Itching and burning: Cantharis.

Itching and burning with redness: Agar.

Frostbeule: Betroffenes Teil baden im ersten Morgenurin/dann so viel wie möglich zu gleichen Teilen Aloe vera Gel und Calendulaöl gemischt,

auftragen und einwirken lassen/Füße warm halten/Hausschuhe tragen; breite/gut isolierende Schuhe tragen

Äußerlich: zerkleinerte Blütenspitzen von Eric-vg. auf Gelenke. Heißer Umschlag: Frostbeule/Rheuma








Ran-b.: Umschlag

Tamus communis o. Dioscorea communis äußerlich






Schneckenstein, blauer

Topas, blauer


Lagopus mutus

Schnurbaum, japanischer

Sophora japonica


Alfa alfa



Schneeball, wilder

Ceanothus americanus


Cimex lectularis


Galanthus nivalis


Helleborus niger

Schneerose, sibirische



Acis = snowflake Asparagales.

Anemone hepatica = Leberblümchen/= Schneekaddn/= Sternleberkraut/= blaues Herzblumenkraut Ranunculales.

Breynia disticha = Snowbush Malphigiales.

Carpobrotus edulis = Mesembryanthemum crystallinum = sour. fig.= ice. plant/= Eiskraut/= Sodapflanze versalzt Boden Salzverarbeiter. Sukkulenten. Caryophylales.

Cean..= Schneeball/= Red root

Chion. = Schneeflockenbaum/= Old man’s beard

Chionodoxa luciliae/= Squilla luciliae = Schneestolz/= Sternhyazinthe Winterblüher. Asparagales.

Cist. = Kanadisches Sonnenröschen/= Icewood


Conv. = Augenkraut/= Glasblümli/= Schneetropfen

Galan. = Schneeglöckchen/= Snowdrop

Glacies mariae. = Fraueneis/= Spiegelstein/= Mondenstein/= Selenite/= kristalliertes Gips/= Art Alabaster (siehe oben)           

Gyps hymalayensis. = Schneegeier

Halesia carolin a o. Tetraptera = Sneeuwklokjesboom Ericales.

Hell. = Schwarze Nieswurz/= Christmas rose/= Schneerose/= Teufelskraut

Kryolith (= Eisstein Na3AlF6.)

Leucojum vernum = schneeglöckchen/= märzglöckchen/= snowflake Asparagales.

Mesembryanthemum crystallinum. = Mittagsblume/= Eisblume/= Kristall-Mittagsblume/= Sodapflanze/= Zaserblume

Monotropa uniflora. = Indian pipe/= Ice-plant/= Bird's nest/= Fit-plant/= Ova ova/= Pipe plant/= Ghost flower/= Corpse plant/= wax plant

Rhod. = Alpenrose/= Siberian Snow Rose

Scilla Siehel = Sneeuwroem Asparagales.

Physocarpus opulifolia = Sneeuwbal Rosales.

Pisum sativum = Snowpea Fabales.



Schnee = weiße Tod.

Serissa foetida = Baum der tausend. Sterne./= Junischnee Gentianales. Bonsaigruppe.

Squilla o. Chionodoxa luciliae = Sneeuwroem/= Schneestolz Asparagales.

Sym-r. = Schneebeere

Symphoricarpus albus = Sneeuwbes Dipsacales.

Symphoricarpus foetidus = eastern skunk.-cabbage. Alismatales. Faulgruppe. kann Schnee schmelzen lassen

Vib-o. = Wasserschneeball/= Viburne obier/= Crampbark/= high cranberr/ = Sneeuwbal

Viburnum lantana = Wollige Sneeuwbal Dipsicales.

Zinc burned in air [= white snow/= philosopher’s wool. (a substance in alchemy transmuting base metals into gold)]/= zinc white used as a pigment.


Vergleich: Siehe: Weiß + Weihnachtsgruppe + Winterblüher


Carb-diox. [= Carbonic acid gas/carbonic anhydride/= dry ice (solid)/= CO2]



[F.J. Master]

„ Glimpses of the Association Between Fairy Tales and Homoeopathy “

Below we narrate Grimm's fairy tale version, translated by Margaret Hunt, language modernized by Leanne Guenther:

Once upon a time, long, long ago a King and Queen ruled over a distant land. The Queen was kind and lovely and all the people of the realm adored

her. The only sadness in the Queen's life was that she wished for a child but did not have one. One winter day, the Queen was doing some needle work while

gazing out her ebony window at the new fallen snow.

A bird flew by the window startling the queen and she pricked her finger. A single drop of blood fell on the snow outside her window. As she looked at the blood

on the snow she said to herself, "Oh, how I wish that I had a daughter that had a skin as white as snow, lips as red as blood, and hair as black as ebony. "

Soon after that, the kind Queen got her wish when she gave birth to a baby girl who had skin as white as snow, lips as red as blood and hair as black as ebony.

They named the baby princess Snow White, but sadly, the Queen died soon after giving birth to Snow White.

Soon after, the King married again a woman who was beautiful, but also proud and cruel. She had studied dark magic and owned a magic mirror, to which she would daily

ask, "Mirror, mirror on the wall, who's the fairest of them all?" The reply was always: "You are, your Majesty," until the dreadful day when she heard it say,

"Snow White is the loveliest in the land." The stepmother was furious and wild with jealousy. She began plotting to get rid of her rival. Calling one of her trusted servants,

she bribed him with a rich reward to take Snow White into the forest, far away from the Castle. Then, unseen, he was to put her to death. The greedy servant, attracted by

the reward, agreed to do this deed, and he led the innocent little girl away. However, when they came to the fatal spot, the man's courage failed him and leaving

Snow White sitting beside a tree, he mumbled an excuse and ran off. Snow White was all alone in the forest. Night came, but the servant did not return. Snow White, alone

in the dark forest, began to cry bitterly. She thought she could feel terrible eyes spying on her, and she heard strange sounds and rustlings that made her heart thump.

