1. Light-haired subjects of lax fibre ; earthy or dirty yellow, rough complexion. Anti-syphilitic, second stage.
2. Mental slowness but states changeable ; (a) memory and will power deficient ; answers questions slowly ; despondency ; (b) hurry and anxiety ; loquacity, especially in delirium ; time passes slowly.
3. Weakness and weariness in all the limbs with pronounced tremor, especially, of hands ; goes on to paresis and paralysis ; with great restlessness.
4. Suppurative conditions ; low potencies hasten, high potencies abort suppuration ; of glands ; also eruptions of many kinds.
5. Superficial ulcerations ; spreading, everted edges, cheesy base, readily bleed, discharge excoriating ; especially about the mouth and throat.
6. Ptyalism ; profuse, soapy, stringy saliva ; foetid metallic taste. Tongue swollen, flabby, showing teeth imprints, coated gen. moist yet intense thirst present.
7. All mucous membranes have free secretion of slimy muco-pus, often with ulceration ; discharge first thin, excoriating then thicker and more bland ; gen. greenish ; naso-pharyngeal region and colon especially affected ; dysenteric stools with much blood and tenesmus, not > stool.
8. Profuse sweating without > especially in fevers.
9. Bone diseases with boring pains < night ; exostosis.
10. Patient < both heat and cold ; at every change especially to damp weather ; all night, warmth of bed ; lying right side ; joints also < touch, pressure and movement.
Notes : In skin affections Mercurius solubilis is to be preferred.
Mercurius Cyanatus invaluable in diphtheria.
Mercurius biniodatus in left sided.
Mercurius Protiodatus in right-sided throat conditions.
Incompatible with Silica.
Dr. AG ClarkeMercurius Sol
by Dr. AG Clarke ( Author at Homeopathy Books Online )
Posted on September 12th, 2012 at 4:15 pm.
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Keywords: Anxiety, Delirium, Diphtheria, Exostosis, Fever, Loquacity, Paralysis, Paresis, Ptyalism, Pus, Tenesmus, Tremor, Ulceration, Weakness