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Canine skin problems, itchy skin, mange, ear mites, kidney disease, dry skin in dogs, smelly dogs, yeast in dogs, diarrhea, fleas, skin infections, gross discharges from ears and nose.
Most often it is called for when other remedies fail to cure and the condition relapses. Sulphur is sometimes referred to as the king of remedies or the chief polycrest.
When sulphur (sublimated sulphur) is needed, the animal often has a poor immune system that cannot heal conditions that other animals readily recover from. In this respect, it is similar to the remedy Silicea.
This remedies action is from within - outward. It has an elective affinity for the skin, where it produces heat and burning.
Mange and ear mites
Diarrhea in digestive disorders
Sneezing and nasal discharge, nose and sinus.
Fever and infections
Fleas in therapeutic indications by condition
Itching and burning
Foul, smelly discharges
Cracked, dry, scaly, skin, excoriation (damage or the surface removed), especially in folds [Lyc.]
Pruritus (severe itching of the skin, as a symptom of various ailments), especially from warmth, in evening, often recurs in spring-time, in damp weather
Chronic eczema of any part (the more the eruption is scratched the more it itches and burns)
Flaky skin (the skin is rough, coarse and measly)
Keynotes Strong indications for the use of Sulphur homeopathically:
BURNING HOT DISTRESS ON THE TOP OF THE HEAD; THIS CONSTANT HEAT ON THE TOP OF THE HEAD IS ONE OF THE MOST PROMINENT SYMPTOMS WE HAVE FOR SULPHUR
VOLUPTUOUS ITCHING, SOMETIMES RELIEVES; AFTER IT FOLLOWS BURNING; SOMETIMES LITTLE VESTICLES
HEAT and BURNING
HEAT IN THE BOTTOM OF FEET, OR COLD FEET WITH BURNING PADS
Sweat in armpits, smells like garlic
Enerttia and relaxation of fiber; hence feebleness of tone characterizes its symptoms.
Thirsty and warm
Scooting, from burning, itching anus
Dry - hard coat and skin
Flaky, scurfy eyelids
May be a smell of old build-up of mucus before the nose
Red orifices. The eyes, anus and ears may be deeply red, with clear or whitish discharge
May have an aversion to light
Cat-nap sleep (wakes frequently)
Dirty, filthy looking animals
Flea ridden and wormy animals
Loss of interest in grooming themselves
Aversion to bathing; getting the affected parts wet causes more BURNING
Animal seems lazy
Loss of vigor
Uncomfortable standing, STANDING IS THE MOST DISAGREEABLE POSITION, may lie down a lot
Icy cold feeling, feeling of needles in tissues. Weak spine, very susceptible to drafts on back. Pain in coccyx. Spinal irritation after injuries to spine; diseases of bones of spine. Sciatica. Pains through hips, legs and feet. Loss of power in legs. Pain in stifle (knee). Pain in toes and bottom of feet. Feet and skin have a sickening, vile, odor that cannot be washed away. Fistulas, especially in long bones. Pain and stiffness of bones and joints with real discomfort when fist moving after rest.
Modalities >Better During motion; on walking; in dry, warm weather, lying on right side, from drawing up affected limbs. In the evening; after midnight in the early morning; at 11 A.M.; bathing often worsens the symptoms. Itching and scratching. Warmth of bed or being covered. Worse at rest, STANDING IS THE MOST DISAGREEABLE POSITION, from touch, being in a closed room, changeable weather.
Compare: Aloe, Apis, Ars., Bell., Ferr-P., Graph., Hep., Lyc., Merc., Nat-M., Psor., Rhus-T., Sep., Sil., Thuj., Zinc. Complementary to: Aloe, Calc. and Psor. Follows well after Sulph.: Calc., Lyc., or Sulph., Sars. and Sep. frequently follow in given order. Note:Calcareamust not be used 'before' Sulphur. Mercur. and Calcarea are frequently useful afterSulphur,NOT before.
Dose It is often used in beginning the treatment of chronic cases and in finishing acute ones, but ONLY if the symptoms clearly and absolutely call for sulphur. Otherwise, it may incite an ugly aggravation. Unless under the care of professional homeopath be judicial in its use. Acts in all potencies from the lowest to the highest. Some of the best results are obtained from the higher, and not too frequent doses. The 12c potency is a good one to begin treatment with, going higher or lower according to the susceptibility of the patient. In turbid eruptions andskin disease 6c and 12c — thelowest potencies are advised. In chronic diseases, 200c and upward.
Source The mineral sulfur, which forms the basis of the homeopathic remedy sulphur, is found in the vicinity of the volcanic craters as well as hot springs in the United States, and Italy, Sicily.
Tip: The information in this article has been written with animals in mind. However, the same remedy can be used to treat these conditions in humans too.
For detailed treatments anddosing instruction in veterinary homeopathy, we recommend using Pet Remedy Charts, 'Homeopathy to the Rescue' fordogs, cats, horses or birds.
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