Key attributes of homeopathic single remedy Antimonium Tartaricum are Bronchitis, Congestion, Dry Cough, Lung affections, Pneumonia, Tongue coated, Vomiting.
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Indications: Antimonium Tartaricum is well indicated remedy for any respiratory problem like bronchitis, pneumonia or any other lung condition with dry cough with much rattling of mucus but little expectoration. It is useful for problems arising from exposure to damp basements or cellars. There is rapid, short, difficult breathing. Suffocated feeling in the evening and at 3 am compelling the patient to sit up. Loud rattling mucus which can be heard across the room. Large accumulation causing congestion in the lungs. Cough excited by eating with pain in the chest. Cough and dysnoea better by lying on the right side.
Antimonium Tartaricum also helps in many gastro-intestinal conditions, where tongue is thickly coated with red streaks, dry in the middle. In most of the conditions the patient is thirstless. It is also indicated in vomiting and diarrhea. Vomiting in any position except when lying on right side. Vomits until he faints. The patient feels very much sleepy after vomiting. There is irresistable craving for apples.
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: Tartar Emetic. Tartrate of Antimony and Potash
Has many symptoms in common with Antimonium Crudum but also many peculiar to itself. Clinically, its therapeutic application has been confined largely to the treatment of respiratory diseases, rattling of mucus with little expectoration has been a guiding symptom. There is much drowsiness, debility and sweat characteristic of the drug, which group should always be more or less present, when the drug is prescribed. Gastric affections of drunkards and gouty subjects. Cholera morbus. Sensation of coldness in blood-vessels. Bilharziasis. Antimonium tart is homeopathic to dysuria, strangury, hæmaturia, albuminuria, catarrh of bladder and urethra, burning in rectum, bloody mucous stools, etc. Antimon tart acts indirectly on the parasites by stimulating the oxidizing action of the protective substance. By-effects following injection for Bilharziasis. Chills and contractures and pain in muscles.
Trembling of whole body, great prostration and faintness. Lumbago. Chills, contractures and muscular pains. Warts on glans penis.
Mind and Head: Vertigo alternates with drowsiness. Great despondency. Fear of being alone. Muttering, delirium, and stupor. Vertigo, with dullness and confusion. Band-like feeling over forehead. Face pale and sunken. Child will not be touched without whining. Headache as from a band compressing (Nit ac).
Tongue: Coated, pasty, thick white, with red edges. Red and dry, especially in the center. Brown.
Face: Cold, blue, pale; covered with cold sweat. Incessant quivering of chin and lower jaw (Gelsem).
Stomach: Difficult deglutition of liquids. Vomiting in any position, excepting lying on right side. Nausea, retching, and vomiting, especially after food, with deathly faintness and prostration. Thirst for cold water, little and often, and desire for apples, fruits, and acids generally. Nausea produces fear; with pressure in præcordial region, followed by headache with yawning and lachrymation and vomiting.
Abdomen: Spasmodic colic, much flatus. Pressure in abdomen, especially on stooping forward. Cholera morbus. Diarrhœa in eruptive diseases.
Urinary: Burning in urethra during and after urinating. Last drops bloody with pain in bladder. Urging increased. Catarrh of bladder and urethra. Stricture. Orchitis.
Respiratory Organs: Hoarseness. Great rattling of mucus, but very little is expectorated. Velvety feeling in chest. Burning sensation in chest, which ascends to throat. Rapid, short, difficult breathing; seems as if he would suffocate; must sit up. Emphysema of the aged. Coughing and gaping consecutively. Bronchial tubes overloaded with mucus. Cough excited by eating, with pain in chest and larynx. Œdema and impending paralysis of lungs. Much palpitation, with uncomfortable hot feeling. Pulse rapid, weak, trembling. Dizziness, with cough. Dyspnœa relieved by eructation. Cough and dyspnœa better lying on right side--(opposite Badiaga).
Back: Violent pain in sacro-lumbar region. Slightest effort to move may cause retching and cold, clammy sweat. Sensation of heavy weight at the coccyx, dragging downward all the time. Twitching of muscles; limbs tremulous.
Skin: Pustular eruption, leaving a bluish-red mark. Small-pox. Warts.
Fever: Coldness, trembling, and chilliness. Intense heat. Copious perspiration. Cold, clammy sweat, with great faintness. Intermittent fever with lethargic condition.
Sleep: Great drowsiness. On falling asleep electric-like shocks. Irresistible inclination to sleep with nearly all complaints.
Modalities: Worse, in evening; from lying down at night; from warmth; in damp cold weather; from all sour things and milk. Better, from sitting erect; from eructation and expectoration.
Relationship: Antidotes: Puls; Sepia.
Compare: Kali sulph; Ipecac.