Plumbium Metallicum in homeopathy: properties, benefits and uses (all you need to know)

What is Plumbum metallicum?

Plumbum metallicum addresses physical and psychological problems and their interaction. Patients show increasing mental weakness as a result of vague fears and depressions; they have sensory disturbances, are unable to express their thoughts, and suffer from memory loss.

The associated insecurities and limitations literally paralyze the entire body. The symptoms range from cramps, tremors and muscle weakness to colicky abdominal pain with constipation to the feeling that individual parts of the body are particularly heavy, extremely short or contracted.

Leading symptoms

  • Drawing pains
  • Stomach cramps better by leaning backwards
  • Stomach pain with drawn-in abdomen
  • Contractures of muscles or tendons
  • muscle twitches
  • Trembling of the arms and hands
  • dejection
  • confusion in the elderly
  • Emaciation of the affected body parts
  • Pale, sunken face
  • Blue line at the gum line
  • Constipation with intestinal cramps

Information about the agent

How do you recognize patients who need Plumbum metallicum?

The outward appearance of patients changes according to their suffering. In addition, there is often pale skin, irritability and (self-) destructive impulses.


Plumbum metallicum is indicated for all typical symptoms that improve or worsen with the following modalities:


  • pressure on the affected regions
  • Rub
  • stretching of the limbs


  • Movement
  • at night

What are typical areas of application for Plumbum metallicum?

  • high blood pressure

Areas of application in detail

Blood pressure, increased

with rather pale skin color, often accompanied by a hard pulse or cramping abdominal pain with constipation. Plus dizziness and headaches

Dosage: 3 times a day 3 globules in the potency D6

Dosage forms of Plumbum metallicum

Plumbum metallicum is an excruciatingly slow-acting drug. The dosage depends on the type and severity of the symptoms. In order to find the right application, the advice of an experienced pharmacist or naturopath is necessary.


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