Clinical Organon of Medicines
This is the third edition of The Bedside Organon of Medicine, which reiterates that "to improve one's practice, one needs to strictly adhere to the fundamental principles of homeopathy as taught by Hahnemann."
The publisher: This book is basically the third edition of "The Bedside Organon of Medicine" which is being presented to the profession of Homeopathy after a gap of seven years. The purpose of writing this edition was constant demand from students and practitioners. To improve one's practice, one needs to strictly adhere to the fundamental principles of homeopathy as taught by Hahnemann. When we try to evaluate the success of senior homeopathic physicians with more than 15-20 years of experience, we find the success varies greatly between 25-75%. What is the reason of such a wide gap? The main reasons could be lack of knowledge and skills and inability to apply the right methodology. Thus, failure can be due to reasons that can be grouped under defects in case taking, case analysis, poor knowledge of Materia Medica, wrong assessment of follow-ups, etc. Realizing the above defects in the profession, the author started writing this book in most easy and simple language, so that a beginner can easily follow logic and principles of Homeopathy. In 1996, he wrote the first edition, followed by the second edition in 1999. He has been greatly inspired by the writings of Hahnemann, Boenninghausen, Hering, Dunham, Guernsey, P.P. Wells, Andre Saine, George Vithoulkas and Luc de Schepper.