The Sulphur

The general manifestations as forgetfulness, vertigo, disturbances of sleep, headache, do not seem to have the significance as in sulfur and selenium. Of the headache the site over the left eye limited to a small circumscribed spot is often mentioned. Symptoms of weakness were less striking than in sulfur and selenium. A certain unrest in the vascular system with sudden rushes to the head and reddening of the face recall sulfur.


Chief Trends: Skin: sweat offensive; discharge (from ear) smelling like herring brine Vesicular eruption (Neuralgias: sciatica? Sensitivity of the upper vertebra?)

DOSE : Usually D 6 (trituration).

Otto Leeser
Otto Leeser 1888 – 1964 MD, PHd was a German Jewish homeopath who had to leave Germany due to Nazi persecution during World War II, and he escaped to England via Holland.
Leeser, a Consultant Physician at the Stuttgart Homeopathic Hospital and a member of the German Central Society of Homeopathic Physicians, fled Germany in 1933 after being expelled by the German Medical Association. In England Otto Leeser joined the staff of the Royal London Homeopathic Hospital. He returned to Germany in the 1950s to run the Robert Bosch Homeopathic Hospital in Stuttgart, but died shortly after.
Otto Leeser wrote Textbook of Homeopathic Materia Medica, Leesers Lehrbuch der Homöopathie, Actionsand Medicinal use of Snake Venoms, Solanaceae, The Contribution of Homeopathy to the Development of Medicine, Homeopathy and chemotherapy, and many articles submitted to The British Homeopathic Journal,