Syllabus

Syllabi 

 

PART I

Overview of Homeopathy

Homeopathy and its Regulation

Royal Copeland, MD, Homeopath, Senator

The Survival of Homeopathy

The Origin and Evolution of Homeopathy

The Basic Principles of Homeopathy

The Homeopathic Remedy

The Preparation of Homeopathic Remedies

The X, C, K, and LM Potencies

Various Forms of Homeopathic Remedies

Packaging of Homeopathic Remedies

Administering Homeopathic Single Remedies and Complexes

Technique of Administration

Potency Selection

Frequency of Administration

Using the Materia Medica and Repertory

The Pathogenesis

Using the Materia Medica

The Nature of Symptoms

Using the Repertory

 

PART II

Basic Concepts of Clinical Homeopathy

Biology, the Basic Knowledge

The Notion of “Milieu” or Environment

The Evolution of Life Forms

What is an Enzyme?

Vitality and Health

The Law of Parasitism

The Somatids’ Cycle and the Environment

Health, Diseases and Life Cycles

What is Health?

What is Disease?

Toxins

The Origin of Disease

How Disease Generates

The Evolution of Chronic Disease

Where Do Toxins Come From?

Health and Disease: The Different Conditions of a Patient

The Conditions

The Sthenic Condition

The Transitory Condition

The Asthenic Condition

Treating the Deficiency Syndrome

Marasmus Condition

The Constitutional Typology of Dr. Henri Bernard

Constitutional Typology and Chronic Disease

The Sulfur Type

The Carbonic Type

The Phosphoric Type

The Mixed Types

Anamnesis and Diagnosis

 

PART III

The Practice of Clinical Homeopathy

The Sthenic Condition

The Transitory Condition

Chronic Diseases and the Deficiency Syndrome

The Asthenic Condition

Bringing All the Clues Together To Diagnose and Prescribe

The Marasmus Condition