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  • Anacardiacea | repertory.org
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  • Dr. Rajan Sankaran's Plant and Miasm Table | repertory.org
    spam submissions Math question 4 8 Solve this simple math problem and enter the result E g for 1 3 enter 4 Log in using OpenID Cancel OpenID login Request new password Who s online There are currently 0 users and 1 guest online Home Dr Rajan Sankaran s Plant and Miasm Table Miasm and Plant Family Table Acute Typhoid Malaria Ringworm Sycosis Tubercular Cancer Leprous Syphilis Anacardiaceae Rhus t Rhut r Rhus v Mangi Anac Rhus g Berberidaceae Podo Berb Caul Berb a Cacatceae Cactin Carn g Cact Opun v Cere b Anh Cere s Compositae Arn Calen Cham Cina Eup per Tarax Senec Abrot Bell p Inul Echi Conifers Agath a Ter Abies n Pseuts m Thuj Pix Sibin Euphoribiaceae Crot t Manc Casc Acal Euph Hura Still Hamamalidae Myric Cann s Fagu Cann i Jug c Ulm Cast v Jug r Labiatae Menthol Lycops Coll Teucr Lam Teucr s Agn Oci s Orig Leguminosae Meli Bapt Rob Chrysar Cop Bals p Phys Caesal Lath Liliiforae Verat Par Colch Sars Sabada Croc Lil t Helon Agra Orni Aloe Loganiaceae Stry Nux v Spig Upa Gels Ign Cur Ho Magnolianae Camph Nux m Cinnam Myris Asar Arist cl Malvales

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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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  • Alzheimer's Disease | repertory.org
    math problem and enter the result E g for 1 3 enter 4 Log in using OpenID Cancel OpenID login Request new password Who s online There are currently 0 users and 1 guest online Home Alzheimer s Disease From abc net au 1 AM Three new Alzheimer s genes discovered 07 09 2009 International researchers have identified three new genes which they say could advance the diagnosis and treatment of Alzheimers Their findings have been published in the journal Nature Genetics I http www abc net au am content 2009 s2678181 htm 7 Sep 2009 2 Lateline 07 09 2009 Scientists identify Alzheimers linked genes Researchers have found two genes linked to the development of Alzheimers prompting a rethink of how to treat the disease http www abc net au lateline content 2008 s2679199 htm 7 Sep 2009 3 Alzheimer s breakthrough Radio National Breakfast 7 September 2009 The discovery of three genes linked to the development of Alzheimer s has been hailed a giant leap forward for the future treatment of this debilitating disease http www abc net au rn breakfast stories 2009 2678071 htm 7 Sep 2009 This next one is especially interesting as it offers some

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  • Pathology | repertory.org
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  • Miasms - Sankaran | repertory.org
    Solve this simple math problem and enter the result E g for 1 3 enter 4 Log in using OpenID Cancel OpenID login Request new password Who s online There are currently 0 users and 1 guest online Home Miasms Sankaran Acute A strong instincitive reaction from a feeling of acute threat As in Bell Aconitum Stram Verat Arnica Croton tig and Choc Typhoid A critical situation which if handled properly for the critical period will end in total recovery An intense reaction of struggle against the threat Psoric A difficlt situation which requires struggle to succeed The person has doubts and anxiety about his her ability but has hope and failure does not meant the end of the world He must struggle in order to recover or maintian his position Remedies Sulphur Psorinum Lycopodium Not found in the Plant Kingdom so far Sankaran Plants 54 Sankaran System 450 Sankaran Substance 28 Ringworm Alternating periods of struggle with anxiety about success and periods of despair and giving up See Sankaran Plants 54 Malarial Intermittent acute feelings of threat in phases Acute Between phases there is an underlying chronic fixed deficient feeling Sycotic Periodic sudden acute phenomena see Sankaran Plants 54 Sycosis Fixed irredeemable weakness within ones self The patient attempts to cope with it and ide it from others hence he coves it up with egotism compulsive acts and is very secretive Tubercular Intense oppression and a desire for change Intense reaction hectic activity in order to break free from this oppression Eg Abrotanum Acalypha incdica Agraphis Tuberculinum Drosera Calc phos Balsum p Cancer Must perform exceedingly well in order to live up to very high expectations which leads to a sensation of weakness and incapacity within The reaction is a superhuman effort stretching himself beyond the limits of his

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  • Bentley's Miasms | repertory.org
    Grant Bentley from Melbourne Australia has developed a Miasmatic schema based upon Hahnemann s work with his original three misams Consider the following from the Organon 40 Philosophy Two Dissimilar Diseases The Third Caae III Or the new disease after having long acted on the organism at length joins the old one that is dissimilar to it and forms with it a complex disease so that each of them occupies a particular locality in the organism namely the organs peculiarly adapted for it and as it were only the place specially belonging to it while it leaves the rest to the other disease that is dissimilar to it Thus a syphilitic patient may become psoric and vice versa As two diseases dissimilar to each other they cannot remove cannot cure one another At first the venereal symptoms are kept in abeyance and suspended when the psoric eruption begins to appear in course of time however as the syphilis is at least as strong as the psora the two join together 1 that is each involves only those parts of the organism which are most adapted for it and the patient is thereby rendered more diseased and more difficult to cure 1 From careful experiments and cures of complex diseases of this kind I am now firmly convinced that no real amalgamation of the two takes place but that in such cases the one exists in the organism besides the other only each in the parts that are adapted for it and their cure will be completely effected by a judicious alternation of the best mercurial preparation with the remedies specific for the psora each given in the most suitable dose and form The above together with his clinical experience led him to believe that these complex entities could be observed

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  • Miasms | repertory.org
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