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Staphylococcinum – Schwabe News July – Dec 2020 & Jan – Dec 2021

Staphylococcinum


It is a common organism frequently found as part of the normal flora on the skin and nasal passages. Its use as nosode was first reported by O. A. Julian. There are two recent provings found on this drug. One was conducted by David Riley, and the other was by Central Council for Research in Homoeopathy, India. David Riley had conducted the proving in 1995 in 12CH potency with 11 females and 6 males. Whereas the Central Council for Research in Homoeopathy had conducted the proving in 2000-2001 using 30 and 200 centesimal potencies with 4 females and 12 male provers. Below is the abstract of the combined symptoms from both the provings. Broadly similar symptoms have been reported by them.

Mind

Irritation worse evening, noise, better by lying down in dark.  Loss of sense of direction or forgetful of where she is going.  Dream of insects and of anxious. Feeling emotionally trapped or victimized.C:UsersppppppppppppppppppmpOneDrive - SCHWABE GROUPScientific AffairsWrite-upseNews Letter2021Staphylo.png

Head 

Bursting and pulsating throbbing pain. Worse morning, better by pressure. Pain in left forehead and heaviness worse by touch. Giddiness worse by sitting. Pain in forehead like pressure or  pain on side as if the head would explode.

Heart

It is indicated for the endocarditis. Pericarditis.

Eye

Lids heavy and sore.  Pain in left eye better by pressure.

Kidney

Pyelonephritis. Prostatitis. Acute prostatic abscess.

Nose

Sneezing dry in nature. Post nasal drip and thick catarrh clearing rapidly.

Face

Acne, enormous, painful.  Prickly sensation on left side of face.

Mouth

Very dry even with increased water intake.  Sore on side, tip of tongue, or cheek.  Tongue feel sore.

Extrimites

It is used for Spondylitis. Osteitis. Ostemyelitis.

Skin

Follicular pustule. Abscess. Sycosis of the mustache. Follicultis of the integument. Adenitis of the armpits. Anthrax. Ecthyma. Panaris. Onyxis. Perionyxis. Purpura vesicles, pustular.

Reference: 

  1. David S. Riley, Materia Medica of New and Old Homoeopathic Medicines, Springer-Verlag GmbH, 2012, pp 179-180.

  2. CCRH Quarterly Bulletin, Vol. 24 (3 & 4) 2002

  3. P. N. Varma, Ramachandran Valavan, Materia Medica of New Drugs, B.Jain Publishers (P) Ltd., New Delhi, 2010.

  4. RadarOpus 1.33 (Homoeopathic Software), Archibel S.A. Rue Fontaine St. Pierre 1E, Zoning Industriel de la Fagne, 5330 Assesse, Belgium.

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