Erste Hilfe

 

Rescuetropfen (Notfalltropfen nach Dr. Bach) können bei jeder Art Schreck, Schock oder Verletzung innerlich (4 Tropfen alle 10 Minuten) und äußerlich als Ergänzung dienen!

 

Erfrierungen: Carb-v. C 200 o. Ars. C 200

 

Nail infections from Cand. start at the base/forming ridges/often accompanied by paronychia.

 

[Maartje Kuiper]

The third instance where I was asked to assist in a life-threatening situation, occurred in March of 2002.

Jim had undergone surgery for an inguinal hernia he had developed while building a Hindu sculpture garden in his backyard. It was a routine case of laparoscopic surgery. A few hours later he found himself in acute and terrible pain and had to be operated on again. The probable cause was an intestinal perforation, leading to peritonitis which in turn led to rapid heart and kidney failure. Here was another life-threatening situation and again, the prospects were grim.

When I first see him in the IC department where he is being kept in a coma, the tall, slender person I have come to know is now in such a severe state of oedema, that I have a hard time recognizing

him. His ears are almost swallowed up by his extremely inflated head, his skin is about to burst and riddled with moisture bubbles. His condition is, in a word, extreme. He is in a fever and there is

a red sediment in his urine. I begin to repertorize, consciously keeping in mind what I have learned from my previous experiences in life-threatening situations.

History

Jim, born 1941, first consulted me in August of 2001. He came from a family of 6 children. During a bombing raid in World War II, he watches his mother die in a shelter while giving birth to her 6th

child. Because of the air-raid, there is no doctor present. Jim is 2 years old at the time. 3 years later his father re-marries. In Jim's perception, his stepmother has always been a dominant and achievement-oriented woman. He grows up to become an architect and manager of a construction company. In 1975 he starts suffering from hyperventilation and burn-out. He feels trapped in his job responsibilities

and makes a dramatic career switch to become a yoga teacher and hypnotherapist. He finds fresh energy in this new form of social interaction after the feeling of exhaustion from his former, essentially controlling and rational life. It is by no means an easy transition and during this period his marriage breaks up. In 1998 a cyst was removed from his left popliteal space and he was extensively treated

for parodontitis. Teaching yoga he meets his 2nd wife and by 2001 the couple have two young children.

In June of 2001, he gets sick. He feels faint, coughs, has backpains and feels generally tired. In July he is diagnosed as having pneumonia. Treatment consists of a course of antibiotics, followed by

a second one later that month. This is when the headaches start, caused by sinusitis, + diarrhea and chest pains. By the end of July, hospitalized with IV antibiotics and after having been discharged

in August he has to stop working. The attacks of hyperventilation return, he suffers from vertigo and diarrhea, has pain attacks in arms, legs and chest causing him to faint. When he throws up he has

to lie down, because otherwise he will faint. The fever comes back (39.7), he feels completely exhausted. The inflammation on his lower l. pulmonary lobe remains and there is still a lot of expectoration

in the form of green mucus. He has a persistent cough and in spite of all the antibiotics, there are still piles of green mucus coming out of his nose. Sick, he becomes absent-minded, pensive and scary thoughts start creeping into his mind. He has burning red cheeks in an otherwise color-drained face. He suffers from migraine attacks that cause a sharp pain right above the eyes which is only > by

crying. When he sleeps, he wakes up with a headache. He regularly has nose bleeds.

Fear; Flying.

Temperature; Warm.

Perspiration; Seldom.

Desire; Sweet drinks, spicy food, Thai, Indian.

Aversion; Milk, dairy products, fish (3) and the smell of fish(3), meat, chocolate, potatoes.

<: Throwing up (not just recently); << milk. The smell of fish.

Thirst; None to speak of

Urination; Frequent at night

Personality

A man of principles and conscience. He has an overactive mind and sees work everywhere. His house and office are immaculate, he has built and designed them himself and the interior decoration demonstrates wonderful taste. There is little room for patience in his hurried, irritable nature. He hates waiting and when he drives his car he likes to step on the gas. Underneath a phlegmatic outer appearance, he is nervous and tense. He never complains and hardly ever talks about himself. Activity is his second nature and he finds it hard to relax. He is strict with his children and demands obedience. He has a distinct dislike of dancing.

Halfway through August, I start him out on Sulphur 30. There is a slight improvement, particularly with respect to the scary images that used to haunt him.

Next, I prescribe Lachesis 200, which cures the nose bleeds, the fainting fits, the sinusitis and the headaches. He now has a regular pulse, his inguinal hernia no longer bothers him and the swelling

is gone. Ever since he started taking Lachesis halfway through August, recovery has been very quick, but doubts remain as to the effectiveness of the prescription, particularly in Jim's own mind.

There is after all, a chance that he had already begun to recover spontaneously prior to taking the remedy. Within this context and with the information available to me at that time, I am beginning

to feel slightly insecure myself. He can put up with the children much better now, but what keeps bothering him is that despite his enormous appetite, he fails to put on any weight. "I look like those pictures of people in concentration camps," he says, choosing an image which may be significant in light of his childhood war experiences. His gums no longer bother him and he sleeps well.

He returns in September complaining of stomach-ache after eating. He still feels an obstruction in his chest, he has not gained any weight and he has a pronounced craving for juicy things. I prescribe Phosphor 200. During October and November the recovery continues. He can do anything he wants to do, but suffers from epicondylitis lateralis (right side) and backpains.

He is back in December still suffering from migraine and still coughing up lightly colored slime. His gums are inflamed again and the elbow still gives him pain. His stomach is okay and the pressure

in his chest is gone. He talks about a recurring dream he has had all his life, about some thief stealing his beautiful cars. Jim has always been a car freak and at one time, he almost bought a vintage

Cadillac. He also has dreams about having to pee, but either the toilet is out of order, he just can't do it, or people are watching. He yawns extensively. I prescribe Ozone 200 (dd Fl).

This is the last I see of Jim until I find him on the IC department in March 2002. During my visit I observe, but I also ask his wife if she can tell me anything that might help. As it turns out, this

hetero-anamnesis produces very relevant information. One of the things she tells me is how much Jim enjoys cuddling up to her when they are in bed together. She also tells me how distrustful he

can be, how he refuses to accommodate to anybody and how provocatively he behaves toward his in-laws. One thing he cannot stand is disorder. I am reminded of his unusually fast recovery after

he had started taking Lachesis. I am now convinced there has been some partial healing reaction after all. All this in combination with the image now painted by his wife, my own impressions of Jim

as a person, his heart and kidney failures, his heart rhythm disorders and his warm-bloodedness, makes me decide to administer Crot-h 200, another hydrocyanic containing remedy.

