Baryta Carbonica

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

Baryta Carbonica Especially adapted to complaints of first and second childhood; the psoric or tubercular.

Memory deficient; forgetful, inattentive; child cannot be taught for it cannot remember; threatened idiocy.

Baryta Carbonica has Scrofulous, dwarfish children who do not grow (children who grow too rapidly, Calcarea ); scrofulous ophthalmia, cornea opaque; abdomen swollen; frequent attacks of colic; face bloated; general emaciation.

Baryta Carbonica Children both physically and mentally weak.

Dwarfish, hysterical women and old maids with scanty menses; deficient heat, always cold and chilly.

Old, cachectic people; scrofulous, especially when fat; or those who suffer from gouty complaints ( Acidum fluoricum ).

Diseases of old men; hypertrophy or induration of prostrate and testes; mental and physical weakness.

Apoplectic tendency in old people; complaints of old drunkards; headache of aged people, who are childish.

Persons subject to quinsy, take cold easily, or with every, even the least, cold have an attack of tonsillitis prone to suppuration ( Hepar, Psorinum ).

Inability to swallow anything but liquids ( Baptisia, Silicea ).

Haemorrhoids protrude every time he urinates ( Acid Muriaticum ).

Chronic cough in psoric children; enlarged tonsils or elongated uvula; < after slight cold ( Alumina ).

Swelling and indurations, or incipient suppuration of glands, especially cervical and inguinal.

Offensive foot sweat; toes and soles get sore; of the heels; throat affections after checked foot sweat (compare, Graphites, Psorinum, Sanicula, Silicea ).

Great sensitiveness to cold ( Calcarea, Kali carb., Psorinum ).

Baryta Carbonica Relation. – Frequently useful before or after Psorinum, Sulphur, and Tuberculinum

After Barayta carbonica, Psor will often eradicate the constitutional tendency to quinsy.

Similar: to, Alum, [Calcarea iod.], Dulcamara, Acidum fluoricum, Iodium, Silicea

Incompatible: after Calcarea in scrofulous affections.

Aggravation. – When thinking of his disease ( Acid oxalicum ); lying on painful side; after meals; washing affected parts.

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.