Creating Waves of Awareness
Lumbar spine pain may be of two types- acute or chronic.
Former may be due to febrile disorders or injury while later may be due to numerous causes. The present article is dedicated to the causes of lumbar spine pains and their related rubrics found in various repertories.…
COUGH is more common disease which every homeopath deals with day today some time its difficult to understand and treat it. Lets try to understand it
COUGH | Definition A sudden explosive expiration after deep inspiration and closure of the glottis.
It is one of the physiological mechanisms for the protection of the lower respiratory tract against infection and invasion of foreign bodies. In disease it also has the function of expelling excessive…Continue
This is a personal first hand family experience of knee pain and its relief with Natrum Phos CM in a single dose. My wife is a tennis and yoga coach. Last week while playing tennis on a hard court she complained of pain on both her knees. She normally plays on clay courts, but as they were…Continue
The Huffingtonpost.com website just published my newest article on the above subject.
Well to report the progress of the Mare I have been treating - it has been a week now that I first saw the Mare with the very swollen pussy leg. I can report that she is doing fine. Here is what has happend since I last reported. The Mare was doing fine however the owner still very upset (should have given the owner some Chamomille :)
Anyway, gave the Mare 30C Puls ( if you look it up it is indicated for seeping wounds which we still had) she got a little better,however when I saw…Continue
Added by gisela DiCarlo on September 12, 2011 at 11:52am — No Comments
Whenever a patient complained about a"descending" [upper] respiratory infection, happening quickly after a cold [running nose] I have found sticta pulmonaria [D3 for a few days] a near specific to prevent a bronchitis and lung infection.
The only problem: I may just may forget to think about this!
Added by harold jitschak bueno de mesquit on September 10, 2011 at 5:00pm — No Comments
The materia medica is clear about this I would think [especially…Continue
The Gleanings I: MIND
Dr. M. A. UASMNI
[The mind chapter is brief because I do not depend, in my practice, so much on the mental symptoms. I find them mostly elusive, treacherous and undependable, to say the least. Every person in his lifetime wears many faces in society. A person weeping before you while telling her story may be the most cruel person with regard to her daughter-in-law or the servants. A lamb sitting before…Continue
On Tuesday, I was called to a farm where the owner said she had a horse that had a swollen hind leg from the hip to the fetlock. After my exam, I found the leg to be boiling hot and blood serum was oozing out on many places after stroking the leg down. The mare was in…Continue
Added by gisela DiCarlo on September 9, 2011 at 3:00pm — No Comments
A girl, aged 15, was brought to me by her mother. They were under the treatment of a local practitioner, who diagnosed the case as nasal polyp. Even after taking several years treatment, the polyp was not disappearing completely. They decided to go for surgery as a last resort. As a family friend, they contacted me only for the sake of my opinion on the scope and complications of polypectomy. So what they need is my opinion, not medicine.
On examination with a nasal speculum,…Continue
Gleanings from Homeotherapeutics
Fourth Dimension in Prescribing
Dr. M. A. Usmani
Before Boenninghausen a complete symptom was three directional, viz.,
1) Location in the body;
2) Sensations, that the patient…Continue
It starts with the subtlest signs… a suspicion that’s usually pushed into the subconscious for fear of facing a devastating truth. Many, many months on, crossed fingers and even prayers don’t seem to work as vague symptoms turn into a definite pattern that confirms a painful reality. It’s a moment of truth parents of 2 in every 1,000 children face every year, globally, when they are forced to verbalise what they were afraid to admit all along – the A-word.…Continue
Added by Dr Anita Salunkhe on September 3, 2011 at 11:30am — No Comments