A few hours after the remedy has been administered, his temperature goes up to 39° C. Next morning the fever is gone and he has started to urinate. He is breathing more regularly and after two days,

the moisture bubbles on his skin have dried out. He is no longer sweating excessively, his face is beginning to take on its old, normal shape again and he is now urinating normally. His heart rhythm

is also returning to normal.

He still needs regular doses of Crot-h, but they are always immediately effective. There is a short setback during recovery when he develops cystitis, but here too, a new dose of Crot-h proves effective. While still in the hospital, Jim has one more attack of hyperventilation when he observes a green wall, which brings back images of the air-raid shelter and the death of his mother. Later, back home,

he still feels a lot of pent-up anger when watching images from the war.

Crot-h has proved very effective in the acute situation, but there have been major improvements on a constitutional level as well. In July of 2002, Jim is working full-time again. He himself says

everything is perfect, except for a slightly sensitive pubic bone and the old epicondylitis pains. I prescribe Crot-h M.

In retrospect, I believe I was wrong when I started doubting the partial recovery reactions brought on by the Lachesis. These doubts led me away from the 'snake' track, which in the end proved to

have been the right one after all.

Conclusion

To me, three cases, apart from demonstrating the effectiveness of Hydrocyanide acid and Hydrocyanide acid containing remedies in cases of life or death, clearly illustrate the importance of remedies chosen on the basis of pre-accidental symptoms and analysis, even in cases where there is acute injury and accident trauma. In the first case there was simply too little information available to act on

and I have only mentioned it because to me, the strong sense of premonition I felt at the time makes it the first incident in what I have come to view as a chain of interrelated events. In the other two

cases, adherence to - or, in the third case, resumption of, remedies chosen on the basis of pre-accidental symptoms and information not pertaining to the isolated accident itself, have proved effective

in the face of imminent loss of life to the point of actually resulting in full recovery. I feel there is definitely a lesson to be learned from these case histories. Although I realize that additional studies

would be needed to justify conclusions on a general level, I do believe these case studies support the proposition that in cases of life-threatening situations pre-accidental symptoms are vitally important

and should always be taken into consideration.

 

ERSTVERSORGUNG:

Arn.: Schockbekämpfung Blutstillung gegen Wundschmerz vorbeugend gegen Tetanus C 200 1x bei Bedarf

Schürfwunden: Erstversorgung siehe Allgem.

Bel-p.: bei Schürfwunden, bis die letzte Kruste abgefallen ist auch bei Knutschflecken C 30 auflösen

Risswunden: Erstversorgung siehe Allgem.

Calendula äußerlich als verdünnte Urtinktur auch innerlich: C 30 auflösen

Wunden in nervenreichem Gewebe

Erstversorgung siehe Allgem.

Hyper.: bei Nervendurchtrennung. Finger-, Zehen-, Hodenquetschung C 30 1x, bei Bedarf wiederholen

Quetschwunden: Erstversorgung siehe Allgem.

Arn.: Muskelquetschung C 200 1x, bei Bedarf wiederholen + Arnica-Tinktur äußerlich

Hyper.: Nervenquetschung C 30 1x, bei Bedarf wiederholen

Symph.: Knochenquetschung C 4 3x tägl.

Ruta: Knochenhautquetschung C 4 3x tägl.

Calendula: Sehnenquetschung C 4 3x tägl.

Platzwunden

Erstversorgung:

Arn.: stoppt Blutung, fördert Heilung C 200 1x, bei Bedarf wiederholen + CALENDULA-Tinktur verdünnt: äußerlich

Homöopathisch behandelte Wunden brauchen nicht unbedingt genäht zu werden!

[Christiane Petras]

"Notfallfläschchens" aus Carc. No7 und Nux-v.

 

WUNDEN:

Led.: puncture wound

Hyper.: wounds and crush injuries;

Calen.: ragged wounds;

Staph.: sharp cuts (knife);

Canth.: prevents infections in burns.

 

[Matthew Wood]

Dr. Thorer war der Erste, der daraufhinwies, dass >Arnica< ein spezifisches Heilmittel nur für Prellungen, Quetschungen, Verstauchungen und Zerrungen ohne Risswunden ist, während sich

>Calendula< speziell für äußere Wunden und Risse eignet.

 

Acute pain.!!

Acute abdominal colic.

Biss.

Blutung.

Common cold.

Electric shock.

Erste Hilfe bei Kindern.

Erste Hilfe auf anthroposofische Basis.

Erste Mitteln.

Insektenstiche.

Schlangenbiss

Trauma.

Vacation.

Vergleich. von Acon + Ars + Bell.

Verletzungen.

 

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Notfälle: Rose Teebaum Essenz stets griffbereit halten für alle Fälle; unverdünnt anwendbar zur Anwendung im Shampoo, für Kompressen, Spülungen;

gehört in jede Hausapotheke Lavendel, Manuka, Rose, Teebaum            

Hyssop oil will > PAIN from wounds.

 

[Constantine Hering]

If you can’t get an X-ray

A severe fall or blow upon the head may have cracked the bones of the skull internally. In severe cases the stupefaction might disappear and the patient apparently improve, yet death

ensue in a few days, hence it is very important to ascertain whether there is a fracture. Proceed as follows: Tie one end of a cord to a silver spoon or fork or a piece of iron, something

that will give a clear sound when struck, let the patient take the other end of the cord between his teeth, or fasten it to one of his teeth, or wrap it around the finger, which is to be inserted

into the ear of the patient; now strike the metal, which must swing clear, and the vibrations will be communicated to the bones and great pain will be felt at the point of fracture if the bone

s cracked. Even a stupefied person will show it, if pain is felt, by distorting the face.

When a limb has been partially crushed, it may sometimes be preserved by cold applications, or by putting-ice upon it and by giving Arn. internally, sometimes # Aconite .

This preservation is possible even when mortification has already taken place, by giving first China, and afterwards, when the skin begins to turn black, Lachesis.

