Homeopathy for skin diseases with the appearance of pus

Homeopathic medicines

The following homeopathics are used in the third phase for skin inflammation (pus):

  • Hepar sulfuris (calcium sulphate liver)
  • Sulfur (purified sulfur)
  • Silicea (silica)

Hepar sulfuris (calcium sulphate liver)

  • Generally very susceptible to suppuration
  • Even minor injuries quickly become purulent
  • boil and carbuncle can occur
  • A sharp, splinter-like pain on the affected areas of the skin is typical
  • Patient freezes easily and is hypersensitive to pain and touch
  • Sweat smells bad (like old cheese)
  • Dejection

Typical dosage of Aconitum (blue monkshood) with skin inflammation with pus: Tablets D6

Further information is also available at: Hepar sulfuris (calcium sulphate liver)

Important NOTE

If the symptoms are severe and persistent, there is one homeopathic self-treatment is not indicated. Caution especially with children and older, debilitated people. Danger of dehydration!

Sulfur (purified sulfur)

  • Impure, gray-colored skin with a tendency to suppurate
  • Unpleasant body odor
  • Aversion to cold water
  • Skin itchy and sting, aggravated by cold washing and warming to bed
  • Scratching increases the burning sensation
  • Irritable, grumpy patients who are prone to depression and have poor memories

Typical dosage of Sulfur (purified sulfur) with skin inflammation with pus: Tablets D6 and D12

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Silicea (silica)

  • Freezing patient with a general tendency to suppuration
  • These are persistent, smeary, smelly, and easily become chronic
  • Tendency to cold, poorly reaching sweat, especially on hairy head
  • The patients are weak, unable to perform
  • Lack of vital warmth, everything is frosty
  • Symptoms worsen in the evening and at night and from cold
  • Improvement through warm wrapping

Typical dosage of Silicea (silica) with skin inflammation: Tablets D6 / D12

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