Stones - Spectrum of Homeopathy 03/2019
Marion Zachmann: The Mona Lisa´s smile
Two cases show different aspects of stone remedies, especially of the Tourmalines. In the first case of recurrent urinary tract infections, a depressed woman who cannot feel either her bladder or herself more generally, withdraws into isolation. With the diagnosis of scleroderma in the second case, the emphasis is on the stone theme of hardening. Both patients become more open and softer, more able to feel themselves and less inclined to isolate themselves.
KEYWORDS: depression, Ferrum, Indigolite, scleroderma, stones, Tourmaline, urinary tract infection, Watermelon tourmaline
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