Tumors, warts, eczema
All tumors, malignant or benign; carcinomas, neoplasms. Regenerator of diseased tissues (i.e. tuberculous ulceration). Growths affecting both external and internal organs. Dermatological conditions including eczema, inflammatory and trophic rashes, anomalous epithelial growths including warts, plaque and scale formation.
Mode of action
Acidum lacticum: Cancerous neoplasms in any tissue; regenerator of diseased/necrotic tissue (i.e. in the case of tuberculous tumors). Affections of the serosa, the skin, the muscles, and/or the mucous membranes. In dermal tumors, the surrounding skin is characteristically swollen with slow pus formation. The patient experiences hyperexcitability and insomnia. Tuberculosis of the larynx, producing ulceration of the vocal cords. Vertigo and strong pulsation of the neck vessels; irritation of the eyes and ears; articulations are swollen and stiff.
Naja tripudians: Regenerator of diseased tissue; suppresses cancerous growths; increases the defensive elements of the organism. Dermal swellings caused by tumors, gangrene, or necrotic tissue; slow pus formation, purification, and diminution.
Scrophularia nodosa: Carcinomas; cancerous glandular swellings; slowly progressive malignant and benign lumps/tumors of the breast. Stomach ulcers with a cancerous potential; myomas; uterine carcinoma; epithelial and scirrhous tumors or neoplasms.