MIASMS Sankaran SANKARAN VIEW OF MIASMS MIASMS In a large number of chronic diseases, Hahnemann found that the disease

continued to progress in spite of the administration of the carefully selected homoeopathic remedy. Hahnemann was occupied with finding the solution to this problem, and at length, he discovered that chronic diseases nearly always had a pattern that could be related to Psora, Sycosis and Syphilis - the chronic miasms. He postulated that the chronic diseases resulted from badly suppressed scabies (itch), gonorrhoea and syphilis respectively. He then indicated the drugs likely to be most useful in treating such cases - the anti-miasmatics. This new understanding enabled Hahnemann to succeed where he had failed in the past. Having studied the theory of miasms, and understanding it in the light of my own concept of disease as a delusion, my practice of Homoeopathy has become much simpler, and my prescribing more certain. As I understand it, disease is a false perception of reality... a delusion. It seems as if this false perception has its root in either an actual situation from the patient's own life, or in a situation of a parent or ancestor. As long as the situation did exist, the patient's reaction was justified. However the impact of the earlier situation is such that even when faced with another situation, the patient's reaction is as though he even were still in the previous situation. This is his delusion. Relating this idea to the theory of miasms, it became clear that the classification of diseases must be a classification of delusions. And as drugs are nothing but artificial diseases, the classification is both a disease-state and a drug-state classification. The symptoms of the disease (or drug) represent the survival mechanism called for in the original situation. But the person feels that in order to survive, he must always respond as if in the original situation. The original situation or the patient's (false) perception of reality differs according to the miasm of the patient. Therefore to recognize the miasm, one has to determine how reality is perceived by the patient. The original situation of each remedy would demand an acute, psoric, sycotic or syphilitic reaction predominantly.

This miasmatic classification of disease, based on the concept of disease as a delusion, is not restricted to the mental state alone. We know that the mind and the body work harmoniously as a unit, and the disturbance is uniformly expressed in both spheres. The state of the mind and body are always related, the delusion belongs to the person as a whole and is reflected at both levels. The mental state, the physical state and the characteristic features of the pathology together represent the totality. And before searching for a remedy in a particular case, one must settle upon the miasm. The miasm of the remedy and the miasm of the disease have to be matched. In order to find out if there was a particular theme to each miasm, I studied some drugs generally accepted as belonging to that miasm, attempting to find a common theme amongst them, if there was one. I used Hahnemann's classification of diseases and drugs.

Acute: Aconitum, Belladonna, Stramonium Chronic: Psora: Sulphur, Psorinum Sycosis: Thuja, Medorrhinum Syphilis: Mercurius, Syphilinum In studying the miasms with the help of different remedies, I came to understand that the nosode represents the centrepoint of the miasm. The nosode is the product of tissue that is fully under the influence of the infectious disease. It represents these defeated tissue qualities of the infection and infectious process. For example a study of Psorinum will show the very character of Psora, likewise with Medorrhinum and Syphilinum. The problem of the nosode is non-specific and of an undifferentiated character, whereas with other remedies belonging to the same miasm it becomes differentiated and specific. My conclusions about the themes of the various miasms which follow, are a result of a detailed study of the various remedies in relation to the miasms, as well as my own clinical understanding of drugs and patients. Further, I have added other miasms that would lie between the already known miasms listed above. One of these is the tubercular miasm, on which there is abundant literature available. The other

additions are my own, having been discovered and verified by me in my practice. ===================================================== ======== SANKARAN: APPLICATION OF THE THEORY OF MIASMS In Understanding the Cases The miasm has to be settled upon before searching for the remedy; the drug must match the pace and nature of the disease. One has to ask the question: "What is the element in the case?" Is it: • threatening (acute miasm), • a struggle (psora), • a fixed, irremediable weakness within the self (sycosis), or • a destruction (syphilis). In Understanding and Differentiating Remedy States For example Hyoscyamus (acute) versus Lachesis (syco-syphilitic). The state of Hyoscyamus is that of a man whose delusion is that his wife is trying to poison him; someone is trying to hurt and injure him, someone persecutes him. So he loses control of himself and starts behaving foolishly and ridiculously. He is always excited and presents an instinctive, instantaneous reaction. Lachesis is the situation of a menopausal woman whose husband has a young girlfriend. She has a feeling of weakness within herself. She is competing with someone better and her survival depends on winning. She develops egotism, always talks about herself, becomes sarcastic (putting others down) and deceitful (putting herself up). In Understanding and Using the Repertory Many rubrics contain remedies of all different miasms, and therefore each rubric has to be examined thoroughly as to where it originates and what it represents, what is its pace, quality and underlying element. For example let us take the rubric "Kill, impulse to". Behind, this rubric had the delusion that someone is pursuing the patient. The acute miasm personality would react in an instinctive way. The psoric state will

struggle. The sycotic will try and hide. The syphilitic remedies will collapse or hit back. In the Selection of the Remedy The most characteristic symptoms in a case will give an indication of the predominant and other miasms present. It is all important to match the miasm present in the case in the selection of a similimum.

MIASMS Classification Remedies =============================================== ======= SUMMARY OF CURRENT MIASM CLASSIFICATION WITH MAIN CHARACTERISTICS (The refinement and expansion of miasmatic classification has continued since 1828, identifying additional natural miasms, which tend to be expressed in terms of their relation to other miasms via symptomology and “essence” of the miasm. Much of the most recent classification work has been done by Rajan Sankaran. Additional miasms have been created by the suppressive practices of vaccination and allopathic medicinal measures, which generally do not remove the disease. Some call these “Drug Miasms”. As well, poisonings by chemical and technological influences create miasmatic damage to the genome which is passed down; examples-the “nuclear” miasm or the “petrochemical” miasm. So the miasms have proliferated. However, since sickness does not manifest without susceptibility, the original “natural” miasms tend to be the most important, and tend to determine even susceptibility of the compromised organism to various influences, including those of medicine and industry.

is theory. animalistic. fear water.It is important to recognize that most of this information. Tuberculinum bovinum kent (tuberculous cow lung). Hydrogenous. Gonotoxinum •TUBERCULOSIS Romantic Self-destruction. Tuberculinum denys-(microbes filtered out) Tuberculinum koch (cultures of human TB bacilli ). Tuberculinum spengler (blood of inoculated and supposedly immune rabbits) •HYDROPHOBIA Rage alternating with affection. sensation of suffocation. self-mutilation(Klein) ????? Nosode: Lyssin (Hydrophobinum) (saliva of rabid dog) . ritual behavior. Hepato-Syphilinum •SYCOSIS Hypertrophic.). “Home-seeking” Psora-Syphilis (JH Allen?) Sycosis-Syphilis (Sank) “PseudoPsora”(?) Nosodes: Bacillinum burnett (human tubercular sputum). •PSORA Fear. Tuberculinum residuum(cultured bovine tubercular bacilli ). Hypofunction (ex: alcoholism) Nosodes: Syphilinum (chancre fluid containing treponeum pall. Tuberculinum laricis (Roberts) (?) Tuberculinum marmoreck (culture from horses-said to be more benign effect) Tuberculinum rosen (?). while being empirically derived. Tuberculinum aviaire (tuberculous chicken lung). Hyperfunction (ex-allergy) Nosode: Psorinum (scabies vesicle) •SYPHILIS Destruction. Masking (Sank) (ex:benign tumors) Nosode: Medorrhinum (gonorrhea urethral discharge).

Typhoid-Malaria Nosode: ? •CANCER malignant hypertrophy. Carcinosin INTEST. hopelessly forsaken (Sank) Tuberc-Syph (Sank) Nosodes: Leprominium (from human or armadillo). perfectionistic (Sank) Sycosis-Syphilis Nosodes: Carcinosin mixed Carcinosin.from an epithelioma of the bladder Carcinosin bowel co Carcinosin Co. PULM.from a scirrhus of the breast Carcinosin Stroma Stomach Carcinosin SQUAM. Malaria officinalis •TYPHOID hopeful struggle (Sank) Psora-Acute (Sank) Nosode: Typhoidinum •ACUTE reactive (Sank).from an epithelioma of the stomach Carcinosin.from carcinoma of breast Carcinosin ADENO STOM.from an epithelioma of the lung . . .Pap.Uterus Carcinosin ADENO VESICA .Adeno.from epitheliomata of the intestine and bladder Carcinosin SCIR. Leprosinum •RINGWORM repeated unsuccessful cycles of effort (Sank) Psora-Sycosis (Sank) Nosode: Ringworm (scalp scraping of Tinea capitis) •MALARIA intermittent complaints Acute-Sycosis (Sank) Nosode: Malaria tropicalis. MAM.CO.•LEPROSY (boundary loss and selflessness? ). . .

clem. cann-s. staph. coff.. thuj. mim-p. canth. am-m. caps. merc.... helon. puls... ign. bor-ac. ars-s-f...... dig. bry. flav... graph. spong. lyc... ip. Hyperfunction Nosode: Psorinum (scabies vesicle) Typical Remedies: Sulphur... iber. cupr.... lil-t. cham. petr. arn.. ol-j.. tub. ars-i. chin.. mang.. ped. Psor. galph. Lycopodium..... aur-m. lac-c. beryl. mand... bell. onop. asar.. phos.. plb. decay vs regeneration --probably a result of the totality of miasmatic influences) Nosode: ? PSORA Miasm PSORA Fear.. cinnb. op. bac.. okou... alum....... paraph. tub-r...... euph-l. cocc.. euphr. daph... coca..... astra-e. reser. lob.. aesc. iod. squil. nicc...... trif-p..... led.•(MORTALITY) (time clock. tarax........ thyr. plat.. berb.. kali-i. buni-o. asaf.. thala. nit-ac.. hep... carb-v.. ferr. guat. guai. ferr-p. ars.. merc-c. mill. rhus-t.. kali-bi.. dulc........ halo.... sabad..... m-arct. calc.. pneu... apis...... stront-c.... hyos....... Psorinum GENERALITIES. rauw. rheum. nat-c. sul-ac. Calcarea. kali-p. agar.. hir.. hell... hist. ph-ac. carb-an.... visc... stann. nux-v.. sars. tell. euph. bor. par. prot.. magm... croc... kali-n. ran-b.. ferr-ma. phenob.. mag-s. calc-f. rhod.. spig.. seneg.. levo..... oci. samb..... lach. alco. harp. colch. camph.. hip-ac.. bar-c. Sulph.. cyna. bov. trio... podo.. bufo. mag-c... murx. calc-acet.... kali-c.. ant-t. .... arg-n. berb-a.. palo.... verat. amyg-am. ham. ven-m... caust. kres. chel. hypoth.. sarr. mez. cycl.... coc-c. laur. cina.. cic. brom. calc-s.. sec. ferr-ar. des-ac. anh... cortiso. perh. ang. plb-acet. aran.. thiop.. aln.. saroth.... hardening vs plasticity. sabin.... euph-cy... kali-ar. ant-c. coloc.. kreos. nat-m. dros. sel. ruta.. mur-ac. arg... hydr... teucr. olnd.. PSORA (SRII-519) (217) : acon. lacd... rumx.. morph.. pers.. flac. sil... ambr. mosch. am-c... alumn... bism. zinc... rib-ac.. orig. calc-p..... hydr-ac. m-aust. aur.. con.... stram. anac. plb-m..

Ferr-pic. Ferr-p.REACTION -MIASMATIC REMEDIES ACCORDING TO THE BOMBAY GROUP OF HOMEOPATHS AROUND R. the "King of Anti-Psoric Remedies".. Ferr-c. One finds the following rubrics: • Delusion.. Caps.. is getting thin. where the patient has to struggle in order to succeed. Ferr-ar..... Zinc-fcy. Ferr-p-h. Nat-c. • Delusion. M-arct... The reaction is seen in the following: • Talks of business.... Kali-c. Ferr-m.. Ferr-f.... Ferr-n. Ferr... When no stress present: Reaction to stress: With stress: active. Ferr-sil. and • Anxiety from doubt about his own ability/capability to deal with the stress. Calc-f. Ferr-prox. Ferr-ma.. Psorinum Keyword: STRUGGLE Central: Inadequate capacity to face stress. Form of reaction: HYPER .. Psor. . disgraced. of poverty. Lyc.. Ferr-o-r... Let us take for example Sulphur.. Mp-a. Ferr-val. Ferr-cy. Nicc... hypersensitive + hyper-reactive.... Graph. The delusion in Psora has two components: • Stress from outside. • Fear.. Stry-f-c.. Calcarea.. No stress: fear of stress... Ferr-py... Ferr-i. Ferr-cit. M-aust. Problems only in face of stress. Cupr. Sulph. Ferr-l. THE PSORIC MIASM The situation of the psoric miasm is a difficult one. Ferr-s. SANKARAN (from Referenceworks and not in alphabetical order) PSORA Calc... and failure does not mean the end of the world.. Kali-fcy. Without stress: latent psora. In stress: over-reaction. Ferr-t.Psoric Remedies: Sulphur. Ferr-acet.. Ferr-br... Lycopodium.. He is hopeful..

