The fundamental indication of Sulphur homeopathic medicine uses is in psoriasis
Mental symptom of Sulphur homeopathic medicine uses
His mood has alternatives: he can be happy, happy, sweet, soft or shy and blushing or sentimental,
or on the contrary, he is quarrelsome, capricious, dissatisfied with himself and with everything or with everyone, censuring and finding fault with everyone, with a bad mood; “chronic, constitutional grumbler” (Dewey).
The boy does not want to play. Irritable in the morning on waking,
or in the evening; during chills and sweating; during menstruation; when they speak to you. He is violent and touchy, easily offended; stubborn.
Angry even at his own mistakes. He does not tolerate contradiction. Suspicious. Loud. Demanding, and conscientious, but can be dishonest.
The core of Sulfur’s personality makes him assign very little value to things or facts that are not fundamental or that he does not consider so,
Considering most of the facts of daily life as banalities.
This circumstance is an effect of a strong tendency to activities of the mind that, through quite a habitual introspection or meditations,
lead it down the path of speculations or thoughts of a philosophical or religious type, in which, often, it is abstracted
or absorbed, as if absent, as if he were in a dream, even reaching, due to his facility “to fantasize, to believe himself in possession of immense conceptions,
or grandiose ideas or to fall into theories without purpose or without answer” (Kent) or in ramblings making plans that he seldom puts into practice.
This passing of his mind in high-flying intellectual planes causes everything on earth, what surrounds him, mediate or immediate,
to lose importance, and this makes him indifferent to external things, to pleasures, to his occupations or activities, to their personal appearance, and even the well-being of others or what happens to them.
Their indifference to his occupations makes him indolent, lazy, lazy, with an aversion to work, not only physical but also mental,
especially in the evening, with an aversion to movement and any occupation, with a total lack of initiative; To some extent, this attitude is due to the fact that both physical and mental efforts aggravate it, and make it feel bad; he is afraid of work.
The disregard for his personal appearance extends to his clothes, to his state of neatness and conservation, which makes him a careless, untidy, messy person in all his things and even in his personal hygiene, since he rarely bathes or washes,
often being dirty, himself and his clothes, and on rare occasions he sees it.
go properly combed or with clean nails, coming to have a bad smell;
Since he doesn’t care if his clothes are torn or not, he has been called “the ragged philosopher”.
Finally, his indifference to others reflects a selfish behavior or attitude; “he does not think of anyone’s desires or desires, but his own.
* Always talks and returns about unpleasant events that occurred in the past; above all he does it at night; he laments, he complains. His thoughts are persistent, true fixed ideas, tormenting; his thoughts cross when he works; expressions and words heard return to his mind.
* he Dislikes company; he wants to be left alone, not to be talked to, because all their disorders are aggravated by talking.
**Sadness, especially in the evening, in bed, or during sweating. He feels very unhappy and tired of life. Crying at 11 o’clock; no apparent cause; worse from cough and consolation.
Desire to die, with strong suicidal impulses by jumping from a height or drowning or shooting himself, but he doesn’t because he lacks courage.
** Dipsomania, chronic alcoholism, especially when they reform, but continually return to vice, and hide to drink. Delirium tremens.
* Disorders of emotional origin: anger, anxiety, or fright; for bad news (they upset him a lot); by scientific, literary, or business failures; for the death of a child;
for a disappointing friendship; by mortification; after embarrassing situations; for trouble; for scares; for a disappointed love; for sexual excesses.
** The child is afraid of bathing, or openly rejects it (see 1), yelling if they want to wash or comb his hair, and has a very special ability to get dirty very quickly or to do disgusting things, such as eating his own mucus and urinating and defecating anywhere.
* Startles easily, by fright, by noise, when talking to him; falling asleep, sleeping, or coming out of sleep. Scary. Worse in high places.
* Always in a hurry, in movements, walking, running from one side to another. Impetuous. Impatient; for trifles, during headaches, before urinating, etc. Or it can be slow, indecisive; with a tendency to sit.
