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[Dr. Hahnemann]

Discusses the ‘physical powers’ of beneficial action in relation to the beneficial nature of ‘dynamic action’ of homoeopathic medicines. In a passage on Isopathy and Homoeopathy he writes “In like manner, a hand scalded with boiling water would not be cured isopathically by the application of boiling water, but only by a somewhat

lower temperature, as, for example, by holding it in a vessel containing a fluid heated to 160° F which becomes every minute less hot, and finally descends to the temperature of the room, where-upon the scalded part is restored by Homoeopathy.”

What H. is describing here is a process to do with feeling. When someone scalds their hand they experience the feeling of extreme heat which makes them pull their hand away. In applying quite hot water to the scalded hand, as hot as helpfully possible, keeps the hand close to the feeling of the injury, that of extreme heat, and in so doing

keeps the person close to the feeling of the injury.

§ 4 says:

“He is, likewise, a preserver of health if he knows the things that derange health and cause and sustain disease, and how to remove them from persons in health.”

True prevention requires knowledge about the general living conditions which cause diseases. This concerns the adequate supply of fresh foods and a balanced nutrition, human housing conditions, proper clothing to protect themselves against cold and heat, pure drinking water, ways to keep body and clothes clean, and an efficient waste disposal, functioning canalization, etc. not to mention social peace and working conditions, family bonds and social order. It surely makes sense to everybody that the probability of infectious diseases like diphtheria, measles and pertussis and the general health of the population suffer during times of famine, destruction of all civilizing institutions by means of wars and insufficient care of the sick.

[Hahnemann]

Die Paragraphen über Heilungshindernisse in Hahnemanns Organon VI. Auflage Samuel Hahnemann

§ 252

Fände man aber beim Gebrauche der übrigen Arzneien, daß in der chronischen Krankheit die bestens homöopathisch gewählte Arznei, in der angemessenen (kleinsten) Gabe, die Besserung nicht förderte, so ist dieß ein gewisses Zeichen, daß die, die Krankheit unterhaltende Ursache noch fortwährt, und dass sich in der Lebensordnung des Kranken oder in seinen Umgebungen ein Umstand befindet, welcher abgeschaltet werden muß, wenn die Heilung dauerhaft zu Stande kommen soll.

§ 255

Dennoch wird man auch bei diesen zur Ueberzeugung hierüber gelangen, wenn man jedes, im Krankheitsbilde aufgezeichnete Symptom einzeln mit ihnen durchgeht und sie außer diesen, über keine neuen, vorher ungewöhnlichen Beschwerden klagen können, auch keines der alten Zufälle sich verschlimmert hat. Dann muß, bei schon beobachteter Besserung des Gemüthes und Geistes, die Arznei auch durchaus wesentliche Minderung der Krankheit hervorgebracht haben, oder, wenn jetzt noch die Zeit dazu zu kurz gewesen wäre, bald hervorbringen. Zögert nun, im Fall der Angemessenheit des Heilmittels, die sichtbare Besserung doch zu lange, so liegt es entweder am unrechten Verhalten des Kranken oder an andern, die Besserung hindernden Umständen.

§ 260

Für chronisch Kranke ist daher die sorgfältige Aufsuchung solcher Hindernisse der Heilung um so nöthiger, da ihre Krankheit durch dergleichen Schädlichkeiten und andere krankhaft wirkende, oft unerkannte Fehler in der Lebensordnung gewöhnlich verschlimmert worden war.

