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  • Homeopathy

    CARBO AN

    Carbo animalis
    Animal charcoal.

    Key Uses:
  • Cancer
  • Great fatigue
  • Poor circulation with blue extremities
  • Swollen, painful veins

    Origin : Charcoal made from oxhide.

    Background : To make animal charcoal, oxhide is heated until luminescent, then transferred to an airtight environment.

    Preparation : Charcoal ash is triturated with lactose sugar.

    Remedy Profile : Carbo an. is typically prescribed for elderly people with strong nostalgia for the past and an aversion to modern life. They tend to feel chilly, feeble, abandoned, and that “everything was better in the old days.”
    The remedy is mainly used for painful, slow-developing symptoms associated with old age, poor nutrition, and decay, such as swollen, painful veins, poor circulation with blue extremities, cancer, and great fatigue. Pains typically feel as if they are burning, cutting, or stabbing.
    Carbo an. is used particularly in the treatment of cancer, especially cancers of the glands or the uterus, and for distension of the abdomen after abdominal surgery.

    Symptoms Better : For warm rooms; for rubbing the eyes; for pressing the hand on the uncomfortable area.

    Symptoms Worse : For dry, cold air; after midnight; for shaving; for eating; for fatty foods and milk.


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