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Anthracinum - Relationships

Anthrax Poison, Anthrac Anthr.


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HPUS indication of Anthracinum: Boils

Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Anthracinum in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.


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Compare: Pyrogenium Pyrogen; Lachesis Lachesis; Crotalus Horridus Crotalus; Hippozoen; Echinacea Angustifolia Echi.; Silicea 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. Tarentula Hispanica Tarent. Cubensis.

Compare Anthracinum bovum, Anthracinum suum, Lachesis Laches., Tarentula Hispanica Tarent. c., Arsenicum Album Arsen., Carbo Veg Carb. v. It follows well Arsenicum Album Arsen. (burning and ulceration), Acid Phos Phos. ac. Is followed well by Aurum Muriaticum Natronatum Aur mur nat. (periosteal swelling of lower jaw), Silica Marina Silic. (cellulitis).

Related Arsenicum Album Ars

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Antidotes

Antidoted by Apis Mel Apis, Arsenicum Album Ars, Camphora Camph, Carbo v, Carb ac, Lachesis Lach, Kreosotum Kreos, Pulsatilla Puls, Rhus Tox Rhus, Silicea Sil, Sali ac; Pyr in malignant septic conditions

Antidoted by Camphora Camph., Arsenicum Album Ars., Rhus Tox Rhus, Silica Marina Silic., Lachesis Laches., Carbo Veg Carb. v., Pulsatilla Puls., Kreosotum Kreos., Carbol. ac., Salicyl. ac., Apis Mel Apis.

Relations

Anthemis Nobilis Anth bovum, Anthemis Nobilis Anth suum, Arsenicum Album Ars, Carbo a, Carbo v, Ech, Euphrasia Officinalis Euphr, Tar

It follows well Arsenicum Album Ars, Carb ac, Phosphorus Phos, Acid Phos Phos ac, Phytolacca Decandra Phyt, Secale Cornutum Sec, in burning pains of ulcers

Is followed well by Aurum Muriaticum Aur mur, Natrum Carbonicum Nat, Hydrofluoricum Acidum Fluor ac, Hecla Lava Hecla lava, in periosteal swelling of lower jaw; by Silicea Sil in cellulitis and glandular affections post-surgical

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