Aurum Metallicum

Aurum Metallicum homeopathy medicine, complete details of homeopathic remedy Aurum Metallicum from Keynotes and Characteristics by H C Allen…

Aurum Metallicum suited for Sanguine, ruddy people, with black hair and eyes; lively, restless, anxious about the future.

Old people; weak vision; corpulent; tired of life.

For constitutions broken down by bad effects of mercury and syphilis.

Pinning boys; low-spirited, lifeless, weak memories, lacking in “boyish go;” testes undeveloped, mere pendent shreds.

Constantly dwelling on suicide ( Naja – but is afraid to die, Nux ).

Aurum Metallicum has Profound melancholy: feels hateful and quarrelsome; desire to commit suicide; life is a constant burden; after abuse of mercury; with nearly all complaints.

Uneasy, hurried, great desire for mental and physical activity; cannot do things fast enough ( Argentum nitricum ).

Ailments from fright, anger, contradictions, mortification, vexation, dread, or reserved displeasure ( Staphysagria ).

Aurum Metallicum is Oversensitive: least contradiction excites wrath ( Conium ); to pain; to smell, taste, hearing, touch ( Anacardium ).

Headache of people with dark olive-brown complexion; sad, gloomy, taciturn; disposed to constipation; from least mental exertion.

Falling of the hair, especially in syphilis and mercurial affections.

Hemiopia; sees only the lower half (sees only the left half, [Lithium carb. c.], Lycopodium ).

Syphilitic and mercurial affections of the bones.

Caries: of the nasal palatine and mastoid bones; ozaena, otorrhoea, excessively fetid discharge, pains worse at night; drive to despair; of mercurial or syphilitic origin ( Asafoetida ).

Prolapsed and indurated uterus; from over-reaching or straining ( Podophyllum, Rhus ); from hypertrophy ( Conium ).

Menstrual and uterine affections, with great melancholy; < at menstrual period.

Foul breath; in girls at puberty.

Sensation as if the heart stood still; as though it ceased to beat and then suddenly gave on hard thump ( Sepia ).

Violent palpitation; anxiety, with congestion of blood to head and chest after exertion; pulse small, feeble, rapid, irregular; visible, beating of carotid and temporal arteries ( Belladonna, Gloninum ).

Fatty degeneration of heart ( Phosphorus ).

Aurum Metallicum Relations. – Aurum follows, and is followed well by Syphilinum.

Similar: to, Asafoetida, Calcarea, Platina, Sepia, Tar., Theridion, in bone, uterine disease.

Aggravation. – In cold air; when getting cold; while lying down; mental exertion; many complaints come on only in winter.

Amelioration. – In warm air, when growing warm, in the morning and during summer.

H. C. Allen
Dr. Henry C. Allen, M. D. - Born in Middlesex county, Ont., Oct. 2, 1836. He was Professor of Materia Medica and the Institutes of Medicine and Dean of the faculty of Hahnemann Medical College. He served as editor and publisher of the Medical Advance. He also authored Keynotes of Leading Remedies, Materia Medica of the Nosodes, Therapeutics of Fevers and Therapeutics of Intermittent Fever.