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Welcome to Calcutta in February 2018
200+ Live cases will be demonstrated in 2
weeks with Clinical & Comparative Materia
Medica, as below to develop your confidence
By
Dr. Subrata K. Banerjea,
GOLD MEDALIST
B.H.M.S. (Honours in Nine Subjects of Calcutta University)
Fellow: Society of Homoeopaths, U.K
Fellow: Homoeopathic Medical Association of the United Kingdom.
Fellow: Association of Natural Medicine, U.K
Fellow: Akademie Homoopathischer Deutscher Zentralverein, Germany.
Director: Bengal Allen Medical Institute
Principal: Allen College of Homoeopathy, Essex, England
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I like to share the courage with my fellow homoeopaths, so that they can confidently
prescribe the indicated acute medicine and handle the situation. Homoeopathy is not
complementary medicine but it is an Alternative medicine to the conventional chemicals
and we can do this by adopting proper methodology and thereby offering fast relief to
our patients during their acute suffering, as well.
My Clinical Prescribing tips are in the bold-italics below.
(1) ACIDITY (ACUTE): COMPARATIVE MATERIA MEDICA:-
(A) ACID SULPH:
i) AETIOLOGY:- (a) Alcohol+++ (long continued indulgence to wine / spirits
+++). (b) Dyspepsia.
ii) CHARACTER:- (a) Acid risings. (b) Sour eructation  sets teeth on
edge. (c) Water = coldness of stomach. (d) Aversion: smell of coffee;
desire: fresh food. (e) Nausea with chilliness. (f) Stools: Chopped, saffron
yellow colour, sour smelling.
iii) MODALITIES:- (a) Aggravation: < Touch, pressure. < Morning. < Drinking
cold water. < Wine & spirits. (b) Ameliorations: > Rest.
iv) CONCOMITANT AND ASSOCIATED SYMPTOMS:- (a) Debility. (b)
Impatient. (c) Hot flushes.
v) PRESCRIBING POINTS:- (a) Aetiology: Alcohol +++ (long continued
indulgence to wine / spirits +++). (b) Character: Sour eructation  sets
teeth on edge. Aversion: smell of coffee; desire: fresh food. (c)
Modalities: (i) Aggravation:- < Touch. (ii) Amelioration:- > Rest.
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(vi) POTENCY:- 30C, 200C.
(B) CINCHONA OFFICINALIS:
i) AETIOLOGY:- (a) Ill effects of tea +++. (b) Milk and milk products. (c)
Fruits. (d) Alcohol (Ref. Dr. Clarke). (e) Bad (spoiled) meat or fish. (f) Beer.
ii) CHARACTER:- (a) Belching of bitter fluid  regurgitation  No relief. (b)
Bitter taste+++. (c) Food tastes salty. (d) Nash’s trio of tympanitic and
flatulent medicines (affects whole abdomen). (e) Hungry (+++) without
appetite: eats  remains undigested  after a meal = Fullness of
stomach.
iii) MODALITIES:- (a) Aggravation: < Fruits; < after eating < light touch to
abdomen. < Smoking. (b) Ameliorations: Bloatedness > by movement. >
bending double. > Hard pressure.
iv) CONCOMITANT AND ASSOCIATED SYMPTOMS:- (a) Debility (b)
Depression. (c) Puffiness & oedema.
v) PRESCRIBING POINTS:- Aetiology: Ill effects of tea +++. Fruits.
Character: Bitter taste +++. Hungry (+++) without appetite: eats 
remains undigested  after a meal = Fullness of stomach. Modalities: (a)
Aggravation:- < Fruits. (b) Amelioration:- Bloatedness > by movement.
vi) POTENCY:- Q. (5 drops  in ½ cup of luke warm water  6-8 hourly
SOS x as & when necessary  stop soon improvement ensues), Also
6C & 30C.
(C) CORNUS FLORIDA:
i) AETIOLOGY:- (a) Abuse of quinine. (b) Malaria: N.B.W.S Acidity.
ii) CHARACTER:- (a) Distressing acidic heartburn. (b) Nausea  vomiting
 bilious diarrhoea. (c) Old cases of dyspepsia  Acid regurgitation
(+++). (d) Desire: Sour++, pickles, cakes. (e) Slow digestion. (f) Ineffectual
urging for stool.
iii) MODALITIES:- (a) Aggravation: < soon after eating.
iv) CONCOMITANT AND ASSOCIATED SYMPTOMS:- (a) Debility &
Drowsiness. (b) Neuralgic pain in arms. (c) Night sweats.
v) PRESCRIBING POINTS:- Aetiology: Abuse of quinine. Malaria: N.B.W.S.
Character: Distressing acidic heartburn. Old cases of dyspepsia  Acid
regurgitation (+++). Desire: Sour++.
vi) POTENCY:- Q. (5 drops  in ½ cup of luke warm water  6-8 hourly 
SOS  as & when necessary  stop soon improvement ensues), 30C.
(D) LACTIC ACID:
i) AETIOLOGY:- (a) Alcohol+++ (long continued indulgence to wine / spirits
+++). (b) Dyspepsia.
ii) CHARACTER:- (a) Copious salivation (+++). (b) Water-brush (++). (c)
Hunger (+++)  salivation (+++)  constant nausea (+++)  >> by eating.
(d) All edible substances  acidifies  hot & bitter eructation. (e)
Plug sensation in throat. (f) Burning: Mouth  to  stomach.
iii) MODALITIES:- (a) Aggravation: < smoking, Coffee. (b) Ameliorations: >
by eating. > by eructation.
iv) CONCOMITANT AND ASSOCIATED SYMPTOMS:- (a) Acute gastro-
enteritis. (b) Morning sickness. (c) Limbs feels chilly.
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v) PRESCRIBING POINTS:- Aetiology: Acidity with morning sickness &/or
diabetes. Character: Copious salivation (+++). Water-brush (++).
Hunger (+++)  salivation (+++)  constant nausea (+++)  >> by eating.
Plug sensation in throat. Burning: Mouth  to  stomach. Modalities:
(a) Aggravation:- < Smoking, Coffee. (b) Amelioration:- > by eating.
vi) POTENCY:- 6C, 30C.
(E) NATRUM PHOS:
i) AETIOLOGY:- (a) Sugar. (b) Milk. (c) Fat foods+++. (d) Bitter foods. (e)
Acidity in children fed with excess of milk and sugar.
ii) CHARACTER:- (a) Lump in throat  sour vomiting. (b) Yellow, creamy,
coating at the back part of tongue. (c) Desire: Strong tasting foods,
eggs, fried fish, beer. (d) Aversion: Bread & butter. (e) Goneness in
stomach & abdomen < after eating. (f) Colic with acidity.
iii) MODALITIES:- (a) Aggravation: << Fat food. < after eating. (b)
Ameliorations: > from beer.
iv) CONCOMITANT AND ASSOCIATED SYMPTOMS:- (a) Colic. (b) Greenish
diarrhoea. (c) Hives.
v) PRESCRIBING POINTS:- Aetiology: Fat foods +++. Acidity in children fed
with excess of milk and sugar. Character: Lump in throat sour vomiting.
Desire: Strong tasting foods, eggs. Aversion: Bread & butter. Colic with
acidity. Modalities: (a) Aggravation:- << Fat food. (b) Amelioration:- > from
beer.
vi) POTENCY:- 6x tablets (Bio-chemic tissue salts: 3-4 tablets – in ¼ cup of
luke warm water  6-8 hourly  SOS  as & when necessary  stop
soon improvement ensues), 30C.
(F) ROBINIA:
i) AETIOLOGY:- (a) Excess of starch. (b) Acidity of children. (c) From fat &
flatulent foods e.g. Cabbage, turnip, raw fruits etc.
ii) CHARACTER:- (a) Associated with frontal headache (+++). (b) Acrid
(+++) eructation. (c) Acrid & greenish vomiting  colic  flatulence 
burning pains in stomach  constipation. (d) Sour (+++) eructation 
vomiting of sour (+++) fluid. (e) Distension (+++) of stomach  flatulent
colic.
iii) MODALITIES:- (a) Aggravation: < lying down (Ref. Dr. Clarke). < Fat,
gravies (curries), flatulent food, < cabbage, raw fruits, ice cream. (b)
Ameliorations: > by passing flatus.
iv) CONCOMITANT AND ASSOCIATED SYMPTOMS:- (a) Frontal headache.
(b) Sour stool & sour perspiration. (c) Colic.
v) PRESCRIBING POINTS:- Aetiology: From fat & flatulent foods e.g.,
Cabbage, turnip, raw fruit etc. Character: Associated with frontal
headache (+++). Acrid (+++) eructation. Sour (+++) eructation  vomiting
of sour (+++) fluid. Distension (+++) of stomach flatulent colic.
