Brennen: Ars. + Phos. + Sulph.
Acal = Indisches Brennkraut/= Indian Nettle
Daph = Süßbast/= Menschendieb/= Brennbeere
Tricholomopsis flammula = kleine Ritterling Fungi
Urticaceae = Kleine Brennessel/= Orbie/= Donnernessel/= Hanfnessel/= Nessel/= Saunessel
· Sulph Great burning, explained by a sort of local congestion.
· Ars burning seems almost intolerable, relieved by heat/excels all the rest of them in intensity/characterized by restlessness, sudden prostration and < midnight/-day.
· Phos has a burning sensation all over, sometimes in small isolated spots. Aneamic, over-sensitive and phthisical.
· Acon: burning in acute inflammatory affections in their first stage. High fever, restlessness, impatience, and thirst are characteristic.
· Apis redness, swelling and oedema + burning and stinging pain. < heat and > by cold. (Ars. > heat)
· Agar: burning, itching and redness “As from frost bites and chilblain”.
· Canth burns like fire (urinary tract). There is a constant desire to urinate and every effort to urinate + intolerable burning.
· Caps burning - intolerable, intense burning - + smarting.
· Anthrac burning mostly connected with the ulcers, putrid sores, gangrenes, and malignant pustules.
Ars.: burning sensation or raw smarting sensation/+ fever
Iris-v. burning in the mouth
Petr.: burning in the mouth (+ fever).
Acon-f: burning > by cold
Hyper.: Burning + thirst
Sang.: burning associated with any hot food
Sec.: Entspricht genau dem Krankheitsbild des Burning-feet-Syndroms. (< Wärme).
Blisters “As if from burns”, burning on touch
Kent: Skin, eruptions, blisters, as from a burn: ambr. aur. bell. canth. carb-an. clem. lyc. nat-c. phos. sep. sulph.
Skin, eruptions, burning, < touch: cann-s. canth. merc.
Cantharis is the only remedy that has both peculiar symptoms.
„Brennen aus Leidenschaft“
„Mit brennendem Geduld“