Creating Waves of Awareness
She desires the open air and is sensitive to drafts; takes cold easily. While she is cold in general, she often requires to be uncovered, in croup and in headaches she feels the heat too much, but the pains of the body are often relieved by heat.
Her muscles are flabby, she becomes weak after anger and vexation. She has anxiety with fear during fever. She is anxious about the future, about her heart and her health in general. There is great sluggishness of mind. She lives continuously in a state of apprehension. Fear of death, fear of insanity and fear of misfortune mostly all comes in night. Always in a hurry, hysterical. Impatient. She is extremely thirsty. Easily offended or insulted. She always has this grudge in her mind that, "No one acknowledges my work." She always wants the attention of her co-workers especially men. She is dull, sad and has weeping tendencies. Irritability is quite marked. Her skin is very bad with a history of psoriasis, dry skin, eczema, and urticaria for which she prefers to take bath with cold.
Who is she?
Please make rubrics.
Very clear cut picture of ............................. But we should let new comers to come into front.
Okay.. here is the new comer trying a guess - after reading a few of the remedies off of homeoint.org's boericke entries... is it Calc-s: flabby, anxiety of future and health, irritable and offended easily, dry skin ailments, better in cold? or should I be looking down another path?
Very correct. Calc sulph is the similimum.
Well, for one thing. She's in a very bad way, poor thing. What a mess!
On just looking at 3 rubrics
Anxiety about health, anxiety about future, weakness after anger I would consider Natrum Muriaticum a strong choice substantiated by the grudge, haste, etc
I'm happy to see a few folks giving this the good college try!
Very interestig. Did a search on Ref Works for better cold bath.. Nat Mur and Puls there. Still prefer Mat Mur because of the thirst, Jean
Hi Jean. I'm not sure whether he means to take a cold bath or take a bath
when she has a cold or feels cold. All depends upon how you read it.
Plus, i agree that nat mur and puls have been recorded to prefer a cold bath.
Brrrrrr. not me!
I'm also wondering if the quiz above is hypothetical or this relates to a real
person who was cured with one of the remedies shown in the repertorization above.
Thank you Dr Sharma for presenting this case. It seems that you confirm Calc sulph the answer. Is there any follow up assuming is a real case
Is the muscle flabbiness a feature of Calc Sulph and maybe not usual in Nat Mur.
Am pleased to have another remedy to think of in discontent and can think of Calc Sulph in a broader aspect, not only for pus which has found a vent , Jean