MERCURIUS BINIODATUS

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Homeopathic remedy Mercurius Biniodatus from A Manual of Homeopathic Therapeutics by Edwin A. Neatby, comprising the characteristic symptoms of homeopathic remedies from clinical indications, published in 1927.

      Red iodide of mercury. (HgI2). Triturations, which should be protected from the light.

INTRODUCTION

      THIS salt has still greater influence on the throat than the protoiodate. It differs from it in that the left side is the first affected (lach.) and there is more swelling of the cervical glands and higher fever. It has been found useful in diphtheria. It also acts well in old cases of syphilis, its iodine content making it appropriate to the tertiary stage of gummata and chronic skin affections.

About the author

Edwin Awdas Neatby

Edwin Awdas Neatby 1858 – 1933 MD was an orthodox physician who converted to homeopathy to become a physician at the London Homeopathic Hospital, Consulting Physician at the Buchanan Homeopathic Hospital St. Leonard’s on Sea, Consulting Surgeon at the Leaf Hospital Eastbourne, President of the British Homeopathic Society.

Edwin Awdas Neatby founded the Missionary School of Homeopathy and the London Homeopathic Hospital in 1903, and run by the British Homeopathic Association. He died in East Grinstead, Sussex, on the 1st December 1933. Edwin Awdas Neatby wrote The place of operation in the treatment of uterine fibroids, Modern developments in medicine, Pleural effusions in children, Manual of Homoeo Therapeutics,

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