Anm.: Kaffee, feiner chinesischer und anderer Kräuterthee; Biere mit arzneilichen, für den Zustand des Kranken unangemessenen Gewächssubstanzen angemacht, sogenannte feine, mit arzneilichen Gewürzen bereitete Liqueure, alle Arten Punsch, gewürzte Schokolade, Riechwasser und Parfümerien mancher Art, stark duftende Blumen im Zimmer, aus Arzneien zusammengesetzte Zahnpulver und Zahnspiritus, Riechkißchen, hochgewürzte Speisen und Saucen, gewürztes Backwerk und Gefrornes mit arzneilichen Stoffen, z.B. Kaffee, Vanille u.s.w. bereitet, rohe, arzneiliche Kräuter auf Suppen, Gemüße von Kräutern, Wurzeln und Keim-Stengeln (wie Spargel mit langen, grünen Spitzen), Hopfenkeime und alle Vegetabilien, welche Arzneikraft besitzen, Sellerie, Petersilie, Sauerampfer, Dragun, alle Zwiebel-Arten, u.s.w.; alter Käse und Thierspeisen, welche faulicht sind, (Fleisch und Fett von Schweinen, Enten und Gänsen oder allzu junges Kalbfleisch und saure Speisen; Salate aller Art), welche arzneiliche Nebenwirkungen haben, sind eben so sehr von Kranken dieser Art zu entfernen als jedes Uebermaß, selbst das des Zuckers und Kochsalzes, so wie geistige, nicht mit viel Wasser verdünnte Getränke; Stubenhitze, schafwollene Haut-Bekleidung, sitzende Lebensart in eingesperrter Stuben-Luft oder öftere, bloß negative Bewegung (durch Reiten, Fahren, Schaukeln), übermäßiges Kind-Säugen, langer Mittagsschlaf im Liegen (in Betten), Lesen in waagerechter Lage, Nachtleben, Unreinlichkeit, unnatürliche Wohllust, Entnervung durch Lesen schlüpfriger Schriften, Onanism oder, sei es aus Aberglauben, sei es um Kinder-Erzeugung in der Ehe zu verhüten, unvollkommner, oder ganz unterdrückter Beischlaf; Gegenstände des Zornes, des Grames, des Aergernisses, leidenschaftliches Spiel, übertriebene Anstrengung des Geistes und Körpers, vorzüglich gleich nach der Mahlzeit; sumpfige Wohngegend und dumpfige Zimmer; karges Darbenu.s.w. Alle diese Dinge müssen möglichst vermieden oder entfernt werden, wenn die Heilung nicht gehindert oder gar unmöglich gemacht werden soll. Einige meiner Nachahmer scheinen durch Verbieten noch weit mehrer, ziemlich gleichgültiger Dinge die Diät des Kranken unnöthig zu erschweren, was nicht zu billigen ist.

§ 261

Die, beim Arzneigebrauche in chronischen Krankheiten zweckmäßigste Lebensordnung, beruht auf Entfernung solcher Genesungs-Hindernisse und dem Zusatze des hie und da

nöthigen Gegentheils: unschuldige Aufheiterung des Geistes und Gemüths, active Bewegung in freier Luft, fast bei jeder Art von Witterung (tägliches Spazierengehen, kleine

Arbeiten mit den Armen), angemessene, nahrhafte, unarzneiliche Speisen und Getränke u.s.w.

 

[Fourie Erasmus]

The homoeopathic process of preparing medicine was introduced by Hahnemann in the fifth edition of the Organon, in 1831. It is characterized by 4 distinguishing features (Gaier 1981:456):

1. It is a purely mechanical and mathematico-physical process.

2. The procedure involves neither uncertain, unreliable nor immeasurable factors.

3. The resultant product is stable and can readily be maintained that way.

4. The process is theoretically illimitable, though it becomes laboriously time consuming in the higher range of potencies.

 

Potentized substances possess certain attributes:

1. Quantitative (chemical) reduction linked to qualitative increment of therapeutic (reactive) property.

2. Physical solubility (even of substances, like metals, believed to have been insoluble).

3. Physiological assimilability and bioavailability.

4. Altered therapeutic activity (suppression of primary (direct), and enhancement of secondary (reactive) effect of drugs.

 

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Aphorism1 The physician's high and only mission is to restore the sick to health, to cure, as it is termed

 

“It is the morbidly affected vital energy alone that produces disease, so that the morbid phenomena perceptible to our senses expressed at the same time all the internal change, that is to say, the whole morbid derangement of the internal dynamis; in a word, they reveal the whole disease”. H. writes that the vital force, when it is affected, is what causes the disease, that is, the cause of the disease.

Aphorism 7

[Rudi Verspoor]

“…so must be the totality of these its symptoms, this outwardly reflecting image of the inner Genius [Wesen] of the disease, that is of the suffering of the Living Power, the most important or only thing, whereby the disease can make the remedy that it may require discernible — the only thing that can determine the most suitable auxiliary means — so in a word, must the totality of the symptoms be the most important thing, indeed the only thing for the Remedial-Artist [Heilkünstler], that he has to discern and clear away in each disease case by his art.”

