Chlf. C + H + Cl/= Methan + Chlor
Electro-anaesthesia, which involves the stimulation of endogenous opiates.
Ethyl(enum) . wird nicht mehr gebraucht
Ketamin (Luisa Jacobs/Saskia Gerhard)
Narcoticum muriaticum. (Narcot-m)
Procain = Novocain/= Lidocain/Betäubungsmittel/hergestellt aus Suc-ac.
Anesthetics epidural (peridurale anesthesie of epidurale anesthesie genoemd en de spinale anesthesie. Bij peridurale anesthesie wordt tussen twee wervels, na verdoving van de huid, een naald
ingebracht. De naald wordt opgeschoven totdat het uiteinde zich bevindt in een loge van de wervelkolom juist buiten het harde hersenvlies. In deze ruimte wordt vervolgens een plaatselijk verdovend middel, al of niet gemengd met een morfine-achtige stof, ingespoten. Na verloop van een tiental minuten ontstaat een verdoving met uitschakeling van gevoel en beweging) (enthält: Lidocaine,
Diazepam en Oxytocinum).
Schmerz nach die Epiduralanästhesie: Nat-s.
A local anesthetic drug of the amino ester group. Used primarily to reduce the pain of intramuscular injection of penicillin/in dentistry.
Bromine represents the high point in the narcotic effect of the halogen series
Opium 30, (drops) ¼ hourly to arouse the patient after general anesthesia.
Antimonium tart 6c, to prevent chest complications from general anesthesia in chesty patients. Thrice daily for several days before and one week after procedure.
[Dr. Fred Morgan]
Tired and cannot work after Novocain: Cocaine in potency.
Twilight Sleep. [= Morphinum HCl cum Scopolaminum HBr/= Dämmerschlaf an amnesic condition characterized by insensibility to pain without loss of consciousness, induced by an injection of
morphine and scopolamine (to relieve the pain of childbirth]/induces a semi-narcotic state which produces the experience of childbirth without pain, or without the memory of pain. The term 'Twilight
Sleep' is also sometimes used to refer to modern intravenous sedation. Negative side effects: Some were emotional, i.e. that it removed the mother from the experience of childbirth, leaving her with
no memory of the labor or delivery of the child.
A Nebraskan woman stated of the experience of twilight sleep, “The next thing I knew I was awake [...] and then I thought to myself "I wonder how long before I shall begin to have the baby," and
while I was still wondering a nurse came in with a pillow, and on the pillow was a baby, and they said I had had it -perhaps I had- but I certainly can never prove it in a courtroom.”
Depressive effects on the central nervous system of the infant/resulting in a drowsy newborn with poor breathing capacity].
[Dr. W.F. Mundy of Forest, Ohio]
"It does not produce the insensibility to pain claimed for it. It merely induces a loss of memory, with the bad effect that it generally renders the patient so unmanageable as seriously to hamper labor."
Vergleich: Acet-ac. (Antidot gegen alle anästhesierenden Gase);
Nightshades. (the poisonous ones such as Bell, Stram, etc.) are parasympatholytics. They are neurological toxins that suppress the parasympathetic nervous system. This leaves the sympathetic nervous system unrestrained – the fight or flight response is thus intensified. This leads to a type of “wildness”, a lack of inhibition. This is why you’ll see some nightshades who are somewhat shameless in presentation.
Often we are told to consider Stram, Bell, or Hyos in children who are violent and out of control. However, nightshades in adults often present as over controlled. They may have a very violent history,
but often learn to suppress or even over-control their reactions. They can become emotionally somewhat cold for this reason – this is true in particular of Belladonna. So they present with nervous tics, impulse control issues, rages, etc. This is indicative of their system’s attempt at keeping things under control.
Adult Nightshade patients can also often get stuck in their head, in their intellect, to avoid emotions. This is seen in this patient (see this issue: Stramonium, a case of PTSD) as he talks about always trying to wonder why this happened, or brooding on the past always with trying to find an answer. They can also avoid emotions via this physical restlessness as he describes. These are used as strategies to avoid experiencing feelings directly.
