Gangrene is the death of an area of the body usually due to
loss of blood supply. Gangrene can be caused from a bacterial infection
that has not been treated; this is wet gangrene.
Or, gangrene can be caused by a decrease in blood flow to an area
of the body where the tissue in this part of the body has been injured
or diseased; this is dry gangrene.
Homeopathic Remedies & Homeopathy Treatment for Gangrene
Dry gangrene in old people, soreness and burning relieved by warmth,
restlessness. It is often indicated in gangrene of the lungs. Secale
is aggravated by warmth, thus differing from Arsenicum. Arsenicum
has a foetid diarrhea, great weakness, emaciation, and coldness
and heat alternately. Lachesis. Traumatic
gangrene. Franklin recommends this remedy highly in gangrene following
wounds, saying that it is eminently curative of gangrenous affections.
Crotalus has hot, bluish, moist gangrene,
the limb being covered with black blisters and much swollen, emitting
a foul odor.
corresponds to senile gangrene with tingling and formication. Dry
gangrene of toes; a number of cases of cure of this condition by
Secale are on record. The skin in wrinkled and dry, shrivelled and
cold, no sensibility, black and free from foetor. Large ecchymoses
and blood blisters, which become gangrenous, will indicate the remedy.
#Carbo vegetabilis. [Carb-v]
Carbuncles and boils, becoming gangrenous. There is no restlessness,
as in Arsenicum, but the parts have a livid purple look, and they
are icy cold. It also suits moist gangrenous in cachectic persons
whose vitality is weak. The secretions are foul and there is great
prostration. Arnica may be useful in gangrene following contusions.