With Ewald Stöteler

 

‘History is a continues chain of events ; the present is only an extension of the past’
– Sheikh: Zayed Bin Sultan Al Nahyan

The Contextual Materia Medica (CMM) is central to treatment as described by Hahnemann in the 6th edition of the Organon and his book the Chronic Diseases.

What does this entail?
In every patient anamnesis, we look for the aetiology of the symptoms. After all, if this is clear, our prescription can be based on it.

Sometimes complaints arise from hereditary strain. Sometimes complaints arise from biography, or from an iatrogenic component. Sometimes complaints arise from not going through an epidemic disease or a suppressed STD properly.

Each of the above differences also calls for the prescription of different remedies. The patient has a vitality problem, or a reaction fatigue. The patient has a heavy or dominant hereditary strain that requires ‘a tap’ to be turned off.

In addition, there are often acute complaints that call for help to neutralise pain or other issues as quickly as possible. In all cases, we stimulate the life force to bring about recovery and restore order.

From Hahnemann’s philosophy, this is a logical thought. Studying the remedies in our Materia Medica from this philosophy, we see that remedies are complementary to each other. An eye-opener.
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You are welcome to attend this course.

Docent: Ewald Stöteler
Time:
08h-12h (West Europe Time Zone)
Date: Thursday 18 April, 12 September, 7 November, 12 December 2024