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English: histamine (bichlorhydrate). Greek – Histos-tissue; Ammonikon – a gum from plants near temple of Ammon – Jupiter
Substance: Purified chemical
Name given by: Julian MM; Proving: Gringuaz 1950 published in The Journal of the American Institute of Homeopathy
Histamine by first identified in ergot and soybean oil by Barger and Dale in 1910.
histamin hydrochloride, histamine bi-chlorhydrate, histamine dihydrochloride, histamine hydrochloride, histaminum muriaticum
It is widely ddistributed in plant and animal tissues having the highest concentration in lungs. Histamine is destroyed in digestive tract; therefore, its conventional use is usually parenteral.
Histaminum is a frequently indicated intercurrent remedy used for various clinical conditions related to allergy. But at the same time there is scarcity of its related literature. This article intends to collate the information regarding homeopathic uses of Histaminum as a remedy.
The major used indicated and submitted by practicing physicians can be enlisted as
- Hay fever,
- Nasal congestion,
- Painful dryness of nose,
- Nose blocked
- Bronchial congestion,
- Recurrent tendency for allergic bronchitis,
- Conservative in cases of COPD / Emphysema
- Urticarial rashes, hives, (acute as well as chronic),
- Dermatitis (Eczema), Pruritus
- Gastric pain with low blood pressure especially in cases of allergic disorders,
- Diminished appetite,
- Dryness of mouth,
- Heat of ears
Common potencies used – 6cH, 30cH, and 200cH
Types of Prescription – Used as Intercurrent in majority of the cases, should not be repeated too often especially in lower doses.
Related remedies: Secale cor, Urtica urenus, Allium cepa, Sabadilla
Source: Clinical use by clinician, Hahnemannian Provings by J Stephenson 1988
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