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  1. A to Z Homeopathy (Clinical Homeopathy) A to Z Homeopathy (Clinical Homeopathy)

    A to Z Homeopathy (Clinical Homeopathy)

    This book contains detailed description regarding history, philosophy, and principles of homeopathy. The book distinguishes homeopathy from modern system of medicines. It also contains information about the methods of administration of remedies, their doses and potencies. This book is a unique composition of not only common homeopathic remedies but also some common nosodes, the bach flower remedies and also 12 tissue remedies. This book will undoubtedly be a boon to all homeopathic students and practitioners and will help them to all understand the interface concepts of homeopathy and practice accordingly to serve humanity. This book exhibits a rare clarity of thinking and a precise and eclectic approach in explaining the complicated nuances of the difficult subject of Homeopathy. Learn More
  2. Synoptic Reference Synoptic Reference

    Synoptic Reference

    There is such a wealth of information in the homeopathic materia medica that a concise but thorough, structured but adaptable summation is needed to assist the overawed student in studying and the busy practitioner in retaining the essentials. This is the aim of SYNOPTIC REFERENCE. SYNOPTIC REFERENCE’s 500 remedies have been selected from over 6000 available remedies, ranging from the most traditional to the very new. Some are well-known with many uses and others are rare and little known. All are presented with a host of useful information. Moreover, some remedies do not appear in an appreciable way in any other materia medica. The remedies occur in the following divisions - 274 Plants, 132 Minerals, 64 Animals, 18 Nosodes, 10 Fungi and 2 Imponderables. This accurately reflects the proportion of various kingdoms and groupings in the entire homeopathic materia medica. The plant kingdom is by far the largest, followed by minerals and then animals. The extensive Source and Substance section includes the latest scientific names as well as accurate and up-to-date placement in the appropriate kingdoms or groupings. Correlations between source and symptoms are in a “Prisma-like” fashion. Characteristic features are described that enable prescribing on and comparison with materia medica, clarifying and highlighting the importance of certain symptoms in the materia medica. From the earliest times in homeopathy, connections between symptoms and qualities of substances have been noted and incorporated in remedy pictures. This has reached refinement in “source-based prescribing,” which most fully acknowledges and utilizes such connections. At the philosophical core of these ideas is the obvious statement that nature is full of phenomena, as described by chemistry, metallurgy, botany, physics and biology. There are plenty of additional ways besides these sources in which all parts of nature are expressed and interact with man. Living proofs of these are fairytales, legends, myths, traditional medicinal uses, economic avail, industrial applications and other relationships between men and animals, plants or minerals. In fact, rather than a proving being just a fragment of life, it appears that all of life is a giant, on-going proving. When applicable, these sources are used to correlate with existing materia medica for a comprehensive understanding of a remedy. The Materia Medica is subdivided into 4 Sections, which are Mind, Generals, Sensations and Locals. The sections contain individualizing characteristics and key symptoms. Out of a preponderant amount of materia medica information, these listings help focus on significant symptoms. They are derived from both clinical and proving symptoms for a balanced approach. Repertory rubrics are up-to-date, being derived from the Synthesis Repertory in the Radar OPUS program. Additional information is obtained from a wide variety of international Materia Medicas. A completely new feature, the PLUS GROUP consists of several distinctive characteristics or symptoms that define the remedy. Generally, the most distinct quality is listed first. With each added symptom, the possibility of this being the desired remedy increases. For example, the first line plus the second line makes the remedy more defined. Add the third line to the other two and that makes it even more likely that this remedy is correct. The more lines of the group are added “plus” by “plus”, the more confident one can be that the remedy fits the patient.

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  3. Allens Keynotes and Characteristics with Comparisons Allens Keynotes and Characteristics with Comparisons

    Allens Keynotes and Characteristics with Comparisons

    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 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
  4. The Bowel Nosodes The Bowel Nosodes

    The Bowel Nosodes

    A small treatise on various bowel nosodes from Morgan, Bacillus, Gaertner, Dys. co. etc. Each nosode has been explained under Hahnemann schema with their mental generals, and indications for main systems where they act, the exact source of preparation has also been given. There's a special note on biochemistry of the bowel organisms & their associated remedies which is also a worthy read.

