Homeopathy treatment for Anaemia from the Homeopathic Therapeutics by Lilienthal. Homeopathic remedies for the treatment of Anaemia…

Alumina [Alum]

Anaemia and chlorosis in young girls at puberty; menses pale and scanty, with abnormal cravings for indigestible things; profuse albuminous leucorrhoea.

Argentum-nitr [Arg-n]

Shortness of breath, without lungs or heart being affected; sallow complexion from defective oxidation of the blood; heart- burn, dyspepsia; irritative flatulent gastralgia; round ulcer of stomach (local failure of nutrition); menses irregular, scanty or copious; spinal irritation, albuminuria, tendency to diarrhoea; CONSTANT DESIRE FOR CANDY OR SUGAR.

Arsenicum [Ars]

Disintegration of the blood-corpuscles; rapid, excessive prostration, with sinking of the vital forces; oedema; violent and irregular palpitations with marked appetite for acids or brandy; emaciation, wants to be in a warm room; debility from overtaxing muscular tissue by prolonged exertion; extreme restlessness and fear of death; gastroataxia; PERNICIOUS ANAEMIA.

China [Chin]

COMPLAINTS FROM LOSS OF ANIMAL FLUIDS, be it blood, semen, diarrhoea, leucorrhoea or overlactation; great debility, trembling, aversion to exercise; palpitations with rush of blood to head, and redness of face with cold hands; heaviness of head, with loss of sight, fainting and ringing in ears; sleeplessness; intolerance of fruits.

Ferrum-met [Ferr]

PURE ANAEMIA WITH APPEARANCE OF FALSE PLETHORA; face ashy pale or greenish, becomes bright red in flushes; great paleness of mucous membranes; bellow’s sound of the heart and anaemic murmurs of the arteries and veins; vomiting as soon as food is taken, with relief of gastralgic pains, prostration with lethargic dulness; animal food not desired, nor is it well borne by the stomach if taken into it; anaemia of chlorotic girls and women.

Ferri-citrate-et-strychnine [Ferr-cit]

Post -haemorrhagic anaemia (R.L.)

Helonias [Helon]

Debility and languor from affections of the genito-urinary organs; atony of all the organs from indolence and luxury; feels better when attention is engaged by outside matters; anaemia and atony from prolonged haemorrhage, especially from uterine atony.

Hydrastis [Hydr]

Atony, weakness, faintness and prostration from dyscrasic disorders injuring normal blood-formation; carcinoma, etc.; marasmus; expression dull; skin sallow, yellowish-white; bad effects from Mercurius

Kali-carb [Kali-c]

Frequent chilliness, every time patients goes out of doors; he becomes chilly from deficiency of red blood-corpuscles in the blood; vertigo when turning head rapidly or from riding in a carriage, with humming in ears; weakness of sight from sexual indulgence.

Natrum-carb [Nat-c]

Pallid anaemia, with great debility, milky-white skin; vitality below par; emaciation; nervousness and anxiety, (<) during a thunder storm; playing on piano or hearing music makes her nervous; inertia in psoric, phlegmatic persons.

Natrum-mur [Nat-m]

Blood impoverished; anaemia from loss of fluids; malarious cachexia; emaciation; skin harsh, dry, yellow; great exhaustion from any little exertion of mind or body; palpitation, with sensation as if a bird’s wing were fluttering in left chest; pressure and distension of stomach; constipation, with contraction of anus; terrible sadness.

Natrum-sulph [Nat-s]

Hydrogenoid constitution, depending upon dampness of weather or dwelling in damp house; sycosis and hydraemia.

Nux-vomica [Nux-v]

Anaemia from gastro-intestinal derangement, especially in persons of sedentary habits or given to high living or debauchery.

Pulsatilla [Puls]

Chloro-anaemic women, always complaining of feeling chilly, and still feeling better in the fresh air; feels worn out, all tissues relaxed; peevish, but not irascible; slow phlegmatic temperament; after failure of iron and China.

Sepia [Sep]

Chloro-anaemia, with irritability and even vehemence and complete aversion to her usual household duties; pelvic congestion.

Samuel Lilienthal
Dr. Samuel Lilienthal (1815-1891) was from Germany, and became a pioneer homeopath in America. He received his Doctor of Medicine Degree from the University of Munich in 1838. After he moved to the United States, he was hired as Professor of Clinical Medicine at New York College for Women, and also as Professor of Mental and Nervous Diseases at the New York Homeopathic College.
Dr. Samuel Lilienthal was the author of many great books including “Homeopathic Therapeutics”. For many years, with the support of Dr. Constantine Hering, he was the editor of the North American Journal of Homeopathy. Dr. Lilienthal passed away on February 2nd 1891 in San Francisco.