Homeopathy for Infections

Definition of Infection
Infection is defined as the penetration of pathogenic microorganisms within the body. In contrast, infectious disease is the expression of the pathological state consecutive to the development of microbes during the infection penetrated. Thus infection is not the same as infectious disease, but only the prelude to it. However, in practice the term is often used to indicate infection infectious disease.

The infection from the viewpoint of biological natural medicine
According to natural medicine, infectious agents and can only be put forward on a suitable ground homotoxico. Moreover, many potential pathogenic microorganisms living saprophyte so, often in close symbiosis with the human body (oral cavity, intestines, etc.)..
The agency often uses ancillary pathogenic bacteria as factors in the breakdown and removal of toxic material through so-called reaction phases. However, if a high load and severe homotoxins and for the purpose of avoiding a fulminant sepsis, can indicate the administration of penicillin and other antibiotics. This should be done only in exceptional cases, although the majority of infectious diseases react (in a short time) antihomotoxic homeopathic medicines, achieve a complete cure.
During infectious stages of reaction, and detoxify the material is removed in the form of pus, mucus, etc..

Homeopathic Remedies antihomotoxic
Among the general antihomotoxic homeopathic medicines for infections most important are:
- Echinacea compositum: Stimulation of the body's own defenses in case of fever and inflammation, encephalitis after vaccination, influenza, tonsillitis, boils, abscesses, boils, focal toxicosis, gingivitis, stomatitis, sinusitis, etc, etc.
- Arnica-Heel: In sepsis imminent and prostration.
- Lymphomyosot: predisposition to infectious diseases.
- Galium-Heel: To stimulate the nonspecific defense mechanisms, especially in case of chronic diseases.
- Belladonna-Homaccord: localized inflammations, eg tonsillitis, boils, anthrax (multiple boils).
- Mercurius-Heel: boil, anthrax and other oozing, for example also in Peritonsillar tissue.
- Gripp-Heel: Avian flu and infections and increase the body's own defenses in case of febrile infectious diseases.
- Aconitum-Homaccord: influenza and catarrhal processes (especially in the early stages).
- Engystol: Activate nonspecific defense systems, especially in cases of influenza and febrile infections of unclear origin (also in viral illnesses). Principal drug of viral diseases.
- Traumeel: post-traumatic and postoperative edema, soft tissue edema, inflammatory and degenerative processes associated with different organs and tissues, particularly of the locomotor and ligaments.

On the other hand it must be borne in mind that towards infectious diseases that must be treated with homeopathy is the specific disease and not just the consequence. For example, in eruptions caused by an infectious disease is treated (measles or rubella, for example) and not the eruption.


Homeopathy remedies for infections
A've outlined other remedies of homeopathy with specific characteristics for certain infections (septicemia, urinary tract infections, diphtheria, infections typical of women, feverish infectious disease influenza, paronychia, acute infectious mononucleosis, infectious hepatitis, etc..
For any infection, see your homeopath or health care professional to treat your specific case. For more information about any of these remedies click its name.

Echinacea
() Key indications, apart from certain infectious diseases and febrile (see 27), is in sepsis, and toxemia septicopiohemias with adynamic states (see 6). Snakebites, insect bites, insect bites, and their effects. Lymphangitis with lymphadenopathy. Recurrent abscesses or boils (10 drops of tincture, 4 times per day) ( "there is no cure case") (Ramey). In abscesses seems to be a mature and stop, without forming pus. Suppurative process in general, superficial or internal organs. Anthrax red-blue and intense pain. Gangrene. Injuries torn (use the local dressings tincture, 25 drops in a glass of boiled water). Tendency to malignancy in acute and subacute.
() Chills or cold flashes going up the back, with nausea. Typhoid. Scarlet fever. Puerperal fever. Septic fevers. Septicemia. Malaria. Sweats in the upper body.

Pyrogen
() One of the major drugs for sepsis, severe septicopiohemias pyaemia and, of puerperal or surgical origin, or disorders ptomaine or sewer gas poisoning or injury by dissection, in diphtheria or typhoid or serious tify ways any infectious disease. "When drugs fail to elect either relieve or permanently improve (Allen). Aftermath of previous septic ending in abscesses. When relapses occur in the course of an infectious disease after a transient improvement, and despite the best chosen remedies. When these serious paintings are accompanied by the following characteristics (see 5, 6, 7 and 15).

