Tuberculinum - RelationshipsA Nucleoprotein, A Nosode From Tubercular Abscess, Tubercul, Tuber, Tuberc, Tuberculinum bovinum, Tub.
Below are the main rubriks (i.e strongest indications or symptoms) of Tuberculinum in traditional homeopathic usage, not approved by the FDA.
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Compare: KOCH’S lymph (acute and chronic parenchymatous nephritis; produces pneumonia, bronchopneumonia, and congestion of the lungs in tuberculous patients, and is a remarkably efficacious remedy in lobular pneumonia - Bronchopneumonia); aviare - Tuberculin from birds - (acts on the apices of the lungs; has proved an excellent remedy in influenzal bronchitis; symptoms similar to tuberculosis; relieves the debility, diminishes the cough, improves the appetite, and braces up the whole organism; acute bronchopulmonary diseases of children; itching of palms and ears; COUGH, acute, inflammatory, irritating, incessant, and tickling; loss of strength and appetite); Hydrastis Canadensis Hydrast ( to fatten patients after Tuberc.); Formic acid (tuberculosis, chronic nephritis, malignant tumors; pulmonary tuberculosis, not in third stage, however; lupus; carcinoma of breast and stomach; Dr. Krull uses injections of solutions corresponding to the third centesimal potency; these must not be repeated before six months).
Compare: Thuja Thuja ( Vaccinosis may block the way of action of Tuberculin until Thuja has been given and then acts brilliantly ( Burnett.)
REVERSE RELATIONSHIPSThese are relationship sections of other remedies that refer to Tuberculinum. Where the text is greyed out, a relationship with that remedy is already described above.
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Complementary: Argentum Nitricum Argent. Nit ( follows well in gastric derangements); Causticum Caustic.; Hep Sulph Calc Hep.; Lycopodium Lycop.; Arsenicum Album Ars.; Tuberculinum Tuberc.
Compare: Cholesterine; Tuberculinum Tubercul; Phosphorus Phosph.; Iodium Iod. One litre of Ol. Jecoris contains 0.4 gram Iod. Gadus Morrhua - Cod - (frequent breathing, with flapping of alae nasi; rush of blood to chest; pain in lungs and cough; dry heat in palms).
Phosphorus > compare
Compare: Tuberculinum Tuberculinum follows Phosphorus well and complements its action. Phosphorus Hydrogenatus (crumbling teeth; hyperesthesia; locomotor ataxia); Amphisbaena (right jaw swollen and painful). Thymol (Typical sexual neurasthenia; irritable stomach; aching throughout lumbar region; worse, mental and physical exertion); Calc Carb Calc.; CHIN.; Antimonium Arsenicicum Antim.; Sepia Sep.; Lycopodium Lyc.; Sulphur Sulph. In Pneumonia, Pneumococin 200 and Pneumotoxin (Cahis) taken from the Diplococcus lanceolatus of Fraenkel. Pneumonia and paralytic phenomena; pleuritic pain and pain in ilio-coecal region (Cartier).
Salvia Officinalis > compare
Compare: Chrysanthemum leucanthemum - Ox-eye Bellis Perennis Daisy. Has specific action on sudoriparous glands. Quiets nervous system like Cypripedium. Right sided tearing pain in bones of jaw and temple. Pain in teeth and gums, worse touch, better warmth. Irritable and tearful. Here use 12X. insomnia and night-sweats. For colliquative sweating and hyperaesthesia of nervous system. Material doses of tincture.) Phellandrium Phelland.; Tuberculinum Tuberc.; Salvia sclerata (tonic influence on nervous system; dose, teaspoonful to one pint hot water, as inhalant for sponging). Rubia tinctorum - Madder - A remedy for the spleen ( Ceanothus Americanus Ceanothus.) Chlorosis and amenorrhoea; tuberculosis. Anaemia; undernourished conditions; splenic anaemia. Dose, 10 drops of tincture.
Stannum Metallicum > compare
Compare: Causticum Caust.; Calc Carb Calc.; Silicea Sil.; Tuberculinum Tuberc.; Bacil.; Helonias Dioica Helon. Myrtus chekan (chronic bronchitis, cough of phthisis, emphysema, with gastric catarrhal complications and thick, yellow difficult sputum. Old persons with weakened power of expectoration.)
Compare: Tussilago Fragrans (pylorus pain, plethora and corpulency); Tussilago Farfara Tussilago Farfara (coughs); as an intercurrent medicine in phthisis pulmonalis ( See Tuberculinum Tuberculinum.)