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Homoeopathy Medicines for eruptive skin lesion accompanied with gastric symptoms Antimonium Crudum: Eczema with gastric derangements. Pimples, vesicles and pustules. Urticaria, measles like eruptions. Scaly, pustular eruptions with burning and itching worse at night. Astacus fluviatilis: Urticaria.-Nettle-rash over whole body. Itching. Crusta lactea, Erysipelas, and liver affections with nettle-rash. Bovista: Uricaria on excitement. Eczema moist: Formation of thick crusts. Pimples over the entire body;scurvy; herpetic eruptions. Pellagra. Cornus Circinata: Vesicular eruption associated with chronic liver disease or aphthous stomatitis. Vesicular eczema of face in infants. Copaiva: Hives with fever and constipation. Roseola. Erysipelatous inflammation especially around abdomen. Bullous eruptions. Croton tiglium: Pustular eruption, especially on face and genital with fearful itching.Vesicular erysipelas. Herpes zoster, smarting pain of the eruptions.Diarrhoea and skin affections alternate with each other.
Homoeopathy Medicines for eruptive skin lesion accompanied with gastric symptoms Dr Babita Rani Jamwal Antimonium Crudum: Eczema with gastric derangements. Pimples, vesicles and pustules. Urticaria, measles like eruptions. Scaly, pustular eruptions with burning and itching worse at night.1 Astacus fluviatilis: Urticaria.-Nettle-rash over whole body. Itching. Crusta lactea, Erysipelas, and liver affections with nettle-rash. 1 Bovista: Uricaria on excitement. Eczema moist: Formation of thick crusts. Pimples over the entire body;scurvy; herpetic eruptions. Pellagra. 1 Cornus Circinata: Vesicular eruption associated with chronic liver disease or aphthous stomatitis. Vesicular eczema of face in infants.1 Copaiva: Hives with fever and constipation. Roseola. Erysipelatous inflammation especially around abdomen. Bullous eruptions. 1 Croton tiglium: Pustular eruption, especially on face and genital with fearful itching.Vesicular erysipelas. Herpes zoster, smarting pain of the eruptions.Diarrhoea and skin affections alternate with each other.1 Dolichos: Intense itching .Herpes zoster Often associated with liver problems.1 Dulcamara: Herpes zoster, Pemhigus. Vesicular eruptions, Little boils, urticaria, brought on by exposure or sour stomach. Humid eruption on face, genitalia, hand etc. 1 Iris versicolor: Herpes Zoster, associated with gastric derangements. Pustular eruptions, Psoriasis; patches with shining scales. Eczema with nightly itching. 1 Juglans cineria: Red eruptions like flush of scarlatina. Jaundice with pain about liver and right scapula.Pustules.Eczema, especially on lower exteremities, sacrum & hands.Erythema and erysipelatous redness.1 Lycopodium: Hives, Fissured eruption. Acne. Chronic eczema associated with urinary, Gastric and hepatic disorders. Psoriasis. 1 Nux vomica: Urticaria with gastric derangements. Acne, skin red and blotchy. 1 Pulsatilla: Urticaria after rich food with diarrhea. Measles. Acne at puberty. 1 Skatol: Acne with autointoxication dependent upon intestinal decomposition. 1 Triosteum perfoliatum: Itching welts. Urticaria from gastric derangements. 1 RELATED RUBRICS:2 SKIN – ERUPTIONS – gastric symptoms; with ant-c. SKIN – ERUPTIONS – eczema – gastric complaints; with ant-c., iris. SKIN – ERUPTIONS – herpetic – gastric complaints; with iris. SKIN – ERUPTIONS – urticaria – constipation; with cop. SKIN – ERUPTIONS – urticaria – diarrhea, with bov., puls. SKIN – ERUPTIONS – urticaria – liver symptoms, with astac., myric., ptel. FACE – ERUPTIONS – acne – constipation; with calc-sil., nux-v. FACE – ERUPTIONS – acne – puberty; at – girls with vertex headache and flatulent indigestion, eating amel.; in anemic calc-p. FACE – ERUPTIONS – acne – intestinal decomposition; from skat. RECTUM – CONSTIPATION – eruptions of skin, with parth. RECTUM – DIARRHEA – alternating with – eruptions calc-p., crot-t. ABDOMEN – INFLAMMATION – Liver – chronic – vesicular eruption, with corn.
Homoeopathy Medicines for eruptive skin lesions accompanied with gastric symptoms Antimonium Crudum: Eczema with gastric derangements. Pimples, vesicles and pustules. Urticaria, measles like eruptions. Scaly, pustular eruptions with burning and itching worse at night.1 Astacus fluviatilis: Urticaria.-Nettle-rash over whole body. Itching. Crusta lactea, Erysipelas, and liver affections with nettle-rash. 1 Bovista: Uricaria on excitement. Eczema moist: Formation of thick crusts. Pimples over the entire body;scurvy; herpetic eruptions. Pellagra.