The surgeon alone can judge what is best to be done.

[C.E. Fisher]

Calc-s.: = Hep-ähnlich and more intensely and deeply/often useful after Hep. has ceased to act. For inflammations and suppurations; for effects of blows, etc. For the eye, after an injury

by a splinter, like Aconite, Silicea, and Symphytum. For otitis, after a blow on the ear. The pus discharged is thick yellow, as is also the nasal discharge.

 

Sportverletzung                                              Bemerkungen

Muskelverhärtung                                         Knoten- o. wulstförmige Muskelverdichtungen/Palpitationsschmerz

Sehnenansatzprobleme                                    durch starke Zug- und Scherbeanspruchung

Sehnenentzündungen                                     meist durch Übertraining und falsche Technik

Ruhigstellung, Enzympräparaten

Sehnenscheidenentzündung                              Schmerzpunkt Strecksehnen an der Rückseite des Handgelenks

(Tendovaginitis/Handgelenk)                    Ruhigstellung, Bandage, Schmerztherapie

Tennis-/Golferellenbogen                                   Entzündung und Schmerz an den am Epicondylus ansetzenden Sehnen

Trainingspause, Ruhigstellung, spezielle Bandagen), Technik verbessern

unspezifische Fußschmerzen                        Ursache: Knick-/Senk-/Spreiz-/Hohlfuß Übungen/Einlagen

Nervenengpasssyndrom                                   permanente mechanische Reize schädigen periphere Nerven

(Karpaltunnelsyndrom)                                    Parästhesie/Schmerz/Lähmung Auslöser vor allem hypertrophierte Muskeln/verdicktes Sehnengleitgewebe, die einen Dauerdruck aufbauen,

                                                                      aber auch Tapeverbände und festsitzende Bandagen (Gefühlsabschwächung/Muskelschwäche)

neuromuskuläre Funktionsstörung                   muskuläre Dysbalancen, bei denen durch Verkürzung/Schwächung in einzelner Muskelgruppen muskuläre Ungleichgewichte entstehen

(Beuge-/Streckantagonismus)

Dupuytrenkontraktur                                    Beugekontrakturen der Finger (4. und 5.) einer Verhärtung des Bindegewebes und Schrumpfung, der Palmaraponeurose

Ursache: erblich; äußere Faktoren, die Mikrotraumen erzeugen, zum Beispiel Rad- und Skisport,

Ruta.: for complaints from straining flexor tendons.

 

Verstauchung/Bänderzerrung                     1. lokal Rescue Creme auf die intakte Haut; Eisbeutel kann homöopathischen Behandlung/Schmerzlinderung abträglich sein)

Bei Druckschmerz/Bluterguss                                                Arn.

Schmerz bei Bewegung (entzündete Gelenkhaut/Bänder)   Bry.

Steifheit < Bewegungsanfang; <: nachts/morgens

aufstehend/nasskaltes Wetter; >: trockene Wärme/Glieder

strecken/fortgesetzte Bewegung;                                        Rhus-t.

Schmerz > in Ruhe/< Druck + Bewegung                                    Ruta

Begleitende Ergüsse                                                                      Symph.

Muskelkater:                                     Arn. C 200

Muscle ache and pain due to strain or injury from overexertion. Best administered immediately after workout. Hyland's ArniSport [Arn. C 30 (bruising and muscle soreness)/

Hyper. C 6 (nerve injuries due to blows)/Ruta C 6 (connective tissues of the body, sprains, twists and shin splints)/Led. C 6 (stitching/red, hot inflammation)/Bel-p. C 6 (sprains,

swellings/muscular soreness)]/contains no aspirin, sucrose, dextrose, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs or fillers = natural relief for muscle pain and soreness from overexertion.

Muskelkater

Arn.: „Wie geprügelt“, zerschlagen, Schmerzen mehr lokalisiert Bel-p. eher diffus). Bewegungsdrang, alles worauf man liegt, als hart empfunden.

C 200 1x bei Bedarf

Ars.: nach sehr anstrengenden Touren (Bergtouren) Frösteln, blass, unruhig, geschwächt. C 30 1x bei Bedarf

ARNICA-ÖL wie Balsam auf die Muskeln (1 Teil Arnica-Tinktur auf 20 Teile Olivenöl)

Bel-p.: Schmerzen, diffuser Art, „Wie zerschlagen, gequetscht“ C 30 auflösen

MERKE: Die passenden homöopathischen Mittel ersetzen Eisbeutel und -sprays völlig (Eisbeutel und -sprays wirken nicht heilend, können, aber (nicht immer) Schmerz lindernd sein!

Muskelkrämpfe

Mag-p.: blitzartige, krampfende Schmerzen, > Wärme, nächtliche Wadenkrämpfe, muss Wade massieren, C 30 alle 10 Minuten (akut)

Gels.: Lähmigkeit, Zittern, dumpfer Muskelschmerz; Schreibkrampf, Klavier- und Geigenspieler; oft durch Aufregung (schlechte

            Nachrichten) C 30 1x

Cupr-ars.: nächtliche Wadenkrämpfe muß auf dem kalten Boden fest auftreten C 30 1x täglich abends bis Besserung eintritt.

Arn.: Muskelkater Wundheit der Oberschenkel (Wolf) Blasen an den Füßen C 200 1x bei Bedarf

            „Wie geprügelt“, zerschlagen, Bewegungsdrang, da alles, worauf man liegt, erscheint zu hart C 200 1x bei Bedarf wiederholen

Beschwerden bei Bergtouren und Wallfahrten

Muskelriß

Ars.: nach anstrengenden Touren (Bergtouren), Frösteln, blass, unruhig, geschwächt C 30 1x bei Bedarf

Cupr-met.: Muskelkrämpfe C 30 1x bei Bedarf

Canth.: Blasen an den Füßen. Brennender Schmerz, Kälte lindert Blase nicht aufstechen - Infektionsschutz! C 30 1x

 

Muskelzerrung/-riss:                          Arn. C 200, anschließend Calendula C 200

Sehnenriss:                                        Rhus-t. C200 , mehrmals

Sehnenscheidenentzündung:           Rhus-t. C 200, 3x täglich

Tennisarm:                                         Bry. C 30, mehrmals o. Anac. C 30

Sehnen, Bänder

Verstauchung - Verrenkung.

