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AUTHOR'S INTRODUCTION

Dear Friends, I have written this book especiaUy to help students who join this profession in their first year. Its an efforl to help them to know how homoeopathic medicine works, detailed explaination of the medicines in their course, mnemonics to help them visualise better, qnestions that have been framed on those medicines till date. Also there are viva type of questions that are mostly asked during the examination. While I was studying J faced some problems and I have made an attempt to help my friends in better understanding of the drugs. I hope that my endeavour should be of hclp to all my friends, teaching community and all homoeopathic physicians who are so sincerely involved in this profession. I shall be glad to take any suggestion/criticism fOT the improvement of this book.

RITU KJNRA

(B.H.M.S.)

ACKNOWLEDGEMENT

The book is a mere speck in the vast sands of knowledge. I am grateful to God for allowing me to lift that spec.k. In my humble endeavour, there are certain people who have played a particularly important part. rrrst lowe and give my special thanks to my father in the development of this book and ideas in it; to my mother from whom I have learnt a great dea.~to my brother who long urged and finally persuaded me to write the book; to all my teachers and friends who gave me inspiration to work harder. I wish to express my sincere thanks to Dr. P.N. Jain who saw through my keeness, encouraged and provided me the format. Finally I express my gratitude to Mr. Subhash Saini for his help in bringing out this book in the present form.

To everything there purpose under the heaven;

is

a

season, and a time to every

A time

Lo die;

A time to plant, and a time to pluck,

A time Lo suffer and a time Lo heal

to

be

born , and a time

(Ecc1essistes iii, 1-8)

RI1lJKJNRA

(BHMS)

(Ecc1essistes i i i , 1-8) RI1lJKJNRA (BHMS) GOVERNMENT OF NATIONAL CAP ITAL TERRITORY OF DELHI

GOVERNMENT OF NATIONAL CAP ITAL TERRITORY OF DELHI

Nehru Homoeopathic Medical College & Hospital

(Affiliated to University of Del hi) B-Block. Defence Colony, New Delhi·11 0 024 Phone : 4621193

Ref. No.

FOREWORD

Dated' 20.07.1999

I am happy to go through this book. I am extremely glad

to note that t/u author has ventured to write the book at such

11 young age. The contents are comprehensive and have been presented in a very lucid and interesting manner.

The boo/\. has ban especially designed and written to help

the studmts of first year

undergo. It starts with an introduction on Organon arMedicine tbllowed by o<planation ofdrugs ; sketches for an easy compre­ 'unsion and viva questions to have a better grasp.

to overcome the difficulties that they

I am sure it will be appreciated by one and all.

J~L- <-.:.,. '-"-~

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DHMS; MBS: MD .

Principal

Nehru Homoeopathic Medical College and Hospital. New Delhi-24.

(vil)

£IS,

£

It givts me gnat

pltasurt in writing these words aboll~

. the first edition ofthis WtU~wrlttenbook on Homotopathy bl '

a devotid Doctor. The book contains tht

essenCt oftrue knowledge ofHomoeopathy. The author has tried her best to cowr al/ the essential points which art very useful to understand the sciena and medicines. The book glVts an tasily nadab/t and undtrstandab/e form of tht Homoeopathic treatment for various ailments. It Is sinctnly hoped that the first edition ofthis book would prow useful for tht students, Doctors and lovers of Homotopathy and generate forther intertst In this miracle scirnCt.

Dr. Ritu I<

inra

God. I pray to him that this first

book of its kind may provt a gun in the Homotopathic field and !hi tamtst efforts oftht author prow fiuitful.

Tht greattst Hialer is

DR. R. P. SINGH

D.H.M.S. (Delhi)

Ex. S. Medical Officer Incharge M.e.D. Homoeo Dispensary

Date: 20'h July 1999.

(viii)

.MtSSAGt

I had observed tht sinctrity ofDr. Ritu KJnra while htr intlrnship at Lawrma Road dispensary. At such a young age htr interest for drawing symptomatic pictures for mtd/~ cines and thowugh obStrvation for the rrforrna of various medicines is highly appndablt. This book would bi of Im~ mlllSt htlp to studmts of homotopathy and tyen the physi.

