WHITE OXIDE OF ARSENIC.
SYMPTOMS GENERALLY WORSE FROM 1 TO 2 P.M. OR 12 TO 2 A.M. (A.).
There is AMELIORATION from heat of all complaints except headache, which is temporarily relieved by cold bathing (Nux vomica, Spigelia); burning pain relieved by heat (A.).
ANXIETY AND RESTLESSNESS VERY HIGHLY MARKED.
DELIRIUM TREMENS (Belladonna, Hyoscyamus, Stramonium) (Br.).
FEAR, FRIGHT AND WORRY MORE MARKED THAN IN ANY REMEDY KNOWN.
DREAD OF DEATH AND YET A DISPOSITION TO SUICIDE (Aurum, Hepar, NIt-Ac., NUx-V) (R.).
Despair; driving him from place to place for relief; weeps (R.). Fear of being left alone (Kali carb., Phosphorus) (N.).
Hears voices and sees animals after having taken alcohol (N.).
Very great anguish and restlessness; cannot rest anywhere, moves from place to place; wants to go from one bed to another (N.).
Avarice (Bryonia, Calcarea, Calcarea fluorica., Cina., Coloc., Lycopodium, Meli., Natrum carbonicum, Pulsatilla, Sepia).
Hallucination of small and sight (Br.).
Thinks it is useless to take medicine, is incurable, is surely giving to die (A.).
Burning pains of an excruciating character (Apis., Anthracinum, Cantharis, Phosphorus, Secale, Sulphur).
The discharges are usually thin, acrid and offensive (Kreosotum, Merc-c., Nit-Ac) (R.).
Haematuria (Cantharis, Colchicum, Hamamelis, Phosphorus, Terebintha). (C.). Albuminuria (Apis, Cantharis, Colchicum, Phosphorus). (C.).
Tearing pains in the limbs, worse during the night and while at rest, after previous powerful exertion and only relieved by walking about and by external heat.
Face deathly pale yellow, cachectic look: swollen, covered with cold sweat; hippocratic (N.).
EXCESSIVE EXHAUSTION, FROM LEAST EXERTION (A.).
FREQUENT SPELLS OF UNCONSCIOUSNESS (Baptisia, Hyoscyamus, Ignatia, Merc-Cy., Natrum muriaticum, Phosphorus).
Periodical pains, with coldness, chills and debility and anxious despair.
Sudden sinking of strength highly prominent in the sphere of drug’s curative usefulness.
WATERY CORYZA: DISCHARGE CAUSES BURNING; OR SMARTING OF NOSTRILS, AS IF SORE (All-C., Arum-T., Merc-C., Natrum muriaticum, (N.).
Nose feels stopped up (Lycopodium, Nux vomica, Pulsatilla, Stict.). (Br.).
Bloatedness or emaciation (Natrum muriaticum, Phosphorus, Sulphur).
Conjunctivae inflamed; extreme redness and dryness of inner surface of lids; they rub painfully against the ball (Borax, Graphites, Natrum muriaticum, Sepia, Sulphur).: burning pains (N.).
Eyelids swollen and oedematous, firmly closed and looks as if distended with air (N.).
THE LACHRYMAL DISCHARGE BURN AND EXCORIATE THE CHEEKS (N.).
Twitching of single parts of the body, when going to sleep.
Grinding of teeth while asleep (Belladonna, Bryonia, Calcarea, Cannabis indica, Cina., Hyoscyamus, Kali-P., Mercurius, Natrum phos., Podophyllum, Sant., Stramonium, Tuberculinum, Veratrum, Zincum met.). (C.).
WATER TASTES BITTER (Calcarea phos., Chin-A.). (K.).
Violent burning on the tongue (C.).
VOMITING OF WHAT HAS BEEN EATEN OR DRUNKEN, OR OF BLACK MATTER WITH IT.
Sensation as if food lodged in the oesophagus (Bar-C., Calcarea, Causticum, China, Digitalis, Gelsemium, Kali carb., Pulsatilla). (K.).
GURGLING IN THE OESOPHAGUS WHEN DRINKING (Cina., Cuprum, Helleborus, Hydr-Ac., Laur.) (K.).
WATERY AND OFFENSIVE DIARRHOEA (Aloe, Bryonia, China, Kali-P., Podophyllum, Secale, Sulphur).
Haemorrhoids, with intense burning, relieved by heat (relieved by cold water- Aloe) (R.).
Phagedenic ulceration, constantly extending its breath (Bt.).