In this case too, you can see the split between the “dark-side” or the unconscious and the conscious side. He often refers to having lost one side of himself, or the repeating dream of darkness on one side and light on the other. The voice calling him to the dark side. This again shows the common conflict seen in nightshades with this split, or lack of integration.
Of course the toxic nightshades are also narcotics. But their use in the old times was different from the sacred psychedelics of the old times. Peyote, Ayahuasca, and Psilocybin have been traditionally used to alter consciousness and then come back with a lesson, something learned for our conscious side.
Yet the toxic nightshades were often used before battle, to help one do their killing without remorse. Then when the drug wore off, they couldn’t recall their violence. This helps to understand why these different broad classes of narcotics have different applications in homeopathy. Patients needing the sacred narcotics are often struggling with being too open to the universe, struggling between feeling too blended with the larger world, or feeling totally isolated. The nightshades are certainly can also be oversensitive to the world around them. Yet the emphasis is more on struggling with trying to keep their “dark-side” under control. Nightshades are useful for patients with difficulty integrating their “dark-side” with their daily life. It appears that their dark side is their feelings or needs they had to suppress in the past for fear of being forsaken.
After effects of anesthesia
It looks the anesthesia is still working. It is as if the patient has not returned form the anesthesia, as if they are not back to earth, as if they are not back into their body.
The most common ones are:
- Concentration problems
- Lack of vitality
- Lack of energy
- Absent mindedness
- Lack of productivity
The experience with Opium is quite good. But there were also cases where Opium had little or no effect. Since 10 years I mostly use Xenon.x in these cases. It mostly works faster and better than Opium.
It can also be prescribed as a preventive, before the operation (patients scared for the operation and the after effects).
After effects of anesthesia
Concentration problems/forgetfulness/absent mindedness
- Erbrechen: Phos. man gibt es am besten 12 Stunden vorher.
Lack of vitality/lack of energy/lack of productivity
Acet-ac. antidotiert alle anästhesierenden Gase
Op: In the past Opium was mostly prescribed homeopathically.
Xenon: one of 6 noble gasses in the periodic system/are inert (= “noble” = not making chemical bonds). In general the effects are anesthetic/produce symptoms of not feeling, not being present. Anesthesia is needed during operations.
Xenon: mostly works faster and better than Op. Can be prescribed preventiv (patients scared for the operation and the after effects).
Is the strongest of the noble gasses in anesthetic effects. Inhaled produces complete anesthesia, coma. It would be ideal in the operation room for induces anesthesia (is to expensive).
According to the Law of similar it is clear that Xenon must be a great remedy for coma and similar like states, such as after effects of anesthesia or the coma after accidents.
Aceticum acidum kann die Wirkung einer Inhalationsnarkose (Inhalationsanästhesie) aufheben
Medorrhinum ist eine ausgezeichnete Arznei, wenn Konzentrations- und Gedächtnisproblemeoder Verwirrtheit nach einer Narkose auftreten. Der Betroffene hat Orientierungsprobleme,
verliert den Faden beim Reden, erinnert sich nicht einmal mehr an seinen eigenen Namen, ist total verwirrt, scheint in Richtung Demenz zu gehen, hat Angst davor, den Verstand zu verlieren, erzählt immer wieder das Gleiche; solche massiven Folgen von Narkose sind mehrheitlich bei älteren Patienten anzutreffen und eine Dosis Med. C 200 oder C M hilft ihnen rasch, ihre Balance wieder zu finden.
Antidotiert von: Acet-ac.
Allerlei: 1. Je fettlöslicher desto größer die Wirkung (Nerven = fett-ähnlich).
2. Greifen Aminosäuren in Nerven an was Nervenfunktion stört.
3. GaBa. (= Gammaaminobuttersäure) steuert öffnen + schließen der Ventile in Ionenkanäle der Nerven + hemmt dadurch Stärke der Impulsen.
Anästhetika gebrauchen GaBa-rezeptoren (= Andockstellen)/trifft mehr zu auf injizierte Anästhetika als auf inhalierte.