Table of Miasms in the Plant Kingdom           

This is the current table of miasm allocations within many systematic groups of the plants. Please see text below the table for general explanations.
To read comments on new proposals please click on the highlighted family name.

Please be aware that the allocation of remedies to certain miasms is more or less of a hypothetical nature and should not be taken as confirmed knowledge.
One objective of this table is to find confirmation or contradiction for these allocations and to collect suggestions for new entries.
So please use the suggested miasms with care.
If you want to know more about the systematics of plants and scientific family systems go here.

 

Flowering Plants
  ↓↓↓ 

Acute

Typhoid

Psora

Ringworm

Malaria

Sycosis

Tubercular

Cancer

Lepra

Syphilis

Anacardiaceae

 

Rhus-t

 

Rhus-v

Rhus-r

Mangi

 

Anac

Com, Rhus-g

 

Apocynaceae

Apoc-a (wn)*

Apoc(wn)

 

Stroph-s (wn, jf*)

Alst-c (wn)*, Alst-s (wn)*

 Stroph (jf)*

Quebr (wn)

 Vinc (wn)

Olnd (wn)*

 Rauw (wn), Reserp (wn)
Ibog (jw?)*

Araceae

 

Arum-t

 

 

Arum-m

Calad

 

 

 

 

Asclepiadaceae

 

Asc-t (ah)

 

 

 

 

 

Cund (ah)

 

 

Berberidaceae

Berbin

Podo

 

 

Berb

Caul

 

 

 

Berb-a

Boraginaceae*

 

Myos-a (?wn)

Onos (?wn)*

Onos (?wn)

Borag (wn)

Lithosp.(??wn)

Myos (wn)

Symph (wn)

 

 

Cactaceae*

Cactin (+an)

Carn-g

 

Opun-v

Cact

 

Cere-b.

Anh

Cere-s

 

Campanulaceae

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Lob

 

 

Caryophyllidae*

 

 

 

Phyt (an*)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Compositae / Asteraceae

Arn, Calen

Cham, Mill (wn)

 

Tarax, Card-m (?)

Cina, Eup-p, Eup-pur (wn),
Calen (ah*)

Senec

Abrot, Tus-fa (wf*)

Bell-p

Inul, Lact, Lappa,

Echi, Absin (sl)

Coniferae

see below

under     Not

Flowering

Plants

           

Cruciferae / Brassicaceae

Lepi (+an*)

Sin-n

 

Sin-a, Cheir (wn)

Iber

Coch

Thios

Thlaspi (+wn)

Raph

 

Dioscoraceae

Dioscorin(?)

 

 

 

Dios

 

 

Raja-s

 

 

Dipsacales

Samb (bb?*)

 

 

 

 

Vib (??*)

Samb (bb?*)

Valer(??*)

 

 

Ericaceae

Arbut

Gaul

 

 

Kalm

Rhod

 Uva-u(wn*)

Chim

Led

 

Euphorbiaceae

Crot-t

Manc

 

 

Casc,
Merl (+wn)

 Euph-pi (wn*)

Acal

Euph

Hura

Still

Fungi are a seperate

kingdom,

see end of

table, please

 

           

Geraniales

Ayah

 Galph (?wn)

 

 

 

Trib

Guai

Oxal

Coca, Cocain

 

Graminales siehe weiter unten Poales            

Hamamelidae
(alternative sections below)

Fic-i

Urt-u (?wn*)

 

Fagu, Urt-u(wn*, +an*), Betul (sl)

Cann-s,Myric, Querc (wn,sl),
 

Cann-i

Jug-c, Betul (jw?)

Ulm-p, Ham (+sl,+wn)

Cast-v, Platan (sl*)

 

Jug-r

Fagales  (now as Hamamelidae)

 

 

 

Fagu, Betul (sl)

Myric, Querc (wn),

 

Jug-c, Betul (jw?)

 

Cast-v,

 

Jug-r

Urticales  (now as Hamamelidae)

Fic-i (sl)

 Urt-u (?wn*)

 

Urt-u (?wn*) 

Cann-s

Cann-i

 

Ulm-p,

 

 

Saxifragales (now as Hamamelidae)

 

Ham (us?)

