SYSTEMATIZATION OF HOMEOPATHIC REMEDIES SELECTION

Golovakha M.A., Pomaz A.F., Maslij L.I, Gleb S. V., Pozdnyakov V.

                       SYSTEMATIZATION OF HOMEOPATHIC REMEDIES SELECTION

Research institute INMED Kiev, healing center «Agapit» Ternopol; Dr Gleb S. V. Ivano-Frankivsk, Dr. Pozdnyakova’s gomeopathic clinic Odessa

The summary table represents the systematization of homeopathic medicines.
Positions agreed between the authors are represented in bold.
Those which are not in bold and with a question mark are doubtful, not approved by all coauthors.

Golovakha M.A., Pomaz A.F., Maslij L.I, Gleb S. V., Pozdnyakov V.

                       SYSTEMATIZATION OF HOMEOPATHIC REMEDIES SELECTION

Research institute INMED Kiev, healing center «Agapit» Ternopol; Dr Gleb S. V. Ivano-Frankivsk, Dr. Pozdnyakova’s gomeopathic clinic Odessa

The summary table represents the systematization of homeopathic medicines.
Positions agreed between the authors are represented in bold.
Those which are not in bold and with a question mark are doubtful, not approved by all coauthors.

 

Prepa-ration

Metal

Mineral Металл Минерал

Animal

Vegetable poison

Vegetable

Norm

RC

 

+

+

+

 

 

7

     Mo? P

Psorin

 

Allium саера

(onion)

 

6

Mn?   S

 

Opium

Camfora

 

5

Au   As

Та

Ni

U

Sticta  pulmonale

(mushroom)

Lahesis?

Memfitis? (skunk)

Drosera

Sambucus (elder) Ignatia

Bryonia

Phytolacca? Rumex ? (sorrel)

 

4

Сu?

Pt

Cd

Crotalus

(rattlesnake)

Naja

(cobra)

Auacardium

Secale    cornutum

(ergot)

Lycopodium

 

3

Ag?

 F?

Cl?

 

Nux Vomica

Sacharus

(sugar) Chamomilla

 

 

3

 

Leech?

Colocynthis

Mentha? (mint)

 

2

Bi?    N

Cantaris

(Spanish fly)

Bufo rana (toad) Castoreum (beaver)

Aristolochia

 

Staphyzagria

(larkspur)

Cimicifuga

(Black cohosh) Pulsatilla   ? (pasque-flower)

 

1

Hg?    ?

Tarantula

Medusa?

Stramonium

Hyosciamus

(henbane)

Urtica (nettle)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

The first column of the table

The first column contains the number of a controlling or regulatory center (RC). In a human body there are seven such centers. They correspond to the Indian concept of \»chakra\» and from the perspective of information theory they are a complex of structures of the endocrine, nervous and immune systems (of all 3 systems for information exchange) that govern the couple of the working organs. The data presented below are the result of our analysis and integration of Indian (chakras), Chinese (channels) and European (anatomical structure) medicine with the theory of functional systems (common functions are of the primary importance, not the fact how closely they are situated, not their structure, etc.) and with the theory of bioinformatics (exchange of information in living systems).

If we imagine that a person stands vertically, the highest is the 7th center. Therefore, the numbering goes from top to bottom. The 3rd RC manages two pairs of organs, so it is listed in the table twice.

The 7th center consists of the epiphysis (an endocrine gland), the limbic system (a part of the nervous system),is responsible for functioning of the hollow body of nasopharynx, parenchymal organs of senses (eye, ear, tongue, receptors percepting smells) and implements the function of connection of a human with the outside world, receiving information and substance from the outside.

The 6th center consists of the pituitary (an endocrine gland), the brain (a part of the nervous system), is responsible for the hollow organ of vessels, parenchymal endocrine organs (the pituitary gland controls the operation of all other endocrine glands) and implements the function of cognition, information processing and analysis, production of controlling signals and programs.

The 5th center consists of the thyroid gland (an endocrine gland), the cervical plexus (a part of the nervous system), and the appendix (a part of the immune system), is responsible for the hollow body of the large intestine, lung parenchymal organ and implements the function of accounting and control of received / given substances and information in the world. One of the functions of the center — the reabsorption of substances (in the large intestine) and speech (transmission of information to other people).

The 4th center consists of endocrine cells of the small intestine (in total there are quite a few of them — more than 500 grams), mediastinal plexus (a part of the nervous system), and thymus (a part of the immune system), is responsible for the hollow body of the small intestine, the heart parenchymal organ and implements the function of redistribution of resources to different organs and systems, selective intake of necessary substances from the outside world (small intestine).
Traditionally, the center is connected with a feeling of love. If we look at love as a voluntary redistribution of resources in favor of another person, it becomes clear why the mammary gland is located in the 4th center. It is the embodiment of maternal love, the voluntary reallocation of resources in favor of a newborn baby.

The third center consists of the pancreas (ie, endocrine cells of the islets of Langerhans), the solar plexus (a part of the nervous system) and the spleen (a part of the immune system) and is responsible for two pairs of organs. The upper pair consists of a hollow body of stomach, a parenchymal organ of pancreas (its exocrine) and implements the function of acceptance of substances from the outside world.
The lower pair consists of a hollow body of the gallbladder, the liver parenchymal organ and serves for the production and stockpiling of energy (the will power center).

