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ہومیوپیتھک دوا ارجنٹم نائٹریکم: جارج وتھالکس

تلخیص و ترجمہ ڈاکٹر بنارس خان اعوان، واہ کینٹ ڈاکٹر ملک مسعود یحیےٰ نائٹریٹ آف سلور ذہنی جذباتی علامات: * اپنی صحت کی بابت شدید پریشانی۔ موت کا خوف * مراق * دماغ مخصوص خیالات پر اڑجاتا ہے۔ ان پر قابو نہیں پاسکتا نہ ہی ان خیالات کو دماغ میں آنے سے روک سکتا ہے۔ * بلندیوں کا خوف۔ ہجوم کا خوف۔ پل کراس کرنے سے خوف * تنگ جگہوں کا خوف۔ بند جگہوں کا خوف * پیش بینی اضطراب اسہال کا پیش خیمہ ہوتا ہے * بار بار پیشاب * خارجی اشیاء سے دلچسپی کا رجحان * اپنے محسوسات دو ٹوک الفاظ میں بیان کرے جسمانی علامات: * آنکھوں کی دانہ دار سوزش۔ ایک جگہ پرقرمزی سرخ رنگ جیسے کہ خام گوشت * نگلتے وقت حلق میں کھپچی چُبھی ہونے کا احساس * زور دار ڈکار اور ریاح مشین گن کی مانند * ریاحی تکالیف read more [...]

Classical Miasmatic Prescribing (S. K. Banerjea)

MTEK is a useful memory aid to arriving at a correct prescription. M = Miasmatic Totality T = Totality of Symptoms E = Essence (should include gestures, postures, behaviours etc) K = Keynotes (which should encompass PQRS symptoms, refer §153 and §209 of Hahnemann’s Organon) When the above criteria are considered and the steps below followed, a correct prescription can be made. Step I Make the miasmatic diagnosis of the case i.e. ascertain the surface miasm. Step II Assess the Totality of Symptoms + Essence + Keynotes and PQRS (if any) of the case and formulate the indicated remedy. Step III Ensure that the indicated remedy covers the surface miasm, as diagnosed in Step I (refer Miasmatic Weightage of Medicines, the last section of this book). Step IV Administer the remedy, which encompasses miasm as well as the Totality of Symptoms. By such a prescription, which covers the miasmatic dyscrasia of the person, the chances of recurrence are eradicated and the axiom of ‘rapid, gentle and permanent recovery’ (Hahnemann’s Organon §3) is encompassed. In cases of one-sided disease with a scarcity of symptoms, the action of the anti-miasmatic remedy is centrifugal, read more [...]

Guilt (Keith Souter)

--- Homeopath Keith Souter discusses different types of guilt and gives keynotes for some important remedies.  ---   So full of artless jealousy is guilt, It spills itself in fearing to be spilt. William Shakespeare, Hamlet It is the genius of William Shakespeare that we still see his plays performed four centuries after he died. His canon of plays covers virtually every human emotion.  Incredibly, he gave textbook psychiatric descriptions of conditions centuries before psychiatry as a medical discipline was even conceived. In Hamlet we see one of the greatest depictions of depression. Hamlet, Prince of Denmark suffers from melancholy, or as we now know it, depression. Yet the other theme of the play is guilt, an emotion experienced by Hamlet’s uncle, King Claudius, because he had killed his own brother and usurped the throne. It is Gertrude, Hamlet’s mother who says the above lines in an aside to the audience. By ‘it’ she means that lacking sophistication, the guilty give themselves away by trying to hide their guilt.  That is, their thoughts, moods, actions and behaviour will reveal their underlying guilt as they try to hide it. And of course, read more [...]

Four Aphorisms for Dr. J. T. Kent

  “It is worse than useless to give a second dose until the effects of the first dose have ceased.”   “Never, under any circumstances, make use of local applications for an internal derangement. It is the highest order of medical profanity!”   “A Sycotic is never cured unless a discharge is brought back”.   “When a remedy has benefited a patient satisfactorily, never on your life, change your remedy, but repeat that remedy so long as you can benefit the patient. Do not regard the symptoms that have come up.”   (Dr. James Tyler Kent – Kent’s Aphorisms and Precepts from extemporaneous lectures) read more [...]