Pathological changes. The struggle is like a tug-of-war with the outside world . noise. The psoric person is usually expressive during case-taking. The patient generally has highs and lows. whenever present. This causes a constant anxiety. It is an active struggle. a feeling that he won't be able to do it. These conclusions are corroborated by the central features of scabies itself.when the balance is on his side. in the various systems. and they will be accompanied by a plethora of modalities. with extreme discomfort. dissatisfaction. he feels low. and the struggle to cope. At the same time. there is a lack of confidence in facing the situation. Since the delusion belongs to the whole. headache. It is also present when he is not faced with the situation. he feels high. but when the balance is on the other side. not hopeless. etc. are usually reversible. nausea. . there is always hope. affect the psoric person and cause in him functional disturbances. it is then a kind of anticipatory anxiety. and he must struggle in order to get it back. These functional disturbances can be seen at various levels. though ignorant. Accompanying this will also be seen a plethora of generalities. insecurity. The feeling is that the person is losing something. although this is not invariable. a response to environmental stimuli. For example light. The psoric personality is usually active and expressive. and in its physical aspect the psoric miasm will show the same highs and lows we see in the mind. There is a reaction to one's surroundings. It will demonstrate a hypersensitivity to physical factors and will manifest the same struggle and activity. However.• Imagines himself a great man. In scabies. a constant struggle. discomfort. We find here a struggle with ego and money. despises literary men and education. and it becomes more apparent during times of stress. He is keen of mind. and psora has the maximum number of cravings and aversions. He has many and varied dreams which reflect his anxiety about not being able to cope with a situation. e.g. which becomes apparent when he is actually faced with the situation (active psora).. now matter how bad the situation. odours. and it is not so distressing (latent psora). but it is not life-threatening. observant and describes his symptoms well. etc. there is a lot of itching. This causes a kind of internal restlessness. the symptoms of the mind and body are common. sensitivity and anxiety about the future.

SYPHILIS Miasm SYPHILIS Destructive.The psoric miasm is usually predominant in the years where one has to stand on one's own feet and face the world .the years of youth and adolescence. which is usually the period of struggle. Hypofunction Nosodes: -Syphilinum (chancre fluid) -Hepato-Syphilinum (liver of still-born child of syphilitic mother) .

.. iris... ars-br.. Echi........ merc-k-i.(virg or marj?)..... Androc. sabad... Ars-i. calc. Oxyu-s...... Biti-a.. mill.. Aur-m-n. arg. rhod. Osm. crot-h. calc-ar.. Stillingia MIASMATIC REMEDIES ACCORDING TO THE BOMBAY GROUP OF HOMEOPATHS AROUND R.. MERC.... Plut.......... nux-v. dam.. Guai. hep.. Echinacea angustifolia. weil. kali-ar.... Aur-m. phos.... chlorpr... caust.... Hipp. gast.. carc.. Nelum. Hydrocotyle asiatica.. Merc-i-r. Cor-r.. pyrar.. Merc-i-f. merc-aur. kali-chl.. bapt. Puls. Aur.. Kali-i. arg-n... Naja-n. merc-n...... cop. lyc.. sang.. Hep.. Dao-r. Syph.. Bung-c... hydrc. guai. Aurum. sul-i. Lat-m. hipac.. merc-d. jac..... sel.. sec.. cupr... plat-m. arg-i. Syphilinum GENERALITIES. aur-ar. Psil. Merc. Leptandra virginica. gels. chin. anac. iod.... maland... Sulph.. allox... echi. Bufo.. Crot-h. Alum.. kalm.. buni-o.. ars-met. ham. Clematis erecta. franc.. aethia. ant-t.. Franciscea.. astra-e. colch. merc-p. xan. Kali-s..... hir. carb-v.. ail.. hecla.... iber. perh... psor. sep. Vip-r.. Vip. anan. Still.. Both-l... ars. calc-s. ferri. Aur... Vip-d. Phyt. Note-s.. lac-d. Hoang-nan... Syph. hypoth....... cho. jug-r. thuj.... Elaps. aur-i..... lith-c..... Orig.. berb-a.... petr. fl-ac.. merc-pr-r. aln.. eucal... euph. Naja... Bung-f.. cund. ph-ac.. jac-c... piloc. Bar-c. asaf. Orig. Corydalis formosa. chr-o.. Merc-p. aur-s. rhus-g.. calc-f. nat-s. Kali... lach. merc-br. SYPHILIS (K1406. benz-ac.... nati. penic... gua. arn. mez.. aethi-m. Oxyu-m.. nep..... Cean. calc-i. Crot-c.... eryth. hydr.. led. Mai-c... bell.. cinnb. ery-a. staph. Hydrc.. Fl-ac. Dendro-p. ter.... Dulc.. merc-tn.. cory... Lach. ho. ferr. lac-c.. stict. Ars-i. ang. apis. chin-s.... thiop. Hura........ chim. Plat.Typical Remedies: Mercurius..... asar. Vip-a. Plant Remedies in Syphilitic Miasm (Sankaran): Anagallis arvensis... ol-sant. Sil. Agki-p.. graph. thymol... Der. SRII-628.. Plb. Lac-leo.. pitu-p... Echis-c.. cor-r. asc-t.. ant-c.. Buth-aust... Aur-m... convo-s.... Ho. anag. calc-br. reser. chin-ar. thyr. kreos. ars-sf.. carb-an. jatr... viol-t. calo.. Laur. Sel. mygal. SANKARAN (from Referenceworks and not in alphabetical order) SYPHILIS Absin. bad.. G1159) (188) : acon. Juglans regia.... Still... Berberis aquifolium. Coc-c. clem. osm. Kali-i. con.. vac. cean... Tub.. cadm. plat. Both-a.. ulm. Hydro-c.. cupr-s. .. agn... Lathyrys sativus... kali-bi. Nit-ac. thala. Scorp.. am-c. kali-br.. kali-c.. cob-n..... sulph. Led.. spong. hippoz... sars. bani-c. Cench...... berb.. Aur-s.. lon-c. Merc-c. petros.

and not amenable to change.Syphilitic Remedies: Mercurius. Aurum. Syphilinum Keyword: BREAKING Central: Situation is delusion beyond repair: so change or destroy. The response to this feeling is a drastic do-or-die attempt to change either oneself or the environment. caries.a last ditch attempt. Form of reaction: DESTRUCTION THE SYPHILITIC MIASM The delusion of syphilitic remedies is that they are faced with a situation that is beyond salvage. leading to complete hopelessness and despair. has the delusion that he is surrounded by enemies. He is therefore. gangrene. The syphilitic process is a slow and degenerative process which has been taking place over a long time. It is a violent effort in a hopeless situation. a violent process . For example Mercurius. The syphilic feeling therefore is: "The situation is desperate and hopeless and I can't cope". He is usually aggravated by contradiction. They believe that it is not possible to modify what has already gone wrong. It is an infection where the body destroys itself in an attempt to survive by producing ulceration. With this internal feeling. it has to be radically changed or destroyed. is dictatorial. not only about himself (as in the sycotic personality) but also about the situation. very suspicious and has suicidal and homicidal impulses against anyone who contradicts him. The syphilitic person also has very rigid ideas. unlike the psoric personality who is impressionable. The syphilitic response occurs when one is faced with a superhuman task . they react impulsively and violently to any situation . etc. Syphilis itself is a chronic desperate struggle.be it insult.a mercurial temper. Reaction to stress: Destruction of self or stressor. one of the most syphilitic remedies in the book. Syphilitic personalities have a strongly pessimistic view of life.one where no man can succeed. There is a chronic. deep-seated pessimism with occasional sudden violence directed at himself or others . . criticism or domination.

arn.. tab. eup-pur.... benz-ac. iris. Plant Remedies in Sycotic Miasm (Sankaran): Asafoetida. hydr. aesc. phos.. plat. the struggle is over. puls... stram. Luffa operculata. coch. cop.. aur-m-n. croto-t. pall. nat-c. cob-n... ant-t....... rhus-t.. caust.. phyt.. vac...... cupracet.... - SYCOSIS Miasm SYCOSIS Hypertrophic. uran-n.. merc-s. lyc.. kalibi. aster. Medorrhinum GENERALITIES. arist-cl.... mang. calad.. Nit-ac. bor.. flav.. cyna.... fago. dor. carb-an. agar. sanic.. cast. prun.. ferr.. dulc. aran..... rat.. Copaiva. ph-ac. tell.. cic. gamb. sabin...... Crocus.. aspar. bar-c. bov... ant-c. mosch. mag-c... croc.. cocc. ol-j.. euph-pi.. The age of syphilis is that of senescence. crot-h.... cann-s.... gnaph. erya.. carc.. Hydrogenous Nosodes: --Medorrhinum (gonorrhea urethral discharge) --Gonotoxinum Typical Remedies: Thuja.. adlu. erech. SRII-627.. sel.. petros. lac-c.. sars.. asim. Fabiana imbricata... kali-i.. Med.. kali-c... kreos... murx. berb-a.. calc.. seneg... merc.. and the only way out is death and destruction........ epig.. Sep. anac... canth.. iod... pip-n.. spig. zing. Caulophyllum.. cimic.. ars. pneu. orig.. am-m.. lil-t. . Even coping with the self is not possible. Staph. nat-m... aur-m. sabad.. Digitalis. euph. buni-o. carb-v... gels. apis. guai.. Gelsemium. berb. G1159) (185) : acet-ac.. Cann-I... silphu. sac-l. alum. kres.. cham... caps.. sarr...There must be change... helon.. cann-i.. petr.... mez. sil... kali-n.. Lilium tigrinum.. still. colch... mill.... cupre-aust. THUJ.. alumn. Kali-s. hep. Lamium album. aur. coloc. euphr. dig. am-c. psor. ven-m... Arg. agn. anan. ang..... bufo..... There is no hope now. bry. cycl. lach. sulph. con. graph. Cinnamonum. caul... lith-c.. carb-ac..... rauw. nat-p.... asar. nux-v. cedr. chin. guat.. The mind and the body move towards destruction. ham.. merc-c. merc-d... erig. vib.... penic. carbn-s. plb... Nat-s. asaf. influ... SYCOSIS (K1406. fl-ac.. senec. Arg-n.... Helonias. pareir. kalm. kali-m.... chim. anthro. ter.. picac. staphycoc. sec.. clem.... thyr.. cub. cinnb...

. let us take the example of Thuja. Juni-v.. Kali-br. Mez.. Thus we say that psora is the mother of sycosis. Medorrhinum Keyword: BUILDING (masking) Central: Weakness in self which he has to cover up. Senecio aureus. Pareir. Ter. Ph-ac... Clem.. Sabadilla. Lac-del. Sycotic Remedies: Thuja. Cupre-l. Cupre-aust. Erig.. Thuja has: • Delusion...... Psil... Sil.. Lath.. Terebe. Thuj. Mang...Mangifera indica... Cub. Ol-an... Grat. Rattr. Bor... Tab.. Cere-b. Mill... Equis.. he is made of glass. Pulsatilla. Juni. Mag-m. Indg. Nat-p. there is an attempt to cope with it by covering it up.. Polyst... Pall.. Aether.. Abies-n.. Kali-m. Glon. Cob... Cann-i..... Lacf. Pin-s. Tilia europaea.. Ust. Adam.. Meph.. Lac-d. Alco... and hiding it from others by egotism. Ant-c.. Kali-bi. Lach.. Cann-s.. Senec. Lil-t.. Med... Juni-c.. Yohimbinum MIASMATIC REMEDIES ACCORDING TO THE BOMBAY GROUP OF HOMEOPATHS AROUND R. Cerv. Thuja occidentalis. Urine-gr. Thuj-l. to keep secret. Nat-c. Bar-c. SANKARAN (from Referenceworks and not in alphabetical order) SYCOSIS Abies-c. Cop... Mosch. Tax. Lac-lup.. Pin-c.... Sanguinaria. To understand the feeling of sycosis... Nat-s.... Carb-ac.. Gels. Kali-s. Cast-eq.. Onos. It is a the feeling of a fixed. Tere-ch... The feeling probably arises after having struggled without success for sometime... Pin-l. Fel.. Yohim. Kali-c.... Kali-sil.. Berb. Cupre-s. Sang. Ros-g... Something is wrong with me".. Dig... Asaf. Reaction to stress: Fixed ideas leading to compulsions and compulsive actions out of a feeling of inner weakness. Croc. Plac-s. Cast. Mag-c.. Capra.. Sphing.... secrecy and compulsive acts.. Caul. Bov. Ferr... With this admission... Gnaph..... Anag. Lac-c. irremediable weakness within oneself. Cinnb... Calc-br. Juni-b. Dulc.. Del. Arist-cl. Agn... Caust. Zinc. Petros. Sabad. Hipp. Cocc. Bar-p... to mask. Form of reaction: COVER UP THE SYCOTIC MIASM The feeling of sycotic remedies is: "I am incapable of handling this situation. Salx-n.. Puls..... . Ovi-g-p. Plac. Lac-eq. Hepar-s.. Sabin.... Germ... Arg....

hyper-immune responses. It is in fact a fixed state. There is a tendency for the discharges to leave indelible stains. He is always anticipating that something bad will happen. Since. fixed and steady disease states like asthma. Consequently he is more closed during the interview. He has a fear that someone was behind him. He therefore develops fixed ideas. He has an anxiety of conscience. He never hopes to get rid of this weakness. The mind and body. etc. Gonorrhoea itself shows a chronic. or even when there is no stimulus. The sycotic personality is very secretive. he is thin. becomes secretive. The disease usually has an insidious onset and its course is steady. unlike psora. all he wants to do is somehow to cover it up. his body is fragile. The aggravating factors will be more specific and there will not be the plethora of modalities nor the accompanying generalities as is seen in psora. to cover up this imagined weakness. sycosis is not usually affected by external factors. tending to cause chronic. and acts in particular ways. and the consequent efforts to cover up the same on the physical sphere as well. as if guilty of a crime. Sycotic personalities and drugs have this feeling of inadequacy. The nosode Medorrhinum represents the centre-point of the sycotic miasm. The accompanying modalities and generalities like cravings and aversions are very specific and therefore limited in number. both overact. These constant efforts to cover up his weakness make even everyday life stressful. On the physical plane. steady. even his dreams are specific. The reaction is in fact concentrated at specific sites and organ systems. The sycotic person has fixed habits and traits. this inner anxiety and restlessness is . Thus we see overgrowths. The feeling of incapacity and the fear of being exposed is represented in Medorrhinum by his fears and anxieties. will not be touched or approached. fixed defence in the form of gleet. and structural pathology. one is trying to cope with the body's own weakness rather than with any stress from outside. The patient is always trying to hide his weakness and is constantly tense. slow troubles usually with a tendency to overreaction in that particular sphere. fanatical.• Delusion. The reaction will be the same no matter what the stimulus. There is no likelihood of complete recovery. • Delusion. but the situation is not a desperate one. The sycotic individual is less active and more reserved than the psoric.

