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a smallpox vaccine already exists. That's how it was 'eradicated' What's the problem?
The problem could be that today the ability exists to genetically modify it in order to render the old vaccine ineffective.
....but I wonder if cowpox antibodies would still be effective against it?
 

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The problem could be that today the ability exists to genetically modify it in order to render the old vaccine ineffective.
....but I wonder if cowpox antibodies would still be effective against it?
I don't think they would need to modify smallpox.

Just do not make more of the old vaccine. Make the NEW vaxx...with the Transhumanism element, since that's the whole POINT of this. Josef-Mengale experimentation.
 

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I don't think they would need to modify smallpox.

Just do not make more of the old vaccine. Make the NEW vaxx.
Only problem is that there are still too many older folks alive who did get the original vax for it, and would therefore be immune to it. That would become apparent to everyone very quickly, as no one much over 50 would catch it due to having had the vax.
 

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This vaccine has monkeypox in it​

US Government Orders Additional Smallpox-Monkeypox Vaccines​


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Bavarian Nordic JYNNEOS is the only U.S. FDA approved non-replicating smallpox and monkeypox vaccine



DENMARK (Precision Vaccinations)
The U.S. Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority (BARDA) has exercised the final $12 million option for JYNNEOS, an innovative combination of Smallpox and Monkeypox vaccine.
JYNNEOS is the only U.S. Food and Drug Administration-approved non-replicating smallpox and monkeypox vaccine for preventing disease in adults 18 years of age and older.
Initially awarded in April 2020, this option covers the supply of additional liquid-frozen JYNNEOS doses manufactured in Denmark-based Bavarian Nordic A/S’s new fill and finish facility 2021.
The JYNNEOS vaccine is based on a live, attenuated vaccinia virus (Modified Vaccinia Ankara, MVA-BN), incapable of replicating in the body, yet still capable of eliciting a potent immune response.
The MVA is cultured in Chicken Embryo Fibroblast cells placed in a serum-free medium. It is purified and filtered from the cells using various methods, including benzonase digestion.
Paul Chaplin, President and CEO of Bavarian Nordic, commented in a press statement issued on May 6, 2021, “Our contracts with BARDA have been foundational for establishing sustainable manufacturing and supply of critical vaccines for protecting the United States of America.”

“This year, we are launching operations in our newly established fill and finish plant, which enables us to bring the final step of commercial manufacturing of JYNNEOS in-house as the first product on the line, marking a significant milestone in our long-standing partnership with the U.S. government.”
This project has been supported in part with federal funds from the Department of Health and Human Services; Office of the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response; Biomedical Advanced Research and Development Authority, under Contract No. HHSO100201700019C.
Currently, the smallpox vaccine is not recommended for the general public because smallpox has been eradicated. If there were a smallpox outbreak, US health officials would use a smallpox vaccine to control it, says the U.S. CDC.

Furthermore, there is enough smallpox vaccine to vaccinate every person in the USA.
Furthermore, tecovirimat and cidofovir are currently stockpiled by the Assistant Secretary for Preparedness and Response Strategic National Stockpile, which has medical supplies to protect the American public if there is a public health emergency, including one involving smallpox, says the CDC.
Routine smallpox vaccination among the American public stopped in 1972 after the disease was eradicated in the USA.
The origin of smallpox is unknown. The finding of smallpox-like rashes on Egyptian mummies suggests that smallpox has existed for at least 3,000 years. The earliest written description of a disease like smallpox appeared in China in the 4th century CE (Common Era). Early written descriptions also appeared in India in the 7th century and Asia Minor in the 10th century, says the CDC.
Bavarian Nordic, located in Copenhagen, is a fully integrated vaccines company focused on developing, manufacturing, and commercializing life-saving vaccines.
 

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I don't think they would need to modify smallpox.

Just do not make more of the old vaccine. Make the NEW vaxx...with the Transhumanism element, since that's the whole POINT of this. Josef-Mengale experimentation.
Its not just small pox. Its monkey pox too. Its a new vaccine that combines them both. I did some reading and at our age we will have questionable immunity unless we received boosters back in the day. I don't have any idea if we did. It appears to be the old style vaccine but who knows what's really in there. They already have enough vaccine for everyone in the US. I can't help but to think TPTB are way smarter than us. This may be a vaccine we really need. Many of us suspicious , troublemakers will refuse it. Many will die from small pox. Problem solved for them and their hands are clean because it was our choice. We live in a really evil world now.
 

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Rediscovered Native American remedy kills poxvirus​




Herbal medicine used to treat smallpox in the 19th century found to halt viral replication in vitro

An old herbal remedy for treating smallpox that is thought to have been used by native Americans in the late 1800s has been rediscovered and found to kill the poxvirus. Smallpox has been eradicated, but the finding offers a possible treatment for poxvirus in the unlikely event of a bioterror attack or increased incidence of similar poxviruses such as monkey pox.

Smallpox ravaged human populations for thousands of years, but in 1796 Edward Jenner discovered that exposure to cowpox lesions could provide immunity to smallpox. This led to the creation of the first vaccine for a disease. It took some time, but in 1979 the World Health Organization officially declared that smallpox had been eradicated.

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An extract of the pitcher plant Sarracenia purpurea halted viral replication

Historical sources suggest that in the 1800s, when smallpox still posed a serious threat, the Micmac native Americans of Nova Scotia treated the disease using a botanical infusion derived from the insectivorous plant Sarracenia purpurea, a species of pitcher plant.

Now, Jeffrey Langland at Arizona State University in Tempe, US, and colleagues have conducted in vitro experiments with the herbal extract and found it inhibits replication of the variola virus, the causative agent behind smallpox.

Although, natural smallpox no longer poses a health threat, there is a remote possibility that unstable states or terrorist groups could have acquired stocks of the virus following the collapse of the Soviet Union, which had developed smallpox as a biological warfare agent.

Vaccinations are still administered to at risk groups including researchers working with poxviruses and members of the US military who could potentially be exposed to the virus through biological warfare. But since the risk is so low for populations at large, it is hard to justify vaccinating everyone, particularly because the vaccine can have serious side effects. Developing therapies is therefore important in order to treat people if a bioterror event does occur.

’There is much scepticism on herbal medicine but what our results illustrate conclusively is that this herb is able to kill the virus and we can actually demonstrate how it kills the virus,’ says Langland. ’It takes this herb out of the realm of folklore, and into the area of true scientific evidence.’

