Chlorate of Potassium-K clo. 3 (KALI CHLORICUM) – Acts very destructively upon the kidneys, producing a croupous nephritis, hemoglobinuria, etc. Parenchymatous nephritis with stomatitis. Produces most acute ulcerative and follicular stomatitis.
Noma. Toxaemic conditions of pregnancy (urinary symptoms). Chronic nephritis; hepatitis. Septicaemia. Anaemia.
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.–Diarrhoea; profuse, greenish mucus.
Urine.–Albuminous, scanty, suppressed. Haematuria; diuresis. Nucleo-albumin and bile, high Phosphoric acid, with low total solids.
Skin.–Jaundice. Itching miliary or papular eruptions. Discolored; chocolate tint.
Dose.–Second to sixth potency. Use cautiously locally as it is poisonous.
Written by William Boericke (1849 - 1929) and published first in his book "Materia Medica" (1901) William Boericke was an Austrian-born American physician who became a influential exponent of homeopathy. He is also known as an academic writer, publisher, medical school professor and owner of several pharmacies.