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Psorinum........homeopathic cure for Scabies?

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#1 Sep 16, 2011
This might interest some of you...although it does not say what dosage to use.....but maybe worth googling.....
Scabies
Psorinum
Although most of us are not aware of the homeopathic medicine psorinum by its name, we all are aware of the health condition called scabies (an infectious skin disorder distinguished by extreme itching, tenderness, and the formation of fluid-filled cysts). Scabies is basically a health condition wherein the scabies mites eat their way into the skin of the sufferer and lay eggs causing severe itching and irritation and other botheration. The homeopathic remedy psorinum is one of the most effective remedies for scabies and its usefulness was established by Hahnemann. More interestingly, this homeopathic medicine is prepared from the fluids obtained from the vesicles of an affected person. According to Hahnemann, the blisters produced by the scabies mite in some people are actually a manifestation of a more serious ‘ailment’. While such blisters may fade away, the individual is still not entirely healed and the ailment actually continues to attack other organs within the body. Later, the occurrence of such a dormant disease was known as a miasm (a hypothetical tendency to a particular disease) and ‘psora’ was considered to be the first among the three fundamental miasms.
Talking about psorinum, it is basically a general homeopathic medicine meant for animals, especially sheep. As in the instance of other homeopathic medicines, the process involved in preparing this homeopathic medicine is very important. The process involves extracting the fluid from a blister formed due to scabies on the skin of an already infected person. Subsequently, this fluid is sterilized and dissolved with sanitized water. Next, the solution is diluted further and the concentration forms the basis of a medicine that does not retain any of the characteristics of the condition called scabies. At this point of time, the scabies blister is successed or stirred, as is done in the instance of preparing any other homeopathic medicines. The processed solution or the end product obtained by this process is known as the homeopathic medication psorinum. In homeopathy, this medicine is considered to be very useful in treating various health conditions and is, therefore, esteemed.
Fluid from scabies blisters.

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#2 Sep 22, 2011
Is nobody interested in this........I am surprised..

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#3 Sep 22, 2011
I am Scabies free guys.......no I did not use this but I would have done rather than dog flea treatment and horse paste........

Just trying to help..........
scabophobia

United States

#4 Sep 22, 2011
TINKERBELL13 wrote:
I am Scabies free guys.......no I did not use this but I would have done rather than dog flea treatment and horse paste........
Just trying to help..........
Sounds like a hoax.
lmcc

Modesto, CA

#5 Sep 22, 2011
I read about this elswhere and am very interested.
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I first read this info.@ EARTH LINK: This is where I found the link to go to the
article > PSORINUM by Peter Morrell

http://www.homeoint.org/morrell/articles/pm_p...

Please go there $ read .. the link is just above.

Keep an open mind and think about it.

It most probably affects all of us, & that means you.

(It is very important information to know and think about.)

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http://www.earthclinic.com/CURES/scabies2.htm...
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EARTH CLINIC
Cure Scabies

Updated: 09/03/2011
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HOMEOPATHY: PSORINUM 30

[YEA] 01/08/2011: Bangalorean from Bangalore, India writes: "yea for Psorinum 30

After trying borax for another 2 months, laundry, bathing, etc. For the outbreak of mange in my area, and finally I developed scabies myself in the first week of December.
I'm glad of it because I have found a better way to heal mange and scabies
(cured 1 dog that was completely blackened and hairless and myself).

I read Peter Morell's PSORINUM http://www.homeoint.org/morrell/articles/pm_p... and followed his protocol of 1 dose of psorinum 30 and to wait 2 months.

The first 5 days the itching was intolerable but within 9 days the scabs dried up. I got patches of scabies around my joints throughout the first month but without much itching.

I recommend this cure since it healed me and a dog already (he's already got most of his hair back) and please read to the end about surface cures, topical creams and aggravations."
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#6 Sep 23, 2011
TINKERBELL13 wrote:
Is nobody interested in this........I am surprised..
Tinkerbell its very interesting. I couldnt try this alone for fear it wouldnt work and the mites were multiplying in this precious time. I would have to use it in conjunction with something else.

