X-Ray (X-Ray) = Röntgenstrahlen
Considers X-ray to be a "deeper" Thuj. with its own characteristic mental state; with more irritability than Thuja, suicidal impulses and characteristics suggesting the signature of X-ray. It is definitely a remedy to consider when Thuja fails to act in a case. X-ray is one of the strong sycotic remedies with the characteristic theme: deceptiveness.
Vergiftung: Wunsch zu töten/Verbrennung heilt nicht;
Negativ: Blockaden, die Schönheit und Harmonie verhindern, Interesse für materielle Dingen + Angst diese zu verlieren/hält am Alten fest + hat Angst für Neuem, zerstörerisch/scheinheilig/erzeugt hohe Erwartungen kann diese nicht erfüllen + lässt danach Wut an diejenigen aus bei wem Erwartungen erzeugt =,. Entzieht sich die Verantwortung/lässt anderen Entscheidungen treffen, fördert Lebenskraft/Lebenskraftmangel, störrISCH, chronisch erschöpft/ SCHWACH, traurig, Gesellschaft abgeneigt, will töten (vor + während Menses), manisch, appetit-/schlaflos, schläfrig abends/SCHWEIß/UrinFLUSS im Bett = darum wach, frostig + < Zugluft/frische Luft, verlangt Süßes, Beschwerde langsam < nach 12 h. bis << abends im Bett; <: afternoon/towards evening/at night (mental/physical)/in bed/in the open air;
Old venereal symptoms come back.
Mental Indications: Deceptiveness. Considers X-ray to be a "deeper" Thuja with its own characteristic mental state; with more irritability than Thuja, suicidal impulses, and characteristics suggesting the signature of X-ray. It is definitely a remedy to consider when Thuja fails to act in a case.
Proving: Mental irritability. Clearing up of mental function after sharp stabbing pain in l. temple staggering him, the heart feeling the impulse immediately. Mental depression after snatches of sleep for 12 days.
Mental processes not clear, writes wrong words in letters. Mental condition upset during profuse menstruation, would like to kill somebody. Misanthropy during renal colic, did not want to answer questions, did not want to see anybody or to talk to anybody, being completely prostrated.
Complete Repertory: aversion to company. Delusions of sulphur vapors. Dreams - amorous/lewd/lascivious/voluptuous. Irritability. desire to kill; during/before menses.
Sad, despondent (after sleep). dejection, mental depression, gloom, melancholy. Suicidal disposition, throwing himself from, height. (Vithoulkas).
Signature of the Remedy: Impossible to see x-rays. Equally difficult to see the X-ray patient. The symptoms become invisible and suppressed. The real person is invisible.
What is the purpose of x-rays? It is to see through objects in order to see if there is a deeper problem.
have "x-ray vision." They talk about seeing problems clearly, and many times this is the characteristic role they play in the family or at work. Individuals who need X-ray
will say that they are in positions requiring that they see everything that is going on around them. One X-ray patient of mine, who works as a business consultant, said,
"I see through walls. My job is to know everything that is going on in the company."
When there is a problem in a company, often a large corporation, he takes care of it and then leaves. No one even knows that he has been there. They have keen insight into other people and situations, along with an ability to not be seen themselves. This is an essential feature of this remedy.
So, in the case I just presented, the woman took a seat in the waiting area and observed everything that was going on. When you are around an X-ray person you feel very uncomfortable, just as my receptionist felt while this woman was watching her. They usually rise to high positions and are called upon to express wisdom and great insight.
They have, as did this woman, a strong need for control and domination, but their personalities do not seem overbearing or aggressive. It is a behind-the-scenes kind of activity. They may be involved in political intrigue.
