Alcoholismus

 

Vergleich: Siehe: Alkohol

 

Alcoholism is a chronic, often progressive disease that can be fatal. The condition involves a preoccupation with alcohol and impaired control over alcohol intake. Alcoholism usually involves physical dependence on the drug alcohol, but genetic, psychological and social factors contribute to this addiction.

 

Nux-v.: The great anti-alcoholic remedy. It corresponds to the tremor, to the nervous affection, to the headache, to the bad taste. It also corresponds to delirium tremens, where every little noise frightens and the victim finds no rest any place, springs up at night and has frightful visions. The tremor is marked with ugliness and irritability and gastric disturbance. Acute results of a spree;

Given while the patient is still under

the influence of liquor or any of the stages of alcoholism. Agaricus will sometimes control the characteristic tremor when Nux fails.

Hyos. In delirium tremens one of the first remedies indicated. The delirium is constant and loquacious, rarely inflammatory enough for Bell. or maniacal enough for Stram.; the pulse is small and quick and compressible, the skin is cold and clammy, the patient is tremulous and picks constantly at objects in the air. Marked sexual excitement, desire to expose person and fear of poison. The vision are those of persecution, are \terrifying, and the patient makes efforts to escape. Constant insomnia is an excellent indication; outburst of laughter alerting with weeping may also occur.

[Dr. Butler]

For the production of sleep no remedy compares with Hyos. as tincture, five or ten drops in a half glass of water, and teaspoonful doses given half-hourly.

Cann-i.: A very reliable remedy in acute alcoholism. Some violence, talkativeness and active mind; subjects crowd upon it, delusions and hallucination relate to exaggerated subjects time, space, etc.; face flushed, pupils dilated, perspires easily. Surprise is constantly expressed on the countenance.

Op.: Indicated in “old sinners” who have had the delirium tremens over and over again. There is a constant expression of fright or terror, they have visions of animals springing up everywhere, they see ghosts, the sleep is uneasy, breathing is stertorous (simulating apoplexy).

Lach.: Visions of snakes and hideous objects. It has a choking sensation in throat which awakens suddenly from sleep.

Stram.. Habitual drunkards. The prevailing mental characteristic is terror, all hallucinations and illusions are fright and terror producing. It has visions of animals coming at him from every corner and he tries to escape. The face bright red, not dark red as in Opium.

Ars.: Visions of ghosts, with great weakness; diseases from overuse of alcohol; patients must have their accustomed drinks; great tremulousness and nervous weakness. Suicidal tendency constantly annoyed by bugs and vermin that he sees upon his person and unceasingly tries to brush them off.

Bell.: too has delirium with visions of rats, mice, etc., (Calc.)

Bell. is easily distinguished from Opium, and Calc. is a last resort after Belladonna and Stramonium have ceased to do good.

Acon.: Acute mania of delirium tremens where the prevailing attitude is fear. Fears darkness, ghosts, with the same desire to escape found (Bell.)

Ran-b.: given as tincture has been found to be most calming in attacks of delirium tremens. It is undoubtedly one of our best remedies in the treatment of acute alcoholism.

Phos.: Sees faces peering at him from all parts of the room.

Cimic.: Mentally depressed and tremor is a prominent symptom. The delirium is mild and the hallucinations of sight relate to small objects; there is persistent sleeplessness and physical restlessness.

Aven.: In alcoholism where the victim is nervous and sleepless almost to the point of delirium tremens. It is also a useful remedy in the opium and cocaine habits.

Stroph.: Also been successfully used.

Sul-ac.: Chronic alcoholism. Alcoholics on their last, who are pale and shriveled and cold, whose stomach will not tolerate the slightest amount amount of food. They cannot drink water unless well whiskied. They are quick and hasty in everything, and have a great and constant craving for brandy. It comes in long after Nux vomica, perhaps after Keely and other cures have failed over and over again. It suits the sour breath and vomiting of alcoholic dyspepsia. It may be given low. “Should it produce a diarrhoea Pulsatilla is the proper antidote.”

