Flashcards in Homeopathy Deck (17):
What is the high and only mission of any practitioner according to Hahnemann?
The removal of all signs and symptoms, nothing more and nothing less is Hahnemann's definition of what?
According to homeopathy derangement of what causes symptomatic illness?
The total symptom picture of a pt used as clues to prescribing a remedy refers to what?
Totality of symptoms
What law is defined as a substance that provokes symptoms in a healthy person will remove those same symptoms in an unhealthy person?
Law of Similars
Administration of a remedy to a healthy person to determine what symptoms is provokes refers to what?
What is a remedy that corresponds to the totality of symptoms in a patient?
What process in homeopathy reduces an agent to a powder?
An infectious disease that occurs once in a person's lifetime refers to what in homeopathy?
What is akin to a genetic predisposition to develop a chronic disease in homeopathy?
List the 3 main miasms in homeopathy?
Which miasm is considered to be the origin of all disease (according to Hahnemann)?
What determines the extent to which the secondary symptoms of psora will manifest?
How are miasms passed on?
Infectious, from generation to generation
Knowledge of disease, Knowledge of medicinal powers, Selection of remedy, and Correct dose are 4 things a physician must know in order to do what?
What are the 4 things a physician must know in order to cure?
1. Knowledge of disease
2. Knowledge of medicinal powers
3. Selection of remedy
4. Correct dose