AnthracinumAnthrax Poison, Anthrac
Homeopathic remedies are prescribed on the basis that in a tiny dilution like cures like, so while the very dilute homeopathic remedy may help, the raw product is often best avoided.
Below are the strongest indications of Anthracinum in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
This nosode has proven a great remedy in epidemic spleen diseases of domestic animals, and in septic inflammation, Carbuncles, and Malignant ulcers. in boils and boil-like eruptions, acne. Terrible burning. Induration of cellular tissue, abscess, bubo, and all inflammation of connective tissue in which there exists a purulent focus.
Similar to Arsenic, which it often follows. Compare: Pyrogen; Lachesis; Crotalus; Hippozoen; Echi.; Silica follows well. In the treatment of carbuncles, remember the prescription of the prophet Isaiah for King Hezekiah’s carbuncle - i.e., the pulp of a fig placed on a poultice and apply.
Gangrene; from burns or gangrenous sores
Abnormal growths; ulcers; black
Abnormal growths; ulcers; burning
Out-breaks on skin; pus-filled pimples; black
Out-breaks on skin; pus-filled pimples; malignant≡ more ...
Skin; painful boils, shedding skin and tissues (carbuncle)
Skin; felon (whitlow, onychia, paronychia, foot rot, etc.); whitlow, foot rot
Skin; felon (whitlow, onychia, paronychia, foot rot, etc.); whitlow, foot rot; burning
Skin; felon (whitlow, onychia, paronychia, foot rot, etc.); with dead skin separated from living tissue
Skin; ulcers; lower limbs; burning
Skin; ulcers; leg; burning
Skin; ulcers; leg; gangrenous
Skin; ulcers; leg; painful≡ more ...
Fever and chill
Septic fever (see infectious, continued, from childbirth, etc.)≡ more ...
Tissues; Hemorrhages, black, thick, tar-like, rapidly decomposing, from any orifice
Glands swollen, Cellular tissues odematous and indurated
Ulceration, sloughing and Intolerable burning
Black and blue blisters
Bad effects from inhaling foul odors
Succession of boils
Abscesses; burning≡ more ...
Uses are based on traditional homeopathic practice and have not been reviewed by the FDA.