Modalities: (a) Aggravation:- < Fat, gravies, flatulent food, < cabbage, raw
fruit, ice cream. (b) Amelioration:- > by passing flatus.
vi) POTENCY:- Q. (5 drops  in ½ cup of luke warm water  6-8 hourly 
SOS  as & when necessary  stop soon improvement ensues), 6C.
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CLINICAL TIPS:
Atropin 3x Trituration: Hyperacidity; pyrosis. 1/4th tsf (tea-spoon) in half cup of luke
warm water X 8 hourly X S.O.S.
Orexine tannate Q; Hyperacidity; deficient and slow digestion. 10 drops  Twice daily
 S.O.S.
(2) ASTHMA-ACUTE EXACERBATIONS- STATUS ASTHMATICUS:
BRONCHO-SPASM- CLINICAL MATERIA MEDICA:-
(A) AMBROSIA:
i) CHARACTER:- Watery coryza, sneezing, watery discharge. Respiratory
tract in its entire length stopped up (stuffed up +++). Irritation of
trachea and bronchial tubes, with asthmatic attacks, wheezy cough.
ii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C.
(B) AMYL. NITROSUM:
i) CHARACTER:- Dyspnoea and asthmatic feelings. Great oppression and
fullness of chest; spasmodic, suffocative cough. Precordial anxiety.
Tumultuous action of heart. Pain and constriction around heart.
Fluttering at slightest excitement. Asthmatic feeling in larynx and
trachea with desire to eructate.
ii) MODALITIES:- Agg. warm room. Amel. open air (must have fresh air).
iii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C.
(C) ANTIM ARSENICOSUM:
i) CHARACTER:- Found useful in emphysema with excessive dyspnoea
and cough, much mucous secretion. Cardiac asthma, sense of
weakness. A lung tonic.
ii) MODALITIES:- Agg. eating; lying down.
iii) POTENCY:- 3x Trit., 6C.
(D) ARALIA RACEMOSA:
i) CHARACTER:- Asthma with wheezing. Inspiration is difficult. Right
lung: affected. A foreign-body sensation. Wheezing in throat.
Constriction in chest and throat with a sensation of foreign body in the
throat. Inspiration is difficult than expiration. Expectoration is salty
and hot.
ii) MODALITIES:- Agg. At 2 A.M. Lying agg. < after lying,.
iii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C, 30C.
(E) ASPIDOSPERMA:
i) CHARACTER:- Want of breath during exertion is the guiding
symptom. Useful in Cardiac asthma. It is the Digitalis of the lungs :
broncho-dilatation.
ii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C, 30C.
(F) BLATTA OCCIDENTALIS:
i) CHARACTER:- Doctrine of Signature: Cockroach lives in cracks and
crevices; in damp shady places, therefore it is a wonderful medicine for
Asthma for people who lives or works in damp basements, cellars,
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etc.; damp dwelling. Aggravation from damp and rainy weather.
Asthma with bronchitis, especially indicated after Arsenic when this is
insufficient. Acts best, in stout, or corpulent persons. Seems to act better
on patients who have a tendency to obesity. Much pus like mucus.
ii) MODALITIES:- Aggravation: Damp, wet rainy weather; change of
weather.
iii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C, 30C.
(G) CALC. OVORUM / OVI GALLINAE PELLICULA:
i) CHARACTER:- Egg Vaccine for Asthma. Asthma due to susceptibility
of the protein substance in eggs. Associated symptoms: backache (as
if broken into two).
iii) POTENCY:- 6x Trit.
(H) CASSIA SOPHERA (SENNE SOPHERA) (KALKASUNDE):
i) CHARACTER:- Asthma of the patient suffering from skin disease.
Skin disease (like dandruff, eczema, itching, ringworm etc.) are
associated with bronchial troubles. More the cough (in asthmatic
patients) and more it is a painful and distressing cough, better it is
indicated. Asthmatic symptoms with rattling of mucus in the throat but
not much expulsion. Concomitant symptom for this medicine is pain in
joints.
ii) MODALITIES:- Aggravates during rainy and winter season. Agg. later
part of the evening and past and mid-night, towards early morning.
Asthmatic breathing < night and lying down, cough agg. morning,
warmth. Amel. by sitting up. amel. bending forward.
iii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C, 30C.
(I) DIOSCOREA VILLOSA:
i) CHARACTER:- Chest does not seem to expand on breathing, short
winded.
ii) MODALITIES:- Agg. early morning, 2 a.m. Amel. open air.
iii) POTENCY:- Q
(J) DULCAMARA:
i) CHARACTER:- Allergic bronchospasm from cat’s hair. Winter
coughs, teasing. Asthma with dyspnoea. Loose, rattling cough; worse wet
weather. Must cough a long time to expel phlegm. Cough after physical
exertion.
ii) MODALITIES:- Agg. at night; from cold in general, damp, rainy weather.
Amel. from moving about, external warmth.
iii) POTENCY:- Q, 12C, 30C, 200C.
(K) ERIODICTYON:
i) CHARACTER:- Bronchitis followed by tubercular chough. Profuse
nocturnal sweat and spasm > by expectoration. Cough after influenza.
Past history of recurrent pneumonia, recurrent bronchitis  lung
vitality weak  Easily catches cold  Asthma. Lots of mucus 
Rattling.
ii) MODALITIES:- Agg. Afternoon. Amel. from expectoration.
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iii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C, 30C.
(L) EUCALYPTUS:
i) CHARACTER:- Dr. Kim says that “Eucalyptus” oil in drop doses given in
a tablespoon of water relieves bronchial asthma in the night. Asthma,
with great dyspnoea and palpitation. Moist asthma. Expectoration
white, thick mucus. Bronchitis in the aged. Bronchorrhoea. Profuse
expectoration of offensive muco-pus.
ii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C, 30C.
(M) ICHTHYOLUM:
i) CHARACTER:- Winter cough  Dry teasing cough  Asthma in old
people. Bronchiectasis and phthisis. Bronchitis, especially of the aged.
ii) POTENCY:- 6x Trit., 30C
(N) JUSTICIA ADHATODA (VASAKA):
i) CHARACTER:- Whooping cough like asthmatic attacks. Tightness
across chest. Cough with sneezing. Paroxysmal cough with suffocative
obstruction of respiration.
ii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C; 30C.
(O) KALIUM NITRICUM:
i) CHARACTER:- Valuable in cardiac asthma, with excessive dyspnoea,
dropsical condition of the whole body > drinking sips of water. Asthma,
with excessive dyspnoea, nausea, dull stitches, and burning in chest.
Dyspnoea so great that breath cannot be held long enough to
drink, though thirsty. Chest feels constricted. Oppression worse in
morning. Sour-smelling expectoration. Expectoration of clotted blood,
after hawking mucus.
ii) MODALITIES:- Agg. wine, draft of air 3 a.m., lying with head low, motion.
Amel. lying down, lying on right side, drinking sips of water.
iii) POTENCY:- 6x Trit., 30C.
(P) LINUM USI:
i) CHARACTER:- Severe allergic asthma. Intense irritation in the nose
and eyes.
ii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C, 30C.
(Q) LOBELIA INFLATA:
i) CHARACTER:- Dyspnoea from constriction of chest. Asthma; attacks,
with weakness, felt in pit of stomach and preceded by prickling all
over. Lobelia syphilitica. Great oppression in lower part of chest, as if air
could not reach there. Pain in chest under short ribs of left side. Every
rapid movement = dyspnoea and suffocation. Going up or down
stairs.
ii) MODALITIES:- Agg. dyspnoea; evening and night. Symptoms generally >
afternoon, Amel. by rapid walking.
iii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C, 30C.
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(R) LUFFA OPERCULATA:
i) CHARACTER:- With allergic rhinitis, frontal (6x potency) headaches <
stuffy room, nose blocked, frequent spasmodic sneezing < cold;
mornings, itching of the nose. Watery discharge wheezing with
coarse rales and basal ronchi. Spasmodic cough with scanty sputum
< dust; fog; cold breeze > heat, covering the head.
ii) POTENCY:- 6x Trit., 6C, 30C.
(S) OCIMUM SANCTUM (TULSI):
i) CHARACTER:- Asthmatic attack, wheezing and rattling sound is felt
in the chest (very useful in asthma of infants and children).
Forgetfulness is a special keynote symptom of this drug; the patient
forgets to perform his usual duties, and commits mistakes in talking. It
is more especially indicated if diarrhoea and cough and cold be present
with fever.
ii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C; 30C.
(T) PASSIFLORA INCARNATA:
i) CHARACTER:- Asthma, atonicity & insomnia is the triad of
selecting this medicine. An efficient anti-spasmodic.
ii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C; 30C.