Sulphur homeopathic medicine uses for skin
Skin disease for sulphur homeopathic medicine uses
*Bright red, burning, chapped, swollen, chapped dry lips. Pale face; yellowish; sallow; sickly looking; with deep blue eyes.
Heat and burning in the face, with intense redness over the entire face or confined to the cheeks; or red spots.
*Rashes on the face: painful, on the chin; itchy; on the upper lip or around the mouth; eczema on the edge of the hair; urticaria. Freckles and black pores, especially on the nose, lips, and chin.
Yellowish spots on the upper lip. Lip cancer.
Shakes on the lips. Flashes of heat in the face, with shivering. Burning facial pain etc.
*burning sensation or burning everywhere and accompanying most symptoms; especially in pains, secretions, inflammations, eruptions, etc.
Often accompanying localized or organ congestion: eyes, nose, chest, abdomen, ovaries, arms, legs, etc.
*rashes, especially on the edge of the hair; eczema in the occipital region, on the posterior edge of the scalp; excoriating, burning; itchy and bleed after scratching; scabby; dry or wet; pustular; stinks tub, dandruff.
Dry hair and it falls out, worse after childbirth. cold in the head, sometimes in circumscribed areas. Pain at the root of the hairs when touched. Fontanelles that are slow to close.
Head flexed forward when walking. Sweats on the back of the neck while sleeping.
Talk with your health service provider and some medications used for skin disease include – Urtica urens, Rhus tox,
Sulphur homeopathic personality
In the intellectual sphere, sulfur may be dazed, with difficulty in thinking and understanding, especially in the evening, due to mental efforts
or when he reads; he understands the questions only if they are repeated to him, and therefore he answers slowly or does not answer at all.
There may be a state of mental confusion, especially in the morning and at night, ascending, by mental effort, after eating, in a hot room, or upon waking. It is difficult for him to concentrate.
Children with difficulty understanding, imbecility. His memory is poor, especially for what he is about to do or say, for proper names, for people;
or he forgets what he has just said or the words he should use when speaking, or recent events.
Very forgetful. He’s wrong about the time,
he thinks it’s earlier than it really is, and he gets mad if they want to convince him of his mistake.
He passes out in a crowded room or while having a bowel movement. Stupefaction, worse in the evening.
Sulphur 200 homeopathy uses
Another great Sulphur 200 homeopathy uses for dermatology where sulfur shampoos, lotions, and creams are used to treat psoriasis, seborrheic dermatitis, dandruff, etc.
Homeopathic Sulfur 200 maintains all these properties and can be very useful in the treatment of all the aforementioned pathologies.
** Anxiety symptoms: morning anxiety; in the evening or at night (before midnight) in bed, on waking, before menstruation, or by pressure in the chest.
Periodic anxiety. Feeling of guilt with the anxiety of conscience.
He is anxious for the salvation of his soul, he despairs of being saved; religious affections, even in children; religious melancholy.
Anxious restlessness, at night; tosses and turns in bed; premenstrual restlessness or during fever, better by sweating.
Fear afternoon and at night or on waking (from horrible dreams); of poverty; of storms; of kill; to the ghosts, worse at night.
His fantasy is very fertile, sometimes reaching delirium, she believes that the rags or old clothes or rags are made of silk and very fine,
or that they are beautiful clothing; everything seems beautiful to him and arouses extraordinary admiration, even the most ordinary or damaged objects.
He has hallucinations: he thinks he is being chased, sees faces, or sees ghosts or visions, especially when he closes his eyes. Delusions that he has great riches.
Madness: erotic; by suppressed eruptions; in the elderly; he destroys his clothes. He has an unbalanced demeanor, silly, excessive pride, and happiness. He wrings his hands. He speaks incoherently or erratically.
Homosexuality, both male and female; is one of the most important medicines.
