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The work of a homeopathic student while studying and applying materia medica is one to constantly compare and differentiate. He must compare the pathogenesis of a remedy with the recorded anamnesis of the patient; he must differentiate the apparently similar symptoms of two or more medicinal agents in order to select the simillimum. To enable the student or practitioner to do this correctly the student must have proper knowledge of the individuality of the remedy; something that is peculiar, uncommon, or sufficiently characteristic in the polychrest remedy that may be used as a pivotal point of comparison. This pivotal point may be a ‘keynote,’ a ‘characteristic,’ or the ‘red strand of the rope.’ This excellent work by Dr H.C. Allen helps the reader to grasp the PQRS symptoms in no time.Learn More
This book is an explanation of terms, dosages and potencies, how to examine the patient and the causes of intermittent fever. has a Materia Medica showing comparisons with similar remedies and case examples whilst also has a Repertory of all the rubrics relating to intermittent fever.Learn More
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The difficulty of mastering our voluminous and rapidly increasing symptomatology, has naturally led to demand for monographs and repertories; hence to the bracketed comparison have been added some leading characteristics of each remedy and a complete repertory.Learn More
The purpose of this book is to visualize the characteristic symptoms of nosodes, sarcodes and impondribilia in concise and practical form for easy comprehension The book covers the detailed and extended sympmatology of some important remedies including sarcodes, nosodes and impondribilia. It covers 16 remedies and includes the proving of X-ray, magnets, electricity. Each remedy starts on mental generals and ending with general symptoms. Division of each remedy is according to head to toe distribution.Learn More