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  • Sensations | repertory.org
    down Trapped Expansion becoming bigger boundless and released Not afffected by contraction and oppression Compositae Injured Hurt or insulted Shocked Burnt or scolded Fear to be touched hurt approached Numb Anesthetic Stupor Catalepsy Touching Hurting other Cruel Violent Strikes He is a tough guy He can take all the beatings Protective of others to see they do not get hurt Conifers Fragile Borken Brittle Connected disconnected Empty Fulllness Cut off Fragmented Indolence Fearful Weak Rigid Hard Strength You become strong and protective of others who are brittle and fragile Fungi Burrowing Invading Digging Excoriating Eroding Danger Strength Super human control Wrinkled Pities herself Awkward Foolish Delirium silent Atonic laxity Passive Hemorrhage Fright Strength Violent Rage Egotism Courageous Coruageous in danger Euphorbiaceae Tied and Untied bound and unbound Tied and cannnot do anything Desire to break free A person who is free unbound not tiedup Hamamelididae Compressed Heavy pressing Load Limited dragging Fixed confined Opposite is Lightness Heaviness Flying Flying Floating Open air amel Motion amel Flying Floating Open air amel Motion amel Adapting to leaving within confined limited space Labiatae Excititement which can be vivid pleasant tremulous excitment Along with these there can be perspiration Trembling overwhelmed passionate etc Lack of excitability Absent reaction to external things Industrious Motion amel Mirth Freight Anxiety Unpleasant surprises Calmness Leguminosae Splitting apart Coming apart Scattered Bound toghether Fragmented Feeling scattered and confusion Split up Not toghether Getting things together Feeling together and unified Liliflorae Forced out Squeezed Extruded Opressed constrained Sonstricted Excluded left out they are not interested in me I am neglected Must hold on tight He must move Attrative behaviour Belonging being included is being part of Loganiaceae Shocked Shattered Torn to peices Shock is so sudden as to paralyze the person Dissappointment Ruined Paralyzed I cannot move Sadness Cannot weep Grief Silent Faint Beside onself Excitable Convulsions Composed Calm Magnolianae Confusion bewildered beclouded stange Because outside is so bewildering and confusiong she feels isolated and not part of and reacion of withdrawal Collaps Stupefied Fainting Sleepy Shut it out Let me live in my own world Floating withdrawn Unconscious Withdrawal Creating his own world which is familiar and shutting out the world which is strange Easily adjust Adaptable to strange new Confusing bewildering situation Malvales Attached and then detached Joint and then separeted Together and then separated Estranged Indifferent Indifferent everything to Aversion husband to Communicative Affectioinate Dream of falling in love Company desire for Independent Sefl confident Papavaraceae Pain intense pain pain of any sort but with great intensity Torture intense suffering Punished War Murderer excuted Violence Fright and shock Agony and hel like state Analgesia coma anasthesia FAinting Catalepsy Narcolepsy Painless and numb Rage Spasm convulsions colic Violent Numbness alternating with paing Calm in situation where there is a great pain No affected by pain and suffering Piperaceae Primulaceae Unable to move because of paralytic pressure and lame sensation Sluggishness Aversion ot giong out Amel In house Confined Not moving Motion amel Continuous motion amel Desire to travel

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  • Pathology | repertory.org
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    Original URL path: http://www.repertory.org/d/node/139 (2016-02-12)
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  • Miasms | repertory.org
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  • Potency | repertory.org
    Repetition Libraries Languages Contacts Demonstrations Hardware Req Support Comments Rubrics Purchase Peace MacRepertory vs RW Movies Audio Statistics Homeopathic Hospitals User list User login Log in using OpenID What is OpenID Username Password CAPTCHA This question is for testing whether you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions Math question 2 1 Solve this simple math problem and enter the result E g for 1 3 enter

