Giftengruppe Anhang 3                                                

                                               

[Thomas Blasig-Jäger/Peter Vint]

Pflanzenvergiftungen

Erste Hilfe:

Erbrechen lassen, aufgelöste Medizinalkohle geben,

Gaben von Glaubersalz und evtl. viel warmen Tee trinken lassen.

bei schweren Vergiftungen:

Schocklagerung / Schockprophylaxe, Tetanusprophylaxe, Mund zu Mund Beatmung.

in der Klinik:

Magenspülung (evtl. mit burgunderfarbener Kaliumpermanganatlösung), Substitution von Elektrolyten, Azidoseausgleich mit Natriumbikarbonat.

bei Schock

Plasmaexpander bei Krämpfen

Diazepam bei Atemlähmung

Intubation und Sauerstoffbeatmung, Nierenfunktionskontrolle, evtl.: Hämoperfusion, Herzschrittmacher, Atropin, Diurese, Digitalis-Antikörper etc., entsprechend

der Vergiftung und den Symptomen.

 

Pilzvergiftungen

erste Hilfe:

Viel trinken und erbrechen lassen, sofort aufgelöste Medizinalkohle geben und immer in eine Klinik einweisen!

in der Klinik:

siehe Pflanzenvergiftungen.

Spezialtherapie besonders bei Knollenblätterpilz erforderlich.

 

Schlangengifte

Antidot: wenn vorhanden, das entsprechende Serum – Applikation erfolgt u.U. wiederholt i.m. Ausbluten lassen der Bißstelle mit einem Blutschnäpper.

Kreislaufstabilisierende Maßnahmen (Bewegung/gehen lassen).

Applikation von äußerer Hitze

Metallvergiftungen

Die Behandlung wird gesondert bei den einzelnen Metallen angegeben.

Kontaktgifte

Hautspülung mit Polyethylenglykol und gründliches Nachspülen mit Wasser.

Säuren/Laugen

Niemals erbrechen lassen, da die Gefahr einer Verätzung der Luftröhre besteht. Bei Laugen nie Säuren geben. (allenfalls verdünnten Zitronensaft). Nur verdünnen.

Viel Wasser zu trinken geben.

Klinikeinweisung. Magenspülung über Sonde.

Sehr schnell handeln, der Säureschutzmantel des Magens schützt nur ungefähr 20 Sekunden.

Die Wirkung der Gifte auf den Menschen und der gekonnte Umgang damit war immer wesentlicher Bestandteil der Homöopathie. Richtig angewendete Homöopathie

kann ja auch, was Vergiftungen anbetrifft, Erstaunliches leisten und ist als eine gute Ergänzung zu schulmedizinischer Notfall- / Entgiftungsbehandlung anzusehen.

Die hier gemachten schulmedizinischen Angaben sind lediglich als  Gedächtnisstützen zu betrachten.

Sie Sie sind kein Ersatz für ein modernes Lehrbuch der Toxikologie oder eine entsprechende Fachfortbildung.

Zeichenerklärung

* Übertrag aus dem Abgleich der Rubriken, d.h. die Quellenangaben finden sich beim entsprechenden Arzneimittel.

 

Die dem Mittel vergleichbare Darmnosode (Quelle: The Bowel Nosodes, John Paterson, British Homœpathic Journal, July 1950 and 1953)

 

Gulf War Syndrome (= GWS) and Illnesses

 

Causes:

Sarin a deadly nerve agent, same as used in the Tokyo subway attacks.

Mustard gas, a blistering agent that can burn flesh and lungs.

Fallout of biological agents released during and after allied bombings of Iraqi chemical warfare munitions facilities.

Anthrax and Botulinum toxoid vaccines and several other experimental vaccines, all forcibly administered to US troops as guinea pigs. (There are remedies of these listed below.)

Vets were also exposed to at least 21 potential reproductive toxicants possibly harmful to them and their future children.

