This answer key is out of print - the material is now incorporated into the new Repertory Workbook
This is the best preparation tool available for writing the CHC exam to obtain homeopathic certification.
This text from Karen Allen has become the standard for learning Kent's repertory, and is widely used in homeopathic schools across North America. The second edition has been completely revised and includes additional information from Christina Chambreau DVM, about use of the repertory for veterinary cases.
This book presents the various theoretical questions from the Kent and Boenninghausen Repertories, systematically arranged in a question-answer format.
This is a dandy little book, meant to guide any student through the intricacies of Kent's Repertory.
Edited by T.F. Allen, this work is often prized for its section on concordances; describing similarities between medicines. The current resurgence of interest in the Boenninghausen method has practitioners giving this gem a second look.
In Choudhuri's capacity as the Principal of the Bengal Allen Homoeopathic Medical College he had to deal very largely with Materia Medica, and this treatise is the outcome of the lectures delivered to the students. Almost all the known remedies have been embodied in this volume with the exceptions of a very few minor ones of empirical and unauthenticated nature.
Coulter writes about children from infancy through adolescence, offering homeopathic insights into body, mind and personality types.
Coulter has been a major influence in introducing homeopathic archetypes to students and practitioners. She offers very readable adjuncts to the drier writing styles of the older materia medica. All 3 volumes, at a savings of $6.95 per volume.
Coulter has been a major influence in introducing homeopathic archetypes to students and practitioners. She offers very readable adjuncts to the drier writing styles of the older materia medica.
Continuing her endeavor to offer ideas about materia medica in reader-friendly fashion, Coulter continues to introduce homeopathic archetypes in Volume 2
Expanding Views of the Materia Medica. Coulter completes her trilogy of popular materia medica maintaining her very readable style.
This guide is a tool to explain Kent's Repertory; its origins, its manner of construction and its logic. A chapter on case taking helps the practitioner to more effectively understand his patient and arrive at the indicated remedy.
The author demystifies the Boenninghausen method with this practical little book.
A guide to translating the patients words into terms used in Kent's Repertory of Materia Medica. Especially helpful to students trying to grasp the appropriate use of the mental rubrics. However, practitioners can also benefit from this material.
These lectures, given about eight years after the death of Hahnemann, draw from the author's correspondence with masters like Hering, Lippe and Gross and capture the Zeitgeist of what was a new medical revolution.
Tips on how to use and study the repertory precede Kent's instructions on repertorising, grading and eliminating symptoms.
Master has written a valuable aid to students trying to unravel the intricacies of the repertory’s mind section.
Offering hundreds of multiple choice questions and answers, this is a helpful study aid, especially if preparing for the exams that earn the designation CCH. Materia medica, repertory, pharmacy and Organon are examined.
Pack 1 (of 2) covers 60 remedies spanning many polychrests, and the most commonly used acute remedies. A good study resource for all students of materia medica
60 cards covering more polychrests, and acute remedies. Important aspects of the mineral family, as well as traditional nosodes are included.
Roy presents key ideas in a format that can be followed from cover to cover or read selectively. This book can be studied on its own or as a companion to Roy's A First Materia Medica for Homeopathy
This is a really good reference for understanding tricky rubrics or for finding the location of rubrics when one only knows the common term.
With chapters on Books, Repertories, How to Study, Potencies and Doses, Taking the Case, Office Procedures, and a series of therapeutic lessons, the author endeavours to lay the foundation for the study of homeopathy.