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    Posted: 09†May†07 at 11:34

Hello all, Can someone please direct me to find online Materia Medica for Tuberculinum Aviaire? Previous Homeopath was certain that my wife was in need of this remedy and had me order a 200c for her. Homeopath has since split and I want to make certain this remedy is indeed indicated for her.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 09†May†07 at 13:43

What's the deal with homeopaths vanishing into thin air randomly? A good chunk of posts on this board seem to be about that...

A quick google search turns up some stuff...

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 09†May†07 at 14:04

thanks for the reply but Ive googled quite a bit and dont get much specific symptoms about the Aviaire. If anyone can help, please let me know.

 

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 09†May†07 at 20:47

Dear Victor

To take this remedy is a bit risky,much aggravation may happen. You need the guidance of a homeopath if these aggravation do come up.

Please be carefull.

try this link for a MM

www.homeoint.org

MM from Boerike,Kent,Allen,Clark

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Edited by G Tyler - 09†May†07 at 20:51
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Have you got H.C.Allen
Tuberculinum avis
 [tuberculin, or tuberculin of birds]
 - It was tried in human tuberculosis by Pierre Jousset, nearly twenty years ago.
 - Although the patients requested the remedy, Jousset, Sr., has never confirmed any effects in human tuberculosis.
 - I have, in speaking on page 161 of the homoeotherapy of the tuberculins, insisted especially upon the value of Aviare in the non-tuberculous diseases of the respiratory organs.
 - According to Josť Galard, Aviare, in tuberculosis, is especially indicated when the symptoms are acute and of such a nature that they may develop into broncho-pneumonia, Wheeler, also, prefers Aviare in acute cases, but especially in the exacerbations of chronic pulmonary affections with profuse expectoration.
 - His favorite dilution is the 100th, repeated every twenty-four or forty-eight hours, until improvement appears.
 Tuberculinum avis
 Recurrent influenza with long teasing cough : Dr. Boericke.
 Tuberculinum avis
 Therapeutics
 - While this bacillus is considered identical with the human tubercular bacillus, it shows different clinical properties.
 - Its action is especially upon the apices of the lungs and has been employed in the bronchitis of influenza and measles.
 Compare
 - Tuberculinum
 Tuberculinum avis
 [AVIAIRE]
 Description
 - A preparation of chicken-tuberculosis introduced by Dr. Cartier and other homoeopaths of Paris.
 Clinical
 - Bronchitis.
 - Influenza.
 - Measles.
 - Phthisis.
 Characteristics
 - It has also done excellently in some cases of bronchitis following measles.
 - The bacillus of avian tuberculosis has been identified with that of human tuberculosis, but the clinical properties of the two nosodes are not identical.
 Relations
 Compare
 - Bacil., Bacil. t., Tuberc., Ars. i.

 Tuberculinum avis
 Key: - acts primarily on the (left) ear!
 - acts also on apices of lungs and kidneys.
 Indicated in acute states, especially with pulmonary congestion in chronic states, like asthma (children!).
 Acute otitis media.
 Acute broncho-pulmonary diseases of children.
 Acute inflammatory incessant cough.
 Cough after measles.
 Influenzal bronchitis.
 Weakness with anorexia.
 Tuberculinum avis
 Tuberculinum prepared from bird or chicken liver.
 Indications
 1. Incessant tickling cough - acute or chronic.
 2. Bronchial pneumonia.
 3. Pulmonary affections with profuse expectoration.
 4. Influenzal Bronchitis.
 5. Itching of palms and ears.
 6. Improves appetite if lost.
 7. Otitis media - slow onset - difficult hearing.
 8. Bronchial asthma.
 9. Restless children.
 10. Weak children.
 According to Jose Galard, Aviare is especially indicated when the symptoms are acute and are of such a nature that they may develop into bronchopneumonia. Wheeler prefers it in the exacerbation of chronic pulmonary affections with profuse expectoration.

