Miasmatic Prescribing - 2nd extended edition

Miasmatic Prescribing - 2nd extended edition

  • Dr. S. K. Banerjea

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Overview

A ready reference for all things miasmatic. Includes philosophy, diagnostic classification and differentiation, clinical tips, with a miasmatic repertory and miasmatic profiles for remedies.
India
294 pp pb
ISBN 0-9542124-0-1

Details

This book on Miasmatic Prescribing includes philosophy, diagnostic classification and differentiation, clinical tips, with a miasmatic repertory and miasmatic profiles for remedies.

This is an expanded version of the earlier Miasmatic Diagnosis (which is now the second of four parts.)

Contents

PREFACE
MIASM: DR. BANERJEA'S DEFINITON
MIASM: DR. BANERJEA'S TEN PRINCIPLES

PART-I: PHILOSOPHY & UTILITY
Introduction
The Utility and Incorporation of Miasm in Prescribing
Contaminated Picture
Conjoint Picture
Scarcity of Symptoms
Uncovering the Layers.
Classical Miasmatic Prescribing
Why Should We Know Miasm?
The Philosophy of Miasm
Miasm - The Contagium Vivum
Differentiations of Pseudo-Psora and Tubercular Miasms
Key Words and Criteria
Basic Criteria of the Four
Great Miasms
Infection and Implementation
Miasmatic Infection and Its Criteria
The Source of Miasmatic Infection
Susceptibility: The Precondition
Transmission of Miasmatic Infection and Dyscrasia:
Though Pathologically Sterile

Psora is Infectious
Artificial Chronic Disease: Drug-Miasm
Vaccinosis: A Miasmatic Dyscrasia of Sycosis
Miasmatic Interpretation in Chronic Prescribing
Implementation of Miasms in Prescribing: Conclusion
Terminologies
Acute Miasm
Chronic Miasm
Miasmatic State: Dr. Banerjea's Definition
Diathesis
Miasmatic Diseases
Comparison of Pseudo-psora with Syco-psora
Anti-Miasmatic Medicine
Hahnemannian Classification of Miasms
The Rationality of Miasm
Miasm: The expression
Expressions of Miasm by other Authors
The Dynamic Pathology of Hahnemann
Modus Operandi
Three Criteria of Miasmatic Disease
The Scientific Basis of The Miasm Theory
The Clinical and Practical Utility of Miasms

The Practical Utility of the Miasmatic Theory
Reappearance of Suppressions &
The Clinical Utility of Miasmatic Theory

Psora & Its States
The Qualifying Condition of Psora
Primary, Latent, Secondary and Tertiary Psora
Primary Psora
Latent Psora
Secondary Psora
Tertiary Psora
Order of Progression in Chronic Disease
(applicable to all four miasms)

Hahnemannian Dynamism
Hahnemannian Conception and Modern Bacteriology
Kill the Bacteria, Cure the Disease, a Futility
Psoric Miasm and Tubercular Bacilli
Layers of Miasmatic States
Layers of Predisposition
Development of Symptoms
Layers of Predisposing Weakness
Unfolding of Miasmatic Layers
& Removal of Suppression

Plan of Miasmatic Treatment:
Amendment to the Plan as the
Surface Miasm Changes

Dr. Banerjea's Approach to a
Plan of Miasmatic Treatment

The Nature of Miasm
Hahnemann's Conclusive Evidence That
Psora is not a predisposition but a Disease

The Contagious, Infectious Principle
of the Psoric Miasm

The Psoric Miasm Was Not Related
To Itch-mite Disease Only

Psora and the Cause of Diseases
Extirpation of Psora
Cessante Cause, Cessat Effectus
Suppression of Primary Psora
Reappearance of Primary Psora
The Cure of Psora
Predilections

Skin and Psora;
Mucus Membranes and Sycosis:
Predilections

Miasm and its Dyscrasias

Dr. Banerjea's Ancestral &
Clinical Tips on Miasmatic Prescribing

Psora
Pseudo-Psora
Sycosis
Syphilis
Tubercular
Mixed Miasmatic States
Miasmatic Characteristics
Miasm & Bacteria
Philosophy & Misconceptions
Hahnemannian Conception:
The Origin of Psora:
The Itch Eruption and Its Suppression

Misconception: Do Not Confuse Scabies
(Itch) with the Hahnemannian Conception
of the Psoric Itch Eruption

Dr. Banerjea's Explanatory Logic and Interpretation

Kentian Conception:
Psora, The Spiritual Sickness

Hahnemannian & Kentian Conception:
Psora, The Foundation of all Sickness

Misconception: Psora, The Common Mother
Psora, The Foundation of All Sickness
an Inductive Logic Dr. Banerjea's Explanatory
Logic and Interpretation

Although Psora Causes Susceptibility To
Sickness It is not only a Dyscrasias but
a Disease Process Itself

Hahnemann's Self Contradiction:
He was free from Psora but prone
to Acute Ailments:
Dr. Banerjea's Explanatory Logic
and Interpretation

