Kali chlorosum

Natural History.
      Javelle Water. Bleaching fluid. (Formula variable, contains Potassium hypo chlorate principally, chloride and some carbonate.) Solution.

Clinical.
      Aphonia.
      Asthma.
      Coryza.
      Diphtheria.

Characteristics.
      The observations with this substance are from poisoning cases.
      The most notable symptoms were: Watery eyes, pale, puffy face, constriction of throat and of chest.
      There was much sensitiveness noted: sensitiveness of epigastrium, and especially of larynx and whole anterior portion of neck.
      This will probably prove an indication in laryngeal affections.
      Cramps and restlessness were also noted.

Relations.
      Compare: Kali-chl., Calc-m., Chlorum, Nat-hypochlor.