Arn.: erste Arznei - siehe Verletzungsschock

„Wie zerschlagen“, verstaucht, geprellt, Bluterguss, Schwellung, Angst vor Berührung (Annäherung) C 200 1x bei Bedarf wiederholen

Rhus-t.: Schmerz zu Beginn der Bewegung > fortgesetzter Bewegung/Wärme; < nachts; körperliche Unruhe C 30 1x, bei Bedarf wiederholen

Bry.: Stechen, < jede Bewegung (nicht > fortgesetzte Bewegung, sondern <)/> festen Druck C 30 auflösen

Ruta.: Handgelenks-/Fußknöchelverstauchung, schmerzhaft „Wie gequetscht“ C 30 auflösen

Sul-ac.: Bluterguss, unregelmäßige Ränder, „Wie ausgefranzt“ C 30 auflösen

Led.: Bluterguss, glatter Rand, > kalte Auflage C 30 auflösen

Sehnenriss

Rhus-t.: Sehne angerissen, (bei Durchriß: nach der Operation) sofort innerhalb 12 Stunden geben, D30 1x, bei Bedarf wiederholen

Anac.: falls weiterhin starke Schmerzen D4 3x tägl.

Sehnenscheiden-Entzündung

Ruta.: auch Tennis-Ellenbogen, auch Sehnenverdickung, „Wie geprellt“, krampfhaftes Drücken und Reißen C 30 auflösen

Bel-p.: auch Tennis-Ellenbogen, Ellbogen wund und steif, „Wie zerschlagen“ möchte sich bewegen, aber < Bewegung C 30 auflösen

Rhus-t.: Schmerz zu Beginn der Bewegung, > nach fortgesetzter Bewegung, körperliche Unruhe, > Wärme, < nachts; C 30 1x, bei Bedarf wiederholen

 

Wunden:

Schnittwunden

Erstversorgung siehe Allgem.

Staph.: Wunden mit glatten Schnitträndern (nach Operationen), Schnittverletzungen jeder Art C 30 auflösen

Allgemeines Ausbluten lassen, bzw. zum Bluten bringen (Tetanusgefahr!) von Fremdkörpern reinigen:

CALENDULA-Tinktur, 1 TL auf eine Tasse Wasser, mit Läppchen oder Tupfer abwischen (von Wunde weg). Calendula stillt die Blutung, reinigt, verhindert Eiterung, fördert

Bildung des neuen Gewebes!

Niemals ARNICA-Tinktur auf eine offene Wunde!

[Metthew Wood]

Dr. Thorer war der Erste, der daraufhinwies, dass >Arnica< ein spezifisches Heilmittel nur für Prellungen, Quetschungen, Verstauchungen und Zerrungen ohne Risswunden ist,

während sich >Calendula< speziell für äußere Wunden und Risse eignet.

[Joseph D. Laurie]

Profuse bleeding and the wound appears likely to leave a severe scar, Calendula is to be preferred to Arnica. 

Bel-p. to be preferred to Arnica with a slight tendency to erysipelas (acute streptococcus infection).

Acon.: # Arn. if the patient be robust and strong, or fever runs high. 

Cham.: copious suppuration caueses the severe pain and the wound shows no disposition to heal. 

Hep.: should follow Cham., if it does not effect material alteration. 

Sil.: after Hep., if it does not induce healing.

Sulph.: # Sil., if Silicea alone is not followed by healing.

 

Arn.: erste Arznei - siehe Verletzungsschock

„Wie zerschlagen“, verstaucht, geprellt, Bluterguss, Schwellung, Angst vor Berührung (Annäherung). C 200 1x, bei Bedarf wiederholen

Symph.: starke Schmerzen nach Knochenbruch C 200 1x nach Richten des Bruches - starke Schmerzen!

Carb-c.: offener Bruch, starke Verschorfung C 200 auflösen Schleudertrauma

Arn.: erste Arznei - siehe Verletzungsschock. „Wie zerschlagen“, verstaucht, geprellt Angst vor Berührung und sogar Annäherung C 200

Hyper.: nach Arnica (1 Woche nach der Verletzung) C 200

Ruta.: nach Hypericum (1 Woche nach der Verletzung) C 200

 

Dr. Sultan M. Bihari]

“If the Shoe Doesn’t Fit”

All-c.: ulcers on heel from friction of shoes

Arist-cl.: Blasen durch reiben.

Paeon.

Plan. Blasen durch reiben.

 

Offene Wunde

Reinigung mit Wasserstoffsuperoxid 6 - 10% (schmerzt nicht)/relativ saubere Wunde mit steriler Kompresse abtupfen mit einer Lösung 20 - 50 ml sterile Kochsalzlösung

10% (abgekochtes Wasser) + 20 - 50 Tropfen Calendula Tinktur + 5 - 10 Tropfen Rescue-Remedy-Tropfen. (fördert bessere Heilung, als mit chemische Desinfectans).

Bei der Möglichkeit von gefährlichen Viren (Tollwut/AIDS/Hepatitis) sollte sofort (vor der erforderlichen ärztlichen Wundsäuberung) ein vorhandenes Desinfektans angewandt

werden (Jodtinktur/schnell greifbare chemische Wundesinfizientien wie Alkohol = Schnaps).

Staph. Glatten Wundrändern + sauberer Wunde

Calen.

Eiterung einer Wunde: Hep. C 200 2 - 3 Gaben

Schnittwunden: Staph. C 30 - 200

Bisswunden: Led. C 200 bei Blaufärbung Lach. C 200, von Katze: Hyper.

Quetschungen von nervenreichen Gebieten (Finger/Zehen/Steißbein)

Rescue-Remedy

Hyp. bei SCHMERZ

Calen. bei zusätzlicher offener Wunde

Knochenbruch: 1. das gebrochene Glied so weit wie möglich ohne Bewegung ruhig lagern.

2. Rescue-Remedy-Tropfen/Arn. ([A. Geukens] Be careful giving Arnica in an accident with internal haemorrhage, because when Arnica is not indicated, everything <)

 3. Nach ärztlicher Versorgung Arn o. Bel-p.

 4. Symph. (+ Calc-p)

 Heilt die Fraktur schlecht: Thyreoid.

 Drohender Knocheneiterung: Calen.