,

cians.

May God BliSS her with succtSS in rvtrything sht plans.

DR

JYOTI

GOSWAMI

Medical Officer Incharge

Delhi Admn. Dispensary

Date: 20 rh July 1999.

(ix)

HOW DOES CURE TAKE PLACE WITH HOMOEOPATHIC MEDICINES

Founder of Homoe:opatby-Dr. Samuel Hahnemann (10th Apr.

I ns- 2nd July 1843)

or SimiLia

SlInilibus Curantur. lllerapeutic Law or Nature - '~ weaker dynamjc affection is ,wrmenanlly extinguished in the living organism by a stronger one, if the 1.lller (whilst differing in kind) is very similar to former in its manifestations." For example- Measles and whooping cough have very similar type ••, fever and cough but measles has an eruption on skin while whooping wugh does nqt have it BosquilloD noticed that in an epidemic where both Ih e diseases prevailed at the same time, many children who had s uffered hum measJcs were oot attacked by whooping cough.

A Homoeopathic medicine is given to a sick person

Principle

or Homoeopa(by - "LIKE CURES

LIKE"

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It affects the deranged vital force through the medicines on santient faculty of nerves.

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A stronger and similar medicinal disease is produced. This stronger and similar medicinal disease extinguishes the original weaker disease (as per therapeutic law of nature).

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The vital force is now only affected by medicinal disease.

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This medicinal disease is removed in two ways .

Medicinal disease becomes weaker due to minute doses and fixed duration of action of medicines.

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Secondary curative action of vital force.

(xi)

The vital force is thus free from both diseased forces and medicinal forces

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The free vital force is thus enabled to carry on healthily the vital operations of the organism. PERFECT HEALTH IS THUS RESTORED.

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Original disease attacked by similar and stronger medicinal disease,

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According to Therapeutic Law of Nature, weaker and orginal disease Is annihilated and similar and stronger medicinal disease remains.

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Stronger medicinal disease acts on vital force.

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This medicinal disease disappears as medicine is discontinued or due to secondary action of vital force

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HEALTH RESTORED.

What is a Miasm '!

Miasm - An inborn or acquired sLate peculiar to an individual whicb predisposes him to a group of diseases or mental condition.

1j'pes:

1. PSORA

2. SYCOSIS

3. SYPHILIS.

PSORI\ -

It is the most imporLant chronic miasm which is the only fundamental cause and produces innumerable forms of disease. Primary manifestation consists of a peculiar cutaneous eruption, sometimes only a few vesicles accompanied by intolerable voluptioos tickling. itching and peculiar odour. When the primary manifestation 15 suppressed, it produces various other djseased conditions affecting the functions of diverse tissues and organs coming under

different nosological labels.

(xii)

SYPHILIS-Chronic miasm primarily manifested outwardly by a veneral chancre. When Lhe allopathic physician destroys the chancre a painful substitule lhe 'bubo' appears which hastens onwards to suppuration. When the secondary a.i.lmenl is also destroyed - the nature develops far more secondary ailments through the out break of chromc syphilis. It destroys tissues, organs and bones and produces bone caries and

ulceration.

SYCOSIS - Sycosis is a chronic miasm which is primarily manifested externally by cauli flower like growth on

skin.

Sycosis .is a contageous constitutional disease which results from suppression of chromc gonorrhoea. Gonorrhoea is a veneral disease characterised by inflammatory dir,charge of mucus from urethra. It produces hypertrophy of tissues and organs such as tumors, rheumatic or gouty conditions.

or

nlATHESIS - An

unusual

constitutional

susceptibility

predisposition to a peculiar disease.

u) Rheumatic- Predisposition to rheumatism.

I,) Heamorrhagic-Predisposition to heamorrhage.

l~)Thbercular -

d) Scrofulous - Predisposition to glandular swelling especially in the

neck. TEMPERAMENT - Ones customary form of natural disposition.

is marked by a general pigmentation, high blood

Predisposition to tuberculosis.

