BROMIUM the element

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REMEDY OF THE DAY: BROMIUM (The Element)
Allen H.C. Keynotes and Characteristics
It acts best, but not exclusively, on persons with light-blue
eyes, flaxen hair, light eyebrows, fair, delicate skin, blonde
red-cheeked, scrofulous girls. Sensation of cobweb on
the face. Fan-like motion of alae nasi of nose.
Sailors suffer from asthma “on Shore”, stony, hard,
scrofulous or tuberculous swelling of glands, especially
on lower jaw and throat (thyroid, sub-maxillary, parotid,
testes) Diphtheria, were the membranes forms in pharynx,
beginning in bronchi, trachea or larynx, and extending
upwards, chest pains running upwards.
Membranous and diphtheritic croup, much rattling of mucus
during cough, but no choking, sounds loose, but no
expectoration. Croupy symptoms with hoarseness during
whooping-cough, gasping from breath.
Dyspnea, cannot inspire deep enough, as if breathing
through a sponge or the air passages were full of smoke
or vapor of sulphur, rattling, sawing, voice inaudible,
danger of suffocation from mucus in larynx
Hypertrophy of heart from GYMNASTICS, in growing boys
(from calisthenics in young girls)
Physometra, loud emission of flatus from the vagina,
membranous dysmenorrhea.
Cold Sensation in larynx of inspiration, better after shaving
Compare in croup and croupy affection, Chlor, Hep. Iod. Spong.
Cures goitre, after Iodine failed.
THE CHIEF DISTINCTION BETWEEN BROM AND IOD. is, the
former cures the blue-eyed and the latter the black-eyed
Patients” Hering
Beatriz H Hill, Medicina Homeopatica behhill

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