When is Ferrum met., the great anaemic remedy, indicated in this trouble?
When the patient has the appearance of full bloodedness or plethora, which is followed by a paleness and earthiness of the race and puffiness of the extremities.
When is cinchona indicated in Anaemia?
When caused by loss of fluids, as from long-continued diarrhoea or hemorrhage, a condition when the quality of he blood is changed
In what similar conditions is Calcarea phosphorica useful?
In chlorosis or the “green sickness.” The face is white, pale or swallow. or waxy and greenish, and the menses are apt to be too early.
Give symptoms of Pulsatilla, another remedy is anaemic and chlorotic conditions.
After abuse of iron and quinine the system is relaxed and the patient feels worm out, is consistently chilly and she suffers from uterine and menstrual derangements. It will often by the first remedy to use if the case comes from allopathic hands.
What is a clinical use of Ferrum aceticum?
In stubborn anaemia and debility. In children who grow tall rapidly and are so active that they become easily exhausted they keep thin, weak and pale.
Give indications for Ferrum Phosphoricum in anaemia,.
It is useful to improve the quantity of the red blood corpuscles and follows, Calcarea phosphorica well, but should be indicated by general symptoms.
When is Natrum mur. indicated?
Anaemia from loss of fluids. Especially in women who suffer from menstrual disorders; blood is impoverished.
When is Alumina a remedy is anaemic and chlorotic conditions?
When they occur at puberty, and there is an abnormal craving or indigestible substances as slate pencils, chalk, etc.
Give indications for Graphites.
Mucous membranes pale. Throbbing on lying down at night; tendency to rash of blood to head.