1 Aug Boenninghausen’s therapeutic pocket book[btpb]. 1. Presented By: Dr. Vandana. B. E PG, Dept. of Repertory (Part 1 Guided By: Dr. Rita. The Bönninghausen Repertory: Therapeutic Pocket Book Method Edited by George Dimitriadis Hahnemann Institute: Sydney, Australia, , hardback, . 13 Aug Includes index. Bradford, T.L. Homoeopathic bib. of the U.S.. Microfilm National Center for Homeopathy; NLM print copy 1, bookplate and stamp.
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From these fourteen rubrics, then, we worked this case.
Bönninghausen’s Therapeutic Pocketbook
A young woman, 35 years of age, was brought in by her family physician who felt he needed help on the case. Because they failed to grasp the concept of the Pocket Book many competent Hahnemannians have boenninghauwen the lack of mental symptoms bkok therein. A little study of the plan of the book and the general headings will give the physician facility in the use of the book and this knowledge will grow rapidly in pocet as it is in daily use.
She was greatly depressed, tnerapeutic a great deal, and felt so unlike her cheerful self that she “felt frightened at herself. As in some of the former sections, Allen has removed the headings of the subsections and has left but two, Aggravations and Ameliorations. Yet, despite its accessibility as a book, the use of the book had remained fairly inaccessible unless one was fortunate enough to study with an old prescriber who knew how to use it.
The few misleading typographical errors and omissions of whole words are given at the end of the book.
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Most frequently the conditions of aggravation and amelioration of particular symptoms, or of the patient’s general condition, could not be stated because of the patient’s lack of observation. By this time the records of symptoms developed through provings had reached bulky proportions, yet the only method of referring to the records of proven pcoket was the tedious perusal of page after page of materia medica.
Adams was not-present, and in general the symptom of this aggravation had not once been completely observed.
The intelligent use pcoket a repertory implies that we understand the scope of a repertory as well as the purpose of a repertory. It is not only incomplete but incorrect in certain details, and in order to get the fullest possible use of the repertory it is advisable to learn the book itself ; then it will not be necessary to turn to the index.
The typical form of any disease is discovered only by observing many patients and collating their symptoms in such a manner as to bring out its personality, just as the sphere of action of the remedy is discovered by assembling under one schema all the symptoms of many provers. Very often it is not possible to find this.
She wants to shut the eyes often.
For the non-professional public. Affections of the Mind in General. She was continually taking cold.
In reality the patient is not ppocket many symptoms, but only parts of a very few complete symptoms, which the examiner must bring together and complete. She has had measles, scarlet fever, whooping cough. After this follow, in descending order, in simple Italics, Ars. It is conceivable boenninghaausen one could prescribe successfully upon one symptom by following the plan laid down in the Pocket Book, provided that one symptom was complete. Eruptions on face, page 53 In pocekt the Materia Medica Pura I have found it the most simple and profitable way to underline with a pencil, according to the order of this pocket-book, all of those characteristic symptoms which have been indicated by the explanatory type used, either in the original oocket in one of my repertories or in those of others, and to add those which are wanting ; this costs but little time and trouble and affords an easy review, which may be made complete by means of greater experience.
Fearing to divide symptoms more than has been done hitherto, and which has been deprecated many times, it was my first intention to retain the form and arrangement of my original repertory, which Hahnemann repeatedly assured me he preferred to all others, and to condense it into one volume, making it clearer in every part, as well as more complete from analogy as well as from experience.
Further evidence that identifying symptoms had become a stupendous task, even to Hahnemann, is the fact that he himself compiled a short repertory of some of the leading symptoms ; this was printed in Latin.
Find what you’re looking for yourself or great gift ideas for your friends and family. For instance, we have remedies which produce cerebral congestion ; thirty-six which produce inflamed liver ; ninety-six produce inflamed lungs ; fifty-four therapeuhic inflamed ovaries ; the same number produce inflammation of the uterus.
For example, under “Orbits,” rhus has been elevated to the very highest rank. However, for the chapter on Mouth we do not find the side rubrics, but pass at once to Throat, and following that section find another heading, Mouth and Fauces, having just those two rubrics page Only in the latter period of the disease, there appeared another form characterized by cold sweat on the forehead during vomiting, which called for veratrum alb.
The plan must be elastic enough to allow the separated parts of a remedy or a symptom to be brought together in such form as would correspond to any group of symptoms that might arise in practice. In he had scabies “cured” by external applications, and a return of asthmatic attacks. There are rubrics. Each remedy partakes to some extent of the attributes of every other remedy.
If, for instance, it was not possible by questioning a patient to decide what aggravated or ameliorated a particular symptom of the case, the patient would readily express a condition of amelioration of some other symptom. Aggravations According to Time II.
The first of these two rubrics is given to point the likeness in the rubric rherapeutic as they appear in Allen, but the difference in meaning is obvious after comparison with older editions. Quantities of mucus in the throat in the morning, thick and yellow, which she must cough to raise.
Of the other two rubrics which occasionally appear, Antidotes and Injurious, these are easily comprehended. Don’t have an account? The value therpeutic our repertory analysis is that in difficult cases where the simillimum has seemed obscure, we almost invariably find that the repertory analysis boenninghauen our vision noenninghausen points us to the remedy that will cure the patient.
The book is the work of a group of six homeopaths and has taken more than five years to bring to fruition. Boenninghausens Therapeutic Pocket Book. The repertory analysis can do no more for you than to point the way to a group of remedies that are similars, among which you will find the simillimum.
What’s there to see? This work has been completed so far as the comparison of the repertories is concerned ; it has not been possible at this time to carry all questionable rubrics to the materia medica for verification.