CARBO ANIMALIS FOR CANCER

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REMEDY OF THE DAY: CARBO ANIMALIS

for CANCER STAGES OF Mouth. fibromyoma, galactorrhea, menstrual disorders.

Hahnemann,

Menses too early, long-lasting with weakness, Carcinoma of cervix, fetid sweating of body at night, worse in cold air.

Farrington A.

Comparative Materia Medica
for constitutional or tertiary syphilis, after abuse of
Mercury, coppery-red blotches on skin, especially on face.
Distinguishing symptom is suffocative horse cough,
producing shaquin in the brain, cold feeling of chest
as soon as he closes his eyes, he feels as if he were
smothering.
Carbo a, resembles other carbons, stony hardness of
glands in all parts, perspiration profuse, stains linen brownish
yellow.

Guernsey H. N.

Keynote of the Materia medica
often indicated in the last stages of cancer of the breast.
suited to weak broken down constitutions and to the
infirmities of old age, of those prematurely aged.
Ulceration becoming gangrenous.
Darting of the mamma, arresting the breathing and
aggravated by pressure.
Mentaly sadness and melancholy, not dispossed to say
mucch, excessively merry and desires to be alone

Dr. Gupta R. L,

Directory of diseases writes easy
spraining from lifting even small weights, ankle-joints
turn when walking

Hahnemann wrote Carb a, has homesickness
pusillanimous and sad, everything seems to her so
lonely and sad, that she would like to weep

Hart C. P.

therapeutics of Nervous disease writes
Carbo a for coccygodynia, pains in the coccys, which
burn when the parts a touched, worse sitting
or lying down, pressing bearing down pain in the
coccyx as if bruised.
Menstrual headache. Beatriz H Hill

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