Terebhinthina
() The urinary system is the most important field of Terebinthina action. Back pain or burning or twitching kidney with renal inflammation or acute nephritis with albuminuria and hematuria predominant, with little casts, usually straight to infectious diseases (scarlet fever, diphtheria, typhoid, etc.). Or pregnancy. Cystitis with frequent urination (especially at night).

Crataegus
() Fatigue heart in severe infections such as typhoid (cardiac collapse).

Diphterinum
() Is very useful as a prophylactic (vaccination or diphtheria) which, moreover, was proved scientifically and objectively by Chavannon in 1930, getting a negative result with the Schick dose Diphterinum 1000th-8000th. The same obtained in 1941 in England, Peterson and Boyd, with Diphterinum 15a and 100a. In patients with weak or exhausted vitality and, therefore, are extremely susceptible to the diphtheritic infection.

Arnica
() Stuporous state (in feverish infectious, typhoid or traumatic origin) that may lead to unconsciousness, especially during fever or stand up from lying down, often with incontinence of faeces and urine, is absent, absorbed, sitting without moving.

Medorrhinum
() For the constitutional effects of gonorrhea badly treated and removed, in female chronic conditions (oophoritis, salpingitis, cysts, fibroids, etc..) Dating of a gonorrheal infection, when there is a history or hereditary gonorrhea

Serum anguillae
() Is the kidney the field of fundamental action of eel serum. Most frequently, it presents a picture of acute nephritis parenchymatous subito type "from cold" especially, or too toxic or infectious, or an acute attack of evolution in chronic nephritis, with acute onset of marked albuminuria, oliguria or anuria, hematuria and casts, with a quick installation without hypertension and edema (or very few), with impending uremia.

Penicillinum
() The key indication is for disorders arising from a contagious disease treated by penicillin or another antibiotic of fungal origin (see other Generals and Particulars).

Rajania subsamarata
() High fever, from 39.5 or 40th or 41st and, with great exhaustion and other symptoms (see 1, 2, 3, 4, 6, 7, 8, 10, 11, 19 and 20). Eruptive diseases, infectious septicemia.

Magnetis Polus australis
() Pulse and tingling in the fingertips; felons. It is possibly the main drug of one embodied in the big toe, as well as pain and infection. Clarke pointed out, always in first term and the 2000th, based in the pathogenesis of Hahnemann: "Pain in one of the big toe when walking, as if one had been embedded in the flesh to grow, with much pain just touches .

Anthracinum
() Septic-pyaemia, septic infections, burning pains too great prostration. Wound sepsis of suspicious origin or anatomical dissection or suspected insect bites, fast gear with lymphangitis (Lach., Pyr.) Secretions and fetid. Septic fever, with rapid prostration, weak pulse barely palpable, delirium, fainting, feeling die.

Elemuy
() Colon bacillus infection of the gallbladder; bilious fever. Liver failure with chronic constipation and subictericia.

Eucalyptus globulus
() Chronic nephritis, renal sclerosis. Acute nephritis after scarlet fever, measles, influenza and other infectious diseases, with albuminuria, hyaline casts: hematuria, oliguria and dark urine with urea decreased. Pyelonephritis

Carcinosim
() If there is a history of serious infectious diseases very early in infancy or in early infancy.
() Diffuse lymphadenopathy with fever. In acute infectious mononucleosis, can be very useful, since in the 200th, 3 times per day, usually "almost specific" (Foubister) as well as in the aftermath.

Chlorpromazine
() Infectious hepatitis with jaundice and the whole blood picture of obstructive jaundice by bile thrombi; with anorexia, nausea, vomiting, listlessness and fever. Pai, in India, this drug routinely used in 21 cases of hepatitis, the 30th, three times a day the first 4 days, 2 times per day and the next 4, with rapid improvement in all cases, and normalization of appetite in 24 to 48 hours. Maintains its use in cases of this disease with few symptoms counselors. Gallstones.

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