Again, they are not
seen but have great ability to perceive what needs to be done next. And their
sense is usually correct. An aboriginal tribe in
As I said, my main impression of these individuals is their ability to see through things; very insightful and usually very successful individuals. I have also successfully given this remedy where the only indication is that the person has received multiple x-rays, although the characteristic picture may have been there if I had looked more carefully. I've given this remedy in desperation in cases after many unsuccessful prescriptions, and some of these cases have responded very well. Many times I have gone back later
and given the constitutional remedy, which then worked. But it is important to emphasize that there is a characteristic X-Ray individual for whom X-ray is the constitutional remedy. In such a case, you want to stay with X-Ray for five or ten years. You don't want to leave the remedy too quickly.
Strong sycotic miasm [Thuja. Med. Jab. X-ray]. Deceptiveness. There are a number of toxicological conditions and symptoms that indicate the use of X-ray. The following are some physical indications that I have verified clinically: Deeper diseases, featuring vagueness of symptoms and deceptiveness. An underlying tendency to move into malignancy, or malignancy is present. Sterility, where there is no underlying cause. Exposure to radiation or x-rays (childhood and adolescence). Obstinate (skin) diseases.
All forms of injuries to the skin and ulcers that fail to heal. (Lyssin when healing too quickly). A very high sexual desire followed by loss of sexual interest, impotency, and sterility. Aversion to meat. Lack of appetite. > warm, moist applications.
X-Ray: According to Dr. Chiron these two remedies antidote each other.
Rad-br. antidotes the bad effects of x-radiation in a patient who has been treated too intensely.
Likewise the x-rays antidote the unfortunate effects of radium in patients who have been treated by it;
Labor: Agranulozytose. Gerinnung verlangsamt. Faktor VIII-Mangel. Leukopenie. Lymphopenie. Panzytopenie. Polycytämie vera. Thrombopenie
Diagnose: Aplastische, hämolytische, hypochrome, perniziöse Anämie (Chemotherapie). Chronische Thrombopenie. Leukopenie nach Bestrahlung.
Blut gerinnt schwer oder nicht. Hämangiome, Hämophilie. Drüsenatrophie. Chronische, häufige Blutung: Uterus, Gehirn (bei Neugeborenen!)
Haarausfall totalis und areata (Kopf-/Schamhaare), Knochennekrose, Nierenkongestion (Blutverteilungsstörung)
PSYCHISCHE VERÄNDERUNG durch CHEMOTHERAPIE und BESTRAHLUNG
Ursache: Röntgenbilder/-bestrahlungen, unterdrückter Fußschweiß/Ausschlag;
Vergleich: Blitz. (enthält Röntgenstrahlen). Cob (= in X-Rays gebraucht). Marc. Merc. Phos. Sec.
DD.: Calciums. Caust. Hep. Med. Nat-m. Psor. Puls. Sil. Sulph. Thuj. Tub. (power to reproduce old or suppressed symptoms and conditions). Lac-c. Plat-met. Sep. Pyrog.
Nervous reflexes and neuralgic conditions from ovarian and uterine irritation: Agar. Cur. Tarent. Zinc-met.
Irritation of the cord, spinal reflexes, neurasthenia; electric storms, thunderstorms: Agar. Med.
Comparison. Pink with Luna + Magnetis Polus Arcticus + Magnetis Polus Australis + Positronium + Radium bromatum + Sol + X-ray.
