Fascinating fungi - Spectrum of Homeopathy 02/2015
Willibald Neuhold: Barrenness and abundance
Sticta pulmonaria and other lichens – a symbiosis of fungi and algae
Based on the biology of the lichen, their phytotherapeutic use and the symptoms of these symbiotic communities of fungi and algae known to homeopathy, the author develops the characteristic polarities of the vital sensation, the pattern of active and passive reaction, and an initial miasmatic classification. Two cases of Sticta pulmonaria show the experience of the vital sensation of the Lichen in two patients with coughing.
keywords: Algae, Cetraria islandica, Cladonia pyxidata, Cladonia rangiferina, coughing, dryness, Fungi, Lichen, miasm, Peltigera canina, respiratory disease, sensation method, Sticta pulmonaria, symbiosis, Usnea barbata