(U) POTHOS FOETIDUS:
i) CHARACTER:- For asthmatic complaints, which is caused and are made
worse from inhaling any dust. Difficult, troublesome respiration;
oppression with perspiration. Anguish with oppression. Allergic
broncho-spasm from dust; fur; dog fur/ hairs etc. Not much mucus.
Allergic wheeze.
ii) MODALITIES:- Agg. From dust; Amel. open air. Asthmatic symptoms are
better by passing stool.
iii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C, 30C.
(V) PULMO VULPIS:
i) CHARACTER:- Persistent shortness of breath. Asthma : better sitting up,
bending forward. Shortness of breath < by slightest motion.
ii) POTENCY:- 3x Trit., 30C.
(W) SAMBUCUS NIGRA:
i) CHARACTER:- Humid asthma. Chronic asthma having attacks of
suffocation and breathing through the mouth. The relief was followed by
a profuse flow of urine which carried off a large amount of dropsical
effusion in legs and abdomen. Asthmatic cough associated with
profuse perspiration. Suffocative cough, coming on about midnight,
with crying and dyspnoea. Cannot expire, attack passes off-then
repeated again.
ii) MODALITIES:- Agg. from sleep, during rest, after eating fruit, lying
down, motion, uncovering, dry cold air, after midnight (cough
aggravates). Amel. sitting up in bed, motion.
iii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C, 30C.
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(X) SENEGA:
i) CHARACTER:- Great soreness of walls of chest < during repose. Great
accumulation of mucus, rattling, wheezing, difficult breathing. Asthma:
Oppressed on ascending; Old asthmatics with congestive attacks;
Difficulty in raising tough profuse mucus, especially in the aged.
Cough: Dry & hacking; Chest: Sore; Oppression from accumulation of
clear mucus, difficult to expel. Weight & pressure as if lungs were
forced back to spine. Burning, rattling & wheezing in chest.
ii) MODALITIES:- Aggravation night, during rest. Aggravation in open air.
iii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C, 30C.
(Y) SOLIDAGO VIRGA:
i) CHARACTER:- It's an expectorant. Periodical asthma with nightly
dysuria. Asthmatic symptoms with kidney complaints. Expectoration:
Profuse, Blood tinged.
ii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C, 30C.
(Z) TELA ARANEARUM:
i) CHARACTER:- Dry asthma, harassing coughs. Symptoms come on
suddenly with cool, clammy skin. Numbness of hands and legs when
at rest. Continued chilliness. Nervous asthma and sleeplessness.
ii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C.
(3) ) ACUTE OSTEO-ARTHRITIS (LESSER KNOWNS):
CLINICAL MATERIA MEDICA:-
(A) ACTEA SPICATA:-
i) LOCATION:- Suppressed eruptions.
ii) CHARACTER OF PAIN:- (i) Pains in small joints of wrist, fingers,
ankles, toes: tearing & tingling in type. (ii) Swelling of joints from
slight fatigue. (iii) Wrist: swollen, red.
iii) MODALITIES:- (i) Worse any motion. (ii) Pain worse from touch &
motion.
iv) PRESCRIBING TIPS:- Character of Pain: Swelling of joints from slight
fatigue.
v) POTENCY:- (i) 6C. (ii) 30C.
(B) BENZOIC ACID:-
i) LOCATION:- (i) Small joints. (ii) Knees.
ii) CHARACTER OF PAIN:- (i) Cracking of joints. (ii) Zigzag changing of
pains. (iii) Nodes and ganglion of wrist. (iv) Bunion of great toe. (v)
Rheumatic pains and gout: nodes painful (+++). (vi) Swelling of
wrist, knees, small joints. Cracking of joints. Zigzag changing of pains.
Bunion of great toe. Cracking of joints. Nodes and ganglion of wrist,
painful (+++). It has the capability of bringing the Uric Acid level
down (use tincture: 10 drops....3 times daily for 6--8 weeks).
iii) MODALITIES:- ((i) Aggravation: < motion. (ii) < open air; < night. (iii) > by
heat.
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iv) PRESCRIBING TIPS:- Character of Pain: (i) Cracking of joints. (ii) Zigzag
changing of pains. (iii) Nodes and ganglion of wrist.
v) POTENCY:- (i) 1x liquid. (ii) 6C. (iii) 30C.
(C) CALCAREA FLUORICA:
i) CHARACTER:- Pain lower back, with burning. Degenerative
osteoarthritis. Chronic lumbago.
ii) MODALITIES:- Agg. first motion; rest, change of weather; new moon &
full moon, damp weather. Amel. continued motion; from heat; rubbing.
iii) POTENCY:- 6x Tabs.; 200C.
(D) COLCHICINE:
i) CHARACTER:- Convulsive jerking of right hand; rheumatic fever, gout,
endo and pericarditis, pleurisy, arthritis deformans in early stages;
intense pain of rheumatism.
ii) POTENCY:- 3x Trit.
(E) COTYLEDON UMBILICUS:
i) CHARACTER:- Aching in joints. Skin sensitive, rubbing of trousers
causes an acute sting. Legs and arms feel heavy and sore. Sciatica, with
aching in back and thighs. Lack of control of joint. Stagger as if drunk.
Climacteric troubles. Breathing, chest oppressed with choking fullness
in throat.
ii) MODALITIES:-Agg. morning, evening.
iii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C
(F) CAULOPHYLLUM:-
(1) LOCATION:- (i) Small joints. (ii) Fingers: stiff (+++). (iii) Lumbago.
(2) CHARACTER OF PAIN:- (i) Small Joints : aching. (ii) Small Joints:
erratic pain. (iii) Small joints: stiffness. (iv) Intermittent pain. (v)
Paroxysmal pain. (vi) Spasmodic pain. (vii) Cutting pain on closing the
hands. (viii) Internal trembling with weakness (++) (Ref. Nash).
(3) MODALITIES:- Aggravation: < night.
(4) PRESCRIBING TIPS:- Character of Pain: (i) Small Joints: Erratic pain. (ii)
Small joints: Stiffness. (iii) Intermittent pain. (iv) Paroxysmal pain.
(5) POTENCY:- (i) Q. (ii) 30C.
(G) EUCALYPTUS:
i) CHARACTER:- Nodular swellings over metacarpal and metatarsal joints.
Stiff, weary sensation. Pricking sensation, followed by painful aching.
Rheumatic pains; worse at night, walking or carrying anything.
ii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C, 30C
(H) EUPATORIUM PERFOLIATUM:
i) CHARACTER:- Periodicity is marked. Excessive soreness run through
the remedy. Undue sleepiness & yawning. Pains: aching & sore.
Bone pains of all descriptions. Chilliness predominates.
ii) MODALITIES:- Agg. periodically, open air. Amel. warmth.
iii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C, 30C
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(I) FRANCISCEA UNIFLORA:
i) CHARACTER:- Rheumatic pains in lower extremities. Anti-Syphilitic
remedy Notable rise of uric acid. Chronic stiffness of the muscles.
It has the capability of bringing the Uric Acid level down (use
tincture: 10 drops....3 times daily for 6--8 weeks).
Amel. by sweating.
ii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C, 30C
(J) GAULTHERIA:
i) CHARACTER:- Inflammatory rheumatism + Nervous depression +
Gastralgia. Uncontrollable appetite, notwithstanding irritable
stomach.
ii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C, 30C
(K) GETTYSBURG WATER:
i) CHARACTER:- Great rigidity of neck, back, shoulder & wrist.
Excessive weakness of joints. Totally relieved when quiet, rigidity on
movement, yet cannot remain long in one position. Rawness. Neck
muscles rigid. Joints weak. Cannot lift things. Ligaments rigid. Sub-
acute gouty state. Of use in sub-acute and chronic rheumatism.
ii) MODALITIES:- Agg. Stiffness of muscles on moving. Amel. rest (ligaments
and stiffness of muscles).
iii) POTENCY:- 3x Trit, 6C, 30C
(L) GINSENG:-
i) LOCATION:- Lumbago (almost specific: Ref. Clarke).
ii) CHARACTER OF PAIN:- (i) Great & specific in lumbago, sciatica chronic
rheumatism with bruised pain. (ii) Stiff & contracted joints, with
cracking sounds. (iii) Excessive heaviness of lower limbs. (iv) Sexual
excitement & frequent desire to urinate are constant concomitants.
iii) MODALITIES:- (i) Nightly digging in right lower limb & toes. (ii) < open
air. (iii) Night, bending and turning; descending stairs; sitting.
iv) PRESCRIBING TIPS:- Character of Pain: (i) Great & specific in lumbago,
sciatica chronic rheumatism with bruised pain. (ii) Stiff & contracted
joints, with cracking sounds. (iii) Sexual excitement & frequent desire
to urinate are constant concomitants.
v) POTENCY:- (i) Q. (ii) 30C.