The team made extracts of S. purpurea and found that it was highly effective at inhibiting the replication of the virus in rabbit kidney cells. They then looked at the replication cycle of the virus and found that the herb inhibits mRNA synthesis, halting production of proteins vital for replication. ’Other drugs are being developed against smallpox, but S. purpurea is the only known therapy that will target the virus at this point in the replication cycle,’ says Langland.

’The extract blocks early transcription appearing to have a distinct mechanism of action from that of two other antivirals currently in clinical trials,’ says Mark Buller, a virologist at Saint Louis University, Missouri, US. ’The results are very compelling, and support the need to further evaluate the purified active ingredient in small animal studies.’

’With smallpox, it is obviously impossible to see if this herb is effective in the human body unless a bioterror release of the virus occurs,’ says Langland. ’We are in the process of doing animal studies to confirm our results in at least this type of whole animal system.’




https://www.chemistryworld.com/news...merican-remedy-kills-poxvirus/3003420.article
 

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Rediscovered Native American remedy kills poxvirus​




Herbal medicine used to treat smallpox in the 19th century found to halt viral replication in vitro

An old herbal remedy for treating smallpox that is thought to have been used by native Americans in the late 1800s has been rediscovered and found to kill the poxvirus. Smallpox has been eradicated, but the finding offers a possible treatment for poxvirus in the unlikely event of a bioterror attack or increased incidence of similar poxviruses such as monkey pox.

Smallpox ravaged human populations for thousands of years, but in 1796 Edward Jenner discovered that exposure to cowpox lesions could provide immunity to smallpox. This led to the creation of the first vaccine for a disease. It took some time, but in 1979 the World Health Organization officially declared that smallpox had been eradicated.

sarracenia-purpurea_Istock_250


An extract of the pitcher plant Sarracenia purpurea halted viral replication

Historical sources suggest that in the 1800s, when smallpox still posed a serious threat, the Micmac native Americans of Nova Scotia treated the disease using a botanical infusion derived from the insectivorous plant Sarracenia purpurea, a species of pitcher plant.

Now, Jeffrey Langland at Arizona State University in Tempe, US, and colleagues have conducted in vitro experiments with the herbal extract and found it inhibits replication of the variola virus, the causative agent behind smallpox.

Although, natural smallpox no longer poses a health threat, there is a remote possibility that unstable states or terrorist groups could have acquired stocks of the virus following the collapse of the Soviet Union, which had developed smallpox as a biological warfare agent.

Vaccinations are still administered to at risk groups including researchers working with poxviruses and members of the US military who could potentially be exposed to the virus through biological warfare. But since the risk is so low for populations at large, it is hard to justify vaccinating everyone, particularly because the vaccine can have serious side effects. Developing therapies is therefore important in order to treat people if a bioterror event does occur.

’There is much scepticism on herbal medicine but what our results illustrate conclusively is that this herb is able to kill the virus and we can actually demonstrate how it kills the virus,’ says Langland. ’It takes this herb out of the realm of folklore, and into the area of true scientific evidence.’

The team made extracts of S. purpurea and found that it was highly effective at inhibiting the replication of the virus in rabbit kidney cells. They then looked at the replication cycle of the virus and found that the herb inhibits mRNA synthesis, halting production of proteins vital for replication. ’Other drugs are being developed against smallpox, but S. purpurea is the only known therapy that will target the virus at this point in the replication cycle,’ says Langland.

’The extract blocks early transcription appearing to have a distinct mechanism of action from that of two other antivirals currently in clinical trials,’ says Mark Buller, a virologist at Saint Louis University, Missouri, US. ’The results are very compelling, and support the need to further evaluate the purified active ingredient in small animal studies.’

’With smallpox, it is obviously impossible to see if this herb is effective in the human body unless a bioterror release of the virus occurs,’ says Langland. ’We are in the process of doing animal studies to confirm our results in at least this type of whole animal system.’




https://www.chemistryworld.com/news...merican-remedy-kills-poxvirus/3003420.article
Good find, we can start posting stuff on this thread and I can start seeing what research is available. Its a start. This looks like its called Pitcher Plant and there are tinctures available. It sounds like it might halt virus replication for small pox like ivermectin does for covid.
 

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Where to buy. This is an Indian supplier which tells me this shit might be banned or regulated in the US. That speaks volumes to me. If it works it's banned or regulated by the FDA. That much has been revealed to us to be true
 
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Where to buy. This is an Indian supplier which tells me this shit might be banned or regulated in the US. That speaks volumes to me. If it works it's banned or regulated by the FDA. That much has been revealed to us to be true
its not an herb I am familiar with. I like collecting herbs regardless of if they are used. If you buy alcohol tinctures they last many years.
 

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Yahoo this morning had an article about a "rare" monkeypox case in Maryland. So it begins.....
 

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Yahoo this morning had an article about a "rare" monkeypox case in Maryland. So it begins.....
I guess I better speed up my research. I need Lukdiver to check in. He finds really good stuff too.
 

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story is tard - got this off of yahoo

WASHINGTON — The FBI and the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention are investigating “questionable vials” labeled "smallpox" and found in a freezer last night at a Merck facility outside Philadelphia, according to an alert sent to Department of Homeland Security leadership on Tuesday night.

There were reportedly a total of 15 questionable vials, according to the unclassified "For Official Use Only" alert, a copy of which was obtained by Yahoo News. Five of the vials were labeled as “smallpox” and 10 were labeled as “vaccinia." The vials were secured immediately.

The discovery of the vials prompted a lockdown of the facility, which has since been lifted. The FBI and CDC launched investigations, which remain ongoing.


“There is no indication that anyone has been exposed to the small number of frozen vials. The frozen vials labeled ‘Smallpox’ were incidentally discovered by a laboratory worker while cleaning out a freezer in a facility that conducts vaccine research in Pennsylvania,” a CDC spokesperson told Yahoo News.

“CDC, its Administration partners, and law enforcement are investigating the matter, and the vials’ contents appear intact. The laboratory worker who discovered the vials was wearing gloves and a face mask. We will provide further details as they are available,” the spokesperson said.


Smallpox, a disease caused by the variola virus, is considered so deadly that only two labs in the world are authorized to store samples of the virus, including one in Russia and the other at the CDC in Atlanta.
 

