BOENNINGHAUSEN THERAPEUTIC POCKET BOOK PDF

Now, the first repertory to be printed in this new millennium is In my library, I have one translated by Okie in , one translated by Hempel in , one translated and edited by T. Allen in , a reprint of the same in containing a long article about how to use the book by H. Roberts, and an Indian edition of the same from about Yet, despite its accessibility as a book, the use of the book had remained fairly inaccessible unless one was fortunate enough to study with an old prescriber who knew how to use it.

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Now, the first repertory to be printed in this new millennium is In my library, I have one translated by Okie in , one translated by Hempel in , one translated and edited by T. Allen in , a reprint of the same in containing a long article about how to use the book by H. Roberts, and an Indian edition of the same from about Yet, despite its accessibility as a book, the use of the book had remained fairly inaccessible unless one was fortunate enough to study with an old prescriber who knew how to use it.

The book is the work of a group of six homeopaths and has taken more than five years to bring to fruition. Although T. Therefore, all the Allen additions have been removed from this edition. In May , Dr. The rubrics have been re-translated from the German. TBR contains a page section of end-notes that defines each rubric and how and why it was translated as such.

This task often meant going back to the provings to understand how that remedy manifested the symptom described. It is a brilliant 69 pages.

The layout has been changed to make it easier to locate rubrics in the order needed for the taking of the case.

The "concordances" have been completely re-done. The book is 9. It is but 1 inch thick. The pages have two columns of rubrics. No rubrics are carried over from left to right column or from one page to the next—meaning that all you want to see is right there in one column on one page.

This goes against the historical tradition of the book, and gives it a visual look that is very different than the original or the new German edition.

It is no longer a "pocket book. It is divided into the following sections: 1. Symptomata Systemic: grouping according to Function of body systems. Symptomata General: those symptoms that do not relate to one region over another.

The Mind section is here. Symptomata Modalities: All factors of aggravation and amelioration are here. Concordances remedy relationships. Every rubric is numbered and you can look up the number in the end-notes to see how it was translated from German, and anything else that would define its meaning. There are rubrics. The editor stresses that he has labeled the sections as "Symptomata" as a reminder that the rubrics within refer only to disordered, abnormal alterations.

Of course, this raises many questions, since remedies like Gelsemium, Phytolacca, Argentum nitricum, Kali bichromicum do not appear. Is this a failing? Well, yes and no. Both Gypser and Dimitriadis stressed that it is incumbent upon homeopaths to know all their tools. You should understand the "picture" of Gelsemium well enough to recognize it when you see it—as well as all the other remedies that are not in the book.

We learn about the remedies enough to recognize when a case might be in need of one of them, and we go to the final arbiter—the materia medica and the primary sources of the provings for verification.

I had but two minor complaints with the book. I found with my older eyes, the typeface used was a bit light and small. Another was the changing of the abbreviations of some remedies—I know that the Latin nomenclature for Agnus castus is Vitex agnus castus, but abbreviating it as "Vitx" opens the door for so many more changes. Where do we draw the line about accepting certain common standards?

And a slight discrepancy: The remedy Kreosotum is listed in the remedy list as "Kreos" but is abbreviated as "Creos" as Bonninghausen did in the rubrics. All that said, the book is still very usable. If it serves to get more people understanding that there are other ways to find the simillimum than the one repertory they have been using, and better, that the simillimum they have been searching for might have eluded them because the method used to find it was faulty—and this book provides the guide for another way into the problem—then it has served its purpose well.

If it serves to provide a cure to just one "unsolvable" case and it certainly has done that already for many who have used it then it becomes a priceless addition to our armamentarium.

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