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Key Uses:Stomach problems accompanied by sharp, cutting abdominal pains, severe nausea, and vomitingBell's palsy
Origin : Chemically prepared.
Background : This mineral derives its name from the Greek word kadmia, meaning “earth.” It is used as a pigment in oil paints and printing ink.
Preparation : Cadmium sulfate is triturated with lactose sugar.
Remedy Profile : Cadmium belongs to the same family on the periodic table as zinc and mercury, and the Cadmium remedy shares some of the traits associated with the remedies based on those elements. When ill, these people are often chilly, exhausted, anxious, irritable, depressed, and have a fear of death. The more their illness progresses, the more they want to stay still, perhaps becoming faint on rising.
The remedy is typically used to treat stomach problems accompanied by sharp, cutting pains in the abdomen, a feeling of constriction, intense burning, and vomiting. There may be nausea so severe that the slightest touch to the lips will trigger abdominal pain and the retching of black or yellowy green vomit.
Symptoms Better : For rest; for eating.
Symptoms Worse : For open air; for getting up; for the slightest movement; after sleep.
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