1. Scrofulous, fat, fair subjects, disposed to catarrhal troubles.
2. No very characteristic mental symptoms.
3. Catarrhal conditions of any mucous membrane with tough, tenacious, ropy discharges, gen. yellow ; also tough membranes on mucous surfaces.
4. Ulcerations especially of mucous membranes ; solitary, penetrating, punched-out appearance ; usually with foetid, cheesy exudation ; also extensive ulceration in the nose with discharge of hard plugs often leaving an eroded surface.
5. Pains in small spots (can be covered with point of finger) ; wandering, erratic, appear and disappear suddenly ; periodic, neuralgic or rheumatic.
6. Alternating complaints ; e.g. right-sided sick headache and gastric symptoms ; rheumatism and dysenteric trouble.
7. Tongue yellow-coated particularly at the base (Merc. prot., Nat. sulph.) ; or (especially in dysentery) smooth, red, glazed, dry and cracked.
8. Throat troubles with shooting pain extending into the ear ; uvula oedematous with bladder-like appearance.
9. Croupous affections with hoarse, metallic cough, dyspnoea < lying down, char, expectoration causing gagging, etc., little or no fever ; later stages.
10. Patient chilly, liable to take cold in the open air yet often < hot weather ; < spring and early summer ; morning especially about 3 to 4 a.m. ; skin symptoms > cold weather.
Dr. AG ClarkeKalium Bichromicum
by Dr. AG Clarke ( Author at Homeopathy Books Online )
Posted on September 16th, 2012 at 8:15 am.
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Keywords: Cough, Croup, Dysentery, Fever, Headache, Rheumatism, Ulceration