,I) Bilious -It

strong

appetite, tenacity of purpose. h) Choleric- Bilious temperament. ;) Nervous - Subject is mentally or physically alert with rapid pulse It .Ihility but not always having fixity of purpose.

shallow

of

pressure,

slow

puIse,

well

developed

mpple,

d) Leucophlegmatic -

Pallor

skin

with

slow

and

respiration,

sluggish

circulation

and

a

tendency

to

inflammation

of

skin

and

lymphatics. l") Lympbalic- Same as leucophlegmatic. nSanguine - Fresh complexion; light hair and eyes; a full puIse, good digestion, quick but not lasting temper . ~) Melancholic - One marked by emaciation, irritability and a pessimistic out look to lhe world

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INDEX

Common Name

LADY 'S LOVE MONKSHOOD HORSE CHESTNUT Fooes PARSLEY RAW ONION SOCOTRINA ALOES SMELLING SALT SULFIDE OF ANTIMONY TARTAR EMETIC APIUM VIRUS PURE SILVER SILVER NlTRATE LEOPARDS BANE ARSENOUS ACID INDIAN TURNIP GOLD WILD JNDIGO CARBONATE OF BARTUM DEADLY NIGHTSHADE BARBERRY BORATE OF SODIUM WHITE BRYONY CARBONATE OF LIME PHOSPHATE OF LIME SULPHATE OF LIME FLOUR SPAR MARIGOLD VEGETABLE CHARCOAL POTASSIUM HYDRATE HAMOMI LLA MATRICARIA WORMSEED

I ABROTANUM

" ACONITE NAPELLUS

\ AESCULUS HlPPOCASTANUM I AETHUSA CYNAPTUM ALLIUM CEPA

" ALOE SOCOTRJNA AMMONIUM CARBONICUM H. ANTIMONIUM CRUDUM II. ANTIMONTUM TARTARICUM

APIS MEL UFICA ARGENTUM METALLICUM

III

I

I

I.' ARGENTUM NITRICUM

I '. ARNICA MONTANA

14 ARS E NICUM ALBUM

1'1 ARUM TRIPHYLLUM lit AURUM METALLICUM 17. BAPTISTA TINCTORlA 11{ , BARYTA CARBONlCA (II , BELLADONNA Ill . BERBERIS VULGARIS

! I. BORAX VENETA ~;!, BRYONIA '\. CALCAREA CARBONICA , k CALCAREA PHOSPHORlCA ~~. CALCAREA SULPHURICUM '11. CALCAREA FLOURTCA '7. CALENDULA ZX- CARBO VEGETABILIS "1 . CAUSTICUM 10, CHAMOMILLA It ClNA

U . CINCHONA OFFICTNALIS (CHINA PERUVIAN BARK

\ l COLCHJCUM AUTUMNALE MEADOW SAFFRON

(xv)

(xvi)

