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Table of Miasms and Remedies

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Sankaran's Table of Misams and Remedies (From An Insight Into Plants.)

Miasm Description Some Remedies


Acute The feeling is of an acute threat and the reaction is strong and instinctive. Aconite,
Bell,
Stramonium
Hyoscyamus,
Veratrum alb.
Thyphoid The feeling is of a critical situation which, if properly handled for a critical period, will end in total Bryonia,
recovery. The reaction is an intence struggle against it. Nux vomica,
Rhus -tox.,
Chamomilla,
Hyoscyamus,
Baptisia,
Paris-q.,
Nux-m.
Psora The feeing is of a diffiuclt struggle where one has to struggle in order to succeed. There is anxiety Sulph.,
with doubts about about his ability, but he is hopeful and failure does not mean the end of the Psor.,
world. Lyc.,
No plants.
Ringworm It is characterized by an alternation betwen periods of struggle with anxiety about success, and Calc-s.,
periods of despair and giving up. Calc-sil.,
Mang-s.,
Teuc.,
Sars.,
Dulc.,
Tarax.,
Malaria There is an acute feeling of threat that comes up intermittently, in phases, between which there is Berb-v.,
an underlying chronic, fixed feeling of bieng deficient. This miasm is characterized by sudden, Cap.,
acute manifestations that come up from time to time, followed by periods of quiescence. China,
Colocynthis,
Spegelia.
Sycosis The feeling is that there is a fixed irredemable weekness within the self within the self. The action Copavia,
is an attempt to cope with it and hide it from others; hence he covers it up with egotism, Med.,
compulsive acts, is very secretive, etc. Mangi.,
Puls.,
Sabad.,
Thuja.
Tubercular The feeling is of intense oppression and a desire for change. The reaction is intense, hetic ativity in Abrtanum,
order to break free from this oppression. Acalypha-i.,
Agraphis,
Tub.,
Dros.,
Calc-phos.,
Balsum-p.
Cancer There is a feeling of weekness and incapacity within, and the need to perform exceedingly well and Anac.,
live up to very high expectations. The reaction is a super human effort, stretching himself beyond Anhalonium.
the limits of his capacity. It is continuous prolonged struggle which seems to have on end. His Bellis-per.,
survival depends on it, for failure would mean, death and destruction. Carcinlk
Nit-ac.,
Arg-nit.,
Ign.,
Staph.,
Leprous The feeling is of intense oppression, intense hopelessness, isolation and an intense desire for Secal,
change. Hura,
(abandoned even those closest to you, your own relatives.) Ocimum-s.,
Aloe,
Cicuta virosa,
Mandragora.
Syphilis The feeling is that he is faced with a situation beyond salvage, leading to complete hopelessness Merc-sol.,
and despair. In a desperate effort, he tries to change the situation and the result is usually Syph.,
destruction. Aurm-met.,
Baryta-carb.,
Hoang-nan
Leptandra,
Echinacea,
Clematis-erecta.