correct way of giving symptoms1 The success of the prescription depends largely upon your ability to describe your symptoms. ANSWER NO QUESTION BY YES OR NO makes you reply in full giving all the particulars example to simply write. I have the head ache, the backache, an eruption or a cough would not be a guide in the selection of a homeopathic remedy. Such statements are too general and do but little good. It would be more guessing to select, one out of a little good. It would be more guessing to select, one out of a possible hundred remedies. But when you add to the above statement, I have the headache, the individual peculiarities, sharp shooting pains in the left side of the head and temple, you simplify the selection of the remedy very much. When you further add that the pains, always come on when the lightest cold air touches the head and the pains are much less when lying down or covering up the head warmly and much worse when rising up walking about or when the head becomes cool. You then state just what is required for the right selection of the remedy. THIS IS CALLED INDIVIDUALIZING THE CASE.
2. To accomplish desirable results every case must be individualized, every symptom from head to feet, must be given, every variations from positive health must be known. WHATEVER IS NOT AS IT SHOULD BE IS A SYMPTOM AND MUST BE RECORDED.
3. While taking medicines it is necessary to abstain from any other kind of medicines as far as possible, though a new concept of POLYPATHY is fast creeping in. Dont use camphor, perfumes, liniments, gargles, and likes.
4. Very often the curative remedy will cause an aggravation at first, or at the first menstrual period, but this is a good sign/indication and should not be interfered with. Let the remedy have its perfect work.
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