Author is a renowned Homoeopath with detail about him is there in Part -I of this book. Without going to a repetition, it may well be said that he is a well known personality for his works relating 'diagnostic approach'in Homæopathyand as such, he might be better known with his attitude and words: . Do we ever think :
Why one of the main symptoms of Lachesis is, 'can not bear anything tight anywhere'; Or, 'no two stools alike' in Pulsetilla (explained inside)! . Do we ever ask ourselves : Why does a remedy show a particular set of symptoms on a body? Yes, it is its properties : physical, chemical and its pharmacodynamics. It is not without a reason that a drug manifests symptoms on healthy body on proving. The pharmacodynamics of a remedy bears the indications of the symptoms to be exposed. . Symptoms manifested on proving are nothing but the remedy's pharmacodynamics, may or may not be explained always. . A remedy can never leave its inherent properties : physical or chemical; pharmacology, toxicology or proving expose its effects. . Unless a selected remedy be supported by the pathogenic findings, the system may not be considered as scientific. . Homoeopathic treatment does not mean just matching a remedy with some symptoms only; a diagnostic judgement behind it, makes it scientific. . A diagnostically established disease-drug relationship will obviously have a distinct impact towards curing a disease.