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Preeti Gupta Psoriasis (palms) Anac. is suited to affections of the palms of the hands. There are warts even on the palms. "Quis? Quid? Ubi? Quibus auxiliis? Cur? Quomodo? Quando?" The Life and Letters of Dr Samuel Hahnemann Hahnemann's Reputation as a Scientist Hahnemann acquired a considerable reputation as a practitioner of medicine, as a scientist in pharmacology, and for promoting the importance of good hygiene. Hufeland, for example, "never lost respect for Hahnemann's genius and services to medicine." As a translator Hahnemann was widely regarded as a writer who "improved and perfected," any text translation he undertook. Many honours and accomplishments in chemistry and pharmacy preceded his discovery of homeopathy, what Ameke calls "his pre-homeopathic labours." For example, "in 1788, Hahnemann discovered the solubility of metallic sulphates in boiling nitric acid." He was described as "one of the most distinguished physicians of Germany…of matured experience and reflection…a man rendered famous by his writings." [2] Hahnemann's Organon Of Medicine Hahnemann was a polyglot — a master of 14 languages. [P] KALI NITRICUM-- Polypus filling the whole r. side of the nose was entirely cured by the 3d dil. KREOSOTUM-- The pains are always burning, like red-hot coals. It has been found extremely valuable (certainly as a palliative) in scirrhus of the uterus and epithelioma of the pudenda, with the peculiar burning pain as from hot coals and offensive discharge. Cauliflower excrescences of the uterus, with terrible burning, as from red-hot coals, profuse discharge of offensive clots and ichorous, excoriating leucorrhoea. It has cured sterility caused by profuse acrid leucorrhoea and irregular menstruation. PCOD Urticaria after menstruation. Winter cough of old people. Senile gangrene of a horrible odor and terrible burning (Sec. c.). Tendency to gangrenous degeneration of ulcers. [ After a few weeks' observation at the Liverpool Homœopathic Dispensary, a case was presented to me in private. A small boy of five, a relative of my own, was brought to me by his mother. Two years before, he had been badly scratched on the forehead by a cat, and when the scratches healed, a crop of warts appeared on the site of them. And there they remained up to that time in spite of diligent treatment by the family doctor ; As an allopath to homœopathy to see if that could help me. I consulted the authorities, and found that the principal drug which is credited with producing crops of warts is Thuja occidentalis. I ordered this, more by way of experiment than expecting much result ; but I said, if there was truth in homœopathy, it ought to cure. In a few days improvement was manifest ; in three weeks the warts were all gone. Rightly or wrongly I attributed, and still attribute, the result to Thuja, though it will no doubt be said that "charms" have done the same thing. Very well ; it any one will give me a system of charms that I can use with precision and produce with it such definite effects, and better, I shall be very glad to try it. As it was, I concluded that if homœopathy could give me results like that, homœopathy was the system for me. And with all due modesty be it spoken, homœopathy has been doing this kind of work for me ever since - for a period, that is, of some thirty years.; Hahnemann pointed out there were three principal ways of using drugs - the homœopathic, the allopathic, and the antipathic or enantiopathic. The homœopathic is the like - to - like method, in which a medicine is given to a sick person because it is capable of producing similar state when given to healthy one - similia similibus. The allopathic method is that in which the drug given, being "without any pathological relation to what is naturally diseased in the body, attacks the part most exempt from the disease." The enantiopathic is the opposite of the homœopathic, and is the treatment by contraries. This treatment is palliative merely. When a large dose of opium is given to overcome sleeplessness ; or when an astringent is given to arrest diarrhœa, or a purgative is given to remove constipation - these are examples of antipathic treatment. But many diseases, such as inflammation, for example have no "opposites" except health, and these can not be treated by this method, and must be treated, if at all, in one of the other two ways. When an emetic is given to relieve a cold on the chest, an action is produced different in place and kind from the condition treated, and this is allopathic. Again, when a patient treats himself for headache by taking an aperient, he practises allopathy ; and again, when a medical man puts a blister behind a patient's ear to cure inflammation of his eye, the treatment is allopathic. When on the other hand, in a case of headache we give a drug like Belladonna or Glonoin (nitro-glycerine), both of which produce produce a variety of headaches of great intensity when taken by the healthy, then we are practising homœopathy. It is true that the majority of the medical profession scorn the idea of there being any rule to guide them in practice, and for this reason, I suppose, on the lucus a non lucendo principle, insist on being called nothing else but "regular". If they did not scorn logic as well as rule, these practitioners would call themselves medical anarchists The Principle of Cure by Medicines Revealed by Hahnemann. "Where modern pharmacy works its wonders is in the treatment of symptoms and here in is its danger for an impatient and unthinking public. Who can tell how much of the nervous and physical breakdown of modern life may not be due to the abundant means which the chemist has provided for extinguishing the danger signals of nature ?" [Daily Graphic, November 1, 1904.] ] {(This case, therefore, adds Lyco. to the remedies having "aggravation from cheese")} { Differentiation between Melilotus, Glonoin and Belladonna : circulation in the brain, the headaches and mental states are only lesions common to all three.}

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