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Acid Chromicum

Description

Information about Dr. Reckeweg Acid Chromicum

Acidum Chromicum is also known as chromic acid or tetraoxochromic acid. Its chemical formula is H2CrO4 and it is a naturally found oxide. It is a corrosive and strong oxidizing agent.

Potency: 3X/30/6/200/1M/CM

Product Origin: Germany

Key uses/benefits:

  • It can treat offensive discharges e.g. sanious and foul smelling lochia.
  • It also prevents painful and offensive ulcers and scabs in nose.
  • It is indicated in sore throat and even post nasal tumors with tough mucus in throat and inclination to swallow it.
  • It is used in frequent, watery, copious stools with nausea and vertigo.
  • It reduces internal and bleeding piles.
  • It prevents rheumatism with pain that increases from least draught of air and by cold water around 2-6 a.m.

Dosage

 

Directions of Use:

  • As directed by your Physician

Safety Information

 

Safety Information:

  • Read the label carefully before use.
  • Store in a cool and dry place away from direct sunlight.
  • Keep out of reach of children.

Additional Information

Additional information about Acid Chromicum

Acidum Chromicum is used in homeopathy to treat several conditions such as angina pectoris, inflammation of brain, affections of eyes, gangrene, piles, ranula, phthisis laryngeal, sore throat, trismus, ulcers, and warts.

Acidum Chromicum therapeutic range of actions as per Boericke Materia Medica

Diphtheria, post-nasal tumors, and epithelioma of the tongue have been benefited by this drug. Bloody, foul-smelling lochia. Symptoms come and go suddenly, and return periodically; offensive discharges.

Nose.–Ulcer and scabs in nose. Offensive smell. Corrosive pain.

Throat.–Diphtheria; sore throat. Tough mucus, with inclination to swallow it; worse, causing hawking. Post-nasal tumors.

Extremities.–Uneasiness in limbs. Pain in shoulder-blades and back of neck. Pain in knees and balls of feet. Drawing pain in soles while walking.

Stool.–Watery, frequent, copious, with nausea and vertigo. Haemorrhoids, internal and bleeding. Weakness in small of back.

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