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FERRUM METALLICUM

FERRUM METALLICUM
Iron

Best adapted to young weakly persons, anćmic and chlorotic, with pseudo-plethora, who flush easily; cold extremities; oversensitiveness; worse after any active effort. Weakness from mere speaking or walking though looking strong. Pallor of skin, mucous membranes, face, alternating with flushes. Orgasms of blood to face, chest, head, lungs, etc. Irregular distribution of blood. Pseudo-plethora. Muscles flabby and relaxed.

Mind.–Irritability. Slight noises unbearable. Excited from slightest opposition. Sanguine temperament.

Head.–Vertigo on seeing flowing water. Stinging headache. Ringing in ears before menses. Hammering, pulsating, congestive headache; pain extends to teeth, with cold extremities. Pain in back of head, with roaring in neck. Scalp painful. Must take down the hair.

Eyes.–Watery, dull red; photophobia; letters run together.

Face.–Fiery-red and flushed from least pain, emotion, or exertion. Red parts become white, bloodless and puffy.

Nose.–Mucous membrane relaxed, boggy, anćmic, pale.

Mouth.–Pain in teeth; relieved by icy-cold water. Earthy, pasty taste, like rotten eggs.

Stomach.–Voracious appetite, or absolute loss of appetite. Loathing of sour things. Attempts to eat bring on diarrhśa. Spits up food by the mouthful (Phos). Eructations of food after eating, without nausea. Nausea and vomiting after eating. Vomiting immediately after eating. Vomiting after midnight. Intolerance of eggs. Distention and pressure in the stomach after eating. Heat and burning in stomach. Soreness of abdominal walls. Flatulent dyspepsia.

Stool.–Undigested, at night, while eating or drinking, painless. Ineffectual urging; stool hard, followed by backache or cramping pain in rectum; prolapsus recti; itching of anus, especially young children.

Urine.–Involuntary; worse daytime. Tickling in urethra extending to bladder.

Female.–Menses remit a day or two, and then return. Discharge of long pieces from uterus. Women who are weak, delicate, chlorotic, yet have a fiery-red face. Menses too early, too profuse, last too long; pale, watery. Sensitive vagina. Tendency to abortion. Prolapse of vagina.

Respiratory.–Chest oppressed; breathing difficult. Surging of blood to chest. Hoarseness. Cough dry, spasmodic. Hćmoptysis (Millefol). With the cough pain in occiput.

Heart.–Palpitation; worse, movement. Sense of oppression. Anćmic murmur. Pulse full, but soft and yielding; also, small and weak. Heart suddenly bleeds into the blood vessels, and as suddenly draws a reflux, leaving pallor of surface.

Extremities.–Rheumatism of the shoulder. Dropsy after loss of vital fluids. Lumbago; better, slow walking. Pain in hip-joint, tibia, soles, and heel.

Skin.–Pale; flushes readily; pits on pressure.

Fever.–General coldness of extremities; head and face hot. Chill at 4 am. Heat in palms and soles. Profuse, debilitating sweat.

Modalities.–Better, walking slowly about. Better after rising. Worse, while sweating; while sitting still. After cold washing and overheating. Midnight aggravation.

Relationship.–Antidotes: Ars; Hep.

Complementary.: Chin; Alum; Hamamel.

Compare: Rumex (similar in respiratory and digestive sphere and contains organic iron).

Ferrum aceticum (alkaline urine in acute diseases. Pain in right deltoid. Epistaxis; especially adapted to thin, pale, weak children who grow rapidly and are easily exhausted; varices of the feet; copious expectoration of greenish pus; asthma; worse, sitting still and lying; phthisis, constant cough, vomiting of food after eating, hćmoptysis).

Ferrum arsenicum (enlarged liver and spleen, with fever; undigested stool; albuminuria). Simple and pernicious anćmia and chlorosis. Skin dry. Eczema, psoriasis, impetigo (Use 3x trituration).

Ferrum bromatum (sticky, excoriating leucorrhśa; uterus heavy and prolapsed, scalp feels numb).

Ferrum cyanatum (neuroses with irritable weakness and hypersensitiveness, especially of a periodical character; epilepsy; cardialgia, with nausea, flatulence, constipation, alternating with diarrhśa; chorea).

Ferrum magneticum (small warts on hands)

Ferrum muriaticum (Arrested menstruation; tendency to seminal emissions or copious urination at puberty; very dark, watery stools; diphtheria; phlegmonous erysipelas; pyelitis; hćmoptysis of dark, clotty blood; dyspareunia; pain in right shoulder, right elbow, and marked tendency to cramps and round red spots on cheeks; bright crystals in urine. Anćmia, 3x, after meals. Tincture 1-5 drops 3 times daily for chronic interstitial nephritis).

Ferrum sulphuricum (Watery and painless stools; menorrhagia pressing, throbbing between periods with rush of blood to head. Basedow’s disease. Erethism. Pain in gall-bladder; toothache; acidity; eructation of food in mouthfuls); Ferrum pernitricum (cough, with florid complexion); Ferrum tartaricum (cardialgia; heat at cardiac orifice of stomach).

Ferrum protoxalatum (Anćmia). Use 1x trit. Compare also; Graph; Mangan; Cupr.

Dose.–States of debility where the blood is poor in hematin require material doses; plethoric, hćmorrhagic conditions call for small doses, from the second to the sixth potency.


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Boericke’s Materia Medica: A comprehensive reference guide to homeopathic remedies, including information on their uses, indications, and dosages.

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Samuel Hahnemann: The founder of homeopathy, Hahnemann wrote extensively about the use of highly diluted substances in the treatment of illness. He is best known for his work “Organon of the Medical Art,” which outlines the principles of homeopathy.

James Tyler Kent: Kent was an American homeopathic physician who is known for his contributions to homeopathic materia medica. He wrote “Repertory of the Homeopathic Materia Medica,” which is still widely used today.

William Boericke: Boericke was an Austrian-American homeopathic physician who wrote “Pocket Manual of Homeopathic Materia Medica.” This book is considered one of the most comprehensive and widely used homeopathic reference books.

George Vithoulkas: Vithoulkas is a Greek homeopathic physician and teacher who has written several books on homeopathic materia medica, including “The Science of Homeopathy” and “Essence of Materia Medica.”

Robin Murphy: Murphy is an American homeopathic physician who has written several books on homeopathic materia medica, including “Homeopathic Clinical Repertory” and “Homeopathic Medical Repertory.”

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