Mehrere Gruppen




Vergleich: Siehe: Alkaloiden allgemein + Insektengift + Pfeilgiftgruppe + Schlangen allgemein. + Anhang (Mary Aspinwall) + Anhang 2 (Max Daunderer) + Anhang 3

(Thomas Blasig-Jäger/Peter Vint) + Arsen and Cancer.+ Insektizide


[Swayne, 1998:217]

Toxicology is the study of the toxic properties of poisonous substances.

[Coulter (1981:45 - 46)]

During provings of potentized poisonous substances, the toxicological symptoms appear in a milder form.  It therefore follows that if similarities exist between

the proving and toxicological symptoms, then the remedy could be prescribed homoeopathically to treat patients who present with symptoms of a stingray sting.

A comparison of the proving symptom picture and the toxicological symptom picture will expand and clarify the action of the remedy (Taylor, 2004:2).


Pestizide: Das dreckige Dutzend

Sie gehören zu den berüchtigsten Stoffen der Erde: Die Chlorverbindungen des "Dreckigen Dutzends" sind krebserregend und hormonell wirksam. Ihre Tücke besteht

darin, dass sie sich über Jahre im Körper oder Stoffen anreichern, also mit der Zeit immer wirksamer und schädlicher werden.

Durch das Stockholmer Übereinkommen, die POP-Konvention (persisent organic polluters, langlebige organische Schadstoffe), sind sie seit 2004 weltweit verboten.

Zu der Gruppe gehört beispielsweise das Insektizid DDT, das Pilzmittel HCB und die Industriechemikalie PBC. Der ehemalige UNO-Generalsekretär Kofi Annan

bezeichnete die Stoffe mal als "Reisende ohne Ausweis": Sie werden über Wind und Flüsse auf der Erde verbreitet, auch weit von ihrem Nutzungsort entfernt.


[Annika Joeres]

Das Pestizid, das aus dem Wasserhahn tropft

Chlordecon rettete einst Bananenplantagen. Nun vergiftet es die Menschen auf den französischen Antillen. Der Fall zeigt, wie unberechenbar Pestizide sind.


[Arthur Hill Grimmer]

Carb-v. for most poisons

[Anitha Gobind]

The birth of homoeopathy may have taken place when Hippocrates prescribed a small dose of mandrake to treat mania. He was aware that mandrake produces

mania in large doses but he believed that small doses of mandrake could cure mania (Wikipedia, 2015b).Hippocrates had made two fundamental statements which were,

firstly, do no harm and secondly, the same things that can cause disease can cure it (Kratz, 2011). Hahnemann was motivated by Hippocrates' sentiments and conceived

the concept of homoeopathy. The principal of using poisons to cure a disease that is similar to their effects was not recent and had been advocated by Galen, Hippocrates

and Paracelsus.

In Galen’s time medicinal substances were tested on healthy individuals. Galen wanted the homoeopathic drug provings of new substances to be conducted on both sick

and healthy people.

Paracelsus had discovered the therapeutic properties of substances by monitoring the effects of poisonous substances ingested by healthy people (Wright, 1999).

Paracelsus had already stated in the 16th century that small doses of “what makes a man ill also cures him” (Wikipedia, 2015).

[C. Hering, M.D.]

Camphor is a principal antidote in all poisonings by vegetable substances, and particularly, sharp, acrid, burning poisons causing inflammation and redness. In all cases of poisoning, if the patient suffers from vomiting and diarrhoea, is pale, cold as ice, and almost senseless, in such cases, if you do not know what kind of poison has been taken, you should prefer giving camphor. It will often suffice to let the patient smell it, or it may be rubbed on his skin, or given by drops on sugar. It is the principal remedy for poisons from insects.

[Sharad Hansjee]

Snakes depend mainly on their muscle power to kill their prey. Some have an evolved venom apparatus. The venom is modified saliva and is produced and stored in salivary glands that are located behind the eyes on either side of the head. The venom can kill its prey but also aids in the digestive process (Marais, 2004).

The toxins from snake venoms are the most widely studied, due to their high toxicity and the necessity to produce antidotes or vaccines against them. Venomous snakes can

be divided into four families:

Elapidae (cobras, kraits, ringhals, mambas, and coral snakes),

Viperidae (crotalis and vipers),

Hydrophiidae (sea snakes)

Colubridae (only a small number of this large family are venomous).