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Horowitz: Are elites planning a COVID repeat ... with smallpox?​

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Those who watched Glenn Beck's special presentation Wednesday night on the origins of SARS-CoV-2 now understand that people like Bill Gates spent over a decade both funding coronavirus gain-of-function research and, curiously, warning about the coming of a coronavirus pandemic. So with Bill Gates insinuating that there might be a smallpox pandemic — an idea we would have laughed off as the ultimate conspiracy theory a few years ago — we should pay close attention.
What is the likelihood that less than two weeks after the most notorious global financier of vaccine research warns about an outbreak of the long-extinct smallpox virus, questionable smallpox vials would show up in a Merck lab? Well, this is the world we now live in, or perhaps the world our globalist overlords have now created.

 

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Smallpox, a disease caused by the variola virus, is considered so deadly that only two labs in the world are authorized to store samples of the virus, including one in Russia and the other at the CDC in Atlanta.
Apparently not everyone got the memo!
 

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smallpox is handled with the top level of care. story is retarded and part of some kind of operation

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It's time Billy Gates gets voted off the island.

Another reason for Secession: Under the current structure, Bills of Attainder are forbidden by the Constitution.

A Bill of Attainder is aimed at a particular person. Even in Britain, a person could be sent to the gibbet simply because Parliament passed an act requiring it.

Gates needs to be voted into the gallows. ASAP.
 

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Ran across the report of the Monkeypox on another forum. Folks had a lot to say. Hope this helps.




Dark Winter Hearings

Here is a summary for Dark Winter


TPOXX is the newest Treatment for smallpox.

In 1905 SCOTUS case you have NO choice to refuse the smallpox vaccine.
 

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smallpox is handled with the top level of care. story is retarded and part of some kind of operation

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Do you see why my little city went nuts when the state came and targeted us for a BSL 3 lab. We had a town meeting with them. The question asked by us was "what happens if there is a lab accident" Their response was "we never have accidents". I kid you not, they actually said that. The lab was suppose to be built across the street from an elementary school. We showed them the way out of town. Our previous reputation of being environmental terrorist came in handy.
 

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Ran across the report of the Monkeypox on another forum. Folks had a lot to say. Hope this helps.




Dark Winter Hearings

Here is a summary for Dark Winter


TPOXX is the newest Treatment for smallpox.

In 1905 SCOTUS case you have NO choice to refuse the smallpox vaccine.
great links, thanks
 

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the new James Bond Movie is about a small pox epidemic. We are either being told what's next or they are having fun with us.



OCTOBER 20, 2021, 9:48 AM ET

ARE NO TIME TO DIE'S DESIGNER DISEASES POSSIBLE IN REAL LIFE? THE SCIENCE BEHIND BOND​

By Cassidy Ward

Credit: NO TIME TO DIE | Final US Trailer / James Bond 007 YouTube
No Time to Die may have been Daniel Craig's final appearance as James Bond, but it introduced new characters and a terrifying new type of warfare — a weapon that could find its way to the real world with insidious implications.
**Spoilers ahead for No Time to Die**
No Time to Die presents James Bond with a weapon he can't outsmart. Safin (Rami Malek) has obtained access to a novel biological weapon, nanobots which act like a virus, spreading from person to person. They don't kill or even make ill everyone they infect. Instead, they spread until they reach their target, having been programmed to the DNA of a specific person or persons.
It's a wicked type of weapon in the way it makes unwitting accomplices of ordinary people as they carry the disease and pass it along. Nanobots are a favorite of genre fiction for the way they can seemingly do just about anything from making new kinds of form-fitting armor to dismantling people or objects at an atomic level. To date, nanobots don't have anywhere near that sort of functionality. This type of targeted bioweapon, however, might be much more possible as a virus.


BIOWEAPONS
Bioweapons are nothing new. They've been around just about as long as warfare has existed, which is to say a long time. Methods of the past lacked the sort of evil elegance which is possible today, but they weren't any less effective.
Nearly a thousand years ago, Emperor Barbarossa poisoned well water with human corpses. A couple of centuries later, Mongols catapulted plague-infected bodies over the walls and into the Black Sea port in modern-day Ukraine. It's possible ships from that port returned to Italy with the pathogen, jumpstarting the Black Death in Europe, killing millions. European colonists infected indigenous peoples with smallpox through contaminated blankets. Poisons have been used to assassinate individuals since the beginning of recorded history.
The use of biological agents as weapons is so ubiquitous there are animals, like poison dart frogs, who derive their names from the way we've co-opted them as weapons. However, biological warfare is, sadly, not a thing of the past.
The development and use of biological weapons continued through the world wars and the cold war until the enforcement of the Biological Weapons Convention (BWC) treaty in 1975. Even still, the Soviet Union continued developing biological weapons until its fracturing in 1991.


Today, officially, there are no ongoing biological weapons programs in any of the 190 countries that are signatories to the BWC, but that's difficult if not impossible to validate. There are no verification procedures in place and the nature of biological weapons development is such that it can be done relatively easily, inexpensively, and in secret with materials present in labs all over the world.
As our understanding of pathogens evolved, so too did our ability to develop biological weapons. Now, with the advent of genetics and technologies like CRISPR and other gene-modifying tools, a whole new class of biological weapons is possible.
GENE-SPECIFIC WEAPONS
One of the biggest barriers to crafting bioweapons is access to dangerous pathogens. Pathogens like smallpox are wisely well-protected and exceedingly difficult for researchers to get their hands on. The ubiquity of genetic technologies could overcome those barriers.
In a July 2002 paper published in the journal Science, researchers were able to synthesize the Polio virus from scratch following the known genetic recipe as guidance. This opens up the possibility of reconstituting extinct or uncommon pathogens for use as weapons, or altering existing pathogens to make them more deadly, more transmissible, or resistant to existing treatments. This too was completed by the Soviet Union when they modified anthrax making it resistant to vaccines.
So far as we know, no bioweapons have been developed to target specific genetic markers but the possibility has caused worry enough to spark conversation among government officials, at least as far back as 1997. A Department of Defense news briefing from April of that year includes the following conversation: “There are some reports, for example, that some countries have been trying to construct something like an Ebola Virus, and that would be a very dangerous phenomenon, to say the least. Alvin Toffler has written about this in terms of some scientists in their laboratories trying to devise certain types of pathogens that would be ethnic specific so that they could just eliminate certain ethnic groups and races.”


