Yearly Archives: 2009

December 2009

The 10 Miasm System – Derived from Rajan Sankaran Miasm System

By |2017-10-01T14:55:50+05:00December 11, 2009|Categories: Homeopathic Awareness|Tags: |

  (Derived from Rajan Sankaran, System of Homeopathy & An Insight into Plants vol I) One of the most contentious of our theories, one of the most difficult concepts for practitioners to put into practice. Many homoeopaths abandon the idea of miasms as not being useful to them, or being too hard to use in practice. This also means that in order to try and understand it, the theory has been altered since Hahnemann's day. There are now several models of Miasm. Hahnemann said that attending to the Miasm was of utmost importance in curing Chronic disease. However due to the confusion over how to classify remedies, how to determine the miasm, it was not adopted by all homoeopaths. It is often one of the most difficult concepts to teach to students. I have probably found it to be the single most challenging aspect of training - and have tried many different ways to teach it. Some did not work, and some did. In fact I would say that lecturing actually helped me to come to a better understanding of it. Faced with the questions, lack of comprehension, and sometimes frank disbelief of aspiring homoeopaths, it forced me to look [...]

March 2009

Best Homeopathic Medicines for Panic Attacks

By |2018-05-28T20:48:01+05:00March 28, 2009|Categories: Mental Health|

What are Panic Attacks? Panic attacks are severe episodes of sudden anxiety, apprehension or fear. They occur without any real or apparent danger and mostly bring on some form of physical reaction such as dizziness, heart palpitations, dyspnea, nausea and faintness. Panic attacks can be truly frightening and leave the person shaken and deeply upset. Once the mind goes into panic mode, the person losses control over his reactions. Certain situations such as a trauma, past experience or phobia can act as triggers. Advantage of Homeopathic Treatment Homeopathy is a proven alternative treatment option for anxiety related disorders such as panic attacks. Natural and safe, Homeopathic medicines are deep acting and have no side effects on the body. Unlike the conventional mode of medicine, Homeopathic medicines do not supress the disease and its symptoms. In fact, they attack the disorder at the root and set off the body’s own restorative processes, making it strong enough to completely eradicate the disease. Supressing the disease process makes it stubborn. Homeopathic medicines are a natural, healing alternative. More importantly, they are not habit-forming in nature and can be taken for long durations without the patient becoming dependent on them. Homeopathic Medicines for Panic [...]

January 2009

Homeopathic Rubrics of spring season from all the major repertories – Dr Devendra Pal Singh

By |2018-01-30T21:41:18+05:00January 30, 2009|Categories: Homeopathic Awareness, Professional|

I have collected rubrics of spring season from all the major repertories. And I wish you all study them deeply. So that when patient comes to you in this season with complaint of dysentery so you better be prepared that you have to consider kali. bi. Now we all are familiar with spring coryza of allium.cepa, and autmnal dysentery of colchicum. we must think why season used as a symptom by our stalwarts, !!!!Because in both clinical and drug proving they found affinity of certain drugs towards particular seasons with associated complaint. For eg vertigo in spring season apis is only medicine. In this season you will have complaints of both acute and chronic like vertigo, asthma, cough, skin eruptions, coryza, dysentery, fever, toothache, facial neuralgia, diarrhea, hoarseness of voice, weakness, stomach ulcers, rheumatism and many more. I give a case example, a chronic patient of asthma ive tried everything but failed ars, nat.s, tub, sambucus but last year he presented with dysentery in spring season and what happened was after kali.bi dysentery was gone and also the asthma.  Some times acute phase demands the medicine of inner vitality which will lead to cure.  Some times it’s a [...]

The Essence of Materia Medica: George Vithoulkas

By |2017-08-24T15:00:34+05:00January 30, 2009|Categories: George Vithoulkas, Homeopathic Awareness, Materia Medica, Professional|Tags: , |

  Aethusa cynapium (aeth.) The chronic type Individuals who feel apart. Strong emotions but do not express them easily. Moved to tears but do not actually cry - emotions felt inside (Unlike Ignatia - moved to tears but constricted at throat so doesn't cry). Own emotional world - very intense. Live happily by themselves, but also enjoy company. Talk to themselves. Sleep Intensity comes out in sleep - sleepwalks. Deep sleep on either left or right side. Salivate during sleep. "FEAR of closing eyes lest should never wake". - Kent. Agg. darkness - do not like darkness - fear will not wake up again. Feel as if suffocating from darkness - have to open window (Lachesis, Grindelia). Cannot control the breathing - have to get up, (Ignatia - fear will never sleep again). Fear of not waking up after an operation. Extra notes Crazy for animals, cats and dogs etc - look after them with unnatural passion. Talk to animals when don't talk to people. Great irritability. P.M. T. - tremendous build up, headache, feel rotten two days before and days 1 and 2, then relax and libido increases immediately after menses. - Fear of losing a loved one is [...]

Hussain Kaisrani – A brief Profile

By |2021-01-24T14:44:39+05:00January 23, 2009|Categories: Uncategorized|

HUSSAIN KAISRANI DHMS, BHMS (UoP), B.Sc. MS ST (University of Wales, UK) MBA (TIU), MA (Philosophy, Urdu, Persian & Political Science). Brief Profile Hussain Kaisrani (aka Ahmad Hussain) is a distinguished Psychotherapist & Chief Consultant at Homeopathic Consultancy, Lahore. He is highly knowledgeable, experienced and capable professional who regularly contributes to various publications and runs a widely read specialized blog on health issues. Mr. Hussain is one of the most sought after speakers at conferences and seminars on health and well being. Mr. Hussain has a strong academic and professional background. Studied DHMS in Noor Memorial Homeopathic Medical College, Lahore (No. 163N/LR/99-2000) and is a registered Homeopathic practitioner (No. 129825) from The National Council of Homeopathy, Government of Pakistan, Islamabad, Pakistan. Completed his degree program – Bachelor of Homeopathic Medicine and Surgery (BHMS) – from The University of Peshawar (FHMC-843). At the University of Wales, UK, Mr. Hussain did his MS SM and completed his dissertation under the supervision of Prof. Dr Abhijit Ganguli at British Institute (BITE), London. While in London, he attended an advanced course on Homeopathic Philosophy & Psychiatry (No. Ph-04753), which greatly enhanced his understanding of human psychology. Besides, he also attended many international seminars and workshops in [...]