The abundance and variety of toxins are even greater than the diversity of species of snake producing them, as all venoms are complex mixtures of proteins and 30 peptides with different properties. The mamba venoms are particularly rich in neurotoxins 4 species of mambas: the Dendroaspis angusticeps, D. angusticeps; the Western Dendroaspis angusticeps, D. viridis; the Black mamba, D. polylepis; and Jameson's mamba, D. jamesonii. They are all found in southern and tropical parts of Africa. The mamba venoms contain a number of toxins of great pharmacological interest: α-neurotoxins, which bind to postsynaptic nicotinic receptors; dendrotoxins, which block certain voltage-dependent potassium channels; and fasciculins, which are non-competitive inhibitors of acetylcholinesterase (Cervenansky, Dajas, Harvey and Karlsson, 1991) and calciseptins, which block L-type calcium channels; and muscarinic toxins (MTs), which bind to muscarinic acetylcholine receptors (Bradley, 2000).

Drug proving of the venom of Dendroaspis angusticeps Analysing Symptomatology in Relation to the Doctrine of Signatures and Toxicological Data. (


Entgiftungsorgane (Bauchspeicheldrüse, Leber-Galle und Nieren)


Any foreign protein which gets into the blood-lymph stream by eluding degradation through digestive enzymes constitutes a "poison" and the organism will protect itself against it by a very specific reaction of its globulins (formation of antibodies). In the course of this adaptive process anaphylactic and allergic phenomena are known to

occur under certain circumstances. The antigen-antibody reactions represent, in a way, only the spearhead of defensive activities. When in allergic conditions they produce symptoms, these are in the main stereotyped in that they indicate either spasms of involuntary muscles or changes in the permeability of the vessels. According to present theories they are due to the liberation of histamine-like substances from certain cells in the course of the immune-reaction. From our point of view, such syndromes lack distinctiveness, they do not suffice to distinguish the actions of one agent from those of another. For that purpose they have to be supplemented by methodical provings.

On the other hand, such allergic syndromes demonstrate the action of such an "allergens" to be a systemic one.

Spider toxins are a family of proteins that function as neurotoxins by causing a blockage of the calcium or potassium channels (Mackay, 1997:1525-1535)

Snake venoms are highly complex proteins/produced in oral and parotid salivary. glands and injected into the victim through poison fangs.

The method of application is important, for taken by the oral route snake venoms are nontoxic, being digested like other proteins.

Mineral poisons [arsenic/plant poisons (chemically more complex) toxic if taken orally].

Wasps, bees and scorpions inject their venom. The sting is carried on the abdomen of the insect.

Spiders carry their poison apparatus in the mouth region. These insects are worlds away from humans in terms of any relationship.

Toads have their venom in the skin, snakes carry it in the mouth.  Snakes as vertebrates, are the venom producers closest to humans.

The poison apparatus reaches maximum perfection in the most highly developed snakes (Lach.). The poison fang does not merely have a groove, as in the lower venomous snakes, but is like a hypodermic needle, so that the venom is really injected. All the other teeth in the upper jaw have become rudimentary, leaving only the poison fang and its replacements. This can be raised and

made to stand forward.

1. snake merely injects its victim with the venom,

2. pursues the animal until it collapses,

3. swallows it whole without biting or chewing.

The poisoning process is one of predigestion: prey that have not been previously injected with venom take much longer to digest. The poison fang thus takes on the function that normally consists in chewing.

Animal poisons are usually highly complex proteins, and generally speaking, their chemical structure is not yet fully known (indicating their complex nature).

Anxiety and apprehensiveness are symptoms of many animal poisons

Insects are wide away from humans in terms of any relationship. Spiders carry their poison apparatus in the mouth region and bite.


[Karasee Pillay]

Signature: Raven, Crow, Buzzard. Not the traditional interpretation of Raven medicine in American Indian medicine, but follows the southern Afro-American tradition. Antidotes to poisons that

are marked with a black spot or turn black quickly after death: wild indigo, lady's thumb (Polygonum persicaria), black cohosh, black medic. 

