(Nitrate of Sodium)
A Rademacherian remedy for inflammations. Hemoptysis. Hematuria. Purpura hemorrhagica. Hemorrhagic Variola. Drowsiness. Pains of tabes. Influenza. Hemoglobinuria. Uric acid diathesis. Asthma with urine supersaturated with solids. Anemia and hydremia. Exhaustion, must rest frequently when walking.
Dull. Indisposed to mental and bodily exertion. Pressing inward pain. Otalgia. Inward pressing in malar bones. Nosebleed.
Sour risings. Aversions to coffee. Flatulence, with pressure in pit of stomach and pain in chest; worse motion, better eructation.
Abdominal muscles painfully contracted towards the spine. Distended. Difficult stool; feels as if more remained to pass.
Pain in region of heart. Pulse slower and softer.
Second trituration, also watery solution; 1 dram of salt to 8 oz water. Dram doses.
Reference: "Pocket Manual of Homeopathic Materia Medica & Repertory" by William Boericke