Repertory of the Homoeopathic Materia Medica - …

4. What is a rubric?
a. A slang term for
a remedy kit
b. An entry in a materia
medica text about a specific
range of action of
a remedy
c. A textbook describing
symptoms resulting from
provings
d. A symptom in the
repertory with the remedies
shown to affect that
symptom

Repertory of the Homoeopathic Materia Medica

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Provings have been described as important in the development of the , due to their early use of simple control groups, systematic and quantitative procedures, and some of the first application of in medicine. The lengthy records of self-experimentation by homeopaths have occasionally proven useful in the development of modern drugs: For example, evidence that might be useful as a treatment for was discovered by looking through homeopathic provings, though homeopaths themselves never used it for that purpose at that time. The first recorded provings were published by Hahnemann in his 1796 Essay on a new principle. His Fragmenta de viribus (1805) contained the results of 27 provings, and his 1810 contained 65. For 's 1905 Lectures on Homoeopathic Materia Medica, 217 remedies underwent provings and newer substances are continually added to contemporary versions.

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At first Hahnemann used material doses for provings, but he later advocated proving with remedies at a 30C dilution, and most modern provings are carried out using ultradilute remedies in which it is highly unlikely that any of the original molecules remain. During the proving process, Hahnemann administered remedies to healthy volunteers, and the resulting symptoms were compiled by observers into a "Drug Picture". The volunteers were observed for months at a time and made to keep extensive journals detailing all of their symptoms at specific times throughout the day. They were forbidden from consuming coffee, tea, spices, or wine for the duration of the experiment; playing chess was also prohibited because Hahnemann considered it to be "too exciting", though they were allowed to drink beer and encouraged to exercise in moderation. After the experiments were over, Hahnemann made the volunteers take an oath swearing that what they reported in their journals was the truth, at which time he would interrogate them extensively concerning their symptoms.

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These softwares should be used only for the purpose of repertorization proper (tabulation & computations) and ultimate selection of similimum should be under the domain of physician's skill.


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Terminology in synthesis repertory

are coming out.

Actually, we are going through a revolution, where we are adding anything and everything over Kent's repertory, but only the future can tell us the efficacy of these compilations after their verifications and reverifications in practice.


E) Computer Softwares

In modern generation homoeopathy, various softwares are coming out for successful and authentic repertorization with minimum labor and time.

Kent J.T. Repertory of the Hom. M.M. - Médi-T - …

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Synthesis Repertory 9.1, Frederik Schroyens

Presentation Summary : * Homeopathic repertory by James Tyler Kent. ... Homeopathic Repertory is an index of disease symptoms that lists remedies associated with specific symptoms.

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Surely one of the most unusual repertories published. This slim volume (97 pages)
contains charts of the torso showing the location, direction, and character of
the pain. Pains are described in the text and then illustrated. For example,
in the plate shown here, an arrow from the left side of the patient's chest extending
to the umbilicus and ending in a shape like pincers is labeled "Agar." and indicates
that the homeopathic remedy Agaricus has pinching pains in the place and direction
shown.