SNAKE POISON / HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINE

SNAKE POISON

INTRODUCTION

In Animalia, one of the massive families contributing various drugs to homeopathy is that the Ophidia group. Snakes are playing a great role in the medical record.

Their color, movement, and secretive habits make them more mysterious than other animals.



DISTRIBUTION
There are quite 2,600 species of snakes within the world. Of these, about 216 species are found in India, of which 52 are poisonous.
According to WHO it's estimated that about 60,000 to 70,000 persons die of snakebite per annum.



SENSES OF SNAKES
Hearing
Snakes cannot hear any sounds, only the interior ear is present but they will receive vibrations transmitted through the bottom.

Vision
Snakes have a definite sensory system. they are doing not have eyelids. the attention features a transparent cover, which changes every time the skin is shed. Thinner and active species like tree and rat snakes have good eyesight. Some snakes which hunt in the dark have heat-sensitive areas on their face, they will detect and strike prey kin the dark bu sensing the heat given off by the animals.

Smell
Snakes depend totally on the forked tongue to select up the scent from the air and ground and transfer them to the Jacobson's organs at the roof of the mouth. that's why a snake is consistently flicking its forked tongue out.

Pain & Temperature
Snakes feel pain and are acutely sensitive and may suffer from changes in temperature and humidity. When it's too cool, their rate goes down, it becomes too sluggish; when too hot, it gets dehydrated and dies.



CONSTITUENTS OF SNAKE POISON

Proteolysis
Fibrinolysis
Neurotoxins
Agglutinins
Cardiotoxin
Hemolysins
Coagulase hyaluronidase



MEDICINAL VALUE OF venom

Cobra poison is employed to alleviate pain thanks to neural leprosy.
It also can cure cancer.
In Ayurvedic medicine venom is employed as an antidote within the sort of certain ' Rasas' against Tuberculosis.
Viper venom is employed as a hemostat. utilized in hemophilia, during operation, to prevent hemorrhages.
Poison of Rattlesnake is employed as medicine for epilepsy, nerve exhaustion.
Certain venom are used as an area agent to treat rheumatism, inflammation of joint and neuralgic conditions.



LIFE SPAN OF SNAKES

INDIAN COBRA - 21 Years
SAW SCALED VIPER- 10 Years
BANDED KRAIT - 11 Years
INDIAN PYTON - 34 Years
COMMON SAND BOA - 13 Years
INDIAN RAT SNAKES - 10 Years



HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINES FROM SNAKE POISON

Name of Snake Medicine
Surukuku snake Lachesis Trigonocephelus
Cobra Venom Naja Tripudians
Coral Snake Elaps Corrallinus
Rattle snake Crotalus Horridus
Brazilian snake Crotalus Cascavella
Copperhead snake Cenchris contortrix
Yellow Viper Bothrops Lanciolatus
German Viper adder
Sea Snake Hydrophis Cyanocinctus
Moccasin snake Toxicophis



DOCTRINE OF SIGNATURE AND CONDITION TO PRESCRIBE HOMEOPATHIC MEDICINE

Snake is extremely sensitive to heat, so it lives in deep burrows where it's cooler; the tolerant Ophidia group is worse from warmth, by hot drinks, in sun, and in summer.
The snake is more ferocious and poisonous when hungry; the tolerant Ophidia group is aggravated by fasting and ameliorated after eating.
Snakes are poisonous. once we say the mind is poisoned, it means there's jealousy and suspicion; suspicion and jealousy are the characteristic symptoms of the patients.
The snake coils itself from left to right; symptoms of the Ophidia group proceed from left to right.
Immediately after a snakebite, the blood is let loose from that site as a therapeutic measure to limit the extent of damage; general relief from bleeding and the other discharges.
The snake is extremely sensitive to touch and vibrations; the patient is aggravated by touch and slight sound.
The snakes can swallow relatively large creatures easily. thanks to the pressure created by solids within the throat it can easily swallow the solids; patients can swallow solids easily.
The stools of the snake are black and offensive; the discharges in the Ophidia group are dark and offensive.



CLINICAL CONDITION TO USES OPHIDIA GROUP

Angina
Alcoholism
Asthma
Cardiac asthma
Carbuncles
Neuralgia
Diphtheria
Endocarditis
Gangrene
Hemorrhage
Jaundice
Paralysis
Puerperal fever
Skin affection
Ulcers
Varicose veins
Vertigo

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