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It is said there are no specifics in homeopathy. Correct, but there are some near-specifics that work in nearly eighty or ninety percent of the cases and are almost specific for a certain situation.
My aim here is to quote only those which have stood the time test during one’s own practice. I will give examples from my experience and invite others to join me.
PULSATILLA for a breach presentation:
Pulsatilla was given to a number of cases where the only a few days remained before the date set for delivery and caesarian section was suggested and there was a normal delivery after the correction of position of the fetus. In one case it was given in 30th potency in repeated doses, in others the 200th potency one dose each day for three days.

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Comment by Dr Prabhat Tandon on September 9, 2009 at 8:40pm
Nice topic & too much valuable for the new students in homeopathy , though it's far away from homeopathic ideology but it's true that there are certain remedies whose works are unquestioned in certain specific disease conditions .
Comment by Debby Bruck on September 5, 2009 at 6:05pm
Dear Dr Sarfaraz ~ Thank you for beginning the discussion of specifics. You may like to go to this group and ADD A NEW DISCUSSION for each new topic/remedy. Melanie Grimes just started the group, so yours would be the first article written.

Learning these specific remedies in acute situations will be most beneficial for home care and I think people new to homeopathy will benefit greatly.

Pulsatilla, the humble ranunculus flower, can be emotional, irritable, with anger and sharp stitching and stabbing pains. They say they have “raw nerves.” We often think of a young child who is quite moody and is calmed with a little love, hug and caring.

How do we explain the affinity of the breach position to the Pulsatilla remedy? Maybe someone can theorize about the mindset of the mother/child and their relationship.

Looking forward to more bits of wisdom.
Comment by DR SHIBI P VARGHESE on September 5, 2009 at 1:07pm
Pulsatilla is a good remedy for pregnency and delivery related complaints. because pregnency is a physiological phenomenon specific act well in this cases.
waiting for ur future blogs...
Comment by Dr. Wequar Ali Khan on September 5, 2009 at 9:13am
Good to see you writing on HWC blog.Your contribution will add to knwoeledge to many who may not have given much thought to the subject of "specicics".We shall look forward to your further contribution.

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