Scarlatininum

Natural History.
      The nosode of Scarlatina or Scarlet Fever.

Clinical.
      Albuminuria.
      Nephritis.
      Scarlet fever.
      Skin affections.
      Throat, sore.

Characteristics.
      Scarlatinin has been used, like other nosodes, for the prevention and for cure of the disease from which it takes origin.
      But its well-known affinity for the skin, throat and kidneys suggests its applicability for affections of those organs.

Relations.
      Bell.
      Is the nearest analogue and should be its antidote, and the various Mercuries come next.
      Compare also: Apis, Ars., Rhus, Morbilli, Diphtherinum.