Repertory of the Homoeopathic Materia Medica and a Word Index

Repertory of the Homoeopathic Materia Medica and a Word Index

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Author/Editor: Kent, J T
Publisher: B Jain Publishers Pvt Ltd
Date: 1989
Binding: Hardcover
Condition: USED - Good. “Enriched Indian Edition” reprinted from sixth American edition. Significant wear and to top edge and corners of dust jacket. All pages unmarked and intact.

Publishers’ Note to the Enriched Indian Edition:

Since the day we had established as publishers of the homoeopathic books in India, we had a keen desire to present master Kent’s Repertory of the Homoeopathic Meteria Madica in such a clean cut form which may be free from the major mistakes and which may prove more fruitful to the members of the profession to such a greater extent that they could be able to achieve unfailing success in treating their patients all through their busy life.

This is with God’s grace that we have been worthy of our endeavouring efforts and the net result is in your blessed hands in the shape of the present Edition of this Repertory.

The striking features of the present work comprise of such an invaluable material which broadens one’s understanding to have a better knowledge of the guiding principles of repertorising the so many remedies of our materia medica and finding out the exact similimum without much searching and consulting. In that we have added to it the learned author’s masterly articles “Use of the Repertory”, “How to Study the Repertory” and “How to use the Repertory”, as well as Dr. M.L. Tyler’s “Repertorising” and the repertorial hints on “Dr. Gibson Miller’s Hot and Cold Remedies.” Doubtless to say that they are those crowned articles which serve the physicians as guide-teachers in achieving the desired goals.

Similarly, there is more attracting a thing in it and that is the inclusion of Boger’s “The Sides of the Body and Drug Affinities” taken from the Boenninghausen’s Therapeutic Pocket Book and Miller’s “Relationship to Remedies and their Duration of Action” by which one will have to admit that while going for the selection of a remedy one need not bother for other books, but to consult the one and that is the present volume.

Again it is with the persistent demand of the members of the profession all over the universe that this Edition is being presented in its improved shape with word index to make it more handy and comfortable in tracking out the desired rubrics and the pages allotted to each.