We will study successively.
Syzigium: used systematically.
Chimaphilla and Rhus Aromatica when the urinary troubles are predominant.
Bryonia Chionanthus, Iris Versicolor, Lycopodium, Nux Vomica, China, Colchicum.
In digestive troubles: Phaseolus, Lycopus is associated with heart troubles. Curare in the tendency to paralysis.
Opium, Codeinum, Morphinum: Tendency to coma associated to uremia.
Coca: Diabetes with sexual weakness.
Kreosotum, Secale Cornutum, in tendency to gangrene.
Hellebores Helonias, in diabetes becoming rapidly grave.
It is classic. It is prescribed systematically in lower (2x, 3x) dilution even in tincture because very often it lowers down and cause the disappearance of sugar content in blood and urine. It does not act in high dilutions. But there are number of failures as it is used as a routine remedy.
Syzigium is indicated by intense thirst weakness, emaciation polyuria with elevation of the density of urine. It is also indicated by the tendency to ulcer. Its use is legitimated by biology because it increases. in experimental intoxication, the rate of sugar in the blood.
Phloridzine on the contrary is used only in diabetics with renal troubles, because it does not increase sugar and the glycosuria will result by the renal formation of glucose excreted in the urine. (Hinsdale) Chimaphilla
It affects much the kidneys and curses troubled and foetid urine difficult or burning. If has also experimental glycosuria.
The prostate is irritated and swollen the whole perineum is congested. Urine contains a muco-purulent sediment. It suits to diabetes caused by the infection of the urinary system. It has been used by the allopaths in diabetes, but they never thought about the Homoeopathic action in diabetes.
Diabetes with pale urine, very abundant, of high density Frequent albuminuria.
Suits to the thirst of the diabetics: drinks much at time but at long intervals. Dryness of lips of the mouth and of the throat, liver sensitive and painful. Weakness vertigo, muscular weakness stomach sensitive to touch. Sensation of a stone in the stomach after meals.
Diabetes with hepatic troubles clear soft and pasty stools Abundant urine polyuria of high density containing sugar and biliary pigment at the sametime, or much urobiline.
It is classic because Iris affects essentially the pancreas. It seems to act rather on functional troubles of the pancreas as much as it is digestive gland rather than Langerhans island.
Ground remedy. Hepatic insufficiency associated to diabetes. Individual soon satisfied. Little or no thirst Often suits to benign diabetes with insufficient liver and sexual weakness.
Nux vomica Sedentary life. Desire for stimulants. Frequent constipation inefficacious urging. This remedy suits to patients who make irregularities in food and persons who have taken excessive drugs.
Suits to persons who have become weak due to constant loss or sugar. Great sensitiveness to air current to cold and to touch. Marked periodicity of all symptoms.
Association of gout or rheumatism and of diabetes. urine contains blood, albumen and sugar. Weak heart pains in the extremities by the least movement. Dry mouth. Thirst nausea and vomiting. Great prostration sensation of intense coldness and tendency to collapse.
Diabetics with sexual importance. Hypochondriasis. Wants to be alone (sepia)
Cannot bear high altitude and life in the mountains.
Reproduces the paralysis of flaccid muscles with diminution or abolition of reflexes which is found in cases of medullar troubles or in polyneuritis. A remedy indicated in cases of nervous origin (with Arnica if diabetes is caused by traumatism of the skull)
Diabetes with palpitations a rapid heart, a weak and soft pulse and a sensation of approaching death. is used as a decoction of the plant for daily use.
Classic in Basedow’s disease, also acts in diabetes with abundant aqueous urine a rapid and painful heart, a weak and intermittent pulse. Protrusion of eyeballs. Pluriglandular troubles (heart, thyroid, pancreas etc.) Opium
Prostration hebetude, tendency to come, myosis. Torpor, stertorous respiration sweats, dark red colour of the face. Dry mouth. Great thirst constipation without desire. Suits specially to diabetic coma.
Nervous, pancreatic diabetes. Occipital headache, tremblings itching, Eructations. Great thirst. Frequent dry cough worse at night.
Codeinum phosphoricum (1x) Advised by Wendellani in nervous diabetes because of the compound Codeine and Phosphorus.
Diabetes associated with uremia. Impotency. Dry mouth. Anorexia with aversion to meat.
Diabetes with gangrenous tendency; tendency to burning ulcers, with irritating discharges very excoriating foetid, corrosive. Humid gangrene. Red lips. Very rapid caries of teeth which become black. Foetid breath. Foetid urine with Arsenicum Album and Secale Cornutum this remedy forms the trio with which menacing gangrene is to be fought in diabetics.
Tendency rather to dry gangrene (Arsenicum Album has the tendency to dry as well as to humid gangrene). It acts however better in diabetes with debility emaciation inspite of good appetite and excessive thirst tongue dry and cracked, thirst, formication and numbness of the extremities with the sensation of very tight brodequin on the ankles, sensation of burning, wants to be uncovered however the parts exposed are cold to touch petechies, livid or blackish spots. Great aversion to heat.
Diabetes becoming rapidly grave. Urine often contains albumen and phosphates in excess; prostration, languidness. Sensation of heaviness in the sacrum and pelvis and sensation of uterine congestion. Melancholia, better by distraction and if the patient is kept in mental activity by work or by conversion.
Remedy habitually indicated in grave cases leading to agony. Muscular weakness unconsciousness, involuntary movements. of hands which bring up the covers or scratch the lips, automatically. Very foetid breath. Tongue and lips are dry, cracked. Red tongue. Urine diminished or absent pale face, swollen. Tendency to oedema.