Kali chloricum

Natural History.
     Chlorate of Potassium

General.
     Acts very destructively on the kidneys, producing a croupous nephritis, hemoglobinuria, etc. Parenchymatous nephritis with stomatitis. Produces most acute ulcerative and follicular stomatitis. Noma. Toxemic conditions of pregnancy (urinary symptoms). Chronic Nephritis; hepatitis. Septicemia.

Mouth.
     Profuse secretion of acid saliva. Whole mucous surface red, tumid, with gray based ulcers. Tongue swollen. Stomatitis aphthous and gangrenous. Fetor. Mercurial stomatitis (as a mouth wash).

Stomach.
     Feeling of weight in epigastric and umbilical region. Flatulence. Vomiting of greenish black matter.

Stool.
     Diarrhea, profuse, greenish mucus.

Urine.
     Albuminous, scanty, suppressed. Hematuria, diuresis. Necleo-albumin and bile, high phosphoric acid, with toatl solids.

Skin.
     Jaundice. Itching miliary or papular eruptions. Discolored, chocolate tint.

Dose.
     Second to sixth potency. Use cautiously locally as it is poisonous.