This is the time when ideas become rigid. He is unwilling to take up responsibilities. and tries to cover them up. extravagant and can act as if nothing really bothers or affects him. constant nail-biting and the need to wash his hands repeatedly. But in order to cover up this feeling of incapacity. Medorrhinum may appear egoistic. The sycotic miasm will be seen predominantly around middle age when the person. and the person is content to cope rather than to struggle. freedom restricted. . because he feels that he is unable to fulfill them.manifest by signs such as restlessness of the feet. rude. having struggled a long time. sees many defects within himself. critical. his weakness will be exposed.

Tuberculinum spengler (blood of inoculated and supposedly immune rabbits) Typical Remedies: Drosera GENERALITIES. dulc. calc-p. asaf... cann-s.... TUBERCULOSIS Miasm “Home-seeking” . ruta.. lach.... apis. ferr. cham.. caust... graph. Cimicifuga. ign.. paull.... kali-acet. Plant Remedies in Tubercular Miasm (Sankaran): Abrotanum.. chlor.. hyos.. psor. alum. sil.. cupr.. sul-ac. carc.. x-ray... urea... nux-m. aur-ar. Puls. ambr.. dros. hydr. Stann.. lepro. cortico.. bry.... Kali-c. m-arct. thuj. cocc. kali-m. stram. mang... ran-b. bell. plb. petr.... kreos. alumn. samb. staph..... bcg. astac.TUBERCULOSIS -Romantic self-destruction.. cic... atra-r.. teucr. led.. merc.. tub-k.... guai.. ol-j. ars-i. TUBERCULOSIS (149) : abr. phyt. sulph... am-acet. Balsamum peruvianum. sep.. kali-n. tub. kali-chl. aur-m.. allox. merc-i-r. cund.. tab. sabin. cist. Cistus canadensis.. par...... calc-sil. Agraphis nutans. sec. bunio.. kali-i.. Tuberculinum aviaire (tuberculous chicken lung).. ars-s-f.. calo... ip.. hip-ac.. calc-ar.. Tuberculinum denys-(microbes filtered out) Tuberculinum koch (cultures of human TB bacilli ). Acalypha indica. ant-c. Coffea cruda. arg. acon. beryl..... Lyc. aur. verat.. con. calc-hp..... hydrc... hippoz... nitac. kali-s.. Juglans cinerea. Tuberculinum laricis (Roberts) (?) Tuberculinum marmoreck (culture from horses-said to be more benign effect) Tuberculinum rosen (?). squil.. nat-m.. alum-sil. calc. sel. kalibi. Tuberculinum residuum(cultured bovine tubercular bacilli ). rhus-t.. mag-c. chlorpr. irid..... sulo-ac.. ph-ac. calad. astra-e... calc-s. guare.... arg-n... arist-cl. Psora-Syphilis Sycosis-Syphilis (Sank) Nosodes: Bacillinum burnett (human tubercular sputum).. calc-i.... Tuberculinum bovinum kent (tuberculous cow lung). Cereus bonplandii. nux-v.. agar. am-c... carb-ac. chr-o. arn. aq-mar... bar-c. bac... ferr-pic.. chin. carbn-s. thiosin. coca.. spong... ang.... zinc.. form.. Atropinum purum... aur-i. lob-e. op. carb-v. carb-an.. laur.. hep....... spig. ars.. Phos......... form-ac. seneg... bor. Iod...

Coc-c. Aran. Ant-i.. Olnd.. The theme of Drosera is one of being stabbed in the back. Bomb-pr. Tub-r.. Gall-p.. Lycps.. Sanic.. Teucrium scorodonia. Mygal. Aur-m. Phos-pchl. Cadm-i. Zinc-i... Succinum acidum.. Ust. Merc-i-f.. Succ-ac. Dros... Cere-b. Canthin. Pulx.... Acal. Merc-p...... Triat... Ferr-i. Dor. Lil-t.. Arg-p. Caust.. Iod-ac. Ferr-p-h. Bcg. Scorp... Kali-p........ Tub-d. The reaction is violent... Bar-i. Mag-i.. Sulac.. Tela.. Phellandrium aquaticum.. Helo. envious people" (Phatak's Materia Medica). Kali-n. Phos-amor. Cimx. Nat-ar. Seneg. Bomb-chr.. Canth. Buth-aust. Lith-i. Ol-j. Cob-i.. Brom. He feels his weakness .. Calc-hp.. Lat-k.. Elat. Lat-h.. Coff.. Adam. Kam. Kali-c... Stry-p.... Aran-ix. Iodof.. Bac. Salx-n.... Lith-p. Aphis. Plb-p. Cimic. Calc-l-p.. Scol.. Culx... Ars-i. Calc-i. Calc-p.. Tub-m. Gins.. Blatta-a. Bism.. Mag-p. Ferr-py.... Tub-sp. Am-i... Plb-i. Iod-br.......... sycosis and syphilis). Apis-m... It is a feeling that one's weakness is being exploited. Kali-i... Pix liquida.. Mang-i.. Kali-hp.. Iod... Stront-i.. Ph-ac. Nat-p.. Trom... Teucr. Zincp....... Aether... abundant material on the tubercular miasm as well (apart from the classical trio of psora.... Stict.. Bar-p. Arg-i. Spong. Blatta... Cod... Cocci-s. Tub-k.. Samb.. Iod-m. Aran-s. Tub-a. Stann. Cob-p.. Nat-i... Sul-i.. almost tending towards syphilis.... Lac-eq... Agra.. Merc-i-r. Phos. Phel. Tarent-c. The main feeling in the tubercular miasm is a sense of oppression.. Tub-lar. Phos-i.. Iodot.. Verbascum thapsus MIASMATIC REMEDIES ACCORDING TO THE BOMBAY GROUP OF HOMEOPATHS AROUND R... Meph...... Phos-h. Bals-p. Stann-i.. MIASMS IN BETWEEN SYCOSIS AND SYPHILIS The Tubercular Miasm There is in homoeopathic literature. Apis... Psor. of being deceived by one's own friends: "Imagines being deceived by spiteful..... Tub. Zinc. Ther.. Avic. Aur-p..... Aur-i. The tubercular miasm can be understood through Drosera. Lac-leo.. Am-p. Apis-r. Chr-p.. Ped. Brucin.. Tarent. Coca... Cadm-p.. Form.. SANKARAN (from Referenceworks and not in alphabetical order) TUBERCULAR Abrot. Alum-p.. Ant-t. Falco-p.. Androc. Merc-k-i.. Lat-m. At the same time there is a great deal of dependence of the patient on his friends. Fl-ac...Myristica sebifera. Mang-p. Atra-r.. Tab.. Mosch. Vesp. Ferr-p. Apisin. Kreos.

... bung-f. cedr. aur. androc. cench. On the other hand... aspar..is being taken advantage of.. choc. lath...... lach... canth. grin.. bell. nat-m.. camph. camph-br. gua. elaps. gent-c.. HYDROPHOBIA (incomplete) : acet-ac. Hyos MIND.. hyper.. tuberculosis is known to have violent progressive features which are almost totally hopeless without medical intervention: for example TB meningitis. and reacts to this oppression violently.. apis. iod.. Hydr-ac.... ant-c. anag.. cupr. merc. phel. Stram. There is a great need to take a deep breath: "Oppression of the chest".. carc. cur.. Drosera also has suicidal inclinations. In its pathology we see destruction of tissues and lasting disability in the form of restricted lung space due to fibrosis. nux-v.. am-c. anan.. ars. kali-br... crot-h. self-mutilation (Klein) BetweenTuberculosis-Leprosy(?) Nosode: Lyssin (Hydrophobinum) (saliva of a rabid dog) Typical Remedies: Bell... arg-n. naja. aran. etc.. jatr. fagu. and very often has tendencies to recurrent colds and other respiratory affections. agav-a.. apisin.. cann-i.. aconin. "Suffocation". cocci-s.. fear water. chlol. mand. hyos... anthr. miliary TB. lac-c. - HYDROPHOBIA Miasm HYDROPHOBIA Rage alternating with affection. animalistic. LYSS. The cough also is described as "harassing" by Phatak and the slightest irritation causes violent bouts of cough excited by a tickling sensation in the throat.. agn. . gels. calc.. ritual behavior. laur. anac.. lith-br. brom. sensation of suffocation.... acon. ho.. He feels harassed and let down by his own friends......... Tuberculosis is one of the most widespread infections known to mankind accounting for much morbidity and mortality..... We have the sycotic aspect wherein the person lives for the rest of his life with a fixed weakness.... aur-ars. both-l. aur-s.

phos.. Chocolate?.Lyssin (Hydrophobinum) is the typical remedy of the this miasm. The etiology of the disease.. . xanth. Aur-sulph. especially into the kidneys (similar to snake venoms) Xanthium spinosa-said to be a specific for hydrophobia and recommended for chronic cystitis in women with a history of violent sexual abuse THE HYDROPHOBIC MIASM (Lou Klein) This miasm has some resonance with the myth of the werewolf and has connection with dogs/wolves/canines and the “howling at the moon” archetype. Aurum-ars. Elaps. Bungarus krait. The moon controls movement of the physical water on the earth. tanac.. a strong miasmatic inheritance... scut... Aur. Bothrops. Cenchris. the rabies vaccine. ter.. or violent electrocution. tarent. Androctonus. Bites from violent cats will give Rabies-like symptoms.. Rabies is on the increase as is the use of the vaccine. vip.. Around the time of Pasteur. or the triggering of the miasm.. ruta. Lac-c.. spirae... Stram. The acute phase of the disease includes: Fear of Water Cannot swallow water Wounds heal too quickly Death from suffocation and paralysis . It is made from the sputum of a rabid dog. phys. Louis Klein additions: Anacardium. trach. sabad. verat. plb. stry.. Lathyrus. Louis Klein comments: Bungarus-krait-the primary remedy for post-polio paralysis Cuprum-intensely sensitive to odors Curare-paralysis Terebinthinum-tremendous internal bleeding. ran-s. can be from a dog bite.. sulph. Vipera. there are recordings of many people being treated for Rabies.

Hyoscyamus. The bites of violent cats: consider Acetic acid. This fear also extends to sparkling reflection and mirrors. when drinking water. The typical remedies of the hydrophobic miasm are Lyssin. This leads to a forsaken feeling. esp. according to Klein. and Belladonna. Lyssin is well represented in the repertory compared to its frequency of use. HYDROPHOBIC MIASM SCHEMATIC VIEW (LOUIS KLEIN) •FORSAKEN FEELING to .Thus. is associated with situations where consistent abuse has occurred. salty things. Lyssin and Stramonium remove the effects of the bites of rabid dogs. It has a primary food craving for chocolate. The name of the miasm relates to the fear of water present in persons afflicted with the disease or miasm. Stramonium. rabies can be antidoted acutely and after Rabies vaccine by Lachesis. such as when someone has been insulted continuously by those on whom they are dependent. According to Boericke. and strange things during pregnancy. Lyssin and the miasm in general may have the sensation of suffocation or sensation of choking. This miasm.

HYPERSENSITIVE TO NOISE •EX:SPASMS FROM STRONG ODORS STATE to •In the case of the hypersexual state. may see ritualistic States with anxiety or compulsivity. the person must urinate on hearing running or “slurping” water. Animalistic behavior is typical in Lyssin cases. For example. the organs of water are affected. to •But if the animalistic behavior is suppressed. claustrophobia. or doglike Behavior.•DELUSION TORMENTED •FANCIED THEY HAVE SUFFERED WRONG •DELUSION INSULTED to or to •DELUSION SOMETHING TERRIBLE •HYPERSEXUAL WILL HAPPEN •HYPERALERTNESS. biting. including agoraphobia. Person may demonstrate animalistic behavior such as growling. to •And water is a deep unconscious element which triggers animalistic tendencies in the person. stabbing. . rage or violence alternating with quick repentance.

