Idioms Quiz 19
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Key Uses:Acute rheumatic painsConditions arising from radiation poisoning or treatment, such as ulcers from X-ray burnsNeuralgic painsPsoriasis, eczema, dermatitis, acne rosacea, nevi, or molesSkin cancer
Origin : Chemically prepared.
Background : Radium is too unstable to exist in a pure form in nature, and usually combines with chlorine or bromine.
Preparation : The compound is dissolved in purified water, diluted, and succussed.
Remedy Profile : Radium brom. is best suited to depressed, anxious people who need company and are afraid of being alone in the dark. Conditions arising from radiation poisoning or treatment, such as ulcers from X-ray burns or skin problems, are typically treated with the remedy. Skin symptoms are characterized by burning, dry, itchy, scaly eruptions, or by thickening or callousing of the skin: psoriasis, eczema, dermatitis, acne rosacea, nevi (skin blemishes), moles, ulcers, and even cancers may all respond to the remedy. Constricting neuralgic pains, acute rheumatic pains, and numbness may also be helped by Radium brom.
Symptoms Better : For open air; for hot baths; for sleep; for eating.
Symptoms Worse : For movement; for getting up from lying down; for shaving; for bathing.
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