ACETICUM ACIDUM Homeopathy acet-ac

This remedy is useful in complaints of pale, sickly people.
Patients who have been weak for many years, who have inherited
phthisis. Emaciation, weakness, anemia, loss of appetite, burning
thirst and copious pale urine are a combination calling for
Acetic acid. Sensation of heat with pulsation coming and going,
like orgasms; chlorosis in young girls; dropsical conditions in
general; bad effects from stings and bites, have been cured by
this remedy. Vinegar is an old remedy for bad effects from
chloroform. It is useful in the hemorrhagic constipation.
Bleeding from various mucous membranes, nose, stomach, rectum,
lungs and from ulcers. Sensitive to cold. Confusion of mind;
does not know her own children; forgets what has recently
happened; attacks of anguish, constantly borrows trouble; thinks
something is going to happen; peevishness, complaining.
Fainting spells in weak, anemic subjects, headaches, face pale
and Waxy; epistaxis; one cheek pale and the other red; diphtheria
in throat or larynx, unquenchable thirst; sensitive stomach;
vomiting blood, and all food taken; ulceration of stomach; hot,
sour eructations, frothy vomiting; gnawing pain; distension of
stomach, with a constant commotion; burning in stomach and
abdomen, ameliorated by lying on the stomach.
In the abdomen there is great pain, distension, flatulence or
dropsy, sore to touch, diarrhea, thin, bloody or pure blood;
profuse bleeding from piles; chronic diarrhea.
Copious watery urine. It has cured diabetes, with sugar in the
urine or without, where there is great thirst, weakness and
pallor and loss of flesh.
Weakness with seminal losses; relaxed genitals and swollen
Uterine hemorrhage; copious menses, or watery menstrual flow;
scanty menses with chlorosis.
Weakness of larynx; croup; diphtheria. It has cured many cases
of laryngeal diphtheria; hoarseness, with pale mucous membranes;
chronic dry, hacking cough in sickly, pale persons, such as have
inherited phthisis, with edema of extremities, diarrhea and
dyspnoea, or night sweats; hemorrhage from the lungs; burning in
chest and stomach; rattling in chest; chronic bronchitis.
Weakness and lameness in extremities, with swelling, rheumatic
or oedematous; dropsy of limbs, with diarrhea.
It is a deep-acting, constitutional remedy, and when well
studied will be very useful. All substances abused as food become
great remedies, such as vinegar, coffee, common salt, etc. We
should look to them oftener than we do for the stubborn chronic