NITRICUM ACIDUM (Nit-ac.) – نائٹرک ایسڈ – نائٹریکم ایسڈم
The Nit-ac. patient is miserable, in a state of constant dissatisfaction. They are never pleased by anything. They become nihilistic to the point that life is meaningless.
The characteristic on the physical level is the sluggish circulation, the splinter-like pains and the offensiveness of the discharges.
MISERABLE, ANXIOUS WITH STITCHING PAINS AND OFFENSIVE DISCHARGES
ANXIETY ABOUT HEALTH.
Fear of impending disease, cancer, death. Hypochondriacal anxiety.
Unforgiving, bears a grudge. Unmoved by apologies.
NIHILISTIC. Irritable, sad, cursing. Never cheerful. Suicidal disposition.
STITCHING, SPLINTER-LIKE PAINS. Their special seat of action is where mucous membranes and skin meet.
OFFENSIVE DISCHARGES. URINE SMELLS LIKE HORSE’S URINE.
Offensive perspiration. Excoriating perspiration of feet that destroy the socks.
UNREFRESHING SLEEP. Waking at 2 a.m.
CRACKS about lips, corners of mouth. Fissured tongue.
Cracking in jaw when chewing, in joints, in ankle or knee while walking.
DES.: FAT, salt, indigestible things, earth, chalk, clay.
AVERS.: cheese esp. strong, eggs.
AGG.: milk, eating, jar, after stool, after coition.
AMEL.: riding, loosening clothing, lying, wet weather.