 

 

 

 

 

Ham (sl,wn)

Platan (sl)

 

Hippocastanaceae

 

 

 

 

 

Aesc (sl)

 

 

 

 

Labiatae / Lamiaceae

Menthol

Lycps

 

Teucr

Coll

Lam

Teucr-s

Agn

Oci-s, Leon (wn*)

Orig

Leguminosae / Fabaceae

Meli

Bapt

 

Chrysar, Saroth (wn)

Rob, Mim-p (wn)

Cop

Bals-p

Phys (+an*), Trifolium pr (wn)

Ceaesal

Lath

Liliflorae

Verat

Par, Lachn (wn), Verat-v

 

All-c (us?), All-s (us?), Sars

Colch, Iris (wn*)

Croc, Helon, Lil-t, Sabad

Agra, Squil (wn*)

Orni, Conv (wn), Tril (sl*)

Aloe

 

 

Acute

Typhoid

Psora

Ringworm

Malaria

Sycosis

Tubercular

Cancer

Lepra

Syphilis

Loganiaceae

Stry, Bruc

Nux-v

 

Upa

Spig

Gels

Brucin (wn)

Ign

Cur

Ho

Lycopodiaceae

see below

under

Pteridophyta

= Fernlikes

           

Magnolianae

Camph

Nux-m, Camph-ac

 

Asim

Magn-gr

Cinnam

Myris

Asar

Arist-c

 

Malvales

Choc

Abel

 

Goss

Abrom-aug

Til

 

Cacao (jw*), Kola (as*)

Kola

 

Menispermaceae

 

 

 

 

Cocc (wn)

 

 

 

 

 

Myrtaceae

 

 

 

Eugenia j. (wn)

Eucal. (wn)

 

Myrt-c (wn)

 

Caj (wn)

 

Nelumbaceae

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Nelumbo (sl*)

Nepenthales
Carnivorous plants

 

 

 

 

Sarr

 Dion (ka*)

Dros

 

 

Nep

Orobanchaceae*

  Epiph (wn*)    

 

         

Paeoniaceae

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Paeon (jw*)

 

Papaveraceae

Apom, Morph, Morph-s

Arge

 

Sanguin-n

Chel

Sang

Succ-a, Herin (sl)

Op,

Cod, Fum, Esch (an*)

Cory

Piperaceae

 

 

 

 

 

Pip-n,
Matico

 

Pip-m

Cub

 

Poales /Graminales

 Cyper-p (al*)

 Zea-m (?as*)

 Cyper-p (as*)

Cyno-d (wn?)

Sacch (?as*), Stipa-p (?as*), Cynod-d (al*?)

Cyno-d (wn?)

 Arund (?as*), Trit-v (al*?), Lol-t (al*), Zea-m (al*)

Bamb (as*), Oryz (?as*), Trt-v (al*?), Zea-m (al*)

 Trit-v (?as*), Anan (al*?)

 Aven-s (?as*), Anan (al*?), Bamb (al*?)

Polygonaceae

 

Rheum (wn*)

 

Fago(wn?), Chrys-ac(wn?)

Polyg-a (wn??)

Polyg. (wn?)

 

Rumx-a (wn?)

Rumx (wn)

 

Primulaceae

 

 

 

 Prim-o (wn*)

Lysim

 

 

 

Cycl

Anag

Ranunculaceae*

Acon, Aconin

Hell, Acon-ac

 

Act-sp

Ran-b, Ran-s

Puls

Cimic

Staph

Hydr

Clem

Rosaceae

Pyrus,
Hydr-ac

Amyg-am,
Potent (as)

 

Amyg-p

Prun, Ros-d.,
Frag-v (as), Alch-v (as*)

 

Prun-cf,
Laur (as*), Prun (as*), Agri (as*)

Rosa can,
Sanguis (as),
Crat (as*), Malus-d (ka*)

Laur,
Ros-g (us?)

Crat

Rubiaceae

Coffin

Ip

 

 

Chin, Chin-b, Chin-s, Chin-m, Chin-sal

Yohim

Coff

Gali,
Chin-ar

 Coff-t (wn)

 

Rutaceae

 

Ail, Cit-v (bj)

 

Aegle

Ang-v, Atista-r*

Ptel

Cit-v., Xan (bj)

Ruta, Cit-li

Xan (+sl), Diosm (bj)

Jab

Salicaceae

Pop*(?)

 

 

 

Salx-f*(?)

Salin*(?), Salx-n*(?)

 

 

Pop-c*(?), Salx-v*(?)

