MEDICINA FUTURA HOMOEOPATHY
Vol III No 3 Jan '93
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CELEBRATING the Gutman year, experts from his book titled The Prolongation of Life covering nutrition is carried in this issue. Manu Kothari and Lopa Mehta's article on Cancer realism is a continuation of the same, in the preceeding issues. Concluding the article Hahnemann (first part appeared in Oct '92 issue) Martin Grumpert has climaxed his essay with the assertion that the doctrine of Hahnemann has the character of a medical commandment.
In the words of the author, who is fascinated by Hahnemann, Hahnemann is described as "A fanatic, driven by indomitable conscience, unwilling and unable to compromise, an iron labourer, a volcano of creativeness, a pedantic craftsman, a strange mixture of egocentric realism and religious idealism. This German gypsy, who could neither live without a home nor settle down anywhere, this almost weird paradox of steadiness and restlessness of Gemutlicheit and aggression, of sentimentality and stubborn hardness, full of suspicion and overflowing with a visionary optimism, is to me an encyclopedia of human weakness and greatness.
Other interesting cases: Pyrexia treated by Pyrogen, Malaria with Gelsemium>. Therapeutic pointers: Use of Bryonia and Rhus-tox> alternately; Rhus-venerata for itching ameliorated by hot water.