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Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Tanninum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Tannic acid. C14H10O9,2H2O. Trituration. Solution in rectified spirit.
Tannin or Tannic acid, of which Gallic acid (C7H6O5) is a derivative, has produced effects on healthy persons, and on several taking it for diarrhoea. The chief effects were the production of a state of leathery dryness of mouth and intestinal canal; a condition like ileus; and a very aggravated state of constipation.≡ show all authors ...
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Leathery dryness of mucous membrane of mouth and intestinal canal.
Tongue white, dry.≡ show all authors ...
The intestines could be felt like cylindrical enlargements through walls of abdomen.
Abdomen distended; sensitive to pressure but not distended.
Obstinate vomiting of bilious substances.
Loss of appetite.
Painful sensation in epigastric region and abdomen.
Violent pains in stomach.≡ show all authors ...
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Painless and bloody discharge from bowels.
Obstinate constipation; lasted eight days; only dissipated on the ninth day by two drops of Croton Tiglium Croton oil.
Foul stools.≡ show all authors ...