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miasm

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Pronunciation: /ˈmʌɪaz(ə)m
 
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Definition of miasm in English:

noun

(In homeopathy) a supposed predisposition to a particular disease, either inherited or acquired.
Example sentences
  • The final selection of the similimum will depend on the patient's miasms or inherited diseases, at which we will look more closely now.
  • The sycotic miasm is the one that has the greatest tendency to overgrowth and hence obesity.
  • It is as if the sacred geometry of Red Schiso attracts all the essences that are needed to make a formula that will address even the most chronic miasms or energetic blockages.

Origin

mid 19th century: from German Miasm, from Greek miasma (see miasma).

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