The Carcinosin :APPEARANCE OF THE PATIENT

-Foubister. Interest was aroused by the similarity between two children born of mothers who, while pregnant, were suffering from cancer of the breast and subsequently died from it. These children had a brownish cafe au lait complexion numerous moles and blue sclerotics. Both suffered from insomnia (the carcinosins are useful remedies for insomnia, when indicated).

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MATERIAL AND METHOD:

null-C.C.R.H. The Provers As far as possible, healthy volunteers were chosen and subjected to thorough preliminary physical and clinical examination, laboratory investigations concerning blood, urine, stool and radiological examination. Only those volunteers who were found fit for the proving were selected. Thirty provers which included adult males (21) and females (9) took part in the…

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A PROVING OF CASSIA SOPHERA: INTRODUCTION

null-C.C.R.H. (Incorporating Clinically Verified Symptoms) Experimentation of drug on apparently healthy human beings, in order to ascertain their sphere of action of human organism, is unique to Homoeopathy. Unlike modern medicine, where preliminary tests of drugs are conducted on animals, Homoeopathy employs systematic experimentation of drugs on human beings for whom they are intended to…

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ORIGIN AND SOURCES OF HOMOEOPATHIC DRUGS: Animal Source

– Sumit Goel. Although the poisonous secretions of toads were once employed effectively as heart tonics and that of cockroach in asthma by Chinese physicians and powdered toad skins were similarly administered in mediaeval times for the treatment of dropsy, the introduction of important therapeutic agents of animal origin has depended on the logical development…

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The periodic table constitutes a valuable tool that systematizes the physical and chemical properties of the elements.:ORIGIN AND SOURCES OF HOMOEOPATHIC DRUGS

– Sumit Goel. Nature is made up of 103 plus elements and their combinations in form of mixtures and compounds. The periodic table constitutes a valuable tool that systematizes the physical and chemical properties of the elements. The utility of the periodic table lies in its ability to provide clues to the physical and chemical…

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