Antimonium tart

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In it’s original, non-homeopathic form, Antimonium is the combination of antimony and potash. When ingested, it induces bodily secretion which later produces vomiting and purging. It can also lead to paralysis and expel intestinal worms. 

In past centuries, it was traditional used as a poison for homicidal purposes. Provings on its homeopathic use were performed by Hahnemann, Stapf, Henicke, and Allen.


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Mind Symptoms


Needing attention

Wants to be carried

Needs to be left alone when irritated.

Appears exhausted, apathetic, drowsy

They look like they will suffocate in their own secretions

Worse from anger, touch, being looked at

General Physical Symptoms


Lack of thirst, perfuse cold sweat

Worse from warmth, lying down, morning, overeating, cold, dampness, changes in weather

Better from cold, open air expectoration, sitting upright, motion

Severe respiratory infection

Chronic bronchitis

Wheezing, rattling in the throat and chest due to mucus buildup

Coughing is difficult due to phlegm

Whooping cough:

  • breathing is difficult
  • rattling in chest,
  • worse from warmth,
  • feels too hot or cold,
  • tantrums


  • intense, wrenching
  • longstanding nausea
  • concomitant cough,
  • feels weight on the chest
  • may be vomiting and/or ineffectual wrenching


  • pustular eruptions with yellow mark behind,
  • history of acne or warts,
  • lots of blisters

Chicken pox:

  • weird blush skin eruption leaving a purplish scar
  • cough with rattling mucus or diarrhea
  • white coated tongue
  • irritability
  • better from cold
  • coughing up mucus
  • worse from warmth
  • bathing in cold water
  • heated in bed
  • lying


Acute Uses


Chicken pox

Respiratory illnesses

Whooping cough



Multiple skin conditions


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