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THE PHARMA REVIEW (JULY - AUGUST 2012)

A Clinical Research-Oriented Study on the Efficacy of Causal Prescription in Homoeopathy

Dr. Atul B. Modi1, Dr. D. B. Sharma2

Introduction:
 
Definition: A prescription is the written statement of the suggestion of a remedy. As far as homoeopathic system of medicine is concerned, a prescription should aim at the patient and his individual reaction to the disease. But there are practical difficulties in obtaining the totality of symptoms.
The immediate cause of the present illness, if determinable or its exciting factor will be a great aid in the administration of the remedy but this factor is responsible for exciting the probable fundamental cause of the chronic disease. This, Dr. Hahnneman teaches in aphorism 5 and in footnote of aphorism 206. Causes of a much more important character than these remembered noxious influences must lie at the root of the initiation and progress of a serious, obstinate disease of long standing, the assigned causes could only rouse in to activity, the latent chronic miasm. Every patient has a primary cause and the exciting cause (factor) is the secondary cause. Exciting cause is the secondary cause and is responsible for arousing the fundamental (primary) cause.

 

 

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