Quote of the Day


Repertory

Repertory has a lot of utilities:

  1. It helps to find the Similimum
  2. It helps to study Materia Medica
  3. It helps in Case Taking
Kent's Repertory

Kent's Repertory is based on Philosophy of 'Deductive Logic' i.e. from Generals to Particulars. So there will be mention of a symptom and a remedy at a general level and we go deeper the symptom will start getting more and more specific. For Example:

  1. Anxiety has 417 remedies
  2. Anxiety, morning has 54 remedies
  3. Anxiety, morning, waking on, has 30 remedies
So as you change your perspective the remedy starts getting more and more specific to a more precise experience of the patient.

Boenninghausen's Repertory

Boenninghausen's Repertory is based on the philosophy of 'Grand Generalisation' i.e. from Particulars to Generals. This philosophy implies that whatever is applicable to a part or a particular organ is applicable to the whole person / body.

You can refer to the chapters of this repertory and search through them in the fastest online.
It can guide you to deeper understanding of hundreds of medicines with the

  1. Reverse Repertory
  2. Single Remedy Rubrics

Reverse Repertory

Homoeopathic literature is vast and includes thousands of pages of information on remedies in form of repertories. To extract this information manually it will be an impossible task. The reverse repertory simplifies this task. One can

  1. Create Complete Materia Medica from Repertories.
  2. Compare two extracts of remedies.
  3. Create key notes of remedies
  4. Get information of rare remedies.
  5. Get group symptoms of plant, animal or their sub groups.
  6. Single Remedy Rubrics
  7. Create material for future references.

Top