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Dr. Reckeweg Zincum Sulphuricum30 CH (11 ml)

Dr. Reckeweg Zincum Sulphuricum 30 CH (11 ml)

For anxiety, cough, swollen gums, cramps, blisters, Tinnitus, Dysentry, Heartburns, Paralysis of tongue


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Generally delivered in 3 - 7 days
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Form:                  Drops

Common Name: White Vitriol. Sulphate of Zinc. Zinc Sulphate.

It is useful in convulsions, opacity of cornea with granular lids, dysentery, headache and heartburns. It is also indicated in profuse bleeding from uterus, stricture of oesophagus and paralysis of tongue. Clears up the opacity of cornea. Trembling and convulsions.

Convulsions. Cornea, opacity of. Dysentery. Granular lids. Headache. Heartburn. Laughter, involuntary. Metrorrhagia. esophagus, stricture of. Prurigo. Tongue, paralysis of.

Take 5 drops in half cup of water 3 times a day or as prescribed by the physician OR

Medicate the globules and take 4-6 globules 3 times a day or as prescribed by the physician.

  • Frightful visions during headache; saw her child with its head shattered
  • Headache: violent, with thirst. Burning, acute pain in head. Immediately felt as if a painful electric shock had gone through his head; he expected his brains would have burst through his skull.
  • Eyes: heavy, dull; staring; fixed, with peculiar bright lustre; convulsed, with upper limbs.
  • Diffuse opacity of each cornea goes away on using a lotion round both orbits externally. Pupils dilated.
  • Face: pale; sunken; with cold extremities and convulsed pulse; leaden tint, contracted features.
  • Tongue: moist, a little blanched; partially paralysed. Tongue, mouth, and lips greatly swollen.
  • Gums swollen and red on outer edge.
  • Thirst: intolerable; and dry mouth.
  • Inflammation of abdomen, with retraction of umbilicus and terrible colic.
  • Violent cough, with bloody and purulent expectoration. Breathing: weak, slow; difficult.
  • Pulse: fluttering.; indistinguishable; dicrotic; almost lost, as in cholera.
  • Skin pale yellow. Deadly pallor, skin milky white. Blisters on neck discharge first bloody water, later thin, green, ill-smelling pus.
  • Sleepy and stupid, wanted to sleep and die in peace.

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