Thousands of viruses have been sequenced, with many of their genomes available to the public online. As sequencing and technology advance and become more affordable, one can imagine how a pathogen might be devised by taking an existing disease and reconfiguring it to favor infection of individuals with specific genetic markers. And there is some research to suggest that could be possible relatively soon.
If it's happened already, no one is publishing papers about it. Such a pathogen would be devastating in its ability to preferentially impact individuals across ethnic lines. The same technology could potentially be taken to an extreme, targeting not ethnic markers but unique individual ones.
A fictional article from The Atlantic outlined a process by which a disease might be constructed, using gene therapy and crowdsourcing, to target a political leader. The larger question perhaps, is why bother? Existing weapons, whether biological, kinetic, or otherwise, are effective enough as they exist today. Crafting a designer disease seems like an awful lot of work for a single individual, especially when other methods exist. Of course, humanity might be best served by getting out of the business of killing one another altogether. Barring that, we should probably quit inventing new ways to do it. Viruses do enough damage without our help.
 

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Rediscovered Native American remedy kills poxvirus​




Herbal medicine used to treat smallpox in the 19th century found to halt viral replication in vitro

An old herbal remedy for treating smallpox that is thought to have been used by native Americans in the late 1800s has been rediscovered and found to kill the poxvirus. Smallpox has been eradicated, but the finding offers a possible treatment for poxvirus in the unlikely event of a bioterror attack or increased incidence of similar poxviruses such as monkey pox.

Smallpox ravaged human populations for thousands of years, but in 1796 Edward Jenner discovered that exposure to cowpox lesions could provide immunity to smallpox. This led to the creation of the first vaccine for a disease. It took some time, but in 1979 the World Health Organization officially declared that smallpox had been eradicated.

sarracenia-purpurea_Istock_250


An extract of the pitcher plant Sarracenia purpurea halted viral replication

Historical sources suggest that in the 1800s, when smallpox still posed a serious threat, the Micmac native Americans of Nova Scotia treated the disease using a botanical infusion derived from the insectivorous plant Sarracenia purpurea, a species of pitcher plant.

Now, Jeffrey Langland at Arizona State University in Tempe, US, and colleagues have conducted in vitro experiments with the herbal extract and found it inhibits replication of the variola virus, the causative agent behind smallpox.

Although, natural smallpox no longer poses a health threat, there is a remote possibility that unstable states or terrorist groups could have acquired stocks of the virus following the collapse of the Soviet Union, which had developed smallpox as a biological warfare agent.

Vaccinations are still administered to at risk groups including researchers working with poxviruses and members of the US military who could potentially be exposed to the virus through biological warfare. But since the risk is so low for populations at large, it is hard to justify vaccinating everyone, particularly because the vaccine can have serious side effects. Developing therapies is therefore important in order to treat people if a bioterror event does occur.

’There is much scepticism on herbal medicine but what our results illustrate conclusively is that this herb is able to kill the virus and we can actually demonstrate how it kills the virus,’ says Langland. ’It takes this herb out of the realm of folklore, and into the area of true scientific evidence.’

The team made extracts of S. purpurea and found that it was highly effective at inhibiting the replication of the virus in rabbit kidney cells. They then looked at the replication cycle of the virus and found that the herb inhibits mRNA synthesis, halting production of proteins vital for replication. ’Other drugs are being developed against smallpox, but S. purpurea is the only known therapy that will target the virus at this point in the replication cycle,’ says Langland.

’The extract blocks early transcription appearing to have a distinct mechanism of action from that of two other antivirals currently in clinical trials,’ says Mark Buller, a virologist at Saint Louis University, Missouri, US. ’The results are very compelling, and support the need to further evaluate the purified active ingredient in small animal studies.’

’With smallpox, it is obviously impossible to see if this herb is effective in the human body unless a bioterror release of the virus occurs,’ says Langland. ’We are in the process of doing animal studies to confirm our results in at least this type of whole animal system.’




https://www.chemistryworld.com/news...merican-remedy-kills-poxvirus/3003420.article
found this

Sarracenia Purpurea. (Sarracenia.)​


Botanical name:
Sarracenia purpurea
Preparation.—Prepare a tincture from the fresh root, in the proportion of ℥viij. to Alcohol 76° Oj. Dose from gtts. j. to gtts xx.
The experiments of Dr. Porcher, of South Carolina, showed that it exerted a marked influence on the sympathetic. From a large dose there was congestion of the head, with irregularity of the heart's action, lasting several days. Following this first effect, the general vigor of the digestive apparatus was increased, and the appetite was unusually active. It is claimed that it has been successfully employed in chlorosis, and other diseases of a similar character.
It was introduced to the notice of the profession by Dr. W. Morris, of Halifax, in 1861, as an antidote to the virus of smallpox. He made the following statements in a letter to the American Medical Times:

"Sir—You have by this time, in all probability, heard something of an extraordinary discovery for the cure of smallpox, by the use of ‘Sarracenia Purpurea,' or Indian cup, a native plant of Nova Scotia. I would beg of you, however, to give full publicity to the astonishing fact, that this same humble bog-plant of Nova Scotia is the remedy for smallpox. in all its forms, in twelve hours after the patient has taken the medicine. It is also as curious as it is wonderful that, however alarming and numerous the eruptions, or confluent and frightful they may be, the peculiar action of the medicine is such that very seldom is a scar left to tell the story of the disease. I will not enter upon a physiological analysis now; it will be sufficient for may purpose to state, that it cures the disease as no other medicine does—not by stimulating functional reagency, but by actual contact with the virus in the blood, rendering it inert and harmless; and this I gather from the fact that if either the vaccine or variolous matter be washed with the infusion of the Sarracenia, they are deprived of their contagious properties. The medicine, at the same time, is so mild to the taste, that it may be mixed largely with tea or coffee, as I have done, and given to connoisseurs in these beverages to drink, without their being aware of the admixture. Strange, however, to say, it is scarcely two years since science and the medical world were utterly ignorant of this great boon of Providence; and it would be dishonorable in me not to acknowledge that had it not been for the discretion of Mr. John Thomas Lane, of Lanespark, County Tipperary, Ireland, late of Her Majesty's Imperial Customs of Nova Scotia, to whom the Mec-Mac Indians had given the plant, the world would not now be in possession of the secret. No medical man before me had ever put this medicine upon trial, but in 1861, when the whole Province of Nova Scotia was in a panic, and patients were dying at the rate of twelve and a half per cent., from May to August, Mr. Lane, in the month of May, placed the ‘Sarracenia' in my hands to decide upon its merits; and, after my trials then and since, I have been convinced of its astonishing efficacy. The only functional influence it seems to have, is in promoting the flow of urine, which soon becomes limpid and abundant, and this is owning perhaps to the defecated poison or changed virus of the disease exclusively escaping through that channel. The ‘Sarracenia.' I have reason to believe a powerful antidote for all contagious diseases, lepra, measles, varicella, plague, contagious typhus, and even syphilis, also a remedy in jaundice. I am strongly inclined to think it will one day play an important part in all these."
This report was confirmed by Dr. Herbert Miles, of the British Army, and Captain Hardy of the Royal Artillery. The evidence in its favor from physicians and residents of Nova Scotia would seem to be complete, that the Sarracenia has a direct prophylactic influence, and a direct and prompt curative action when the disease is developed.

