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  1. New Manual of Homoeopathic Materia Medica & Repertory With Relationship of Remedies New Manual of Homoeopathic Materia Medica & Repertory With Relationship of Remedies

    New Manual of Homoeopathic Materia Medica & Repertory With Relationship of Remedies

    Amongst all the valuable literature available for homoeopathy, it would be unjustified to not mention, william Boericke's efforts. One of his most valued contribution is in the form of 'Homeopathic Materia Madica and Repertory'. This book provides authentic information on homoeopathic drugs. The unique feature is the systematic representation of the drugs under various system headings like mind, head, female, Respiration, sleep, extremities, etc. Every drug is followed by a brief about it's relationship with other remedies. This literature has an added advantage, as it is a compendium of a clinical repertory which is very useful for bed-side prescribing. The repertory is handy and easy to use and since it is based on the most widely used book of reference for Materia Medica and Clinical Repertory and would find place on every homoeopath's desk. This new edition has added advantages which make it all the more invaluable: . Section on rare and uncommon remedies . To maintain the high standard, all abbreviations and remedy names have been derived from the 'Synthesis Repertory' . A section on mother tinctures has been added to the book to make the study of the subject complete . An index of the drugs, with both common and Latin names has been introduced in the beginning of the book Learn More
  2. Objective Type Question And Answer in Materia Medica Repertory Pharmacy & Organon Objective Type Question And Answer in Materia Medica Repertory Pharmacy & Organon

    Objective Type Question And Answer in Materia Medica Repertory Pharmacy & Organon

    This book is one of the best selling book for homeopathic P.G. Entrance Examinations, UPSC & other state borad exams. The book contains Multiple Choice Questions on various homeopathic subjects namely Materia Medica< Pharmacy, Repertory & Organon. This pattern of book is not just beneficial for exam preparation but is not just beneficial for exam preparation but is a unique way to perceive the subject and memorize minute details. Learn More
  3. A Dictionary of Practical Materia Medica (Vols.I, II, III) A Dictionary of Practical Materia Medica (Vols.I, II, III)

    A Dictionary of Practical Materia Medica (Vols.I, II, III)

    John Henry Clarke consulted Allen, Hering, Hughes, Jahr, and Lippe, among others, in the writing of his 3 volume Dictionary of Practical Materia Medica. Offering over 1000 remedies with information about indications, keynotes, relationships, alternative names, causations, affinities and more. Every homeopath should be familiar with this book. Almost all the remedies whose definite use has been recorded in the homeopathic literature are included in the book. The clinical uses of the remedies are discussed, cases are given as examples, and the remedy symptoms are listed using the Hahnemann schema. The important features of Clarke's dictionary are the clinical conditions and the description of general nature of the remedy, described under the heading characteristics. This work of Dr. Clarke along with the Repertory of Materia Medica are recommended by the FDA's rule on "Condition under which homeopathic drugs may be marketed." . Great work with practical utility . Homeopathic Materia Medica arranged systematically . A useful section on clinical conditions of each remedy given in the beginning . General nature of the remedy has been given beautifully under the heading characteristics Learn More
  4. Chronic Diseases & Theory of Miasms Chronic Diseases & Theory of Miasms

    Chronic Diseases & Theory of Miasms

    The repertory of Homeopathic Materia Medica by James Tyler Kent became the standard and remains so until this day. Kents Repertory belongs on the bookshelf of every practicing homeopath or student. Though repertories such as Synthesis have corrected errors and improved content, Kents opus remains viable to this day

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  5. Lotus Materia Medica Lotus Materia Medica

    Lotus Materia Medica

    Materia Medica literally translates to Materials of Medicine. Lotus Materia Medica is a compilation of the special qualities of medicinal substances. It is a concise compilation of homeopathic knowledge on over one thousand two hundred homeopathic and herbal remedies. The vast area of information covered in this book is almost sufficient to make one a knowledgeable homeopath or herbalist. The preface of the book mentions the changes from the previous edition, following which is a small introduction. It then proceeds to a homeopathic and herbal remedy outlook, elaborating them in detail. This outlook defines and explains each section that will be found under each remedy. The book is neatly segregated into various sections. The first section is called Pharmacy. This section contains Latin and common names of various substances, dosing history, astrological information and more. The second section is called History. Here, historical information on the various substances dealt with is mentioned. The third section is called Homeopathic, where general and therapeutic homeopathic and herbal uses are given. The fourth section is called Clinical, where clinical conditions that a substance has previously been used to treat, are provided. The fifth section is called Mind, where emotional and psychological symptoms are provided. Learn More
  6. Boger Boeninghausens Characteristic and Repertory Boger Boeninghausens Characteristic and Repertory

    Boger Boeninghausens Characteristic and Repertory

    Dr Boger was the best disciple of Dr Boenninghausen and he proved this by making one of the greatest text on homoeopathic literature that is, Boger Boenninghausen's Characteristics and Repertory. All those who criticized Boeningahusen's work for no differentiation between general and particular modalities, got an answer for it in this repertory. The plan of this book is based on 'Repertory of the Antipsorics', which is one of the most initial and fine repertories of homoeopathic history. This book has modalities for each part given at the end of concerned section of repertory. there is also a section devoted to general modalities at the end of the book. This edition has the advantage over all others for being most accurate of them all. It has been checked by Late Dr D.P. Rastogi and Dr. V.D. Sharma, who have corrected more than 100 errors in the abbreviations of name of drugs used in the repertory. In this edition, both characteristic Materia Medica and Repertory have been combined for thorough understanding of the topic. Learn More


    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.

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  8. 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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  9. Repertory of the Homeopathic Materia medica with a word & thumb index-Mini size Repertory of the Homeopathic Materia medica with a word & thumb index-Mini size

    Repertory of the Homeopathic Materia medica with a word & thumb index-Mini size

    The repertory of Homeopathic Materia Medica by James Tyler Kent became the standard and remains so until this day. Learn More
  10. New, Old & Forgotten Remedies New, Old & Forgotten Remedies

    New, Old & Forgotten Remedies

    Among the new ones in this edition will be found a number of drugs that were proved at the different homeopathic colleges under modern conditions. These accurately proved remedies may become valuable additions to our materia. In addition to these are also numerous new or old drugs brought out through clinical observations such as formic acid, Gunpowder, Ichthyol, Indol, and others. These, may also become very useful additions to the physician's armamentarium. While no repertory is attached a very thorough therapeutic and clinic index has been made that will guide the physician who is looking for a remedy in this new field. Learn More

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