Oxalicum Acidum

Oxalicum Acidum

Oxalicum acidum

If Opium is the painless remedy, Oxal. ac. may be considered its antithesis: it causes pains excruciating beyond description, and it has this grand keynote distinction, that its pains are all < when the patient thinks of them. And not only that, thinking of pains and conditions will bring them on when they are not actually present. If the patient thinks about urinating he must go instantly and relieve the bladder.
Great cheerfulness and clearness of mind.

Thinking of his ailments aggravates them.
Aversion to talk ; with headache, fulness in the face.

Vertigo, with weakness and thirst ; anxiety ; headache and perspiration.
while looking out of the window ; when rising from a seat.
Vertigo, like swimming,
on lying down.
Sensation of
emptiness in the head.
Dulness in the forehead (
Pain in the forehead and vertex ; on the
left side of the forehead, on waking.
Pressing pain on
small spots.
Pressing, like screwing behind both ears.
after lying down, after sleeping, and on rising.
relieved after stool.
affected by drinking wine.

Pain in the balls of the eyes ; worse in the left.
Inclination to close the eyes.
Small, especially linear, objects

appear larger ; they are thought to be more distant than they really are.
Vanishing of sight, with giddiness and perspiration ; with
bleeding of the nose.

Stitches in the right nostril on taking a long inspiration.
Pimples in the
right side of the nose ; the wing of the nose is swollen.
Sneezing, with
Red, shining swelling of the
right side of the nose, beginning at the tip of the nose and from there extending.

Face red, swollen, feeling full ; hot or cold ; covered by cold perspiration.
Face pale and livid,
with open mouth and unconsciousness.
Pale color, with sunken eyes.

Pain in decayed molar teeth.
gums bleed, and are painful in spots.
ulcers on the gums.
Tongue swollen, sensitive, red, dry, burning.
Tongue swollen, with a thick
white coating.
Tongue coated white, with nausea,
thirst and loss of taste.
Sour taste in the mouth.
In the mouth, pain, accumulation of saliva, water, or mucus.
In the throat, scraping, increased accumulation of mucus.
Dryness in the throat (in the
morning) after diarrhœa.
Painful deglutition, especially in the morning.
Difficult deglutition, with
sour eructations.

Appetite increased.
Appetite wanting, with loss of taste, thirst and nausea.
with vertigo, loss of appetite, nausea, colic.
The pain in the stomach is
relieved by eating ; soup is pleasant when there is gnawing at the stomach.
After eating, eructations, nausea, pains at the navel, colic, rumbling in the abdomen, urging, to stool, weakness.
Eructations empty, sour.
hiccough ; with eructations.
Nausea and thirst
with colic, after diarrhœa.
Sensation of
emptiness in the stomach, compelling one to eat.
Burning in the stomach and throat.
sensitive to the touch.
colic, waking one at night.
pain in the left hypochondrium, as if bruised ; stitches.
Stitches in the liver
relieved by taking a deep breath.
Colic, rambling (
evening and night).
Incarcerated flatulence (in the left hypochondrium).
Colic pain around the navel, as if bruised ; stitches, with pressing and discharge of flatulence ;
worse on moving, better when at rest.
Burning in
small spots in the abdomen.
Cutting pain in the abdomen.

Morning diarrhœa ; stools soft or watery, with colic around the navel and pressing in the rectum ; returning as soon as one lies down again.
Stool of mucus and blood.
Before the stool and from the pain with the stool, headache.
During the stool micturition (fainting, vomiting).
After the stool nausea and tension in the calves ; dryness in the throat ; relief of the pain in the small of the back.
Diarrhœa as soon as one drinks coffee.
Constipation ; no stool.
Pressing and straining in the rectum ; tenesmus.

Pain in the region of the kidneys.
micturition and profuse discharge of urine.
Burning in the
urethra, as from acrid drops.
When urinating pain in the glans penis.

