A MANUAL OF PHARMACODYNAMICS

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This book has been cast in the form of lectures on the remedies in a pleasantly personal fashion, creating an image of the remedy in the minds of the reader. A brief analytical account of pathogenesis, sources and also, where possible, the manner in which the symptoms were obtained has been given about each remedy.
A unique and interesting paper of the Hahnemann's dosage from 1796 to his death has been added to dispel the extravagent notion prevalent about Hahnemann's potencies.

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This book has been cast in the form of lectures on the remedies in a pleasantly personal fashion, creating an image of the remedy in the minds of the reader. A brief analytical account of pathogenesis, sources and also, where possible, the manner in which the symptoms were obtained has been given about each remedy. A unique and interesting paper of the Hahnemann's dosage from 1796 to his death has been added to dispel the extravagent notion prevalent about Hahnemann's potencies.

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Pages976
AuthorsHughes, R
FormatPaperback
LanguageEnglish
ImprintB.Jain Regular
Hughes, R

Richard Hughes lectured on Literature at the University of London and was a fellow at the Royal Society of Literature, and an honorary member of both the National Institute and the American Academy of Arts and Letters. Hughes was born in Weybridge, London and educated at Charterhouse and Oriel College, Oxford. Hughes’ first published article, an answer to Alec Waugh’s book “The Loom of Youth” appeared in ‘Spectator’ in 1917. Hughes was a great Writer and Scholar. He actively cooperated with Dr. T. F. Allen to compile his “Encyclopedia” and rendered immeasurable aid to Dr Dudgeon in translating Hahnemann’s “MateriaMedicaPura” into English.

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