Weichteilverletzungen (weibliche Brust, Hoden)

Arn.: erste Arznei - siehe Verletzungsschock

„Wie geprellt“. Bluterguss, Schwellung, Angst vor Berührung und sogar Annäherung C 200 1x, bei Bedarf wiederholen

Bel-p.: verhindert Knotenbildung etc. C 30 auflösen

Augenverletzung

Arn.: erste Arznei - siehe Verletzungsschock bei Bedarf wiederholen

Acon.: Erstes Mittel bei Augenverletzung, Sandgefühl, Rötung C 30 auflösen

Symph.: Prellung des Augapfels (Ball), C 30 auflösen

Knochenhautentzündung

Ruta.: Schienbeinverletzung, Verdickung der Knochenhaut am Schienbein (Fußballspieler!), C 30 auflösen

 

Fremdkörper: Sil. C 200

 

Verbrennung.

Das betroffene Gebiet mit handwarmen bis kühlem Wasser zur Kühlung spülen (minutenlang). Bei größerer Verbrennungsfläche (Kindern) Notarzt verständigen/nicht selbst

zum Arzt bringen.

Rescue-Tropfen

Schmerzbekämpfung einmalig Canth./Apis

1. + 2. Grades Essig immer wieder auftragen bis Schmerz nachlässt
Ein besseres Rezept (braucht aber Vorbereitung/kann sehr gut aufbewahrt werden).
Weiße Baumwolle (sehr oft gewaschene, absolut weiße oft gewaschene Baumwolle o. Zick-Zack Watte
aus Drogerie schwarz verbrennen, aber nicht zur Asche verbrennen lassen/vermischen mit gleichem Teil Calendulaöl/muss bei Bedarf auf betroffene Stelle dick aufgetragen werden

und 48 Stunden sitzen gelassen/nimmt sofort den Schmerz).

 

Narben keloid                        1. Rescue-Creme behandeln (ca. 1 Woche lang täglich 1-2 x). Zusätzlich Thiosinaminum

 

Es ist wünschenswert die Behandlung (auch allopatische) mit Rescue-remedy und danach mit Arn. zu beginnen

Rescue Remedy Tropfen/Rescue Salbe/Rescue Gel (gehören zu Bachblütentherapie) = Universal-Trauma-Mittel/am besten vor dem speziell indizierten homöopathischen Mittel angewandt/

Schocklöser (Acon/Op/Carb-v)/nimmt im Anfang den Schmerz/das indizierten homöopathischen Mittel wirkt danach besser, schneller, stärker Schmerz dämpfend)/beruhigt/normalisiert der

Durchblutung).

Verabreichung: Tropfen: oral/lokal/pur/verdünnt in Wasser.

Rescue.-Creme o. -Gel nur auf die intakte (Schleim)Haut auftragen.

Von Bonbons mit Rescue Remedy ist abzuraten.

Verbrennungen mit Blasenbildung: Cantharis C 200

Eiterung nach Verbrennung: Causticum C 200

Rezept: ein grünes o. gelbes Band vom rechter senkrecht erhobene Hand spiralförmig beim l. Fuß enden lassen an verletztem Muskel entlang laufen lassen

[Constantine Hering]

Acon.: For the fever which sometimes accompanies burns.

Arn.: Use not be in injuries of this kind.

Cham.: convulsions arising from severe burns.

Extensive burns sometimes attended by diarrhoea or costiveness, but nothing should be done for either, unless the latter lasts longer than 4 - 5 days. The diarrhoea is essential to the

preservation of life, and ought not be interfered with, unless it continues for weeks after the burn has been cured.

Puls.: Diarrhoea attended with pains in the bowels, afterwards Sulphur.

Calc.: more frequent between noon and midnight.

Ars.: more towards morning and in the forenoon. In most cases it will disappear of itself, if you drink plenty of cold water, and take frequent exercise in the open air.

Calc.: hands and feet become much swollen.

 

[Alan Schmukler]

Apparent death

Carb-v.: Face blue, head hot with hot perspiration, body is cold. Bloating in abdomen. Prior to collapse, much belching and desire to be fanned

Ant-t.: Face pale blue with cold sweat. Rattling of mucus in airways. Prior to collapse nostrils flare. quivering of chin.

Cupr-met.: Muscles of hands, feet, jaw contracted. Skin blue. Foam at mouth.

Camph.: Icy coldness of body, breath cold. Prior to collapse patient refused covers.

 

PECH für stumpfe Verletzungen Anhang.

    * Pause

    * Eis (ist nicht heilend/ist eventuell Schmerz lindernd/Schwellung hemmend)

    * Compression

    * Hochlagerung

Für alle art Schwellungen kann Bromelain (= Enzym) heilend sein.

Auge Schlag auf das Auge: Symph. C 30 , einige Gaben

------ Blaues Auge: Led. C 200

------ Fremdkörper im Auge: Acon. C 30

 

[Pierre Schmidt, M.D.]

First questions:

1) Can the sportsman continue his game,

2) Can he recover completely after a certain time.

 

Excessive anxiety before a competition/tournament: Gels.

 

Skiing:

Sprained ankle Rhus-t with local massage

Shock: All accidents have a certain amount of shock. Arn. C 200/Arn. C 200, C 1000, C 10.000 in progression six hours apart.

Reactions to Fright

Urine retention after fright: Op. Acon.

Loss of voice after fright: Acon. Gels. Op.

Insanity after fright: Ign. Plat.

Stiffness after fright: Bry.

Image or fear of the fright persists: Op.

Schock durch Schreck ohne äußere Verletzung

Acon.: Unruhe, Furcht, schreckgeweitete Augen, panische Angst, Todesangst

Schock des Neugeborenen

Acon.: Unruhe, Zittern ("Raus in die Kälte!")

