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RAPID, GENTLE & PERMANENT IS THE HOMOEOPATHIC CURE

 


RAPIDISATION  IN  CURE  WITH THE CAUSATION

RAPID CURE WITH THE CAUSATION

          Most of the people think that Homoeopathy is very slow in it's path towards   the cure. Truly, it is the highest ideal of cure as Hahnemann said in 2nd   Aphorism in  his organon i,e. it is rapid, gentle and permanent restoration of  health. But, in most of   the cases many young Homoeopaths need much time due to lack of the natural   expression of disease which was suppressed by so many means. They have to  overcome each suppression layer by layer just like peeling of onion  to restore  the patients health.
          But, if they concentrate on the Causative factor, their treatment will take very less time as they are striking at the root of the disease.
          I would like to share my experience which taught me the importance of  Causative factor.

          A female aged about 50 years came to my Clinic with complaint of burning   and itching of eyes with lachrymation. There is also bland nasal discharge since 1   year, she is known hypertensive since 8 years. Euphrasia  200 1d relieved her eye and nasal complaints. When I have to prescribe for her hypertension there was no symptom which can  lead to a similar remedy. So, I enquired about the past, which made her to check her blood pressure, she informed that 8 years back she had an injury to head  since then, her B.P. was 170/110 mm in  Hg.
          Basing on the injury  to head and sensitiveness to damp weather I  prescribed Nat. Sulph. 1M 1d which reduced her B.P. to 130/80  mm of Hg within 10  days. For the last 2 months her B.P. was WNL and  she  had no complaints.

          What I conclude is, if there is any peculiar, striking characteristic symptom prescribe basing on that. If cases presented with few symptoms, one sided in nature   there, if you prescribe basing on the causative factors you will find the deserving results within  a Short Period.

 

                    Published in HYPERTENSION issue of NJH in the Vol.V No.1 January-February 1996                        

 

 
 
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