Antimonium Tartaricum belongs to the mineral kingdom. Antimony is found in blocks of parallel black needles with a metallic luster. It is composed of 28 parts of sulfur combined with 100 parts of metallic antimony.
Antimon. ET Potash Tartaricum is a chemical name of Antimonium tartaricum. The common name of antimonium tartaricum is Tartar emetic. This medicine is prepared with help of trituration.
As the common name suggests, it is one of the best remedies for nausea and vomiting. A patient complains of nausea which is ameliorated after vomiting.
Dr. Nash noted that Antimoniun tart is a specific remedy for cholera morbus. It is indicated for nausea, vomiting, loose stool, prostration, cold sweat, stupor, or drowsiness.
It is a great help for any chest infection which has rattling sounds in the chest with an accumulation of cough and unable to expectorate cough.
Antimonium Tartaricum Personality/ Constitution
Antimonium tartaricum is useful for patients who suffer aftereffects of anger, cough, and vexation.
It is indicated for a child, who wants to carry and does not like to touch him. Children who are cranky and have chest infections are antimonium tart patients.
Antimonium tartaricum is indicated for rheumatic fever associated with perspiration and prostration. It is useful for internal organ inflammation, gastric disturbances, and respiratory complaints.
This is beneficial for tearing and drawing pain in limbs associated with arthritis and rheumatism. A patient complains of collection of synovial fluids in joints and trembling in extremities with weakness.
Antimonium tartaricum is useful for syncope and epileptic fits. A patient complains of weakness, prostration, lassitude, and drowsiness. A patient feels better after sitting and lying down on the bed.
Antimonium tartaricum is indicated for asphyxia neonatorum: a child is breathless and pale after born and has rattled in the chest with a cough. A child appears bluish. A nursing child lets go of the nipples and cry out loud.
Antimonium Tartaricum Uses
This article will cover from head to toe all the organs of the body. And wherever symptoms are matched, this medicine can be used-
The antimonium tart is a great remedy for the consequences of anger and vexation. The patient feels lethargic. A patient feels cheerful during the daytime and nervous at the night.
A patient complains of anxiety, agitated feeling, and palpitation of the heart associated with trembling and tenderness of the body. A patient feels irritable and wants to be left alone but he fears being alone.
Antimonium tartaricum is indicated for the quarrelsome and peevish person. A person has bad humor. A person easily feels discouraged and dissatisfied. He always complains of numerous sufferings. A patient suffers from suicidal mania.
The child has an irritable and obstinate temperament. No one can touch an antimonium tartaricum child without his whining. The child wants to carry always and clings to those around. A child cannot bear to be looked at or touched also. It is useful for restlessness in children, which are relaxed after being carried out.
Antimonium tartaricum is useful for frontal headaches. A patient feels band-like pressure over the forehead. A patient has a hot head with perspiration. A headache aggravates while coughing and is ameliorated by open air, washing in the cold air, and motion.
It is indicated for an intoxicated condition of mind associated with confusion in the head and heaviness of the head. The patient’s complaints aggravated in the morning, after waking up, and feels relaxed in the evening, after lying down.
A patient complains of vertigo during cough. Vertigo has characteristic symptoms like fits of dizziness, dullness, and confusion, associated with sparking before the eyes.
Antimonium tartaricum is indicated for pressive pain in the forehead, throbbing pain in the right side of the forehead, and drawing pain in the right side of the temple that radiates to the zygoma and upper jaw.
Headaches are relieved after sleep.
Antimonium tartaricum is indicated for catarrhal conjunctivitis, inflamed lids, and rheumatic ophthalmias. It is useful for the weakness of the eyes, redness of the eyes, and eye strain. The patient feels relaxed after closing their eyes.
Eye complaints are associated with vertigo and cough. A patient complains of pustular eruption in the conjunctiva and collection of pus in the lid margins.
It is useful for eye strain and for eyes that are surrounded by a dark circle. A patient feels the weakness of the eyes associated with a headache.
Antimonium tartaricum is useful for treating humming sounds in the ear associated with catarrhal symptoms.
Antimonium tartaricum is useful for fluent coryza, sneezing associated with chilliness. A patient complains of loss of taste and smell.
A patient has a characteristic pointed nose, flapping alae, and dilates nostrils with blackish discoloration. A patient complains of tensive pain at the root of the nose during fluent coryza.
Antimonium tartaricum is helpful for stomatitis and tongue inflammation. A patient complains of a thick, white-coated tongue with red edges.
The tongue has characteristic dryness and redness at the center. On observation of the mouth, you can see imprints of teeth on the tongue. A patient complains of a flat and bitter taste.
It is indicated during pregnancy. A patient complains of increased salivation with a bitter taste.
Antimonium tartaricum is indicated for facial bone pain and continued trembling of the lower jaw and chin associated with coldness and a pale look of the face. It is useful for dry and cracked lips.
A patient complains of cold sweat and anxiety. A patient has ugly blue and red scars after the disappearance of pustules on the face.
Antimonium tartaricum is indicated for throat complaints associated with a chest infection. A patient complains of difficulty in swallowing even liquid.
