Cadmium Sulphuricum – Cadmium Sulphate

Cadmium Sulphuricum – Cadmium Sulphate

The attenuations are prepared from Cadmium sulphate, CdSO4 · 8/3 H2O, MW: 256.5.

The main symptoms and indications are:

Burning in the stomach. Vomiting. Haematemesis. Carcinoma of the stomach, (may also be prescribed orally).

The action is similar to that of Zinc, but more powerful. There is a desire to be completely at rest, as in Bryonia, but at the same time irritability of the stomach and exhaustion as in Arsenicum Album.

A hint is provided by the symptom: shivering, even when near heating.

The tendency to vomiting is so pronounced that vomiting and retching occur when food has scarcely touched the lips.

Further symptoms which occur are: ulceration and congestion of the nose, itching of the skin, yellow patch on the nose, cheeks and chest.

Yellow fever with black vomiting, ozaena and chloasma are also indications.

The German Monograph-Preparation Commission for the Homoeopathic Field of Therapy has, under the Preparation Monograph for Cadmium sulphuricum, pub- lished the following indication(s) in the German Bundesanzeiger (German Federal Gazette) for cadmium sulphuricum: facial paralysis; corneal clouding; nasal polyps; acute and chronic inflammation of the gastrointestinal tract; general weak- ness and debilitation.

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