Key attributes of homeopathic single remedy Ammonium Carb are Asthma, Bronchitis, Cough, Nose Affections, Sniffles, Tonsillitis.
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Indications: Ammonium Carbonicum is a chief remedy for sniffles and various affections of the nose. Ammonium Carbonicum is well suited to fat people. Stopping of nose which is mostly at night. The patient has to breath through the mouth. Long lasting coryza. It helps in sniffles of infants. The nose is blocked and the child cannot sleep because it cannot breathe. Ammonium Carbonicum is also useful in bleeding from nose when washing the face and hands in the morning, after eating. Bleeding is usually from the left nostril. Bloody mucus comes out frequently when blowing nose. Tip of the nose is congested.
Ammonium Carbonicum is also indicated in various respiratory problems. There is hoarseness and cough every morning at about 3'o clock with difficulty in breathing.There is wheezing and suffocation. There is also burning sensation in the chest which is worse on ascending. During bronchitis there is much oppression in breathing. It also helps in winter catarrh, with slimy sputum with specks of blood.
Ammonium Carbonicum also helps in tonsillitis. The tonsils are engorged. There is soreness in the throat. Worse from cold and relief from dry weather. There is also tendency to gangrenous ulceration of tonsils.
Directions: Please refer the dosage instructions given on the product pack or use the product as directed by your physician.
Warnings: This product is to be used for self-limiting conditions. If symptoms do not improve in 4 days or worsen, discontinue use and seek assistance of a health professional * As with any drug, if you are pregnant or nursing a baby seek professional advise before taking this product * Keep this and all medicine out of reach of children * Store in a cool dark place * Do not use if cap seal is broken or missing * Close cap tightly after use.
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Every homeopathic remedy is explained in detail by William Boericke, M.D. in the Pocket Manual of Homeopathic Materia Medica and Repertory, a book which is highly respected by the homeopathy profession. The following text is excerpted from that book and explains the symptoms covered by this remedy:
Common names: Carbonate of Ammonia,AMMONIUM CARB
The diseased conditions met by this remedy are such as we find often in rather stout women who are always tired and weary, take cold easily, suffer from cholera-like symptoms before menses, lead a sedentary life, have a slow reaction generally, and are disposed to frequent use of the smelling-bottle. Too frequent and profuse menses. Mucous membranes of the respiratory organs are especially affected. Fat patients with weak heart, wheezing, feel suffocated. Very sensitive to cold air. Great aversion to water; cannot bear to touch it. Malignant scarlatina, with somnolence, swollen glands, dark red sore throat, faintly developed eruption. Uræmia. Heaviness in all organs. Uncleanness in bodily habits. Swelling of parts, glands, etc. Acid secretions. Prostration from trifles.
Mind: Forgetful, ill-humored, gloomy during stormy weather. Uncleanliness. Talking and hearing others talk affects greatly. Sad, weepy, unreasonable.
Head: Pulsating forehead; better, pressure and in warm room. Shocks through head.
Eyes: Burning of eyes with aversion to light. Eye-strain (Nat mur). Asthenopia. Sore canthi.
Ears: Hardness of hearing. Shocks through ears, eyes, and nose, when gnashing teeth.
Nose: Discharge of sharp, burning water. Stoppage at night, with long-continued coryza. Cannot breathe through nose. Snuffles of children. Epistaxis after washing and after eating. Ozæna, blows bloody mucus from nose. Tip of nose congested.
Face: Tetters around mouth. Boils and pustules, during menses. Corners of mouth sore, cracked, and burn.
Mouth: Great dryness of mouth and throat. Toothache. Pressing teeth together sends shocks through head, eyes, and ears. Vesicles on tongue. Taste sour; metallic. Cracking of jaw on chewing.
Throat: Enlarged tonsils and glands of neck. Burning pain all down throat. Tendency to gangrenous ulceration of tonsils. Diphtheria when nose is stopped up.
Stomach: Pain at pit of stomach, with heartburn, nausea, waterbrash, and chilliness. Great appetite, but easily satisfied. Flatulent dyspepsia.
Abdomen: Noise and pain in abdomen. Flatulent hernia. Stools difficult, hard, and knotty. Bleeding piles; worse during menses. Itching at anus. Protruding piles, worse after stool, better lying down.
Urine: Frequent desire; involuntary at night. Tenesmus of bladder. Urine white, sandy, bloody, copious, turbid and fetid.
Male: Itching and pain of scrotum and spermatic cords. Erection without desire. Seminal emissions.
Female: Itching, swelling and burning of pudendum. Leucorrhœa burning, acrid, watery. Aversion to the other sex. Menses too frequent, profuse, early, copious, clotted, black; colicky pains, and hard, difficult stool, with fatigue, especially of thighs; yawning and chilliness.
Respiratory: Hoarseness. Cough every morning about three o'clock, with dyspnœa, palpitation, burning in chest; worse ascending. Chest feels tired. Emphysema. Much oppression in breathing; worse after any effort, and entering warm room, or ascending even a few steps. Asthenic Pneumonia. Slow labored, stertorous breathing; bubbling sound. Winter catarrh, with slimy sputum and specks of blood. Pulmonary œdema.
Heart: Audible palpitation with fear, cold sweat, lachrymation, inability to speak, loud breathing and trembling hands. Heart weak, wakes with difficult breathing and palpitation.
Extremities: Tearing in joints relieved by heat of bed; inclination to stretch limbs. Hands cold and blue; distended veins. Fingers swell when arm is hanging down. Panaritium, deep-seated periosteal pain. Cramps in calves and soles. Big toe painful and swollen. Felons in the beginning. Heel painful on standing. Tearing in ankle and bones of feet, better when warm in bed.
Sleep: Sleepiness during the day. Starts from sleep strangling.
Skin: Violent itching and burning blisters. Scarlet rash. Miliary rash. Malignant scarlatina. Faintly developed eruptions from defective vitality. Erysipelas in the aged, with brain symptoms. Eczema in the bends of extremities, between legs, about anus and genitals.
Modalities: Worse, evenings, from cold, wet weather, wet applications, washing, and during 3 to 4 am, during menses. Better, lying on painful side and on stomach; in dry weather.
Relationship: Inimical to Lachesis. Similar in action.
Antidotes: Arnica; Camphor.
Compare: Rhus; Muriatic acid; Tartar emet.
Of use in poisoning by charcoal fumes.