Mercurialis, Mercurius: bijodatus, jodatus, sol, Methylglyoxal, Mezereum. Homeopathy

Mercurialis perennis (perennial mercurial)
Rheumatic affections. Polyarthritis with endocarditis. Influenza. Sepsis. Hepatic function disorders.

Bijodatus Mercury (mercuric iodide)
Tonsillitis, especially of viral origin. Acute rhinitis with rhinorrhea. Catarrh of the sinuses. Suppuration. Tonsillar hyperplasia.

Mercurius jodatus flavus (yellow mercuric iodide)
Neoplasms. Tonsillitis. Adnexitis.

Mercurius praecipitatus ruber (red mercury iodide)
Periostitis. Ostelagias night. Fistulas bony. Pustular acne.

Mercurius sol Hanhnemanni (mixture containing essentially mercuroamidonitrato). Antisuparativo effect in pyuria and inflammations of the urogenital tract. Oozing abscesses. Boil. Anthrax. Abscesses. Phlegmon. Empyema. Tonsillitis, nasopharyngeal catarrh of the sinuses. Acute and chronic inflammations of the entire lymph system. Dysentery. Hepatitis. Cholangitis. Tissue chronic conditions.

Methylglyoxal (methyl glyoxal)
In mobile phases, especially in stages of degeneration and neoplasia.

Mezereum (daphne)
Pruritic dermatosis herpetiformis. Neuralgia with great sensitivity to cold air. Herpes zoster. Vesicular eczema. Vulvar pruritus. Headache. Otitis media. Rheumatism and ostealgias (periostitis).

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