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Key Uses:Ear problems, especially tinnitus, vertigo, and progressive deafnessSevere headachesUlceration on the mucous membranes, such as mouth ulcersWeakness
Origin : Obtained Originally from the bark of the willow tree, but now commercially prepared from phenol.
Background : Salicylic acid is the main ingredient of aspirin. It was first used to prepare aspirin by the Italian chemist R. Piria in 1838.
Preparation : Salicylic acid crystals are triturated with lactose sugar.
Remedy Profile : This remedy is most appropriate for those who are prone to extreme prostration, weakness, and fainting, often due to post-viral fatigue. They may be mild-natured, restless, or anxious, and tend to be either overexcited or stupefied and dull. They are sleepy and yawn often, but wake frequently from sleep thinking that they can hear music.
Key symptoms associated with Salicylic ac. are weakness, ulceration, and ear problems such as tinnitus, vertigo, and progressive deafness, possibly due to Ménière’s disease (a disorder of the inner ear). The remedy may also be used for severe headaches with piercing pains that start at the top or back of the head. Any ulceration tends to focus on the mucous membranes: mouth ulcers, for instance, may be treated with Salicylic ac.
Symptoms Better : For hot compresses, especially dry compresses.
Symptoms Worse : For cold air; at night; for the slightest cold touch; for movement.