Chronic skin and blood diseases
Chronic eczema; chronic skin conditions which do not yield to conventional therapeutic intervention; constitutional improvement in cases of skin diseases; to increase reactivity.
Mode of action
Medorrhinum: Diffuse itching of the skin worse in the evening. Redness with copper red coloured spots, sometimes turning brown, warts. Results from suppressed gonorrhea.
Psorinum: Influences the lymphatic and glandular system; vesicles, nodules, and pustules; increase in sebaceous secretions, with an offensive discharge; general mental and physical debility; aggravation from cold.
Thuja occidentalis: Painful and over-sensitive skin; papo-vesicular or pustular eruptions which are pruritic, burning and cause formication; eczema particularly on the scalp and face; warts, skin tags, and tumors of the skin; hydrogenoid constitution.
Vaccinotoxinum: Side effects from smallpox vaccination, persistent skin eruptions, neuralgias, general dyscrasia.