The remedy, however, has been thoroughly tried by a number of physicians in the United States, and by physicians in private practice, and in the hospitals in England, with the report that if not entirely inert, it has no such antidotal power as has been ascribed to it. The evidence against it is just as positive as that in its favor.
What conclusion can we come to then? The only way we can reconcile these opposing statements is, that the same agent was not employed in both cases. In Nova Scotia, where the plant is abundant, we may suppose it was used fresh; in the United States and in England, it was dried and so old that it had lost its medical properties. I am confirmed in this opinion by my experience. Wishing to try this remedy, I obtained three samples, and neither of these possessed in the least degree the physical properties attributed to Sarracenia. When fresh, it is bitter and astringent, heaving a somewhat pungent impression on the fauces. The specimens I obtained had no taste.
In order to give the remedy a fair trial, let us have it prepared from the fresh root, obtained at the proper season. If an antidote to smallpox, its value can not be over-estimated; if it only exerts the influence over the sympathetic first named, it will prove a valuable remedy.

 

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In 1905 SCOTUS case you have NO choice to refuse the smallpox vaccine.
Precedents can be reversed.

And regions can Secede from a tyrannical distant government. Or overthrow the one in their midst.

It's time to clear our thinking. The schitt be gettin REAL now.

This smallpox stunt has me in a dither. When it's a choice between their mRNA vetch or hiding, and risking both arrest and death by the Soros Plague...that's no choice.
 

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Sarracenia Purpurea. (Sarracenia.)​


Botanical name:
Sarracenia purpurea
Preparation.—Prepare a tincture from the fresh root, in the proportion of ℥viij. to Alcohol 76° Oj. Dose from gtts. j. to gtts xx.
The experiments of Dr. Porcher, of South Carolina, showed that it exerted a marked influence on the sympathetic. From a large dose there was congestion of the head, with irregularity of the heart's action, lasting several days. Following this first effect, the general vigor of the digestive apparatus was increased, and the appetite was unusually active. It is claimed that it has been successfully employed in chlorosis, and other diseases of a similar character.
It was introduced to the notice of the profession by Dr. W. Morris, of Halifax, in 1861, as an antidote to the virus of smallpox. He made the following statements in a letter to the American Medical Times:

"Sir—You have by this time, in all probability, heard something of an extraordinary discovery for the cure of smallpox, by the use of ‘Sarracenia Purpurea,' or Indian cup, a native plant of Nova Scotia. I would beg of you, however, to give full publicity to the astonishing fact, that this same humble bog-plant of Nova Scotia is the remedy for smallpox. in all its forms, in twelve hours after the patient has taken the medicine. It is also as curious as it is wonderful that, however alarming and numerous the eruptions, or confluent and frightful they may be, the peculiar action of the medicine is such that very seldom is a scar left to tell the story of the disease. I will not enter upon a physiological analysis now; it will be sufficient for may purpose to state, that it cures the disease as no other medicine does—not by stimulating functional reagency, but by actual contact with the virus in the blood, rendering it inert and harmless; and this I gather from the fact that if either the vaccine or variolous matter be washed with the infusion of the Sarracenia, they are deprived of their contagious properties. The medicine, at the same time, is so mild to the taste, that it may be mixed largely with tea or coffee, as I have done, and given to connoisseurs in these beverages to drink, without their being aware of the admixture. Strange, however, to say, it is scarcely two years since science and the medical world were utterly ignorant of this great boon of Providence; and it would be dishonorable in me not to acknowledge that had it not been for the discretion of Mr. John Thomas Lane, of Lanespark, County Tipperary, Ireland, late of Her Majesty's Imperial Customs of Nova Scotia, to whom the Mec-Mac Indians had given the plant, the world would not now be in possession of the secret. No medical man before me had ever put this medicine upon trial, but in 1861, when the whole Province of Nova Scotia was in a panic, and patients were dying at the rate of twelve and a half per cent., from May to August, Mr. Lane, in the month of May, placed the ‘Sarracenia' in my hands to decide upon its merits; and, after my trials then and since, I have been convinced of its astonishing efficacy. The only functional influence it seems to have, is in promoting the flow of urine, which soon becomes limpid and abundant, and this is owning perhaps to the defecated poison or changed virus of the disease exclusively escaping through that channel. The ‘Sarracenia.' I have reason to believe a powerful antidote for all contagious diseases, lepra, measles, varicella, plague, contagious typhus, and even syphilis, also a remedy in jaundice. I am strongly inclined to think it will one day play an important part in all these."
This report was confirmed by Dr. Herbert Miles, of the British Army, and Captain Hardy of the Royal Artillery. The evidence in its favor from physicians and residents of Nova Scotia would seem to be complete, that the Sarracenia has a direct prophylactic influence, and a direct and prompt curative action when the disease is developed.

The remedy, however, has been thoroughly tried by a number of physicians in the United States, and by physicians in private practice, and in the hospitals in England, with the report that if not entirely inert, it has no such antidotal power as has been ascribed to it. The evidence against it is just as positive as that in its favor.
What conclusion can we come to then? The only way we can reconcile these opposing statements is, that the same agent was not employed in both cases. In Nova Scotia, where the plant is abundant, we may suppose it was used fresh; in the United States and in England, it was dried and so old that it had lost its medical properties. I am confirmed in this opinion by my experience. Wishing to try this remedy, I obtained three samples, and neither of these possessed in the least degree the physical properties attributed to Sarracenia. When fresh, it is bitter and astringent, heaving a somewhat pungent impression on the fauces. The specimens I obtained had no taste.
In order to give the remedy a fair trial, let us have it prepared from the fresh root, obtained at the proper season. If an antidote to smallpox, its value can not be over-estimated; if it only exerts the influence over the sympathetic first named, it will prove a valuable remedy.



