Nitro-muriatic Acid, Aqua Regia. (A mixture of Chloro nitric Acid, Chloronitrous Acid, Chlorine and water: N2O2Cl4 + H2O + Cl2 + NOCl in watery solution.
Prepared by mixing I8 parts of Nitric Acid with 82 parts of Muriatic Acid.) Dilution.
Nit-m. ac has been proved in the lower dilutions and in the 30th, and some experiments have been made by Dr. Scott (quoted C.D.P.), who acidulated his bath with the acid, and sponged his body with acidulated water.
Sponging and bathing had the same effect, and I have marked his symptoms with (b) in the Schema. Scott noticed that the symptoms were more marked as the proportion of Muriatic acid was increased.
Salivation and sore mouth and throat with dysphagia were produced in Scott and the provers.
Scott noticed that the salivation was intermittent.
Weakness was felt by all.
Headache with drowsiness.
Symptoms were worse after eating and by exercise.
Nat-m-ac. has a clinical reputation in oxaluria and gravel.
Nervous irritation and restlessness (b).
Headache and great sleepiness, worse three PM
Frontal headache with dizziness.
Sensation in temples as if brain distended.
While leading to left side, sudden sticking ache in left temple, preceded by twitching of anterior fibres of temporal muscle.
Sensation on rising from bed as if brain was all in occiput, making it feel heavy.
Old sensation about gums, jaws, and teeth (b), gums somewhat reddened (b).
Pain in some parts of palate or mouth, small superficial ulceration over inside of mouth and tongue, excoriation, with salivation and depression (b).
Salivation intermittent, no fetor (b).
Large blister inside lower lip, cannot help biting it.
Immediately a sense of pressure of fullness in parotid, submaxillary and sublingual glands (in the order named), with some increase of saliva, worse left side.
Extreme salivation, could not spit it out fast enough (soon after fluttering of heart).
Metallic, coppery taste (b).
While writing at a very low table spasmodic, tremulous contractions in pharynx near levator palati muscles.
Pain on swallowing all down esophagus, with burning there and in roof of mouth (b).
Evacuation of flatus and eructations.
Food took longer to digest than usual.
On rising, sensation from left hypochondrium to rectum as of desire for stool.
Slight colic in lower abdomen.
Stool and Anus.
Sudden increase of secretion of bile.
Free, loose, yellowish, pappy stool, after breakfast.
Constipation, seven PM desire for stool, unable to pass anything owing to constriction of sphincter ani, by pressing with finger at end of coccyx and pressing with abdominal muscles, a small amount feces evacuated.
Urging in penis and bladder, aching in hips, thighs, and small of back, after a short delay some pale urine passed.
The fumes caught her breath and produced inflammation of larynx and bronchi (nearly proved fatal).
Breathing easier than usual.
Fluttering at heart, while eating, while moving.
Neck and Back.
While taking a cold bath catching pain in back muscles (right).
Heavy pain in loins.
Sticking in various parts of limbs successively, while walking.
Languid aching through hips and thighs (front) and small of back.
Weak, physically and mentally depressed.
Slept unusually well and felt better for it.
Sleepy with headache.
Chill passing upward, while sitting near stove.
Perspiration increased, often to a great extent.