Polychrest Homeopathic Remedies

What is a Polychrest Remedy? Homeopathy has a many frequently used medicines.  Some of the more commonly used are called "Polychrests Remedies".  There is no "standard" list of these Polychrests remedies. Each Homeopathic Practitioner usually makes their own list, depending on the type of cases treated in their practice.  Below are the most commonly used polychrests in homeopathic medicine. Polychrest Homeopathic Remedies   Aconitum Napellus (Acon.) A state of fear, anxiety; anguish of mind and body. Physical and mental restlessness. Sudden and great sinking of strength. Complaints and tension caused by exposure to dry, cold weather. Fears the future. Eyes feel dry and hot, as if sand in them. Pain at root of nose. Tingling in cheeks and numbness. Gums hot and inflamed. Tongue coated white. Vomiting, with fear, heat, profuse sweat and increased urination. Bitter taste of everything except water. Intense thirst. Bleeding hemorrhoids. Urine scanty, red, hot, painful. Cough, dry, short, hacking; worse at night and after midnight. Tingling in chest after cough. Tachycardia. Pulse full, hard; tense and bounding. Rheumatic inflammation of joints; worse at night. Anxious read more [...]

ASTHMA – ACUTE and CHRONIC: POLYCHRESTS (S. K. Banerjea)

  MEDICINES: COMPARATIVE MATERIA MEDICA POINTS ARSENICUM ALBUM HEPAR SULPH KALI CARB NATRUM SULPH PHOSPHORUS TUBERCULINUM 1) AETIOLOGY (i) Asthma from suppressed itch.(ii) Suitable for attacks occurring as consequence of suppressed catarrh. (iii) Chill in water; eating ices. (i) Cold, dry, winds.(ii) Land wind (open fields). (iii) Suppressed eruptions. Catching Cold. Every fresh cold brings on an attack of asthma. (i) Strong odours, flowers.(ii) Exposure to drenching rains, washing cloths. Exposure to cold air. 2) COUGH &ASTHMA (i) Dry cough.(ii) Cough as if from sulphur fumes. (iii) Cough after drinking. (iv) Apex of the right lung is more affected. (i) Dry & hoarse cough.(ii) Choking cough. (iii) Croupy & rattling cough. . (i) Asthma: Wheezing.(ii) Asthma: Bronchitis. (iii) Asthma: Dry hard cough. (iv) Base of the right lung is more affected. (i) Asthma: Dyspnoea of damp weather.(ii) Asthma: Humid asthma. (iii) Asthma: in children. (iv) Base of the left lung is more affected. (i) Cough: From tickling in larynx.(ii) Cough: Racking cough. (iii) Cough: Nervous cough, aggravation read more [...]

Some Reflections on Repertory (Dr. Tilottama.B. Galande)

  Being a university approved teacher of repertory from 1994 till today, I have witnessed a huge transformation in the subject of repertory, in India. Way back in 1994, when I started teaching the subject, there were no textbooks as such. There were reference books for few to refer to, and the articles in I. C. R Symposium Volumes.  There were very few in print and they were difficult to procure. I had to study each repertory with some help from the reference books if available. Fortunately, my teachers guided me a lot whenever I had queries, including how to approach each repertory. We learned and studied repertory as a subject (with various repertories ).  Repertory as a subject is taught in the final year of graduation when all the pre clinical and para clinical subjects have been covered by then. So, repertory is an “all” inclusive subject , from case taking -> diagnosing -> analysis of symptoms -> totality formation -> selection of a repertory ( book) ->, forming the “ reportorial totality ” -> conversion of symptom to rubric -> selection of rubrics  -> P.D.F ** -> miasmatic cleavage/analysis -> remedy differentiation ->  selection read more [...]

