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Antimonium crudum

Treating gastroenterological and dermatological diseases with Antimonium crudum

Antimonium crudum is a homeopathic remedy extracted from black antimony sulphide. It is particularly effective in the treatment of skin infections and in gastroenterology.

Main indications

Some people make up their lack of self-coincidence by eating too much. Indeed, some psychological disorders can cause patients to eat constantly, even between meals. To restore the normal hunger sensation, these patients are advised to take Antimonium crudum. Behavioural disorder can lead to dermatological problems and overweight, especially if the meals have a high caloric content and are extremely spicy. The recommended dosage of Antimonium crudum will be 2 granules of the remedy at a dilution of  9 CH, which must be taken three times a day.

Recommended dosage in case of digestive disorder

Antimonium crudum 7 CH is prescribed to patients who are in a permanent state of anxiety that is only appeased by eating. Symptoms of the disease are emphasized by large meals but disappear during rest. This homoeopathic remedy is thus indicated in case of indigestion that results from overeating, which in turn induces vomiting. It is also the ideal remedy for the treatment of diarrhea caused by hot weather or food intolerance.

Antimonium crudum 7 CH is also used to effectively heal a stomach that is subject to frequent burning sensations and belching that has the same flavour as the ingested foods. Furthermore, if the stomach is sore and feels tight, causing nausea and vomiting, it is essential to take Antimonium crudum, which is also indicated for abdominal pain caused by eating too much candy.

Uses in dermatology

In the field of dermatology, Antimonium crudum is used to treat warts, including plantar warts, various manifestations of eczema and impetigo. Indeed, its active ingredients allow the treatment of skin conditions such as urticaria and eczema. In winter, this product is prescribed in dilutions of 9 CH to alleviate the tightness of the skin and treat a chapped face. It is also prescribed for treating redness of the eye and dermatological infections that occur on the eyelids, which usually appear irritated and swollen.

Antimonium crudum is also indicated for soothing inflammations that affect the corners of the mouth and the skin around the nostrils. This remedy is in fact effective in the treatment of skin problems such as urticaria and skin rashes similar to insect bites. It is also recommended for those wishing to alleviate massive resurgence of freckles, or for the treatment of eczema, particularly when the spots caused by this condition become infected.

The remedy is also recommended in case of warts and calluses (the major skin infections observed on feet), especially if feet become too painful and if calluses multiply. To eliminate plantar warts, it is necessary to take Antimonium crudum 7 or 9 CH, especially if the warts are hardened, horny and form mounds. The intake frequency of Antimonium crudum can range from one to three times a day, depending on the individual and the development of his or her warts.

Treatments and pathologies linked to “Antimonium crudum”

Associated diseases

  • Diarrhea
  • Eczema
  • Impetigo
  • Indigestion
  • Warts
  • Vomiting

Good to know: Antimonium crudum is a homeopathic remedy used to treat diseases linked to an excessive appetite. However, it shouldn’t be consumed as an appetite suppressant.

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