. COUGH. spong. graph..... mez... sulph. calc-f.. merc-i-f.... ziz. falco-p. plan-m. suffocation. suffocation.. lact. kali-bi... ars.. anan. ptel. cor-r.. crot-c.. lat-m. DREAMS... sulo-ac.. upa. stront-c. WHOOPING. acon-f.... rob. agar. Lach.. apisin. calc-f. xan. samb... aether. lil-t.. sulo-ac. spong. SUFFOCATIVE sensation (K467. chel. G37) (50) : Acon.. CHEST.. stront-c. visc... lob. aether. sang. stry. lyss... ferr.. podo.. kali-hp. MIND. mosch. graph. spig. stram. arn.. chlol.. verat... croc. Lyss.. lact. lac-d.. kali-c.. dig.. am-caust... chin.... CHEST..... lil-t. ign. grin.. samb. sil.. nux-v... sulph... phyt. ip. carb-an.. FEAR. chel. valer... tarent. RESPIRATION... apis. sul-ac.. am-br. suffocation.. germ.. dig.. cact. THROAT.... amyg-am...... DIFFICULT. nux-v.. bapt. before exhaustion (1) : cor-r..... mangi. samb. arund.. suffocated feeling. ant-t. sang. nux-v. lat-m. mangi. Ign.. grin... kali-hp..... merc-i-f.. rob.... with (2) : lyss. graph. plan-m. apisin. kali-bi. ars. merc-i-r. after sensation of. bell.... zinc.. bell-p... am-c. ign. lyss.. arund. falco-p... kali-i. ant-t. aeth.. sang.. valer.... tarent. SUFFOCATION.. lyc. aur.. am-c. chlol.. ptel. iris... MIND. sulph. phos..... arn.. ip... stram.. acon-f. spig. sensation of (11) : bad.. puls.. plat. fago.. agar.. Nux-m. merc-i-r.... . cub... Lyss. lob. amyg-am. stry. xan. •Anger with Repentance Rubrics: Combined Rubrics: alum.. con. stram. lac-d.. upa.. bad.... amcaust. merc. med. carb-an. sil. kali-i...•Suffocation Sensation Combined Rubrics: Acon. SRIII-286... puls.. valer.. Lach. phos. staph. aeth. HEAVINESS.. caust.. aurm. verat.. G397) (20) : am-br...... carb-v. iris. mosch.. hydrog. verat. lyc. caust. G1026) (10) : arn... aur-m. SRIII-355.. am-br. cub.. med.. lach. phyt.... suffocation (K1243.. bell-p.. staph.. crot-c. of (K47. apis...... with sensation of (1) : ptel.. carb-v.... kali-c.. cact. bry... anan.. SRI-525..... hydrog. visc.. merc.. bry. chin.. general. podo. fago... bapt.

repentance. morbid desire. ferr. G87) (13) : ang. running water.. zinc. BLADDER. BLADDER. kreos. or Mirrors Agg.. brom. stram. •Shining. water. bell.. bell.. quick (2) : croc.. BLADDER... MIND. G561) (5) : asim.. constant.. URINATION. affectionate disposition (K70.. general. bar-c. Lyss.. Lyss. verat.. germ. valer... . Reflected Light. con.. fury. mez.. VERTIGO.. Lyss. kreos. hyos. bell. crossing running (K106. ter. running water. general.... Sulph. alternating with. sulph.. nit-ac. ferr. sulph. at sight of (K653..MIND. over (SRII-683) (6) : ang.. nat-m....... stram. Sulph.. arg. asim. MENTAL symptoms alternating with. lyss. WATER.. followed by (SRI-820) (3) : croc. alternating with.. brom. canth. nat-m. bell. canth. stram. involuntary.. sulph.. WATER. canth. sulph.. agg. RAGE. stram. water running from a hydrant. sulph. aur.... bar-c. cocc. running water agg. bor. Sparkling. •Agg from water rubrics: Combined Rubrics: ang. morbid desire. Nux-m. WALKING.. bor.... bar-c.. ziz. hyos. cocc. G559) (3) : canth. RAGE. ferr... Ign... lyss. on seeing (K660. URGING to urinate. GENERALITIES...... fury. apisin. arg.. ter. apisin. MIND. brom. general. brom.. plat. GENERALITIES. verat.... croc.. sul-ac. hearing running water or putting hands in (K655. other mental (15) : alum. ferr. fury.. G565) (2) : lyss. G56) (1) : croc... verat.. SRI815.. nit-ac... repentance.. Bright.. MIND.... URGING to urinate. RAGE. arg.. seeing or hearing (SRII-691) (11) : ang. during.. hyos.

. DELUSIONS... VERTIGO. CONVULSIONS. MIND. agg. COLORS. agg. of (2) : canth. mirrors in room.. HEAD PAIN. G24) (2) : anh. mirror. bright objects agg.. EYES. BREAK things..Combined Rubrics: acon... carc. (5) : bell. COLORS. imaginations. bright (1) : lac-del.. G36) (9) : bufo. bright objects (1) : lyss. LOOKING. ph-ac. imaginations. MIRROR. ign. DELUSIONS. nux-v. imaginations. nux-v.. MIND.. colch.. a •Desire to Mutilate self runs through Lyssin and these other remedies.. general. bright (2) : stram. camph.. aversion to. GENERALITIES. tarent. in (G82) (2) : agar. objects. MIND. MIND. MIND. after looking into (K101. oreo. ph-ac.. MIND... MIND. MIND. sight of any shining object. cann-i. amel. bright. brought on by current of air.. bright. bright. from a. colors. kola. MIND.. adam. MIND.. G203) (1) : acon. spasms. bell. piloc.. agar. excitable. G82) (1) : kali-c.. Stram. LIGHT. colors. MIND. bright.. bright light (1) : colch. puls.. ars. lac-del. CHOREA.. FEAR. camph. COLORS... Stram. from (K242.. GENERAL. from (1) : tarent. stram. COLORS. of (K46. into a (K100. DREAMS. desires. lyss. VERTIGO. agg. desire to. mirror. DELUSIONS. GENERALITIES. (SRII-73) (1) : tarent.. EXCITEMENT. kola. amel. Curare is an example of a person that wants to mutilate themselves. DELUSIONS. carbn-s. objects. puls.. cann-i. spig... sparkle like jewels (1) : adam. tarent. MIND. CHOREA. anh. kali-c. he is (1) : adam.... from (K30. reflected. MIND.. shining objects (SRII-134) (1) : lyss.. sparkling. bufo. bright light... spig. ign. G83) (1) : kali-c.. . LIGHT.. bright. with fatiguing (3) : ars. VERTIGO. slightest touch. objects. imaginations. GENERALITIES. oreo. carbn-s.. bright (1) : sil. SRI-329. violent. bright (1) : sil. sil. canth. sil.. canth. INFLAMMATION. carc. general. lyss. light.. SRI-511.. even by conversation in vicinity of a patient (1) : lyss. piloc. reflections.

. halo. cupr.. bar-c. herself. tub. ars. nat-c. tab. legs.. tab.... body. G23) (1) : mosch. dig.. SRI-780. Stram... TEARS.. mosch. SRI-311. tarent. lac-h. lil-s. G54) (8) : agar.. lil-t. bell. germ. germ. . •Some additional rubrics involving Cutting: Combined Rubrics: androc.. G23) (4) : bapt. germ.. bell.. body.. G21.. SRI-287. G70) (2) : sec. tung.. querc-r. bac... dig. tarent.. MIND... corv-c... med. TEARS. body parts. lat-h. lil-t. arms. MIND. self-cutting.. MIND.. lac-eq. etc. TEARS.. cupr. imaginations. lac-lox-a.... mag-m.. MIND. skin around nails (1) : carc. K28. cupr. op... G70) (19) : ars. lyss. DELUSIONS.. SRI-996. his or her (K87.. stram. himself. imaginations..... MIND. hair. bell.. bar-c.. tub... to (K54. himself (SRI-1027) (9) : acon. DELUSIONS. bell. lach. xan. plb...Moschus does it through repeated surgeries. calc-f.... lat-h. ars... nicc. MIND. lil-t. one half cut off (1) : stram... tab. morbid. lyss. lil-t.. Stram. falco-p... cut off. sec. imaginations. ars. TORMENTS.. SRI-316. tattoos.. are (K28. are (SRI-238) (1) : bapt. himself. hura. body parts. tarent... body parts. SRI-996... stram. TEARS.. MIND.. merc-s.... SELF-TORTURE (SRI-896... cimic. herself (K87. mosch. lac-h... cut off (K25.. ephe. carc. guai. MIND... med. tarent. tub...... MIND. his (K87. halo. tub.. MIND.. himself. sol-t-ae.. cur...... IMPULSE.. fingers. MIND.. agar. piercings. carc. G43) (3) : adam. sulph. stram.. herself.. cut off.. body. frax. herself. MUTILATE his body. ars. xan. body parts.. G70) (12) : ars. DELUSIONS..... tub. lyss. nux-v. nat-m. stab his flesh with the knife he holds. DELUSIONS. bac. imaginations. xan. hyos. lach... MIND. alum. bell. nat-m.. med. lac-h. SRIII412. lach.. plb.mosch.. SRI-996.. nat-s.. himself.. cimic. sec.. bapt.. body. dig. plb... adam. tarent.. lil-t. hyos.. alum. G62) (7) : acon. chin. inclination to (K68. genitals. SRI-606. verat.. bac. bell.. cur. med.. or Combined Rubrics: acon. plb.

nat-s. hopelessly forsaken (Sank) Tuberc-Syph (Sank) Nosodes: -Leprominium(human or armadillo leprosy) (Vakil).. knife. SRI-368.. body parts. cut away. falco-p. chin. tung.. cutting. -Leprosinum Typical Remedies: Secale. SRIII-272.. toes. falco-p. body. cut (2) : lac-lox-a. hair. DREAMS. G1022) (1) : nat-c. imaginations. lil-s. nicc.. body.. head. hura. DREAMS....MIND. corv-c. G27) (1) : mosch. nux-v. having (K1238. of being cut with a (K1237. cut off (SRIII-259) (5) : androc. body parts. lil-s... merc-s. cutting (K1237.. ear.. G23. SRI-397. hands. cut off (K33. op. MIND. DREAMS. LEPROSY LEPROSY (boundary loss and selflessness? ). G1021) (17) : androc. Sulphur . SRIII-258. hura. face. body. DREAMS. of.. G1021) (6) : corv-c. calcf.. body parts... body. frax. MIND. sulph. DREAMS.. cuts them up (K36... guai. body parts... mag-m. body parts. nat-s.. DREAMS. being (SRIII-259) (1) : sol-t-ae. ears. frax. DESTRUCTIVENESS. having one side of face (SRIII-258) (1) : mag-m. body parts. MIND. body. DELUSIONS. SRIII-273. toe cut off (SRIII-261) (2) : lac-eq. MIND. body.. querc-r. MIND. cut off. ephe. G28) (1) : verat. nat-s. nicc. MIND. DREAMS.. clothing. body. guai. MIND. cut to pieces. nat-c. MIND. MIND. body parts. DREAMS.

Torul.. Psil. Bol-sang. cupr-ar. sep...... carb-v. dulc.. Iod-ac. Sec..... still... Kola. com.. kali-i... bix. Merc-k-i. Anac. Plb-i.. Lappa arctium.. sulph. Culx.. G1084) (65) : alum.. Codeinum/Fumaria. phos.. ars-i. mang. nuph. Lol. Bol.. Calc-i... hura. psor.. cur. thyr... Cereus serpentinus....... Guai. Psor... merc. Am-i. dip.. Curare. lach.... merc. anac.. psor.. Ergot. iod. bac. ars.. calo.... Lactuca virosa. dulc.... Asperg-n. Cyclamen. bad. SKIN.. Ars-i. hell. mag-c. ars-i.. Mucor.. carbn-s. hydrc.. tub. Phys..... Gratiola.. carbn-s..... guano.. oena..... petr. ars. graph..... crot-h. ho... Bar-s. Camph. Cic.. Furf-i. bix. jatr. Lac-del... hell.. hydrc.. ho. chaul.... Agarin. cupr-acet... meph..... Agar-st.... Bar-i.. pyrar..... pip-m. cupr... Bov.. (rubrics included in above rubric) GENERALITIES. hydrc. Agar-cit. hura.. Cand-p. Blatta.. Bol-lu.. Meph. Agar-v.. Sec. nat-m... Kali-i... ant-t... thyr. Cadm-i. calc. Adam. chaul. crot-h. carb-ac. sec...... Aur-s... Bol-e. Led. mag-c.. carb-an.. cupr-ar. Hydrc. dip... Cycl.... Agar-cpn. tarent.. anac.. .. com. Sabad...... Rhus-glabra MIASMATIC REMEDIES ACCORDING TO THE BOMBAY GROUP OF HOMEOPATHS AROUND R. form. ant-t. lepro. iod.. petr. Kali. Iodof. lepro. chaul... Agar. nat-m.. sil... Zinc-i.... elae.. Agar-ph.. syph.. Agar-pr. ars. daph.. jatr. Polyp-p. Aristolochia clematitis. con. Stann-i. carb-v... sep.. Cicuta virosa. hura.. Cur. cur. bad.... calc. Sep... Inul. anac-oc. lepro... Cand-a.. Hydr... nit-ac... Phal... kali-i.. Ferr-i.. nat-c... Ust. Stront-i.... calo.. Sul-i. form.. ERUPTIONS. kam... Lact. Ambr. leprous (K1314. cupr. Nat-i. Iod.. zinc. Mag-i. Ocimum sanctum.. oena.Combined Rubrics: alum. zinc. kali-c... nat-c. con. Sulph... Agar-cps. Asar.. Sulph. lach..... Aur-i... Hura braziliensis. mang. Bol-s.. Blatta-a.. Inula helenium. calo. Cob-i. syph. Lac-d. Sol-t-ae... caust.. carb-an. Aza. iris... bar-c. elae.. caust...... Hom.. Sec. Moni. Merc-i-f.. kam.. Aloe.. Phos-i.. iris... guano... tarent.. Lepro... sil. nit-ac. graph.. bar-c. Bism. Ant-o.. Com. kali-c. Agar-bi.. Castanea vesca. phos. Cimic.. Dema.. pyrar. bix. Asperg-f. pip-m.. Mandragora. Coca... Lat-h. Hydrastis canadensis. sil. elae. tub.... Muscin.... cupr-acet... bac. Plant Remedies in Leprosy Miasm (Sankaran): Aloe socotrina.. Agarpa. nuph. SANKARAN (from Referenceworks and not in alphabetical order) LEPROSY Agar-em... Caesalpinia. Agar-se. crot-h.. meph... Mang-i.. carb-ac. still. Russ. LEPRA (15) : anac-oc. Hura... Osm. daph. Spirae.