Modern Classical Prescribing – Practical Approach (Dr. Subrata K. Banerjea)

MODERN CLASSICAL-PRACTICAL PRESCRIBING: METHODOLOGY APPROACH- A NON-SUPPRESSED CASES: CASES WITH CLARITY OF SYMPTOMS: MTEK is an useful memory aid to arriving at a correct prescription. M = Miasmatic Totality T = Totality of Symptoms E = Essence (should include gestures, postures, behaviours etc) K = Keynotes (which should encompass PQRS symptoms, refer §153 and §209 of Hahnemann’s Organon) When the above criteria are considered and the steps below followed, a correct prescription can be made. Step-I: Make the miasmatic diagnosis of the case, i.e. ascertain the surface miasm. Step-II: Assess the Totality of Symptoms + Essence + Keynotes and PQRS (if any) of the case and formulate the indicated remedy. Step-III: Ensure that the indicated remedy covers the surface miasm, as diagnosed in Step I. Step-IV: Administer the remedy, which encompasses the miasm as well as the Totality of Symptoms. Step-I: Make the miasmatic diagnosis of the case, i.e. ascertain the surface miasm. This can be done by: (a) Head to foot assessment of symptoms (please refer to Miasmatic Prescribing by Subrata K. Banerjea) (b) Through clinical manifestation of disease, read more [...]

Comparative Homeopathic Materia Medica of Lesser Known Medicines for Destructive Aggression (Saptarshi Banerjea)

TYPES OF AGGRESSIVE BEHAVIOUR:        Defensive : Angry response to a threat or provocation        Proactive: Premeditated with an end goal in mind        Impulsive: Out of proportion to the social context. CAUSES OF DESTRUCTIVE AGGRESSION: CAUSE                    CHANCES OF VIOLENCE IN PTS. SUFFERING Drug  Dependance: Eg. Cocaine, Heroin    87.3   % Alcohol Dependance                                    70% Schizophrenia                                               60.9% Major Depression                                          33.3% Bipolar Disorder                                           22% Oppostional Defiant Disorder                     16.8% RUBRICS FOR AGGRESSION ABUSIVE – angry, without being: (1) dulc. ABUSIVE- pains, with the: (1) cor-r. ABUSIVE- scolds until the lips are blue and eyes stare and she falls down fainting:  Mosch. BARKING: (4) Bell,.calc,.Canth., stram. BITING- convulsions, with: read more [...]

Homeopathic Treatment and medicines for Irritable Bowel Syndrome IBS

Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) is a functional disorder that affects around 10-20% of the population1, with the condition affecting women three times more than men2.  For practitioners of ingestive medicine, it’s relatively common to be consulted by people with this complaint. Up until fairly recently, IBS was a diagnosis of exclusion, i.e., those presenting to a GP or specialist with abdominal pain and an alteration of bowel habits, in the absence of an identifiable organic pathology, were usually told that they had IBS. Since then, IBS has become a recognised clinical entity, with the following diagnostic criteria: Abdominal distension (bloating). Diffuse lower abdominal pain, noticed particularly in the lower left quadrant. Pain is usually reported as a constant dull ache with occasional episodes of acute sharp pain. Eating may precipitate this pain and it’s often relieved by defecation. For diagnostic purposes, the pain described here should have been present for at least 3 days per month during the previous 3 months. Altered bowel habits, consisting of constipation, diarrhoea, or an alternation between the two, including defecation urgency, particularly after a read more [...]
About - Hussain Kaisrani

Hussain Kaisrani, The chief consultant and director at Homeopathic Consultancy, Lahore is highly educated, writer and a blogger kaisrani.blogspot.com He has done his B.Sc and then Masters in Philosophy, Urdu, Pol. Science and Persian from the University of Punjab. Studied DHMS in Noor Memorial Homeopathic College, Lahore and is a registered Homeopathic practitioner from National Council of Homeopathy, Islamabad He did his MBA (Marketing and Management) from The International University. He is working as a General Manager in a Publishing and printing company since 1992. Mr Hussain went to UK for higher education and done his MS in Strategic Management from University of Wales, UK...
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