SULPHURIC ACID (Sul-ac.) – سلفیورک ایسڈ
HURRIEDNESS WITH EXHAUSTION
HURRIEDNESS. Cannot do things fast enough. Everybody must hurry. So hurried that he does things out of order.
Impatient, feels there’s not enough time to get things done, things move too slowly.
Fretful and irritable over the slightest cause.
Prostration of mind after an injury.
Changeable mood during perspiration.
Sensation of weakness in the abdomen.
APHTHÆ on the tongue, inside of cheeks and whole gastro-intestinal tract which are painful, often periodical.
SENSITIVE TO SMOKE, FUMES, SMOG, STRONG ODORS (asthma).
Sensation as if the brain is loose in the forehead.
Bluish or black spots in skin, esp. face, extremities.
Sourness of the body and stomach (Hep., Mag-c., Rheum)
Diarrhœa very foul, offensive, from unripe fruit and oysters, after the slightest indiscretion in eating.
Yellow, saffron-like, stringy stool.
Eructation like spoiled eggs.
Profuse, acrid or stringy discharges.
Bruising and ecchymosis. Follows Arn. in acute injuries.
Pains increase gradually and end suddenly.
As if a blunt plug being driven in.
Pains felt during sleep, disappear on waking.
AGG.: SMOG, SMOKE, becoming cold, oysters.
AMEL.: air, walking fast.
DES.: brandy, fruit, alcohol, sweets.
AVERS.: water (unless alcohol is added), coffee.