Psoriasis Homoeopathy treatment in coimbatore Ethics hospital and health services pvt ltd A common inflammatory skin condition characterized by frequent episodes of redness, itching, and thick, dry, silvery scales on the skin. It can appear suddenly or gradually. It may affect any age but most commonly begins between 15 to 35 years old. Psoriasis seems to be an inherited disorder, and it appears to be related to the immune or inflammatory response. It is most commonly seen on the trunk, elbows, knees, scalp, skin folds, or fingernails, but it may affect any or all parts of the skin.Normally, skin takes about a month for its new cells to move from the lower layers of ski up to the surface. In psoriasis, this process takes only a few days, resulting in build-up of dead skin cells and formation of thick scales. Psoriasis may be aggravated by injury or irritation (cuts, burns, rash, insect bites), those who have autoimmune disorders (rheumatoid arthritis). Medications, viral or bacterial infections, excessive alcohol consumption, obesity, lack of sunlight, overexposure to sunlight (sunburn), stress, general poor health, cold climate, and frequent friction on the skin are also associated with flare-ups of psoriasis. Psoriasis is not contagious. Indications are skin patches, dry and / or red, usually covered with silvery scales, raised patches of skin, with red borders, may crack and become painful, usually discrete, demarcated patches, usually located on the elbows, knees, trunk, scalp, hands / nails, skin lesions, including pustules, cracking of skin, skin redness or inflammation , itching , small scaling dots on the skin (especially in children), joint pain / aching Additional symptoms that may be associated with this disease : nail abnormalities, genital lesions (male), eye burning, itching & discharge, tearing, increased Treatment is focused on control of the symptoms and prevention of secondary infections. It varies with the extent and severity of the disorder. Severe or resistant cases, or cases involving large areas of the body, may require intensive treatment. The disorder may be acutely painful. In homoeopathy medicine like Calcarea carb, graphitis, Psorinum, Petroleum, Sepia, Ars alb, thuja, Mazerium are used for the treatment. The proper analysis of the case with the qualified homoeopathic physician will give the better results.
First Aid Remedies in Homoeopathy (1) Arnica. Number one remedy for accidents, shock, injuries, and bruising. Patient has a fear of being touched and may say they are “all right” when they clearly are not. Other applications include pain after dental work and jet lag. (2) Calendula. Number one remedy for healing wounds. Useful as a topical cream in low potency. Quickly seals wounds, so make sure wound is completely clean before use. (3) Hypericum. Number one remedy for injuries to nerves. Pains are sharp and shooting. Useful for pain after dental injection. (4) Apis. Number one remedy for bites and stings. Helps with redness, pain, and swelling. (5) Ledum. Number one remedy for puncture wounds. Also useful for animal and insect bites. Along with Hypericum, a useful remedy for tetanus. An important remedy for Lyme disease. Pain is better from cold application, worse from heat. Remedies for Specific Situations and Acute Illnesses (6) Kali-bichromicum. Number one remedy for sinus infections. (7) Chamomilla. Number one remedy for teething. (8) Ignatia. Number one remedy for acute grief or emotional shock. (9) Belladonna. Number one remedy for high fever. (10) Aconite. Number one remedy for nipping a cold in the bud, especially if onset is precipitated by a cold, dry wind, or a fright or shock. Useful when illness comes on very suddenly. (11) Gelsemium. Number one remedy for the flu. Extreme prostration and weakness, shivering up and down the spine, trembling, aching muscles, heaviness of head and eyes. (12) Eupatorium. Another important flu remedy, especially if characterized by extreme aching in the bones, as if they were broken. (13) Arsenicum Album. Number one remedy for food poisoning. Also useful for the flu. Patient is anxious and restless and does not want to be left alone. Fear of death. Worse between midnight and 3am. Thirst for frequent sips of water. Common Remedies for General Constitutional Use In addition to the above remedies, the following commonly used remedies have frequent application to many illnesses and chronic conditions. (14) Pulsatilla. Number one remedy for childhood ear infections. Patients are clingy and tearful, are thirstless, feel better when outside, and tend to have thick yellow-green discharges. Can be a useful remedy for stomach upset after eating fatty foods. (15) Nux-Vomica. Number one remedy for hangovers and overindulgence in food. Patients tend to be ambitious, angry, tense, and irritable. Sensitive to light and noise. Like to be warm in bed. (16) Natrum-Muriaticum. Number one remedy for cold sores. Patients tend to be closed and sensitive. Silent grief. Craves salt. (17) Sulphur. An important remedy for itchy skin problems that are worse from warmth. Patients tend to be warm-blooded, and like to kick the covers off in bed. Hungry at 11am. Loves sweet and spicy foods. Intellectual or philosophically-minded individuals. (18) Lycopodium. The insecure bully. Anxious and lacking in self-confidence, but can be aggressive toward others. Fearful when trying to do something new. Complaints tend to be right-sided. Flatulence and bloating. Worse from 4-8pm. (19) Lachesis. An important remedy for left-sided tonsillitis. Patients are talkative and amusing, but also suspicious and jealous. An important woman’s remedy, especially around menopause. Left-sided complaints. Craving for alcohol. (20) Phosphorus. An important remedy for tickling coughs, worse from laughing and speaking. Patients are bubbly and outgoing, but with poor boundaries. Fearful and anxious. Fear of thunderstorms. Thirsty.
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