- You have to wait, when the patient feels better.
- Never give a remedy when you don’t get a clear picture of the patient. Its better give placebo till a clear picture appears.
- Never give a new remedy as long as the homeopathic picture is still changing. (If patient is suffering seriously, then only you can give new remedy.)
- Do not be too impatient to give something when an old symptom or group of old symptoms comes back, even when it bothers the patient.
- Never give a new remedy when any discharge or skin eruption appears after a former remedy and when the patient feels better in general.
- You have to wait, when after the remedy most of the symptoms have disappeared. Even if the patient seems to have some remaining symptoms, wait for action of remedy stops.
- Never change a remedy that has worked well. In case of a relapse, repeat the same remedy in the same potency. If this does not work, give a higher potency and if need be a lower potency, before leaving this remedy.
- You will spoil the case, if you repeat a remedy too quickly, you can disturb the action of the previous remedy.
- Only repeat a remedy that working well in case of a complete relapse . It means give the same remedy when the state of patient is same as he visited you for the first time.
- Never give a new remedy when the symptoms follows Hering’s Law of Cure.
Saturday, 12 September 2020
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