 

 

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Olfaction

Patient is very excitable and weak, the application of a remedy by olfaction is more efficacious and safe than the administration of a substantial dose of homoeopathic medicine, however fine and highly potentiated. This is done by holding the mouth of the vial, containing one small globule moistened with the medicine, first to one nostril, and if the dose is to be still more efficacious, also to the other nostril of the patient, who takes a momentary inspiration. This process of olfaction is not to be repeated at shorter intervals, than if the medicine had been given in substantial form.

 

Patient is very excitable and weak, the application of a remedy by olfaction is more efficacious and safe than the administration of a substantial dose of homoeopathic medicine, however fine and highly potentiated. This is done by holding the mouth of the vial, containing one small globule moistened with the medicine, first to one nostril, and if the dose is to be still more efficacious, also to the other nostril of the patient, who takes a momentary inspiration. This process of olfaction is not to be repeated at shorter intervals, than if the medicine had been given in substantial form

 

 

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H. “…it is only the vital force, deranged to such an abnormal state, that can furnish the organism with its disagreeable sensations”.

From this we find that Hahnemann believed that “vital force” is what causes the symptoms.

 

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Ein Organismus reagiert auf Einflüsse aus der Umwelt nie gleichartig und nicht immer mit Krankheit, Stressoren sind demnach nicht immanent schädlich.

§ 46 “By the way it is notable, that since the general distribution of Jenner’s Cow Pox vaccination, human small-pox never again appeared as epidemically or virulently as 40 - 50 years before...”

 

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Ein Organismus reagiert, auf Basis vorhandener Reaktionsfähigkeit, auf die Einwirkung von Stressoren. Durch erzeugten Widerstand erfolgt die Entwicklung gesundheits- oder krankheits-nah. Es besteht nie ein gleichmäßiger Zustand von Gesundheit und Krankheit, ein Organismus unterliegt einer fortlaufenden Reaktion und Regulation und definiert sich individuell durch krankhafte und gesunde Symptome. Org, § 12+54Org, § 218Org, § 153Org. § 94

 

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            »Organon der Heilkunst« (6. Auflage, verfaßt um 1840) im § 74 Folgendes:

»Zu den chronischen Krankheiten müssen wir leider! noch jene allgemein verbreiteten rechnen, durch die allöopathischen Curen erkünstelt, wie auch den anhaltenden Gebrauch heftiger, heroischer Arzneien, in großen und gesteigerten Gaben, den Mißbrauch und Calomel, Quecksilbersublimat, Quecksilbersalbe, Opium, Baldrian, ..., jahrelange Abführungsmittel, ... usw., wovon die Lebenskraft theils unbarmherzig geschwächt, theils, wenn sie ja nicht unterliegt, nach und nach (von jedes besondern Mittels Mißbrauche, eigenartig) dergestalt innormal verstimmt wird, daß sie, um das Leben gegen diese feindseligen und zerstörenden Angriffe aufrecht zu erhalten, den Organism umändern, und diesem oder jenem Theile entweder die Erregbarkeit oder die Empfindung benehmen, oder sie übermäßig erhöhen, Theile erweitern oder zusammenziehen, erschlaffen oder verhärten, oder wohl gar vernichten, und hie und da im Innern und Aeußern organische Fehler anbringen (den Körper im Innern und Äußern verkrüppeln) muß, um dem Organism Schutz vor völliger Zerstörung des Lebens gegen die immer erneuerten, feindlichen Angriffe solcher ruinierenden Potenzen (gemeint sind hier chemische bzw. allgemein stoffliche, Symptome unterdrückende Arzneimittel, Anm. d. Verf.) zu verschaffen.«

            § 76 eine Prognose, verbunden mit konkreten Behandlungsanweisungen mit auf den Weg:

»Nur gegen natürlich Krankheiten hat uns der Allgütige Hülfe durch die Homöopathik geschenkt - aber jene, durch falsche Kunst schonungslos erzwungenen, oft jahrelangen Schwächungen (durch Blut-Verschwenden, Abmergelung durch Haarseile und Fontanelle) so wie die Verhunzungen und Verkrüppelungen des menschlichen Organisms im Innern und Aeußern durch schädliche Arzneien und zweckwidrige Behandlungen, müßtem (bei übrigens zweckmäßiger Hülfe, gegen ein vielleicht noch im Hintergrunde liegendes Miasm) die Lebenskraft selbst zurücknehmen, wenn sie 5 nicht schon zu sehr durch solche Unthaten geschwächt worden und mehrere Jahre auf dieses ungeheure Geschäft ungestört verwenden könnte.«

Hahnemann has mentioned about acute diseases in the aphorisms 72-82.