[Dr. Luther Peck]

The constant craving for brandy reminds one of Sulphur, Nux vomica and Arsenicum, all of which have craving for spirituous liquors.

Ant-t.: useful when mucous gastric derangement predominates as after beer, with tendency to pneumonia, and accompanied by cool sweat.

Caps.: tincture will stop the morning vomiting, sinking at the pit of the stomach and intense craving for alcohol in dipsomania, and promote the appetite. It reduces the agitation and tremor and induces calm sleep.

[William H. Burt, M. D. (1895)]

Sterculia acuminate outranks China, as a reconstituent tonic, in diseases of the nervous system, and in chronic dyspepsia; the best remedy ever discovered to act as a tonic in persons of drinking habits.

 

 

[Edmund Carleton, M.D.]

Nux-v.: corresponds to delirium tremens, where every little noise frightens and the victim finds no rest in any place, springs up at night and has frightful visions. It is a remedy to be given while the patient is still under the influence of liquor.

Hyos.: When delirium tremens occurs this is usually one of the first remedies indicated. The delirium is constant and loquacious, rarely inflammatory enough for Belladonna or maniacal enough for Stram.: The visions are those of persecution, are terrifying, and the patient makes efforts to escape. Constant insomnia is an excellent indication.

Op.: Indicated in those who have had the delirium tremens over and over again. There is a constant expression of fright or terror, they have visions of animals springing up everywhere, they see ghosts, the breathing is stertorous. 

Lach.: Visions of snakes and hideous objects. It has a choking sensation in the throat which awakens him suddenly from sleep.

Stram.: Visions of animals coming at him he tries to escape. The face is bright red, not dark red as in Opium.

Ars.: Visions of ghosts, with great weakness. Diseases from overuse of alcohol.  Nervous weakness.

Bell.: Visions of rats, mice, etc. Belladonna is easily distinguished from Opium.

Calc.: A last resort after Belladonna and Stramonium have ceased to do good.

Acon.: Acute mania of delirium tremens, with the same desire to escape found under Belladonna.

Ran-b.: given in the tincture has been found to be most calming in attacks of delirium tremens. It is one of our best remedies in acute  alcoholism.

Cimic.:Mentally depressed and tremor is a prominent symptom. The delirium is mild and the hallucinations relate to small objects. There is persistent sleeplessness and physical restlessness.

Delirium tremens often relieved by Capsicum.

Canth.: Continual attempts to bite; sexual excitement; face pale, yellow, dysuria.

Quercus robur glandium Spiritus. Burnett recommended this remedy as an antidote to the affects of alcohol, Dr. A.F. Schulz, of Fort Wayne, Indiana, reported to the writer that in his opinion

it will frequently cause disgust for alcoholic beverages. He has had success from its use.

 

https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baclofen

Alkoholismus: Lach. + Nux-v. + Phos.

Amethyst. Lantaniden.

Fettleber: Card-m. Form. Hep. Stann-met

------------------ + schlaflos/verstopft/erbrechen: Apoc.

 

[C.M.F. Boenninghausen]

Opium in Alcoholism

[W.A. Dewey M.D.]

Sul-ac.: chronic alcoholism corresponds to inebriates on their last legs, who are pale, shriveled and cold, whose stomach will not tolerate the slightest amount of food.

Cannot drink water unless it be well whiskied. They are quick and hasty in everything, and have a great and constant craving for brandy. It suits the sour breath and vomiting of alcoholic dyspepsia.

Ran-b.:the tincture has been found to be most calming in attacks of delirium tremens. It is undoubtedly one of our best remedies in the treatment of acute alcoholism.

[Dr. P. Rajagopalarao]

Scut. remarkable effect of calming the nervousness in delirium tremens.