** Worse: from bathing (it is always worse after a bath); by washing (rashes); in a room full of people; by changes from cold to heat; by the damp cold; by heat by extreme temperatures; by tight clothing (he does not tolerate it, and must loosen it); by woolen clothing (cannot tolerate contact with the skin); when you eat until you are full,
or because of hunger or when you are fasting or after eating; for cold drinks or food; by milk; seeing the food; for eating sweets; by shaking; lying on the left side;
before and during menstruation; by traveling by car or train; For running; before bedtime, from sleeping too much or from lack of sleep, and from napping; by touching it or by touching hot things; throwing up; upon awakening;
walking, and worse if he is, standing; by humidity; for alcoholic beverages; when bending over;
when moving the arms; on every step; ascending; before a storm; looking down; crossing over running water.
Best: in hot, dry weather; lying on the right side; for the fresh air (there is a great desire for fresh air, you need open doors and windows).
Sulphur desires and dislikes
*** Desire for alcoholic beverages, whiskey, wine, beer, and cognac; of sweets, highly seasoned
or spicy foods, or raw; from fats (it’s the only hot medicine that wants fats); of coffee, of soups; of meat; of pickles; of acids; of salt; of vinegar; of hot drinks.
“Eats anything, likes anything” is usually a good trait for Sulphur.
* Aversion: to acids; to beer; to bread; to eggs; to fats; to fish; to meat; to milk; to sweets; to strawberries; to tobacco; to wine.
General symptoms of sulphur homeopathic medicine uses
“It is the largest of the polychrests” (Tyler). “Sulphur is such a complete remedy that it is difficult to say how to begin to describe it.
It seems to have resemblances to all diseases, and the beginning physician, reading the pathogenesis of Sulphur, must naturally think that no other remedy is necessary,
since the image of all diseases seems to be contained in it… but it does not cure all the affections of man, and should not be used indiscriminately…
It seems that the less a physician knows of Materia Medica, the more often he gives Sulphur, but it is also very frequently given by good prescribers
so that the line between the ignorance and knowledge of physicians cannot be drawn by the frequency with which they use Sulfur” (Kent).
In sulfur, the general characteristics are more abundant and important than the mental ones.
*** Standing is the worst position for Sulfur patients; they simply cannot stand or tolerate it for a very short time. They have a tendency to always lie down.
*** The time of aggravation or appearance of its most important symptoms is at 11 am or at night, or before noon.
*** Worse from heat; by the heat of the bed (sleep naked, or the child uncovers himself walking the covers); for a lot of shelters; in a hot room.
*** is hypersensitive to unpleasant or strong odors; You are disgusted or nauseated by the odor of your body or your own breath, feces, genitals, armpit sweat, or feet.
And the worst thing is that everything mentioned has a special smell in the patient, very unpleasant, that the patient smells himself, but others also smell it, and it is an odor that persists no matter how much he washes or bathes.
Sniff everything; smells bad when you blow your nose, like an old cold. He always imagines that his body smells like fecal matter.
*** Sulphur homeopathic medicine uses chronic disorders that occur from eruptions or scabies or suppressed exanthems, and from suppression of sweat or secretions (from the ear, nose, etc.). Bring the disorders to the surface.
*** The natural orifices are very red, of a bright, intense red color: lips, eyelids, ears, nostrils, anus, urethral meatus, and vulva.
*** Not only is there a tendency to be dirty or dirty (see 1 and 10), but the skin is dirty, or appears to be, no matter how much it is washed.
“The mother may often wash her child’s face, but she always seems to have been badly washed” (Kent).
** The wounds take time to heal, they heal very slowly, they suppurate easily, and bleed a lot. hemorrhages Blow with extravasations. Anemia. Leukemia.
Easy indurations, by repeated rubbing, on the skin, mucous membranes, and glands.
*** angular or emaciated people, who walk or sit bent over, “walk bent over like old men” (Allen).
Dwarf or small people. obese Children who do not tolerate being washed or bathed; thin, with a swollen belly, restless, hot, who uncover themselves in bed at night.
“Skinny children, with old faces, bulging bellies and dry and flaccid skin” (Clarke). Very gluttonous babies, who are desperate to eat two hours after eating, and who uncover themselves in bed.
Plethoric. freckled people; with reddish hair. Dark-haired or black people (in Africa, a considerable percentage of patients have Sulfur as their constitutional medicine).
