Drug Relationships

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Author: C B KNERR
ISBN: 9788131900215
Imprint: B.Jain Regular

Pages

110
Format

Paperback
Language

English

 Presenting a unique exhaustive list of relationships of homeopathic remedies, this book helps you find out if your Second Prescription is antedotal or complementary to the simillimum or whether the follow up remedy will aggravate your case or cure it. It is a must-have for all sincere practitioners ...Read More

 Presenting a unique exhaustive list of relationships of homeopathic remedies, this book helps you find out if your Second Prescription is antedotal or complementary to the simillimum or whether the follow up remedy will aggravate your case or cure it. It is a must-have for all sincere practitioners of the Hahnemannian art. C.B. Knerr has given a relationship of remedies which can be studied under many headings such as Antidotes, collateral, complementary, Inimical, Compatible remedies.

 The relationships that this book mentions are-

ANTIDOTES: To the effects of massive and molecular doses; chemical antidotes in poisoning; to the lasting or chronic effects super induced by the drug.

COLLATERAL: Side relations (congeners) belonging to the same or allied botanical family or chemical group.

COMPATIBLE: Drugs following well.

COMPLEMENTARY: Supplying the part of another drug.

INIMICAL: Drugs disagreeing, incompatible, do not follow well.

SIMILAR: Drugs suggested for comparison by reason of their similarity; usually compatible, unless too similar, like Nux vomica and Ignatia

As important as it is to memorise the medicines, the same goes out to the relationship part as it is the most sought after topic for competitive examinations too.


Pages 110
Format Paperback
Imprint B.Jain Regular
Language English

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C B KNERR

Calvin Knerr was born December 27, 1847 and grew up with a father who was a lay homeopath and an uncle who knew Hering at the Allentown Academy. He attended The Allentown College Institute and graduated from Hahnemann Medical College in 1869 (along with Cowperthwaite and T.L. Bradford).He then entered the office of Dr. Constantine Hering as his assistant. The diary he kept while living in Hering's house became The Life of Hering, published in 1940.From 1873-4 Dr. Knerr studied in Berlin,... Read More

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