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Aluminum potassium sulphuricum
Potash alum, double sulfate of aluminum and potassium.
Key Uses:Bleeding hemorrhoidsBowel problems, especially in the elderlyDeep anal acheDysentery and bloody diarrheaPainful ulceration in the rectumParalytic, sluggish muscle weaknessSevere constipation, possibly due to uterine or rectal cancer
Origin : Chemically produced from sulfates of aluminum and potassium.
Background : Potash alum is used in the making of chamois leather, and as a dye in the paint industry. It is used medicinally for minor bleeding cuts and mouth ulcers.
Preparation : Pure crystals of potash alum are triturated with lactose sugar.
Remedy Profile : People for whom Alumen is best suited are extremely anxious and sad. They are usually very nervous, experiencing tremors on hearing bad news, or palpitations on thinking about any illness that may affect them. They have a fear of falling, and may mistrust others. Sleep is light or elusive, and they tend to stay in bed more than necessary. Illness tends to develop during sleep. Alumen is often given to the elderly.
The typical symptom picture for Alumen is of bowel problems and paralytic, sluggish weakness of the muscles. Disturbances of the bowel include dysentery and bloody diarrhea, painful ulceration in the rectum, bleeding hemorrhoids, and a deep anal ache. There may be severe constipation, possibly due to uterine or rectal cancer.
Symptoms Better : For open air.
Symptoms Worse : For cold; during sleep; for lying on the right side; for bad news.