 Tuberculinum avis
 Diseases
 Diseases - CONVALESCENCE, ailments, during or since
 Tuberculinum avis
 (chicken tuberculosis)
 Pharmacy
 Tub-a. Tuberculinium Aviaire. Chicken Tuberculosis. Historical dose: All potencies. 
 History
 Dr. Cartier gave an account of this nosode in his paper read at the International Homeopathic Congress, 1896. Tub. Aviaire acts most prominently on the apices of the lungs and it corresponds most closely to the bronchitis of influenza, which simulates tuberculosis, having cured several hopeless-looking cases. 
 It has also done excellently in some cases of bronchitis following measles. The bacillus of avian tuberculosis has been identified with that of human tuberculosis. 
 But the clinical properties of the two nosodes are not identical. Planets: Mercury.
 Homeopathic
 Tub. Aviaire acts on the apices of the lungs, has proved an excellent remedy in influenza bronchitis, symptoms similar to tuberculosis, relieves the debility, diminishes the cough, improves the appetite and braces up the whole organism, acute broncho-pulmonary diseases of children. 
 Itching of palms and ears. Coughs are irritating, incessant and tickling, loss of strength and appetite, (Hydr. to fatten patients after tuberculosis). 
 Clinical
 Bronchitis. Colds. Influenza. Measles. Pneumonia. Tuberculosis.
 Comments
 Anshutz relates a case of a woman who entered the hospital suffering from influenza and who, a few days after a slight amelioration of her symptoms, was attacked with a pulmonary congestion, clearly localized in the top of the left lung and accompanied by all the clinical symptoms of tuberculosis. 
 Rales and moist crepitation, dullness, exaggeration of the thoracic vibration, expectoration, fever, perspiration, spitting of blood. Examination of the sputa showed distinctly the presence of Koch's bacilli. Anshutz gave her Tub. Aviaire and in three weeks all the symptoms had left. That woman left the hospital completely cured and a year later her health was still perfect. 
 Anshutz noted ten cases of influenzal bronchitis with incessant coughs, fever and expectoration, rapidly cured by Tub. Aviaire.
 It seems that Tub. Aviaire does not act in diminishing the cough like an anodyne, but braces up the whole organism. The relief of debility and the return of appetite are the phenomena which was observed in conjunction with the diminution of the cough.
 In contrast with Bacillinum, Tub. Aviaire has considerable cough and little dyspnea. It has an acute, irritating cough, such as one meets with in acute diseases or sub-acute disorders in young people. 
 A cough which fatigues and which leads to enfeeblement and loss of appetite, a suspicious cough. 
 Compare
 (1) Bacil., Bac-t., Tub., Ars-i. 
 Sources
 Anshutz. Boericke. Clarke. 
 Tuberculinum avis
 [AVIAIR]
 Symptoms
 Clinical
 Acts most prominently on the apices of the lungs.
 Bronchitis, influenzaor measles.
 Tuberculinum avis
 Chest
 CHEST - CONGESTION - recurrent
 CHEST - INFLAMMATION - Bronchial tubes
 CHEST - INFLAMMATION - Bronchial tubes - children
 CHEST - INFLAMMATION - Lungs
 CHEST - INFLAMMATION - Lungs - pleuropneumonia
 CHEST - PHTHISIS pulmonalis
 Cough
 COUGH - CONSTANT
 COUGH - IRRITATION - Larynx; in
 COUGH - MEASLES - after
 COUGH - TICKLING
 Ear
 EAR - INFLAMMATION - Media
 EAR - ITCHING - Meatus
 EAR - PAIN
 Extremities
 EXTREMITIES - ITCHING - Hand - Palm
 Eye
 EYE - INFLAMMATION - Lids
 Generals
 GENERALS - CONVALESCENCE; ailments during
 GENERALS - FOOD and DRINKS - fat - agg.
 GENERALS - FOOD and DRINKS - fruit - desire
 GENERALS - INFLUENZA
 GENERALS - SWELLING - Glands; of
 Head
 HEAD - PAIN - school children
 Hearing
 HEARING - IMPAIRED
 Larynx and trachea
 LARYNX AND TRACHEA - INFLAMMATION - Larynx
 LARYNX AND TRACHEA - INFLAMMATION - Trachea
 Mind
 MIND - RESTLESSNESS - children, in
 Respiration
 RESPIRATION - ASTHMATIC - children
 Skin
 SKIN - ERUPTIONS - measles
 Sleep
 SLEEP - SLEEPLESSNESS - convalescence, during
 Stomach
 STOMACH - APPETITE - wanting
 Tuberculinum avis
 (tuberculin from birds)
  Microbiological name : Mycobacterium avium, Chester 1901.
 Acts on the apices of the lungs; has proved an excellent remedy in influenzal bronchitis; symptoms similar to tuberculosis; relieves the debility, diminishes the cough, improves the appetite, and braces up the whole organism, acute broncho- pulmonary diseases of children; itching of palms and ears; cough, acute, inflammatory, irritating, incessant, and tickling; loss of strength and appetite.
 Known : Avian tubercle bacillus.
 Source for the preparation of homoeo drug : It is isolated from tubercles in fowls.
 Morphology, cultural characteristic : Short to long rods. Dilute inoculation in spissated egg media yields usually smooth nonpigmented colonies after 7 or more days of incubation at 370. On aging, colonies may become yellow. On oleic acid albumin agar, smooth, thin, transparent, lobed, nonpigmented colonies are yielded. Occasionally rough strains are encountered.
 Resistance :   It is resistant to usual chemtherapeutic agents like isoniazid, PAS, streptomycin,   thiosemicarbazone and ethionarnide with partial exception of cycloserine.
 Biochemical. : Niacin test negative, fails to reduce nitrates, amidase lest negative for urea,    acetarnide, benzamide. Neutral red reaction positive, aryisulphatase test negative.
 History and authority : Introduced by Cartier; Clarke: A Dic. of Pract. Mat. Med., vol. 1, 235. , Anshutz.. New Old and Forgotten Remedies, 41.
 Biological distribution : It is widely distributed as the causal agent of tuberculosis in birds, rarely found in soil.
 Preparation  :    (a) It comes under class 11. It is obtained as suspension consisting of twenty billion bacteria per ml. Proceed according to general instructions for preparation of Nosodes Group N 1 1 to obtain 1 x.
 (b) 
 
