Baryta Carbonica H.C.Allen

Baryta Carbonica Especially adapted to complaints of first and second childhood; the psoric or tubercular.

Memory deficient; forgetful, inattentive; child cannot be taught for it cannot remember; threatened idiocy.

Baryta Carbonica has Scrofulous, dwarfish children who do not grow (children who grow too rapidly, Calcarea ); scrofulous ophthalmia, cornea opaque; abdomen swollen; frequent attacks of colic; face bloated; general emaciation.

Baryta Carbonica Children both physically and mentally weak.

Dwarfish, hysterical women and old maids with scanty menses; deficient heat, always cold and chilly.

Old, cachectic people; scrofulous, especially when fat; or those who suffer from gouty complaints ( Acidum fluoricum ).

Diseases of old men; hypertrophy or induration of prostrate and testes; mental and physical weakness.

Apoplectic tendency in old people; complaints of old drunkards; headache of aged people, who are childish.

Persons subject to quinsy, take cold easily, or with every, even the least, cold have an attack of tonsillitis prone to suppuration ( Hepar , Psorinum ).

Inability to swallow anything but liquids ( Baptisia , Silicea ).

Haemorrhoids protrude every time he urinates ( Acid Muriaticum ).

Chronic cough in psoric children; enlarged tonsils or elongated uvula; < after slight cold ( Alumina ).

Swelling and indurations, or incipient suppuration of glands, especially cervical and inguinal.

Offensive foot sweat; toes and soles get sore; of the heels; throat affections after checked foot sweat (compare, Graphites , Psorinum , Sanicula , Silicea ).

Great sensitiveness to cold ( Calcarea , Kali carb. , Psorinum ).

Baryta Carbonica Relation. – Frequently useful before or after Psorinum , Sulphur , and Tuberculinum

After Barayta carbonica , Psor will often eradicate the constitutional tendency to quinsy.

Similar: to, Alum , [Calcarea iod.], Dulcamara , Acidum fluoricum , Iodium , Silicea

Incompatible: after Calcarea in scrofulous affections.

Aggravation. – When thinking of his disease ( Acid oxalicum ); lying on painful side; after meals; washing affected parts.

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