[C.G. Raue]

If we see a case soon after the swallowing of poison, this poison must be either removed or neutralized - acids by alkalies (Bases can be thought of as the chemical opposite

of acids), alkalies by acids.

Chronic consequences require:

after acids: Calc.

after alkalies: Nit-ac.

after ethereal oils : Nux-v. Arsen.

after metals: Hep.

(This is not complete. Be sure to contact a poison control center)

[T.F. Allen]

Poisoning by charcoal fumes: Arn. Bov.

[Dr. G.H.G. Jahr]

Camphor is a specific remedy for the ill effects of poisoning insects (cantharides), internally or externally.


Carnelian (= Karneol) act as an antidote to poison and bites from wasps, bees, and scorpions


Alcohol: Chelidonium C 3H and C 30H reduce alcohol content of the blood significantly in 30 minutes.


Tieren: Schlangen: Venoms are at least 90% protein (by dry weight), and most of the proteins in venoms are enzymes, of which proteolytic enzymes, phospholipases and hyaluronidases are the most common types.

Proteolytic enzymes catalyse the breakdown of tissue proteins, dissolving cells and tissue at the bite site and causing local pain and swelling. Phospholipases may be mildly toxic or highly destructive of musculature and nerves and the hyaluronidases dissolve intercellular materials and hasten the spread of the venom through the prey’s tissue.

Venom composition can vary among individuals of the same species and even in the same litter. Variation in venom constituents is greater among geographically different populations. Venom components are broadly characterised by how they work to disturb normal function:


Andere Reptilien. Insekten. Bufo. Fische

Cardiotoxins - which depolarise cardiac muscles and alter heart contraction, possibly leading to heart failure

Haemorrhagins - destroy capillary walls, causing haemorrhages near and distant from the bite

             Hemotoxic venom: affects the body's ability to coagulate, leading to extensive blood loss caused by external and internal bleeding.

Coagulation - retarding compounds - prevents blood clotting

Thromboses - coagulate blood throughout the circulatory system

Haemolysins - destroy red blood cells

Cytolysins - destroy white blood cells

             Cytotoxic venom: attacks the body cells or tissues, causing intense pain, excessive swelling and marked symptoms of shock.

Neurotoxins - block the transmission of nerve impulses to muscles.

            Neurotoxic venom: attacks the central nervous system, affecting movement, breathing, swallowing, speech and sight.

Venoms contain various combinations and quantities of the above constituents to ensure that snake venom is an effective tool for incapacitating prey and selfdefence

thereby ensuring the snake’s survival.

Myotoxic venom: causes muscle necrosis, eventually resulting in death through kidney and heart failure.

Monoglutumat = Neurotoxin


Pflanzen: plant poisons toxic taken orally (chemically more complex as mineral poisons).

Abr. Abs. Acidums. Aconitae. Act-sp. Adon. Agraph. Ail. Alkaloiden. Amyl-n. Anacardiacea. Atha. Bell. Bruc. Coloc. Con. Cund. Cur. Daph. Dicha. Dig. (spp + Giften). Drym. (= Cinnmd-c). Euphorbiales. Fabales (teilweise). Fab. Fungi. Gentianales. Hell-n. Hell-v. Hydr. Ign. Ip. Jab. Jal. Lact-v. Lachn. Liliaceae. Manc. Mez. Oena. Oua.

Oxy-sc. Pareir. Passi. Rhus-t. Solanaceae.

Squil. Tax. Upas.


Allopatische Medizin: Antip. Apom-m. Atro. Benzo. Betablocker. Carbn-h. (= Aethyl.) Chinin-ar. Chlpr. Cisplatin. Cyclosporin. Cyt-l.


Drogen: Catha. Diox. Erythr.


Gasen: Carb-diox. Chlf. Chlorum.


Krankheiten: Anthrac. Botu. Brucella. Tetanus.


Mineralien: Anthraco. Anthrac. Argentums. Arsen. Benz.(n.). Benzo. Bismutum. Cadmiums. Caesium. Cobaltums. Cuprums. Ammoniums. Antimoniums. Ferrums. Fluor. Franc. Mercuriusverbindungen. Schwermetallen.


[David Little]

As in the plant remedies the poisons act most quickly and violently while those with strong mineral affinities tend to be slower acting. This shows the suitability of certain animal remedies for crisis and others for more chronic miasms and degenerative diseases. In general, all foreign animal substances that are not nutritional act toxically on the human organism and invoke strong, instinctive, defensive reactions.