Blitz. ist Licht entstanden durch elektrostatische Entladung/enthalten Röntgenstrahlen/Temp. ist über 1000° C
Siehe: Imponderables + Radioaktivität + Anhang. (Louis Klein/remedia.at/Christiane Petras) + Wellen + Repertory. of Radiation effects + Anhang 2 (P.I. Tarkas/Ajit Kulkarni)
Gemüt: Gesellschaft abgeneigt
Verlangt zu Töten (vor/während Menses)
Wahnideen (von Schwefeldämpfen)
Schwindel: im Allgemeinen
Kopf: Heben des Kopfes unmöglich
Schmerz [berstend/drückend/dumpf/stechend/Wehtun/Hinterkopf/in Schläfen (erstr. zum äußeren Hals)/l./Stirn (drückend/> warme Anwendungen/berstend]
Atmung: Asthma, asthmatische Atmung
Schmerz < Berührung
Geschwüre auf Hornhaut
Ohr: Geräusche im Ohr, Ohrgeräusche (Summen)
Nase: Blutandrang zur Nasenwurzel
Gerüche eingebildete und wirkliche „Wie Schwefel“
Niesen (mit Gefühl von Schwefeldampf)
Gesicht: Hautausschläge – Akne/Ekzem
Schmerz [einseitig (dumpf)/Oberkiefer r. (dumpf)
Mund: Geschmack widerwärtig, ekelhaft
Zähne: grau - grüngrau
Schleim auf den Zähnen - graugrün
Innerer Hals: Leeregefühl hohles Gefühl, „Als ob der Rachen verschwunden wäre“
Schmerz - < Heben des Kopfes vom Kissen (krampfartig)/< Schlucken/seitlich (krampfartig)
Geschwollene l. Mandel
Äußerer Hals: Geschwollene Schilddrüse
Magen: Appetit vermindert
Bauch: Entzündete Colon mucosa; Colitis
Schmerz in Ileozökalregion (nagend/ziehend)
Wasser lassen selten
Männliche Genitalien: Atrophie der Hoden
Weibliche Genitalien: Atrophie der Ovarien
Fluor - grünlich
Menses fehlend (bei Mädchen)/grün/reichlich)
Myom in Uterus
Kehlkopf und Trachea: Nekrose der Knorpel des Kehlkopfes
Stimme - heiser, Heiserkeit
Husten: Morgens (6 - 9 h)
Brust: Entzündete Lungen/entzündete Mammae
Schmerz [r./wandernd/stechend, durchstechend/im Herzen/in Brustwarzen (r./erstr. Schulterblatt)]
Rücken: Schmerz [morgens (erwachend)/krampfartig/Zervikalregion (Kopf hebend vom Kissen/krampfartig/Nacken)9
Steifheit (im Nacken)
Glieder: „Wie elektrische Strom“ (in r. Hand)
Handflächen - glatt, Glätte/Hautausschläge (Psoriasis/trockene Hautausschläge)/Geschwüre darauf – blutend/schmerzhaft (+ allgemeiner Schwäche)/übel riechend
Knacken in Gelenken
Rissige Haut auf Finger(spitzen)/zwischen den Fingern/an Hände
Schmerz [rheumatisch/Wehtun/Beingelenke/in Ischiasnerv/Fingergelenke – rheumatisch/r. Handgelenk rheumatisch/r. Hüfte erstr. Oberschenkel/in Oberarme rheumatisch/
Schweiß (unterdrückt an Füße)
Zittern (durch Ermüdung, Überanstrengung/Finger/Hände)
Nagelbeschwerden [abfallende Fingernägel/Zehennägel „Wie eingewachsen“/spröde, brüchig]
Schlaf: Schlaflos (durch Herzgeräusche/< l. Seitenlage)
Träume: Erotisch/obszön/verursacht Probleme, Ärger
Frost: < im Schlaf
Schweiß: „Als ob Schweiß ausbricht, aber es tritt keine Feuchtigkeit auf“
Geschwüre – blutend/chronisch/schmerzlos
Hautausschläge – Bläschen/Ekzem/Papeln/Psoriasis/unterdrückt
Sklerose/Verhärtungen, Knoten etc. – hornig/Warzen
Allgemeines: Periodisch/17 h/nachmittags (13 - 18 h)/abends/nachts
Anämie (aplastisch/+ Störung in Blutbildung im Knochenmark/hämolytisch)
Blutung (Blut nicht gerinnungsfähig)
< im Freien
Beschwerden während Genesung, Rekonvaleszenz nach Chemotherapie
Laborergebnisse - Vermehrt: Blut - Alpha-Globulin/Leukozyten; Erhöht: Liquordruck; Inaktiviert: SH-Enzyme;
Vermindert: Hämoglobin/Leukozyten (heterophile)/Thrombozytenzahl; Niedrig: Spermatozoenzahl;
< Liegen (< im Bett)
Schmerz (qualvoll/wund schmerzend)
Speisen und Getränke: Abgeneigt: Fleisch (bei Männern; Verlangt: Gebäck/kalte Getränke, kaltes Wasser/Pudding, Nachspeise/Süßigkeiten;
Verbrennungen heilen langsam/Verbrennungen durch Röntgenstrahlen/nach Verbrennungen durch Röntgenstrahlung o. Strahlenbehandlung
< Zugluft, Luftzug
> warme, nasse Anwendungen
< im warmen Bett
Beschwerden des Knochenmarks - verminderte Aktivität
Antidotiert: Röntgenaufnahmen, Beschwerden: Kind, wessen Mutter viel geröntget worden ist.