.. leprosy". According to me the drug which best represents the leprous miasm is Secale cornutum In his Repertory.. Iod-m. Ratt-r... eruptions. especially gangrene which would be one of the prominent pathologies of the leprous miasm. Bol-f. It is an almost hopeless situation. The symptoms we find in the leprosy patient are loathing for self. Lepromatous leprosy on the other hand.. This miasm requires much deeper investigation and I haven't been able to understand it fully as yet. Agar-b. In its pathology.. It is known for its destructive pathologies.. Kent gives Secale and Sulphur in bold types.Bol-ign. wants to". Asperg-fl. under the rubric "Skin. leprosy is of three distinct types. fight. with an intense desire for change. resembling syphilis. The Leprous Miasm The leprous miasm has features to indicate that it is almost exactly between the tubercular and syphilitic miasms. The main feeling in the leprous miasm is one of intense oppression and an intense hopelessness. Tuberculoid leprosy though progressive. Iod-br. has a better prognosis than the other types . abandoned (forsaken). is rapidly progressive and destructive. Bol-luc. Bol-ap. Helod-c. "Forsakes his relatives" and "Becomes shameless". The intermediate type lies between these two. ashamed.there is hope. Lepers are treated worse than animals and are often the objects of loathing.. In Secale we find "Violent. hatred and despised..

. sars.. cinnb. nat-s. sul-ac. kali-chl. con.... aur.. agar..... plat. spong. arg-n.. aegle. bar-c.. ust... clem..... phos... calc-i. herpetic.. nit-ac... merc-pr-r.. med. morg. calc.. tarent. ars-s-f. ol-j. SKIN.. Dulc.. Tub. mucor... sabad. calc... Bac. calc-s.......... hydrc.. Sep.... hell. bar-m. calc-acet.. lyc. semp. kali-s. lach... carb-an.. psor. rhus-t. ter... petr.... anac. aethi-a... parth. psor. rhust. lyc. anag. ars. viol-t.... ferr. jug-c.. Nat-m. tell... spig.. hep. Tell. anag. (rubrics included in above rubric) SKIN. semp.. ant-t... sulph. thuj.. Phyt. ant-c. cypr...... ERUPTIONS.. stront-c.. olnd. bell.. ferr-i.. calcm.... anac. graph.... Calcarea silicata (Sankaran) Combined Rubrics: abr..... mez. sep. torul.RINGWORM Miasm RINGWORM repeated unsuccessful cycles of effort (Sank) Psora-Sycosis (sank) Nosode: Ringworm (scalp scraping of Tinea capitis) Typical Remedies: Calcarea sulphuricum. chrysar. kreos. iod.. ars. bac. calc-i. kali-bi. Calc. ter. berb. ant-c.. lac-eq. aegle-f..... viol-t. cymbo-ci.. calo.. carc.. bar-s. syc-co. nat-c. am-m. TRICHOPHYTOSIS (25) : abr... dys-co.... merc.. jug-c.. hep... G1082) (47) : aegle. cocc...... ant-t.... ars-s-f.. brom. jug-r. carb-v. bar-s.. chrysar...... lepro. kali-s. ran-b. merc-acet.. ars-i.. caust. sang. equis. benz-ac. bar-c.. aegle-f. tub. anthr.. Bac.. kali-c.. oci-s. sil... vario.... plan...... eup-per. ran-b... calc- ... saroth.. lith-c. mag-p. jug-r. sul-i.. ringworm (K1312. circinate. cic... calc-sil. iris. lappa. sulph. graph. led.. mag-c... vinc.... staph.. Mez. chrys-ac.

cic. ant-c. Calc-sil.. mag-c. Tell...... hep.. Rhus-venenata. chrysar. sulph. Berb-a.. saroth. sep. Ictod. nat-c.. con. nit-ac.. cinnb.. Tarax.... Tell. sul-i. ol-j.. parth..acet.. Tub... stront-c.. FACE. graph. tub. con.. kali-bi... sulph. eup-per.. lyc. merc. phos. led..... SANKARAN (from Referenceworks and not in alphabetical order) RINGWORM Act-sp.. dys-co. ars.. lepro... arg-n. carb-an.... sulph. tell. dulc.. Fagus sylvatica. phyt... lyc. med.. Taraxacum. rhus-t. Phyt. Phyt.. lach.. plan. circinatus (7) : Calc.. Dulcamara. ter. tonsurans (K369. lac-eq. caust. thuj. calc. Viola tricolor MIASMATIC REMEDIES ACCORDING TO THE BOMBAY GROUP OF HOMEOPATHS AROUND R... clem.. nat-m.. sulph... bar-c.. sep.... Plant Remedies in Ringworm Miasm (Sankaran): Actea spicata. Sep.. tell.. aur. Ringw. Gossypium. Teucrium... equis. herpes.... olnd. tell. hell.. lith-c. tarent. lith-c. sil... semp. Upas tieute.. cinnb.. Dulc. bell. Sarsaparilla. cic. Phyt. mez.... dulc... syc-co.. sabad. mucor... hep.. spong... petr. nat-s. Pseudotsuga menziesii. Veronica.. Cench. staph. iod. Carbn-o.... cypr. sul-i. kali-chl. Opuntia vulgaris... All-s. carc. hell... Aln.... anthr.. sycosis barbae (53) : am-m. calc.. torul... Lac-h.. plat.. herpes. Ars-s-f. viol-t. cymbo-ci.. psor. cocc... calc-s. Nat-m.. sep...... clem.. aur.. thuj. chrys-ac.. phos.. oci-s.. All-c. med....... berb.. GENERALITIES. nat-c. mez... lyc. Calc-s. graph.. syc-co.. sang.. ant-t... mag-p. kreos.. Berb. Chrysarobinum.. chrysar. G310) (22) : anag. morg.. med.......... nat-m. sars. ERUPTIONS. lith-c.. Vario. ERUPTIONS.. kreos.. Jug-r. ... calc.. carb-v. Jug-c.. Sars. HEAD. Kali-s.. Mag-s. sil.... med. clem. phos.... dulc..... graph... Ran-s.. Sanguinarium nitricum. hep. graph. Cist.. nit-ac. sep. FACE... Tub. ERUPTIONS.... circinatus. calc-sil. Croto-t. hydrc.. kali-chl.. spig. FUNGOUS growths (24) : ars... merc-pr-r.

At other times there was resignation and acceptance of the situation. he gives up and accepts it. Most of the dreams had the feeling of trying to do something. there are both.e. the fixity resulting from a feeling of inadequacy within oneself. and at times when he is "Quarrelsome". walking. I refer the reader to my book "The Substance of Homoeopathy". The patient feels incapable of performing and gives poor health as an excuse for not being able to perform. "Hurried". there was an alternation between struggling and giving up in the dreams of most provers. compelling scratching. "Hasty". Thus. the characteristics of psora i. "Impatient" and "Anticipatory anxiety". . and while not threatening. as well as sycosis i. The theme of the miasm was reflected in the dreams of the provers. After much thinking and reading. etc. but at other times is quiet and fixed. I conducted a proving of Ringworm. jogging. The situation of the ringworm miasm seems to be one that is on the borderline of the patient's capacity. When he fails. it is good for him to succeed. he feels he is not appreciated and so tries to win appreciation. Calcarea sulphurica has periods when the person sits and meditates over imaginary misfortune (nothing can be done). Thus. the struggle with anxiety about success. the resigned acceptance as well as the element of struggle. For the details of the proving. dieting. So he tries periodically but each time he fails. There are periods of struggling. I was searching for an infection which comes up suddenly with an intense struggle which is not life threatening. On the one hand there were periods of trying with a feeling of hope. he just sits and broods over his misfortune. I got the idea that this infection was none other than Ringworm. The latter is characterized by periods when it is just another skin lesion and at times when it itches terribly like scabies.e. while on the other it has "Hurried". The main remedies for the miasm are Calcarea sulphurica and Calcarea silicata. This reminds me of the struggle of obese people trying to lose weight. only to be followed by another trial.THE RINGWORM MIASM I had some difficulty in finding a miasm in between psora and sycosis. Calcarea silicata has "Anxiety about health" and "Utterly ambitionless" on one hand. In order to confirm this idea.. It would have to have both. followed by periods of acceptance and calories. but at other times he somehow tries to live up to the expectations.

. mangi. tell. aza. calc-s. par. ph-ac. canth..... verb.. cent..... mag-p... polyp-p.. carb-v. iris.... nat-p.. psor. ang. spong.. asaf.. kali-p. cycl.. Calc. carb-ac.. kali-bi.. merc.. led. ign. sel... am-m... phel. bufo.. (rubrics included in above rubric) GENERALITIES..... ferr-i.. aur. hyos. arn.. buni-o. Ars.. pop. bar-c. tarax... caust.... malar.... helia. Pyrog.. canch... sil.. cann-s.. Alum. asar.... polyg-a. eucal.. senec. coff. anth. ptel.. cham. lepro. sabad.. sul-ac.. Ferr.. verat.. chelo. benz-ac.. eup-pur... corn-f..... ilx-a. teucr. mag-m. stram.. Psor. chinar.. lyss.... clem. calc-p..... kali-n. euon-a.. echi. maland.. ars-i... sang.. mag-c...MALARIA Miasm MALARIA intermittent (periodic) return of complaints Acute-Sycosis (Sank) Nosodes: --Malaria tropicalis --Malaria officinalis (decomposed vegetable matter to simulate swamp miasmata) Typical Remedy: China officinalis Combined Rubrics: abies-n. ant-o.. Sep. mosch... MALARIA. cina... corn. am-pic. lept. Tarent.... lach. camph. valer. ailments from (8) : eup-a. colch. bapt. elat. petr. hep. puls. kali-c. ant-t..... ceph. crot-h.. methyl....... cic. plan... veratv. naja. arist-cl. caps.. gels. malar. verbe-h. chel..... sulph.. calad..... sed-ac. cedr. Bell. cist... baj. gent-l. alst-c. ars-s-f. calc-ar. mur-ac. urt-u... ars-br... chion... thuj.. bov. Natm... eup-per.... kali-ar.. rhus-t... Nat-s. kali-m. cimx. rhod.. rheum... gent-q.. lac-d. podo... vip. plb. cupr. dros... eup-a. buth-aust.. Kali-s... camph-br.. phyt. verbe-h. chin.. tela. calli.. graph. ol-j.. stann..... op. bol.......... ant-c. ran-b.... kali-i. ran-s.. alst-s. Lyc. aran.. argn. nicc... plan..... lob.. nux-m. spig.. cocc. arum-t. acon.. staph. Sulph.. laur. meny... Tub. chin-m. cact...... agar.. ost. apis.. ferr-ar... iod.. sabin. phos. . sec. ague.... guare. polyp-p.. ferr-p. nat-c.. querc........ am-c. carb-an.. fl-ac.. nux-v.. tarax.. ip.. bry. zinc. hell...... coloc. euphr. anac. croc. lil-t. hydr.. bol-lu. ther. chin-b.. cean... chin-s. coc-c.. Nit-ac... samb. prun-c.

