The tubercular miasm was defined by J. H. Allen, who called it “pseudo-psora.” With this miasm, the homeopath will often find a disposition to tuberculosis in the family history.

The tubercular miasm is defined as a mixed hereditary miasm with a sycotic and a syphilitic variant. A case history shows the practical use of this miasmatic classification. The emphasis in the case history is on the active miasm and the symptoms that represent the pathology.

KEY CONEPTS: cancer, miasm, pseudo-psora, psora, sycosis, sycotic-tubercular, syphilis, syphilitic-tubercular, tubercular

The tubercular miasm was defined by J. H. Allen, who called it “pseudo-psora.” With this miasm, the homeopath will often find a disposition to tuberculosis in the family history.

The tubercular miasm is defined as a mixed hereditary miasm with a sycotic and a syphilitic variant. A case history shows the practical use of this miasmatic classification. The emphasis in the case history is on the active miasm and the symptoms that represent the pathology.

KEY CONEPTS: cancer, miasm, pseudo-psora, psora, sycosis, sycotic-tubercular, syphilis, syphilitic-tubercular, tubercular



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