miasm


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Related to miasm: sycotic miasm, syphilitic miasm
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Noun1.Miasm - an unwholesome atmospheremiasm - an unwholesome atmosphere; "the novel spun a miasma of death and decay"
ambiance, ambience, atmosphere - a particular environment or surrounding influence; "there was an atmosphere of excitement"
2.miasm - unhealthy vapors rising from the ground or other sources; "the miasma of the marshes"; "a miasma of cigar smoke"
air pollution - pollution of the atmosphere; "air pollution reduced the visibility"
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Here they have become hardened, have lost all self-respect, and have yielded day by day, to the mind-poisoning, moral miasm [sic] of these legalized receptacles, (pp.
When asked, homoeopaths say and teach that homoeopathy is the application of the law of similars, yet they often ignore that fact when prescribing, basing prescriptions on all sorts of other strategies--the constitution, sensation, essence, miasm or whatever.
It appeared a miasm of limbs flailing at the ball whilst errant passes handed possession straight back to the buoyant opposition.
CAUSALITY DISEASE HUMOR KOCH' POSTULATES MEDICINE MIASM PHYTOPATHOLOGY
In fact, it is a very powerful centrifugal remedy suitable to mixed miasm dominated by sycosis.
7) But even the theories that took the miasm as their basis for disease origin and infection were varied and complex.
Your genetic inheritance and family history determine which miasm your particular symptoms belong to.
The remedy capable of maintaining the healthy uninfectable by the miasm of scarletina, I was so fortunate as to discover.
There was almost no agreement as to which remedies apply to which miasm.
It is an excellent way to see whether the same symptoms and sensation present and the same kingdom, family, and miasm are confirmed.