People, generally, have been heard saying that the Homoeopathic medicines are slow acting, but the fact is contrary. Experience has shown that the infinitely small doses of the indicated Homoeopathic medicine when used singly in proper dose as explained by Hahnemann in his ?Organon? act like charm, especially in acute diseases of various kinds (it can be said that in all cases of acute diseases of various kinds). Often the results are simply astonishing. The results confirm the proposition as related by Hahnemann in Aphorism 149 of his fifth edition of Organon. Some so called Homoeopaths who use combinations or practice polypharmacy, put forward the lame excuse that everything has greatly changed since the time of Hahnemann. No doubt, lot of changes has taken place during past two centuries, since the time of Hahnemann. When Hahnemann discovered Homoeopathy, even the microscope was not used in the field of medicine, today there are very sophisticated electronic gadgets in use to locate minutest changes in the physiology and pathology of an individual. But, the laws of nature, which came into being in the beginning of life, not to say during the past two centuries, is there any change in these laws of nature?
Nosodes is a term derived from the Greek word NOSO ? which signifies the prefix added to the word to form an idea of disease or indicating a relation to the disease.
1. – Relief comes from the appearance of discharges or eruptions.
1. – Yellow saddle across the nose; also yellow spots on the face.
1. – Great pain in root of tongue when swallowing.
1. – Excessive fullness and distension of the abdomen, with flatulence, relieved by eructations.
1. – Sensation as if a fish bone, or splinter were sticking in the throat.
1. – Constant urging to stool, followed by a sudden, pasty, offensive evacuation of a dirty green colour, which is forcibly shot out of the rectum.
1. – Intermittents; periodicity, clock-like in its regularity, especially when originating in damp, warm, marshy climates, or in tropical countries, and obstinately recurring.
1. – Stitching, digging, tearing or pulsative pain in region of one or the other kidneys; violent stitching cutting pains from kidneys to bladder and urethra.