Ambra Grisea

Common Names:digestive enzyme of sperm whales
Introducer:Hahnemann in 1827
Initial provers:Hahnemann & his friend Count de Gersdorf
Similar to:Act., Asaf., Coca, Ign., Mosch., Phos., Val.
Aggravation: Warm drinks, warm room; music; lying down; reading or talking aloud; the presence of many people; after waking.
Amelioration:After eating; cold air; cold food and drinks; rising form bed.

[A solid, waxy, flammable substance of a dull grey or blackish colour produced in the digestive system of sperm whales. Read more...]

Ambra Grisea is particularly indicated in thin, spare men, who have a decidedly nervous temperament, in whom nervousness predominates at the expense of nutrition. It is particularly indicated for the nervous complaints of old people, especially when they are forgetful and cannot remember the simplest fact. Clinical M.M. – Dr. E.A. Farrington

 Ambra Grisea in Kent's MM

 Ambra Grisea in Allen's Keynotes

 Ambra Grisea in Boericke's Materia Medica

Dr Allen Ambra Grisea in Allen's MM of Nosodes

 Ambra Grisea in Nash's Leaders

 Ambra Grisea in Cowperthwaite's Textbook of MM

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