Arsenicum Metallicum

Arsenicum Metallicum symptoms of the homeopathy remedy from Keynotes and Red Line Symptoms by Adolph von Lippe. What are the symptoms of Arsenicum Metallicum? Keynote indications and uses of Arsenicum Metallicum…




      Arouse latent syphilis (Syphilinum). (Br.).

Periodicity very marked (Alumina, Arg-M., Arsenicum, Cedr., China, Chin-A., Chin-S., Ipecac., Natrum muriaticum, Acid nitricum, Sepia, Silicea, Sulphur) (Br.).

Symptoms recur every two or three weeks (Br.).

Low spiritedness and weakness of memory (Kali-P.).

Desire to be let alone-the patient is annoyed by visions, which cause her to cry.

Sensation of fullness in the head, as if the head were too large.

Left sided headache up to the eyes and into the ear.

Headache, aggravated when stooping and when lying down.

OEdematous swelling of forehead and face with itching, which can only be allayed by pinching.

The face is red, itching, burning and bloated (Apis., Belladonna, Stramonium).

Eyes swelled and watery (with coryza).

Eyes burn with coryza.

The eyes are weak-day and gas light are very unpleasant.

Mouth sore and ulcerated (Aurum, Kali bichromicum, Lachesis, Lycopodium, Mercurius, Acid nitricum, Silicea). (Br.).

Tongue coated white and showing imprints of teeth (Chelidonium, Mercurius, Podophyllum, Rhus toxicodendron, Sepia, Stramonium). (Br.).

Diarrhoea: burning, watery stools, with relief of pain (Gambogia). (Br.).


      From stooping; when lying down; and from light.


      In darkness; by pinching; and from sitting erect.


      Similar to: Anacardium, Ignatia, Gelsemium, Phosphorus, and Sulph.

Adolph Lippe
Adolph Lippe (born near Goerlitz, Prussia, 11 May 1812; died in Philadelphia, 23 January 1888) was a homeopathic physician who worked in the United States. Adolph got a legal education at Berlin. After completing his legal studies, Lippe became interested in homeopathy, and emigrated to the United States in 1837 to further his study. In 1838, he enrolled in the North American Academy of Homeopathy at Allentown, Pennsylvania, from where he graduated in 1841. He settled in Philadelphia, where from 1863 until 1868 he was professor of materia medica in the Homeopathic College of Pennsylvania. Besides some essays and treatises from the French, German, and Italian which became standards, Lippe was the author of:
Comparative Materia Medica (Philadelphia, 1854)
Text-Book of Materia Medica (1866)