Dirty, smelly people with greasy skin and long, matted hair. People with hot and sweaty hands.
Symptoms of Sulphur homeopathic medicine uses
Sulphur homeopathic medicine uses vertigo and unsteady gait in high places or walking on a high place, looking down, passing over a watercourse, or on a bridge
or climbing something uphill, or while sitting, or after eating, bending over, walking, or getting up from a chair; sometimes with nausea, epistaxis, and dimming of vision; with a tendency to fall to the left.
Great painful sensitivity of the head, especially in the vertex, worse from the slightest movement, when taking each step, when coughing, blowing the nose,
or chewing, due to the warmth of the bed, in the morning when waking up, when scratching (itching and burns).
Fullness, heaviness, and pressure, especially in the occiput and forehead, worse when raising the head and after sleeping and talking, better sitting and lying down with his head up.
Stitches in the forehead from inside out, worse when bending over, better by pressure or movement.
The sensation of emptiness in the occiput, worse in the air, free and talking, better in the room. Head congestion when lying on your back, during menstruation or in a hot room.
Heat in the head, especially in the vertex (“one of the most prominent symptoms of Sulphur” (Burt)), on waking in the morning or at night in bed; worse in a warm room; with cold feet. Constant heat in the vertex,
with tension and throbbing in the head and carotid arteries, worse in the morning on waking, moving, bending over, talking, and outdoors or by excitement; better at rest.
A sensation of constriction in the head, as by a band or thread. Only one-half of the head sweats.
Periodic headaches, every 7 or 14 days; on rising in the morning or in the evening in bed; worse in winter, by cold damp, blowing nose, coughing, sneezing, when speaking, bending over, after eating or when hungry, better walking outdoors.
Pounding headache from speaking vehemently. Frontal headache in the morning and at noon, better by local cold. Occipital headache in the morning.
** Sulphur homeopathic medicine uses eyes and eyelids (especially at the edges) red, especially in the morning or during the day, especially at the angles; with itching only during the day or at night, even in the eyebrows.
Photophobia, more to sunlight. Tears in the morning, worse in the open air; excoriating, burning, or with oily tears.
Dry eyes after tearing, in the morning. Acute inflammations of the eyes.
Acute conjunctivitis with mucopurulent, acrid, yellow, thick, or bloody discharge; catarrhal from cold or gonorrhea; In children; due to trauma
or foreign bodies, due to dirt or sand; worse from the washing; with injected conjunctiva, tearing, burning pain and photophobia.
Acute keratitis or corneal ulcers that are aggravated at night, with burning or stabbing pains or as if it had sand; with tearing, photophobia, eyelid edema, redness, and blurred vision, worse when reading. Acute iritis aggravated at night, with miosis.
Acute blepharitis. Burning or stinging eye pain (as from glass particles) or grittiness; worse after midnight or breakfast, or on rolling the eyes, by sunlight; with dryness, worse by washing. Styes on repeat. Eyelids glued at night.
Twitching in the eyelids. Cortical cataracts, especially in the left eye.
Senile arch. Opacities in the cornea, more on the left. Myopia. Presbyopia. Night blindness.
See floaters; see floating dark dots, streaks, or spots; see sparks, white spots, or a halo of colors around the light, or see objects as yellow or distant.
Blurred or cloudy vision in the evening or at 11 o’clock, or when reading or during headaches. Glare looking a lot. Unequal pupils dilated and immobile, or contracted. yellow conjunctiva.
* Very red and burning ears in children; great aversion to being washed. Itching in the ears.
Gurgling sensation in the ears, as if they had water.
Otitis media, with stabbing pain (worse on the left) or tearing, worse from noise; with excoriating, fetid, purulent discharge or discharge, or after measles or scarlet fever; downloads every 7 days.
Noises in the ears at night in bed; chime at dinner; roaring in the evening and when lying down; water jet; of creaks.
Bad effects of the suppression of discharges from the ear: noises, hearing loss.
Hyperacusis: noises become intolerable and playing the piano makes him nauseous.
