1-  Mission of physician – sick / the term cure comes first.

    2-  Highest ideal of cure

   3- Qualification of physician – knowledge of physician/ medicine/ choice of remedy/ repetition/ obstacles to recovery. The word dose come first.

   4-Preserver of health

   5-  Important of constitution, exiting and fundamental cause

6-    6- Unprejudiced observer – for the physician the disease consist only totality of symptoms 

7-     7- Totality of symptoms – removal of totality of symptoms means removal of disease

8-     8- Restoration of health – once symptoms are eradicated disease is cured

9-     9- Vital Force - properties

10   10-  Without vital force organism is dead -material body

11   11-  Vital Force in disease state

12   12-  Disease due to internal Derangement of vital force

13   13-  Materialism in medicine

14   14-  Disease manifestation

15   15-  Affection of vital force

18   16-  Symptoms totality – Totality is the sole guide to direct us in choice of remedy

19   18-  21- What is curative in medicine.

21-Pathogenetic symptoms curative in medicine

22- 2 Method of treatment – antipathy, allopathy

23- Demerit of antipathy

24- 25- Merits of homeopathy

26- Natural law of cure

27- curative power of medicine

28- 29- Modus operandi of cure

30- 34- superiority of artificial morbific agents

35- 42- Law of dissimilar diseases

43- 51- Law of similar diseases

51- Happy go lucky operations are cure offered by nature

52- 60- different system of treatment

52- Practicing one time homoeopathy and at other time allopathy is criminal treason against homoeopathy.

54- homeopathy

55- allopathy

56- Antipathy

57- Antipathy – example

63- Primary action, Secondary action (counter action)

64- Explanation of primary and secondary action

65- Example of primary and secondary action

70- Summery

71- Three points operation

72- General survey of disease acute and chronic disease

73- Acute disease & classification

74- Drug diseases

75- Drug diseases are most incurable

76- Drug diseases are to be remedied by vital force itself

77- Pseudo chronic disease

78- Natural chronic disease

79- Syphilis & sycosis

80- Fundamental cause of Psora

81- Development of Psora

82- Individualization

83- Requisite qualities of physician

1)- Freedom from prejudice

2)- Sound senses

3)- Attention in observing and fidelity in tracing the picture of the disease.

84- 104- Case Taking

91- Pure symptoms to be considered

92- Conjoint malady

93- Questioned privately

94- 98- Difficulty in taking chronic cases

95- Lessor accessory symptoms – Due to long suffering patient become used to these symptoms & pay little attention

96- Hypochondriacs

97- Indolent patients

99- Recording of acute cases

100- 102- Epidemic diseases & genus diseases

105- 145- Drug Proving

107- Drug proving on sick

108- Drug proving on healthy individual

109- Hahnemann was the first to start proving on healthy human beings

113- Proving of narcotics medicines secondary action are to be observed

115- Alternating action

116- Proves drugs on groups not in individuals

117- Idiosyncrasies

123- Medicine for proving should be given in simple unadulterated form

124- During proving use single drug

125- Diet of prover

126- Qualities of prover

127- Medicine must be proved in male and female

128- Proving should be done in 30th potency/empty stomach

129- Proving start from small doses

132- Drug proving of weak medicinal substense

138- Alteration of health during drug proving

140- Proving in illiterate person

141- Proving on himself (physician)

 143- True materia medica

147- Homeopathic specific remedy is similimum

150- Indisposition

153- Characteristic symptoms

155- Appropriate dose

156- Homeopathic aggravation and potency

157- Homeopathic aggravation and Medicinal aggravation

158- Homeopathic aggravation in acute disease

159- Smaller the dose slightest aggravation.

161- Homeopathic aggravation in acute disease for one hours, in chronic disease 6, 8 or 10 days.

162- Partial selection of similimum.

163- Accessory symptoms.

164- Small number of homeopathic symptoms is not an obstacle to cure

165- Unhomeopathic medicine

169, 170- When totality of symptoms is not covered by a single medicine but 2 medicines partially cover more suitable given first and it is not advisable after the employment of more suitable of the 2 medicines to administer other without fresh examination

171- To treat non venereal chronic disease several Antipsoric remedy can be given in succession

172- One sided disease and imperfect selection of similimum

173- One sided disease definition

174- One sided disease with a affection of external kind is called local malady

180-181- Accessory symptoms while treating one sided disease

183- Second Prescription

185-203- Local maladies treatment

185- Allopathic idea of local maladies was that external parts are only involved and rest of body did not participate in this disease

186- Surgical disease

190- Management of local maladies

191- Sign of improvement

192- Follow up treatment

194- external application should not be done

204-209- Treatment of chronic disease

204- Types of chronic disease

207- Treatment history

208- Personal history

209- Base of prescription

210-230- Mental disease

210- One sided diseases are psoric in origin

211- Mental disposition determine selection of remedy

215- Mental and corporeal diseases are same

219- Lucid interval

220- Treatment of these type of mental disease with Antipsoric treatment

221- Management of acute mental disease

224- Mental disease of doubtful origin

225- Mental disease due to emotional factors like anxiety, worry, vexation.

228- General management of mental disease.

231-234- Intermittent and Alternating diseases.

235-244- Intermittent fever

236- Time of administration of medicine.

242- In epidemics of intermittent fever repeated dose sulphur and Heper sulph in high potency is to be given.

244- In intermittent fever endemic in marshy districts small dose of potentized solution of cinchona bark to be given.

245- 258- Homeopathic posology

245-251- Repetition of medicines.

246- Necessities for rapid cure

1-                    1     Medicine must be homeopathic

2-                     2    Given in minute dose

3-                    3    Repeated at suitable intervals

247- Repetition of medicine at intervals of 14,12,10,8,7 days.

249- Antidotes

252- Obstacle to cure

253- Sign of improvement

257- Physician should avoid making favorite remedies

259- 261- Diet &regiment in chronic diseases

262-263- Diet in acute disease.

264-271- Pharmacy

264-266- Selection of genuine medicines

267-271- Preparation of medicine

270- Method of dynamization

272-273- Single simple medicine at one time.

274- Advantage of use of single medicine.

275- 287- Strength of the dose for homeopathy use.

275- Large dose injures.

280- Optimum dose to avoid aggravation.

284- Route of administration of drugs.

285- External application of medicine.

286- Magnetism electricity & galvanism.

287- Use of north & south pole.

288-289- Mesmerism.

290- Massage.

291- Water bath.

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