D30 1x nach der Geburt

Schock durch Verletzung

Arn.: bei Blutungen, bei Prellungen, Quetschungen, Stürzen, Stoß, Schlag

Bei schwerem Unfall

Drohende Fehlgeburt durch Schreck

Acon.:

Unruhe, Furcht, schreckgeweitete Augen, panische Angst um Ungeborenes

C 200 1x bei Bedarf, evtl. wiederholen

Schock - Kollaps - Ohnmacht (Kollaps, Schock - blasses Gesicht)

Ars.: ruhelos, Angst, friert, will zugedeckt sein, braucht Wärme, sehr schwach; kalter Schweiß, sterbenselend bei Angina pectoris.

alle 10 Minuten bis Besserung eintritt

Tab.: Zustand wie bei Nikotinvergiftung, sterbenselend, Schwindel, < bei offenen Augen, "als bliebe das Herz stehen", Puls setzt aus, Herzdruck/-stechen

will den Bauch unbedeckt haben, obwohl kalt am ganzen Körper, Speichelfluß mit Sterbensübelkeit, reichlicher Schweiß, verlangt frischer Luft

Durchfall mit krampfartigen Leibschmerzen nach Nikotinmißbrauch, bei Meniere ́schem Schwindel, Reisekrankheit

C 30 alle 10 Minuten bis Besserung eintritt

Schock mit Gehirnerschütterung/Schädelbruch

Arn.: Bewusstlosigkeit

Übelkeit - Erbrechen

Schwindel

Kopfschmerzen

Schock - drohende Fehlgeburt durch Verletzung

Arn.: nach Sturz, Prellung bei Blutung C 200 1x täglich, bis Blutung aufhört Schock mit Nervenverletzung

Schock bei Verletzung bei Prellungen, Quetschungen, Stürzen, Stoß, Schlag

Arn. C 200 1x bei schwerem Unfall

Hyper. (nach Arnica!!)

Kollaps, Schock - rotes Gesicht

Acon.: hellrotes Gesicht, ruhelos, Todesangst steht ins Gesicht geschrieben C 30 alle 10 Minuten bis Besserung eintritt

Gels.: Zittern, Lähmigkeit, Stuhl und Wasser gehen unwillkürlich ab.

            oft Folge von schlechten Nachrichten C 30 alle 10 Minuten bis Besserung eintritt.

Op.: dunkelrotes Gesicht, apathisch, schmerzunempfindlich, Augen nach oben gedreht schnarchende Atmung C 30 alle 10 Minuten bis Besserung eintritt

Kollaps, Schock - blasses Gesicht

Carb-v.: Übelkeit blaue Lippen, Nase kalter Atem, kalte Zunge, reichlicher kalter Schweiß Blähbauch (Oberbauch) braucht frische Luft (Zufächeln!)

            C 30 alle 10 Minuten bis Besserung eintritt

Verat.: blau bis in die Fingerspitzen, eisige Kälte am ganzen Körper, völlige Entkräftung, kalter Stirnschweiß, Übelkeit und heftiges Erbrechen bei der

            geringsten Bewegung, verlangt großer Menge eines kalten Getränks, Gesicht kann liegend rot sein, beim Aufsitzen blass

            C 30 alle 10 Minuten bis Besserung eintritt

 

Repertory:

Sepsis or gangrene threatening (“Black blood” - KR.398); foul secretion, burning, etc.: Ars.

Lacerated wounds; (M.L. TYLER recommends potentised Calendula); externally also would help: Calend.

Petrie HOYLE: Calendula was the sheet anchor in  all of war wounds

Splitter embedded and much pain: Hep. [Sil. (also as gel)/Anag.).

Injuries to nerves: Hyper. = sensitive to pain. (Compare Anan. and Art-vg. for splitter injuries), Allium cepa for amputation neuralgia.

Convulsions from wounds: compare Arn. Cic-v. Nat-s. etc.

Blood does not coagulate: Lach. Blood dark (Chin.) or blue.

Gangrenous: Anthrac. Ars. Carb-v. Chin. Crot-h. Sec. etc.

Led.: wound from pointed things, punctured wounds, stings (Bee, Scorpion, Insects, bites of animals - cat, rats, etc.)/vaccinations, soles of feet injured by nail; abscesses from infections. 

Generally there is a cold sensation around the wound; also may be cold to touch. > cold application.

“When the tenderness in a perforated wound is worse than the appearance would suggest think of Hypericum rather than Ledum”

Neuralgia of punctures: Plant-m.

Bad consequences of neglected punctured wounds: Chel.

Punctured wounds: Aran-d.

 

Lebensmittelvergiftung

Fettes, ranziges Essen

Puls.: Übelkeit, Erbrechen, fauliges oder saures Aufstoßen, weinerliche Stimmung. Durchfall. C 30 1x, bei Bedarf wiederholen

Carb-v.: faules Aufstoßen, Blähungen im Oberbauch, braucht frische Luft C 30, 1x, bei Bedarf wiederholen

Ars.: schon beim Anblick oder Geruch von Fett und fetten Speisen Übelkeit, Erbrechen, Durchfall C 30 1x, bei Bedarf wiederholen

Ip.: Zunge meist sauber anhaltende Übelkeit (auch nach Erbrechen), blasses Gesicht, rote Wangen C 30 auflösen

Fleisch / Wurst / Fisch - verdorben

Ars.: Übelkeit, Erbrechen, Durchfall, DURST, trinkt in kleinen Schlucken, wird sofort erbrochen, Unruhe, Angst, Schwäche C 30 1x, bei

Bedarf wiederholen

Verat.: eiskalter Körper, Erschöpfung bis Kollaps, Durst auf kaltes Wasser, Übelkeit und Erbrechen < geringste Bewegung, kalter Stirnschweiß C 30 1x, bei Bedarf

wiederholen

Obst / Speiseeis

Puls.: saures oder fauliges Aufstoßen, Übelkeit, Erbrechen, Durchfall, weinerliche Stimmung C 30, 1x bei Bedarf wiederholen

Ars.: siehe oben C 30 1x, bei Bedarf wiederholen

Folgen von Durcheinanderessen

Nux-v.: Feinschmecker, Alkohol, Kaffee, Tabak, stark gewürzte Speisen. Völle und Schwere im Magen. Reizbarkeit Brechreiz mit ergebnislosem Würgen C 30 1x,

bei Bedarf wiederholen

Ant-c.: Überfressen, viel zu viel, Zunge dick weiß belegt ungeniertes Rülpsen, Furzen C 30 1x, bei Bedarf wiederholen

Puls.: Kuchen, Eis, Sahnetorte (Kindergeburtstag!), weinerliche Stimmung, Übelkeit, Erbrechen, Durchfall C 30 1x, bei Bedarf wiederholen

Carb-v.: faules Aufstoßen, Blähungen im Oberbauch, braucht frische Luft C 30, 1x, bei Bedarf wiederholen

Ip.: Zunge meist sauber anhaltende Übelkeit (auch nach Erbrechen) blasses Gesicht, rote Wangen C 30 auflösen

Reisen in fremde Länder

Okoubaka - D 2 3x täglich, vorbeugend

 

Wounds: A dressing with Calend Urtinktur o. Calendelaoil + Calen C 200 every six hours.