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  5. The Materia Medica of Some More Important Remedies(Nosodes) The Materia Medica of Some More Important Remedies(Nosodes)

    The Materia Medica of Some More Important Remedies(Nosodes)

    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.

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  6. A Phenomenological Study of Nosodes A Phenomenological Study of Nosodes

    A Phenomenological Study of Nosodes

    Nosodes are the sure and specific guided missiles in the armamentarium of homeopathy. When the similimum does not work even after well repertorization and logic, the attention should go towards nosodes. They are known for miracles. In the present time much work is being done for the cause and establishment of nosodes. Growing and advanced knowledge of bio-sciences and the eternal principles of homoeopathy are contributing precious gems to homoeopathic medical science. In the strainful atmosphere of modern drugs and lifestyle, the human body has become a storage of toxic elements, and in such a state only nosodes can provide relief and cure. this fact has been verified by so many physicians in annals of medical history. Learn More
  7. The Materia Medica of Nosodes The Materia Medica of Nosodes

    The Materia Medica of Nosodes

    Materia Medica of the Nosodes with Provings of X-Ray, by Henry C Allen, was first published in 1910, This book covers 42 remedies and includes Bernard Fincke's 1897 provings of X-Ray. Allen regarded these remedies as homeopathic and not isopathic remedies. They were to be proved as homeopathic remedies and prescribed according to the totality of symptoms. The preliminary remarks for each remedy provides about the source of the proving. Characterstic symptoms are listed with remedy differential. Systems affected is given with the identifying symptoms. The number of marks precediing the symptoms indicate the relative value of each symptoms. This work is done of the greatest contribution of Dr H C Allen to the homeopathic science. Learn More
  8. Materia Medica of Nosodes with Repertory Materia Medica of Nosodes with Repertory

    Materia Medica of Nosodes with Repertory

     The first part of the book discuss the history and concepts of treating disease with Nosodes. Pages 167-559 are a Materia Medica of 66 Nosodes. Part I : Isopathic Concretology Part II : Materia Medica of Biotherapic Nosodes Part III : Repertory

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    The intriguing bowel nosodes are important but often neglected part of homoeopathic materia medica. The use of bowel nosodes has long been limited by the practitioners, owing largely to their limited proving. However, more and more clinicians are now willing to shed their inhibitions for using these medicines, given their wide range of therapeutic action. Unfortunately, not much is published on bowel nosodes ever since the concept came into being. This book is designed to suit the needs of teachers and students, as well as clinicians and researchers, who are willing to explore the field of bowel nosodes.

    Fortified with historical facts, direct clinical experiences of reputed clinicians, and latest research outcomes, this publication is a much-needed addition to one’s consortium of books. An analytical comparison drawn between bowel nosodes and their related non-bowel medicines is the hallmark of this book. It will enable the readers to develop explicit understanding for bowel nosodes and encourage them to probe into the unfathomed area of homoeopathic therapeutics. The elaborate profiles of polychrest bowel nosodes will facilitate easier understanding of the drug pictures by the students and help the teachers for classroom lectures. The clinicians willing to prescribe bowel nosodes to their patients will also benefit from the detailed symptomatology given in the book. In all, this book will be the perfect reference source for anything one would like to know about bowel nosodes.

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  10. Group Study in Homeopathic Materia Medica Group Study in Homeopathic Materia Medica

    Group Study in Homeopathic Materia Medica

    Benefit from the author's long teaching experience, this book is concise, direct and exhaustive and is specifically tailored to meet student's needs. It is the modem day FARRINGTON, simple, easier to understand and remember. The age-old concept of 'Group study in Materia Medica' presented in a new, lucid and more readable style. It is a unique compilation that presents schematic overview of group-wise study of drugs included in the homeopathic materia medica. It concisely presents the most important aspects on the subject of group study at a glance. Flow charts are added for ready reference. This book will be of immense help to undergraduate, post-graduate and practitioners in their day-to-day work. • Drugs from animal, plant and mineral kingdoms • Sarcodes and Nosodes explained • Schematic diagrams depicting important symptoms of medicines from each kingdom • Flow charts and tables for quick references and easy recall • Comparisons and differentiation between drugs from the same kingdom Learn More

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