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Zincum Metallicum - Mental (inc. personality) symptoms - T.F. Allen

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HPUS indication of Zincum Metallicum: Varicose veins

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

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Fanciful illusions when holding the head down, as though she had a large goitre, which she could not see over,

Attacks of great loquacity,

Much talking of other people, even of those of whom he is fond, affects his nerves, and makes him morose and impatient,

Talking and listening were distressing,

Lively and excited,

Very joyful, excited mood, especially towards evening,

He is frequently able to laugh excessively over a trifle, but he is just as easily vexed,

Good-humored and talkative,

Very happy at times,

Easily excited to anger, and very much affected thereby,

Easily excited to anger, but quiet,

Easily becomes angered,

Vexation and anxiety,

He wishes that the might get hold of some one on whom he could vent his anger (though irritated by nothing),

Great sensitiveness to noise,

Sobbing on account of vexation, without obvious reason, with pressive pain in the op of the head,

Overpowering sadness,


Mood depressed and sad,

Somewhat depressed (after six days),


During the menses anxiety,

Anxious mood, as from a misfortune (first eight days),

Anxiety that made her restless, in the morning (after eight days),

Very uneasy mood, as through he had committed a crime,

Mood uneasy, unsteady (after two days),

Anxiety on account of thieves or horrible apparitions while awake, like a feverish fancy,

Apprehension and ennui; she seeks society,

Apprehensive and lachrymose mood, which disappears in the evening,

Hypochondriac mood three hours after dinner, with pressure under the short ribs, especially of the right side, with aversion to work and discomfort over the whole body, without trace of flatulence or of overloading the stomach (after five days),

Irritable, startled,

Easily irritated, peevish; the talking of other people and every noise are intolerable,

At noon, irritable peevish, terrified; in the evening better,

Ill-humored and indolent (first day); lively and joyful later,

Ill-humored and sad (second day),


Very impatient, but not bad-humored,

Morose in the morning (eight day),

Extremely gloomy and morose,

She looks very morose, gloomy and disturbed, even in the morning,

Morose and peevish in the evening, though well disposed,

Morose, peevish, and fretful, in the afternoon,

During the menses peevish and lachrymose,

Fretful, morose, several days, inclined to have a secret grudge and to vexation; he is for the most part quiet, and it frets him to be obliged to speak a word,

Fretful, despondent mood, especially in the evening,

Indifferent (after thirteen days),

Alternately irritable, fretful, quarrelsome, despondent, and depressed,

Extremely variable mood; sad at noon, melancholy; in the evening contented and happy (second and third days),


Dread of work, disinclination to work,

Mental operations very difficult (first eight days),

Difficult to grasp ideas and to co-ordinate thoughts,

Answers were slow, and he spoke as if in a bad temper,

Imaginative power excited (first day),

Quiet thoughts of death in the afternoon, with weakness,

Disconnected ideas (after sixteen days),

Loss of thought and a soporous condition of mind,

Forgetful of what has been accomplished during the day,

Great forgetfulness,

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