Sulphur

SULPHUR


There are flashes of heat, and heat on top of the head with burning of the soles; the patient has to put the feet out of bed at night to keep them cool.
It acts upon every organ and tissue of the body. It produces venous engorgement, chronic in nature, with long trains of symptoms.
The discharges are excessively acrid.
It causes defective assimilation is especially applicable to chronic diseases.
Light complexioned, easily angered people, who have a harsh, dirty skin, and who are afraid of water; children look tired, dirty and old, "use their sleeves both for a handkerchief and looking-glass"; the patient is coarse in fibre and dirty in habits, and walks stooped from weakness of the spine. Dirty and poor habit of body. Aversion to water and washing. Sinking at stomach at 11 A. M. "Cat-nap" sleep. Heat on top of head and burning of palms and soles. Defective reaction, after carefully chosen remedies fail to act. Walks stooping. Drinks much, eats little. Morning diarrhœa, driving him out of bed. Great nocturnal aggravation.
Irritable; chronic constitutional grumblers; a "ragged philosopher", life having been a failure; religious melancholia, dresses up in rags and imagines that they are the finest silk; anxious about his own salvation, but indifferent to that of others.
Great dryness and heat of the scalp, with intense itching; and scratching, though it relieves, causes burning; all the eruptions are greatly aggravated by washing and by being wet; wetting produces burning; there may be also an eruption of yellow crusts on the scalp.
All discharges are burning and acrid, be they from the eyes, ears, nose, vagina or bowels; the diarrhœa burns, the urine burns; excretions burn parts over which they pass is characteristic.
In scrofulous children with ophthalmias, acute or chronic, or ulcerations of the cornea. The pains are sharp and lancinating as if a needle or splinter were in the eye. Great lachrymation and great intolerance of light.
Chronic, dry catarrh; the nose bleeds easily; the nose is stuffed up and burning, and there is a smell of old catarrhs before the nose.Burning sensations in feet
It is careworn and old looking, with all sorts of eruptions on it, especially comedones.
Bitter taste in the morning; putrid eructations. It has a feeling of satiety after a small quantity of food, and an empty, gone feeling in the epigastrium at 11 A. M. There is a desire for sweets, which make him sick, causing a sour stomach and heartburn. There is canine hunger, the patient having to get up at night to eat, and there is a craving for spirits. It increases the flow of bile; there is also much pain and soreness of the liver.
There is an uneasy feeling all through the intestinal tract, and the constipation usually alternates with the diarrhœa. Constipation, with hæmorrhoids, from abdominal plethora or passive congestion of the portal system.
The stools are changeable in color and may contain undigested food. Diarrhoea occurs in the morning (Aloes, Thuja and Bryonia.) and drives the patient out of bed; there is a great deal of abdominal uneasiness, the odor of the stool clings to the patient for a long time, and there is much soreness at the anus.
Podophyllum has a morning stool, with a great deal of soreness and fullness in the region of the liver, and it continues throughout the day.
In persons subject to catarrhs, where there is much irritation and soreness and the urine burns the parts.
In cases of pneumonia where there is no tendency to recuperation and resolution; the lungs tend to break down; there are râles all over the chest, muco-purulent expectoration and symptoms of hectic fever; all the symptoms being worse at night, and the cough is apt to be dry. Sense of internal oppression.
In the beginning of tuberculosis, with pain through the left chest, heat on the head, cold feet, frequent flushes, the patient wanting the window open.
In fever patient is drowsy, the skin is dry and hot, and there is no sweat; and it comes in after Aconite.
It is a passive or chronic Aconite, holding the same relation to the veins that Aconite does to the arteries.
Tendency to eruptions; defective osseous growth; open fontanelles; bone affections; rickets and curvature of the spine. Appetite voracious, caused by defective assimilation from diseased glands.
The child looks like a little old man or woman; the skin is wrinkled and flabby.
The troubles of the skin are apt to alternate with some internal trouble; there is the great aggravation from washing, and the more the eruption is scratched the more it itches and burns; the skin is rough, coarse and measly; the eruptions are usually pustular, and there is tendency to soreness in the folds of the skin.
The patient sleeps in "cat-naps"; the slightest noise awakens, and there is great difficulty in falling asleep again.
Nux and Sulphur never be alternated because they antidote each other.



 

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