ANTHRAKOKALI symptoms from Manual of the Homeopathic Practice by Charles Julius Hempel. What are the uses of the homeopathy remedy ANTHRAKOKALI…


Ant-c., Bryonia, Carb-a., Carb-v., Kali., Rhus-tox, Veratrum


Bryonia Veratrum


The limbs feel sore and weak. Dropsy.


Burning and turgescence of the skin. Urticaria. Herpes erysipelateus cutis. The herpes becomes worse. Blotch-shaped, violently itching pustules, appearing at night, and disappearing in the morning.


Sleeplessness, with irritated pulse, restlessness at night, and profuse sweat.


Alternation of horripilation and heat, followed by slight sweat and accelerated pulse. Increase of animal heat, flushes heat. Sweat, which is at times warm, and then again cold, every night, general or local; viscid, making the skin shine, profuse, nightly general, alleviating sweat, with restlessness, headache, soreness, and physical prostration, with accelerated pulse; sweat on the parts where the eruption has come out, and on the shoulders, hands, tibiae, on the dorsum of the foot, on the heels and genital organs. Violet fever, with vomiting of yellow or green bile, and with bilious stools. Gastric-bilious fever. Febris-erysipelacea. Accelerated full pulse.


Cloudiness of the head. Headache. Heaviness of the head, accompanied with languor and restlessness.


Dry mouth. Dry, clean tongue. Coated tongue.


Dryness of the pharynx. Warmth and heat of the pharynx and oesophagus down to the stomach. Gnawing sensation in the pharynx. Burning in the pharynx, with slight dysphagia; dysphagia, with dryness of the pharynx.


Disagreeable, rough, acrid, burning taste. Burning, insatiable thirst. Loathing. Loss of appetite. Derangement of the digestive functions.


Warmth and heat in the stomach. Spasmodic pains in the stomach. Inclination to vomit. Bilious vomiting, mixed with black mucus; violent vomiting of yellow or green bile, accompanied with violent fever.


Tympanitic distention of the abdomen. Flatulence and borborygmi. Violent burning, deep in the abdomen. Griping- tearing pains in the bowels, without diarrhoea, especially at night. Colic with flatulence.


Papescent stool, preceded by colic and rumbling in the abdomen. Copious diarrhoea, with colic. Increased evacuations, having a blackish tinge. Bilious evacuations, with violent fever.


Ischuria. Copious emission of pale urine with sediment. The urine is pale, of the color of honey, it has a disagreeable smell and a marked alkaline reaction. Saturated, acrid, flocculent urine. Copious, earthy, blue sediment, adhering to the sides of the chamber. Titillation and burning in the urethra when urinating.


Sweat of the genital organs. Itching of the orifice of the urethra. Frequent and painful erections. The menses appear too early.


Oppression of the chest. The throbs of the heart are more violent.


Sweat in the axillae, on the hands and tibiae, on the dorsum of the foot, and on the heel.

Charles Julius Hempel
Charles Julius Hempel (5 September 1811 Solingen, Prussia - 25 September 1879 Grand Rapids, Michigan) was a German-born translator and homeopathic physician who worked in the United States. While attending medical lectures at the University of New York, where he graduated in 1845, he became associated with several eminent homeopathic practitioners, and soon after his graduation he began to translate some of the more important works relating to homeopathy. He was appointed professor of materia medica and therapeutics in the Hahnemann Medical College of Philadelphia in 1857.