The virulent poisons like the Insecta, Arachnida, Reptiles and Ophidians produce the most rapidly developing delusions, delirium and dreams. The animal realm is under control of the subconscious mind rather than the rational human spirit. These emotions are seated in the "reptilian brain" which rules over our early evolutionary epochs and are not under the conscious control of the individual ego. The battle to control the "beast" within is an essential theme of the animal world remedies. The old reptilian brain has not changed much since humans lived in caves and is confused by the

rapid changes of the last century. The struggle between the animal and human nature within our species is the source of many myths, fables and religious teachings.




The astral impulse does not go deep into these plants so we don't find any poisonous substances in the palm trees.

Snake "the patient sleeps into aggravation". Modality found with the venoms of other snakes and other animals (Apis./Bufo).


Acidum formicicum e formica rufa.

Acon. = Blauen Eisenhut/= Monkshood/= Ziegentod/= Teufelswurz/= Sturmhut/= Venuswagen/= Fuchswurz/= Giftkraut/= Kappenblume/= Wolfskraut/= Würgling

Adam. = Schutz vor Schlangen/Feuer/Gift/Krankheit/Dieben/Flut/Dämonen/Geisteskrankheit/Untreue/Feigheit.

Amph. = Sil-ähnlich


Apis. = Nat-m-ähnlich + derb/= Ars + < Wärme

Apisin. = Apis + fröstelt



Aran-s. = Aethyl-ähnlich

Araninum. = Gift Aranea ixobola


Arsen. = König der Gifte

Atra-r. = Aran-ähnlich WILL ins Bett gehen






Buth-a. = Sil-insekt/= Arist-cl-ähnlich

Carbon monoxid. = Gas

Cic. = Cowbane/= Wasserschierling/= Ciqué aquatique/= Waterhemlock/= Giftwütherich/


Gels. "Elektrisches Fiebermittel"

Glyphosat = Antibiotikum/bindet Metalle/töte nützliche Bakterien, nicht gefährliche wie Salmonellen. Lässt Bienen Orientierung verlieren. Quelle:


Helo. Akut = Tub-ähnlich + schnell

Hyos. Nach dem Genuss von verdorbenen Speisen und Getränken, Übelkeit und, Erbrechen, Schmerzhaftigkeit in der Magengegend, Durst mit Unverträglichkeit gegen Getränke,

Singultus. und Kollapssymptome. Stets erfolgte nach vergeblicher Anwendung anderer Mittel auf den Gebrauch von Hyoscyamus in kürzester Zeit Nachlassen der Störungen.

Lampona. cylindrata



Lat-m. = Cact + heftig/= Kali-br-ähnlich + spirituell/= Tarent-ähnlich


Medus. = Mischung zwischen Nat-m + Sep/= Nat-m + nicht eifersüchtig/hat Hist-ähnliche Wirkung

Mercurius. = Hydrargyrum = Wassersilber/= lebendiges Silber des Merkur (= Hermes)/= Wasser der Philosophen/= Schaum des giftigen Hundes/=

geschwänzte Skorpion/= giftige Schlange/= Sonnemetall (kann als einzige Aur-met. angreifen)




Parathion. E 605

Physala-p. = Portugiesische Galeere

Portia fimbriata. = jumping spider


Ran-s. = Gifthahnenfuß/= Morteuax vaches/= Celeryleaved crowtort

red. tide“ = Überproduktion von Algen. im Wasser/Wasser. = verfärbt (oft rot)/= oft giftig (Saxi.)


Saxi. .= Gift in Muscheln verursacht durch vergiftete Algen/in „red tide“



Scor. = Strych-/Vip-a-vergiftung-ähnlich/= Verat + INtensiv:

Ser-ang. = Ichthyotoxinum


Tarent-c. = Tarent - empfindlich + schwach + schweiß - Unruhe


Ther. = Lat-m-ähnlich + Schwindel/= Puls-ähnlich + Wechseljahre:


Trach-d. = Dig-ähnlich + Ödem/= All-c-ähnlich + Absonderung morgens (alle Körperöffnungen) + < Kälte


Vesp. = Apis-ähnlich + = > Essigumschläge i. B. zur Haut




Der. = Fischgift



Pisc. = Wurzelrinde/= Jamaican dogwood

Sarcolobus narcoticus Gentianales. bark prepare his arrow poison

Saponinen verbinden Luft mit Wasser/enthalten in Fischgift/vernichtet Rote Blutkörperchen

Thev. = Fischgift

Verb. = Fischgift




Ciguatera poison in ocean fish Siehe Saxi.