 

Paprikakur für Alkohol-/Opiumabhängigen


Antialkoholkur 50 gr. Kümmel mit 1 Litr kochendem Wasser übergießen.

1e Tag: 4 - 5 Tassen schluckweise

2e Tag: 4 Tassen schluckweise

3e Tag: 3 Tassen schluckweise

4e Tag: 2 Tassen schluckweise

danach 2 - 3 Wochen 1 Tasse schluckweise trinken

Folgen: 1. Erbrechen, 2. Durchfall + URIN/Schweiß

Bei Rückfall wiederholen

Bauchweh: wärmendes Kissen

Kopf-/Ohr-/Zahnweh: gemahlene Samen mit Wein besprengt

To reduce the desire/craving for alcohol: Quercus glandium spiritus tincture, 10 drops ever 6 hours.

The World Travellers Manual of Homoeopathy -Dr. Collin B. Lessell –

 

https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baclofen

Alkoholismus: Lach. + Nux-v. + Phos.

Amethyst. Lantaniden.

Fettleber: Card-m. Form. Hep. Stann-met

------------------ + schlaflos/verstopft/erbrechen: Apoc.

 

[C.M.F. Boenninghausen]

Opium in Alcoholism

[W.A. Dewey M.D.]

Sul-ac.: chronic alcoholism corresponds to inebriates on their last legs, who are pale, shriveled and cold, whose stomach will not tolerate the slightest amount of food.

Cannot drink water unless it be well whiskied. They are quick and hasty in everything, and have a great and constant craving for brandy. It suits the sour breath and vomiting of alcoholic dyspepsia.

[Dr. P. Rajagopalarao]

Scut. remarkable effect of calming the nervousness in delirium tremens.

 

Paprikakur für Alkohol-/Opiumabhängigen

 

The World Travellers Manual of Homoeopathy -Dr. Collin B. Lessell

To reduce the desire/craving for alcohol: Quercus glandium spiritus tincture, 10 drops ever 6 hours.

 

Alkoholismus

 

https://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Baclofen

Alkoholismus: Lach. + Nux-v. + Phos.

Amethyst. Lantaniden.

Fettleber: Card-m. Form. Hep. Stann-met

------------------ + schlaflos/verstopft/erbrechen: Apoc.

 

[C.M.F. Boenninghausen]

Opium in Alcoholism

[W.A. Dewey M.D.]

Sul-ac.: chronic alcoholism corresponds to inebriates on their last legs, who are pale, shriveled and cold, whose stomach will not tolerate the slightest amount of food.

Cannot drink water unless it be well whiskied. They are quick and hasty in everything, and have a great and constant craving for brandy. It suits the sour breath and vomiting of alcoholic dyspepsia.

Ran-b.:the tincture has been found to be most calming in attacks of delirium tremens. It is undoubtedly one of our best remedies in the treatment of acute alcoholism.

[Dr. P. Rajagopalarao]

Scut. remarkable effect of calming the nervousness in delirium tremens.

 

Paprikakur für Alkohol-/Opiumabhängigen


Quercus robur glandium Spiritus.x

 

Antialkoholkur 50 gr. Kümmel mit 1 Litr kochendem Wasser übergießen.

1e Tag: 4 - 5 Tassen schluckweise

2e Tag: 4 Tassen schluckweise

3e Tag: 3 Tassen schluckweise

4e Tag: 2 Tassen schluckweise

danach 2 - 3 Wochen 1 Tasse schluckweise trinken

Folgen: 1. Erbrechen, 2. Durchfall + URIN/Schweiß

Bei Rückfall wiederholen

Bauchweh: wärmendes Kissen

Kopf-/Ohr-/Zahnweh: gemahlene Samen mit Wein besprengt

To reduce the desire/craving for alcohol: Quercus glandium spiritus tincture, 10 drops ever 6 hours.

The World Travellers Manual of Homoeopathy -Dr. Collin B. Lessell –

 

Vergleich: Siehe: Alcohol

 

 

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