. lil-t. anth.. SANKARAN (from Referenceworks and not in alphabetical order) .. ther. lyss... sil. bry. Cactus grandiflorus.. verat. naja.. vip... Cascarilla.. arum-t.. crot-h. aur. euon-a. alst-c. malarial (K1288. Lyc..... ague... zinc.... canth. calc-p... rhus-t. camphbr..... gent-q. guare.. caps. mag-p.. cist. elat. arn. chin. calli..... agar. ferr-ar.. lac-d. Cina... calad. chin-m...... nux-v. coc-c. carb-ac.. mag-m... ptel.. Collinsonia canadensis.... caust... prun-c. lach.. sang. Chin-sulphuricum.. chion... chin-ar. kali-ar.. clem... carb-an. stram.. croc. ferr-i. bapt.. FEVER. graph.. ph-ac. Colocynthis... podo.. chronic. calc-s... puls. tell. Alum. lepro. buni-o. ars-br. dros. cean. coff. Calc.. corn... Sulph.. cimx....... aran.. senec. Sep.. gels. Ars. ant-t.... Ferr... Bell. MIASMATIC fever (9) : acon... kali-m. Kali-s.. mag-c... eup-per.. apis. Chelone glabra.. Tarent. bufo.. Sumbulus MIASMATIC REMEDIES ACCORDING TO THE BOMBAY GROUP OF HOMEOPATHS AROUND R...... helia.... samb.. gels. iris. eup-pur... par... verbe-h. tela. nicc. mur-ac.. gent-l. tarax.. carb-v...FEVER. polyp-p. urt-u. spong.... fl-ac. Eupatorium-perfoliatum.. Pyrog. ip. Lysimachia nummularia... euphr. eucal. sabin. phyt.. staph.. bol-lu. led... aza. kalin...... Colchicum. chin... anac. baj....... laur. corn-f.. rhod. hell... phos. valer. malar. polyg-a. hyos.... eucal. plan.. asaf. nat-c. op. merc. ars-s-f. Cann-s... benz-ac. cycl. verb. arg-n. G1062) (212) : abies-n.. acon... kali-i. colch... chel.. nat-p. Psor. cedr.. chin-b. verat-v. arist-cl.... Nat-m. hydr... maland.... chelo.... meny. methyl. cina.... ceph. cann-s. kali-p. ant-c. calc-ar.. petr..... sul-ac.. cocc... stann. ampic... sabad. Ranunculus-bulbosus. spig. plan.... Tub. ilx-a. camph. alst-s. lept.... iod. chin-s. lob... rheum.. Berberis vulgaris. ost.. cedr. China boliviana... Myrica cerifera. Rhus-radicans. coloc. bov. asar.. Robinia pseudoacacia.. thuj... bol. HEAT... echi. kali-bi. sed-ac.. buthaust. hep. pop... am-c. ol-j. sec.. Nit-ac.. cupr... ran-s. ang. Capsicum.. bar-c. teucr... cact. verat-v.. ran-b.... ant-o. mangi. mosch. Spigelia.. eup-per.. HEAT.. Chelidonium... carb-ac. ferr-p. ign. am-m. Abroma-augusta. nux-m. plb. ars-i. kali-c.. Ranunculus-scleratus. querc.... Plant Remedies in Malaria Miasm (Sankaran): Abies-nigra. canch. cic. Nat-s... INTERMITTENT. cham. phel. sel. cent.

akin to persecution.. It is as though atrocities are being committed on him . Coloc. cadm-s. Arum-t. it has fixed ideas and the chronic. Nat-m..MALARIA Abies-n. Chin-sal.. Sac-alb.. Berb. intermitted with sudden. Bol... achy. Bry.. Cact. asar.. arg..THE MALARIAL MIASM A miasm between the acute and sycotic should have an acute feeling of threat that comes up intermittently in phases between which there is a chronic. Aur-m-k...... Chin-b............ cann-i.. Paeon.... TYPHOID Miasm TYPHOID hopeful struggle (sank) Psora-Acute (Sank) Nosode: Typhoidinum Typical Remedies: Bryonia Combined Rubrics: acet-ac. Ars... Lac-d. Prun. anth.. anthr... China has two components .. Ant-c.. acute attacks of fever with chills followed again by a quiet phase. Carb-v.. Kalm. caust. Cocc.. Colch.. Aeth.. Cedr. am-c. Cinch. alum. The idea that came to me immediately was the malarial miasm. The main remedy of the malarial miasm is China.. Chin-ar. Am-c... . Mag-m. Eup-pur. arn. ars-s-f. Eup-per... Chinid. acon. tormented.. Chin.. Bapt. persecuted feelings... Chin-val... Sel... Phatak describes the pains as atrocious. hindered. arg-n. BETWEEN ACUTE AND SYCOTIC MIASM .. Clem. Absin. Caps. Ang....... Arum-t. Ran-b. This remedy has severe spasmodic colics and periods of quiescence. ant-c. atro. Meny. carb-ac... on the one hand.. Casc... Spig.. aeth.. Merl.. carb-an. agar. Cina... amor-r. Led. which give rise to theorizing and planning without any hope of executing these plans.. Sumb.. Aza... etc. Verb. it has periods of relative dormancy. underlying fixed feeling of being deficient. Chin-hydr. Am-m. calad.. bor.... Cimx. camph. The main feeling of this miasm and of China is one of persecution. Sang. Gnaph... caps. bell.... apis.. canth. Chin-s. calc. Chin-m. ant-t.. Chel.. alumn.. Iris. and on the other.. ail. Malaria is a very common infection.. Sarr.the acute threat. with its fear of dogs.

cupr-ar. ferr-p. Euphrasia. plb. calc.... gels. pyrog. acon.. hell.. Carnegia gigantea. hydrin-s..... nux-v.. sel. chlol. chin-s. petr. seneg.. iris. cocc. rhus-g. urt-u. kali-bi... cupr-ar.. merc-cy.. lycps.. Chlor.. stry... CONTINUED fever. Merc. Phos... bell. Rhus-t. nat-m... Rhus-t. mill.... anthr.. ip. carb-ac..... chin-ar. Gels.. Aethusa......... merc-d. zinc.... eup-per. rhus-g.. tarax. typhoid.. phos... alum. sel. iris.. lycps.... carb-ac.. Sulph. ip.... petr. Colch.. nit-ac.. ferr. Hyos. ter. chlol. verat-v. typhus... kali-bi.. graph. Gels. arn. Crot-h... agar.. elaps. Baptisia... sang.. Lycpersicum.. chloram... par.. merc-i-r. .. dor.... plan... maland... lac-lup.. nit-ac.. ip. Bapt.. Ars. spig. tub.. ph-ac. mosch.. mez. eucal.. maland. sumb. euphr. hep... trio.. psor. nux-m.... xero.. Rhus-t. Chamomilla.. haem.... merc-cy... seneg. stann. sep. ferr-m... G1059) (159) : acet-ac... lachn. FEVER. rhus-v.. chin-s.. mosch. valer. eup-a. sil. chin-ar. chloram. mang.. Colch. Bryonia... nux-m. HEAT. asar. dor. laclup. staph. kali-c... sul-ac.cham. vac.. nat-s.. REMITTENT. ham. Mur-ac. elaps. merc-i-r.. Psor. con.. lyc. hydr-ac. sars.. ign.. verat-v.. Bry... op... dor. HEAT. sars.. kali-m.. methyl.. caust.. eup-a...... oci-s. kreos. spig.. puls.. sec. cyt-l. lyc... rhus-v. hep.. Bry. pyrog..... Chin.... tarent. lachn. mang.. puls.. hydr-ac... achy.. atro. kali-c. cyt-l.... ant-t. hell... kali-n. Arum-t. chel. ham. hydrin-s.. gymn. mez.... typhoid (K1284. ail. hydr.. trio.. Hyos.. bapt... iod. sec. dig. Chlor... Stram... eucal... kali-p. cina. sul-ac.... cham. plan.... camph.. ph-ac.. tarax.. merc-c... sumb. ter.. ferr-p. Mur-ac.... bor. verat.. Sulph. laur.. am-c.... cina. kali-p. lept... staph...... lept. kreos.. vac. op.. cadm-s. cic. Merc... xan... xero. stann.. Stram... nat-m. chel.. graph. ant-c. methyl. Hyoscyamus. euphr..... Chin.. amor-r. Carb-v. apis. calad. verat.. zinc. aeth.... ferr-m.. sang. ter. glon. thuj.. urt-u.. Crot-h... Plant Remedies in Typhoid Miasm (Sankaran): Abelmoschus. xan. (rubrics included in above general rubric) FEVER. sil.. con.. iod.. oci-s.. rheum.. plb.. anth.. cupr... rheum. canth. tub... caps. stry. mercc... ars-s-f. Lach.. prone to become (K1289.... nux-v. glon... tub.. Echi.. carb-an.. kali-n. Phos..... cupr.. ferr.... Ipecac.... arg. cur..... dulc. arn. merc-d... tarent... cimic... laur... haem. arg-n.. hydr. thuj.. cann-i.. puls..... Argemone mexicana... ign... Psor... cimic. alumn.. Ars. dig.. par. gymn. cur. dulc. eup-per.. murac.. sec.. valer. Echi.. Lach.. ph-ac. mill.. colch.. sep. cocc. nat-s. G1064) (19) : ant-t.. cic.. kali-m...

.... Camph-ac. Isoniz. Asc-t... Bact-pyo.. Form-ac. Ox-ac.. Rhus-v. Hydrobr-ac. Typhoid has both the acute features as well as the slowness... Petr. Rheum. Glon.. talks of business".. Manc. Lycps... Nux-m.. Pyro-ac. Hyosin.. Sulo-ac... Chrys-ac. Poly-bow.... Chr-ac..Mancinella... Carb-v. if handled properly for a critical period.. Asc-ac. Tart-ac.... Coli. and can become life threatening. Ba-tn. Sor-ac.... Nat-p. Terebinthinum... Apis-m. and how intensely the patient is struggling against it. Calc-f... Acetyls-ac. Pant-ac. Nit-ac. Carbn-s.. It has "Delirium. Apis... Iris-t. Typhoid has a prolonged prodrome with a feeling of malaise. Petros. Rhus-d. Verat-v. Visc. Fumar-ac.. Sul-ac. Dor. Squil. Morg. Rib-ac.. Bry.. Hydr-ac. Nux-vomica.. Mal-ac.. Bact-coli. Gaert.. Rhus-t. Nux-v.. The feeling is that of a critical situation which.. Podophyllum. Acon-ac.. Sarcol-ac... Morg-g. SANKARAN (from Referenceworks and not in alphabetical order) TYPHOID Acet-ac.. days before the temperature rises significantly. Hyos.. Ter. Bryonia ia also listed under "Fear of starving".. Sac-alb. Keto-ac.... Cupr-acet... Ail... Pyrog. Pictx-ac.. Ur-ac.... Podo. MIASMATIC REMEDIES ACCORDING TO THE BOMBAY GROUP OF HOMEOPATHS AROUND R. Ars.. Succ-ac. Pic-ac. Coccal. Lacac. Ba-sv. but also has the component of struggle.. THE SUBACUTE/TYPHOID MIASM I concluded that a miasm between the acute and the psoric miasms had to be typhoid. Mez. Ip. Hell. Sabad. Cit-ac... Mur-ac. Tellac.. Gall-ac.. Fl-ac. Anan. Atro.. - .. Ph-ac..... Aeth. Syc-co.the response is not just instinctive. Par. Cham.... Bor-ac.. The fever is continuous. which gives an indication as to how critical and acute the situation is... Bapt.. Nux-moschata.... Botul. Tann-ac. Gamb.. Nucl-ac... Thio-ac. Carb-ac.. Hf-sil-ac..... Prot. Polyst.. Picro-ac... Carb-an. Palm-ac. Dys-co. Lachn... Tarax. It is an intense struggle in which there is an acute threat from outside ... Fol-ac.. Arge. One of the main drugs of the typhoid miasm is Bryonia.... Bufo. Benz-ac. Thyr.. Sul-ac-ar. Faec... Ami-sal-ac... Paris quadrifolia. Hip-ac. will end in total recovery. Mut.. Rhus-g... Nit-m-ac. Glut-ac. rises higher each day.. Bryonia has "Fear of Poverty" and a struggle for wealth. Gels..

tarent-c... Chocolate.. rad-br. buni-o.. tarent. Belladonna GENERALITIES. ign.. kali-bi.... Menthol. ambr........ glon.. eup-per.. Bell. form.. cact. ars. Veratrum-album MIASMATIC REMEDIES ACCORDING TO THE BOMBAY GROUP OF . ictod. Calendula. Oenothera biennis. nit-ac.. Typhoid-Malaria Nosode: ? Typical Remedies: Aconitum. SUDDEN manifestations (SRII-616) (60) : Acon. verat. stann. lyc.. vip... camph. tung. mag-c. Elaterium. nat-s.. sul-ac.. con. Digitalinum. mag-acet. oxyt. Morphinum. Arnica.... Melilotus... stry.. cimic. Strychninum... croc. Stramonium. Agatha-australis. Camphor.. eup-pur.. coloc.. crot-h. Plant Remedies in Acute Miasm (Sankaran): Aconite.. canth. choc. tab.. am-c. bar-c.. musa. dios. valer. tub. plb. Coffeinum. hydr-ac. mag-p... apis. Belladonna. phos. ox-ac...ACUTE Miasm ACUTE reactive (Sank). podo.. petr.. carb-ac. Cactina.... berb. ran-b. androc.. spig... thuj... Croton-tiglium. mez.. cupr... hydrog...

