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Choose an idiom to replace the expression in the brackets:
We went to the funeral of our boss (feeling very sad).

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    SELENIUM MET

    Selenium metallicum
    Selenium.

    Key Uses:
  • Chronic fatigue syndrome
  • Great weakness, especially if the body temperature increases
  • Multiple sclerosis

    Origin : Found in volcanic areas and in sulfide ores such as pyrite.

    Background : Selenium was one of the elements discovered by a Swedish chemist, Berzelius. In 1817 he named it after the Greek selene, or “moon,” an analogy with tellurium, from tellus or “earth.”

    Preparation : The element is triturated with lactose sugar.

    Remedy Profile : People who benefit most from this remedy may have difficulties in connecting to or becoming intimate with others and may withdraw, even from close friends. Mental activity may cause them great exhaustion, and they may be very forgetful. Great weakness, particularly if the body temperature increases, is a classic feature associated with this remedy. It is used for conditions such as chronic fatigue syndrome and multiple sclerosis, when there is rapid mental and physical exhaustion, with unhealthy-looking skin, emaciation, constipation, hair loss, and possible malfunction of the nerves governing the genitourinary tract.

    Symptoms Better : For breathing cold air; after sunset; for drinking cold water.

    Symptoms Worse : For hot days; for drafts of air; for sleep; for talking; for passing stools.


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