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


ZINC MET. See Hahnemann’s “Chronic disease, ” V.


Anacardium, Arnica, Arsenicum, Belladonna, Bryonia, Calcarea, Cantharis, Carb. veg., Hep- s., Ignat., Hyoscyamus, Kali-c., Lycopodium, natr.mur., Nux-v., Phosph., Platina, Plumb., Pulsatilla, Rhus-t., Sepia, Silicea, Stann., Staphysagria, Stront., Sulphur, Thuja


Chamomilla, Hep-s., Ignat.Is used as an antidote for Baryta Cham and Nux v. aggravate the effects of Zincum met.


Jactitation in various parts of the body. Twitchings in various muscles. violent trembling of all the limbs. Camp-pain in the muscles, here and there. A sort of subsided nausea, a with a tremulous feeling in the chest, aching in the forehead General exhaustion the whole day, drowsiness, aversion to noise. Violent beating in the whole body. Pressure on the chest and back. Cutting stitching pain in the while right side. Very violent drawing lactating in the middle of almost all the long bones, with pain being so great that they seem unable to cold together. Piercing stitching in the joints. Stitching and lacerating in all the limbs. Great heaviness in the limbs. Great weakness in the hands of the knees and small of the back, when walking. Sudden weakness of all the limbs, at noon, w with tremor and sensation of canine hunger. Paralytic weakness and heaviness in the lower limbs. Great weakness in all the limbs.


The pains caused by Zinc-met. seem to exist sometimes between the skin and flesh. Wine increases the suffering. Most of the symptoms appear after dinner and towards evening. The symptoms are generally felt during rest and when sitting, less during motion.


Itching all over, sometimes with burning or redness. itching in the bends of he joints. Itching rash in the bends of the knee sand elbows. red pimples on the chest and face. herpes and herpetic ulcers. Ganglia. Great sensitiveness to the cold.


Constant stretching of the limbs, the face looking pale and attached. Constant yawning. Drowsiness, with spasmodic lightness forehead frequent waking in the night. restless. Great drowsiness. frequent waking from frightful dreams. Restlessness asleep, with vivid dreams. Deep, fatiguing sleep. Sleep full of fancies. restless night. Jerks through the whole body. Uneasiness in the lower limbs at night. Anxious feeling of soreness, especially at night. Violent pain in the small of he back and colic at night, with stitching in the left side, and drying pin in the lower limbs, drawing pain in the knee at night.


Shuddering in the evening. Frequent feverish shuddering over the back. Chilliness in the open air, or after dinner. Constant chilliness, with increase internal warmth. chilliness, with shaking, from afternoon till evening. Several attacks of a fever a day. chilliness and shuddering, flushes of that over the whole body, violent trembling of all the limbs, extreme malaise to fainting, qualmish taste, violent throbbing throughout he whole body, short and hot breath, dry mouth, hot and dry hands. Heat sand thirst, with cool skin. Pulse dry mouth, hot and dry hands. heat and thirst, with cool skin. Pulse quicker in the evening. Sour smelling sweat. profuse nigh-sweat.


Desponding nd sad. Excessively sullen and peevish. Low- spirited. hypochondrIac mood. Indifference Aversion to labor. He moans from charging.


Illusion of the fancy. Incoherent ideas Absence of throughout, the mind being in a soft of stupor. Forgetful. dizziness, drowsiness and heavens of the head. Feeling of weakness in the head, especially in the eyes, Dullness and painful heaviness of the occiput. Stupefied and dizzy, at noon. Vertiginous stupefaction, in short paroxysms with obscuration of sight and general weakness. Violent vertigo.


Violent pain its head eyes, and abdomen. Pain in the occiput, as if bruised. Stupefying headache. Pressure in the head, with stupid feeling. Pressure in the forehead, with dullness of the head. Aching pain in he forehead, with general dullness of the head. Frequent aching in the forehead. Pressure in the sinciput, with dullness of the head, extending as far as the eyes. Frequent pain in both sides of the head. Drawing and beating in the forehead. Lacing in the temples after dinner. Drawing lacerating, with pressure, in the type of the head, and still more in the forehead, in frequent transitory paroxysm. Violent beating and lacerating in the whole head, especially in he right frontal region, from morning till evening. Feeling of that in the head, with redness of the face., Ulcerative pain in the vertex when touching it. Feeling of soreness in the scalp, even when not touched. Great falling of the hair.

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.