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What are the causes for disease in homeopathy?

What are the causes for disease in homeopathy?

According to modern medicine, the cause of the diseases is various kind of pathogenic agents but according to homeopathy, there are 3 different types of the cause which ultimately lead to disease. Exciting Cause Fundamental Cause Maintaining Cause Let’s under each cause in detail. Exciting Cause The exciting cause can be defined as the cause …

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"What are Scope & Limitations the of Homeopathy?"

What are the Scope and Limitations of Homeopathy?

Homeopathy is one of the therapeutic, but the only curative system of medicine. The homeopathic system has a clearly defined scope and limitations of its own. Hahnemann has clearly remarked that homeopathy is the only possible method of treatment of dynamic diseases. “Accuracy and efficacy in homeopathic therapeutics is possible to those who have clearly …

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What is Suppression in Homeopathy?

What is Suppression in Homeopathy?

The word “Suppression” is derived from the Latin word “supprimere”, which means “to press down forcibly”. Suppression is the process of forcibly removing the present disease manifestations by any means other than fixed principles at the cost of a new disease. Suppression diverts the disease manifestation from the least essential organs to the most essential …

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Why a Physician Should be an Unprejudiced Observer?

Why a Physician Should be an Unprejudiced Observer?

The true practitioner of the healing art should be an unprejudiced observer. As we know, knowledge is based on observation and experience as a physician. We required scientific knowledge that would be acquired through minute observation and experimentation observation is nothing but perception with a definite purpose. It is finding out the fact to become …

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