Organon of Medicine

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B. Jain Publishers, Apr 1, 2002 - Medical - 224 pages
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The Organon developed slowly out of Hahnemanns research and experimentation over a period of time. It underwent as many as six editions. This sixth edition incorporates the latest findings of Dr Hahnemann during his dying years and deemed to be the most perfect of all. Many newer concepts like replacement of the vital force by vital principle, the 50 millesimal scale of potency and permissibility of external applications were introduced for the first time that were unheard of in the other editions. The work is a result of the untiring efforts of the master to improve and update his work and is of historical importance as far as medical philosophy is concerned. High on philosophy, Footnotes explaining difficult concepts, Evolution of medical science reinstated.
 

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This is the Bible of Homeopathy by the founder of Homeopathy himself. Samuel Hahnemann has been said Father of Human Pharmacology by Dr. Aditya Sardana - see http://adidarwinian.com/father-of-human-pharmacology/ Thus, Founder of Homeopathy was Father of Human Pharmacology too!

Contents

Prefaces to the Introduction Text Appendix
vi
Appeared for the first time in
xxxv
edition based on an essay entitled
7
employment
75
Published at Torgau in 1807
236
APPENDIX
265
setting forth its purpose with brief introduction to new subject
266
Homoeopathic therapeutic rule
271
Sulphur in dysentery hoemorrhoids itch asphyxia
296
ORGANON
306
Title
312
Cinchona fever
320
Itch as a remedy
328
Prophylaxis of scarlatina
344
Repetition of dose in proving
351
Local treatment of chancre
357

Dictamnusin leucorrhoea
278
Tea in gastralgia convulsions and exhaustion
284
Tea in anxiety and palpitation
290
Theoretical part Practical Part
294
Latest teachings on giving and repeating medicines
367
Solutions of medicines
375
Different dilutions for different medicines
384
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