(M) GUAIACUM:
i) CHARACTER:- Valuable in acute rheumatism, stiff neck & pain in
shoulders, intolerant of pressure. Contraction of limb, stiffness and
immobility. A feeling of heat in affected limbs; sensitiveness and < local
heat.
ii) MODALITIES:- Agg. from motion, heat, cold wet weather; pressure,
touch, from 6 p.m. to 4 a.m. Amel. external pressure.
iii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C, 30C
(N) HELONIAS:
i) CHARACTER:- Nervously run-down, tired, back-achy females.
Irritability, gloomy & extreme depression are characteristic(ref: Dr
FILE : E:NEWSLETTER—NOV 2017-ACUTE PRESCRIBING.DOC
11
Clarke). Heaviness in back but have to be occupied. Languor &
prostration. Enervated by Indolence & luxury.
ii) MODALITIES:- Agg. motion, touch. Amel. when doing something (mental
diversion).
iii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C, 30C
(O) JACARANDA CAROBA:
i) CHARACTER:- Rheumatism due to suppressed gonorrhoea. Rheumatic
pain in right knee disappearing on motion. Weakness of back.
Muscular rheumatism, soreness and stiffness of muscles in the morning.
ii) MODALITIES:- Agg. night.
iii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C, 30C
(P) KALI IOD.:-
i) LOCATION:- (i) Acts prominently on fibrous & connective tissues. (ii)
Knees. (iii) Back. (iv) Bone pains.
ii) CHARACTER OF PAIN:- (i) Rheumatism of knees with effusion. (ii)
Diffused sensitiveness over joints. (iii) Oedema and effusion with
rheumatism. (iv) Inability to lie on affected side in sciatica, must get up &
move at night. (v) Contraction of joints.
Degenerative osteo-arthritis of knee joint with effusion- a fantastic
medicine.
iii) MODALITIES:- (i) Knee-pains < night, cold & damp. (iii) < Warm room.
(iv) Better: > motion; open air.
iv) PRESCRIBING TIPS:- Character of Pain: (i) Diffused sensitiveness over
joints. (ii) Oedema and effusion with rheumatism. (iii) Knee-pains <
night, cold & damp.
v) POTENCY:- 30C.
(Q) LITHIUM CARBONICA:
i) CHARACTER:- Leading key note: Soreness. Hot water ameliorates.
Intractable rheumatism connected with heart-lesions. Trembling,
fluttering and throbbing in heart.
ii) MODALITIES:- Moving about ameliorates. Cardiac symptoms amel. by
urinating; agg. from bending forward. A pressing sensation from
within outward Keynote. Rheumatic soreness in cardiac region. Agg. in
morning, right side; night. Amel. pressure. Amel. rising and moving
about.
iii) POTENCY:- 3x Trit.
(R) OLEUM JECORIS ASELLI:
i) CHARACTER:- Joint-movements restricted; rigid muscles and tendons.
Chilly & feverish at night with burning palms. Marked atrophy of the
affected limbs in Sciatica, rheumatism, etc.
ii) MODALITIES:- Agg. touch, motion. Draft of air. Exposure to cold, damp.
Amel. pressure.
iii) POTENCY:- 3x Trit, 6C, 30C.
FILE : E:NEWSLETTER—NOV 2017-ACUTE PRESCRIBING.DOC
12
(S) PIPER METHYSTICUM:
i) CHARACTER:- Hands feel paralysed. Sensation: Arthritis deformans.
Burning.
ii) MODALITIES:- Agg. diversion of attention. Excitement. Even changing
position, at night in bed. Amel. movement.
iii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C, 30C.
(T) RHAMNUS CALIFORNICA:-
i) LOCATION:- Inflammatory rheumatism of joints (+++): to reduce the
redness (Rubor), heat (Calor), pain (Dolor) and swelling (Tumor).
ii) CHARACTER OF PAIN:- (i) Rheumatism with inflammatory swellings. (ii)
Migratory pains. (iii) Notable remedy for myalgias. (iv) Unable to control
muscular action. (v) A-drunken-man: gait (Ref. Dr. N. K. Banerjee). (vi)
Rheumatic heart.
iii) MODALITIES:- < evening.
iv) PRESCRIBING TIPS:- Character of Pain: (i) Rheumatism with
inflammatory swellings. (ii) Migratory pains.
v) POTENCY:- (i) Q. (ii) 30C.
(U) SLAG:
i) CHARACTER:- Blas iron furnace cinder. Anal itching, piles and
constipation. Housemaid’s knee.
ii) MODALITIES:- Agg. going up stairs.
iii) POTENCY:- 6x Trit.
(V) STELLARIA MEDIA:
i) CHARACTER:- Sharp shifting pains. Stiffness of joints. Synovitis with
bruised feeling. Parts sore to touch.
ii) MODALITIES:- Agg. mornings, warmth, tobacco. Amel. evenings, cold air,
motion.
iii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C, 30C
(W) TRIFOLIUM PRATENSE:
i) CHARACTER:- Neck stiff; cramp in sterno-cleido muscles. Cramps in
sterno-cleido muscle. Congestion of glands. Stiffness, relieved by heat
& rubbing. Cancerous diathesis.
ii) MODALITIES:- Agg. stuffy, close room after sleep. Amel. by heat and
rubbing (massage), open air.
iii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C, 30C
(X) URTICA URENS:
i) CHARACTER:- Gout. Deltoid rheumatism. Symptoms return at the
same time every year. Rheumatism associated with urticaria.
It has the capability of bringing the Uric Acid level down (use
tincture: 10 drops....3 times daily for 6--8 weeks).
ii) MODALITIES:- Agg. from snow-air, water, cool moist air, touch; lying on
painful side.
iii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C, 30C
(Y) VIOLA ODORATA:
FILE : E:NEWSLETTER—NOV 2017-ACUTE PRESCRIBING.DOC
13
i) CHARACTER:- Rheumatism of the upper parts. Mainly right side.
Rheumatism of the deltoid. Trembling of limbs. Pressing pain in
right carpal & metacarpal joints.
ii) MODALITIES:- Agg. cool air, dull weight weather. Amel. after rising in
morning.
iii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C, 30C
CLINICAL TIPS: LOCATION OF PAIN AND CORRESPONDING MEDICINES:
1) Ankle:- Cyclamen (30C); Manganum Acet (30C); Propylamin (Q, 6C).
2) Back:- Calcarea Fluorica (6x Tabs.); Castanea Vesca (Q, 6C; 30C); Cotyledon
umbilicus (Q); Cobalt (1M); Ginseng (Q., 6C); Gettysburg Water (3x Trit.);
Gnaphal (1M); Helon (Q, 30C); Jacaranda Caroba (Q); Pimpinella (30C);
Piperazinum (6x Trit.).
3) Inflammatory swelling:- Gaultheria (Q, 6C); Rhamnus Calif. (Q., 6C).
4) Knee:- Angustura (6C, 30C); Benz Ac (6C, 30C); Jacaranda Caroba (Q, 6C);
Kali Iod. (30C); Slag (6x Trit.).
5) Neck:- Cyclamen (30C); Gettysburg Water (3x Trit.); Guaiacum (Q, 6C);
Macrotin (3x trit, 30C); Pimpinella (30C); Trifolium Pratense (Q, 6C).
6) Small Joints:- Actea Spicata (6C, 30C); Benzoicum Acid (Q, 6C, 30C);
Caulophyllum (Q, 30C); Hedeoma (6C, 30C); Viola Odorata (6C, 30C).
7) Uric Acid (to bring the level down):- Benzoic Acid [1 x (liquid), 6C]; Berb Vulg
(Q.); Urtica urens (Q.); Franciscea (Q.); Hedeoma (6C).
6 good reasons to join the
Calcutta Clinical Programme
22nd February (Thursday) to 9th March (Friday) 2018
1) To watch Homoeopathy in action and develop your confidence. Visit few rural
clinics to observe advanced pathologies. (80+ hours of CPD and Clinical hour's
certificate).
2) To demonstrate how Simple Homoeopathy works. The non confusing, time
tested methodology of combining Miasm and Totality.
3) Practical demonstration of methodology and how Homoeopathy works in
Allopathic drug dependent cases. Our prescribing:
http://homoeopathy-course.com/index.php/about-us/our-prescribing
4) Lots of follow-up of Live cases are arranged to boost your confidence.
5) Develop your Acute prescribing and Comparative Materia Medica skills through
200+ live cases in 2 weeks.
6) Purchase Homoeopathic medicines while in India in a very reasonable price
and the savings thereof will pay for your trip.