At last, overcome by tiredness, she fell asleep curled under a tree. Snow White slept fitfully, wakening from time to time with a start and staring into the darkness round her. Several times, she thought she felt something, or somebody touch her as she slept. the Prince's kiss broke the spell. To everyone's astonishment, Snow White opened her eyes.

She had amazingly come back to life. Now completely in love with her, the Prince asked Snow White to marry him, and the dwarfs reluctantly had to say good bye to Snow White. From that day on, Snow White lived happily in a great castle. But from time to time, she was drawn back to visit the little cottage down in the forest.



Conscientious about trifles


Delusions – receiving injury




Feels forsaken




Industrious in household affairs


















Complxion – fair, blond light


Delicate constitution


Snow White Now let us examine in the repertory the rubrics of Snow White:

I think that Snow Whites constitutional type is Silicea terra.

It is a remedy with emotional refinement, elegance and beauty, fit for a princess. They have light brown or black hair with delicate and pale facial features.

Silicea terra with the above qualities frequently becomes a victim of jealousy, as can be seen in the case of Snow White who was driven out by her stepmother and was abandoned in the forest.

The fastidious nature of Silicea terra is expressed in the story when Snow White tries out all the seven beds, changing them one after another finding one bed too long, another too short, another too hard and another too soft, until finally she falls asleep on the seventh bed.

In this story, Snow White never panics or gets terrorised even when she was left all alone in the wilderness. Her psyche was balanced and stable. Silicea terra patients I have seen are

always even tempered and sober, as also Snow White who in spite of being so very beautiful never once was proud of her beauty. This is true for Silicea terra, as they are never boastful, and will never exert their will too strongly on others.

Snow White enjoys taking good care of the dwarf's in their cottage (cooking, making their beds, washing utensils). She does this very willingly and dutifully, which indicates the conscientious and industrious nature of Snow White.

Self-effacement and imperturbability are the two self- protective mechanisms used by Silicea terra patients to overcome their sensitive nature, which cannot easily forget the pain; though it is remembered at the physical level, as the wounds are slow to heal. The common areas of Silicea terra's hurt are peer pressure, family disputes, a clash of egos

at their work place, etc. This frequently leads to a forsaken feeling. An almost similar situation is seen in the story of Snow White. Till the time she is with the dwarfs and

away from the evil queen and the sinister world, she is very innocent and simple. It is as if 'Delusion, she is born in the new world' or. 'Delusion, transferred to another world' or 'Delusion, lives in the world of fantasy with his friend.' Suddenly the Stepmother (queen) comes to know about her existence and then cunningly sets up a plan to kill her

by disguising as an old woman and tempting innocent Snow White not once but thrice to eat the poisonous apple and finally when Snow White cannot resist her temptation she becomes a victim of her impressionable nature.

This makes the reader learn a lesson that, however tempting it is to run away in search of an ideal, undisturbed existence or trouble-free life, one cannot free oneself from the impact of one's parents and all the feelings around them.

Bettelheim says that, "The readiness with which Snow White repeatedly permits herself to be tempted by the stepmother, despite the warnings of the dwarfs, suggests how close the stepmother's temptations are to Snow White's inner desires. ' Snow White, we can now see, is a well-developed adolescent, and in line with times past, interested

in laces or stays, and having lovely hair.

The apple, her final temptation, symbolizes the end of her innocence (Eve in the Garden of Eden).

When Snow White lies in her glass coffin, in this world and yet not part of it, she epitomizes the split that Silicea terra typically displays: the conflict between the inner and outer life.

Vermeulen: "The conflict can be between inner life and outer life, again underlining the fact that the Silicea terra type lacks the ability to enter fully into life; they are

too refined and may themselves to be too special, or too dignified and refined."

In the end, of course, Snow White is rescued by the charming Prince; which indicates that she is now ready for marriage. This further implies that all the stress, conflicts (inner as

well as outer) have been resolved and a new personality has emerged. The evil and destructive aspect of our personality (the Stepmother), must then be tamed and brought under our control, which is achieved by the death of the Queen residing in our mind.

Silicea terra may appear serious, sensible and refined and at the same time like Snow White they are friendly, cheerful and simple.

In comparison to Silicea, Arsenicum is also serious but full of anxiety and Phosphorus which resembles Silicea terra very closely is also reserved and dignified but at the same time very fearful

and anxious and often lack the intellectual abilities of Silicea terra.

Bailey has said of Silicea terra, and which I think Snow White epitomizes: "She is neither an escapist nor an opportunist, but once she has dealt with any pressing problem, she will enjoy living with

a quiet relish. . . Most Silicea terra's delight equally in solitary or meditative pursuits such as art, reading and gentle walks, and in more social activities."

Silicea terra can allow herself to be herself in company once she feels safe, and then she can be both chatty and playful.


The chief characteristics of the Stepmother are jealousy and resentment, because Snow White is beautiful, pleasing, pretty, fair, fine and enticing. This quality of hers makes the Stepmother jealous

every day. The Stepmothers narcissism is demonstrated by her seeking reassurance about her beauty from the magic mirror.


Ailments from jealousy










Jealousy in general


Jealousy appreciate anythin, that others shall not


Jealousy others getting all attention


Jealousy to a crime


Jealousy driving to a kill


Jealousy of people around



Rusland: Schnee ist Faschismus der Natur.


China: Eis – Kindespietät; gesprungenes Eis: Ehefreuden in fortgeschrittenem Alter; Eismann: Ehevermittler

Schnee – Hohes Alter



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