Argentum Met

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Dosage

Dosage

 

Directions of Use:

  • As directed by your Physician
Safety Information

Safety Information

 

Safety Information:

  • Read the label carefully before use.
  • Store in a cool and dry place away from direct sunlight.
  • Keep out of reach of children.
Additional Information

Additional Information

Additional information about Argentum Met

Argentum metallicum is used to treat complaints of sore throat, upper respiratory tract infections, hoarseness and loss of voice, joint pains and headaches. It is also indicated in cases of ovaritis, prolapsed of uterus and erosion of cervix. Depending upon the individualization of case, it is also used for other problems by homoeopathic physicians.

Argentum Metallicum therapeutic range of actions as per Boericke Materia Medica

Emaciation, a gradual drying up, desire for fresh air, dyspnoea, sensation of expansion and left-sided pains are characteristic. The chief action is centered on the articulations and their component elements, bones, cartilages, and ligament’s. Here the small blood vessels become closed up or withered and carious affections result. They come on insidiously, lingering, but progress. The larynx is also a special center for this drug.

Mental.–Hurried feeling; time passes slowly; melancholy.

Head.–Dull paroxysmal neuralgia over left side, gradually increasing and ceasing suddenly. Scalp very tender to touch. Vertigo, with intoxicated feeling, on looking at running water. Head feels empty, hollow. Eyelids red and thick. Exhausting coryza, with sneezing. Pain in facial bones. Pain between left eye and frontal eminence.

Throat.–Raw, hawking, gray, jelly-like mucus, and throat sore on coughing. Profuse and easy morning expectoration.

Respiratory.–Hoarseness Aphonia. Raw, sore feeling when coughing. Total loss of voice of professional singers. Larynx feels sore and raw. Easy expectoration, looking like boiled starch. Feeling of raw spot near supra sternal fossa. Worse from use of voice. Cough from laughing. Hectic fever at noon. On reading aloud, must hem and hawk. Great weakness of chest; worse left side. Alteration in timbre of voice. Pain in left lower ribs.

Back.–Severe backache; must walk bent, with oppression of chest.

Urine.–Diuresis. Urine profuse, turbid, sweet odor. Frequent urination. Polyuria.

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