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




Of large doses, white of an egg. Noack and Trinks.


Rheumatic pains in the muscles. tendons, and joints. General debility. Fainting fits. Disagreeable feeling in the periosteum of the bones. Tossing to and fro. Trembling of the limbs. Spasms in all the limbs. Spasms and convulsions which pass into paralysis spasms. Convulsions. Partial paralysis;weakness of sight and hearing. General insensibility. Emaciation. Paralysis.


Rash. Purple spots on the skin. Spots over the whole body, looking like scorbutic spots, mingled with an itch-like eruption, herpes, and boils.


Violent starting when on the point of falling asleep, with violent concussion of the whole body.


Chilliness about the head. Chilliness and cutting colic, even during the least motion. Chilliness, cutting colic, and stool. Burning-hot skin, particularly on the forehead. Irregular, small, contracted pulse. Frequent, small, quick, feeble, tremulous pulse. Irregular febrile motions. Lentescent, nervous fevers with excessive sweats and great weakness, Hectic fever.


Mania. Weakness of intellect. Oppressive anxiety. Anguish about the heart. Hypochondria.


Disposition to stupor. Transitory soporous conditions. Condition bordering on intoxication. Vertigo. Swelling of the head and face. Headache. Violent rush of blood to the head, and violent headache.


Dim eyes, surrounded by blue margins. Staring look. Inflammation of the eyes, they seem to start from their sockets. Slight redness of the conjunctiva. Swollen and glassy eyes. Contraction of the pupils.


Pulsative buzzing in the ears.


Bluish paleness of the face. Distortion of the face. Swelling of the face, which has a dark-red, bluish look. Puffiness of the face. Distortion of the face, staring look. Lacerating in the upper jaws, in the direction of the eyes, succeeded by swelling.


Burning pains of the gums and mouth. Looseness of the teeth.


Inflammation of the buccal cavity and the salivary glands; the tongue filled the whole buccal cavity; the anterior portion of the cheeks, the glands, gums, and lips were inflamed, swollen, and protruded. Swelling of the lips, tongue, throat. Ptyalism. Ptyalism with headache and swelling of the tongue. Ulcers in the mouth. Putrefaction of the mouth.


Roughness of the throat, rendering speech difficult, but not deglutition. Violent constriction of the fauces. Burning in the fauces.


Loathing. Nausea. Vomiting. Continued vomiting. Vomiting of pus. Vomiting of a bloody fluid after violent retching. Continued vomiting of blood. Excessive sensitiveness of the epigastrium to contact. Disagreeable in the sensation in the region of the stomach. Heat in the stomach reaching up to the fauces. Pains in the stomach. Violent pains in the epigastrium, increasing very rapidly and becoming intolerable. Darting. Gnawing pains in the stomach. Gnawing and burning pains in the stomach, spreading over the whole abdomen. Violent laceration in the bowels. Excessively burning pains in the stomach and abdomen. Inflammation of the stomach and intestines, with gangrene. Phthisis-intestinalis, with ulceration of the mucous membrane of the stomach and intestines.


Violent pain in the bowel and oesophagus and abdomen. Bloated abdomen, very painful to touch. Lacerating pains in the stomach and intestinal canal, with anguish. Colic around the umbilicus. Continued colic. Griping pain in the abdomen. Burning in the abdomen. Cutting in the abdomen. Chronic weakness and sensitiveness of the intestinal canal. Ulcerations in the intestinal canal and phthisis-intestinalis.


Diarrhoea. Evacuation of faeces, mixed with mucus and dark coagulated blood. Frequent discharge of a small quantity of blood mucous, day and night, accompanied with almost constant cutting colic, and intolerable painful, ineffectual urging and tenesmus. Diarrhoea, accompanied with violent pains in the abdomen and tenesmus. Frequent attacks of bloody diarrhoea. Frequent bilious stools. Liquid stools with tenesmus. Frequent diarrhoeia stools with tenesmus and bloody evacuations. Bloody evacuations Lacerating in the rectum. Tenesmus.


Dysuria. Suppression of the secretion of the urine. Haematuria.


Gonorrhoea, first thin, then thick, lastly with biting pain on urinating, and stitches through the urethra. Excitation of the sexual desire.


Leucorrhoea, pale yellow, of a disgustingly-sweetish smell. Painful glandular swelling round the nipples.


Constrictive sensation and burning heat in the larynx. Hoarseness. Aphonia. Hollow, fatiguing, dry cough. Dry cough with pains in the chest. Cough with bloody expectoration.


Fetid breath. Haemoptysis, followed by pulmonary phthisis, attended with hectic fever. Pulmonary tubercles. Pulmonary phthisis. Difficult breathing. Shortness of breath. Oppression on the chest. Excessive dyspnoea. Nightly darting pain through the whole chest.


Sticking pain in the hip-joint during motion and rest. Weakness of the lower limbs, inarticulate speech, followed by paralysis of the whole left side, distortion of the facial muscles, and speechlessness. Pains in the loins and knees and afterwards in the other limbs, at first fleeting and afterwards became seated and penetrating.

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.