Diseases of the Skin (Their Constitutional Nature and Homeopathic Cure)
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Diseases of the Skin (Their Constitutional Nature and Homeopathic Cure)

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Item Code: NAU035
Author: J. Compton Burnett
Publisher: B. Jain Publishers (P) Ltd
Language: ENGLISH
Edition: 2018
ISBN: 9788131900420
Pages: 270
Other Details: 6.50 X 4.00 inch
Weight 170 gm
About the Book

The book speaks highly on the constitutional approach to the treatment of skin diseases as these are, like any other disease, a manifestation of the dynamically deranged life principle & not local conditions which can be excised or cured by topical applications as is the current trend in modern medicine.

The book has been divided into 3 separate sections for the convenience of reading - The first part dealing with effects of suppression in skin diseases, the second part containing case records with dosage and follow up and the third part discussing on the constitutional cure of alopecia areata with case records to guide through it's management.

A must read for all those who want to learn about the practical application of homeopathy in skin diseases.

About the Author

J.C. Burnett, M.D. was contemporary with R. Hughes, R.E. Dudgeon & J.H. Clarke, and was one of the most potent influence on evolution of British Homeopathy. Early in his career, he attended the clinic of Dr. John Drysdale at liver pool with friend A. Hawkes and J.H. Clarke that touched his fascination with organopathy. He is the acclaimed author of dozens of books on homeopathy which includes "Consumption", "Liver", "Ringworm", "Gout", "Stunted Children", "Organ Diseases of Women", "Diseases of Skin", "Change of Life in Women", "Enlarged Tonsils" and "Tumours" etc.


For this third edition, I have added Part third, dealing with the cure of alopecia areata by constitutional remedies without any local applications whatever. And it seems to me that if the disease can be cured by the exhibition of constitutional remedies in purely dynamic dose, the said disease must itself "be of a constitutional quality, as the nature of the curative means indicates the nature of the malady.

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