1. Dark-complexioned, thin subjects of rigid fibre who readily catch cold ; naturally or prematurely old people with general weakness and emaciation ; sycotic, or mercurio-syphilitic states, or advanced cases of phthisis.
2. Depression and irritability with vindictiveness ; patient excitable ; anxious about his disease or past troubles.
3. Ulcerations, fissures, condylomata, warts, etc., especially at all muco-cutaneous orifices, with easy though usually slight bleeding.
4. Cutting or pricking pains and sensations as from splinters, especially on touching the part.
5. Thin, offensive excoriating discharges ; sometimes purulent, dirty yellowish green.
6. Ptyalism ; offensive odour of breath, etc., with diseased conditions of the mouth in general.
7. Haemorrhages of bright red blood, generally scanty.
8. Urine scanty, dark brown and strong-smelling (Benzoïcum acidum) ; often cold when passed.
9. Ailments predominantly right-sided.
10. Modalities ; < cold ; change of weather ; night ; touch. etc. > while riding in vehicles.
Dr. AG ClarkeNitricum Acidum
by Dr. AG Clarke ( Author at Homeopathy Books Online )
Posted on September 12th, 2012 at 4:07 pm.
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Keywords: Condylomata, Depression, Emaciation, Phthisis, Ptyalism, Weakness