Homeopathy Remedies for Blood Poisoning Sepsis

Anshutz gives a useful therapeutic differential diagnosis of the condition Blood Poisoning Sepsis, with the most useful homeopathic remedies. Therapeutic byways by E.P. Anshutz, published in 1900….

Lachesis [Lach]

      Many lives have been saved by Lachesis 6th, from blood poisoning from cuts in dissecting or handling decayed or diseased matter, or from surgical operations.

Echinacea [Echi]

      Where there is great swelling an inflammation from wounds showing a state of sepsis Echinacea mother tincture, in 5 or 10 drop doses, is said to be effective. Skookum chuck.-Many cases of intractable skin diseases, like eczema, or any dry, scaly, scabby manifestation, have been cured by this salt of the Medical Lake in 2x or 3x trituration. It is said that before the days of the white man the Indian tribes of North America had an agreement that during a state of war no man who was going to Medical Lake Washington should be molested. They generally went to be healed of sores, which are but the result of bad blood. It is also said that sheep with scab were healed by the waters of this lake. Skookum chuck is the triturated salts of this lake. The possibilities of this drug are but vaguely known, but seem to run to the cure of the scabby, scaly forms of skin ills-which, in the final analysis, are but outward manifestations of internal ills. Lachesis for the deadly sepsis, Echinacea for the active eruptions, and Skookum chuck Indian good water for the chronic states form a powerful trio for the treatment of skin diseases.

E.P. Anshutz
Edward Pollock Anshutz – 1846-1918. Editor - Homeopathic Recorder and author of New Old and Forgotten Remedies. Held an Hon. Doctor of Medicine from Hering Medical College.