I would beg of you, however, to give full publicity to the astonishing fact, that this same humble bog-plant of Nova Scotia is the remedy for smallpox. in all its forms, in twelve hours after the patient has taken the medicine. It is also as curious as it is wonderful that, however alarming and numerous the eruptions, or confluent and frightful they may be, the peculiar action of the medicine is such that very seldom is a scar left to tell the story of the disease. I will not enter upon a physiological analysis now; it will be sufficient for may purpose to state, that it cures the disease as no other medicine does—not by stimulating functional reagency, but by actual contact with the virus in the blood, rendering it inert and harmless; and this I gather from the fact that if either the vaccine or variolous matter be washed with the infusion of the Sarracenia, they are deprived of their contagious properties. The medicine, at the same time, is so mild to the taste, that it may be mixed largely with tea or coffee, as I have done, and given to connoisseurs in these beverages to drink, without their being aware of the admixture.



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The only functional influence it seems to have, is in promoting the flow of urine, which soon becomes limpid and abundant, and this is owning perhaps to the defecated poison or changed virus of the disease exclusively escaping through that channel. The ‘Sarracenia.' I have reason to believe a powerful antidote for all contagious diseases, lepra, measles, varicella, plague, contagious typhus, and even syphilis, also a remedy in jaundice. I am strongly inclined to think it will one day play an important part in all these."
 
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I'm not sure what the 'CH' stands for, but I did find this info about dosage

I've seen it being sold as:
30CH
200CH
1000CH

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Dosage and rules while taking Sarracenia Purpurea

Take 5 drops in half cup of water three times a day.

You can also medicate the globules and take 3 times a day or as prescribed by the physician.

We recommend you to take under physicians guidance.
Precautions while taking Sarracenia Purpurea

Always keep a gap of 15 minutes before or after meals when you take medicine.

If pregnant or breastfeeding, ask a homeopathic practitioner before use.

Avoid eating tobacco or drinking alcohol during the course of medication.




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I would beg of you, however, to give full publicity to the astonishing fact, that this same humble bog-plant of Nova Scotia is the remedy for smallpox. in all its forms, in twelve hours after the patient has taken the medicine. It is also as curious as it is wonderful that, however alarming and numerous the eruptions, or confluent and frightful they may be, the peculiar action of the medicine is such that very seldom is a scar left to tell the story of the disease. I will not enter upon a physiological analysis now; it will be sufficient for may purpose to state, that it cures the disease as no other medicine does—not by stimulating functional reagency, but by actual contact with the virus in the blood, rendering it inert and harmless; and this I gather from the fact that if either the vaccine or variolous matter be washed with the infusion of the Sarracenia, they are deprived of their contagious properties. The medicine, at the same time, is so mild to the taste, that it may be mixed largely with tea or coffee, as I have done, and given to connoisseurs in these beverages to drink, without their being aware of the admixture.



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The only functional influence it seems to have, is in promoting the flow of urine, which soon becomes limpid and abundant, and this is owning perhaps to the defecated poison or changed virus of the disease exclusively escaping through that channel. The ‘Sarracenia.' I have reason to believe a powerful antidote for all contagious diseases, lepra, measles, varicella, plague, contagious typhus, and even syphilis, also a remedy in jaundice. I am strongly inclined to think it will one day play an important part in all these."

I noticed that too.
 

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Has anyone ordered off Amazon? It doesn't qualify for Prime. Ordered two. I'm 67 and not a clue on our vaccines when kids. I'll ask older brother, he's more up to speed on this family history than any of us, 5 boys in 4-1/2 yrs. = our mother was a Saint.
 

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Has anyone ordered off Amazon? It doesn't qualify for Prime. Ordered two. I'm 67 and not a clue on our vaccines when kids. I'll ask older brother, he's more up to speed on this family history than any of us, 5 boys in 4-1/2 yrs. = our mother was a Saint.
Ordered 2 about 10 minutes ago. Guess we'll see. Also noticed the same brand on Ebay. Looks like it's all coming from India.
 

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I'm not sure what the 'CH' stands for, but I did find this info about dosage

I've seen it being sold as:
30CH
200CH
1000CH

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Dosage and rules while taking Sarracenia Purpurea

Take 5 drops in half cup of water three times a day.

You can also medicate the globules and take 3 times a day or as prescribed by the physician.

We recommend you to take under physicians guidance.
Precautions while taking Sarracenia Purpurea

Always keep a gap of 15 minutes before or after meals when you take medicine.

If pregnant or breastfeeding, ask a homeopathic practitioner before use.

Avoid eating tobacco or drinking alcohol during the course of medication.




Sarracenia_Purpurea6.jpg
This is homeopathic. I am going to order some but understand homeopathy works on a different level. Its vibrational micro-doses. These are very potent and in homeopathy that means very dilute. In addition to this we need to find a well sourced herbal versions of the plant. Homeopathic can sometimes conflict with actual herbals. I say order now and we will figure out the rest later. Also wondering if anyone else has used homeopathic medicine. I dabbled in it for decades now. I have had some miraculous and brilliant cures and some spectacular failures. Its complex.
 

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I'm not sure what the 'CH' stands for, but I did find this info about dosage

I've seen it being sold as:
30CH
200CH
1000CH

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Dosage and rules while taking Sarracenia Purpurea

Take 5 drops in half cup of water three times a day.

You can also medicate the globules and take 3 times a day or as prescribed by the physician.

We recommend you to take under physicians guidance.
Precautions while taking Sarracenia Purpurea

Always keep a gap of 15 minutes before or after meals when you take medicine.

If pregnant or breastfeeding, ask a homeopathic practitioner before use.

Avoid eating tobacco or drinking alcohol during the course of medication.




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You guys, look at the drop down chart on the order form. It has different dilutions. For something like this you want several. When you are treating acute you want the lower doses like 6X. The higher the number the deeper the treatment but the longer it takes. Homeopathy goes into constitutional treatment too and that the very high doses on the chart. When I order I will order 6x, 30 x and 200C
 

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This is from the Medica Materia.​

This is specific to homeopathy. Its a different system of medicine. Read the part on antidotes. With homeopathy certain things counteract the remedy. Example coffee and camphor are very common. In this case here is the list of antidotes you do not want to mix. These are other remedies you can not mix
Relations.-Antidoted by: Podoph. Compare: In small-pox, Ant. t., Merc., Vaccin., Variol., Maland. In bone pains, Eup. perf.

