Miasms and Nosodes
OverviewThis new classification of miasmatic remedies is highly practical and opens a new chapter in homeopathy, demystifying and redefining the existing miasms, while adding several important new ones.
This book is in a class of its own. As Rajan Sankaran is known for plant remedies and Jan Scholten for the periodic table, Louis Klein will be known for miasms and nosodes.
526 pp hb
Louis Klein is one of the leading homeopaths worldwide. His latest book on miasms and nosodes is a ground-breaking pioneer work in the field of homeopathy.
On the basis of his broad clinical experience, Louis Klein attributes many known remedies to miasmatic states. A miasmatic state becomes the core idea around which similar remedies are grouped.
For example the Tetanus miasm comprises not only Tetanus nosode but also remedies like Hypericum, Angustura, Helodrilus, Tellurium. It is clinically linked also with tetanic syndromes, spasms or even convulsions.
This new classification of miasmatic remedies is highly practical and opens a new chapter in homeopathy, demystifying and redefining the existing miasms, while adding several important new ones.
It also introduces new remedies like Johneinum and Helodrilus, which he has proved extensively. So Louis Kleinís work on miasms and nosodes is indeed a homeopathic milestone.
In this first volume Louis Klein presents in-depth information on:
- Burkholderiales including the Pertussis miasm
- Clostridiales including the Tetanus miasm
- Corynebacteria including the Diphtheria miasm
- Mycobacteria including the Tubercular and Leprosy miasms
- plus the newly proven remedy Johneinum, linked to the Crohnís disease miasm
- Enterobacteriales including the Bach Bowel Nosodes
- the Typhoid and Yersinia miasms
- and Parasitic Protozoa and Parasitic miasms including the Malaria and Toxoplasmosis miasms.
All this practical information is illustrated throughout with excellent case examples from two decades of homeopathic practice, which speak for themselves.
ContentsAcknowledgments -- 4
Foreword by Jan Scholten -- 5
Introduction -- 7
Identifying Miasms and Nosodes, and the History of Miasms -- 9
History of Miasms in Homeopathy -- 13
New Microbiological Practicalities -- 32
Identifying and Prescribing Nosodes -- 40
Burkholderiales -- 53
Hippozaeninum -- 55
Pertussis Miasm -- 64
Pertussinum Nosode -- 69
Clostridiales. -- 89
Botulinum Nosode -- 91
Clostridium perfringens Nosode -- 101
The Tetanus Miasm -- 110
Tetanus Nosode -- 118
ACTINOMYCETALES -- 129
ACTINOMYCETALES : Corynebacterium -- 131
Diphtherinum Nosode -- 134
Propionibacterium acnes Nosode -- 154
Actinomycetales: Mycobacterium -- 163
The Tubercular Miasm -- 166
Tubercular Nosode Remedies -- 180
Bacillinum Burnett Nosode -- 189
Tuberculinum bovinum Nosode -- 217
Tuberculinum aviaire Nosode. -- 238
Leprosy Miasm -- 254
Leprominium, The Leprosy Nosode -- 258
Johneinum Nosode -- 284
Proving of Johneinum -- 297
Enterobacteriales -- 363
Bach Bowel Nosodes -- 365
Proteus (Bach) -- 374
Colibacillinum -- 381
Typhoid Miasm and Eberthinum (Typhoid Nosode) -- 391
Yersinia Miasm -- 407
Yersinia pestis Nosode -- 416
Yersinia enterocolitica Nosode -- 430
Rattus -- 438
Parasitic Protozoa -- 455
Parasitic Miasm or Parasitic Group -- 457
Malaria Miasm and Malaria Compound Nosode -- 463
Toxoplasmosis Nosode -- 488
Index of remedies -- 509
General index -- 517