Trinitrum syn. Nitroglycerinum
Nitroglycerine, trinitroglycerine, glyceryl trinitrate.
Key Uses:Heat exhaustionHigh blood pressure, especially in the elderlyMenopausal hot flashesSevere headaches, accompanied by great confusion and a compulsion to hold the head and squeeze it
Origin : Chemically prepared.
Background : An Italian chemist, Ascanio Sobreoro, created nitroglycerine in 1846, and 20 years later the Swedish chemist Alfred Nobel used it to develop dynamite.
Preparation : Nitroglycerine is dissolved in purified water, diluted, and succussed.
Remedy Profile : Symptoms that are treated with Glonoinum focus on the regulation of the circulation between the head and the heart. The remedy is used when an increase in blood supply causes hot flashes, similar to those experienced during heatstroke, which surge up to the brain in waves, resulting in severe headaches. There is typically a bursting, “full” sensation in the head, with great confusion and a compulsion to hold the head and squeeze it. Glonoinum is also used for high blood pressure, particularly in the elderly, for heat exhaustion, and for menopausal hot flashes.
Symptoms Better : For fresh air.
Symptoms Worse : For heat, especially that of the sun; for movement such as shaking the head.