Hearing loss for the human voice, worse eating; after scarlet fever. The sensation of the covered ear when eating or blowing. Deafness due to repeated colds.
Chronic otitis. Retroauricular eruptions. Boils or abscesses in the auditory meatus or tragus.
What does sulphur cure?
sulfur homeopathic medicine uses for skin problems that tend to congestion and suppuration.
Acne, furunculosis, herpes, chilblains, and styles, among others.
Recurrent infectious respiratory pathology. piles, otitis, colds, bronchiolitis in the smallest, tonsillitis Etc.
Sulphur 30 homeopathic medicine uses
* Acute coryza with cold dogs, cough, frequent sneezing, especially in the morning and at night; with discharge especially in the morning which may be watery, excoriating, burning;
or thick, yellowish and foul-smelling; with a feeling of dryness inside (worse at 15 hours),
obstruction (often unilateral) worse in a warm room, and burning pain in the nasal mucosa; with loss of taste and smell.
Ulcerations and crusts on the nasal mucosa. Burning coryza in the open air, and obstruction within a room.
Chronic coryza with fetid odor. Epistaxis when blowing your nose, in the morning and at 3:00 p.m. Bright red nose, especially at the tip.
Freckles and blackheads. Nasal itching after menstruation. nose lipoma Constant desire to pinch the nose in brain affections.
Anosmia or hyperosmia. Foul odor from the nose when blown; smells of old cold, burnt horn or smoke.
*Dry throat, worse at night. The sensation of a plug or tumor in the throat, with dysphagia;
or of a hard ball that goes up to the throat and seems that it is going to close it; or constriction when swallowing. Stitches when swallowing that extends to the ear.
Swelling and hypertrophy of tonsils. Tendency to clear the throat.
The sensation of hair in the throat is worse in the afternoon. Soreness on the right side of the throat, passing to the left. red tonsils Adenopathies in the neck.
*** Great feeling of emptiness in the stomach at 11 am (or one hour before the usual lunch) or before dinner, with a sudden feeling of faintness, even having had a good breakfast at the normal time; better eat a little.
Increased appetite, exaggerated, ravenous, at 11 o’clock, accompanied by weakness or languor; that canine hunger disappears at the sight of food.
No appetite and thirst. Extreme thirst for large amounts at a time. Ravenous hunger forces you to eat very often; when he begins to eat, aversion to food appears. Acid regurgitation by milk.
Belching without taste after eating; daytime acids; bitters; smelling like rotten eggs; worse after eating or at night.
Noisy belching when pressing on the stomach. Pyrosis. Hiccup.
Nausea after eating or when traveling in a vehicle. morning regurgitation, with a feeling of a relaxed stomach as if hanging. Premenstrual heartburn.
Food, acid, bitter, or blackish or bloody vomiting; worse after eating, morning or night. Does not tolerate tight clothing in the epigastrium.
Constrictive, pressing, or spasmodic gastralgias, worse after eating, during menstruation, and while standing. Great sensitivity in the epigastrium when touched or pressed; pulsations or swelling in the epigastrium. Heaviness after eating.
* Paralytic weakness of the bladder; with urination by drops or weak jet. Urinary retention.
Urgent desire to urinate in the morning, on rising, or at night; sudden; You have to hurry up because if you don’t, your urine will leak out. Nocturnal enuresis.
Involuntary urination when coughing or passing flatus. Chills when urinating. Urine: burning, painful,
or excoriating to the parts over which it passes; brown like beer; whitish and cloudy; red or with mucus and blood; with whitish or reddish sediment, thick; copious after midnight; fetid; with an oily film.
Urethral burning when urinating; or after intercourse and during ejaculation.
Inflammation, burning, itching, and swelling of the urethral meatus, which is very red.
Acute or chronic gonorrhea, with thick, mucous, yellowish or whitish, or purulent discharge. Stitches in the anterior part of the urethra.
** Outflow of prostatic fluid when bowel movements with difficulty or before and after urination.
Impotence, with the absence of erections with incomplete erections, especially during intercourse; with a cold and small penis; with the bluish color of the genitals and retraction of the foreskin.