Giften mit Getreide. kommend (Lol. Agros. Sec.).


Schwermetallenausleitung. (Thomas Wedemeyer)


Antidotiert von: Vitamin C.; Chol. counteracts action saponins/venom of bees/spiders/snakes.



Allerlei: Stacheln. sind Hinweis auf Entgiftung. Ruderalpflanzen bilden Ausläufer/entfernt treiben sie eben dort wieder aus. Zu diesen "lästigen Unkräutern" gehören (Glech/Gali-a/Trit-r.).

Dornen, Stacheln oder Mettfrüchte sind Signaturen von Ausleitungspflanzen. Diese Waffen der Pflanzen verkörpern das wehrhafte Prinzip des Mars/steigern auch die Abwehrkräfte (Eleuthero.).

Stacheln, Dornen, Haaren sind das Si-prinzip.

Syphillis. = Basiliskengift.


Zeichen einer Vergiftung:

Plötzliche Verhaltensänderung des Kindes, z.B. Müdigkeit, Erregung, Zittern, Unsicherheit beim Gehen, Speichelfluss krampfartige Bauchschmerzen, Übelkeit, Erbrechen, Durchfall, Kopfschmerz,

Schwindel, Bewusstseinstrübung, Apathie, Bewusstlosigkeit

Im schlimmsten Fall drohen eine Atemstörung bis hin zum Atemstillstand, Schock und Herz-Kreislauf Versagen.

Was tun?

Sind noch Reste des Eingenommenen im Mund des Kindes? Versuchen Sie, diese mit einem Finger aus dem Mund zu wischen.

Wenn der Giftstoff bekannt ist und das Kind keine Vergiftungserscheinungen zeigt: Giftnotruf: siehe Liste Ansonsten: Rufen Sie ärztliche Hilfe über den Notruf o. suchen Sie sofort eine Ambulanz

auf. Bewahren Sie alle (vermuteten) Reste des Eingenommenen o. Erbrochenes auf und nehmen Sie alles mit zum Arzt.

Geben Sie dem Kind nichts zu essen o. zu trinken. Vor allem Milch ist gefährlich. Denn entgegen der landläufigen Meinung ist sie im Vergiftungsfall nicht nützlich, sondern bewirkt, dass das Gift

schneller ins Blut aufgenommen wird.

Kind nicht gezielt erbrechen lassen.

Beobachten Sie Atmung und Kreislauf.


Not many piscine types of venom have been analyzed but their most potent effects are on the cardiovascular system. This includes the release of nitric oxide or other agents from the endothelial

cells these have a depolarizing effect on nerve and muscle cells and smooth muscle contraction occurs.

The potent cytolytic activity of most piscine venoms is likely the mechanism that causes cardiovascular and neuromuscular effects.


Achtung bei Aufnahme von stark ätzenden Stoffen! Sie sind vor allem in Spülmaschinen-, Toiletten- und Haushaltsreinigern enthalten.

Hier gilt: Lassen Sie das Kind viel trinken, um die giftige Substanz zu verdünnen (Wasser, Tee, jedoch keine kohlensäurehaltigen Getränke, keine Milch). Das Kind darf auf keinen Fall erbrechen

(Verätzungsgefahr von Speiseröhre und Mund!).




Allerlei: China: Kröte = Frosch Langes Leben, unerreichbare Wünsche, Unverwundbarkeit; eines der fünf Gifttiere

                        Schlange - Schlauheit, Bosheit, Hinterlist; 6. Tier im chinesischen Tierkreis, eines der fünf Gifttiere

                        Skorpion - Eines der fünf Gifttiere

                        Spinne - Glück, Eintreffen eines willkommenen Gastes; aber auch eines der fünf Gifttiere

                        Onis.= Tausendfüßler - Eines der fünf Gifttiere:



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