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About Acidum Nitricum (Nitric Acid) Homeopathy Dilution
Acidum Nitricum is a homeopathic remedy prepared by potentizing nitric acid. Potentization is a homeopathic process; it stimulates seemingly non-medicinal substances into acquiring medicinal properties by virtue of standardized methods. In homeopathy, Acidum Nitricum is used for a wide range of therapeutic applications.
This remedy has a specific action on the outlets of the body where the mucous membrane and skin meet with pain as if from splinters, which appears and disappears quickly. It is indicated for blisters and ulcers in mouth, tongue and genitals which bleed easily. The discharges from the body are very offensive, especially urine, feces, and perspiration
Acidum Nitricum uses
Acidum Nitricum is a primarily syphilitic remedy, which in homeopathic language means that it has an affinity for destructive, ulcerating, and excoriating processes. All the body discharges under this remedy are offensive. Blisters and ulcers which bleed easily are common. Pains are characteristically splinter-like. Some symptoms falling under this medicine are:
- The patient is irritable, hopeless, vindictive, and fearful of death. He irrationally fears cancer and hops from one doctor to another.
- Patient is also oversensitive to noise, pain, touch, etc.
- Discharges from all orifices are thick and fetid and have splinter-like pains.
- Patient craves indigestible things like chalk, earth, etc.
- Painful hemorrhoids with fissures, constipation and violent cutting pains that last long after stools have been passed.
- Strong and offensive urine that causes burning in the parts.
- Loss of voice, dry hacking cough and shortness of breath.
- Ulcers with irregular edges, offensive discharges, and splinter-like pains. Warts.
The medicine especially affects the areas where skin meets mucous membranes.
From a clinical viewpoint, some conditions that can be treated by this remedy are hemorrhoids, warts, diarrhea, bronchitis, dysentery, fistulae, corns, arthritis, and many more.
What doctors recommend Acidum Nitricum for?
Nitric Acid is thought of in these 3 clinical conditions; Ulcerative, Hemorrhagic and tendencies to catch cold as per Dr Kasim Chimthanawala. Watch his video titled “Nitric Acid Homeopathic Medicine, Symptoms, Uses, Personality, Benefits | Nitric Acid 30, 200” to know more
Dr Kirti recommends recommends nitric acid as highly effective for piles, especially for the pain of Piles & Fissure . Watch his You Tube video titled “ Why acid nitric is best medicine for piles ? How to Use Acid Nitric for Piles ?” to know more
Dr Aparna Samanta recommends Acid Nitric for Fissure, Fistula, Ulceration
Acidum Nitricum Sphere of clinical action
The medicine especially affects the areas where skin meets mucous membranes. It is reported to be useful in haemorrhoids, fissure, ulcer, diarrhoea, bright's disease, bronchitis, corns, dysentery, fistula, warts, etc.
It is indicated in blisters and ulcers in mouth, tongue, genitals; bleed easily. Fissures, with pain during stool, as if rectum were torn. All discharges very offensive, especially urine, feces, and perspiration. Persons who have chronic diseases, and take cold easily and disposed to diarrhœa. Excessive physical irritability. Cachexia, due to syphilis, scrofula, intermittent fever with liver involvement and anæmia, etc. Gravel; arthritis. Capillary bleeding after curettage.
The dosage of Acidum Nitricum homeopathic medicine, like any other homeopathic remedy, depends on the symptoms and on the patient. Sometimes the medicine may be given in low potencies with frequent repetitions. Other times, a single dose of high potency may be prescribed for a long period of time. The choice of dose, potency and repetition is best made by a homeopathic practitioner. It is always advised to consult your doctor rather than self-medicate.
Form of taking
The most common mode of taking the medicine is in the form of pills. Globules in a range of sizes are medicated with the homeopathic dilutions and then ingested as prescribed, generally twice or thrice a day. The medicine may also be administered in liquid form by mixing few drops in water. The mode of intake and dosage (see below) depend upon the age, sensitivity, and symptoms of the patient, among other factors.