Programme Prospectus:
FILE : E:NEWSLETTER—NOV 2017-ACUTE PRESCRIBING.DOC
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http://www.homoeopathy-course.com/index.php/training-courses/india-
homoeopathy-training
Video of 10 Good Reasons to go to Calcutta:
http://www.homoeopathy-course.com/index.php/video-library
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November-2017 - NEWSLETTER - ACUTE PRESCRIBING - CLINICAL & COMP. MAT. MEDICA.doc

  • 1. FILE : E:NEWSLETTER—NOV 2017-ACUTE PRESCRIBING.DOC 1 Welcome to Calcutta in February 2018 200+ Live cases will be demonstrated in 2 weeks with Clinical & Comparative Materia Medica, as below to develop your confidence By Dr. Subrata K. Banerjea, GOLD MEDALIST B.H.M.S. (Honours in Nine Subjects of Calcutta University) Fellow: Society of Homoeopaths, U.K Fellow: Homoeopathic Medical Association of the United Kingdom. Fellow: Association of Natural Medicine, U.K Fellow: Akademie Homoopathischer Deutscher Zentralverein, Germany. Director: Bengal Allen Medical Institute Principal: Allen College of Homoeopathy, Essex, England “ SAPIENS” , 382, BAD D OW R OAD , G R EAT BAD D OW, CHELMSFOR D , ESSEX CM2 9R A, ENG LAND T el & Fax No . 44 (0) 1245 505859 E. Mail No . allenco llege@btco nnect.co m Website: www.ho mo eo pathy - co urse.co m I like to share the courage with my fellow homoeopaths, so that they can confidently prescribe the indicated acute medicine and handle the situation. Homoeopathy is not complementary medicine but it is an Alternative medicine to the conventional chemicals and we can do this by adopting proper methodology and thereby offering fast relief to our patients during their acute suffering, as well. My Clinical Prescribing tips are in the bold-italics below. (1) ACIDITY (ACUTE): COMPARATIVE MATERIA MEDICA:- (A) ACID SULPH: i) AETIOLOGY:- (a) Alcohol+++ (long continued indulgence to wine / spirits +++). (b) Dyspepsia. ii) CHARACTER:- (a) Acid risings. (b) Sour eructation  sets teeth on edge. (c) Water = coldness of stomach. (d) Aversion: smell of coffee; desire: fresh food. (e) Nausea with chilliness. (f) Stools: Chopped, saffron yellow colour, sour smelling. iii) MODALITIES:- (a) Aggravation: < Touch, pressure. < Morning. < Drinking cold water. < Wine & spirits. (b) Ameliorations: > Rest. iv) CONCOMITANT AND ASSOCIATED SYMPTOMS:- (a) Debility. (b) Impatient. (c) Hot flushes. v) PRESCRIBING POINTS:- (a) Aetiology: Alcohol +++ (long continued indulgence to wine / spirits +++). (b) Character: Sour eructation  sets teeth on edge. Aversion: smell of coffee; desire: fresh food. (c) Modalities: (i) Aggravation:- < Touch. (ii) Amelioration:- > Rest.
  • 2. FILE : E:NEWSLETTER—NOV 2017-ACUTE PRESCRIBING.DOC 2 (vi) POTENCY:- 30C, 200C. (B) CINCHONA OFFICINALIS: i) AETIOLOGY:- (a) Ill effects of tea +++. (b) Milk and milk products. (c) Fruits. (d) Alcohol (Ref. Dr. Clarke). (e) Bad (spoiled) meat or fish. (f) Beer. ii) CHARACTER:- (a) Belching of bitter fluid  regurgitation  No relief. (b) Bitter taste+++. (c) Food tastes salty. (d) Nash’s trio of tympanitic and flatulent medicines (affects whole abdomen). (e) Hungry (+++) without appetite: eats  remains undigested  after a meal = Fullness of stomach. iii) MODALITIES:- (a) Aggravation: < Fruits; < after eating < light touch to abdomen. < Smoking. (b) Ameliorations: Bloatedness > by movement. > bending double. > Hard pressure. iv) CONCOMITANT AND ASSOCIATED SYMPTOMS:- (a) Debility (b) Depression. (c) Puffiness & oedema. v) PRESCRIBING POINTS:- Aetiology: Ill effects of tea +++. Fruits. Character: Bitter taste +++. Hungry (+++) without appetite: eats  remains undigested  after a meal = Fullness of stomach. Modalities: (a) Aggravation:- < Fruits. (b) Amelioration:- Bloatedness > by movement. vi) POTENCY:- Q. (5 drops  in ½ cup of luke warm water  6-8 hourly SOS x as & when necessary  stop soon improvement ensues), Also 6C & 30C. (C) CORNUS FLORIDA: i) AETIOLOGY:- (a) Abuse of quinine. (b) Malaria: N.B.W.S Acidity. ii) CHARACTER:- (a) Distressing acidic heartburn. (b) Nausea  vomiting  bilious diarrhoea. (c) Old cases of dyspepsia  Acid regurgitation (+++). (d) Desire: Sour++, pickles, cakes. (e) Slow digestion. (f) Ineffectual urging for stool. iii) MODALITIES:- (a) Aggravation: < soon after eating. iv) CONCOMITANT AND ASSOCIATED SYMPTOMS:- (a) Debility & Drowsiness. (b) Neuralgic pain in arms. (c) Night sweats. v) PRESCRIBING POINTS:- Aetiology: Abuse of quinine. Malaria: N.B.W.S. Character: Distressing acidic heartburn. Old cases of dyspepsia  Acid regurgitation (+++). Desire: Sour++. vi) POTENCY:- Q. (5 drops  in ½ cup of luke warm water  6-8 hourly  SOS  as & when necessary  stop soon improvement ensues), 30C. (D) LACTIC ACID: i) AETIOLOGY:- (a) Alcohol+++ (long continued indulgence to wine / spirits +++). (b) Dyspepsia. ii) CHARACTER:- (a) Copious salivation (+++). (b) Water-brush (++). (c) Hunger (+++)  salivation (+++)  constant nausea (+++)  >> by eating. (d) All edible substances  acidifies  hot & bitter eructation. (e) Plug sensation in throat. (f) Burning: Mouth  to  stomach. iii) MODALITIES:- (a) Aggravation: < smoking, Coffee. (b) Ameliorations: > by eating. > by eructation. iv) CONCOMITANT AND ASSOCIATED SYMPTOMS:- (a) Acute gastro- enteritis. (b) Morning sickness. (c) Limbs feels chilly.
  • 3. FILE : E:NEWSLETTER—NOV 2017-ACUTE PRESCRIBING.DOC 3 v) PRESCRIBING POINTS:- Aetiology: Acidity with morning sickness &/or diabetes. Character: Copious salivation (+++). Water-brush (++). Hunger (+++)  salivation (+++)  constant nausea (+++)  >> by eating. Plug sensation in throat. Burning: Mouth  to  stomach. Modalities: (a) Aggravation:- < Smoking, Coffee. (b) Amelioration:- > by eating. vi) POTENCY:- 6C, 30C. (E) NATRUM PHOS: i) AETIOLOGY:- (a) Sugar. (b) Milk. (c) Fat foods+++. (d) Bitter foods. (e) Acidity in children fed with excess of milk and sugar. ii) CHARACTER:- (a) Lump in throat  sour vomiting. (b) Yellow, creamy, coating at the back part of tongue. (c) Desire: Strong tasting foods, eggs, fried fish, beer. (d) Aversion: Bread & butter. (e) Goneness in stomach & abdomen < after eating. (f) Colic with acidity. iii) MODALITIES:- (a) Aggravation: << Fat food. < after eating. (b) Ameliorations: > from beer. iv) CONCOMITANT AND ASSOCIATED SYMPTOMS:- (a) Colic. (b) Greenish diarrhoea. (c) Hives. v) PRESCRIBING POINTS:- Aetiology: Fat foods +++. Acidity in children fed with excess of milk and sugar. Character: Lump in throat sour vomiting. Desire: Strong tasting foods, eggs. Aversion: Bread & butter. Colic with acidity. Modalities: (a) Aggravation:- << Fat food. (b) Amelioration:- > from beer. vi) POTENCY:- 6x tablets (Bio-chemic tissue salts: 3-4 tablets – in ¼ cup of luke warm water  6-8 hourly  SOS  as & when necessary  stop soon improvement ensues), 30C. (F) ROBINIA: i) AETIOLOGY:- (a) Excess of starch. (b) Acidity of children. (c) From fat & flatulent foods e.g. Cabbage, turnip, raw fruits etc. ii) CHARACTER:- (a) Associated with frontal headache (+++). (b) Acrid (+++) eructation. (c) Acrid & greenish vomiting  colic  flatulence  burning pains in stomach  constipation. (d) Sour (+++) eructation  vomiting of sour (+++) fluid. (e) Distension (+++) of stomach  flatulent colic. iii) MODALITIES:- (a) Aggravation: < lying down (Ref. Dr. Clarke). < Fat, gravies (curries), flatulent food, < cabbage, raw fruits, ice cream. (b) Ameliorations: > by passing flatus. iv) CONCOMITANT AND ASSOCIATED SYMPTOMS:- (a) Frontal headache. (b) Sour stool & sour perspiration. (c) Colic. v) PRESCRIBING POINTS:- Aetiology: From fat & flatulent foods e.g., Cabbage, turnip, raw fruit etc. Character: Associated with frontal headache (+++). Acrid (+++) eructation. Sour (+++) eructation  vomiting of sour (+++) fluid. Distension (+++) of stomach flatulent colic. Modalities: (a) Aggravation:- < Fat, gravies, flatulent food, < cabbage, raw fruit, ice cream. (b) Amelioration:- > by passing flatus. vi) POTENCY:- Q. (5 drops  in ½ cup of luke warm water  6-8 hourly  SOS  as & when necessary  stop soon improvement ensues), 6C.
