1M, 200, 30, C.M
₨ 620.00 – ₨ 1,500.00
Directions of Use:
- As directed by your Physician
- 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 about Zincum Metillicum
The Kind Of Patients Best Respond To The Action Of Zincum Metillicum
Zinc. has a full and substantial proving, including symptoms of every part of the body. It is an antipsoric, suitable in broken down constitutions, feeble constitutions; enfeeblement characterizes the whole proving.
The Zinc. patient is nervous and extremely sensitive, excitable, trembling, quivering, twitching of muscles, tearing pains along the course of the nerves, tingling, excited on the least provocation; oversensitiveness in one part and lack of feeling in another.
Slowness: All the functions are slow; eruptions appear slowly.
The whole economy seems to be tired and feeble, so that when a girl approaches puberty and it is time for the menses to be established, but the flow does not appear, she goes into a decline; she begins to manifest choreic symptoms, jerking and twitching, soreness in the back of the neck, burning of the whole spine, creeping and crawling of the extremities, hysterical manifestations of all sorts.
Sensitive to every little noise, to people talking in the room, to crumpling of paper.
“Talking or listening is distressing; much talking of other people, even of those of who he is fond, affects his nerves and makes him morose.”
Mind: Feeble children, feeble girls, mind feeble, memory poor.
Tendency to be docile, but when aroused irascible. If the child comes down with scarlatina or measles, it goes into a stupor. The eruption does not come out. There is a tendency to convulsions, drawing in the extremities, suppression of urine, rolling of the head from one side to the other, and from stupor it goes into complete unconsciousness; inability to throw eruptions to the surface.
Slowness again: The stomach is slow in digesting; sour vomiting.
The intestines are sluggish. The rectum becomes impacted. Difficult expulsion of urine; paralysis of the bladder and tedious constipation associated with spinal symptoms; urine slow in starting; can pass it only when sitting and in some cases only when sitting leaning back against the seat with hard pressure.