Sexual desire increased.
Erections (forenoon).
Sensation of contusion in the testicles ; worse in the left testicle.
Heaviness of the testicles, with drawing pain, extending into the spermatic cords.

Hoarseness ; the larynx feels swollen, contracted, raw, with tickling in it.
Dry cough on taking violent exercise.
 Mucous secretion in the throat increased.
Mucus in small lumps, or bard or thick, yellowish-white phlegm,
with black lumps in the centre of it.
Difficulty of breathing, with oppression of the chest (
right side), when moving, about in the evening.
Difficulty of breathing, with
constrictive pain in the larynx and wheezing.
When breathing, stitches in the chest and pain above the hip.
Sudden lancinating pain in the
left lung, depriving him of breath. Sharp pains through the lower lobe of the left lung. It matters not what the name of the disease may be, pleurisy, pneumonia, phthisis, when that pain is present Oxal. ac. will do its work. The provings give: Sharp shooting pain in left lung and heart, extending down to epigastrium, and lasting some seconds.
Dull, heavy, sore pain in the chest.
Pain in the middle of the chest, extending through to the back.
Pain in the heart ; soreness, stitches from behind forward or from upwards downwards.
Palpitation of the
heart, after lying down at night.
The beats of the heart
intermit when thinking of it.

Pain in the back, under the point of the shoulder-blade, between the shoulders, extending from the shoulders to the loins.
Pain in the back, extending to the thighs.
Numbness, pricking, causing a sensation of coldness and weakness in the back ; the
back is too weak to

support the body.
Pain in the small of the back,
sensation of numbness, or as if broken.
Stitches extending from the chest into the shoulders.

Pain first in the left, later in the right deltoid muscle, with inclination to move.
right wrist feels sprained, with inclination to stretch it and stitches in the ulnar region ; cannot bold any thing.
Pain in the (
right) metacarpus and fleshy part of the right thumb, with sensation of fulness, heat and numbness.
Heaviness of the hand ;
can move the fingers but slowly.
Hands are
cold, as if dead.
Arthritic pains in the fingers ; the fingers are drawn in.
Twitching of the fingers.
Restlessness in the legs.
knees feel tired.
Weakness of the lower extremities ; they are gone to sleep ; paralysis, stiffness.
Pain in the limbs,
with weakness and numbness.

The pains appear on small longitudinal spots.
The pains
come on periodically.
Trembling, convulsions.
Paralysis of the left side.

Frequent yawning ; sleepiness during the day.
Dreams, with fright and fear ; sits up and looks around.

Pulse more rapid in the morning ; slower, irregular, weak.
Chilliness, ascending from below upwards.
with sneezing (evening).
after diarrhœa (afternoon).
Shaking chill, with
red face (evening).
Heat from every exertion.
especially in the face or on the hands.
with perspiration.
Perspiration with weakness, or with giddiness.
sweat clammy and cold.

Skin very sensitive while shaving.
Marbled skin.
Itching on the neck or fingers.
Itching eruption with redness.

< of the pains or ailments when thinking of them.
Motion and exercise increase the pains.
aggravates the pains in the stomach, and wine the headache. 

Pæonia officinalis

Vertigo on every motion, with constant reeling in the head. Dulness, heaviness, vertigo and feeling of heat in the head. Burning, itching and feeling of dryness in the eyes.Burning heat in the face. Tingling in the upper lip.Burning and heat in the throat.Tenacious mucus in the throat, inducing hawking.Pressure in the pit of the stomach, as from great anxiety. Papescent diarrhœa, with qualmishness in the abdomen, burning in the anus after stool, followed by internal chilliness. Painful ulcer at the anus, with exudation of a fetid moisture, extending towards the perineum.

Fragaria vesca

Tape-worm. Pain in the chilblains during the hot season.Acts on digestion and mesenteric glands. Prevents formation of calculi, removes tartar from teeth and prevents attacks of gout. Lack of mammary secretion.





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