The following points are worthy to take into account:

    Mode of onset: Usually sudden

    Intensity: A marked intensity of functional and structural alterations of signs and symptoms

    Pace: Rapid progress; travels at a great speed. Finish their course more or less quickly.

    Termination: Manner in which they terminate; either recovery or death.

Ein Organismus verliert im Laufe des Lebens seine Kräfte und die Stabilität, ein Vorgang der nicht aufgehalten werden kann (Diät u.a.) und als chronische Krankheit beschrieben wird. Auf der Grundlage von Heterostase (Ungleichgewicht) erfolgt eine Weiterentwicklung in Richtung zunehmender Entropie bis zum Tod.

 

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In aphorism 94, it is clearly mentioned that the physician should try to enquire the circumstances which have made the patient sick. The physician should enquire about

the patient’s mode of living, diet, and domestic circumstances.

 

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In  aphorism 128  of  the ‘Organon of the medical art’, Dr Samuel Hahnemann states that the 30th potency should be used in the proving of a substance (O’Reilly, 1996:154). Sherr also recommends this potency as it is said to produce the best mental, emotional and general symptoms (Sherr, 1994:27).

 

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Organon § 135

“The complex of all disease elements which a medicine is capable of engendering is only brought near to completeness by means of multiple observations employed upon many

differing qualified persons, both male and female. One can only be assured of having thoroughly proven a medicine for the disease states which it can arouse (i.e., for its pure

powers in altering the human condition) when subsequent provers can notice little about the medicine that is new and they almost always perceive in themselves the same

symptoms that have already been observed by others.”

 

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[Dr. Manish Bhatia]

Dr. Bhatia's Lectures on Organon of Medicine

DURATION  OF  TREATMENT

Aphorism 148: ...If, as has been said, the selected homeopathic remedy is administered properly, then the acute natural disease which is to be overruled if recently developed, will often disappear imperceptibly in a few hours.

An older, more chronic disease will yield somewhat later together with all traces of discomfort, by the use of several doses of the same more highly potentized remedy or after careful selection1 of one or another more similar homeopathic medicine. Health, recovery, follow in imperceptible, often rapid transitions. The life principle is freed again and capable of resuming the life of the organism in health as before and strength returns.

...After this, Hahnemann gives his opinion about the time that is required to treat various types of diseases.

He says that once a similar remedy is administered, an acute disease of recent origin disappears within a few hours.

I have personally witnessed this numerous times that a single dose of the rightly selected remedy makes the acute disappear very rapidly, sometimes within minutes.

Last time when I had a fever, I had severe pain in my legs. My homeopath prescribed China 200C to be taken every three hours. I could only find 30CH at home and took

a dose. Within ten minutes I could feel the aches in my legs dissolving and within a few hours, the illness of three days just vanished. I never needed the second dose.

In my clinical practice, I have seen acutes like fever, coryza, colic, otalgia, headache, etc., disappearing in a very short duration, varying from a few minutes to a few hours.

I must say that such results only come when you have high precision in selecting the simillimum. My experience tells me that you need to take into consideration the mental state of the patient in consideration, even while treating acutes. The more superficial the prescription, the more superficial the results. Hahnemann himself has written that

there is no Aconite without fear and no Nux vomica without irritability. Observing the mental state or enquiring about it doesn’t take too much time in an acute, but the

results that you get after that little bit of extra effort, are phenomenal.

I must also add that doses needed in an acute depend upon the severity of the diseases. Hahnemann has suggested that we can repeat the medicine in an acute condition

as frequently as every few minutes if needed. We will study this in more detail when we study posology in later aphorisms.

