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Sex is one of the most important aspects of human life. No humanbeing is perfect unless he or she enjoys sexual experience. Thesexual disorders/diseases and other ailments pertaining to sexualactivities have been discussed in this work in an easy language.This work has been based on practical & therapeutic approach. Thehomeopathic remedies given in this work are generally specific &they work well if given according to the right principles.Learn More
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The Materia Medica of some important nosodes, sarcodes, bowel nosodes and provings of penicillin, chloromycetin and others. In this age of antibiotics, it is becoming more and more apparent that however useful they may appear to be, they are very often attended with undesirable side-effects and render the patients allergic to their future use. Hence there is an attempt on the part of Homeopaths to prove these drugs, on strictly Hahnemannian lines, to ascertain their individualising features for therapeutic purpose and to render them suitable for administration in potentised form to antidote the ill effects of the respective antibiotic drugs in crude doses.Learn More
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1. Easy to understand language. No complicated words or sentences. Even a student from non-English medium will understand the language.
2. Simplified explanation of each drug.
3. Guide lines for students about ‘HOW TO STUDY HOMOEOPATHIC MATERIA MEDICA’.
4. Useful for students of all years of BHMS and MD course.
5. With Therapeutic Index and Glossory
6. Flow Chart of Remedies at a Glance
7. Foreword by Vice-Chancellor of Maharastra University of Health Sciences Nashik (MS)
8. Special chapter of Bio-Chemic System of Medicine
9. 180 Homoeopathic Medicines
10.Special chapter regarding introductionLearn More
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The Therapeutic Pocket Book (For Homeopathic Physicians, to be Used at the Bedside of the Patient, and in Studying the Materia Medica Pura) by Clemens von Boenninghausen, was first published in 1846. T. F. Allen's translation came out in 1891.
This opus is the quintessential Boenninghausen, presenting his ideas in their most effective manner. He used 5 grades to differentiate symptoms in this repertory, from 'doubtful' to 'proving symptoms repeatedly verified'. Though extensively used by some of our most gifted practitioners-Lippe, Case, etc., others such as Kent disparaged its value.
In his Preface Boenninghausen says, "There is no doubt that a diligent and comprehensive study of the pure materia medica cannot be thoroughly accomplished by the use of any repertory whatever."
At the same time he recognized the need for a reference that contained the characteristic symptoms. Thus permitting the busy practitioner to select from the remedies generally indicated the one most homeopathically suitable, without too great a loss of time.
He felt that other repertories were incomplete due to the listing of partially complete symptoms. Body parts listed without sensation, omitted aggravations and ameliorations, the absence of concomitants, etc. Boenninghausen felt that the older repertories scattered symptoms among different rubrics making the comprehension of the totality difficult.
To remedy these identified defects he gathers together all the affected localities, all the sensations, all the aggravations and ameliorations, all the concomitants, each fitting into its own place in the case. This process creates the totality of the symptom ultimately ending with the selection of the appropriate remedy.