Why is the list of symptoms below important? Not only does it treat those it can cause it. Homeopathy can cause duplicate but NOT dangerous temporary systems listed below. It usually resolves quickly.

Materia Medica by John Henry Clarke

Sarracenia.​

Sarracenia purpurea. Pitcher Plant. (Grows in boggy places from Canada southwards.) N. O. Sarraceniaceae. Tincture of fresh plant. Tincture of root.



Clinical.-Back, pains in. Bones, pains in. Borborygmus. Constipation. Coxalgia. Diarrhoea. Eruptions, scrofulous. Femur, pains in. Herpes. Influenza. Lumbago. Psoriasis. Small-pox Vision, disordered.



Characteristics.-The use of the Pitcher Plant in small-pox is a discovery of the Indians of North America, the spotted appearance of the plant probably suggesting a resemblance to the disease. Hale has collected much confirmatory evidence of its power to antidote the small-pox poison. A proving by T. C. Duncan, Thomas, and others brought out symptoms of fever, backache, headache, and gastric disturbance. Hering quotes these instances of its action: (1) A woman far advanced in pregnancy was cured of small-pox with Sarr. 3, 6, and 9, delivery being happily accomplished during her convalescence, the infant bearing on its body numerous red blotches, indicating that it had been affected with the disease. (2) An infant a few months old was attacked with a grave form of small-pox, with variolous angina so severe that it was with difficulty it could take the breast; the mother took Sarr. 3, 6, and 9, and continued to nurse the infant, which promptly recovered, the mother not taking the disease. (3) In an epidemic occurring in the environs of Wavre, Sarr. was given to two thousand persons living in the very middle of the disease and coming in constant intercourse with it, but all who took Sarr. escaped; during the same epidemic two hundred cases were treated with Sarr. without a death. Bilden, who used the 1x tincture in an epidemic with success, concludes that Sarr. is to small-pox what Gels. is to bilious fever. Hale quotes Surgeon-Major C. G. Logie's (allopath) account of his experience with Sarr. (decoction probably) in small-pox: "Four of the cases in my hospital have been severe confluent cases. They have throughout the disease all been perfectly sensible, have had excellent appetites, been free from pain, and have never felt weak. The effects of this medicine, which I have carefully watched, seemed to arrest the development of the pustules, killing, as it were, the virus from within, thereby changing the character of the disease and doing away with pitting." A number of eye symptoms appeared in the provings, and Sarr. has cured disordered vision. A case of "phlyctenoid herpes" has also been reported cured by it.

Extreme lassitude and pains in the bones were prominent in the provings. The right side was more affected than the left. Sensations were: Light feeling in head. As if he received a knock on the head. As if head were split. Left eye as if congested. Heat in face as if on fire. Swelling in womb as if from a tumour or dropsy. Uterus swollen as if full of cysts. As if bones of leg were too thick. Sarr. has the empty, hungry, sinking sensation of the antipsorics. Dryness of mouth and throat. Weak feeling in the arms. Very sensitive to cold air. Faint after stool. There is vesical and rectal tenesmus. Stool smells of musk. The symptoms were < about midnight and at 3 p.m. < Morning. < Rising from lying. < Trying to walk. < In stormy weather. Open air = chilliness, hands and feet cold; = head to be hot and sore, and feet full. Cold air = to feel chilly and < bone pains. Symptoms generally > in fresh air; and > out of bed.



Relations.-Antidoted by: Podoph. Compare: In small-pox, Ant. t., Merc., Vaccin., Variol., Maland. In bone pains, Eup. perf.


SYMPTOMS.

1. Mind.-Melancholia, anxious about everything.-Great depression of spirits with frontal headache.-Brain clearer, buoyant spirits.-Dulness of head, loss of memory, insensibility of r. side; paralysis of hearing and smell.-Want of memory with the headache.-Difficult to concentrate attention, forgetful; feels dull and heavy; sweats freely.-Alternate apathy and intellectual activity.

2. Head.-Head feels dull and heavy.-Feels light-headed.-Vertigo: with cramps in neck, spreading to forehead; < night; sensation as if he had received a knock on the head, stupor and staggering gait; obliged to support himself or lie down; with drowsiness in head and contractions in spinal column.-Frontal headache, low-spirited.-Headache: dull at cranial region; severe in afternoon; with chills, nausea, vomiting, dim sight, surring in ears.-Pulsations and burning heat of head, with sensation as if it would split.-Head hot and aches.-Head and body warm.-Frontal bone sore.-Pruritus and heat of scalp.

3. Eyes.-Eyes weak.-Dim sight, headache.-Gas flame seems a brilliant yellow ring; sees black objects moving with the eye.-Great photophobia.-Soreness of r. optic nerve, just behind eyeball.-Pain in l. eye as if congested, on waking.-Eyes feel swollen and sore.-Eyes and lids inflamed.-Increased mucous secretion.-Cutting, penetrating pains in orbits.

4. Ears.-Surring in ears.-Sticking pains deep in r. ear; transient but recurring often; same in l. ear.-Intense earache; fears he will lose his senses.-Swelling of parotids.

5. Nose.-Fetid smell.-Epistaxis nearly producing fainting.-Fluent coryza with cold chills and loss of smell.-Foul-smelling, green, yellowish, or bloody discharges.-Nose swollen, red, with pressure and pulsation at root.

6. Face.-Face flushed.-Heat and redness of face.-Face pale, with heat and chill alternating.-Erysipelatous swelling of face.-Miliary eruption on face, with heat as if it were on fire.-Scaly herpes on face and forehead.-Intense neuralgic pains from temples to jaws.
8. Mouth.-Tongue: dry; coated brownish white.-Mouth dry; lips and mouth parched.-Toothache at night in bed; from least contact, and cold air.
9. Throat.-Throat dry, not > by tea or water; borborygmi.
10. Appetite.-Hungry all the time, even after a meal.-Appetite unusually active, but there was a sense of pain about the stomach like that after inflammation or of overtaxed muscle.-Little appetite, but what is eaten agrees.-Great desire to sleep during eating.11. Stomach.-Empty, hungry feeling; for he can keep nothing in his stomach.-Burning pains in stomach with palpitations and contraction.-Pinching pain in stomach, it feels distended and torn.12. Abdomen.-After going to bed whole abdominal region was in commotion, extending along ascending, and descending colon, all in a kind of rolling motion; epigastrium sensitive to pressure.-Transient pains in bowels.-Bloated about navel.-Borborygmi and some pain in bowels with constipation; dry throat.
13. Stool and Anus.-Much flatus.-First part of stool natural, last diarrhoeic.-Much tenesmus; dysenteric diarrhoea.-Stool at first costive, thin, dark, offensive, soluble.-Costive; stools very hard, covered with mucus, and dark.-Stool copious, dark, fetid, evacuated with great straining, morning.-Rectum and anus swollen and inflamed.-Morning diarrhoea; faint after stool, which is dark, often mixed with blood, foul smelling, or smelling of musk; bloatedness with colic.

