Posts Tagged ‘symptoms’

Summer Fun for People With Arthritis

Thursday, July 19th, 2012

Summer is now in full swing and that means people are heading outdoors. They’re heading to the park to picnic and throw the Frisbee; they’re heading to the beach to lie in the sun or frolic in the ocean; they’re heading for their favorite campgrounds in the woods or the mountains. (more…)

Similia Similibus Curentur Post 5

Friday, August 12th, 2011

The most well-known medicines are known to produce some hundreds of symptoms. These represent a particular selection from the total number of symptoms which can be produced by the mind/body system, which is vast. Each individual medicine, however, does not produce a completely different set of symptoms, but a distinctive selection from the common pool — and there is much overlap between the sets. To make an analogy, we could imagine that each symptom was represented by a different playing card, so that there were the usual “picture cards” as well as cards numbered one to many hundred, instead of one to ten. The significant symptoms of the Coffea patient could be represented by a Queen, an Ace (representing the most marked and unusual symptoms). (more…)

Similia Similibus Curentur Post 3

Thursday, July 28th, 2011

Further on we find that:

Gastrointestinal symptoms may include loss of appetite, nausea, diarrhea or constipation. Occasionally, an unexpected hypersensitivity to the drug may occur, and this is characterized by skin rashes, fever, photosensitivity, and deleterious effects on the blood. Other side effects include fatigue, tingling in various parts of the body, and, occasionally, jaundice. (more…)

Similia Similibus Curentur Post 1

Thursday, July 14th, 2011

In the first columns of this series we looked at some of the principles of homeopathy which represented dramatic breaks with the previous history of medicine — the idea of the single dose and the single medicine — in our search for the core principles of homeopathy. These principles were revolutionary at the time Hahnemann enunciated them, and they are still way in advance of mainstream medical practice and theory. (more…)