Antidotiert von: Abrot. (verbrennung Geschwüre nach Röntgen). Gins (hat radioaktive Eigenschaften). Nux-v. Rad-br. X-Ray. Panax. Radium,
Verbrennungen: ‡ Aloe ‡. Cadm-i. Phos.
Nach Krebsbehandlung: Cadm-s.
Beschwerden von Röntgenaufnahmen: Fl-ac. Phos. Sil.
[Dr. S. M. Bihari]
X-ray - Cancer. in persons who had repeated exposures to X-ray. Leukemia. Burns that become carcinomatous and refuse to heal.
Wirkung: canceroid/syphillitisch/sycotic destrukTIV
Dr. Gauri Shankar discusses X-ray and various types of radiation and then shares some materia medica of X-ray.
An X-ray, or, much less commonly, X-radiation, is a penetrating form of high-energy electromagnetic radiation. Most X-rays have a wavelength ranging from 10 picometers
to 10 nanometers, corresponding to frequencies in the range 30 petahertz to 30 exahertz (30×1015 Hz to 30×1018 Hz) and energies in the range 145 eV to 124 keV. X-ray wavelengths are shorter than those of UV rays and typically longer than those of gamma rays.
In many languages, X-radiation is referred to as Röentgen radiation, after the German scientist Wilhelm Conrad Röentgen, who discovered it on November 8, 1895.
He named it X-radiation to signify an unknown type of radiation. Spellings of X-ray(s) in English include the variants x-ray(s), x ray(s), and X ray(s).
The most familiar use of x-rays is checking for fractures (broken bones), but x-rays are also used in other ways. For example, chest x-rays can spot pneumonia.
Mammograms use x-rays to look for breast cancer. Also called: Radiography
X-rays are part of the electromagnetic spectrum, with wavelengths shorter than UV light. Different applications use different parts of the X-ray spectrum.
Soft and hard X-rays
X-rays with high photon energies above 5–10 keV (below 0.2–0.1 nm wavelength) are called hard X-rays, while those with lower energy (and longer wavelength) are called soft X-rays. The intermediate range with photon energies of several keV is often referred to as tender X-rays.
Due to their penetrating ability, hard X-rays are widely used to image the inside of objects, e.g. in medical radiography and airport security.
The term X-ray is metonymically used to refer to a radiographic image produced using this method, in addition to the method itself. Since the wavelengths of hard X-rays are similar to the size of atoms, they are also useful for determining crystal structures by X-ray crystallography. By contrast, soft X-rays are easily absorbed in air; the attenuation length of 600 eV (~2 nm) X-rays in water is less than 1 micrometer.
There is no consensus for a definition distinguishing between X-rays and gamma rays. One common practice is to distinguish between the two types of radiation based on their source: X-rays are emitted by electrons, while gamma rays are emitted by the atomic nucleus.
This definition has several problems: other processes can also generate these high-energy photons, or sometimes the method of generation is not known. One common alternative is to distinguish X- and gamma radiation on the basis of wavelength (or equivalently, frequency or photon energy), with radiation shorter than some arbitrary wavelength, such as 10−11 m (0.1 Å), defined as gamma radiation.
