1. Fat, plethoric persons ; usually dark ; easy disposition to diarrhoea, vegetarians ; old people.
2. Combination of sadness and irritability ; sometimes suicidal tendency ; great fastidiousness ; fear of the dark ; < alone ; hyperaesthesia of the special senses.
3. In adynamic fevers ; rapid and great prostration yet marked restlessness from anxiety and fear of death (Acon.) ; wants to be moved from place to place ; obviously ill and lacking in vital power. Septic states.
4. Burning, lancinating pains and sensations, > heat (rev. Phos.).
5. Discharges burning, excoriating offensive, debilitating, thin, watery ; generally scanty.
6. Periodicity and malignancy of symptoms.
7. Great thirst ; calls for small quantities at frequent intervals.
8. Gastric ailments with loathing of food ; vomits everything even a spoonful of water ; ill-effects of eating fruit, ices, etc., also ptomaine and similar poisonings. Patient dislikes meat but desires fat.
9. Skin troubles of all kinds, especially scaly eruptions.
10. Patient very chilly, < cold and damp ; lying with head low ; midnight to 3 a.m. ; rest : > heat, except head symptoms.
Note : Thuja is sometimes its chronic.
Dr. AG ClarkeArsenicum Album
by Dr. AG Clarke ( Author at Homeopathy Books Online )
Posted on September 25th, 2012 at 3:59 am.
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Keywords: Anxiety, Fever, Prostration