Arsenite of Antimony. (Sb2O3) As O5 + 3 p. c.
Prepared first by Papilland and Mousnier and introduced in the Old School practice under the name of antimonial granulations.
Proved by Isnard and Used by Payr in emphysema.
INNER HEAD. 
Rush of blood to head.
Pain in forehead.
Pressure in temples.
SIGHT AND EYES. 
Pain in orbits.
Inflammation of eyes.
UPPER FACE. 
APPETITE, THIRST. DESIRES, AVERSIONS. 
HICCOUGH, BELCHING, NAUSEA AND VOMITING. 
Slight diarrhea, without pain in abdomen.
(OBS:) Excessive dyspnea. ~ Emphysema.
HEART, PULSE AND CIRCULATION. 
LOWER LIMBS. 
Wandering pains along sciatic nerves.
General sick feeling.
Sense of weakness.
Similar to: other antimony salts; Ammon. carb.; Arsen.; Aurum; Laches.; Merc. sulph.; Phosphor.; Pulsat. (ischias, wandering pains); Sulphur.