This criterion assigns a photon to an unambiguous category, but is only possible if wavelength is known. (Some measurement techniques do not distinguish between detected wavelengths.) However, these two definitions often coincide since the electromagnetic radiation emitted by X-ray tubes generally has a longer wavelength and lower photon energy than the radiation emitted by radioactive nuclei.
Occasionally, one term or the other is used in specific contexts due to historical precedent, based on measurement (detection) technique, or based on their intended use rather than their wavelength or source. Thus, gamma-rays generated for medical and industrial uses, for example radiotherapy, in the ranges of 6–20 MeV, can in this context also be referred to as X-rays.
Ionizing radiation hazard symbol
X-ray photons carry enough energy to ionize atoms and disrupt molecular bonds. This makes it a type of ionizing radiation, and therefore harmful to living tissue.
A very high radiation dose over a short period of time causes radiation sickness, while lower doses can give an increased risk of radiation-induced cancer.
In medical imaging, this increased cancer risk is generally greatly outweighed by the benefits of the examination.
The ionizing capability of X-rays can be utilized in cancer treatment to kill malignant cells using radiation therapy. Used for material characterization using X-ray spectroscopy.
Vial containing alcohol exposed to X-ray
If Constantine Hering had never given the homoeopathic profession anything but his admirable pathogenesis of Lachesis he would have been remembered in gratitude for all time by the homoeopathic world.
If Bernhardt Fincke had never given the homoeopathic profession anything but his proving of the X-ray, his name, too, would be held in grateful remembrance by posterity, for its possibilities in the cure of many of the most obstinate of chronic diseases appear almost limitless.
We are indebted to Dr. John B. Campbell, one the original provers, for the discovery of the great value of this dynamic agent in rousing the reactive vitality of the system, both mentally and physically, and thus bringing to the surface suppressed symptoms of persons laboring under a combination of dyscrasia, the miasms of Hahnemann. This is especially true of the deep-seated constitutional ailments, sycotic in character, which so often terminate in malignant disease, especially cancer.
When the sycotic or syphilitic virus is grafted on a psoric or tubercular diathesis; when from the paucity of presenting symptoms it is almost impossible to be certain of the predominant diathesis, in consequence of which the best selected antipsoric, Calcarea, Medorrhinum, Psorinum, Sepia, Sulphur, Syphilinum, or Tuberculinum, fails to relieve
or to rouse the overpowered vitality to a sufficient degree to throw off or bring to the surface the predominant toxin, the X-ray bids fair to be our curative remedy.
Every physician who has had even a limited experience in the treatment of the toxic effect of the X-rays on either a bone or soft tissue will not need any proof of its deep-seated character and the extreme difficulty under any form of treatment of arousing the overpowered vitality and effecting a cure.
An X-ray burn, so-called, whether of the bone or skin, is almost impossible to heal, and despite the best efforts of the ablest practitioner, the best treatment known to medical science of the present day, is often fatal.
The basis of our understanding and utility of potentized X-ray must be the severe and detrimental effects of repeated exposure to these rays so common these days.
SILENT AILMENT FROM – Common sources of radiation injury include ultra-violet radiations from the Sun and man-made sources, microwave radiation from radar and ovens and other appliances, high-intensity ultrasound and ionising radiations from natural and man-made sources.
Ultra-violet radiation, produced by the sun, is largely absorbed by the atmosphere of earth. However, owing to decreased ozone layer (the ‘green-house effect’), ultra-violet radiation has now considerably increased.
A general suppression of all cellular elements of blood (except the heterophile leucocytes which increases). Adverse changes in blood, lymphatics and bone marrow.
Obstinate anaemia and even leukemia. Fats exposed there to become toxic. Repeated exposure to Roentgen (X-ray) has produced skin lesions often followed by cancer. Distressing pain.