  • 4. FILE : E:NEWSLETTER—NOV 2017-ACUTE PRESCRIBING.DOC 4 CLINICAL TIPS: Atropin 3x Trituration: Hyperacidity; pyrosis. 1/4th tsf (tea-spoon) in half cup of luke warm water X 8 hourly X S.O.S. Orexine tannate Q; Hyperacidity; deficient and slow digestion. 10 drops  Twice daily  S.O.S. (2) ASTHMA-ACUTE EXACERBATIONS- STATUS ASTHMATICUS: BRONCHO-SPASM- CLINICAL MATERIA MEDICA:- (A) AMBROSIA: i) CHARACTER:- Watery coryza, sneezing, watery discharge. Respiratory tract in its entire length stopped up (stuffed up +++). Irritation of trachea and bronchial tubes, with asthmatic attacks, wheezy cough. ii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C. (B) AMYL. NITROSUM: i) CHARACTER:- Dyspnoea and asthmatic feelings. Great oppression and fullness of chest; spasmodic, suffocative cough. Precordial anxiety. Tumultuous action of heart. Pain and constriction around heart. Fluttering at slightest excitement. Asthmatic feeling in larynx and trachea with desire to eructate. ii) MODALITIES:- Agg. warm room. Amel. open air (must have fresh air). iii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C. (C) ANTIM ARSENICOSUM: i) CHARACTER:- Found useful in emphysema with excessive dyspnoea and cough, much mucous secretion. Cardiac asthma, sense of weakness. A lung tonic. ii) MODALITIES:- Agg. eating; lying down. iii) POTENCY:- 3x Trit., 6C. (D) ARALIA RACEMOSA: i) CHARACTER:- Asthma with wheezing. Inspiration is difficult. Right lung: affected. A foreign-body sensation. Wheezing in throat. Constriction in chest and throat with a sensation of foreign body in the throat. Inspiration is difficult than expiration. Expectoration is salty and hot. ii) MODALITIES:- Agg. At 2 A.M. Lying agg. < after lying,. iii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C, 30C. (E) ASPIDOSPERMA: i) CHARACTER:- Want of breath during exertion is the guiding symptom. Useful in Cardiac asthma. It is the Digitalis of the lungs : broncho-dilatation. ii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C, 30C. (F) BLATTA OCCIDENTALIS: i) CHARACTER:- Doctrine of Signature: Cockroach lives in cracks and crevices; in damp shady places, therefore it is a wonderful medicine for Asthma for people who lives or works in damp basements, cellars,
  • 5. FILE : E:NEWSLETTER—NOV 2017-ACUTE PRESCRIBING.DOC 5 etc.; damp dwelling. Aggravation from damp and rainy weather. Asthma with bronchitis, especially indicated after Arsenic when this is insufficient. Acts best, in stout, or corpulent persons. Seems to act better on patients who have a tendency to obesity. Much pus like mucus. ii) MODALITIES:- Aggravation: Damp, wet rainy weather; change of weather. iii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C, 30C. (G) CALC. OVORUM / OVI GALLINAE PELLICULA: i) CHARACTER:- Egg Vaccine for Asthma. Asthma due to susceptibility of the protein substance in eggs. Associated symptoms: backache (as if broken into two). iii) POTENCY:- 6x Trit. (H) CASSIA SOPHERA (SENNE SOPHERA) (KALKASUNDE): i) CHARACTER:- Asthma of the patient suffering from skin disease. Skin disease (like dandruff, eczema, itching, ringworm etc.) are associated with bronchial troubles. More the cough (in asthmatic patients) and more it is a painful and distressing cough, better it is indicated. Asthmatic symptoms with rattling of mucus in the throat but not much expulsion. Concomitant symptom for this medicine is pain in joints. ii) MODALITIES:- Aggravates during rainy and winter season. Agg. later part of the evening and past and mid-night, towards early morning. Asthmatic breathing < night and lying down, cough agg. morning, warmth. Amel. by sitting up. amel. bending forward. iii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C, 30C. (I) DIOSCOREA VILLOSA: i) CHARACTER:- Chest does not seem to expand on breathing, short winded. ii) MODALITIES:- Agg. early morning, 2 a.m. Amel. open air. iii) POTENCY:- Q (J) DULCAMARA: i) CHARACTER:- Allergic bronchospasm from cat’s hair. Winter coughs, teasing. Asthma with dyspnoea. Loose, rattling cough; worse wet weather. Must cough a long time to expel phlegm. Cough after physical exertion. ii) MODALITIES:- Agg. at night; from cold in general, damp, rainy weather. Amel. from moving about, external warmth. iii) POTENCY:- Q, 12C, 30C, 200C. (K) ERIODICTYON: i) CHARACTER:- Bronchitis followed by tubercular chough. Profuse nocturnal sweat and spasm > by expectoration. Cough after influenza. Past history of recurrent pneumonia, recurrent bronchitis  lung vitality weak  Easily catches cold  Asthma. Lots of mucus  Rattling. ii) MODALITIES:- Agg. Afternoon. Amel. from expectoration.
  • 6. FILE : E:NEWSLETTER—NOV 2017-ACUTE PRESCRIBING.DOC 6 iii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C, 30C. (L) EUCALYPTUS: i) CHARACTER:- Dr. Kim says that “Eucalyptus” oil in drop doses given in a tablespoon of water relieves bronchial asthma in the night. Asthma, with great dyspnoea and palpitation. Moist asthma. Expectoration white, thick mucus. Bronchitis in the aged. Bronchorrhoea. Profuse expectoration of offensive muco-pus. ii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C, 30C. (M) ICHTHYOLUM: i) CHARACTER:- Winter cough  Dry teasing cough  Asthma in old people. Bronchiectasis and phthisis. Bronchitis, especially of the aged. ii) POTENCY:- 6x Trit., 30C (N) JUSTICIA ADHATODA (VASAKA): i) CHARACTER:- Whooping cough like asthmatic attacks. Tightness across chest. Cough with sneezing. Paroxysmal cough with suffocative obstruction of respiration. ii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C; 30C. (O) KALIUM NITRICUM: i) CHARACTER:- Valuable in cardiac asthma, with excessive dyspnoea, dropsical condition of the whole body > drinking sips of water. Asthma, with excessive dyspnoea, nausea, dull stitches, and burning in chest. Dyspnoea so great that breath cannot be held long enough to drink, though thirsty. Chest feels constricted. Oppression worse in morning. Sour-smelling expectoration. Expectoration of clotted blood, after hawking mucus. ii) MODALITIES:- Agg. wine, draft of air 3 a.m., lying with head low, motion. Amel. lying down, lying on right side, drinking sips of water. iii) POTENCY:- 6x Trit., 30C. (P) LINUM USI: i) CHARACTER:- Severe allergic asthma. Intense irritation in the nose and eyes. ii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C, 30C. (Q) LOBELIA INFLATA: i) CHARACTER:- Dyspnoea from constriction of chest. Asthma; attacks, with weakness, felt in pit of stomach and preceded by prickling all over. Lobelia syphilitica. Great oppression in lower part of chest, as if air could not reach there. Pain in chest under short ribs of left side. Every rapid movement = dyspnoea and suffocation. Going up or down stairs. ii) MODALITIES:- Agg. dyspnoea; evening and night. Symptoms generally > afternoon, Amel. by rapid walking. iii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C, 30C.
