What are Sarcodes in homeopathy?

What are Sarcodes in homeopathy?

A sarcode is a homeopathic remedy prepared from healthy tissues or secre- tions, so it has the healing potential of healthy tissue. For example in Thyroi- dinum all characteristics are related to all functional qualities of the thyroid gland.

What is homeopathic system of medicine?

Homeopathy is a medical system based on the belief that the body can cure itself. Those who practice it use tiny amounts of natural substances, like plants and minerals. They believe these stimulate the healing process. It was developed in the late 1700s in Germany.

What is prophylaxis in homeopathy?

Homeoprophylaxis, or homeopathic prophylaxis, is the controversial use of homeopathy as a preventive medicine or immunisation against serious infectious diseases.

What is meant by mother tincture in homeopathy?

A Mother Tincture is a solution of a botanical substance and alcohol made according to standards set by the HPUS (Homeopathic Pharmacopeia of the United States). Depending on the properties of the substance, a mother tincture is either a 1x or 1c potency. All higher potencies are derived from the mother tincture.

What is cantharis made from?

Cantharis is a large genus of soldier beetles in the family Cantharidae with narrow and soft elytra. The poisonous Spanish fly is superficially similar and is associated with the scientific name Cantharis vesicatoria.

Is there any side effects of homeopathy medicine?

Case reports in conventional medical journals pointed more to adverse effects of mislabelled ‘homeopathic products’ than to true homeopathic medicines. Conclusions: Homeopathic medicines in high dilutions, prescribed by trained professionals, are probably safe and unlikely to provoke severe adverse reactions.

How do you use Thuja gel on warts?

Thuja cream or ointment may be applied directly to the wart from the container. Thuja is a tree. Apply SBL Pomade Thuja Ointment externally twice daily on clean and dried affected area.