Homeopathy Remedy Baryta Acetica

Baryta Acetica homeopathy drug symptoms from Handbook of Materia Medica and Homeopathic Therapeutics by T.F. Allen, of the homeopathic remedy Baryta Acetica…

      Dissolve the acetate of Barium in distilled water for use (one to nine). Action and Affinities, as Baryta carb., except the modifications by Acetic acid.


      Lies on his back, deprived of voluntary motion. Discoloration of tissues, with emaciation. Bruised feeling in whole body, with weariness and heaviness of lower limbs: B. pain in spots, slowly increasing and decreasing. DRawing in whole body, now here, now there, especially in joints. Indescribable malaise. Inability to cough, to expectorate, to articulate words of more than two syllables (owing to failure in expiration), or to lift head from the pillow.

Weakness (Acet-ac); after eating, with depression, discomfort, constant desire for stool, and anxiety in lumbar region, as in dysentery; with constant desire to lie or sit.; with giving way of knees when standing, pain in spine, especially in lumbar region, as after a pain in spine, especially in lumbar region as after a long ride, discomfort in whole in whole body and constant desire to sit, or rather lie, would rather walk than stand. Paralysis extends rapidly downward, affecting first the abdominal muscles, then those which have their insertions in chest, then those of neck, lastly sphincters of bladder and rectum. The symptoms (tearing, drawing, throbbing) in head and limbs appear more on I. side.


      Wavering long between opposite resolutions. Resolved during the day that she will undertake a certain matter in the evening but scarcely has the time come when she repents and is undecided whether to do it or not. He purposes a short journey, but as soon as he makes preparations he is inclined to remain at home. Self-confidence has disappeared Anthropophobia. Sadness. Grief at every trifle. sudden fearful suspicion, for example, that a friend was taken suddenly deathly ill. solicitude; with fear, the slightest noise in the street seems like a fire alarm, and he is so frightened that he starts in every limb. Dread, when walking in the street she imagines that people are judging her wrongly, which causes anxiety, so that she will not look up and sweats over the whole body. Fretfulness; disinclination to work. Sudden but transient anger. Obstinacy, irritation and excitement about trifles. Forgetful of the word he was about to speak; of a common word in the midst of a speech (bar c.).


      Pressing as if it would burst, especially in frontal eminences and over orbits. Dullness; will tensive confusion in forehead and eyes, especially in inner canthi. Confusion, with heaviness; C., extending to temple and forehead. Light feeling as if empty. vertigo; on moving body.

Stitch outward in r. frontal eminence. Burrowing in forehead and temples. Pressure over r. eye.; stupefying, over root of nose. Pain pressing outward in forehead, (<) raising head, (>) stooping, especially in orbits. Deep-seated twitching in I. temple, orbit and ear. Thrust outward in I. temple. Aching in I. temple. Burrowing in top and front of head almost every morning after rising, (>) afternoon, with loose sensation in brain on shaking it.

Pressing-asunder stitch in I. side, traversing I. occiput and ending in cervical vertebrae. Aching in r. half of brain, from neck to frontal protuberance. Sudden drawing in occiput, extending over r. ear and lower jaw. Heaviness in occiput, especially close to her neck, with tension. Scalp painful to touch stitches here and there on scalp., compelling scratching. Creeping, as if hair stood on end. Formication, with pricking under scalp and under skin of face. Head and face feel as if covered with parchment.


      Aching, with fatigue. Pressure in I. after a twinging pain in I. temple and orbit, with sensation as if eye would water and weakness compelling her to close the lids, afterwards same weakness same sensation in r. eye; deep seated pressure, (<) looking or looking downward. Pressure on balls. Rapid alternations of dilatation and contraction of pupil, whereby it has obtuse angles. Vision misty if she closes the eyes and presses the balls, with aching in balls.


      Stitches below r. near ramus of jaw; drawing, in I. mastoid process, aggravated at intervals, then pain in the spot,. (<) touching it or turning head.

Clinical Neuralgia behind r. ear.


      Pallor, with drawn features and dropping eyebrows; cadaverous P. Feeling as if much swollen, but is only slightly so. Feeling as if covered with cobwebs (Graph). Sensation as if something were drawn tightly over F. and scalp, especially in temporal drawn down eyelids, with inclination to expectorate saliva; T., with nausea and diarrhoea.

Lips-Pustules in r. corner, with pain on touch. Broad wheals under skin of upper, with pain on touch. Upper feels swollen, with sensation on inner surface and on palate as if burnt or numb.