 

Santalales

 

 

 

Visc (wn*)

 

 

 

 

 

 

Scrophulariaceae

Digin

Euphr

 

Vero-o

Chelo

Dig

Verb

Scroph-n (+*)

Grat

Lept

Solanaceae

Bell, Stram, Hyosin (+sl), Nicot

Hyos

 

Dulc

Caps

Fab

Atro, Sol-tub (wn)

Tab, Dubin (as*)
 

Mand

Franc

Theales

Hyper

 

 

 

 

Gamb

 

 

Thea

 

Thymelaceae

 

 

 

 

Daphne laur (wn)

Daphne ind (wn)

Dirca pal (wn)

Mez (wn)

Daphne ol (wn)

 

Umbelliferae / Apiaceae

Conin (us?), Oena

Aeth

 

 

Sumb

Asaf

Phel

Con

Cic

Corian, Hydrc

Violales

Elat

Bry, Citr-l (wn*)

 

Viol-t

Coloc

Luf-op

Cist

Viol-o

 

Passi

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Not Flowering Plants       ↓↓↓ 

Acute

Typhoid

Psora

Ringworm

Malaria

Sycosis

Tubercular

Cancer

Lepra

Syphilis

Coniferae

Agath-a

Ter

 

Pseuts-m

Abies-n, Tax (wn*),

Thuj, Thuj-l (ah)

Pix

Sabin

 Ginko-b (wn)

 

Pteridophyta* (Fernlike)

 

 

Polyp-v (jw?*), Lyc (jw*)

 

Filix-m (jw?*)

Equis (sl*)

 

 

 

Pter-a (fs*)

 Not Plants     
             ↓↓↓ 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Fungi (kingdom, not
family)

Muscin (+jw)

 

 

Tinea-c (Ringw.)(+rw)

Bol-e,
Polyp-p (+sl)

Bov

Ust

Agar

Sec, Sol-t-ae+

Psilocybe (wn, +an*),
LSD (sl*)

Lichenes (lichens)

Usn (wn)

 

 

 Pelt-can (??wn*)

Stict (wn)

 

 

Clad-p (wn)

Cetr.(wn) ľ syph.
Clad-r (wn)

Clad-r (sl*)

All Remedies that are given without a mark are taken from the tables of Rajan Sankaran┤s books "An Insight into Plants, Vol. 1-3" or from Vital Quest.
The following marks are used to note suggestions given in seminars or personal conversation by the authors named.
If you see any obvious mistakes or if you have proved or disproved a certain allocation or if you want to make any comments, please send a mail to Joerg Wichmann <jw@provings.info>. Thank you.
We are interested in any well documented suggestion to develop this approach.

( ?) = suggested with question mark: this is only a suggestion with little material to support it, mainly because of theoretical reasoning. Use this only very carefully.

( *) = there is a comment in the family file, to read click on family name. If the * is after the family name itself, there is an update to the sensation of that family.

(ah) = *suggested or +confirmed by Andreas Holling
(al) = *suggested or +confirmed by Arbeitskreis Augsburg, led by Susanne Lukas
(an) = *suggested or +confirmed by Annette Sneevliet
(as) = *suggested or +confirmed by Anne Schadde
(bb) = *suggested or +confirmed by Bob Blair
(bj) = *suggested or +confirmed by Bhawisha and Shachindra Joshi
(fs) = *suggested or +confirmed by Franz Swoboda
(jf) = *suggested or +confirmed by JŘrgen und Greta Faust
(jw) = *suggested or +confirmed by Joerg Wichmann and Angelika Bolte
(ka) = *suggested or +confirmed by Karim Adal
(rw) = *suggested or +confirmed by Ruth Wittassek
(sk) = *suggested by Suraj Vishal Kasiparsad
(sl) = *suggested or +confirmed by Sigrid Lindemann
(us) = suggested by unknown source -- if you know of the source for this idea, please !  tell us.
(wf) = *suggested or +confirmed by Wyka Feige
(wn) = *suggested or +confirmed by Willi Neuhold
           All entries without a clear source have to be regarded as ??? and removed later on.
 

(+) = confirmation by a case, see info in the family file (click on name)
(-) = doubted because of a case, see info in the family file (click on name)


Of a given plant group this table only shows those species that we could relate a certain miasm to. If you want to see all remedies of a plant family or order that are in current homeopathic use or that have recently been proved, you can go to the website www.provings.info and there to "search substances and groups", where you can chose the remedy group you are interested in.

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