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  • Pharmacy | repertory.org
    using OpenID Cancel OpenID login Request new password Who s online There are currently 0 users and 1 guest online Home Pharmacy Latin Abbreviations Abbreviation Meaning Latin ad lib freely as wanted ad libitum aq water aqua b i d twice a day bis in die cap capsule capula c with bar on top with cum div divide divide eq pts equal parts equalis partis gtt a drop gutta h hour hora no number numero O pint octarius p r n as occasion requires pro re nata q s a sufficient quantity quantum sufficiat q4h every 4 hours quaque 4 hora q6h every 6 hours quaque 6 hora q1d every day quaque 1 die q1w every week q i d four times a day quater in die s i d once a day semel in die Sig S write on the label signa stat immediately statim tab a tablet tabella t i d three times a day ter in die Drugs are bought in the gross by avoirdupois weight which is the standard of most articles of merchandise but for the composition of medicines troy weight is directed to be used by the British Colleges The following Table exhibits the

    Original URL path: http://www.repertory.org/d/node/189 (2016-02-12)
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  • Classification of Symptoms | repertory.org
    yet he dreamed night after night of pools and seas of blood and so distressing was this that sleep was one long nightmare The other symptoms were valueless so far as the selection of the remedy was concerned but taking the dreams as my guide I gave Solanum Tubersum Aegrotans which completely removed the dreams and so relieved the pains that he went down to his grave in peace Italics mine The reader will no doubt be interested to learn that sloanum tuberosum aegrotans is a diseased potato tincture of the affected tubers Those who possess Boericke s Materia can verify this extraordinary symptom if they turn up solnaum nigrum black nightshade and on page 598 they will find this symptom recorded at the bottom of the rubric Relationship If you are fortunate in getting this class of symptom it will make your search for the remedy so much easier Another class of general symptom that ranks high are the effects of different temperatures upon the patient himself as a whole It is definitely ascertained from a patient that he as a whole mark that loathes the cold you can save your self all the trouble in the world when search for his remedy by throwing out all those remedies that are worse from heat and if the patient loathes the heat then all the remedies that are worse by cold can be dispensed with The same rule also applies to damp and wet weather So much for generals Particulars These symptoms pertain to any give organ of the body or to disease as it affects the physical body In this case the patient when relating his sufferings will prefix his symptoms by My For example My head aches My throat feels as it it was on fire My body feels as if it was broken My inside feels as if it is dropping out Now this class of symptoms relates man s body and not to himself and at their face value they are useless for prescribing Let us take My head aches Now it is quite impossible to prescribe on just this bald statement If we turn up Kent s Repertory under section Head and look up the rubric PAIN headache in general we will find something like 250 drugs which cause headache so which of the 250 drugs are you going to give and why Now if the patient says My head aches but I only get it from about 10 a m to about 3 p m and is pretty emphatic about the time then this particular symptom can be promoted to the general class becuase it is definitely strange and peculiar that he always has this headache only during the hours sepcificed If he has also two or three other rather nondescript particular symptoms natrum muriaticum will put everything right for the simple reason that natrum muriaticum is the only drug that can cure a headache which comes on at 10 a m and disapears

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  • Repetition | repertory.org
    Hardware Req Support Comments Rubrics Purchase Peace MacRepertory vs RW Movies Audio Statistics Homeopathic Hospitals User list User login Log in using OpenID What is OpenID Username Password CAPTCHA This question is for testing whether you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions Math question 1 2 Solve this simple math problem and enter the result E g for 1 3 enter 4 Log in using OpenID

    Original URL path: http://www.repertory.org/d/node/169 (2016-02-12)
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  • Resources | repertory.org
    Contacts Demonstrations Hardware Req Support Comments Rubrics Purchase Peace MacRepertory vs RW Movies Audio Statistics Homeopathic Hospitals User list User login Log in using OpenID What is OpenID Username Password CAPTCHA This question is for testing whether you are a human visitor and to prevent automated spam submissions Math question 2 12 Solve this simple math problem and enter the result E g for 1 3 enter 4 Log in

    Original URL path: http://www.repertory.org/d/node/39?destination=node%2F39 (2016-02-12)
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