Homoeopathic Therapeutics in medicine, the branch that deals specifically with the treatment of disease and the art and science of healing is termed as Therapeutics. In a broad sense therapeutics means serving and caring for the patient in a comprehensive manner, preventing disease as well as managing specific problems. Exercise, diet, and mental factors are therefore integral to the prevention, as well as the management, of disease processes.

In homoeopathic pharmacology, therapeutics accordingly refers to the use of drugs and the method of their administration in the treatment of disease.

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    This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1892 edition. Excerpt: ... Tenesmus, great desire for stool, but every effort results only in voiding a little urine; bearing down at stool as if all would protrude. Smarting, after stool. Soreness, on touch. Stiffness. Aggravation. Parturition. Stool, after (burning, smarting, tenesmus). Stool, before (heaviness). Concomitant. Despondent and tearful; hurried manner, with desire to do something, yet feels no ambition; apprehensive. Misplacements of the womb, with great feeling of bearing down as though everything would come out, and frequent urging to urinate; menstruation only when moving about, ceasing on sitting or lying. Lobel. LOBELIA INFLATA. Indian tobacco. Subjective. Heaviness. Stinging. Objective. Bleeding, copious, dark blood, black blood, after stool. Aggravation. Stool, after (bleeding). Concomitant. Weakness and oppression of epigastrium, with oppression of chest. Urine of a deep red color, depositing a copious red sediment. Nausea, with profuse running of water from the mouth, after sleep; better by taking a little food or drink, even a swallow of water. Lye. LYCOPODIUM. Club moss. Subjective. Aching, painful, when sitting; touch, continuing long after stool. Burning in rectum. Cramping pain. Cutting. Discomfort, great distress in rectum after stool, as if much flatus remained; lasting a long time. Itching, evening in bed. Long lasting, aching, discomfort. Soreness, sitting. Sticking. Stinging, stitches, in rectum. Tenesmus, ineffectual urging to stool. Tension, evening in bed. Objective. Bleeding, with even soft stool. Chronic. Constriction of sphincter, spasm of anus or rectum. Discharge, purulent. Eruption at anus. External, during stool, protruding. Fistula. Internal. Large, swollen. Prolapsus ani, the rectum is so contracted that it fre-quently.

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