Emergency Homeopathic Treatment
What is homeopathy ?
Every science has certain fundamental principles which guidethe whole system.
as a science of medicaltreatment has a philosophy of its own and its therapeutics is based on certain fundamental principles. These are:Law of SimiliaLaw of SimplexLaw of MinimumDoctrine of Drug ProvingTheory of Chronic DiseaseTheory of Vital ForceDoctrine of Drug-DynamisationThese fundamental principles are elaborated in the followingsections.
Law of Similia
Homeopathyis a system of medicine founded on a definite law'Similia Similibus Curantur' which means 'like cures like'. Theword Homeopathy is a Greek derivation where 'homeos' means'similar and pathos means 'suffering'. So Homeopathy may bedefined as the therapeutic method of symptom-similarity. Therecognition of this law was there even before Hahnemann.Paracelus, Hippocrates, and ancient ayurvedic texts have onoccasions mentioned this law. But it was Hahnemann whorecognized the universality of this law and lifted it fromoblivion to make it the basis of a complete system of medicine.According to this system, the choice of the medicine isfundamentally based on the principle that the medicine musthave the capability of producing most similar symptoms of thedisease to be cured in healthy persons. In aphorism 26 of 'Organon of Medicine', Hahnemann states this law: "A weaker dynamic affection is permanently extinguished in the livingorganism by a stronger one, if the latter (whilst differing inkind) is very similar to the former in its manifestations."
Law of Simplex - The Single Remedy
Hahnemann in aphorisms 272-274 of ' Organon of Medicine'states that only one single, simple medicinal substance is to be