with no sense of fault in oneself.. Cryp.. SANKARAN (from Referenceworks and not in alphabetical order) ACUTE Acon.. Terebe. Lith-m. Lept. Hyoscyamus... Muscin.ACTION THE ACUTE MIASM In the drugs of the acute miasm... Lith-f. Narcot. Lobin-s.. Phel.. Bad. Aspar. Lith-s.. Papin. Conin. Hydrin-m. Diph.. Verat-v. The central features of the acute disease itself correspond to the feeling of threat and the strong. Coffin... Lobin....... Brucin. Laur.. Jatr. Lith-sal.... Morph-m.. Solin.. Lith-l. Camph. Stramonium Keyword: REACTION (instinctive) Central: Threat is too strong. Lith-p. Xanth. The acute disease has a sudden onset... Stry-n.. Lyss. Calen.. Tab.. .. rapid progress and a swift termination.HOMEOPATHS AROUND R. Lith-br.. Cocci-s... Sant. Spong. Reaction to stress: Instinctive reaction. Sanguin-n.. Chlor. etc. Colchin... For example Stramonium has "Delusion.. Ferr-p-h. And indeed we do find in these drugs a sudden.. instinctive and reflex. Digin. Beryl. Chlol.. Lith-c.. Fault is entirely on the side of stressor. The reaction to this threat is strong. Trinit. Cocain. Dubin. Saroth.. Oena.. Cod... it ends either with death or recovery.. Stry. Choc.. there is the feeling that: "There is a strong threat from the outside world". Datin... Mand. Prop. Lith-chl...... Hyosin. Hydrog.. Bell. Heli. Dys-co... The reaction is seen in the following symptoms: "Desire for light and company" and "Children wake up screaming. Aconin.... Stram. Atro... Form of reaction: Reflex . Apom.. Emetin. Stry-p. rapid pulse. Verin.. Abel.. Franc. Piloc. Sanguin.. Cinch.. Aether. Parth..... Lith.. Reser. Nicot.... Epih. Picro. Acute Remedies: Aconitum.. Esin.. Lithbe....... Canth. Verat.. Arn... Coto.. almost immediate reaction. Narcin. Morbill. recognize no one.. flushed face. Glon.. Berbin. alone in the wilderness". Ergot.. Belladonna.. Meli. Morph... and cling to those nearby". It will be noticed that Aconitum and Belladonna which are the best examples of the acute miasm are given in Volume II of the Synthetic Repertory under "Sudden Manifestations".

The state of the mind and body being related. and they become uncompensated only under stressful conditions. are full of excitement and represent acute. flushing of face alternating with paleness. the feelings about one's own self are not in the forefront here. which means they do exactly the opposite in their life to what they fear. the delusion is expressed at both levels the mental and the physical. exacerbations and threatening conditions that cause panic in the mind of the patient and those around him. The acute miasm usually does not cause chronic structural pathology. because this is the time when threatening situations from the outside are more . Further. The situation is overwhelming and there is a state of alarm. But when in a chronic situation. whereas Stramonium is normally known to have a fear of dogs. In general. etc. these features are heavily compensated for. the acute personality. deep seated pessimism. they are especially marked in the acute. Mentally this is seen as fear of death. easily excitable and hyperactive . sharply and intensely. For example a Stramonium personality may have many pet dogs. too. palpitation. has compensated and uncompensated phases. In general. threatening situations. they function at a very high voltage. and although these are present in the other miasms as well. they are actually manifestations of the compensated phase going into the uncompensated phase. we find racing pulse. acute personalities are excited.The features of the acute personality are that the patient perceives the situation to be one of acute threat and therefore reacts instinctively. They can also have manic reactions. This may seem to appear like mood swings. In the physical sphere. Aconitum has the feeling that something sudden will happen leading to his death. but without the counterpart of chronic. There may also be sudden. etc. anxiety and restlessness. The acute miasm will be found more in babies and children. Many of these persons could go into a contra-phobic behaviour. It can however aggravate structural pathology.they react as though to a threat. especially when the tendency (genetic predisposition) to such a pathology is quite strong in the patient. like excessively loud laughter and abnormal bursts of courage and cheerfulness. impulsive violence as in the syphilitic personality. but when examined closely. This can be seen in the example of Aconitum. Physical manifestations of the acute miasm are in the form of sudden and violent reactions. The dreams.

dulc. cory.. bani-c. benzoq... cod. aq-mar. PULM.. card-m...... bar-c. instinctive. cupr.. calc. cholin. aur-i.. aur-m-n. cedr..Uterus Carcinosin ADENO VESICA .. cist. beryl..... cur... Such a response would help one recognize this miasm...... MAM.from epitheliomata of the intestine and bladder Carcinosin SCIR.. ant-ar. alum-sil.. acon....... chel.. bry. coloc... ars-i.. alumn. ant-i.. eucal.. am-c. chr-ac. The reaction of the acute miasm is an innocent. cinnam... calen. cham. cund. carbn-s. cic. apoc. calth... aur-m. alum. bar-i.... agar.. Nitric acid GENERALITIES. bapt. chim...from an epithelioma of the stomach Carcinosin.. calc-ar. Therefore even when the acute miasm is found in adults. ars-s-r.. apis.. echi... elat. ant-m. calc-sil.... clem. calc-ox... epip... agav-t. carb-v. croc..from an epithelioma of the lung Typical Remedies: Carcinosin. euph. eup-per.. aur. . ... caust.. carb-ac.. cadm-s. Brom.from carcinoma of breast Carcinosin ADENO STOM. . eos. Carcinosin INTEST.. bufo. calc-acet.. chol. ant-c. ail.. asaf.... arg. arn.from an epithelioma of the bladder Carcinosin bowel co Carcinosin Co.. acet-ac..... . CANCER Miasm CANCER malignant hypertrophy. calc-p..Pap. cot.Adeno.. bism. bell-p. CANCEROUS affections (K1346.. astra-e. cupr-s.CO. bell.. arg-n... ars-br.from a scirrhus of the breast Carcinosin Stroma Stomach Carcinosin SQUAM.. G1111) (246) : abr. SRII-54. calc-o-t. anac... childlike reaction. aster. calc-i.. ars-s-f. Con. anan.. anthr.....often found.. perfectionistic (Sank) Sycosis-Syphilis Nosodes: Carcinosin mixed Carcinosin... anil. cupr-acet. cit-ac. elaps. arbu. cit-l. aurs. ant-t.. calc-s. cadm. buni-o. ambr. aur-ar. crot-h. calc-f.... carc.. Ars.... . there is a certain childishness in the response. Carb-an....

.. psoral. Merc-n.. Nit-s-d.. sep. Bufo.... ham.. Phyt. form-ac. kali-c..... merc-i-f.... Nit-ac. Pic-ac. lob-c. raja-s.. orni. Antar.... ox-ac... Am-caust. med... Brom.. ferr-pic. kres. Ars-s-r. trif-p... gali. Anhalonium... Apoc. formal. nym.. nectrin. Asar. Viol-o. Ferr-ar. lob-d. nux-v. lap-a.. Anh. Am-val.... Nat-n..... puls. parat... Cund. syph. Ars-br..... Am-be. Am-m.. Ars-s-f..... visc... Lil-t. oxyg... Ruta. sulph.. Sabina........ prot. Cean......... Am-t... scroph-n...... kali-ar. uran-n. Ichth.... Ulmus procera.. Echi. Ars-i.... kali-cy. symph.. Con. rumx-a. Nit-ac. Aster. Am-n. graph. Tarent-c. Aur-ar.. Ignatia amara... Arg-n..... iodof. merc. Plant Remedies in Cancer Miasm (Sankaran): Agnus castus. Aml-n. Euphrasia.. mag-s... Calc-f. kali-s. Opium. tax. Calc-n... Cupr-ar... Lyc. Bar-c. Carb-an. Thea. Nitro-benz. tarent..euph-he. Kali-ar. scirr. Valer. rad-br.. thiosin.. spong. hydrin-m. Ars. silphu.... Staphysagria.. Am-p. mez. Sabin. Trinit. rhus-t. lup... sed-r.. laur. Nat-c... ph-ac. morph. stront-c.. petr. sabal. nat-cac.. Clem....... sec. pic-ac. Phys. lach.. Am-br. Arsenal... iod. nat-m. tarax.. syc-co. hydrc. Cupr-am-s. Aur-s. hippoz.. Am-van. gent-l.... Bism. Galium aparine... merc-c. Carc. semp. Kali-n.. Asarum canadense. Ferr-n.... matth.. nat-sil-f. verb. sol. sul-ac. Kreos. Nit-m-ac. ruta. lact.. kali-i. Anacardium. Benzn. sarcol-ac.. Gali. kreos.. Tarent. x-ray... Calc-ar. toxo. hecla. Scrophularia nodosum. myris. Cupr-n... op.. Aur-fu. mag-m. kali-chl.. . Tabacum. psor.. Squil. merc-k-i... Aethyl-n.. ter. mur-ac. vib-p. Anac..... Hydr. lupin.... squil... Zinc-n.. Staph.. Ars-h..... ol-an. thala.. sars. Phyt. Ham.... Nitro-o. Ornithogalum umbellatum.... sac-alb. form. Chin-ar. fuli. viol-o... hep........ Am-c. perh.. Lob.. Cob-n. methyl. ho.. hydr.... sieg. mag-p... Ars-met. sul-i. ferr-i. Am-i.. ran-s.. Aran. tarent-c. Ust.... spig. lac-h.. gua. Myris.... Mez.... Phos. Conium. SANKARAN (from Referenceworks and not in alphabetical order) CANCER Agar. morg-g.. naja.. mill.. Bell-p. zinc.. Thiosin. Op.. Ign.. Viola odorata MIASMATIC REMEDIES ACCORDING TO THE BOMBAY GROUP OF HOMEOPATHS AROUND R... Scirr. kali-bi. ferr-p.. maland. Am-pic. sang. Sil..... gels.... Acal.. Benz-d. staph... senec-j.. rhod.. Physostigma venenosum.... ran-b.... Bellis perennis.. Rat.. gaert. kali-p.. Ars-n... Gast. thuj..

Aur-n.. Ars-i-merc... Am-s. Am-car. Am-ar. Mag-n. It is a continuous and prolonged struggle which seems to have no end. On the one hand we have the rubrics: "Timidity". yet there is the need to perform very well and live up to expectations.. Stry-n.. The main feeling of this miasm is therefore that he is expected to perform exceedingly well. Arg-ar. We often have a history of high expectations on the part of the parents and a high level of performance on the part of the subject to live up to them.. Vanad... Uran-n.. and on the other "Fastidiousness". Rhodi-o-n. Am-cit. "Dwarfishness" and "Ailments from anticipation". Stryar. . Lac-h. "Suicidal" and "Dreams of murder".. Cob-p. Bar-ar. Uran-ar.. The Cancer Miasm The cancer miasm lies between the sycotic and the syphilitic. wherein he is expected to perform exceedingly well.. Bar-n... Nat-a-g. "Obstinate". Ars-t-s. Stront-ar. There is no rest or freedom from tension.. Am-s-a.. Plb-ar... Cadmar. The patient is constantly striving to be perfect and in doing so stretches himself beyond the limits of his capacity. and although he would like to cover up his imagined weakness and feeling of incapacity.. Germ. Am-acet. Cadm.. In the pathology of cancer we see the sycotic element of building up as in new growths. as in syphilis.. The main remedies of the cancer miasm are Carcinosinum and Nitricum acidum. which he feels incapable of doing. Merc-pr-a. So. Nat-ar..... Nat-cac.. Stront-n. Mercar. Sanguin-n.... for failure would mean death and destruction. the demand has been put upon him. Am-sal. Orni. It is a superhuman effort. with fixity and at the same time breakdown and destruction. Am-form... Cadm-n. Thal-n.. Zinc-ar.. Mag-ar. Falco-p.. There is a feeling of weakness within...... he has to put in everything he has and much more in a really intense effort to survive.. Nat-ns.. he stretches himself beyond the limits of his capacity.. The clinical picture of Carcinosinum is of a person who is a model of perfection ..one with whom it would be difficult to find fault. Nitro.... Thal-ar... Vichy-g.. Plb-n. Kali-picn..Lev. These symptoms show the sycotic and syphilitic dimensions. It develops when the sycotic (with the feeling of a fixed weakness) is subjected to extreme stress. Urea-n. His survival depends upon it. Benz-ar. as well as the need to perform. Nit-phami.