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#7 Sep 25, 2011
I thought it was interesting cat........and IMCC that is good the additional info....

Cat........maybe try something alongside it but perhaps not any chemicals.....might affect the Psorinum......perhaps make sure the environment is spotless and maybe essential oils, clove or neem?

I know Homeopathy works but I still do not understand how......but I have seen it cure people and animals.....

Good Luck guys.......
ScabieGirl

Irving, TX

#8 Sep 25, 2011
TINKERBELL13 wrote:
Is nobody interested in this........I am surprised..
I don't have any fluid filled pustuals. It's hard knots. There's no way to get any kind of fluid to make this homopathy stuff for me.
In fact, the bumps have a little white hard thing in them.

I scraped one off and we put it under a microscope.(My son has a degree in biology and his uncle gave him a really nice one). It didn't look like anything specific. Whatever it was it was dead maybe? He said it was solid so we couldn't see through it. It had black outlines and white in the middle. It didn't move around or have distinguishible legs. It was disappointing. It was nothing.

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#9 Sep 28, 2011
Scabie girl......homeopathy is very specialised and therefore it could not be made at home......

I would try googling for ready made Psorinum...
Me Too

Murrieta, CA

#10 Sep 28, 2011
ScabieGirl wrote:
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I don't have any fluid filled pustuals. It's hard knots. There's no way to get any kind of fluid to make this homopathy stuff for me.
In fact, the bumps have a little white hard thing in them.
I scraped one off and we put it under a microscope.(My son has a degree in biology and his uncle gave him a really nice one). It didn't look like anything specific. Whatever it was it was dead maybe? He said it was solid so we couldn't see through it. It had black outlines and white in the middle. It didn't move around or have distinguishible legs. It was disappointing. It was nothing.
What you have might be:
http://www.beautymagonline.com/pages/demodex_...
Hombird

Exeter, UK

#11 Oct 20, 2011
I am about to use psorinum for an alopecia condition (my own.) I have studied some homoeopathy previously so have no qualms. I know homoeopathy looks too mysterious for some people but I suggested looking up a remedy to a friend whose son had whooping cough and whose doctor had told her it was too late and there would be damage. He gave her no treatment. The homoeopathic remedy was Drosera. He sat up that same night, coughed up a vast amount of phlegm and the cough ws gone by morning. That is not to say that all remedies would work as well on all people and I do recommend a good homoeopath to diagnose and treat. But psorinum is a polychrest, which means it has covers a very broad range of symptoms. Remember, the diagnosis is for the person, not the disease. So psorinum will not treat a particular disease. Homoeopathy fits the remedy to the symptom picture presented by the patient. Bronchitis is not a symptom, for example. It is a disease. (And not a very specific one: it is different for everyone.) So the homoeopath will lokk for specific types of headache, expectoration, mood, etc, to find the right remedy. That is why it is so difficult to prove it scientifically. Well worth a try if the normal medical route is not working for you.
Bangalorean

Bangalore, India

#13 Feb 8, 2012
I came across this thread on google and replied to it, but that seems to have vanished.

Psorinum 30 is a wonderful start if you're climbing the walls with scabies and nothing else is working. You can follow it after 2 months with a single dose of Sulphur 30 and if scabies is your only issue, it'll vanish.

If you've read the thread in earthclinic, I've explained how Psorinum 200 is much deeper acting and would be better to use with an experienced homeopath. That potency goes deeper into your body and can reveal a syphilitic tendency with is harder to cure.

Don't worry about mites reproducing madly while you're on this remedy - you can borax the laundry, walls and crevices. Just don't use any pesticide or suppressing ointments when on this treatment because other than the kidneys, the skin is the largest excretory organ and if you prevent it from doing its work, the disease goes deeper.

