Hello everyone its been since I have posted any article now. My self dr devendra pal singh
Autumn season rubrics
Autumn season is from august to October
Today we will discuss autumn season rubrics and see their efficacy in daily practice. Taking season as a rubric will increased our range to explore the vitality, 1st of all many physician asked me why to consider season as a rubrics my answer is if its of no use then why it is given in repertory and materia medica and certain people tend to get sick in a particular season so its related to their diatheses which indirectly by default relates it to the constitution of the patient. And also taking season as rubric means we have a symptom which is partly general and partly particular of mental of pathological.
We all know and read about autumnal dysentery of the colchicum. Now this symptom is very popular amongst homoeopaths and students. But there are other symptoms also. We should consider them also. If you believe in colchicum’s autumnal dysentery then you should also believe in this article I am stating now.
ABDOMEN - Diarrhoea, enteritis - aggravation - In autumn: (5) chin. Colch. Merc. nux-m. verat.
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I had just finished reading a book on treating Autism and was in the middle of reading another when the opportunity to assist a three year old boy with Autism presented itself at my clinic. Martin’s mother Kate had made an appointment for Martin’s chronic ear infections as there had been no improvement in his ear infections after five rounds of antibiotics. Armed with enthusiasm, insight and encouragement from my reading material, I relished the opportunity to speak with Kate about how we could treat Martin’s overall well being including his ear infections. Kate was amazed and excited with the possibilities presented.
The following case history is of a three year old boy clinically assessed as Autistic and his treatment with homoeopathic medicine. To protect the family’s privacy, the true names of the mother and son have been changed.
What is Autism and how is it assessed?
The term Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) includes Autism, Autistic Disorders, Aspergers Syndrome and Pervasive Developmental Disorder-not otherwise specified. (PDD-NOS). Autistic Spectrum Disorders are deemed to be lifelong developmental disabilities in social interaction, read more [...]