Naja-Naja-Naja

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B. Jain Publishers, Jun 30, 2002 - Medical - 92 pages
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One of the best methods of obtaining an idea of the action of any drug is to investigate the source and study the ecology. One of the first features that strikes us is the serpent lethargy. You have seen the creature at the "zoo", lying coiled up upon themselves, or upon one another, and you have difficulty in discerning whether they are dead or alive. So it is with the provers that they want to do nothing, and be left alone, but let anyone disturb them and they dart out in anger, ready to strike as the serpents themselves. The author has tried to give maximum amount of reliable information regarding snake venoms in minimum space.
 

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Contents

S No Topic Page No 1 Foreword
1
Naja Naja Naja Introduction
3
Cobra in Indian Culture
4
Cobra Legends
9
Cobra in Ancient Literature
11
Cobra in Other Countries
13
Ancient Uses of Snake Venom
14
Cobra Venom Constituents Symptoms and Treatment
15
Generalities
31
Doctrine of Letter C
33
Particulars
35
Symptoms of Naja Common in Relation of Other Snake Remedies
43
Comparison between Naja and Elaps
47
Difference between Naja and Lachesis
55
Comparison between Naja and Cenchris
61
A Case of Depression
63

Symptoms of Poisoning
17
Treatment of Cobra Bite
18
Experience of Frank Buckland
21
NajaMind
23
Analysis of Naja Dreams
27
Daughter in Law Syndrome
29
A Case of Filariasis
71
A Case of Allergic Rhinitis
77
A Case of Chronic Schizophrenia
83
A Case of Migraine
88
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About the author (2002)

Professor Dr Farokh J Master is based in Bombay (India). He is a world-renowned homeopath and teacher. He is an author who has penned over 30 books and is also actively involved in proving new remedies. Half of the year he is travelling all over the world teaching homeopathy students and collecting experiences which are disseminated through The Homeopathic Heritage. He also writes for various National Dailies including The Times of India.

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