Top Ten Indications of Homeopathic Remedies
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Top Ten Indications of Homeopathic Remedies

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Item Code: NAU263
Author: A. Gladstone Clarke
Publisher: B. Jain Publishers (P) Ltd
Language: ENGLISH
Edition: 2017
ISBN: 9788131907610
Pages: 146
Cover: PAPERBACK
Other Details: 7.00 X 5.00 inch
Weight 120 gm
About the Book

When a student is first introduced to the materia medica he is bewildered by the mass of symptoms presented under each drug and he often seeks for a way out of the seeming maze. "Decachords" will provide the earnest student with some necessary clues guiding him to a practical acquaintance with more frequently used remedies.

Anumber of additional remedies have been included at the end of this book, the indications taking the form of "Pentachords". It covers a total of one hundred and twenty drugs.

The notes are gathered from various sources. Due acknowledgments are made to Sir John Weir and Dr. Wheeler, whose valuable lectures have furnished much of the material. Well-known works by Dr Allen, Cowperthwaite, Dr Nash and others has also been drawn upon for many keynotes.

INTRODUCTION

This little effort arises from a felt need. It claims neither originality nor perfection. A suggestion made by Sir John Weir some years ago during a course of lectures to M.S.M. students led one of them to prepare for memorizing purposes a pocket note book giving in concise form the leading indications for about fifty remedies. Several students and missionary friends have since borrowed the book and profess to have found it helpful. It is now given this more permanent and extended form, though not without trepidation, in the sincere hope that others may be similarly benefited.

When first introduced to the materia medica the student is bewildered by the mass of symptoms presented under each drug and he often seeks in vain for a way out of the seeming maze. "Decachords" will provide the earnest student with some necessary clues guiding him to a practical acquaintance with the more frequently used remedies. The book is not a materia medica. Indications given are only the foundation upon which by further study and experience a fuller knowledge of homoeopathic drugs is to be built.

By request, a number of additional remedies have been included at the end of the book, the indications taking the form of "Pentachords". These bring the total of drugs dealt with up to one hundred and twenty, which may be considered a full armamentum for the missionary homoeopathist.

The notes are gathered from various sources. Due acknowledgements are made to Sir John Weir and Dr. Wheeler, whose valuable lectures have furnished much of the material. Well-known works by Drs. Allen, Cowperthwaite, Nash and others have also been drawn upon for many keynotes.

On behalf of all who have taken the course at the Missionary School of Medicine the compiler takes this opportunity of expressing the deepest gratitude to past and present members of the teaching staff for their many patient and self-denying efforts. The labour has not been in vain. Former students now scattered in far distant lands as heralds of the gospel of Christ daily prove the healing art to be an invaluable aid in their work. They are also demonstrating beyond all doubt by many signal successes the truth of Hahnemann’s dictum "Similia similibus curantur."

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