Pyrogenium - RelationshipsArtificial Sepsin, Pyrogen Pyrog.
Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Pyrogenium in traditional homeopathic usage, not reviewed by the FDA.
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Compare: Streptoccin (anti-febrile action; septic symptoms in infectious diseases). Rapid in its action, especially in its effect on temperature); Staphloccin in diseases where the staphylococcal is the chief bacterial factor, as acne, abscess, furuncle; empyema, endocarditis, etc.); Sepin - a toxin of Proteus vulgaris, prepared by Dr. Shedd, same symptoms as Pyrogenium, of which it is the main constituent; Echinacea Purpurea Echinacea; Carboneum Oxygenisatum Carbo; Arsenicum Album Ars.; Lachesis Lach.; Rhus Tox Rhus; Baptisia Tinctoria Bapt.
Follows Lachesis Lach
Complementary: Bryonia Bryon.
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Anthracinum > compare
Compare: Pyrogenium Pyrogen; Lachesis Lachesis; Crotalus Horridus Crotalus; Hippozoen; Echinacea Angustifolia Echi.; Silicea Silica follows well. In the treatment of carbuncles, remember the prescription of the prophet Isaiah for King Hezekiah’s carbuncle - i.e., the pulp of a fig placed on a poultice and apply. Tarentula Hispanica Tarent. Cubensis.
Baptisia Tinctoria > compare
Compare: Bryonia Bryonia and Arsenicum Album Arsenic may be needed to complete the favorable reaction. Ailanthus Ailanthus differs, being more painful. Baptisia Tinctoria more painless. Rhus Tox Rhus; Muriaticum Acidum Muriat. Acid; Arsenic; Bryonia Bryon.; Arnica Arnica; Echinacea Purpurea Echinac. Pyrogenium Pyrogen. Baptisia Tinctoria confusia ( Pain in right jaw and oppression in left hypochondrium, producing dyspnoea and necessity to assume erect position.)