors ...
Compare: Plumb. Acet ( painful cramps in paralyzed limbs; severe pain and muscular cramps in gastric ulcer; locally, as an application (non-homeopathic) in moist eczema, and to dry up secretions from mucous surfaces. Care must be used, as sufficient lead can be absorbed to produce lead poison, one to two drams of the Liquor plumbi subacetatis to the ounce of water; also in pruritus pudendi, equal parts of the Liquor plumbi and glycerin). plumb. jodat ( Has been used empirically in various forms of paralysis, sclerotic degenerations, especially of spinal cord, atrophies, arteriosclerosis, pellagra. Indurations of mammary glands, especially when a tendency to become inflamed appears; sore and painful. Indurations of great hardness and associated with a very dry skin. Lancinating pains of Tabes.)
Compare: Alumina Alumina; Platinum Metallicum Plat.; Opium; Podophyllum Peltatum Podoph.; Merc Viv Merc.; Thallium Thal. Plectranthus (paralysis, spastic, spinal form); Plumb. chromicum (convulsions, with terrible pains; pupils greatly dilated; retracted abdomen); PLUMB. Phosphorus Phosph ( loss of sexual power; Locomotor ataxia).
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fear of being assassinated
Slow perception; loss of memory; amnesic aphasia
Hallucinations and delusions
Emotions, feelings, attitude, disposition; sensitive, oversensitive
Intellectual faculties; impaired thinking; dull, sluggish
Insecure, uncertain, scared; timidity
weakness of memory
weakness of memory; for words
Restlessness, nervousness≡ more ...
Delirium alternating with colic
Tinnitus ( chin.; nat-salic.; carbon)
Pain as if a ball rose from throat to brain
Hair very dry≡ more ...
Optic nerve inflamed
Intraocular, suppurative inflammation
Glaucoma, especially if secondary to spinal lesion
Optic neuritis, central scotoma
Sudden loss of sight after fainting.≡ more ...
Pale and cachetic
Yellow, corpse-like; cheeks sunken
Skin of face greasy, shiny
Tremor of nasolabial muscles.
discoloration; yellow≡ more ...
Cannot put it out, seems paralyzed.
Odour (halitosis, bad breath); offensive
Gums and teeth
Gums swollen, pale; Distinct blue lines along margins of gums
gums; blue line on margin
thin border nearest teeth
Gums; painful tubercles (nodules, knob-like lumps)
Teeth; decay, hollow
Tongue tremulous, red on margin
Discoloration; tongue; brown
Paralysis; tongue≡ more ...
Heart; Cardiac weakness
Pulse soft and small, dicrotic
Wiry pulse, cramp-like constriction of peripheral arteries.≡ more ...
Yellow, dark-brown liver spots
Dilated veins of forearms and legs.
yellow, jaundice, etc.
inability to perspire (see inactivity)
Sensitive≡ more ...
▲ BACK AND NECK
Spinal cord sclerosed
Lightning-like pains; temporarily better by pressure
Paralysis of lower extremities.≡ more ...
Stomach; Contraction in oesophagus and stomach; pressure and tightness
Solids cannot be swallowed.
Excessive colic, Radiating to all parts of body
abdominal wall feels drawn by a string to spine
Pain causes desire to stretch
Intussusception; strangulated hernia
Colic alternates with delirium and pain in atrophied limbs.
radiating; to all parts of body
extending to other parts; to all parts of body
navel; region of navel
sudden, sharp (sticking, etc.); navel
Paralysis of intestines
retention of urine (see urination delayed); colic
urge to urinate, but producing nothing
urination; dribbling (by drops)
pain; extending to other parts; groins
pain; extending to other parts; limbs
Obstructed flatus, with intense colic
Pain; with vomiting, blood and mucus in stool (intussusception)≡ more ...
▲ RECTUM, ANUS, STOOL
Constipation; Stools hard, lumpy, black, with urging and spasm of anus
Obstructed evacuation from impaction of faeces ( Platinum Metallicum Plat.) Neuralgia of rectum
Anus drawn up with constriction.
Frequent, ineffectual tenesmus
Albuminous; low specific gravity
Chronic interstitial nephritis, with great pain in abdomen
Tenesmus of bladder
Emission drop by drop.
inactivity of rectum
Constriction, contraction, closure, etc.
Paralysis (see inactivity)
like sheep dung
Knotty, nodular, lumpy
Scanty≡ more ...
▲ GENITALS ETC
Albuminous (white, thick)
Urine lighter than usual (in weight)
Sugar in urine
Testicles drawn up, feel constricted.
Vulva and vagina hypersensitive
Female; pain; vagina; prolonged contraction or spasm of vagina (vaginismus)
Male; Loss of sexual power
Female; Vaginismus, with emaciation and constipation
Induration of mammary glands
an.; Silicea Sil.) Tendency to abortion
Menorrhagia with sensation of string pulling from abdomen to back
Disposition to yawn and stretch.
Female; miscarriage; tendency to miscarry≡ more ...
▲ EXTREMITIES, LIMBS
Paralysis of single muscles
Cannot raise or lift anything with the hand
Extension is difficult
Paralysis from over exertion of the extensor muscles in piano players ( Curare Curare.) Pains in muscles of thighs; Come in paroxysms
Cramps in calves
Stinging and tearing in limbs, also twitching and tingling, numbness, pain or tremor
Pain in atrophied limbs alternates with colic
Loss of patellar reflex
Hands and feet cold
Pain in Right big toe at night, very sensitive to touch.
Contraction of muscles and tendons; from paralysis of extensors
Emaciated, extremely thin
Heaviness; upper limbs
Movements and positions
flexed; finger (see extremities; hands and feet; clenching)
movement of leg; difficult
shaking; upper limbs
hand; on holding objects
hand; on holding objects; on holding them out
hand; when carrying something to mouth
hand; while writing
Numbness (see tingling); lower limbs
comes on suddenly
comes on suddenly
shooting (see stitching, sudden, sharp); lower limbs
stitching, sudden, sharp
stitching, sudden, sharp; hip
extending to other parts; downward
extending to other parts; knee
tearing; comes on suddenly
tearing; upper limbs
tearing; upper arm
tearing; lower limbs
comes on suddenly
in extensors (muscles to straighten limb)
leg≡ more ...
▲ FEVER AND CHILL
Fever and chill
In the open air
Chilliness (see also whole body; temperature)≡ more ...
Sleep and dreams
rapid muscle spasm
Jerking; as in convulsions
Eating and food; symptoms while fasting
Emaciated (extremely thin)
internally; of suffering parts
sudden, sharp; internally
Weakness (see lethargic, weariness)≡ more ...