Anthrax poison – A Nosode. Preparation – Alcoholic extract prepared from the spleen of cattle suffering with Anthrax.
For many years Anthracinum has proved a successful remedy in the treatment of inflammations, carbuncles, and malignant ulcers. Also in boils and in all inflammation of connective tissue in which a purulent focus is present.
Haemorrhages, black, thick, tar-like, rapidly decomposing, from any orifice. Glands swollen, cellular tissues oedematous and indurated. Septicaemia. Ulceration, sloughing and intolerable burning. Erysipelas. Black and blue blisters. Dissecting wounds. Insect stings. Bad effects from inhaling foul odors. Gangrenous Parotitis.
Compare Arsenicum, Pyrogen, Lachesis, Crot., and Echinacea.