14. Urinary Organs.-Awoke 3 a.m. with urging to urinate; bladder so full it overcame resistance of sphincter and dribbled away.-Voided 27 ounces of urine of sp. gr. 1024; vesical tenesmus.-Urine phosphatic.-Urine scanty, limpid.
16. Female Sexual Organs.-Watery or milky leucorrhoea, foul-smelling, with spasmodic pains in uterus; pulsative pains in womb with swelling as if from a tumour or dropsy; uterus swollen as if full of cysts, esp. r. side; cervix swollen, hot; miliary eruption and heat in vulva; bloody discharge at other times than menstrual period, as during climaxis.
17. Respiratory Organs.-Phthisis pulmonalis and bronchial affections, joined to or depending on a psoric state; haemoptysis, thick cough; continual tickling in larynx and bronchi; cough with desire to vomit, and vomiting, paroxysms of suffocation and epistaxis; hard cough, shaking chest and bowels, and stopping only after expectorating a quantity of compact mucus, tenacious, filamentary, with a bitter, putrid, oily taste.
18. Chest.-Pains in third and fourth ribs, with great apprehension of heart disease.-Pain in angle of ribs.-Soreness of pectoralis major.19. Heart.-Feeling of congestion about head, with irregularity of heart's action.-Congestion to chest, heavy feeling about heart.-Slight palpitation in morning.-Pulse: full and strong; 68, general malaise; small; quick.
20. Neck and Back.-A pain up r. trapezius muscle with wave-like motion.-Warm sensation passed up back into head.-Weak between and below shoulders.-Back weak, wants to lean on something.-Arms and back tired and sore all over.-Deep-seated pain in back.-Fixed pains in small of back.-Heat in whole r. lumbar region.-Pain in cervical and lumbar vertebrae.-Pain and soreness in sacrum.
21. Limbs.-Limbs cold when still, as from deficient circulation.-Limbs easily benumbed.-Weakness of limbs with paralytic debility.-Pains and soreness in diaphyses of all long bones; < humerus, esp. l.-Pain in l. carpus and tarsus.

22. Upper Limbs.-Paroxysms of pain in r. shoulder.-Joint, pain in l. carpus and tarsus; face flushed.-Arms feel weak.-Bruised feeling from shouldersto hands.-Aching, sore pain in l. humerus.-Bones in both arms pain.

23. Lower Limbs.-Pain in hip-joints < rising to feet from a lying posture.-Paroxysms of weakness in coxo-femoral joint, with pains of luxation and fear of failing when beginning to walk.-Strange lameness in femur, lower third, < in inner condyle.-Pain in condyles of femur.-Wave-like motion in muscles of femur.-Sensation of fatigue in bones of leg as if they were too thick.-Bruised and luxated feeling in joints.-Pain in r. patella and metatarsal bones.-Knees feel weak.-Bruised pain in knees as after a fall; he falls easily on his knees.-Bone pains in tibia and fibula; intermittent, but bones continually sore.-Bones of feet inflamed, nodes as in gout.

24. Generalities.-Debility; heavy, languid.-Dull, heavy, sore feeling in all bones.-Phlegmonous swelling, with a rosy tint on various parts.-Unrefreshed though slept soundly.

25. Skin.-Phlyctenoid herpes.-Psoriasis.-Scrofulous eruptions.-Variola; (the decoction taken when eruption is out and beginning to pustulate aborts secondary fever and prevents pitting).-Eruption out, pustules dissipate, first on face, fever lessens, urine though scanty and dark becomes abundant and pale, strength returns.-Eruptions similar to crusta lactea; on forehead and hands papular eruptions, changing to vesicular, with the depression as in small-pox lasting from seven to eight days.

26. Sleep.-Sleepy in daytime; sleep disturbed by strange and frightful dreams.-Awakes early: 3, 4, or 5; in a fright; with urging to urinate.

27. Fever.-Feverish and shaking chills, < morning.-General chills between shoulder-blades.-Chills, heat, and sweat, 5 p.m.-At 2 p.m. very chilly in open air.-Skin hot and dry.-Hands hot, warm all over.-Head and body warm.-Perspires freely (5th, 8th, 9th d.); although weather still warm, and actively employed, sweat not as free as while taking the drug (11th d.).
 

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This is homeopathic. I am going to order some but understand homeopathy works on a different level. Its vibrational micro-doses. These are very potent and in homeopathy that means very dilute. In addition to this we need to find a well sourced herbal versions of the plant. Homeopathic can sometimes conflict with actual herbals. I say order now and we will figure out the rest later. Also wondering if anyone else has used homeopathic medicine. I dabbled in it for decades now. I have had some miraculous and brilliant cures and some spectacular failures. Its complex.
Interesting. Probably should have done more research first. I was thinking this was an herbal extract. I might cancel the order. Seems like it's not too hard to grow these plants. Might be better to DIY an extract?
 

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Interesting. Probably should have done more research first. I was thinking this was an herbal extract. I might cancel the order. Seems like it's not too hard to grow these plants. Might be better to DIY an extract?
no, don't cancel.. What did you order? What we need is 6x , 30x and 200C All three are used differently. That covers the homeopathy. Then we need to find a well sourced herbal tincture.
 

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no, don't cancel.. What did you order? What we need is 6x , 30x and 200C All three are used differently. That covers the homeopathy. Then we need to find a well sourced herbal tincture.
1000c. I assumed that was a higher concentration. Obviously I don't understand homeopathy :laughing:
 

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FYI it's cheaper on Ebay. Seller magicsale15. Buy two get one 50% off, free shipping. $9.99 each.