Classification of Chronic Disease in Homeopathy

Classification of Chronic Disease in Homeopathy

Chronic diseases are diseases that have a gradual and imperceptible beginning, unlimited lifelong suffering, no tendency to recovery, and have a tendency to continue to the next generation unless treated with dynamized homeopathic remedies. The difference between acute and chronic diseases is more than just the duration of illness. Dr. Clarke also remarks that Hahnemann …

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Classification of Diseases in Homeopathy

Hahnemann’s Classification of Diseases in Homeopathy

During the Hahnemann period, medical practice was in chaotic condition. To make more clear Hahnemann constituted the clinical classification of diseases. Hahnemann believed in the dynamic origin of the disease and could not accept the nosological classification of the diseases. He advocated direct and immediate observation of the patient as the individual, and disease for …

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What is Brousseauic/Brousseau method of treatment?

Brousseau’s physiological system is one of the examples of the violent, no sensual treatments practiced by the dominant medicinal school in the pure Hahnemannian and Hahnemannian times. This was introduced by a French physician called Brousseau. Initially, Brousseau fought against the senseless mixing of large quantities of different palliative medicines, but he introduced later the …

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