As long as your scabies is on your skin, deeper organs are protected so you're actually not doing too badly.:)

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#14 Jun 1, 2012
Psorinum cures scabies but it is an approach that requires some background knowledge.


http://www.homeoint.org/morrell/articles/pm_p...

http://britishwildlifehelpline.com/Mange%20tr...

http://www.naturalnews.com/033558_homeopathy_...

The dose is 3pellets of psorinum 30c only once a day taken under the tongue, take for 4 weeks and the reevaluate. Do not take this dose more often than this.
http://www.elixirs.com/products.cfm...

http://www.drpradhan.com/home/content/view/19...

http://www.mdjunction.com/forums/lyme-disease...

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#15 Jun 1, 2012
Important information about homeopathic agrivations

http://medicinegarden.com/homeopathy/issuesag...
FRED

Denver, CO

#16 Jun 19, 2012

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#17 Jun 20, 2012
I bought this new book, "clinical homeopathy a-z" It's really good at explaining everything about homeopathy.
A very good regimen to follow is to take two pellets of staphysagria 30c once a day only at 6a.m. or so, then take 2 pellets of the psorinum 30c at 6p.m. once a day only. It will take 6 weeks of this to get past the disease so don't get discouraged. Do everything you can to help your immune system , drink plenty of water, eat well and get plenty of sleep. Don't use anything on your skin like cremes, ointments or pesticides because they will only suppress the disease and cause the remedy to fail. In homeopathy you must expel the disease and your skin will be doing that.
Remember it's your immune system that is doing the work and the homeopathic remedies just stimulate the immune system to fight the disease.

After doing tons of reading on this subject this is a good way to proceed. I cured myself with homeopathy.
Itchy Scratchy

Surprise, AZ

#18 Jun 20, 2012
[QUOTE who="Bangalorean"
As long as your scabies is on your skin, deeper organs are protected so you're actually not doing too badly.:)[/QUOTE]

What, are you suggesting that scabies mites sometimes penetrate further than the skin, attacking internal organs?! I have never heard of a single case of internal organs becoming infested with scabies mites.

Granted, these little buggers are relentless - but, fortunately, they don't eat human organs.
Itchy Scratchy

Surprise, AZ

#19 Jun 20, 2012
Here's another interesting take on homeopathy:

http://www.everydayhealth.com/blog/zimney-hea...
lmcc

Modesto, CA

#20 Jun 21, 2012
Itchy Scratchy wrote:
<quoted text>
What, are you suggesting that scabies mites sometimes penetrate further than the skin, attacking internal organs?! I have never heard of a single case of internal organs becoming infested with scabies mites.
Granted, these little buggers are relentless - but, fortunately, they don't eat human organs.
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Hi Itchy,
I think what was meant is that they stay suppressed ..
(under the skin) ready to multiply more ..
& don't come out, where we want them: "OUT".

I have kept my face covered with ointment at night for these 3-yrs.
In order to keep the cteapy crawlies from keeping me awake.
Now that I am doing homeopathics, I am leaving it off.
Now they are leaving.:D
lmcc
Itchy Scratchy

Surprise, AZ

#21 Jun 21, 2012
For what it is worth, I do agree with the underlying principal of homeopathy - that a key way to get rid of scabies, on a permanent basis, would be to boost the immune system.

I am just highly skeptical that homepathy truly affects the immune system.

I am far from an expert on immunology, but, for starters, some of the dietary factors which go along with homeopathy are likely worthwhile, in order to boost immunology and/or reduce attractiveness to the mites:

1) Eliminate/minimize consumption of grains/carbs (corn, rice, bread, potatoes, pasta).

2) Eliminate consumption of sugars (candy, soda, ice cream etc)

3) Increase consumption of fruits and vegetables

4) Take multivitamins

5) Daily cardiovascular exercise

6) Reduce bodyfat as much as possible via above diet/exercise (diet meaning calorie restriction as well as calorie source targetting)

Of course, the above is a good idea with or without scabies....it is also fairly difficult for most people to do consistently.

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