ULCERS, TURNING BLACK, BURNING, WITH HIGH EDGES (Anthracinum).
GANGRENE (Cantharis, Carb-Ac., Kali-P., Lachesis, Phosphorus, Plb., Rhus toxicodendron, Secale, Silicea).
Burns (Cantharis, Sulphur).
Nettle rash or urticaria, caused by eating shell-fish. Wheals attended with burning, itching and restlessness (L.).
Bad effects, like croup, from repercussion of nettle rash or hives (L.).
Leprosy: yellow or white spots; tubercular swelling in the nose; burning ulcers at the ends of the fingers, at the toes, soles of feet, navel and cheek; raised up tubercles; hyperaesthesia and anaesthesia alternating (Alumina, Anacardium, Hydrocot., lachesis, Phosphorus). (L.)(<)
Bran-like, dry, scaly eruptions, with itching and burning; the latter increased by scratching and followed by bleeding (Hr.).
Skin: dry and scaly; cold blue and wrinkled; with cold, clammy perspiration; like parchment; white and pasty; black vesicles and burning pain (A.)(<)
Bad effects from decayed food or animal matter, whether by inoculation, olfaction or ingestion (A.).
General anasarca, with white waxy paleness of the face and great debility (Bt.).
Diarrhoea is renewed after eating or drinking (Aloe, Crot-T., Natrum muriaticum,) (G.).
Diarrhoea of a cadaverous smell, scenting the whole atmosphere of the room (Ra.).
Great thirst for cold water (Bryonia, Natrum muriaticum, Phosphorus, Secale, Sulphur). (A.).
Drinks often, but little at a time (A.).
ASTHMA, WITH CONSTRICTION OF THE CHEST AND ANGUISH, AGGRAVATED BY MOTION; WORSE EVENINGS (Phosphorus). (Bt.).
CANNOT LIE DOWN, FOR FEAR OF SUFFOCATION; HIGHEST DEGREE OF DYSPNOEA (G.).
GREAT ENERVATION AFTER STOOL (Aloe, Phosphorus, Veratrum) (Hm.).
Intense burning sensation, like coals of fire, in the abdomen (Carbo vegetabilis) (Bt.).
Sensation as if a stone was in the stomach (Bryonia, Nux vomica, Pulsatilla) (Bt.).
Violent vomiting of ingesta, serous liquids with flakes, also brown or black substances, with violent burning pains in the stomach and watery diarrhoea accompanied with cramps of the abdominal muscles and extremities. (Ra.).
Stomach disordered, after eating ice-cream or fruit (Ipecac., Phosphorus). (Hr.).
The stomach does not seem to assimilate cold water; it is wanted, but cannot drink it (Ra.).
Desire for pungent things acids, acid fruits, milk, and coffee (K.).
COMPLAINTS RETURN ANNUALLY (Carbo vegetabilis, Lachesis, Sulphur, Thuja). (A.).
Retention of urine after confinement (Arnica, Causticum, Hyoscyamus, Opium, Secale). (K.)(>)
Cholera Asiatica; intense vomiting and purging; intense thirst; the surface of the body is as cold as ice, but internally, the patient feels as if full of fire (F.).
Arsenic should be thought of in ailments from chewing tobacco, alcoholism, sea- bathing, sausage poisoning, dissecting wounds, anthrax poison and stings of venomous insects.
Periodically at night; after midnight (from 1 to 2 A.M.) on entering a cold place; from cold food or drinks; from rapid walking; from the use of milk; from cold; and when lying on the affected side, with the head low.
From external heat; when moving about: from warmth; from hot drinks; and from hot food.
Complementary: All-S., Anthracinum, Carbo vegetabilis, Phosphorus, Pyrog., Rhus toxicodendron, Secale, and Thuja
ANTIDOTES: Camph., Carbo vegetabilis, China, Chin-S., Ferrum, Hepar, Iodium, Ipecac., Lachesis, Nux vomica, Sambucus, Tabacum, and Veratrum To large doses: Sesquioxide of Iron, Hydrated Peroxide of Iron, or Precipitated Carbonate of Iron; juice of sugar cane or honey water; lime water in copious draughts; emetics of Sulphate of Zincum met.; Carbonate of Potash and Magnesia, shaken in oil; infusion of astringent substances; and large quantities of dilutents drinks.
ARSENICUM ANTIDOTES: Carbo vegetabilis, China, Ferrum, Graphites, Iodium, Ipecac., Lachesis,, Mercurius, Nux vomica, and Veratrum Also lead poisoning and evil effects of alcohol.