Natrum lacticum

Natural History.
      Sodium lactate.
      Na.C3H5O3.
      Solution.

Clinical.
      Gout.
      Gouty concretions.
      Rheumatism.

Characteristics.
      Allen has collected a few observation on the effects of large doses, which I have schematised below.
      Skinner has removed with it, in potencies, gouty or rheumatic concretions ("chalk stones") in fingers.

Relations.
      Compare: The Lacs, Lact-ac. In "chalk stones," Lyc., Calc.

Stomach.
      Unusual hunger and thirst.
      Vomiting (from very large doses).

Lower Limbs.
      Great weakness of lower limbs, analogous to anxietas tibiarum after great physical exertion.

Generalities.
      Rheumatoid pains.
      Abnormal sense of fatigue, yawning and sleepiness.

Sleep.
      Sleep more prolonged and sounder.
      Yawning and sleepiness.