Chrys-ac... Par. Cupr.. Ferr-o-r... Gels... Nucl-ac...======================================== MIASMATIC REMEDIES ACCORDING TO THE BOMBAY GROUP OF HOMEOPATHS AROUND R. Calc-f.. Ferr-s.. Carb-an..... Abel... Camph-ac. Nat-c. Lyss.... Verat-v. Ferr-p.. Coto. Lycps.. Rheum. Solin. RINGWORM Act-sp.. Aspar.. Thio-ac.. Picro-ac. Stry-f-c. Chlor.. Pyrog. Parth.. Iris-t. Isoniz.. Narcin. Lept... Narcot...... Ferr-acet...... Ars.. Botul..... Croto-t... Phel. Keto-ac.. Beryl.... Glon.. Sulph.... Apis-m. Hydr-ac... Mag-s.... Sanguin...... Ferr-i. Digin. Hell.. Berb-a. Aconin. Diph. Benz-ac. Stry.. Trinit....... Coli.... Ran-s.. Kali-fcy.. Sac-alb... Rib-ac... Sulo-ac.... TYPHOID Acet-ac.. Cupr-acet.. Podo. Cinch. Aether.. Ter. Ars-s-f. Lith-sal.. Sarcol-ac.. Ferr-pic. Palm-ac.... Tarax.. Mp-a. Calc-sil.. Mal-ac. Polyst... Coccal. Mand. Ferr-ar. Lobin. Calc-f... Nit-m-ac. Rhus-v.. Pyro-ac. Gall-ac..... Ph-ac. Asc-ac.. Phyt.... Hyosin.. Ferr-br.. Apom. Ferr-val.... Berb.. Calc-s. Franc.. Lacac. Dys-co...... Morph. Sanguin-n. Choc. Tellac.. Brucin. Lith-chl..... Ferr-cit.. Acetyls-ac. Mut... Meli.. Mur-ac.... Ergot. Form-ac. Dor.... Picro. Datin.. Ba-sv.... Carbn-o... Tab... Lith-m... Morg-g. All-s. Ferr-p-h. Caps.. Bact-coli.... Stry-p. Ur-ac... Cit-ac. Lith-l. Zinc-fcy.. Calen. Camph.. Glon. Atro. Prop. Fol-ac. Reser. Tann-ac... Rhus-t.. Pant-ac... Ba-tn. Hydrin-m... Rhus-g.. Ox-ac.. Cench. Dys-co. Fumar-ac. Carbn-s. Oena... M-aust. Hydrobr-ac..... Mez. Tart-ac. Ferr-cy... Stry-n. Epih... Nux-m. Pictx-ac. Ferr-f... Arn... Chr-ac.. Succ-ac. Lith-br. Lith-c.. Psor. Prot. Nit-ac.. Ferr-py... Nux-v.... Bell. Verin.. Bufo... Muscin...... Sul-ac. Lithbe.... Gaert.. Colchin. Terebe. Spong. Ferr-l.. Aln. Arge..... Xanth....... Hf-sil-ac. M-arct. Hyosin. Sars. Ami-sal-ac.. Papin. Bry. SANKARAN (from Referenceworks and not in alphabetical order) PSORA Calc. Sor-ac. Acon-ac. Piloc..... Lyc.. Bapt.. .. Lachn.. Stram. Petros.. Sul-ac-ar. Ferr-n. Vario.. Bor-ac.. ACUTE Acon... Saroth. Ail... Ferr. Cocci-s.. Syc-co. Thyr. Ferr-p-h... Jatr... Ictod. Jug-c. Emetin. Sant. Manc.. Kali-c.. Tarax. Ferr-ma... Nat-p... Aeth. Nicot. Apis. Canth. Asc-t. Gamb. Dubin...... Ferr-m. Visc. Verat... Verat-v. Ferr-c. All-c. Morg. Lac-h... Coffin. Hip-ac.. Graph.. Nicc. Sabad. Ferr-t.. Cocain.. Atro. Cryp. Glut-ac.. Carb-v. Kali-s. Ringw. Rhus-d. Morbill. Cod. Conin. Laur.. Carb-ac.. Anan. Petr.. Pic-ac. Cham. Bact-pyo. Fl-ac.. Hydrog. Hyos. Faec. Esin. Poly-bow.. Ferr-sil.. Ip. Bad. Berbin.... Tell.. Ferr-prox.. Squil.. Cist.... Chlol. Jug-r..

. Androc.. Cadm-i.. Cast. Chin-sal. Aran-s. Bar-c.. Abies-n.. Croc... Bism. Pin-s.. Lac-d. Lac-c... Canthin. Calc-br.. Berb... Apis-r. Kali-br.. Paeon..... Polyst...... Nat-p.. Nat-s.. Ros-g... Juni-v. Meny. Phel. Zinc. Coff. Brom. Avic. Cina.. Mygal. Lac-d. Ars-i.. Tub-r. Phos. Nat-c.. Spig. Arg-p.. Yohim. Bor.. Aur-m.. Ust... Lycps. Sanic. Cere-b. Coc-c. Tub-d.. Lith-p... Chin-s.... Kali-s.. Mang-p. Chin-ar...... Cann-i. Juni-b. Casc.. Aur-m-k. Lach. Pin-c. Kali-p.. Ferr-py.... Kali-c... Tub-a..... Fel...... Atra-r. Stann-i. Tere-ch.... Iris. Aphis... Heli. Pin-l..... Mag-m. Cupre-l.. Cedr.. Ran-b. Am-p... Am-c. Nat-i. Ol-an. Calc-l-p... Mosch. Ferr-p. Spong. Arg-i.. Tub-m... Led. Chin-hydr. Nat-m.. Cob-i.. Indg.. Iod. Apisin...... Teucr... Buth-aust... Brucin. Cimx... Sel.. Iodot... Aur-i. Cod. Cinch. Sumb. Bov. Ph-ac. Salx-n... Meph. Lith... Tub. Lil-t... Terebe. Bar-i. Aether... Kali-bi. Kali-c. Mag-c.. Bar-p....... Colch.. Puls.. Lac-lup.. Mez... Onos.. Aur-s. Plb-i... Mag-p. Blatta-a. Iod-br.. Hipp... Pall.. Gall-p. Cocc.. Cop. Cann-s. Coloc. Lat-h.. Dros. Cere-b. Chinid. Bar-p.. Canth. Cact.... Med.. Merc-p.. Aur-p... Arum-t.. Elat.. Lobin-s. Ant-i. Aran. Ol-j. Caps.. Vesp. Urine-gr.. Bomb-pr.. Stict. Chin-val. Lith-p. Aur-i. Olnd. Dor..... SYCOSIS Abies-c.. Tab.. Rattr.. Ang.. Helo.. Form.. Del. Mang... Pareir. Chin-m. Senec. Plb-p... Cupre-aust.. Arist-cl. Apis-m... Lath. Clem. Tela. Absin. Lith-i.. Tarent-c. Ferr-p-h.. Bac.... Aeth. Ph-ac... Agra.. Ant-c. Ant-c. Bcg. Tub-sp... Berb. Kali-sil. Psor.. LEPROSY Agar-em.. Kam. Grat. Glon.. Hepar-s........ Aran-ix. Lith-s. Cocc.. Cimic.. Ars-i.... Meph. Sulac.. Culx. Kali-m..... Cocci-s. Lith-f... Anac. Erig. Adam.. Caust. Samb.. Ant-t. Calc-hp..... Lat-k... Apis. Plac-s. Caust. Cob-p... Sarr... Sabin.. MALARIA Abies-n. . Iod-ac.. Gnaph.. Zincp. Trom. Psil. Sang. Ambr.. Nat-ar.... Merc-i-r. Stry-p.. Lac-eq. Caul. Bals-p.. Iodof. Calc-i.. Agar... Cob.. Chr-p..... Tab. Zinc-i. Tub-lar.. Lac-del. Cub. Sul-i. Mang-i.. Aloe. Chin... Petros.......... Mosch. Cupre-s.. Cadm-p. Juni.. Chel.. Succ-ac. Aza.. Mag-i. Alco... Fl-ac. Clem.. Kali-i..... Equis.. Bar-i... Ferr. Phos-i.. Zinc. Ovi-g-p.. Tax. Verb. Agar-ph. Germ.. Phos-amor. Carb-ac.. Am-m. Lil-t........... Kreos... Gels. Iod-m.... Seneg.. Cimx... Sil. Coca.. Plac. Sac-alb. Acal... Capra.. Bomb-chr. Asaf. Mill. Thuj-l. Adam. Lat-m.... Calc-p. Cast-eq... Kali-hp. Ped. Triat.... Gins. Juni-c. Dulc.. Stann... Merc-k-i.... TUBERCULAR Abrot... Nat-p....... Bism. Thuj.. Blatta. Mag-m... Phos-h.. Pulx. Alum-p.. Bol.. Arg. Ter.. Eup-pur.. Lacf.........Morph-m.. Chin-b.... Eup-per. Agn.. Sphing..... Tub-k. Sang.... Cerv. Falco-p.. Scorp... Am-i... Aether. Gnaph. Lac-eq. Dig.. Asar. Tarent.. Scol... Prun. Salx-n. Sabad. Cinnb.. Merc-i-f. Ther.. Ferr-i. Anag. Lac-leo. Ust. Merl. Kalm. Stront-i. Kali-n.. Phos-pchl...

Aran.. Russ.. Lact... Blatta-a. Ust.. Merc-k-i. Urea-n. Kali-i. Cimic.. Lol. .. Merc-i-f. Elaps.. Still..... Echi. Aster....... Tarent-c. Carc. Phyt. Nitro-benz. Ruta.. Ergot. Crot-c. Ars-i-merc.. Buth-aust... Ars-h. Plb-ar. Aza.. Ars-n... Ferr-ar. Dema. Bufo.. Agar-bi. Asperg-f. Bol-ap...... Sanguin-n. Clem. Phos-i. Psil. Scirr. Pic-ac............ Nit-phami.. Kali-n. Naja.. Dendro-p. Coca. Con. Kali-ar. Psil. Puls. Cand-p.. Gast.. Hydrc.. Bism.. Nit-m-ac.. Sol-t-ae... Bufo.. Agar-v. Bol-lu.. Cupr-n. Lev. Psor. Hura. Ars. Bol-s. Sec.. Bol-luc. Brom. Bar-c. Cadm-n. Cean. Am-van... Dao-r. Oxyu-m... Led. Scorp. Kali-i.. Both-l. Cycl. Tub.. Stryar.. Asar... Aur. Germ. Mercar.. Cadmar.. Phys.. Hura. Vip-d... Ars-i. Merc-n.. Mai-c.. Aur-m.. Nelum.. Phys..... Sabad.. Hipp. Am-s. Hom. Merc-pr-a..Blatta. Am-sal... Nit-ac. Cund. Am-m. Ars-br. Mag-ar.... Guai...... Hydrc.. Bol-ign. Coc-c.. Acal. Mang-i.. Biti-a. Nitro.... Aur-n. Aur-s... Moni.. Hydr. Vip-a..... Osm.. Trinit.. Aur-s.... Thiosin. Cob-p.. Ant-o. Nat-a-g.. Calc-n. Bar-ar...... Stry-n.. Sulph. Iodof......... Cench... Nit-s-d. Der. SYPHILIS Absin. Agarpa... Agki-p. Am-cit.... Androc... Am-pic. Lob. Lac-del. Am-br.. Plut........ Chin-ar. Apoc... Kali-picn. Nat-ns.... Guai. Am-caust.. Cur. Fl-ac... Mez.. Bol-f.. Lat-m. Agar-st.. Lac-d. Rhodi-o-n.. Myris.... Inul... Iod. Uran-ar... Hydr..... Am-p.... Am-car. Calc-ar... Ars-met.. Syph. Calc-f.. Am-val.... Muscin. Bung-c.... Nat-ar. Ichth. Orni... Agar-se........ Mag-i..... Aur-ar. Plb-i.. Com.. Ust.... Stront-n.. Stront-ar. Ham.. Kreos. Zinc-n.. Bol-e.. Nat-n.. Mag-n.... Ars-t-s. Am-be... Arsenal. Ign.. Gali....... Polyp-p.. Arg-n. Nat-c.. Ars-i.. Rat.... Bar-n... Benz-d.. Lil-t. Cob-i. Nitro-o.. Stront-i. Oxyu-s. Crot-h... Agar-pr. Am-acet. Cadm. Camph... Lepro.. Vip.. Iod-br.. Both-a.. Plat... Zinc-ar.. Am-t.. Aethyl-n. Alum... Phal.. Cob-n.. Spirae. Tarent.. Bov.. Calc-i.. Op. Bol-sang. Uran-n.. Meph. Furf-i. Ferr-i.. Lac-leo. Anac.... Orig. Benz-ar. Thal-ar.. Agar-b...... Agar-cps. Naja-n. Bung-f.. Am-ar... Ars-s-f.. Plb-n. Ferr-n.. Valer... Note-s.... Nat-i. Sabin... Thal-n. Vanad. Am-n. Aml-n.. Nat-cac. Culx.. Antar. Lac-h. Cupr-ar.. Falco-p. Am-c. Kali. Aur-fu. Adam.. Benzn.. CANCER Agar.... Sel.. Merc. Vip-r. Viol-o. Iod-ac.. Osm. Cadm-i. Ho. Am-form.. Echi. Lach. Sep. Asperg-fl.. Staph. Mucor.... Anh. Ars-s-r. Agar-cit. Iod-m... Cor-r. Cean. Squil.. Am-i... Plb. Agar-cpn... Bol.. Asperg-n.... Bell-p. Am-s-a..... Zinc-i. Hydro-c... Sul-i. Merc-p. Cupr-am-s. Carb-an. Bar-c.. Arg-ar. Vichy-g. Ratt-r.. Cand-a.. Dulc. Hep.. Cic.. Stann-i. Kali. Thea. Am-i. Torul.. Agarin..... Led.. Helod-c. Bar-s. Echis-c. Lat-h.

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