  • 7. FILE : E:NEWSLETTER—NOV 2017-ACUTE PRESCRIBING.DOC 7 (R) LUFFA OPERCULATA: i) CHARACTER:- With allergic rhinitis, frontal (6x potency) headaches < stuffy room, nose blocked, frequent spasmodic sneezing < cold; mornings, itching of the nose. Watery discharge wheezing with coarse rales and basal ronchi. Spasmodic cough with scanty sputum < dust; fog; cold breeze > heat, covering the head. ii) POTENCY:- 6x Trit., 6C, 30C. (S) OCIMUM SANCTUM (TULSI): i) CHARACTER:- Asthmatic attack, wheezing and rattling sound is felt in the chest (very useful in asthma of infants and children). Forgetfulness is a special keynote symptom of this drug; the patient forgets to perform his usual duties, and commits mistakes in talking. It is more especially indicated if diarrhoea and cough and cold be present with fever. ii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C; 30C. (T) PASSIFLORA INCARNATA: i) CHARACTER:- Asthma, atonicity & insomnia is the triad of selecting this medicine. An efficient anti-spasmodic. ii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C; 30C. (U) POTHOS FOETIDUS: i) CHARACTER:- For asthmatic complaints, which is caused and are made worse from inhaling any dust. Difficult, troublesome respiration; oppression with perspiration. Anguish with oppression. Allergic broncho-spasm from dust; fur; dog fur/ hairs etc. Not much mucus. Allergic wheeze. ii) MODALITIES:- Agg. From dust; Amel. open air. Asthmatic symptoms are better by passing stool. iii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C, 30C. (V) PULMO VULPIS: i) CHARACTER:- Persistent shortness of breath. Asthma : better sitting up, bending forward. Shortness of breath < by slightest motion. ii) POTENCY:- 3x Trit., 30C. (W) SAMBUCUS NIGRA: i) CHARACTER:- Humid asthma. Chronic asthma having attacks of suffocation and breathing through the mouth. The relief was followed by a profuse flow of urine which carried off a large amount of dropsical effusion in legs and abdomen. Asthmatic cough associated with profuse perspiration. Suffocative cough, coming on about midnight, with crying and dyspnoea. Cannot expire, attack passes off-then repeated again. ii) MODALITIES:- Agg. from sleep, during rest, after eating fruit, lying down, motion, uncovering, dry cold air, after midnight (cough aggravates). Amel. sitting up in bed, motion. iii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C, 30C.
  • 8. FILE : E:NEWSLETTER—NOV 2017-ACUTE PRESCRIBING.DOC 8 (X) SENEGA: i) CHARACTER:- Great soreness of walls of chest < during repose. Great accumulation of mucus, rattling, wheezing, difficult breathing. Asthma: Oppressed on ascending; Old asthmatics with congestive attacks; Difficulty in raising tough profuse mucus, especially in the aged. Cough: Dry & hacking; Chest: Sore; Oppression from accumulation of clear mucus, difficult to expel. Weight & pressure as if lungs were forced back to spine. Burning, rattling & wheezing in chest. ii) MODALITIES:- Aggravation night, during rest. Aggravation in open air. iii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C, 30C. (Y) SOLIDAGO VIRGA: i) CHARACTER:- It's an expectorant. Periodical asthma with nightly dysuria. Asthmatic symptoms with kidney complaints. Expectoration: Profuse, Blood tinged. ii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C, 30C. (Z) TELA ARANEARUM: i) CHARACTER:- Dry asthma, harassing coughs. Symptoms come on suddenly with cool, clammy skin. Numbness of hands and legs when at rest. Continued chilliness. Nervous asthma and sleeplessness. ii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C. (3) ) ACUTE OSTEO-ARTHRITIS (LESSER KNOWNS): CLINICAL MATERIA MEDICA:- (A) ACTEA SPICATA:- i) LOCATION:- Suppressed eruptions. ii) CHARACTER OF PAIN:- (i) Pains in small joints of wrist, fingers, ankles, toes: tearing & tingling in type. (ii) Swelling of joints from slight fatigue. (iii) Wrist: swollen, red. iii) MODALITIES:- (i) Worse any motion. (ii) Pain worse from touch & motion. iv) PRESCRIBING TIPS:- Character of Pain: Swelling of joints from slight fatigue. v) POTENCY:- (i) 6C. (ii) 30C. (B) BENZOIC ACID:- i) LOCATION:- (i) Small joints. (ii) Knees. ii) CHARACTER OF PAIN:- (i) Cracking of joints. (ii) Zigzag changing of pains. (iii) Nodes and ganglion of wrist. (iv) Bunion of great toe. (v) Rheumatic pains and gout: nodes painful (+++). (vi) Swelling of wrist, knees, small joints. Cracking of joints. Zigzag changing of pains. Bunion of great toe. Cracking of joints. Nodes and ganglion of wrist, painful (+++). It has the capability of bringing the Uric Acid level down (use tincture: 10 drops....3 times daily for 6--8 weeks). iii) MODALITIES:- ((i) Aggravation: < motion. (ii) < open air; < night. (iii) > by heat.
  • 9. FILE : E:NEWSLETTER—NOV 2017-ACUTE PRESCRIBING.DOC 9 iv) PRESCRIBING TIPS:- Character of Pain: (i) Cracking of joints. (ii) Zigzag changing of pains. (iii) Nodes and ganglion of wrist. v) POTENCY:- (i) 1x liquid. (ii) 6C. (iii) 30C. (C) CALCAREA FLUORICA: i) CHARACTER:- Pain lower back, with burning. Degenerative osteoarthritis. Chronic lumbago. ii) MODALITIES:- Agg. first motion; rest, change of weather; new moon & full moon, damp weather. Amel. continued motion; from heat; rubbing. iii) POTENCY:- 6x Tabs.; 200C. (D) COLCHICINE: i) CHARACTER:- Convulsive jerking of right hand; rheumatic fever, gout, endo and pericarditis, pleurisy, arthritis deformans in early stages; intense pain of rheumatism. ii) POTENCY:- 3x Trit. (E) COTYLEDON UMBILICUS: i) CHARACTER:- Aching in joints. Skin sensitive, rubbing of trousers causes an acute sting. Legs and arms feel heavy and sore. Sciatica, with aching in back and thighs. Lack of control of joint. Stagger as if drunk. Climacteric troubles. Breathing, chest oppressed with choking fullness in throat. ii) MODALITIES:-Agg. morning, evening. iii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C (F) CAULOPHYLLUM:- (1) LOCATION:- (i) Small joints. (ii) Fingers: stiff (+++). (iii) Lumbago. (2) CHARACTER OF PAIN:- (i) Small Joints : aching. (ii) Small Joints: erratic pain. (iii) Small joints: stiffness. (iv) Intermittent pain. (v) Paroxysmal pain. (vi) Spasmodic pain. (vii) Cutting pain on closing the hands. (viii) Internal trembling with weakness (++) (Ref. Nash). (3) MODALITIES:- Aggravation: < night. (4) PRESCRIBING TIPS:- Character of Pain: (i) Small Joints: Erratic pain. (ii) Small joints: Stiffness. (iii) Intermittent pain. (iv) Paroxysmal pain. (5) POTENCY:- (i) Q. (ii) 30C. (G) EUCALYPTUS: i) CHARACTER:- Nodular swellings over metacarpal and metatarsal joints. Stiff, weary sensation. Pricking sensation, followed by painful aching. Rheumatic pains; worse at night, walking or carrying anything. ii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C, 30C (H) EUPATORIUM PERFOLIATUM: i) CHARACTER:- Periodicity is marked. Excessive soreness run through the remedy. Undue sleepiness & yawning. Pains: aching & sore. Bone pains of all descriptions. Chilliness predominates. ii) MODALITIES:- Agg. periodically, open air. Amel. warmth. iii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C, 30C
