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Carbon, the feeling of

InterHomeopathy - Wed, 30/09/2009 - 22:11
The author goes through all the prominent Carbon remedies and Silica to see how they are described throughout the Materia Medica with regard to the feeling of being ‘discarded’.
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Trituration Proving of the Light of Saturn

InterHomeopathy - Wed, 30/09/2009 - 22:08
The trituration proving reflected themes of Saturn that appear in myth and astrology. 
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Editorial September 2009

InterHomeopathy - Mon, 31/08/2009 - 22:17
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Ginkgo Biloba / a compulsive obsessive disorder case

InterHomeopathy - Mon, 31/08/2009 - 22:15
Yes could be No and No could be Yes in childhood How did I survive before?. Find out more while reading this case
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Hydrophis Cyanocinctus / a picture of overcompensation

InterHomeopathy - Mon, 31/08/2009 - 22:12
This is an account of two patients, two life histories that could not be more different from each other, yet tied together by themes of the remedy Hydrophis cyanocinctus. 
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Vulvar vestibulitis and the Labiata family

InterHomeopathy - Mon, 31/08/2009 - 22:09
The genitals are the focus of the case and what the patient experiences is a hyper-sensitivity. Louis Klein about the Labiatae family: “We see in the Labiatae an alternation between excitability and being numb from the world. Control, keeping self-control, trying to control others, but it is a kind of ‘silly’ control. Labia and vagina are the areas of pathology in this family.”
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Sorbus domesticus/ Lecitinum/ Aristolochia clematis in a one case

InterHomeopathy - Mon, 31/08/2009 - 22:06
Description of a case based on ‘theme analysis’ as presented in Plants, Scholten a.o. Themes seem to represend actual or longlasting disturbances, corresponding a predisposition or causa. In this case three succeeding remedies dissolve actual and life long problems.
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Causticum mystery

InterHomeopathy - Mon, 31/08/2009 - 22:03
Causticum is one of the most difficult homoeopathic remedies to prepare. It compels the pharmacist to heed the great master’s words ‘follow me, but follow me well’.  But what was Hahnemann trying to achieve in making it and what is Causticum’s real chemical identity? Using information from new provings, recent new materia medica of the elements and an analysis of its preparation, this article is an attempt to clarify these questions and reveal the mystery of Causticum. 
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