Relaxed and hanging testicles; relaxed scrotum.
Decreased sexual desire; or increase with voluptuous irritation in the genitals, often without an erection.
Ejaculation can be painful, and it is very fast, early, immediately after erection, or even before inserting the penis, during intercourse. watery semen. Nocturnal emissions or also in the siesta.
Moist, excoriated scrotum; with itching when lying down at night; with fetid sweats; genital hair falls out from offensive sweats.
Abrasions between the scrotum and thigh, worse walking. Foreskin hard as leather, with copious fetid smegma.
Phimosis with fetid pus and cracks, burning, and redness of the foreskin. Deep and suppurative ulceration, with raised edges, on the glans penis, and foreskin. Swollen epididymis. hydrocele; In children.
* Early, profuse and prolonged menses; or late, scarce, and of short duration; black or dark, thick or clotted, and so excoriating,
“that they hurt the vulva and thighs” (Guernsey); smelling of semen, or acid; sometimes they stop abruptly on the third day; suppressed or absent (amenorrhea). Late appearance of the first menstruation,
sometimes accompanied by an imperfect development of sexual characteristics. Menopause: with hot flashes; with metrorrhagia.
Flow burning, with itching (worse from the heat of the bed, and sitting), excoriation, and vulvar burning. Burning in the vagina during intercourse and before or during menstruation.
downward drawing pain in the uterus, especially at night in bed. Sterility with very early and profuse menses.
Uterus prolapse. Uterine cancer. Swollen, inflamed breasts. nodules in the breasts; scirrhus; erysipelas, Excoriation, itching, and cracks.
Toothache symptoms:- Great sensitivity at the tip of the teeth.
Brown mucus on the teeth. Loose and painful teeth. bleeding and swollen gums.
Dry tongue in the morning on waking, with a bitter or sweetish taste. White tongue in the center, with very red edges and tips. Thrush with excruciating pain when eating.
Heat, dryness, and burning in the mouth; great dryness of the palate with great thirst.
Foul breath, worse in the morning or in the evening, or after eating. dry and cracked tongue;
Brown. acid taste; bitter; metallic or bloody, or salty, Trembling tongue, Stammering.
Sulphur side effects homeopathy
- If used in high potency such as 1m, 1m, cm, lm, etc repeated certainly sulfur medicine affects the kidney or some other organ.
- sulfur produces no side effects as mentioned by a homeopath doctor with the provided used in single and simple dosages.
Warnings of sulphur homeopathic medicine uses
- A dose of sulphur 200 or 1m that means 5 pills will act for 60 days.
- What is the effect of sulfur on the Kidneys? Ans = (Safe)
- sulphur 200 is not harmful to the heart.= (Safe)
- What is the effect of sulphur on the Liver? Ans = (Safe)
- Pregnancy and breastfeeding: Not enough is known about the use of sulphur 2c,1m during pregnancy and breastfeeding.
Sulphur homeopathic dose
- Dosage of sulfur ( 2c,1m, 10m)
- 1 hour Before or After Meal:- Adults (12 years and older) 3 drops, 1 time daily, 3-7 days or after ten days, or as recommended by your homeopathy doctor.
- Dosage Form: Dilution
- Dosage Route: Oral
- Course Duration: As directed by the homeopathic doctor.
In addition to the cases in which the similarity of symptoms and characteristics with those of the patient recommend it, it is indicated in the following cases:
a) when convalescence does not come or is very prolonged;
b) When the well-chosen remedy does not act (as nosodes are almost always used), such as intercurrent action,
which allows partial or total elimination of the psoric obstacle that opposes the action of the “, especially in acute illnesses” (Allen), but not only. “It is the main antipsoric” (Nash).
c) in oligosymptomatic or almost asymptomatic cases;
d) in relapses: “the patient seems to be almost well when the disease reappears again and again” (Allen).
e)” to facilitate the reabsorption of serous or inflammatory exudates in the meninges, pleura, lungs, joints, etc.
when the best-chosen remedy “fails” (Allen).
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