A teenager’s reaction to her multiple sclerosis is remarkably devoid of emotion. Her case leads to the sensation of the Poppy family and the sycotic miasm.
A young patient with multiple sclerosis feels numbness on the physical level and expresses a complete lack of emotion on the psychological level. The totality of her symptoms clearly indicates the remedy Opium, but the miasmatic analysis according to Sankaran leads to the prescription of a different remedy from the same botanical family.
KEY CONCEPTS: cancer miasm, miasm, multiple sclerosis, MS, Opium, Papaveraceae, Sanguinaria, sycosis, vital sensation