Stones - Spectrum of Homeopathy 03/2019
Anne Schadde: Inner rupture
The author, who introduced Tourmaline and its variants to homeopathy, uses two examples to show the breaking out of inner conflict typical of this stone. It is expressed in both patients as pain that gathers or brews in the abdomen or head. Critical things and feelings come up that are hidden in everyday life. A typical example of this dynamic of latent simmering conflicts is the chronic tooth infection, which breaks open under the influence of Chrome tourmaline. The “old gathered up stuff,” as the patient puts it, comes to light.
KEYWORDS: cancer miasm, Chrome tourmaline, diverticulitis, implant, Indigolite, injury, headache, malaria miasm, miasms, stones, teeth, Tourmaline, Watermelon tourmaline