34. COLOCYNTHIS

35. DROSERA ROTUNDIFOLIA

36. DULCAMARA

37. ElJPHRASIA

38. FERRUM PHPSPHORICUM

39. GELSIMIVM NlTIDUM

40. GRAPHJTES

41. HELLEBORUS NIGER

42. HEPAR SULPHURIS

43. HYOSCYAMUS NIGER

44. IGNATIA AMARA

45. IPECACUANHA

46. KALI BICHROMlCUM

47. KALI CARBONlCUM

48. KALI MURlATICUM

49. KALI PHOSPHORJCUM

50. KALl SULPHURICUM

51. LACHESIS MUTA

52. LEDUM PALUSTRE

53. LYCOPODIUM CLAVATUM

54. MAGNESIA PHOSPHORICA

55. MERCURI'0S SOLUBILIS

56. MERCURIUS CORROSIVUS

·57. NATRUM MURIATICUM

58. NATRUM PHO$PHORICUM

59. NATRUM SULPHURICUM

60. NITRIC ACID

61. NUX VOMICA

62. PODOPHYLLUM

63 . PULSATILLA NIGRICANS

64. RHUS TOXICODENDRON

65. SECALE CORNUTUM

66. SILICEA

BITTER CUCURBITACEA SUNDEW BITTER SWEET EYEBRfGHT IRON PHOSPHATE YELLOW JASMINE BLACK LEAD SNOW ROSE SULPHATE OF LIME

HENBANE

SAINT IGNATIUS BEAN IPECAC POTASSIUM BICHROMATE POTASSIUM CARBONATE POTASSIUM CHLORIDE POTASSIUM PHOSPHATE POTASSIUM SULPHATE SURUKUKU SNAKE MARSH TEA CLUB MOSS PHOSPHATE OF MAGNESIUM QUICK SILVER CORROSIVE SUBLIMATE COMMON SALT SODIUM PHOSPHATE SODIUM SULPHATE NITRIC ACID POISON NUT MAY APPLE ANEMONE (wild flower) POISON OAK SPURRED RYE 'fungus' PURE SILICA

67.

SULPHUR FLOWERS OF SULPHUR-BRIMSTONE

68.

SPONGIA TOSTA

ROASTED SPONGE

69.

THUJA OCCIDENTALIS

ARBOR VITEA; TREE OF LIFE

70.

VERATRUM ALBUM

WHITE HELLEBORE

1. ABROTANUM

Cushing Devennter Gatchell

Common Name - Southern wood. Lady's Love (Compositae). Miasm - Psora in background.

Constitution - Marasmus most pronounced in the lower extremities rrom malnutrition. Children are emaciated and weak. Face is wrinkled and pale with blue-ring around the eyes. Gnawing hunger and bloated

"domen.

Head is so weak that the child canno t bold it np.

Temperament - Inhuman and crnel.

RelatJon with heat and cold - Chilly patient.

Diathesis - Thbercular diathesis.

OTES

1) Marasmus in the lower extremities.

2) Patient has a gnawing hunger despite which he is weak and looses flesh (Nat mue, Thberculinum, Iodum).

3) Emaciation begins in the lower limbs and spreads upwards so that face is the /osl affected.

4) Stools - contain undigested food particles (lientria) .

5)Altemale dianhoeo and constipation

(Antim crud, Nux vom,

Sulphur, Veratrum album, Antim tart, Podophyllum, Chelidonium). 6) Metastasis of mumps to the testicle or mammary glands (Carbo veg, Pulsatilla).

7) Rheumatic

lameness and stiffness of joints .

Suppressed rheumatism can lead to cardiac symptoms (Ledum, Kalmia, Aurum met). Rheumatism is caused by suddenly checked

diarrhoea. 8) Gout is present with swelling and inflammation.

9) Abrotanum has cured pleurisy after Bryonia and Aconite have

conditions with

failed.

10) Hydrocele in boys. Bleeding from navel in infants.

I-articulars :

1) MARASMUS 2) PLEURISY 3) RHEUMATISM AND GOUT 4) GASTRO INTESTINAL SYMPTOMS

2

Abrotanum

2 Abrotanum [MARAsMusl • Marasmus in the lower extremities due to malnutrition. • Ascending emaciation. •

[MARAsMusl

• Marasmus in the lower extremities due to malnutrition.

• Ascending emaciation.

• Patient has a gnawing hunger.

• Child is very weak and finds it difficult to hold up bis head.

• Stools - contain undigested food particles. Alternate diarrhOl:.I with constipation

• Sensation of creeping chills along the convolutions of the braill.

• H ectic fever is very weakening in marasmus.

• Skill - flabby and hangs loose. In pleurisy Abrotanum can be used after Bryonia and Aconite . A pressing sensation remains in the affected side. Case - ')\ woman lying on the bed with dyspnoea, anxiety, cold sweilf and pain in the heart was surrounded by friends to see her die." History - She had suffered from rheumatism and that she had used crutches to gel about the house for many months. She had recently been cured by a strong liniment only a few days before this attack. Cure - Abrotanurn cured her promptly.

IRHEUMATISM AND GOUTI CaLIse - Suddenly checked diarrhoea, piles. CI/aracler ofpain - Lameness and stiffness of joints.

• AoJde and wrists are affected more.