A more severe wound: a dressing of gauze saturated with Hamamelis lotion o. mix honey with tumeric/appla generous and leave in place at least overnight

Tetanus is nowadays a very unusual complication of wounds. From the beginning Arn. If the tetanus manifests: specific is Stram. C 200, then Tetanotoxin C 10.000

3 doses every 24  hours.

Fracture: Symph C 30 right from the beginning stops pseudoarthrosis.

A dressing of clay and cabbage leaves and homoeopathic Symphytum taken orally cured a case of pseudoarthrosis in the knee in a patient who had been hospitalised

for a year with this complaint.

 

Boxing

Shock: Arn. doses 24 hours apart.

Nervous fright before: 2 doses Gels C 200

Wounds/contusions/fractures:

Wounds: A tight dressing with Calend C1 in a tblspoon of water. This will stop bleeding, favor healing, prevent infection.

Bruises on soft parts of the body (with or without ecchymosis): Arn C 30 3 globules every ½  hour until the pain diminishes.

Contusion of hard parts of the body (bones): Ruta C 200, 1x or 2 doses 1 hour apart

Joints: Ruta C 30, C 200, C 1000 1 hour apart and let act.

Fractures in hands/fingers: Symph C 30, 2 or 3x daily for one week.

Fingertips have been crushed, with pain along the nerves: Hyp C 1000 1x or Hyp C 30 2x daily for several days. If the nervous system is involved the high dilutions

are very successful.

Sprains: With distension or tearing of the ligaments or the tendons: Rhus-t. C 30, 3 globules 2x daily for several days.

Black eye: Strong ecchymosis > from cold water: Led C 200, 2 or 3 doses several hours apart. If the black eye came in with anger or rage: Staph. (usually not > cold water).

No modalities the specific for a black eye: Symph C 200, 2 or 3 doses 2 hours apart. (when Symph fails: Hyp)

When fails Arn 10.000 2 doses 24 hours apart.

On the sight/the focusing of the eye: Ruta acts (not on ocular bruises).

            Intense pain: Hyp C 200

Foreign body in the eye: Coc-c.

Massage the other eye/this helps the injured eye (Chinese way of symmetrical treatment).

Blow over the heart: can cause atrocious pain, with the feeling that the heart is clamped in a vise: Arn. and compresses of cold water with 10 drops of tincture of Arnica, applied

over the heart. If fails Cact. C 200 hourly.

Contusion of the head: (shocks from the blows of) boxing: immediately Arn. o. Symph.

With a violent blow and suspected concussion: Nat-s can be considered (Cic with convulsions).

                  After-effects of concussion (can manifest years after the blow) may be cured sometimes with Nat-s. according to some authors. Lobelia acetum.

Contusion of the base of the spine: Hyp immediately and again 1 - 2 hours later.

massage locally with oil of Mill.

Suppurating wounds of the head: Calen. (+ local dressing)/maybe Pyrog.

Nosebleed:

Caused by a blow: Arn often/dab the nose with gauze moistened with a solution of Calen, 2 drops to a soupspoon of cold water. Put a cold pad (a metal object) on the base of the neck.

Not caused by a blow: Chin. often. When failing Ferr-p. in low potency on a wad introduced into the nostril.

            Vip-r. also acts very well (varicose veins on the legs).

Cramps in calves: Cupr-met C 200 10 minutes before the fight

Soccer:

Sprains/strains of ligaments:

Found most often, shock/blows all over the body (on the bottom of the shins)/overstrained muscles in running rapidly: Rhus-t. (the remedy of articular rheuma < cold and damp/more suited

to players who have had accidents before. > cold dampness: Led.

Old sprains which bring after-effects: intermittent pain/swelling/unexpected recurrences: Stront-c. (a chosen remedy in all grave shock after abdominal surgery).

Kicks: Muscular ecchymoses of soft parts of the body (calves/legs/thighs/buttocks): Arn. If Arn or Rhus-t fail: Con. If Bel-p. fails Con. (blows on the breast of a woman).

Synovitis: (= Gelenkentzündung).

Sprain or a distension of a ligament: 3 doses Rhus-t. A blow on the knee/on the heel, with periostitis: Ruta.

Dislocations/Luxations: Treatment after reduction: Arn 3 globules 2x daily for several days. Afterwards if necessary: Rhus-t. (may have to be continued for several days)

Fractures: Symph C 30 3 globules morning and evening for a week or more.

            After a sprain or a fracture, “since my accident I haven’t been sleeping too well”: Stict C 200 (it does not usually act upon insomnia except after fractures and accidents).

            Contusions: or blows from a collision of the head against someone else’s head or a blow from a ball: Arn every ½ hour for 3 or 4 hours.

Nosebleed: from a blow during a match: Ferr-p. C 200/eventualla Arn.

Tendinitis: = Sehnenentzündung): Anac. morning and evening for several days; If fails: Rhus-t.

 

Ice hockey - cricket - tennis - ball games:

            Muscles pain/sprain/wrenched: Arn morning and evening. If fails: Rhus-t.

            Blows directly on the head: from a ball/bat: Nat-s. 4 hours apart.

            Blows on the legs: with bat: generally treated with Ruta 200.

            Blows on the fingers: Tip of the finger crushed or torn: Hyp 30 or 200. + local dressing with Hyp.

Sunstroke: Glon one hour apart/otherwise Bell 200.

Blow of tennis ball in the eye: Symph 30 every ½ hour. If fails: Hyp. Consult an occulist to see if there is hemorrhage (chamber of the) of the eye: massage around the eye. if Symph. and Hyp. Fail Both or Crot-h (favored by hemorrhage of the anterior chamber of the eye).

Tennis elbow, epicondylitis: Rhus-t. C 10.000. Also acupuncture. Agaricus C 6 daily for 2 weeks.

Blow of ball to the genitals: Arn. /with PAIN: Hyper.

Athletics: ecchymoses, strains, distensions, sprains, and tendinitis, mentioned above, athletics can cause different kinds of lesions.

