Keynotes And Characteristics With Comparison Of Some Of The Leading Remedies Of The Materia Medica With Bowel Nosodes
The job of a homeopathic student while studying and applying materia medica is to constantly compare and differentiate. He must compare the pathogenesis of a remedy with the registered anamnesis of the patient; he must distinguish the apparently similar symptoms of two more medicines to select the ...Read More
The job of a homeopathic student while studying and applying materia medica is to constantly compare and differentiate. He must compare the pathogenesis of a remedy with the registered anamnesis of the patient; he must distinguish the apparently similar symptoms of two more medicines to select the similliumum. In order for the student or practitioner to be able to do this correctly, the student must have the correct knowledge of the specificity of the remedy; something peculiar, unusual, or sufficiently characteristic in the polychrest remedy that can be used as a central point of comparison.
This edition is popular due to its preciseness & comprehensiveness. The symptoms have been rearranged & follow each other in a logical sequence. No symptom is lost to the readers even on causal reading due to the special arrangement of symptoms.
Book Highlights :
-The symptoms are unaltered in substance & the language remain unchanged.
-All abbreviations are standardized according to Synthesis.
-A separate section for bowel nosodes provides a concise idea about them.
About the author :
Henry C. Allen was born October 2, 1836 in the village of Nilestown, near London Ontario. He studied medicine at the College of Physicians and Surgeons in Ontario, Canada and received his homeopathic training at Western Homeopathic College (AKA Cleveland Homeopathic College) in Cleveland, Ohio where he graduated in 1861. Allen was a member of several homeopathic societies including the AIH, IHA, and ones in England and India. Besides writing many articles in this and other homeopathic journals he wrote numerous books.
Some of Henry Allen's well-known works include: Keynotes of the Materia Medica with Nosodes
- The Materia Medica of the Nosodes
- The Homeopathic Therapeutics of Intermittent Fever
- The Homeopathic Therapeutics of Fever
- Therapeutics of Tuberculous Affections
He also revised Boenninghausen's Slip Repertory, which he updated and arranged for rapid and practical homeopathic work.
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Dr. Henry Clay Allen was one of the guiding lights of Hahnemannian homeopathy. Even though he was steadfast in his adherence to the principles of Hahnemann, he always strived for constructive discussion. After receiving his graduation homeopathic training at Cleveland Homeopathic College at Cleveland, Ohio in 1861, he moved to Detroit and was appointed Professor of Materia Medica at the University of Michigan, Ann Arbor in 1880. In 1892 Allen helped found the Hering Medical... Read More