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    DR WILLMAR SCHWABE KALIUM MURIATICUM BIOCHEMIC TABLET 12X

    (20 GM biochemic tablet in bottle)
    DR WILLMAR SCHWABE KALIUM MURIATICUM BIOCHEMIC TABLET 12X
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    KALIUM MURIATICUM TABLET 
    Kali Muriaticum is also known chemically as Potassium Chloride. This is a Tissue Salt remedy used homeopathically for a number of conditions especially catarrhal and inflammatory conditions. 
     
    It is used curatively for following conditions: 
     
    Head 
     
    Dandruff with white crusts. 
    Headache due to sinusitis 
     
    Skin 
     
    Clear up acne 
    Good for blisters with white discharge. 
    Dry white flour like scaly skin with crusts and white discharge. 
    Children's eczema when it happens on the face 
     
    Ear 
     
    Ear pains especially after change in atmospheric pressure. 
    Initials stages of deafness 
    Clears sore throat acquired at a hospital 
     
    Throat 
     
    Colds and congestion 
    Very good for catarrhal and inflammatory states 
    Clears up congestion with white discharge. 
     
    Stomach 
     
    Thread worms infection causing itching at anus 
    Piles bleeding dark clotted blood 
    Poor appetite with Vomiting 
    Loose motions and indigestion especially after fatty foods 
     
    Very good in fever especially when combined after another homeopathic remedy Ferrum Phos. It helps to bring the fever down. 
     
    Dose-As prescribed by physician. Can be taken along with other allopathic medicines. 
     
    Side effects-None 
     
    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. 
     
    Similar drugs - belladonna, Bryonia and Pulsatilla.

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    Content on this page was last updated on 18 May, 2017, by Dr. Varun Gupta (MD Pharmacology)