He then tells us that in the treatment of a chronic disease:

    Several doses of the same remedy may be required, each subsequent dose being more potentised than the previous one.

    Or

    More than one remedy might be required sequentially (not together) if the symptom picture changes.

The treatment will be of longer duration. It can again vary from a few days to a few years, depending upon the nature and extent of pathology, vitality of the patient, and

skill of the homeopath. We will cover all these and more while studying posology.

The 149th aphorism in the 5th edition of Organon was clearer about the duration of treatment. Its content got split in aphorisms 148 and 149 in the 6th edition. Let us study

it for greater clarity...

 

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§ 157

[Dr. Manish Bhatia]

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HOMEOPATHIC AGGRAVATION

In aphorism 157 Hahnemann introduces the concept of homeopathic aggravation.

While it is certain that a homeopathically selected remedy does, by reason of its appropriateness and the minuteness of the dose, gently removes and annihilates the acute disease analogous to it, without manifesting its other unhomeopathic symptoms, that is to say, without the production of new, serious disturbances, yet it usually, immediately after ingestion – for the first hour, or for a few hours – causes a kind of slight aggravation when the dose has not been sufficiently small and (where the dose has been somewhat too large, however, for a considerable number of hours), which has so much resemblance to the original disease that it seems to the patient to be an aggravation

of his own disease. But it is, in reality, nothing more than an extremely similar medicinal disease, somewhat exceeding in strength the original affection.

Hahnemann tells us that when a similar remedy is applied to a sick individual, it produces a similar artificial disease which is slightly stronger than the natural disease.

Due to the similarity, the patient feels that the existing symptoms have aggravated, but in reality, it is the effect of the medicine.

This intensification of existing symptoms is usually slight and lasts, at the most, for a few hours. So homeopathic aggravation can be defined as:

Homeopathic aggravation is a slight, transient aggravation of existing symptoms of a patient, after application of a similar remedy.

It is important to understand and focus on the words ‘slight’ and ‘transient’.

The intensification has to be slight. If the patient comes to you, say with colic. The intensification of the pain has to be so slight that in most cases, it will be imperceptible.

The patient should not be wailing with pain due to the artificial disease state. Remember the second aphorism - the ideal cure has to be ‘gentle’.

This aggravation should last only for a few minutes or hours. The aggravation has to be transient, short-lived and not protracted. We give medicines to reduce the suffering

of a person, not to increase it.

Hahnemann says that if the dose given to the patient be too large, this aggravation can last for several more hours.

I have found that a large number of homeopaths do not understand this concept of homeopathic aggravation. They believe and often tell their patients that after they give

a so-called homeopathic remedy, the disease will first increase and then subside. This is a fallacy.

The disease does not aggravate. It is the perception of the disease that is aggravated.

This increased perception is dynamic due to the dynamic nature of the remedy. It does not (never) leads to an increase in the pathological state, even for a short while.

Only the sensations related to the disease are heightened. Let us understand this better with some examples.

A patient with dermatitis feels slightly more itchy for an hour or a few hours after the remedy. After that, the patient feels better and the dermatitis gradually reduces in

the days to come. This is homeopathic aggravation.

A patient experience severe aggravation in itching after the remedy. The increased itching lasts for several days or is so intense that the patient is unable to sleep now.

The patient is greatly bothered by this aggravation. This is NOT homeopathic aggravation. Either the remedy or the dose is very dissimilar.

A patient with dermatitis gets a remedy. The area of dermatitis increases after that or there are a few new patches. This is NOT a homeopathic aggravation. This is either

a disease-aggravation or a medicinal aggravation.

A child comes to you with cough. He is coughing every few minutes. After the remedy, the cough becomes so intense that the child finds it difficult to breathe.

This is NOT homeopathic aggravation.

The same child, however, has a few small bouts of cough after the remedy, followed by a quick and lasting amelioration. This is homeopathic aggravation.

A person comes to you with 102 fever, myalgia and headache. After the remedy, the fever seems slightly more, say by half a degree, but the headache and myalgia feel less. This is soon followed by a sweat and all symptoms are relieved. This is homeopathic aggravation.

Homeopathic aggravation does not mean you will first increase the vitiligo patches or increase the number of convulsions before reducing them. It means slight and transient aggravation of the symptoms (not pathology). And this aggravation should be followed by a long amelioration of symptoms and reduction of pathology.