  • 10. FILE : E:NEWSLETTER—NOV 2017-ACUTE PRESCRIBING.DOC 10 (I) FRANCISCEA UNIFLORA: i) CHARACTER:- Rheumatic pains in lower extremities. Anti-Syphilitic remedy Notable rise of uric acid. Chronic stiffness of the muscles. It has the capability of bringing the Uric Acid level down (use tincture: 10 drops....3 times daily for 6--8 weeks). Amel. by sweating. ii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C, 30C (J) GAULTHERIA: i) CHARACTER:- Inflammatory rheumatism + Nervous depression + Gastralgia. Uncontrollable appetite, notwithstanding irritable stomach. ii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C, 30C (K) GETTYSBURG WATER: i) CHARACTER:- Great rigidity of neck, back, shoulder & wrist. Excessive weakness of joints. Totally relieved when quiet, rigidity on movement, yet cannot remain long in one position. Rawness. Neck muscles rigid. Joints weak. Cannot lift things. Ligaments rigid. Sub- acute gouty state. Of use in sub-acute and chronic rheumatism. ii) MODALITIES:- Agg. Stiffness of muscles on moving. Amel. rest (ligaments and stiffness of muscles). iii) POTENCY:- 3x Trit, 6C, 30C (L) GINSENG:- i) LOCATION:- Lumbago (almost specific: Ref. Clarke). ii) CHARACTER OF PAIN:- (i) Great & specific in lumbago, sciatica chronic rheumatism with bruised pain. (ii) Stiff & contracted joints, with cracking sounds. (iii) Excessive heaviness of lower limbs. (iv) Sexual excitement & frequent desire to urinate are constant concomitants. iii) MODALITIES:- (i) Nightly digging in right lower limb & toes. (ii) < open air. (iii) Night, bending and turning; descending stairs; sitting. iv) PRESCRIBING TIPS:- Character of Pain: (i) Great & specific in lumbago, sciatica chronic rheumatism with bruised pain. (ii) Stiff & contracted joints, with cracking sounds. (iii) Sexual excitement & frequent desire to urinate are constant concomitants. v) POTENCY:- (i) Q. (ii) 30C. (M) GUAIACUM: i) CHARACTER:- Valuable in acute rheumatism, stiff neck & pain in shoulders, intolerant of pressure. Contraction of limb, stiffness and immobility. A feeling of heat in affected limbs; sensitiveness and < local heat. ii) MODALITIES:- Agg. from motion, heat, cold wet weather; pressure, touch, from 6 p.m. to 4 a.m. Amel. external pressure. iii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C, 30C (N) HELONIAS: i) CHARACTER:- Nervously run-down, tired, back-achy females. Irritability, gloomy & extreme depression are characteristic(ref: Dr
  • 11. FILE : E:NEWSLETTER—NOV 2017-ACUTE PRESCRIBING.DOC 11 Clarke). Heaviness in back but have to be occupied. Languor & prostration. Enervated by Indolence & luxury. ii) MODALITIES:- Agg. motion, touch. Amel. when doing something (mental diversion). iii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C, 30C (O) JACARANDA CAROBA: i) CHARACTER:- Rheumatism due to suppressed gonorrhoea. Rheumatic pain in right knee disappearing on motion. Weakness of back. Muscular rheumatism, soreness and stiffness of muscles in the morning. ii) MODALITIES:- Agg. night. iii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C, 30C (P) KALI IOD.:- i) LOCATION:- (i) Acts prominently on fibrous & connective tissues. (ii) Knees. (iii) Back. (iv) Bone pains. ii) CHARACTER OF PAIN:- (i) Rheumatism of knees with effusion. (ii) Diffused sensitiveness over joints. (iii) Oedema and effusion with rheumatism. (iv) Inability to lie on affected side in sciatica, must get up & move at night. (v) Contraction of joints. Degenerative osteo-arthritis of knee joint with effusion- a fantastic medicine. iii) MODALITIES:- (i) Knee-pains < night, cold & damp. (iii) < Warm room. (iv) Better: > motion; open air. iv) PRESCRIBING TIPS:- Character of Pain: (i) Diffused sensitiveness over joints. (ii) Oedema and effusion with rheumatism. (iii) Knee-pains < night, cold & damp. v) POTENCY:- 30C. (Q) LITHIUM CARBONICA: i) CHARACTER:- Leading key note: Soreness. Hot water ameliorates. Intractable rheumatism connected with heart-lesions. Trembling, fluttering and throbbing in heart. ii) MODALITIES:- Moving about ameliorates. Cardiac symptoms amel. by urinating; agg. from bending forward. A pressing sensation from within outward Keynote. Rheumatic soreness in cardiac region. Agg. in morning, right side; night. Amel. pressure. Amel. rising and moving about. iii) POTENCY:- 3x Trit. (R) OLEUM JECORIS ASELLI: i) CHARACTER:- Joint-movements restricted; rigid muscles and tendons. Chilly & feverish at night with burning palms. Marked atrophy of the affected limbs in Sciatica, rheumatism, etc. ii) MODALITIES:- Agg. touch, motion. Draft of air. Exposure to cold, damp. Amel. pressure. iii) POTENCY:- 3x Trit, 6C, 30C.
  • 12. FILE : E:NEWSLETTER—NOV 2017-ACUTE PRESCRIBING.DOC 12 (S) PIPER METHYSTICUM: i) CHARACTER:- Hands feel paralysed. Sensation: Arthritis deformans. Burning. ii) MODALITIES:- Agg. diversion of attention. Excitement. Even changing position, at night in bed. Amel. movement. iii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C, 30C. (T) RHAMNUS CALIFORNICA:- i) LOCATION:- Inflammatory rheumatism of joints (+++): to reduce the redness (Rubor), heat (Calor), pain (Dolor) and swelling (Tumor). ii) CHARACTER OF PAIN:- (i) Rheumatism with inflammatory swellings. (ii) Migratory pains. (iii) Notable remedy for myalgias. (iv) Unable to control muscular action. (v) A-drunken-man: gait (Ref. Dr. N. K. Banerjee). (vi) Rheumatic heart. iii) MODALITIES:- < evening. iv) PRESCRIBING TIPS:- Character of Pain: (i) Rheumatism with inflammatory swellings. (ii) Migratory pains. v) POTENCY:- (i) Q. (ii) 30C. (U) SLAG: i) CHARACTER:- Blas iron furnace cinder. Anal itching, piles and constipation. Housemaid’s knee. ii) MODALITIES:- Agg. going up stairs. iii) POTENCY:- 6x Trit. (V) STELLARIA MEDIA: i) CHARACTER:- Sharp shifting pains. Stiffness of joints. Synovitis with bruised feeling. Parts sore to touch. ii) MODALITIES:- Agg. mornings, warmth, tobacco. Amel. evenings, cold air, motion. iii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C, 30C (W) TRIFOLIUM PRATENSE: i) CHARACTER:- Neck stiff; cramp in sterno-cleido muscles. Cramps in sterno-cleido muscle. Congestion of glands. Stiffness, relieved by heat & rubbing. Cancerous diathesis. ii) MODALITIES:- Agg. stuffy, close room after sleep. Amel. by heat and rubbing (massage), open air. iii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C, 30C (X) URTICA URENS: i) CHARACTER:- Gout. Deltoid rheumatism. Symptoms return at the same time every year. Rheumatism associated with urticaria. It has the capability of bringing the Uric Acid level down (use tincture: 10 drops....3 times daily for 6--8 weeks). ii) MODALITIES:- Agg. from snow-air, water, cool moist air, touch; lying on painful side. iii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C, 30C (Y) VIOLA ODORATA:
  • 13. FILE : E:NEWSLETTER—NOV 2017-ACUTE PRESCRIBING.DOC 13 i) CHARACTER:- Rheumatism of the upper parts. Mainly right side. Rheumatism of the deltoid. Trembling of limbs. Pressing pain in right carpal & metacarpal joints. ii) MODALITIES:- Agg. cool air, dull weight weather. Amel. after rising in morning. iii) POTENCY:- Q, 6C, 30C CLINICAL TIPS: LOCATION OF PAIN AND CORRESPONDING MEDICINES: 1) Ankle:- Cyclamen (30C); Manganum Acet (30C); Propylamin (Q, 6C). 2) Back:- Calcarea Fluorica (6x Tabs.); Castanea Vesca (Q, 6C; 30C); Cotyledon umbilicus (Q); Cobalt (1M); Ginseng (Q., 6C); Gettysburg Water (3x Trit.); Gnaphal (1M); Helon (Q, 30C); Jacaranda Caroba (Q); Pimpinella (30C); Piperazinum (6x Trit.). 3) Inflammatory swelling:- Gaultheria (Q, 6C); Rhamnus Calif. (Q., 6C). 4) Knee:- Angustura (6C, 30C); Benz Ac (6C, 30C); Jacaranda Caroba (Q, 6C); Kali Iod. (30C); Slag (6x Trit.). 5) Neck:- Cyclamen (30C); Gettysburg Water (3x Trit.); Guaiacum (Q, 6C); Macrotin (3x trit, 30C); Pimpinella (30C); Trifolium Pratense (Q, 6C). 6) Small Joints:- Actea Spicata (6C, 30C); Benzoicum Acid (Q, 6C, 30C); Caulophyllum (Q, 30C); Hedeoma (6C, 30C); Viola Odorata (6C, 30C). 7) Uric Acid (to bring the level down):- Benzoic Acid [1 x (liquid), 6C]; Berb Vulg (Q.); Urtica urens (Q.); Franciscea (Q.); Hedeoma (6C). 6 good reasons to join the Calcutta Clinical Programme 22nd February (Thursday) to 9th March (Friday) 2018 1) To watch Homoeopathy in action and develop your confidence. Visit few rural clinics to observe advanced pathologies. (80+ hours of CPD and Clinical hour's certificate). 2) To demonstrate how Simple Homoeopathy works. The non confusing, time tested methodology of combining Miasm and Totality. 3) Practical demonstration of methodology and how Homoeopathy works in Allopathic drug dependent cases. Our prescribing: http://homoeopathy-course.com/index.php/about-us/our-prescribing 4) Lots of follow-up of Live cases are arranged to boost your confidence. 5) Develop your Acute prescribing and Comparative Materia Medica skills through 200+ live cases in 2 weeks. 6) Purchase Homoeopathic medicines while in India in a very reasonable price and the savings thereof will pay for your trip. Programme Prospectus:
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