Pyrogen homeopathy medicine, complete details of homeopathic Pyrogen from Keynotes and Characteristics by H C Allen…

Pyrogen suits For sapraemia or septicemia; puerperal or surgical from ptomaine or sewer gas infection; during course of diphtheria, typhoid or typhus; when the best selected remedy fails to > or permanently improve.

The bed feels hard ( Arnica ); parts lain on feel sore and bruised ( Baptisia ); rapid decubitus ( Carbolicum acidum ).

Pyrogen Great restlessness; must move constantly to > the soreness of parts ( Arnica, [Eup.]).

Tongue: large, flabby; clean, smooth as if varnished; fiery red; dry, cracked, articulation difficult ( Crot., Ter. ).

Taste: sweetish; terribly fetid; pus-like; as from an abscess.

PyrogenVomiting: persistent; brownish, coffee-ground; offensive, stercoraceous; with impacted or obstructed bowels ( Opium, Plb. ).

Diarrhoea: horribly offensive ( Psorinum ); brown or black ( Lep. ); painless, involuntary; uncertain, when passing flatus ( Aloe, Oleander ).

Pyrogen Constipation: with complete inertia ( Opium, Sanicula ); obstinate from impaction, in fevers; stool, large, black, carrion-like; small black balls, like olives ( Opium, Plb. ).[sheep dung?]

Foetus: or secundines retained, decomposed; dead for days, black; horribly offensive discharge: “never well since” septic fever, following abortion or confinement. To arouse vital activity of uterus.

Lochia: thin, acrid, brown, very fetid ( Acid nitricum ); suppressed, followed by chills, fever and profuse fetid perspiration.

Distinct consciousness of a heart: it feels tired; as if enlarged; purring, throbbing, pulsating, constant in ears, preventing sleep; cardiac asthenia from septic conditions.

Pulse abnormally rapid, out of all proportion to temperature ( Lilium ).

Skin; pale, cold, of an ashy hue ( Secale ); obstinate, varicose, offensive ulcers of old persons ( Psorinum ).

Pyrogen Chill: begins in the back, between scapulae; severe, general, of bones and extremities; marking onset of septic fever; temperature 103 to 106; head sudden, skin dry and burning; pulse rapid, small, wiry, 140 to 170; cold clammy sweat follows.

In septic fevers, especially puerperal, Pyrogen has demonstrated its great value as a homeopathic dynamic antiseptic.

Pyrogen Relations. – Compare: Arsenicum, Carbo vegetabilis, Carbolicum acidum, Opium, Psorinum, Rhus, Secale, Verbascum

Latent pyogenic process, patient continually relapsing after apparent simillimum.

H. C. Allen
Dr. Henry C. Allen, M. D. - Born in Middlesex county, Ont., Oct. 2, 1836. He was Professor of Materia Medica and the Institutes of Medicine and Dean of the faculty of Hahnemann Medical College. He served as editor and publisher of the Medical Advance. He also authored Keynotes of Leading Remedies, Materia Medica of the Nosodes, Therapeutics of Fevers and Therapeutics of Intermittent Fever.