Pyridostigmine bromide, an anti-nerve agent pre-treatment drug forcibly administered to the US soldiers; it's use in conjunction with Deet insecticide repellant may have been noxious.

Fifteen Germ warfare agents such as mycoplasma fermentans and incognitus which infects human cells and damages them.

Depleted Uranium (DU) in the American and British weapons and armor used in the Gulf War. Troops and the civilian population were exposed to weapons made from radioactive depleted uranium.

DU is the most deadly cause of GWS. It consists of deadly radioactive nuclear waste and it is capable of causing almost all of the symptoms of the Gulf War illnesses.

DU was used in warfare for the first time in Operation Desert Storm. It was the Pentagon's first live field test of armor-piercing bullets, tank shells, and tank armor made of this deadly radioactive

nuclear waste. Because of DU's ability to penetrate steel, it has become a popular weapon with the brass (= leading officers in army). When fired, a DU shell combusts on impact, and as much as 70% of the material is released and turns into an aerosol of radioactive uranium particles. It becomes an irradiating powder in the air. It travels in the wind or becomes mixed with dust and dirt. It can be inhaled and ingested and it can be trapped in the lungs or kidneys.

'Depleted' Uranium is a deceptive term for the radioactive by-product of the uranium enrichment process. 'Depleted' does not mean non-radioactive. Depleted uranium is radioactive, with a half life of 4.4 billion years.  It now contaminates battlefields, military bases, proving grounds, the hundreds of thousands of soldiers who handled it,

and the innocent victims of war. DU remains imbedded in soil, water, and bodily fluids long after its use, where millions can come into contact with it. When these highly toxic uranium particles enter the body, they become lodged in major organs or bones, affecting the bone marrow and producing DNA damage.

 

The causes of GWS, when they are viewed objectively instead of through the haze of diversion and disinformation that are served up by the government and the corporate media, prove that the Pentagon's brass knowingly used their own soldiers as disposable guinea pigs and cannon fodder, and they should be liable for such behavior.

How the combination of these toxic and radioactive materials affect the immune system is not yet known, but the symptoms tell a lot.

The many illnesses, symptoms and disorders of GWS

These include many autoimmune symptoms and disorders; severe and chronic fatigue; chronic vomiting and diarrhea and other gastrointestinal illnesses; chronic fevers; skin sores and rashes including ones that look like giant ring worm; muscle and joint pain; severe weight loss (wasting away); immuno-suppressant disorders similar to AIDS;

heart problems, irregular heart beat; shortness of breath; headaches; bleeding and hemorrhaging; nasal congestion; twitching; oral ulcerations, blisters on the lips; swollen

lymph nodes; multiple chemical sensitivities; severe muscle and joint pain and aches; chronic and severe headaches; hemorrhaging from any orifice; urinary tract infections, urinary urgency, incontinence, and other urinary and bladder and kidney disorders; nerve damage; numbness and tingling; partial paralysis;

swollen lymph nodes; drooling; excessive sweating; cramping; diverticulitis; convulsions, loss of consciousness and coma; bizarre tumors and often brain stem tumors, and various radiation-caused cancers; lymphomas; leukemia; cervical cancer; severe sleep disorders, including insomnia for days at a time, night sweats; respiratory infections;

an inability to function physically and mentally; neurologic and neuropsychological symptoms; Hodgkin's Disease; lymphomas; tumors and various radiation caused cancers; Graves' Disease of the thyroid; microorganism infections; strange sensations that a body part is missing or as splashed with hot water or in ice; Multiple Sclerosis; Lou Gehrig's Disease (amyotrophic lateral sclerosis) and Guillain-Barr Syndrome-like symptoms. The female partners of affected G.I.'s and female G.I.'s are also developing ovarian cysts and tumors, cervical cancer, herpes, chlamydia; and a great number of other symptoms. Anxiety or nervousness are common, severe depression, deep sadness, memory loss, confusion, difficult concentration, personality changes, mood swings, irritability, violent angry rages, the need to calm down by self medicating with alcohol or drugs; and many are suicidal.

 

 

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