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Materia Medica by Allen



FLUORIC ACID

(fl-ac)

HYDROFLUORIC ACID HF

Complaints of old age, or of premature old age; in syphilitic mercurial dyscrasia; YOUNG PEOPLE LOOK OLD.

Increased ability to exercise without danger (Coca) ; is less affected by excessive heat of summer or cold of winter.

Old cicatrices become red around edges, and threaten to become open ulcers (Caust, Graph.).

Varicose veins and ulcers, obstinate, long standing cases, in women who have borne many children.

Caries and necrosis, especially of long bones, psoric or syphilitic, abuse of mercury or silica (Agnus).

Naevus flat, of children (r. temple) ; capillary aneurism (compare, Calc. fl., Tub.).

Ulcers: red edges and vesicles;. decubitus; copious discharge; < from warmth, > from cold; violent pains, like streaks of lightning, confined to a small spot.

Rapid caries of teeth; fistula dentalis or lachrymalis; exostoses of bones of face (Hecla).

 

Relations
Complementary: Coca, Sil.

Follows well: after, Ars. in ascites of drunkards; after, Kali c. in hip disease; after, Coff., Staph, in sensitive teeth; after, Phos. ac. in diabetes; after, Sil., Symph. in bone diseases; after,. Spong. in goitre.