Sarcolacticum acid. Homeopathy

Acidum SARCOLACTICUM
(Acid Sarcolactico)
Pathogenesis of W. B. Griggs.
GENERAL SYMPTOMS OR SARCOLACTICUM pathogenesis Acidum
1 - () Intense muscle fatigue or exhaustion, with weakness that can become almost paralytic, prostration that follows prolonged physical exertion or that appears after an infectious disease with a feeling of soreness or stiffness, worse from least effort, motion or climbing stairs, or the morning on rising. Easy fatigue and exhaustion.
SPECIFIC SARCOLACTICUM Acidum
2 Sore throat constriction in nasofarinx.
Nausea 3. Uncontrollable vomiting up water, followed by extreme weakness.
4 - () Weakness of the myocardium with dyspnea, during or after an infectious disease.
5 Fatigue in neck, back and shoulders.
6 - () The dolls get tired easily when writing. Feel helpless arms. Stiffness in thighs and calves. Cramps in calves.
Extreme weakness in the legs, especially when climbing stairs.
Enquietud on members night.
7 - () Epidemic influenza violent retching and especially with great prostration.

() Very effective. () Effective. () Util

Source: "Vijnovsky Homoeopathic Materia Medica"

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