• Suppressed rheumatism may cause cardiac symptoms.

• Other symptoms - Epistaxis, bloody urine, anxiety, trembling, when ther e bas been a his lOry of suppressed diarrhoea.

• Diarrhoea alternates with rheumatism. Aggravation - Night/cold. Amelioration - Motion.

jGASTRO INTESTINAL SYMYfOMS (GlT) 1

• ExtirpaLion of heamorrhoids to gastric symptoms.

• Frequent desire

• pestroys wonns - ascarides.

• Contraction of limbs from cramps or following colic. Abrolanum can also be used in itclri:ng chilblains.

of diarrhoea may 1ez d

or checking

for stool but passes liltle at a time .

General Modalities :

Aggravation - NIGHT/COLD. Amelioration - MOTION.

Relations:

Abrotanum is followed well by Bryonia and Baryta carbo

Wrinkled Oabby skin. She is so weak: that she cannot hold hor head

Bloated abdomen E macialed lower limbs
Bloated abdomen
E macialed lower limbs

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Abrotanum

Important Questions?

0.1. Describe Abrotanum child

0.2. Describe Abrotanum. in marasmus.

(1973, Supp)

(1975, 76 Supp, 79, 81, 82]

0.3. Write down the c.hracteristic symptoms of Abrotanum.

0.4. Describe Abrotanum in heart diseases.

0.5. Compare picture of Abrotanum and lodum. child.

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[1976]

 

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ABROTANUM

 

IOnUM

• Chilly patient.

• Hot patient.

• Diathesis - Thbercular.

 

• Diathesis - Thbercular, Scrofulous.

• Emaciation - Ascendin$ type.

• Emaciation - Emaciation of

Child is very weak and 15 unable to hold up head.

 

the whole body with ~rtrophy and induration of

 

glandS.

• Eats well but looses flesh.

 

• Eats well but looses flesh.

• Other symptoms ­

• Rheumatic conditions with heart irritation.

• Other symptoms

• Desires cold t.hinp.

• Acrid and COrOSSlVe

• Patient is cruel and ill natured.

 

discharges.

• Child is very restless.

• Skin is flab~and bangs

• Pulsations all over the body.

loose in fol

.

• Constriction and squeezing in the heart

2. ACONITUM NAPELLUS

Hahnemanll

Common Name - Monkshood (RanuncuJacea) [called Monkshood because of the shape of the flowers which lurn

over and give the appearance of a hood.]

,

Aconite

is

one of ehe deadliest and most rapidly acting poisol/.

Aconite

is

th e acute of Sulphur.

(Both Aconite and Sulpbur are used in acute inllammatory conditions.) Miasm - Psora in the background. Constitution - Aconile is a short acting remedy , II is used in acute cases in PLethoric/Sanguine persons. Strong robust people who lead a sedenlry life. Aconite is a remedy for rosy, chubby and plethoric persons. Thmperament- Sanguine temperament. Relation with heat and cold - Warm blooded patient. Acollite is a

,I'/tort acting remedy.

KEYNOTES

1) Aconite is the remedy for cold dry weather.

2) Aconite is

3) Everything starts suddenly and violently like a storm and passes away in the same manner. 4) Patient predicts the lime of death . There L<; fear of death. Aconite patient calls for the doctor due to fear of death. He wants to call the doctor immediately. Face of Aconite expresses fear. AilrnenL<; caused due to fright (mental/physical) . 5) Trio of restlessness - Aconite, Arsenic album, Rhus tox. Aconite patient has a lot of strength and wanIs to keep constantly moving. 6) Trio of pain - Aconite, Chamomill a, Cofrea .

Pain is intolerable in Aconite patient. Pain is associated with numbness, prickil/g and til/gling in the extremities and even complete aneastbesia. 7) Easy bleeding of pure bright red blood attended by great fear of death. 8) Fever-Sthenic type of fever.

indicated iuflTSt stage of inflammation.

• Dry heat of skin with full hard bounding pulse.

• Sensation of numbness, pricking and tickling in lhe extremities and even complete aneasthesia.

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