Homeopathic Medicine & Treatment for Diphtheria
Homeopathic Medicine for Diphtheria
Homeopathic Treatment for Diphtheria
List of Homeopathic Medicine for Diphtheria
Apis Mellifica: Insidious advance. The throat has a varnished appearance as though the tonsils and fauces were coated with a glossy varnish. Early prostration. Feverish and drowsy at 3 o’clock (pm). Very high fever ; pulse range from 130 to 140, and is very weak. Membranes from on either tonsil, oftener on the right than on the left and is thick like wash-leather. Often thirstless, in spite of fever. Stinging pain.
Cedema of the throat; stinging pains and blisters on the borders of mouth.
Arum Triphyllum: The Throte is extremely sore and is covered with members, dark and offensive, or else, yellowish-white. The mouth is studded with ulcers, which appear principally on the inside of the cheeks, on the borders of the tongue. this ulceration is accompanied by salivation which is watery and acrid. great prostration. Restless tossing about.
Arsenicum: The membrane has a dark hue and is gangrenous and there is foetor. Thin, Excoriating discharge from the nose. Adynamic fever and great somnolence, broken by stars, crying out in sleep and jerking of the limbs. Restlessness, especially after midnight ; the urine is scanty and the bowels are either constipated or else there is an offensive Diarrhoea.
Indicated in severe cases.
Kali Permanganatum: Extreme foetor. The membrane is horribly offensive.
Painful throat ; soreness of the muscles of the neck.
Natrum Arsenicosum: Despite the dark purplish hue of the throat, marked swelling and great is not much pain.
Arsenicum Iodatum: Marked enlargement of the lymphatic glands.
Ailanthus: Torpidity the patient becomes drowsy and lies in a profound stupor. Well marked, excoriation , watery discharge from the nose, making the upper lip sore. Typhoid condition.
Ammonium Causticum: Diphtheria appearing in the nasal cavities,with a burning, excoriating discharge from the nose and great prostration.
Amygdala Amara: Sharp, lancinating pains in the swollen tonsils; the palate and fauces have a dark-red hue.
Baptisia Tinctoria: The patient is very much prostrated and lies in a half-stupid state, almost like one intoxicated the face is dark red and has a besotted look and the discharge from the mouth and nose are horribly offensive. Typhoid condition. Gangrenous tendency of the membrane sometime the patient can swallow only liquids, but ejects solid food at once.
Belladonna: Congestion of the head, before the membrane has formed ; violence of the initial symptoms.
Kali Bichromicum: The discharge are decidedly stringy. Pain in the throat extending to the neck and shoulder.
Lachesis: The membrane forms first on the left tonsil and spreads thence to the right and the symptoms are worse from empty swallowing and are often relieved by eating or swallowing solid food ; constant feeling, as of a lump on the left side, which descends with each act of deglutition but returns again. Aggravation after sleep and the throat is sensitive to the touch.
Lycopodium: Diphtheritic deposit travels from the right to the left side. The patient is always worse after sleep, even after short nap. He is crose and irritable. Consult desire to swallow with violent stinging pains. Worse from swallowing drinks, especially cold drinks. Impending paralysis of the brain.
The right side mostly affected, and deposits travel to the left. Aggravation from 4 to 8 P.M. ; invades the nose the patient cannot breathe through the nose. The child awakes from sleep, frightened or cross and angry.
Mercurius Bin-iodatus: Inflammation of the left tonsil and formation of yellowish-grey membrane there. The symptoms are worse from empty swallowing, so that the simple attempt to swallow saliva, excites more pain than the swallowing of the food.
Mercurius Cyanatus: Membrane at first white; be-comes dark, threatening even to grow gangrenous. Great weakness ; blueness of the surface, coldness of the extremities, and weak pulse. The tongue is coated brown or in severe cases, even black. Nose-bleed.
Deposit from on the right side of the throat with accumulation of tenacious mucus in the throat. Thick yellow, dirty coating in the base and posterior part of the tongue, the tip and sides being red.
Muriatic Acid: Malignancy, most intense prostration the patient seems to have scarcely life enough to move. Worse at 10 or 11 o’clock in the morning. The mouth is studded with deep ulcers having dark or bases. Involuntary stool and urine.
yellowish gray deposit. Very foctid breath. Cedematous uvula. Intermittent puls , associated with involuntary stool and urine.
Naja Tripudians: Impending paralysis of the heart. The patient is blue awakes from sleep gasping. Thirst. Intermittent pulse.
Natrum Arsenicosum: Throat dark and purplish, with great swelling and prostration, but without much pain.
Nitric Acid: Great prostration and membranes in the throat and nose; there is distress and uneasiness in the stomach, with total rejection of food.
Phytolacca: Creepy chill and backache in the beginning. The throat dark-red, almost purple. Great burning in the throat, with aggravation from hot drinks. The patient is weak, and feels faint, when he sits up in bed.
Cantharis: Severe burning and raw feeling in the throat ; great con-striction of the throat and larynx, amounting almost to suffocation,, on any attempt to swallow water. Dysuria . Marked debility as aequel.
Carbolic Acid: Putridity associated with burning pains in the mouth, to the stomach. Dusky and face, pale about the mouth and nose. Rapid sinking of the vital force.
Carbo Vegetabilis: Nose-bleed. The face id pale and sunken and almost hippo-cratic. The blood flows persist-ently for hours, even for days ; and is dark and rather fluid.
Rhus Tox.: The membrane is dark in color and the bloody saliva runs out of the mouth during sleep. Inflammation of the glands of the neck, of a dark erysipelatous hue.
Capsicum: Burning blisters in the roof of the mouth. An odor from the mouth like that of carrion. The patient is worse when not swallowing.
Crotalus: Persistent epistaxis the blood oozes from the mouth.
Lac Caninum: Peculiar habit of alternating sides starting on one side, frequently the left, the soreness and swelling, and even the membrane, suddenly shift tp the opposites side, onky to returning a few hours, to the starting point. The membrane is grayish yellow and curdy, and if ulcers from they shine like silver-gloss.
Naja: Laryngeal Diphtheria ; the patient gasps at the throat ; with a sensation of choking the fauces are dark-red ; foetid breath ; short and hoarse cough with raw feeling in the larynx and upper part of the trachea.
Nitric Acid: A sensation as of a fishbone, splinter or piece of glass sticking into the throut. Intermittent pulse. The nose is also invaded ; the discharge from the nose is watery and very offensive, excoriating every part it touches; frequent epistaxis.
Phytolacca: Dark-red theoat, worse on the right side. Inability to swallow hot drinks.