Miasma Malaria

 

Malaria                                              (Akut  Malaria    Sykose)                                                                   Needing help/Victimization

[Sankaran] Stuck Intermittent attack Persecution Unfortunate Colic Neuralgia Paroxysmal Contemptuous Disobedient Malaria Worms Migraine Periodicity Harassed Hindered Obstructed

              Excitement # acceptance

Malarial Miasm: Acute feeling of threat that comes up intermittently, in phases, between which there is an underlying chronic, fixed feeling of being deficient. Characterized by sudden, acute manifestations that come up from time to time, followed by periods of quiescence. stuck; persecution; colic; paroxysmal; malaria; worms; migraine; periodicity; hindered; obstructed; torture

 

Krankheit: Malaria-Erreger: Plasmodium, ein einzelliger Parasit.

Der Überträger und Zwischenwirt der Malaria ist die weibliche Anopheles-Mücke. Inkubationszeit 8 -12 Tage

300 - 500 Millionen Menschen sind an Malaria erkrankt.

Die Krankheitsentstehung/-entwicklung wird möglicherweise durch freiwerdende Stoffwechselprodukte, die hämolytische Anämie und durch Autoimmunreaktionen des Wirts sowie durch kapillare Stase infolge Verklumpung befallener Erythrozyten bestimmt.

Zyklischer Verlauf mit grippeähnlichen Vorläuferstadium und Fieberanfällen.

Malaria tropica - schwerste und akut lebensbedrohliche Verlaufsform - Bewusstseinstrübung bis zum Koma, Nierenversagen, Störungen im Elektrolyt- Säure- und Basenhaushalt, respiratorische Insuffizienz, Hämolyse - Abbau der Erythrozyten (rote Blutkörperchen)

Malaria tertiana - Fieberanfälle alle 48 Stunden; neigt zu Revidenzen, die auch nach Jahren auftreten können

Malaria quartana - günstige Prognose bei adäquater Therapie der akuten Phase (Achtung: Nierenbeteiligung) Rückfall nach Jahren möglich.

 

Situation is still less severe/patient suffers but is not in immanent danger for his life. Instead he finds himself repeatedly accosted by highly uncomfortable conditions. These conditions leave him weak

and vulnerable between the attacks/partially crippled by the condition causing him to be dependent on those around him. His forward progress is arrested as he deals with these harassing attacks/for

chronic conditions, the remedies of the malarial miasm feel they are facing recurring attacks from life - they feel stuck in a situation where nothing goes right and he is never truly well/can do little more than complain or act out. Patients in this miasm often feel miserable and make those around them miserable from their negative outlook (intermittent fevers/recurring hemorrhoids/recurring or allergic asthma/migraines/neuralgia/rheumatism).

Kennzeichen Bedrohung # Schwäche erlebt. Anlauf = Bedrohung - Aufgeben = Schwäche. Der fiebrige Zustand wirkt bedrohlich. Fiebriger Dämmerzustand. Schwebt weg (Clem). Fieberkrise - Rückzug in eine Traumwelt. Geistig abwesend. Reiche Vorstellungskraft. Fehlender Realitätsbezug. Wahrnehmung der Umwelt wird getrennt “Wie durch eine Watteschicht erlebt”. Schwebend. Benebelt. Dumpf

Distinct feeling of being stuck in a situation that is hopeless. Feel isolated as no one can understand the plight they are in. The feeling of being stuck even surfaced in the dreams.

There were intermittent stages of depression and absolute frustration # periods of mania and a sense of being very important with great responsibility. There were also intermittent attack of violent homicidal and suicidal thoughts. They are lamenting and paranoid. Physical symptoms incl. rheuma, headaches, skin complaints and complaints of the respiratory system.

 

The Malarial miasm carries with it the acute sensation of a threat that arises in erratic phases within the individual. Between these phases lies the chronic, fixed feeling of

being deficient (Sankaran 2005: 54). During the course of the research study, provers experienced the theme of being persecuted by those around them - this included

feeling as if they were persecuted by God himself. The following symptoms relate to the Malarial miasm:

Persecution;

Hindered;

Attacked;

Stuck;

Unfortunate;

Obstructed;

Neuralgia.

 

schikane

Kälte # Hitze/Stuck and intermittently attacked.

Patient suffering + not in immanent danger for his life. Is repeatedly accosted by highly uncomfortable conditions (leave him weak/vulnerable between the attacks/

= partially crippled by the condition causing him to be dependent on those around him/progress is arrested by dealing with harassing attacks).

For chronic conditions, „As if facing recurring attacks from life“/“As if stuck in a situation where nothing goes right and he is never truly well“. Must complain or act out.

irritable; often miserable + make those around them miserable from their negative outlook. Intermittent fevers/recurring hemorrhoids/recurring (allergic) asthma/migraines/neuralgia/rheuma

[Sankaran]

The Malarial miasm exists between the Acute and Sycotic miasms. A malarial infection is marked by periods of dormancy with sudden acute attacks of fever with chills followed again by a quiet phase. The main feeling here is of persecution and being hindered. The attitude of this type of patient is one of acceptance with the feeling that he is unfortunate, complaining and fantasizing.

Hope in this patient is reflected through fantasies rather than effort. This miasm is largely characterized by the patients’ acceptance of being unfortunate. The alternation or intermittency is seen as acute excitement and acceptance of his situation. Pathologies include migraines, neuralgia, worms, rheumatism and colic (Sankaran, 2005:67).

The keywords he uses for Malarial miasmatic classification are:  stuck, persecution, colic, paroxysmal, malaria, worms, migraine, periodicity, hindered, obstructed, torture (Sankaran, 2002:62).

 

Abies-n. Abrom-a. Am-c. Am-m. Ang. Ant-c. Arum-m. Aur-mk. Berb. Bol-e. Cact. Cann-s. Caps. Casc. Cedr. Chel. Chelo. Chin (+ it’s salts). Cina. Clem. Colch. Coll. Coloc. Dios. Eup-per. Eup-pur. Ib. Ir-vg. Kali-m. Kalm. Lac-d. Lysim. Mag-m. Magn-gr. Merl. Meny. Myric. Nat-m. Peon. Polyp-p. Prun. Ran-b. Rhus-r. Rob. Ros-c. Sarr. Spig. Sumb. Verb.

Nosoden: Malaria Compound Nos. [(Plasmodium falciparum, Plasmodium vivax, Plasmodium ovale, Plasmodium malariae) Fall:]. Malaria tropica. Remedia.at.

Most sugars. fall in the malarial or typhoid miasm.

 

Vergleich: Siehe: Stadium 5:

 

 

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