Trituration 2x  Drug strength 1\10 
Aviaire      10 9 
Saccharum Lactis      990 g 
 
 To make one kilogram of the Trituration.
 (c) Potencies: 3x and higher to be triturated in accordance with the method; 6x may be converted to liquid 8x.
 Prescribed dose: 200, 1000 and higher.
 Tuberculinum avis
 [see tuberculinum aviaire]
 Tuberculinum avis
 Tub-a.
 Preparation of chicken-tuberculosis
 Characteristics
 Acts on the apices of the lungs; has proved an excellent remedy in influenzal bronchitis; symptoms similar to tuberculosis; relieves the debility, diminishes the cough, improves the appetite, and braces up the whole organism. Acute broncho-pulmonary diseases of children. Itching of palms and ears. Cough, acute, inflammatory, irritating, incessant, and tickling. Loss of strength and appetite. 9 Bronchitis following measles.
 Relations
 Compare: Ars-i.; Bac.; Bac-t.; Tub.
 Tuberculinum avis
 Is prepared from chicken tuberculosis and appears to act most markedly on the apices of the lungs.
 Tuberculinum avis
 This is one of the least potent of the tuberculins and has come to be thought of for individuals who display a persistent tendency to "take cold". It has a real value as a prophylactic for this susceptibility to germs of catarrh. The same may be said of the serum of Marmorek which can be repeated with little danger of reaction more frequently than some of the other tuberculins. This may be of advantage when continuous infection is prevalent for people constantly exposed to it. Bacillinum is another excellent prophylactic against colds, and can be combined to advantage with influenzinum. Aviaire has also helped in advanced pulmonary cases where it would be dangerous to use a more active preparation for fear of producing a harmful reaction, but where the patient benefits from a milder stimulus. Its prophylactic virtue is less effective. It has also been regarded as a valuable remedy in influenzal bronchitis and in some cases of bronchitis following measles.
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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10†May†07 at 09:13

Thank you carole for the comprehensive indications of this valuable medicine.I have used it many time with success without detailed case taking.Simply on clinical observation.

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Direct Link To This Post Posted: 10†May†07 at 10:18

Now thats service, thank you both very much!!

Homeopath who up and dissapeared was about to prescribe it to my wife as she has pulled eyebrows and lashes for many years. He said this remedy covers that particular symptom, but now Im scared to administer on my own, but my wifes not ready to start all over again with another homeopath just yet as she has become very gun shy.

Is this remedy difficult to antidote should a proving occur?  Can you possibly tell me the top antidotes so that if we do go ahead we can be prepared for adversity.

Thank you so much.

 



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