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Muriaticum acidicum

Dr Peter's
Tabular Materia Media

Muriaticum acidicum

1. Description

Kingdom:
Mineral
Family:
Inorganic acid
Latin Name:
Muriaticum acidicum-
Homeopathic:
Muriatic acid
Abbreviation:
Mur-ac
Synonyms:
Muriatic acid, Mur-acid, Anhydrous hydrochloric acid, Aqueous hydrogen chloride, Bowl cleaner, Chlorane, Chloridohydrogen, Chlorohydric acid, Dapiprazole, Dapiprazole hydrochloride, HCl, Hydrochloric acid, Hydrochloride, Hydrogen chloride, Hydrogen chloride, Anhydrous, muriaticum acidicum.

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2. Source & History

Historically called Muriatic acid or spirits of salt Hydrochloric acid was produced from Sulphuric acid (vitriol) and common salt in 800 AD by the alchemist Jabir Ibn Hayyan. It was also known to European alchemists as spirits of salt or acidum salis (salt acid) names which are still used to this day.
Today it is produced mainly as a byproduct from the Solvay process of manufacturing sodium carbonate (soda ash) from salt and limestone. It is used widely in the chemical industry as a metal solvent and oxidiser. Because of these characteristics hydrochloric acid has been listed under UN narcotic legislation for its use in the production of heroin, cocaine, and methamphetamine.
Hydrochloric acid is found in Gastric acid and is one of the main secretions of the stomach where it acidifies the stomach to a pH of 1 - 2. The Gastric juices consists mainly of hydrochloric acid together with enzymes such as pepsin and mucilage.

3. Mentals & Generals

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A collapsed constitution at a physical level rather than emotional or mental.  Profound wekness as a result of prolonged illness.

Septic blood with haemorrhagic tendency.

Great restlessness with extreme prostration and very great weakness.

Excited irritability, peevish, All the senses are too acute, photophobic, acutely sensitive to sound & noise, smell and taste, sleepy but unable to sleep, tosses about, slides down to end of bed.
Exhausted weakness the patient is apt to be sad, self absorbed, taciturn, introspective, brooding, laconic, silent and sullen, pusillanimous, desponding and cross about everything due to anxiety about the past, present or future both real or imaginary. Suffers in silence. 
Paralysis of the brain indicated by vacant, staring eyes, dropping of the lower jaw, coldness of the extremities,

4. Particulars

Tongue dry as leather, paralysed; gums swollen, sordes on teeth; breath foul.
Diffuse redness of the mucous membrane of the mouth, followed by grayish-white exudation.
Heat, fever without thirst.
Gastritis, averse to meat
Involuntary watery stools whenever he attempts to urinate.

Stools mushy, with frequent discharge of offensive flatus and pain in the rectum.
Involutary stool whilst urinating.

Excessive soreness in rectum and anus; crawling, burning, stinging pain at the anus.
Haemorrhoidal tumors, blue, hot, and so sore that even the pressure of a sheet cannot be borne; prolapse while urinating.
Eruption on the skin, papular, petechial, with much itching.
Patient slips down toward the foot of the bed
Skin eruptions with great itching

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Damp weather
Before midnight
Touch
Rest & sleep
After food

Lying on left
Warmth

6. Keywords

Convalescing from chronic illness
Overacute sences
Thirstless fever
Tongue dry, paralysed; gums ulcerated, breath foul.
Lower jaw hangs down
Slips down to end of bed.
Mushy offensive flatus.
Involutary stool whilst urinating.
Haemorrhoids
Extremeties cold
Itchy skin with foul discharge.

7. Clinicals

Collapse and CFS
Haemorrhoids
Gastritis
Diarrhoea
Ulcers
Sepsis of the blood

8. Constitutional Prescribing

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The use of Mur-ac is usually restricted to symptomatic situations. 
However as always it is the patient picture that is important especially the mental & general manifestations that are the key determinants for its Constitutional use.
High potency Constitutional prescription may be used as background together with a concurrent lower potency symptomatic remedy administered according to the Law of Similars in situations where two or more of the main symptoms occur together in the patient. For example
Ulcers and Haemorrhoids
Sepsis and Gastritis

9. Relationships

Activity:
-
Affinities:
-
Complements:
Apis (mouth blisters), Ars (diarrhoea) , Bapt (tongue), Bell (piles),  Bry (fever), Cold-v (coldness), Caust (piles), Gel (prostration), Laur (coldness), Nit-ac (averse to meat), Nux-v (anger), Phoa-ac (prostration),
Rhus-t (restlessness), Sel (weakness),
Inimicals:
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It follows well
Bry, Merc, Rhus-t

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11. Further Information

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by Sylvian Cazalet Homeopathe International Reversed Kent's Repertory
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by Valerie Sadovsy
 
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Muratic acid
Laboratory Muriatic acid

Location of stomach in body where gastric juice (HCl) is secreted
Location of the stomach where gastric juice (HCl) is secreted.

Kingdom: Mineral
Latin Name: Muriaticum acidicum
Common Name: Hydrochloric acid
Homeopahtic: Muraticum acidicum 


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