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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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In Rajan Sankaran's Schema, Lyssin is classified under the acute miasm, which explains the feeling of life or death and the extremely violent reaction of an individual when he perceives attack (in this case, in the form of torment).
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.
There was almost no agreement as to which remedies apply to which miasm.
The remedy capable of maintaining the healthy uninfectable by the miasm of scarletina, I was so fortunate as to discover.
It is an excellent way to see whether the same symptoms and sensation present and the same kingdom, family, and miasm are confirmed.
Aspergillus constitutional types are of the tubercular miasm, slender, with lung issues, and fungal problems from sinus to female pelvic and bladder disorders and cancer.
It is listed under the Typhoid miasm, where intense, short bursts of effort and struggle alternate with resignation and collapse.
This was particularly interesting to us since Caladium corresponds to the sycotic miasm.