Sexual glands are particularly affected. Atrophy of ovaries and testicles. Sterility. Changes take place in the blood lymphatics and bone marrow. Anaemia and leukaemia. Corresponds to stubbornness as in burns, they refuse to heal. Psoriasis.
Has the property of stimulating cellular metabolism. Arouses the reactive vitality, mentally and physically. Brings to the surface suppressed symptoms, especially sycotic and those due to mixed infections. Its homoeopathic action is thus centrifugal, towards the periphery.
On the epidermis
I Degree: hyperaemia and infiltration of the skin with exfoliation. Atrophy of the appendages of skin, glands, hair, nails may follow.
II Degree: dermatitis: blisters, watery growths with intense pains.
III Degree: total destruction and sloughing of tissues, non healing ulcers, ultimately end in(dry)gangrene. Destruction of blood- forming elements in bone marrow.
Bone necrosis. Osteomyelitis.
Deep seated dyscrasias and chronicity-symptoms go on intermitting and recurring stubbornly (at regular intervals) or symptoms disappear with detriment to the patient due
to a deep seated sycotic diathesis, resulting either from a suppressed gonorrhoea or cauterized condylomata etc
With Medorrhinum. it shares the distinction of being a sycotic Sulph.; may even be called a more chronic counterpart of Med.
Mind: and Disposition. Mental irritability. Clearing up of mental function after sharp stabbing pain in left temple staggering him, the heart feeling the impulse immediately. Mental processes not clear, writes long words in letters. Mental condition upset during profuse menstruation, would like to kill somebody.
Mentally irritability. Clearing up of mental function after sharp stabbing pain in left temple staggering him, the heart feeling the impulse immediately.
Mental depression after snatches of sleep for twelve days.
Mental processes not clear, writes wrong words in letters.
Mental condition upset during profuse menstruation, would like to kill somebody.
Misanthropy during renal colic; did not want to answer questions, did not want to see anybody or to talk to anybody, being completely prostrated.
Lippi special symptoms
Repeated exposure to Roentgen (X-Ray) has produced skin lesions often followed by cancer.
Distressing pain (Ars. Bell. Kreos.) (Br.).
Sexual glands are particularly affected; atrophy of the ovaries (Apis, Bar-m. Carb-s. Con. Helon. Iod. Plb-met.) and testicles (Aur-met. Bar-c. Caps. Carb-an. Gels. Iod.
Kali-i. Lyss. Plb-met. Staph. Zinc-met.) (Br.).
Re-establishes suppressed gonorrhoea (Med. Thuj.) (Br.).
Sexual desire lost (Agn. Calad. Graph. Lyc. Nat-m.) (Br.).
Lewd dreams (Calc. Kali-p. Phos. Staph.) (Br.).
Sterility (Aur-met. Bor. Nat-c. Nat-m. Sep. Zinc-met.) (Br.).
Anaemia and leukemia (Apis, Calc-p. Ferr-met. Graph. Kali-p. Lach. Merc. Nit-ac. Puls. Sep.) (Br.).
Throat painful on swallowing (Bell. Merc. Nit-ac.) (Br.).
General tired and sick feeling (Gels. Kali-p. Lach.) (Br.).
Palms rough and scaly (Kali-ars.) (Br.).
Rheumatic pains (Bry. Kali-i. Rhus-t.) (Br.).
PSORIASIS (Ars. Kali-ars. Merc. Sep.) (Br.).
Warty growths (Nit-ac. Thuj.) (Br.).
Skin dry, wrinkled (Ars.) (Br.).
DRY itching eczema (Alum. Mez. Psor. Sep. Tell.) (Br.).
> Painful cracks (Graph. Nat-m. Petr.) (Br.).
<: open air; in bed; in the evening; on swallowing, at night;
>: warm application;
DD.: Ars. Aur-met. Calc. Ferr-met. Graph. Iod. Kali-ars. Kali-c. Lach. Lyc. Merc. Nit-ac. Sep. and Thuj.
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