A patient has much mucus in the throat. He feels breathlessness and sharp pain in the throat.
Antimonium tartaricum is a great remedy for chest infections. It is useful for lung paralysis and edema of the lungs, especially in old people.
It cures pleural pneumonia condition: a patient complains of chest pain, lots of mucus accumulated in the chest region, and burning pain in the chest which radiates towards the throat. A patient feels a velvety chest.
The pneumonia of Antimonium tartaricum patients is associated with catarrhal ophthalmia (mucus in the lids margin with red eyes), marked gastric disturbances (nausea and vomiting increased after coughing), and rattling mucus in the chest.
It is a great cough remedy. A patient complains of a loose and rattling cough inside the chest with little expectoration. A cough is followed by vomiting. During the cough bouts, a patient must sit on the bed.
Antimonium tartaricum is indicated for palpitation of the heart associated with anxiety. A patient complains of many palpitations with a hot feeling at the heart and a cold sensation all over the body.
It is a beneficial medicine for a patient who is suffering from precordial anxiety, and palpitation of the heart associated with vomiting of mucus and bile. The patient even feels palpitation during stool.
On observation, a patient looks anxious, and you can feel a rapid, weak, and trembling pulse.
Antimonium tartaricum is a great remedy for gastric complaints including nausea and vomiting. The characteristic of antimonium tartaricum is nausea and frequent vomiting of bitter sour substances.
A patient complains of nausea, retching, dyspepsia, and vomiting after eating food. Vomiting is followed by prostration and faintness.
Thirst is alternate with thirstlessness. A patient desires cold water, little and often. A patient desires for fruits specifically apples and acidic fruits.
The patient feels better after vomiting. A patient vomits forcible, with cold sweat on the forehead; then he feels weakness and giddiness which is followed by a good sleep.
A patient complains of nausea. Nausea produces fear and anxiety. It leads to headaches and vomiting.
Antimonium tartaricum is useful for spasmodic colic because of flatus. A patient complains of sharp, cutting, labor-like colic before stool, which aggravates after bending forward.
A patient feels his stomach is full of stones. A woman complains of pain in her groins with chilliness before menses. The pain is violently associated with prostration and drowsiness.
Antimonium tartaricum is a great remedy for cholera morbus. A patient complains of watery slimy stool mixed with mucus and has green color or sometimes mix with blood.
It is indicated for diarrhea and vomiting. A patient has a very offensive stool. Diarrhea complaints are associated with rashes on the body.
Antimonium tartaricum is indicated for burning in the urethra before and after urination. At the end of urination, urine is mixed with blood.
A patient complains of pain in the bladder and urethra region and increased urination frequency. Sometimes urine is dark brownish-red and turbid in color with a strong odor.
Antimonium tartaricum is useful for the inflammation of testicles. A patient complains of pain in the testicles after the suppression of gonorrhea.
It is indicated for warts on the glans penis with ulcers and pustules on the genitals and thighs.
Antimonium tartaricum is indicated for hypertension and drowsiness with the presence of proteins in urine after childbirth. A woman feels relaxed after the child is born.
It is useful for inflammation of the uterus; a patient feels weight in the coccyx area. A woman complains of leucorrhea and watery blood flow with itching at the genitals. Girls have complained of pimples on the genital region.
Antimonium tartaricum is indicated for cracking noise in the shoulder and tearing pain in the arms which radiates to the hands. A patient has a heaviness of the hands and a jerking sensation in the muscles of the hands and arms.
It is useful for the dryness of the skin with ice coldness in the tips of the fingers. A patient has yellowish discoloration of fingers with the coldness of fingers. A patient has red spots on his hands like flea bites.
Antimonium tartaricum is useful for rheumatic pain and heaviness in the hips and legs. A patient complains of weakness in knee joints, and tension in hamstring tendons in the morning and during walking.
The characteristic symptom is a patient feels numbness in his feet on sitting down.
Antimonium tartaricum helps with severe pain in a lumbar region associated with weakness which relieves after eating and sitting for a while.
A patient has a sensation of heavy weight at the coccyx and feels dragged down all the time. It is indicated for clammy cold sweat on the back after lifting.
Antimonium tartaricum is a good remedy for painful pimples on the face, thighs, and genital parts. Pustular pimples are large like peas and leave behind bluish-red marks on the skin.
It has characteristic red rashes and pustular eruption along with pneumonia, rheumatism, and fever. Antimonium tartaricum is indicated for smallpox and warts.
Antimonium tartaricum is indicated for intermittent fever associated with internal chilliness and coldness of hands and feet.
A fever is characteristic of coldness, chilliness, and trembling of the whole body. A patient feels intense heat with perspiration on the face and extremities. A fever causes faintness. Chilliness increases after going into the open air.
Antimonium Tartaricum Modalities
Modalities are the factors that increase or decrease the complaints in a patient.
They are categorized as aggravating factors and amelioration factors.
Aggravating factors make the condition of the illness worse, while the amelioration factor makes the condition of the disease better.
It can be time, any part of the day, season, position, or any applications, etc.
