Carbo Animalis is a homeopathic remedy made from animal charcoal, useful for the health of lymphatic tissue, nervous system and gastrointestinal mucosa. Let’s find out better.
Description of Carbo Animalis
The homeopathic remedy Carbo Animalis originates from animal charcoal. The latter, also called bone charcoal or animal black or even bone black, is obtained from the carbonization of bones and animal tissues.
The result is an odorless black powder, practically insoluble in water and alcohol, with a strong adsorbing power, for this reason it is also an activated carbon, able to absorb both gaseous substances and solid substances dispersed or dissolved in different solutions.
Today, for the most common uses, animal charcoal has been almost completely replaced by charcoal of plant origin. The homeopathic remedy Carbo Animalis is obtained by shredding animal charcoal with lactose and subsequent dilution and dynamization in hydroalcoholic solution. The animal charcoal used comes from charred ox skin.
When to use Carbo Animalis
Carbo animalis is a homeopathic remedy with local action; it acts mainly on the lymphatic tissue, the nervous system, the gastro-intestinal mucosa, the vascular system and the skin.
It is indicated in cases of diseases that appear insidiously, which develop slowly and become chronic. It is often useful after food poisoning, especially from spoiled fish or spoiled legumes.
The homeopathic remedy Carbo animalis is used in the following main cases:
- disorders of the lymphatic and glandular system
- disorders of the gastrointestinal system such as gastritis, constipation, diarrhea, hemorrhoids
- respiratory problems, hoarse and dry cough, bronchitis, pneumonia
- disorders of the female genital system, dysmenorrhea, frequent menstruation, weakness during lactation.
- disorders of the circulatory system, vericose veins
- head disorders, headache, mumps, ear discomfort
- disorders of the musculoskeletal system, lumbago, pain in the joints, bones and muscles.
- skin disorders, acne, chilblains, warts
Doses and administration
In all cases: if acute, dilution 4CH, 3 granules several times a day; if sub-acute, dilution 7 – 9CH, 3 granules 1 – 2 times a day; if chronic, dilution 15 – 30CH, 3 granules once a day to once a week.
Who is Carbo Animalis recommended to
The subject Carbo animalis is usually a cold old man with a face, nose, nails and cyanotic fingers, with poor lymphatic and blood circulation; he is weak and very tired, sad, depressed, fearful, lonely and anxious.
He has an irregular pulse, a feeling of warmth in his head and limbs.