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    Ammonium chloratum
    Sal ammoniac, ammonium chloride.

    Key Uses:
  • Enlarged glands
  • Inflammatory eye conditions
  • Liver complaints
  • Menstrual disorders
  • Respiratory disorders, such as congested nose, sneezing, reduced sense of smell, sore throat, hoarseness, and thick, slimy mucus
  • Sciatica and joint pains

    Origin : Until the 19th century, the only source of this mineral was in central Asia, but now it is also chemically prepared.

    Background : Sal ammoniac is used industrially as an electrolyte in dry cells. Medicinally, it is found in many over-the-counter cold and cough medicines.

    Preparation : The compound is dissolved in alcohol, diluted, and succussed.

    Remedy Profile : This remedy is typically given to people who are grieving, sad, depressed, and tearful, yet are unable to weep. Usually reserved and self-pitying, they may resent feeling alone in the world.
    Ammonium mur. is generally used for these symptoms in conjunction with liver complaints, particularly if they are accompanied by pinching, shooting pains in the stomach, catarrh, and a violent cough that is dry and scraping or loose, and profuse. Inflammatory eye conditions, menstrual disorders, enlarged glands, joint pains, and sciatica are other possible symptoms that may appear, and for which the remedy may be prescribed. Further respiratory symptoms typically associated with Ammonium mur. include a congested nose, sneezing, a reduced sense of smell, a sore throat, hoarseness, and thick, slimy mucus in the nose and throat.

    Symptoms Better : For open air; for rapid movement; for walking bent over.

    Symptoms Worse : For walking erect; for chronic sprains; in the morning (in the case of head and chest symptoms); in the afternoon (in the case of abdominal pains); in the evening (in the case of joint pains).

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