DEBILITY IS THE KEYNOTE SYMPTOM OF THIS REMEDY.
IT IS A USEFUL REMEDY FOR DISEASES THAT OCCUR AFTER EXCESSIVE GRIEF.
This remedy is derived from Phosphoric acid.
It is a remedy, which suits subjects, who have mental debility first, followed by physical debility. It is useful in diseases that occur after excessive grief or loss of vital fluids.
It suits persons with a mild yielding disposition, who weep easily and are indifferent to the affairs of life, when they are ill or debilitated. This remedy also suits subjects, who have impaired memory, crushing headache, pressure on the top of the forehead.
It also suits subjects whose hair grays early in life and falls out.
It is useful in subjects who have blue rings around the eyes.
It suits subjects who crave for juicy things, and in whom symptoms occur following ingestion of sour food and drink. It is useful in flatulence and diarrhea. It suits persons who have diarrhea, which is white, watery, involuntary and painless.
It is useful in subjects who have frequent urination, which is milky and whenever there is diabetes.
It suits subjects with frequent emissions at night, with seminal vesiculitis. It suits subjects whose sexual powers are deficient, whose testicles are tender and swollen. It is also useful in cases of eczema of the scrotum with edema of the prepuce and swollen glans penis.
It suits persons with weak joints, tearing pains in the bones and periosteum due to inflammation of the bones with great debility. This remedy is useful in Rickets.
This remedy is useful in Typhoid fever, when the patient lies in a state of stupor. It is also useful in cases with intestinal hemorrhage associated with Typhoid fever.
This remedy is useful in Diabetes with nervous debility, especially in the early stages.
It suits persons who have a tendency for abscess after fever.
It is useful in patients with somnolence with lascivious dreams.
It suits subjects who are better while keeping warm, who are worse exertion, loss of fluids and sexual excesses.
TIPS FROM THE MASTERS…
PHOS ACID has more than once proved curative in purpura and passive hemorrhages.
Dr. Tyler, M.D.
Its great sphere is in debility of the nerves of animal life, from seminal loss, profuse perspiration, leucorrhoea and excessive grief.
My own experience leads me to believe that URANIUM NITRICUM is best suited to cases of Diabetes originating in dyspepsia or assimilative derangement; while PHOSPHORIC ACID excels it where the starting point of the disease was in the nervous system.
Dr. Richard Hughes, L.R.C.P.
In Post-influenza nervous asthenia, there are 3 remedies, which I have found of the greatest value, viz: PICRIC ACID, PHOSPHORIC ACID & COCCULUS INDICUS. In all the three, there is the same feeling of weariness and inability to sustain any mental effort.
Dr. D. M. Borland, M.B., Ch.B., F.F Hom (Lond).
In chronic affections following sorrowful experiences, we give ACID PHOS dil 6x.
Dr. Beta. Gumpertz.
For falling hair from debility after fevers, I have often seen ACIDICUM PHOS successfully.