Psora is not a Predisposition but
a Disease itself: Dr. Banerjea's
Explanatory Logic and Interpretation

The Prior State of Predisposition
is Susceptibility: Dr. Banerjea's
Explanatory Logic and Interpretation

Psora: Generally Manifests Functional
Disorders but can also result in
Structural Changes

Misconception:
Psora is Only a Functional Disease

Largest Sarcomatous Tumour Under Psora
in its Tertiary Stage: Dr. Banerjea's
Explanatory Logic and Interpretation

Psora like other Fundamental Miasms,
Transmits Generation to Generation:
Heriditary Transmission

Misconception: Spontaneous Hereditary
Transmission of Psora

Dynamic Pathology

PART-II: MIASMATIC DIAGNOSTIC CLASSIFICATIONS.
Comparison of Mental Symptoms
Comparison of Characteristics and Nature
Comparison of Vertigo Symptoms
Comparison of Head & Scalp Symptoms
Comparison of the Eye Symptoms
Comparison of the Ear Symptoms
Comparison of Nasal Symptoms
Comparison of the Oral Symptoms
Comparison of the Facial Symptoms
Comparison of the Respiratory Symptoms
Comparison of the Cardiac Symptoms
Comparison of the Stomach Symptoms
Comparison of the Abdominal Symptoms
Comparison of the Rectal Symptoms
Comparison of the Urinary Symptoms
Comparison of the Sexual Symptoms
Comparison of the Dermatological Symptoms
Comparison of the Nail Symptoms
Comparison of the Extremity Symptoms
Comparison of Sleep Symptoms
Comparison of Modality Symptoms
Comparison of Characteristics: A Synopsis

PART-III: MIASMATIC DIAGNOSIS OF CLINICAL CLASSIFICATIONS
Psychiatric Clinicals
Ophthalmological Clinicals
Clinicals of the Ear.
Clinicals of the Nose.
Oral Clinicals
Clinicals of the Respiratory System
Cardiac Clinicals
Gastric Clinicals
Abdominal Clinicals
Clinicals of the Rectum
Urinary Clinicals
Sexual Clinicals
Dermatological Clinicals
Clinicals of the Extremities
Classification of Mixed Miasmatic Clinicals

PART-IV: MIASMATIC ANCESTRAL TIPS
Clinical Tips on Natural Characteristics
Clinical Tips on Pediatric Characteristics
Clinical Tips on Pimples
Clinical Tips on Influenza
Clinical Tips on Dementias
Clinical Tips on Bronchospasm
Clinical Tips on Cancer

Ten Symptomatological Enunciations of
Cancerous Manifestations and Their
Corresponding Miasmatics

Prophylactic Aspect of Homoeopathic
Medicine in Cancer
Clinical Tips on Rheumatism
Miasmatics of Rheumatic Manifestations
Miasmatics of Rheumatic Modalities
Clinical Tips on Eczema
Clinical Tips on Aids

Miasmatic Interpretation of the Various
Symptomatic Manifestations of AIDS

Clinical Tips on Migraine
Miasmatic Interpretation of Migraine
Clinical Tips on Nutrition and Foods

PART-V: MIASMATIC REPERTORY
Miasmatic Repertory of Mental .Symptoms
Miasmatic Repertory of Vertigo Symptoms
Miasmatic Repertory of Head Symptoms
Miasmatic Repertory of Eye Symptoms
Miasmatic Repertory of Ear Symptoms
Miasmatic Repertory of Nose Symptoms
Miasmatic Repertory of Mouth Symptoms
Miasmatic Repertory of Facial Symptoms
Miasmatic Repertory of Respiratory Symptoms
Miasmatic Repertory of Cardiac Symptoms
Miasmatic Repertory of Stomach Symptoms
Miasmatic Repertory of Abdominal Symptoms
Miasmatic Repertory of Sexual Symptoms
Miasmatic Repertory of Urinary Symptoms
Miasmatic Repertory of Rectal Symptoms
Miasmatic Repertory of Skin Symptoms
Miasmatic Repertory of Nail Symptoms
Miasmatic Repertory of Extremity Symptoms
Miasmatic Repertory of Sleep Symptoms
Miasmatic Repertory of Modality Symptoms.

PART-VI: MIASMATIC WEIGHT AGE OF MEDICINES
Leading Anti-Miasmatic
Medicines
Leading Anti-Psoric Medicines
Leading Anti-Sycotic Medicines
Leading Anti-Syphilitic Medicines
Leading Anti-Tubercular Medicines
Leading Tri-Miasmatics
INDEX
Born in Calcutta, India, in 1957, Dr. Subrata Kumar Banerjea is the fourth generation in a distinguished homeopathic family. He practices in the UK and in India, where he also acts as a Clinical consultant at various rural and inner city clinics.

BHMS, Honours in Nine Subjects, Calcutta University
Fellow, Akademie Homoopathischer Deutscher Zentralverien, Germany
Director, Bengal Allen Medical Institute
Principal, Allen College of Homeopathy, Essex, England