Carbo Nitrogenoid Constitution

Carbo Nitrogenoid Constitution- disease this constitution produces are called diseases of retarded nutrition. Homeopathic medicines suited best for Carbo nitrogenoid constitution have also been listed….

This constitution is characterised by in sufficient oxygenation and the disease it produces are called diseases of retarded nutrition. This makes for increased liability to disease and perverted nutrition.

After a period of obesity, thinness follows. Albuminoids are decomposed like the hydrocarbons. There is pseudo-albuminaria, phosphaturia, acetonemia, rickets and osteomalacia. General symptoms are great frequency of respirations with shallowness; short breath, frequent pulse, blood charged with melanotic cellules. Constipation or diarrhoea, flatulence, urinary troubles, gouty pains in the head, gouty swellings, vertigo, ataxia, dullness of the head, somnolence, yawning, hypochondriasis, irritability, and extraordinary impatience.

Copious uric acid and oxalates in urine.- Epistaxis and haemorrhoids.- Pruritus.-Precocious baldness with perspiration of the head.- Cerebral fatigue.- Unhealthy skin, fetid and acid perspiration, boils, eczema, urticaria. CAUSES OF AGGRAVATION. 1. Everything which hinders oxidation.

2. Everything which increases hydrocarbons and albuminoids.

3. Everything which diminishes the alkalinity of the humours.

(<) Rest. (<) Non-ozonised mists.

(<) Irritation of cerebro-spinal or sympathetic nervous system.

(<) Sexual excesses.

(<) Over-feeding.

(<) Confined air.

(<) Chagrin.

(<) Respiratory insufficiency.

(<) Loss of blood or blood-letting which diminishes the number of blood globules and consequently oxydation.

(<) Excess of Sodium salts, like sea salt, which hinders cellular osmosis and diminishes the quantity of water in the tissues. TREATMENT.

The Carbo-nitrogenoid lacks ozone and is rich in carbon and nitrogen. Consequently it finds its chief remedy in ozone and ozonated water.

Applicable also are all remedies which facilitate the splitting up of hydrocarbons and albuminoids and the discharging of oxygen chemically into the heart of the tissues. For example :

Cuprum, Phosphorus, Sulphur, Camph., Hepar Sulph. Aco., Mercurius, Aurum, Argent., Plumb., Platina, Ol. tereb., Rhus., Dulcamara,, Chamomilla, Lycopodium, Bovista, Bel., Nux. 30 (alone-not alternated as for Hydrogenoids), Digit, Hyoscyamus, Apis., Lobelia infl.

John Henry Clarke
John Henry Clarke MD (1853 – November 24, 1931 was a prominent English classical homeopath. Dr. Clarke was a busy practitioner. As a physician he not only had his own clinic in Piccadilly, London, but he also was a consultant at the London Homeopathic Hospital and researched into new remedies — nosodes. For many years, he was the editor of The Homeopathic World. He wrote many books, his best known were Dictionary of Practical Materia Medica and Repertory of Materia Medica