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    ADEL ARG NIT DILUTION 200CH

    (10 ML dilution in bottle)
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    ADEL ARG NIT DILUTION 200CH
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    Argentum Nitricum Dilution
    It is a metal remedy prepared from Silver nitrate. It is used for giddiness, paralysis, stroke, muscle pain, anaemia, weakness, weight loss, sore-throat, loose motions and ulcers.

    Mind

    Fear of failure
    Sadness
    Fear of serious disease
    Anxiety and nervousness
    Mental confusion
    Impulsive wants to do things in a hurry


    Head

    Headache after emotional disturbance
    Giddiness with buzzing sound in ears
    Headache better after pressure and tight bandage


    Eyes

    Redness of eyes
    Discharge from eyes pus filled
    Pain in eyes with blurring of vision
    Fear of light, it increases pain
    Eye-strain from sewing; worse in warm room


    Throat

    Sore-throat
    Mucus in throat, has to clear it frequently
    Cough after smoking
    Choked up feeling in throat
    Sensation of a splinter in throat on swallowing


    Stomach

    Nausea
    Vomiting
    Gas bloat
    Burning pain in stomach
    Craving for sweets
    Flatulence; painful swelling of pit
    Gastritis of drunkards
    Ulcerative pain in left side under ribs

    Rectum

    Loose motions
    Stool watery, mucus, green coloured with bloating of abdomen
    Loose motions immediately after eating or drinking


    Extremities

    Weakness with trembling
    Paralytic state
    Pain and weakness felt in calves
    Numbness felt in arms

    Dose: As advised by physician. Can be taken with Allopathic medicines

    Precautions: Maintain half an hour gap between food/drink/any other medicines and homeopathic medicine.
    Avoid any strong smell in the mouth while taking medicine e.g. camphor, garlic, onion, coffee, hing.

    Side Effects: None reported
    Similar drugs: Ars alb, Merc sol, Phos

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    Content on this page was last updated on 03 July, 2017, by Dr. Varun Gupta (MD Pharmacology)