Arsenicum Bromatum and Arsenicum Hydrogenisatum
(Bromide of Arsenic)
Has proven a great anti-psoric and anti-syphilitic remedy. Herpetic eruptions, syphilitic excrescences, glandular tumors and indurations, carcinoma, locomotor ataxia, and obstinate intermittents, and diabetes are all greatly influenced by this preparation.
Acne rosacea, with violet papules on nose; worse in the spring. Acne in young people.
Tincture, two to four drops daily in water. In diabetes, three drops three times a day in a glass of water.
The general action of Arsenic more accentuated. Anemia. Anxiety; despair. Hematuria, with general blood disorganization. Hemorrhages from mucous membranes. Urine suppressed, followed by vomiting. Prepuce and glans covered with pustules and round superficial ulcers. Collapse. Coldness; prostration. Sudden weakness and nausea. Skin becomes dark brown.
Violent vertigo on going upstairs. Eyes sunken; broad, blue circles around. Violent sneezing. Nose cold. Must be wrapped up with warm cloths.
Tongue enlarged; deep, irregular ulcer; nodular swelling. Mouth hot and dry; little thirst.