The 2nd center consists of the gonads (an endocrine gland), the pelvic plexus (a part of the nervous system), and lymph nodes of the pelvis (a part of the immune system), is responsible for the hollow organ of the genital tract, the parenchymal organ of the uterus (prostate) and performs the function of receiving genetic information from a partner to give birth to an offspring. This process also requires interpersonal skills and desire, which is also the responsibility of the 2nd RC.

1st center consists of the adrenal gland (an endocrine gland), the adrenal plexus (a part of the nervous system), is responsible for the hollow body of the bladder, kidneys parenchymal organ and has the function of self-preservation.
The center is responsible for the formation of a database of knowledge, a person\’s own philosophical system, the basic attitudes. Comparing the object of the external world with the available data, a person can estimate how dangerous /safe it is.

                                                          Data represented in the table

Vegetable

Vegetable poison

Animal

Metal

Miasm

Mineral

 

 

 

 

Ge H+

Psorim

Coffea

 

 

?    Ва

Tub.?

Ginkgo

 

 

 

 

Chocolate

Tabacum

Spongia

Al   I

Medor-

Aloe

Thuja

( sponge )

Li

rin

 

Sabina=Juniperum

Badiaga

 

 

 

( juniper )

( river sponge)

 

 

 

Terebentina

Corallum

 

 

 

( turpentine )

rubrum

 

 

 

Cocculus?

( coral )

 

 

Crategus

Beladonna

Lac canina

?    К

Cance-

( hawthorn )

Conium

(dog’s milk)

 

rosin

Meliotus?

( hemlock – cicuta)

Lac humana

 

 

( melilot )

Digitalis

Alcohol ?

 

 

 

Rauwolfia?

Vinegar ?

 

 

Arnica

Rhus tox

Apis mel.

Fe   Se?

Luisi-

 

 

(bee)

Zn

num

 

 

 

Cr

 

Aesculus

Chelidoniun

Sepia

Ni? Ca

 

( chestnut )

( celandine )

( cuttlefish )

Pb? Mg

 

Taraxacum

Cina=Artemisia?

 

 

 

( dandelion )

 

 

 

 

 

Lilium Tigrinum

Mochus?

Se?

 

 

 

(musk)

Pa?

 

 

 

Ambra?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Veratrum

Aconit

Octopus?

?    Na

 

album

(борец)

 

 

 

( hellebore )

 

 

 

 

The table is based on the well-known works on the systematization of homeopathic remedies written by Sankaran, Scholten, as well as on the basis of a complex diagnostics by R. Voll with testing of homeopathic drugs on more than 150 patients. Diagnostics was carried out at several stages:

1) registration of the damaged organs;
2) identification of organs hyper- or hypo- function (+ surplus — deficiency);
3) ) identification of cause-effect relationship in disorders and elimination of minor disorders;
4) testing of a range of alleged homeopathic remedies;
5) comparison of testing data and effectiveness of prescribed homeopathic remedies with the hyper / hypo-function of certain Regulatory centers and related organs;
6) Tracking of the dynamics of substitution of required homeopathic remedies (which drug follows which).

In the middle of the table there is a column \»Norm.\» If it is the norm, no drugs are needed.
To the left of this column, according to the degree of increase in excess of functioning of the center and its corresponding organs, we can see rows of drugs.
Herbal medicine — plant poison — animal product — metal and mineral.
To the right of this column, in accordance with the degree of organ deficiency, there is the same line of preparations.
Herbal medicine — plant poison — animal product — metal and mineral.
I.e. such alternation characterizes the deepening of the pathological process.

At the beginning of the disease the disorder can be corrected by a humble herbal preparation, then the deterioration of the situation will require a more rare and more significant signal, a stronger signal (a plant poison), followed by tissue destruction, \»patches\» are necessary from similar tissues (an animal product), and then there is profound distortion of tissue structure with depletion of some of its elements (a mineral preparation).
During the proper sanogenesis (recovery) drugs should be changed in the opposite order: Metal and mineral — animal product — vegetable poison — herbal preparation.

Among other things, it became clear that drugs, according to the principles of traditional Chinese medicine, are necessary to prescribe \»bottom up\», ie at the beginning of treatment to regulate the work of an 1st RC, then 2d RC, etc. This way reduction of the number of exacerbations was achieved and also the patient\’s readiness to proceed to the next stage, his trust to the expert. 1st RC is responsible for the trust itself.

The survey we conducted with a range of people taken at random (patients, trainees at courses and seminars) could be a good example. From 34 surveyed at the first stage of treatment, preparation Akonitum was suitable for 29 (it affects the function of the adrenal gland). In half of cases Akonitum C200 was needed, for the rest of people — Akonitum C1000. This drug was crucial for reducing fear, including fear and mistrust to the treatment.
Curiously enough, the drug received this way very often coincided with the assignments obtained from different classical homeopathic specialists of a unified school of homeopathy.

The proposed system of selection of homeopathic products after finalization and accurate testing:

1) will allow the doctors who wish to master the method of homeopathy to integrate medical data familiar to them with the European system of homeopathic knowledge. Accordingly, \»the homeopathic way of thinking\» will simply complement and not replace the existing one. This will expand the range of professionals involved in homeopathy and those who are ready to learn this highly effective method.

2) will accelerate the selection of a homeopathic remedy and make it more accurate.

3) will help the dream of a unified school \» only one medicine\» come true. However, in the process of recovery one medicine will be replaced by another one in accordance with a new condition of the organism.

4) will allow to track sanogenesis (healing process), using one more extra method, not only Goering’s laws.

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