 

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•Hahnemann stresses both symptom and disposition, but especially the latter, in Aphorism 210 of the Organon: “...and in all cases of disease we are called on to cure, the state of the patient's disposition is to be particularly noted, along with the totality of the symptoms, if we would trace an accurate picture of the disease, in order to be able there from to treat it homeopathically with success.”

•Dispositionis that which shapes each person’s unique way of responding to events. This includes those consistent attributes, positive and negative, that form our attitudes and our actions.

•I came to this succinct definition after careful thought and much application.

•As much as disposition plays a prominent role in the selection of the remedy, the evaluation of whether we have successfully applied a homeopathic remedy is to be found in the curative positive change in pathology, in the “annihilation of the disease” (as Hahnemann said), and not necessarily with regard to any change of disposition in the early follow-ups.

Aphorism 210 and in all cases of disease we are called on to cure, the state of the patient’s disposition is to be particularly noted, along with the totality of the symptoms,

if we would trace an accurate picture of identifying Miasms and Nosodes, and the History of Miasms11th disease, in order to be able there from to treat it homoeopathically with success

Aphorisms 210, 222 and 228, mental diseases are said to be of Psoric origin and are to be treated with antipsoric medicines.

Aphorism 226 is related to the concept of psychotherapy. It states that display of confidence, friendly exhortations, sensible advice and appropriate diet and regimen help the patient to achieve a healthy state of mind.

 

 

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only one single, simple medicinal substance is to be administered in a given case of time. This is due to the following reasons:

§ 265 of The Organon is often overlooked?

    “It is a matter of conscience for the medical-art practitioner to be certain that each patient takes the right medicine every time. Therefore, the practitioner should give the patient the correctly selected medicine from his own hands, and he should also prepare the medicine himself.“

 

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Hahnemann's Advanced Methods Part 3: Managing The Case | HPATHY.COM

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Hahnemann's Advanced Methods Part 5: Speeding The Cure | HPATHY.COM

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Lectures on Organon of Medicine – Totality of Symptoms is ...

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15 Sep 2010 ... We ended our last lecture on aphorism 33. So what's written in aphorism 34 and 35?

In aphorism 34 Hahnemann says that a homeopathic medicine ...

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Lectures on Organon of Medicine – Homeopath's Mission ...

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Lecture on Aphorism 40 | HPATHY.COM

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Lecture on Aphorism 36-37 | HPATHY.COM

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Lectures on Organon of Medicine – Knowledge of Disease ...

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Understanding Aphorism 28 to 29 – How Homeopathy Medicines Work ...

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Lectures on Organon of Medicine – Totality of Symptoms ...

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Lectures on Organon of Medicine – Perception of Complex Disease ...

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Hahnemann's Advanced Methods Part 1: Hahnemannian Homoeopathy ...

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Lectures on Organon of Medicine – Introduction to Miasms ...

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Lectures on Organon of Medicine – What is CURE? – Understanding ...

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Lectures on Organon of Medicine – Pseudochronic Disease ...

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Lectures on Organon of Medicine – Vital Force in Disease ...

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Organon & Philosophy | HPATHY.COM - Part 2

Lectures on Organon of Medicine – Homeopath's Mission – Understanding Aphorism One · Manish Bhatia · Hahnemann's Advanced Methods Part 9: The Choice of ...

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Lectures on Organon of Medicine – Vital Force in Cure ...

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Using Acute Intercurrent or Intermediate Remedies in Chronic ...

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HAHNEMANN'S MIDDLE WAY | HPATHY.COM

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Hahnemann's Advanced Methods Part 7: Administering the Dose ...

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Lectures on Organon of Medicine – Knowledge Of Medicine ...

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Lectures on Organon of Medicine – Acute Exacerbation of Chronic ...

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 The MICH Method | HPATHY.COM

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 Hahnemann's Advanced Methods Part 6: Preparing the Medicinal ...

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 Organon of Medicine History & Development | HPATHY.COM

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 Lectures on Organon of Medicine – Incurable Disease ...

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 Collection of Drug Substances | HPATHY.COM

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 Where Kent Differs with Hahnemann | HPATHY.COM

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