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Saturday, February 12, 2011

MANGANUM :

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-G. H. Clarke

Manganese.
Chlorotic state with amenorrhoea.
CHARACTERISTICS.
Anaemic or chlorotic state with amenorrhoea. Dysmenorrhoea with scanty flow. Feebleness, anaemia, loss of flesh or obesity. Poisoning by morphine. Snake poisoning. Suppuration with fetor.

TOXIC EFFECTS.
Nausea. Vomiting. Progressive wasting and feebleness, staggering gait and paraplegia.

DOSE.
Mangani sulphas, 2-5 gr. Potassii permanganas, 1/2-2 gr. The sulphate and carbonate are usually prescribed in combination with iron.

THERAPEUTIC USES.
Wasting and feebleness from malaria, syphilis, cancer, etc. (The sulphate or carbonate with iron). Anaemia. (As above). Chlorosis. (As for anaemia). Anaemia or chlorotic state with amenorrhoea. (Permanganate of potash, one or two grain pills after each meal). Young women who rapidly get fat and suffer from diminished menstruation. (One to three grains of the permanganate three times per day on full stomach). Obesity, often with flatulence and dyspepsia. (The permanganate pills after meals). Amenorrhoea of young women. (The permanganate). Amenorrhoea in girls at boarding school. Dysmenorrhoea, scanty flow anaemia. (One grain of the permanganate after each meal. Continue for several weeks). Morphine or opium poisoning. (Wash out the stomach with solution of one grain of the permanganate to the ounce of water, and inject one grain hypodermically). Snake poisoning. (Give the permanganate internally and inject about the part with hypodermic needle). Ozena, discharging ear, sweating feet, cancer, etc. (Cleanse and deodorize with one grain of the permanganate to the ounce of water). Scarlet fever, diphtheria, etc. (Wash throat to cleanse and deodorize). Obstinate eczema, impetigo, psoriasis etc. (Five or ten grains to the ounce of water).

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