Common name – Picrate of Iron. Preparation – Triturations.
GENERAL ANALYSIS AND THERAPEUTICS.
This drug seems to combine the action of both Iron and Picric Acid. It is considered a valuable remedy to complete the action of other remedies, when they fail to entirely cure, especially in various functional weakness.
The symptom that especially calls for it is failure of the function of an organ exertion; e.g., the voice fails after public speaking. Acts best in dark-haired patients; plethoric, with sensitive livers.
Ears Deafness before menses. Crackling in ears and low-pitched voice. Vascular deafness. Dental neuralgia, radiating toward ears and eyes. Humming in ears, as from telegraph wires. Chronic deafness and tinnitus due to gout. Meatus dry.
Stomach Indigestion, furred tongue, headache after meals, especially in bilious, dark-haired persons.
Urinary Organs Pain along entire urethra. Frequent micturition at night, with full feeling and pressure in rectum. Smarting at neck of bladder and penis. Retention of urine. Senile hypertrophy of the prostate.
Limbs Pain in right side of neck and down right arm. Locomotor ataxia, ocular stage. Warty hands. Warts and epithelial growths. Corns with yellowish discolorations.
Compare Ferrum, Picric acid, Antim crud., Silicea, Sulphur