 

Running:

Coup de fouet: (= Wadenmuskelriss)/is an excruciating pain in the calves which runners get, and it is a great handicap to them (after excessive training). Agar C 6, 3 globules morning and evening for one week, and even during training to avoid a new attack. When this condition is so intense that moving is impossible: Bry 30, 3 globules every ½  hour until sedation.

Cramps in the calves (= charley horse): or in any other part of the leg (after forced exertion): Cramps from flexion are excessively rare. Most cramps come by stretching in the morning (in bed): Cupr-met. 3 globules every 10 minutes until the condition disappears. It is a good idea to place a large key in the bed at the feet. Eventually Calc.

Wounds from shoe spikes: Problem of runners/very painful and causes sometimes infection: Calen mother tincture, 2 drops in a little boiled water will often stop the bleeding and the infection.

Bleeding not pronounced/infected part: white/swollen/cold: Led every hour until the pain goes away. With strong bleeding: Crot-h 30 or 200 in the same way.

Overexertion of runners: Arn 4 hours apart or after a race, will permit the continuation of intensive training.

Weakness of the knees/ankles: „As if suddenly feel would give way or bend“: Calc-p. 30 or 200 morning and evening for several days.

Wounds of the feet: suppurating or healing slowly: Sil C 10.000

Blisters: from the heel rubbing against a shoe: an ointment of Calen applied locally and Caus 30, 3  globules morning and evening. This is also the remedy for chafing (intertrigo).

 

Swimming: has its own pathological manifestations in addition to cuts, blows, and strain common to all sports.

Exhaustion: One dose of Arn. C 10.000 even taken during the race itself will act very rapidly.

Cramps: in swimmers: Cupr. C 200 every ten minutes, or preventively.

Stings from sea anemones, blue bottles or jellyfish: Led. 3 globules every quarter of an hour until the pain eases. Follow up eventually: Acet-ac C 200, 1 or 2 a day for several days.

Seasickness: when starting with cold sweat and a constant desire to swallow saliva: Tab.

Strong nausea, vertigo, tendency to faint, sudden loss of orientation: Coc-c C 200, every ½ hour or 3 doses before the race.

 

Carpenters:

Arn.: any bruising injury, ragged cut, head injury, broken bones.

Hyper.: For pain FUL banged-up fingers and toes. Follows Arnica in head or spine injuries.

Led.: For puncture wounds. May help prevent tetanus. Follow with Hypericum if much pain.

Sil.: For splinters that are too deep to reach. Causes the body to expel them, even if they’ve been there for years. Note: Do not use Silica if you have any kind of surgical implant.

 

Welders:

Arn.: for any traumatic injury

Canth.: Top remedy for burns

Phos.: Use after Arnica for electric shock

Carb-v.: For the effects of breathing hot air

 

Arn: "overworked muscle" [from age/work/sports/arthritis/from pain, shock, and trauma (marked soreness & tenderness esp. touch or pressure)]/injury and reduce swelling/bruising/pain.

prior to dental work/surgeries/prolonged sports training (helps to gear up for repairing tissues from trauma/for pain)/relief while healing from injuries, fractures, muscular aches/for muscle

and joint injury (insomnia/prior and during jet lag and motion sickness).

Sonnestich.

Sonnenbrand.

Stich von Dorne (Prunus spinosa/Rubu/Elaeagnus) in Gelenke: Akut: 1. Swelling/stiffness/pain/infects, 2. Hands + foot soles swollen/hives, Chronisch: 3. Tender (to touch)/sore;

Wahn: sees people (self) hanging; suicide thoughts (slice wrists);

 

Headache.x

 

Elektrische Verbrennungen werden nekrotisch ohne Entzündung/Eiterung/Rötung.

 

Zahnarztbesuch: Mag-p. nerve pain/muscle tension. before and after dental work for tooth pain.

 

Gehirn-/Wirbelsäulenverletzungen, Steißbein-/Finger-/Zehenquetschungen schießender Schmerz entlang der Nervenbahnen

Arn.: C 30 1x bei Bedarf

Arn.: bei Gehirn- und Wirbelsäulenverletzung

Steißbeintrauma: Hyper. (Salbe)

Unfälle? Ein Mann stürzte aus einer Höhe von 15 Metern von einem Kokosnussbaum. Er kam ins Krankenhaus. Seine Knochenbrüche heilten. Aber er konnte nicht aufstehen und gehen.

Nach einem Monat wurde er in bettlägerigem Zustand entlassen, und die Ärzte sagten, dass sie nichts weiter für ihn tun könnten. Arnika usw. war bereits vergeblich versucht worden.

Ein Laie, gab dem Patienten eine Einzel-Dosis eines Arzneimittels, und am nächsten Tag fing er an, spazieren zu gehen und sich zu bewegen.

Schauen Sie in der Materia Medica von Boericke nach: es ist Mill.: „Schlimme Nachwirkungen nach Sturz aus großer Höhe“.

 

[Joseph D. Laurie]

Chilblains is tissue injury that occurs when a predisposed individual is exposed to cold and humidity. Capillary beds in the skin are damaged resulting in redness, inflammation, itching and blisters.

Agar.: Burning and itching “As if frozen”. Parts hot, swollen, red. Chronic inflammation of external nose.

Puls.: inflammation is livid, with itching and throbbing; < in the evening.  A dose night and morning.

Sulph.: inflammation and itching are severe, and the chilblains do not yield to other remedies.  A dose night and morning.

Petr.: Itching and burning like fire. Heel painfully swollen, red.

Nit-ac.: Itching, swelling, pain (in very cold weather). Inflammation from a slight degree of cold.

Zinc-met.: Chilblains on hand, itching and swelling violently.

Externally :

Arn.: Often useful during the first or inflammatory stage, when the swelling is hard, shining, and painful, with itching.  A dose morning and evening. Rub the chilblains with a liniment of equal parts

of strong tincture of Arnica and Glycerine.

Tamus.: Lightly paint it on the chilblains if they are too tender to bear rubbing, especially if dark coloured. Apply with a camel’s hair brush, allowing it to dry in.

 

Vergleich: Siehe: Direkte Hilfe + Erste Hilfegruppe + Erste Hilfe auf anthroposofische Basis (Elizabeth Renkert/M.D.Laura Josephson and Jeanne Schirm)

 

 

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