Antimonium tartaricum symptoms are aggravated in warm weather, inside a warm room, and after covering. Symptoms appear during spring, after a change of weather.
Rheumatism and body pains are aggravated after lying down on the bed, in the morning, in cold and damp weather.
A patient feels tension in the hamstrings, and thighs during walking. Gastric complaints are appeared after eating sour things and after drinking milk.
The cough symptoms are aggravated after warm drinking and lying on the bed at 3-4 am.
Antimonium tartaricum symptoms are relieved after sitting erect and moving. A cough relieves after vomiting, lying on the right side, or sitting on the bed.
A patient feels better after eructation and expectoration of cough.
Relationship with Other Medicine
Antimoniun Tartaricum Complementary Medicines-
Complementary medicines require to cure the unwanted symptoms of the indicated remedy. These remedies help to remove the symptoms of a patient who is not cured by the Antimonium tartaricum, but the patient requires antimonium tartaricum for a complete cure.
Baryta carb, Ipecac, and Opium are complementary medicines to Antimonium Tartaricum. These medicines assist the antimonium tartaricum to cure the disease.
Antimoniun Tartaricum Antidoted by-
Some remedies are required to nullify unwanted symptoms of Antimonium tartaricum. In rare cases, antimonium tartaricum produces symptom aggravation because of high dose prescription. In such cases patients require antidotes.
Antimonium tartaricum is antidoted by Asafetida, China, Cocculus, Conium, Ipecac, Lauro, Opium, Pulsatilla, and Sepia.
Antimoniun Tartaricum antidotes-
Antimonium tartaricum antidotes side effects of other medicines like Baryta carb, Bryonia alba (dyspepsia), Camphora, Causticum, and Pulsatilla.
Antimoniun Tartaricum Follows well-
Antimonium tartaricum follows well other medicines to complete the cure of the disease.
It follows well Silicea in dyspnea from the foreign substance in the throat; Pulsatilla for nausea in the chest and gonorrheal suppression; Terebinth symptoms from damp cold weather; and Variolinum.
Antimoniun Tartaricum Followed well by-
Remedies which help Antimonium tartaricum to complete cure are presented under followed well by. Such medicines are Phosphorus, Baryta carb, Ipecac, and Opium.
Antimonium Tartaricum Uses, Dosage & Potencies
Dosage means repetition of medicine and potency is a strength of homeopathy remedy. Every patient requires different potency and repetition of remedy depending on his immunity, susceptibility, and symptom severity.
If a patient has severe cough and pain, then a high dose with frequent repetition is required; on the contrary, if a patient feels nausea after eating sour things and drinking milk, then a low dose and less repetition are enough to recover it.
Antimonium tartaricum is available in 2X, 6x, 12C, 30C, 200C, and 1M potencies.
Antimonium tartaricum 30 Uses-
Antimonium tartaricum is useful in 30 potencies useful for severe cough, dyspepsia, and abdominal colic symptoms.
It is useful for severe pain and cough. It can be prescribed as 4 globules 3-4 times a day for 4 days.
Antimonium tartaricum 200 Uses-
Antimonium tartaricum 200 is useful for vertigo associated with eye complaints, and cough. This potency is useful for children with respiratory complaints associated with blueness of fingers, rashes on the body, and drowsiness.
4 globules of Antimonium Tartaricum, 2-3 times a day for 2 days. It should be administered to children under the guidance of a homeopathy physician.
Antimonium tartaricum 1M Uses-
Antimonium tartaricum 1M is useful to relieve drowsiness, headache, and vertigo after childbirth. It is helpful in rheumatic joint pain associated with trembling of the whole body and faintness.
A patient can take only one dose, 4 globules of Antimonium tartaricum 1M at night before bedtime.
Antimonium tartaricum 3X/6X Uses-
Antimonium tartaricum is most useful in lower potency like 3X and 6X. Severe repetition of lower potency may produce aggravation of symptoms.
It is useful for fever, rheumatic pains, and conjunctivitis. This potency is safe to use in children who always vomit whatever they eat or who always want to cling to their mothers.
Take 4 globules of Antimonium tartaricum 2x, 2 times a day for 5-7 days.
Antimonium tartaricum mother tincture Uses-
Antimonium tartaricum belongs to the mineral kingdom. Mother tinctures are not helpful.
Antimonium Tartaricum Side Effects
Antimonium tartaricum is prepared through the trituration process. During the process, unwanted properties of Antimonium are reduced and medicinal properties are activated.
If you repeat the lower potency of Antimonium tartaricum for a long duration or frequently, it can produce side effects.
The side effects of Antimonium tartaricum can be antidoted by Asafetida, China, Cocculus, Conium, Ipecac, Lauro, Opium, Pulsatilla, and Sepia.
Remember that homeopathic remedies are prescribed based on individual symptoms and characteristics. It’s crucial to consult with a qualified homeopath for proper evaluation and personalized treatment. Homeopathy focuses on treating the whole person, so a detailed case study is necessary to select the most appropriate remedy.
Homeopathic medicines should be taken only when prescribed by a homeopathic physician. Self-medication may aggravate the original conditions.