Practice of Homoeopathy

Practice of Homoeopathy

by P. F. Curie

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Overview

Contents
Dedication
Preface
Chapter 1
Of the Disease
Necessity of ascertaining the Cause of Disease
The Patient himself details the Symptoms
The Parents of Attendants explain what they know
The Practitioner writes down all details
Interrogation of the Patient
Classification of the Symptoms according to their Importance
Fundamental Symptoms
Sympathetic Symptoms
Causes of many diseases remain unknown
Importance of Morbid Anatomy
Conditions which constitute the Nature of a Malady
- Acute Affections
- Chronic Affections
Complicated Maladies
Generalization, when employed
Homoeopathy requires a reformed Nosology
Importance of former Observers
Chapter 2
Of Medicaments
Numerous symptoms produced by Medicaments
Importance of their Study
Method of Studying the Materia Medica
Classification of Remedies in the Repertorium
Rickert’s Repertorium, and its Use
Jahr’s Repertorium, and its Use
Repertoria are insufficient to give a complete Knowledge of Medicaments
The Study of Materia Medica the only infallible Guide
The necessity of the Physician referring to the Materia Medica
Conditions which constitute the best Remedy
Chapter 3
Dispensing of the Remedy
Disgust and danger produced by Drugs allopathically administered
Patients not subjected to such Disgust and Danger under
the Use of Homoeopathic Medicines
These Medicines administered by Tincture
- dry in globules
- in globules dissolved in Water
- by Olfaction
- by Friction
Suitable Doses
Suitable Dilutions
Chapter 4
Of the Repetition of the Medicament
Difficulty of the proper Application of the Remedy
The Physician to be governed by the Effects of the Medicaments<on the Organism
Hahnemann at first prohibited Repetitions
Repetitions often found necessary
Hahnemann, Aegidi, Wolf, the first who repeated the Medicaments
The Cholera gave the most striking Proofs of the Necessity of Repetitions
Repetitions in Acute Diseases
- in Intermittent Diseases
- in Chronic Diseases
The Homoeopathic Law furnishes the Basis for Repetitions
Rummel’s Opinion
Why Homoeopathists differ sometimes in the Dose and its Repetition
Opponents in vain attempt to avail themselves of those differences
The Character of the Complaint regulates the Dose
Choice amongst the different Dilutions
Data by which the Practitioner is guided in those points
Aegidi’s Views
The Physician’s course in case of Aggravation
Hering’s Opinion
Repetition of the same Medicament
- every 2, 3, 4, 7, 11, and 16 days
Alternate Repetition
Alternation of a Remedy with its Antidote
Case in which several Doses of Sulphur cannot be administered
Dr. Griesselich’s Discovery for Destroying over Doses of Sulphur
signs of Aggravation produced by the Medicament,
Aggravation of the Disease itself
Intermediate Remedies in Treatment of Chronic Malady
Circumstances interrupting the Course of Treatment in Chronic Affections
Conclusions on the different Opinions as to the Repetition of Doses

Chapter 5
Palliatives
Preliminary Reflections
Circumstances in which they may be Used
Chapter 6
Of Regimen
Object of Regimen
Vegetable Food
Animal Food
Beverage
Condiments
Baths
Air and bodily Exercises
Habits of Living.
Chapter 7
Cases and Practical Observation
Deviation of the Vertebral Column
Periodical Ulcerations in the Mouth
Cases of Quinsy
Cases of Vomitings in pregnant Women
Cases of Diarrhoea
Strangulated Hernia
Hemorrhoids
Cases of Whooping-cough
Pulmonary Catarrh
Cases treated by Arnica
Contused Wound
Cases of Contusion
Hemorrhage - cutaneous eruption
Glandular Disease
Cases of Ophthalmia
Delirium Tremens
Myopia
Chapter 8
Sketch of some of the more important Articles of the Materia Medica
Acidum Nitricum
Acidum Phosphoricum
Aconitum
Ammonium Carbonicum
Antimonium
Arnica Montana
Arsenicum
Asafoetedia
Aurum
Baryta
Belladonna
Bryonia
Calcarea carbonica
Cannabis
Carbo vegetabilis
Causticum
Chamomilla
China (Cinchona)
Cina
Coffea
Conium Maculatum
Dulcamara
Graphites
Ignatia Amara
Ipecacuanha
Kali Carbonica
Lycopodium
Magnesia
Magesiae Murias
Mercurius
Natrum carbonicum
Nux vomica
Petroleum
Phosphorus
Pulsatilla
Rhus Toxicodendron
Sarsaparilla
Sepia
Silicea
Sodae Murias
Spongia
Stannum
Staphisagria
Strammonium
Sulphur
Thuya
Veratrum Album
Zincum

Chapter 9
Medicines and their Antidotes

Product Details

BN ID: 2940013241343
Publisher: Nanopathy
Publication date: 11/01/2011
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
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