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Mercurius Cyanatus - High Potency - Mouth Ulcers

Mercurius Cyanatus - High Potency - Mouth Ulcers

Mercurius Cyanatus - High Potency - Mouth Ulcers
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Mercurius Cyanatus High Potency Single homeopathic remedy indicated for symptom of Mouth ulcers

4 dram vial size. 900 count of 2.5mm pellets.

Kent's Lectures:
Given a Merc. base and diphtheria, when the membrane is greenish and inclined to spread through the nose and involve a large surface, the Cyanide of Mercury is needed. It has exudation more marked than any other form of Mercury. Malignant forms of diphtheria, rapidly forming, and with phagedenic ulceration.

Boericke's Materia Medica
Text: Natural History.
     Cyanide of Mercury

General.
     Acute infections, pneumonia, nephritis. Its action is similar to that of the toxins of infectious diseases. Great and rapid prostration, tendency toward hemorrhages, from the different orifices, of dark fluid blood, cyanosis, rapid respiration and heart action, albuminuria and twitching and jerking of muscles. Typhoid pneumonia.
     Livid states from great struggling, where suffocation is imminent and paralysis of lung threatening; great sweat.
     Affects most prominently the buccal cavity. This, together with marked prostration, gives it a place in the treatment of DIPHTHERIA, where it has achieved unquestioned great results. Malignant types, with prostration. Coldness and nausea. Syphilitic ulcers when perforation threatens.

Head.
     Great excitement, fits of passion; fury; talkativeness. Atrocious headache. Eyes sunken; face pale.

Mouth.
     Covered with ulceration. Tongue pale. Free salivation. Fetor of breath. Pain and swelling of salivary glands. Astringent taste. ULCERATIONS of mouth have a gray membrane.

Throat.
     Feels raw and sore. Mucous membranes broken down, ulcerated. Looks raw in spots, especially in public speakers. Hoarseness, and talking is painful. NECROTIC DESTRUCTION OF SOFT PARTS OF PALATE AND FAUCES. Intense redness of fauces. Swallowing very difficult. Dark blood from nose. Diphtheria of the larynx and nose. (KALI. BICH.)

Stomach.
     Nausea, vomiting, bilious, bloody; hiccough; abdomen painful, tender to pressure.

Rectum.
     Intolerable pain. Redness around anus. Frequent hemorrhage; stools with tenesmus. Discharge of fetid liquid with gangrenous odor. Black stools.

Urinary Organs.
     Amber color, painful, albuminous, scanty. Nephritis with great debility and chilliness. Suppression of urine.

Skin.
     Moisture, with icy coldness.

Clarke's Dictionary:
Text: Natural History.
      Bicyanide of Mercury. Mercuric Cyanide. Hg (CN)2.
      Solution.
      Trituration.

Clinical.
      Diphtheria.
      Dysentery.
      Enteric fever.
      Hemorrhages.
      Keratoiritis syphilitica.
      Phlebitis.
      Throat, sore.
      Varicosis.

Characteristics.
      The history of this remedy is a romantic one.
      When Dr. Alexander Villers was an infant he had diphtheria.
      Known remedies had failed to arrest the disease, and his father, Dr. Dominic von Villers, was in despair.
      Taking counsel with his friend, Dr. Beck (of Monthey in Switzerland), the latter was struck with the likeness of the case to the effects of Merc. cy. In some poisoning cases, reports of which he had just been reading.
      He suggested the remedy.
      A small quantity of the salt was procured and an attenuation rapidly made and administered.
      Improvement soon set in, and recovered happily followed.
      The patient, saved by Merc. cy., lived to do most brilliant work with the same remedy when practising in St. Petersburg, and Merc. cy. has taken a sure place at the head of remedies for this affections.
      The local symptoms are very clearly defined, and among the general symptoms profound prostration, coldness, and cyanosis are leading indications.
      Villers had better results with the 30th than with any lower attenuation.
      Merc. cy.
      is also a very efficient prophylactic in diphtheria.
      In the sensational New York poisoning case of February, 1899, Mr. Henry C. Barnett, the victim, was treated for diphtheria by his doctors before the cause of the illness was discovered.
      Beck (Rev. Hom. Fran., xii. 153) mentions among the leading symptoms: extreme feebleness, trembling, syncope.
      Icy coldness: general coldness with nausea.
      Diphtheritic membrane in throat, mouth, and at anus.
      Nash reports as particularly indicating it a chronic sore throat of public speakers, with rawness in spots and a broken-down appearance, as if about to ulcerate, and this additional condition - "it hurts the patient to speak." Hemorrhages occur, dark and persistent.
      Swallowing is impossible or causes severe cutting pains.
      Thought of food causes retching.
      There are varicose veins with great tenderness on left leg.
      Symptoms are worse after eating.

Relations.
      Compare: Ar. tri., Caust., Help., Kali-bi., Phyt., Echin., Lach., Gels.

Mind.
      Excitement, anger, raved furiously at attendant.
      Excessive ill-humor after eating a little too much.

Head.
      Vertigo with singing in ears, worse siting up.
      Very severe, tearing headache, especially forepart, worse night.

Eyes.
  &n
Stomach.
      Aversion to food.
      Intense thirst, but drinks are speedily vomited.
      Burning thirst, vomits but no ingesta, cannot endure soups or hot drinks, which always seem too salt.
      Incessant hiccough.
      Violent retching from merely thinking of sugared water.
      Milk better.
      Epigastrium sensitive to pressure.

Abdomen.
      Abdomen soft, not painful on pressure.
      Excessive colic worse by every evacuation.

Stool and Anus.
      Round anus: small piles, pains (and in rectum) when sitting, sensitive light red swelling, diphtheritic deposit.
      Frequent urging to stool with tenesmus.
      Frequent diarrhea preceded by severe colic.
      Offensive, green, slimy stools.
      Bloody stools.
      Scanty stools.
      Obstinate constipation (later effect).

Urinary Organs.
      Micturition painful.
      Urine: albuminous, amber yellow, retained, completely suppressed.

Male Sexual Organs.
      Semi-erection of penis (persisting even after death).
      Dark blue color of scrotum and penis (persisting after death)

Respiratory Organs.
      Slight cough.
      Hoarseness, talking causes pain in throat.

Heart.
      Violent and abrupt beating of heart.
      Strong palpitation.

Limbs.
      Slight spasms of extremities.

Upper Limbs.
      Severe pain in left calf, the veins of the part form two hard cords meeting above popliteal space, very painful to slightest touch, leg swells when standing.
      (Inflammation of articular cartilages of right wrist, with edema of forearm.)

Generalities.
      Great weakness, cannot stand up.
      Repeated fainting.
      Great debility during diarrhea, at last he fell to the ground in a swoon.

Skin.
      Skin moist and cold.
      Scarlatina.

Sleep.
      Drowsiness with easy waking.

Fever.
      Icy coldness.
      Great sensitiveness to cold.
      Extremities very cold, in evening.
      Skin moist and cold.

Active ingredient: Mercurius cyanatus [HPUS]. Inactive ingredients: Sucrose/lactose pellets.


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