      Painful swelling of gums of r. upper back tooth, with redness and a dark-red border around tooth, pain in tooth from cold drinks and sensitiveness in its vicinity. Tongue cold and somewhat black. Utterance imperfect. Constant spitting of saliva without nausea. Taste detestable; bitter, but natural to food; pungent in throat on smoking tobacco.


      Appetite great, but if satisfied then discomfort and heaviness. Aversion to eating, yet hunger. Satiety. Little appetite, food will not go down, it is repugnant and eating gives discomfort. Appetite as from a stone and gnawing, the pain transiently (>) by stretching up or bending backward, (<) sitting bent. Thirst.

Empty eructations; with insipid taste and salivation; with sensation in epigastric region as if it would fore itself through, which causes soreness, then tasteless eructations. Nausea; when walking, (<) touching of bile and brownish substance (probably the chocolate taken in the morning). Retching. Vomiting most every hour; copious V.

Sticking below pit, near ensiform cartilage, continuing as a simple pain. Writhing pain when food passes into it, as if it forced its way against sore places. Pain; in epigastric region, (<) slightest food, with pressure of breath and sensation as if on deep breathing the breath were arrested there, with a rough voice, which is only transiently (>) by frequent hawking. Intermittent sudden drawing pain in pit. Sensitiveness in pit, pain on every hard step. Sore pain in pit on pressure and on breathing; sore pain, even when fasting; (<) standing, walking and sitting bent, with gnawing, but when lying on back, bending forward or pressing on stomach she feels only the pain, not the gnawing. Heaviness in morning fasting, (>) breakfast, with nausea; in pit, making respiration difficult, (>) deep breathing, (<) carrying a slight weight. Heartburn after eructations.


      Borborygmi; with grumbling. Gurgling; in afternoon on moving it,. with sensation of much fluid in it though she had drunk nothing. Griping extending downwards. Pain as from diarrhoea, drawing to and fro, (>) transiently by rumbling. Sensation as before diarrhoea, with chilliness. Sensation in upper as before vomiting. Sudden stitches in r., making her cry out. Aching spot in r. hypochondriac region, only on inspiration (, deep breathing); with pain on pressure. Pinching in a spot below I. hypochondrium, (<) pressure of finger; sudden, in region of transverse colon, as if flatus pressed through it. Sudden stitch from r. groin into abdomen. Sudden constrictive pain above pubes, worse by paroxysms.

Rectum and Stool

      Frequent urging to stool, with pain in lumbar region and creeping coldness over head and along thighs, as if dysentery, then soft stool at intervals, Urging with pain as if the intestines were spread out,. then soft step; with renewed urging. Frequent desire, but she goes no oftener than usual, and the passage then is natural. Stool half liquid, then constipation. Stool soft, finally like diarrhoea; soft, granular. Involuntary stools.

Urinary and Sexual Organs

      necessity to pass clear watery urine frequently, though little at a time. Frequent and copious micturition in morning before eating or drinking. Almost complete incontinence of urine and faeces. Urine increased; and clear. Much mucus in urine. Sweat on scrotum. The formerly swollen epididymus swells anew violently. Desire diminished.

Respiratory Organs and Chest

      Pressure just below larynx. Voice extinct. Voice rough on account of tough mucus in throat and larynx, on hawking he raises but little and makes his voice clear for but a short time. Respiration imperfect; and frequent, respiratory sound almost imperceptible. Stitch between r. sixth and seventh ribs. Heaviness across chest, (<) inspiration, which causes sticking beneath upper end of sternum.

Heart and Pulse

      Heart sounds dull, deep. Pulse rapid and small; slow irregular.


      Aching extending from cervical vertebrae to behind r. ear, obliquely to parietal bone, at 4 P.M. and afterwards, on two days. Tensive pain on I. side


      Relaxation of posterior muscle of trunk after vomiting. Stitch on I, scapula. Anxiety in lumbar region, with discomfort and restlessness, like urging to stool, (>) passage of flatus or empty eructations, then frequent soft stools. Throbbing, grumbling sensation in lower part of small of back.

TF Allen
Dr. Timothy Field Allen, M.D. ( 1837 - 1902)

Born in 1837in Westminster, Vermont. . He was an orthodox doctor who converted to homeopathy
Dr. Allen compiled the Encyclopedia of Pure Materia Medica over the course of 10 years.
In 1881 Allen published A Critical Revision of the Encyclopedia of Pure Materia Medica.