Archive for May, 2012

Can I Exercise Above my Target Heartbeat Range?

Posted by Lloyd on May 31, 2012
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Are there risks associated with exercising above your target heartbeat range — in the range of 80 percent to 90 percent of maximum? Continue reading…

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Causation. Part 4

Posted by Lloyd on May 18, 2012
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To every primary action of a remedy there is an equal and opposite secondary reaction of the vital force. If a person’s disease state produces warmth, and the homeopath gives a warm remedy, the secondary action of the vital force will produce coolness to bring homeostasis. This is the basis of the homeopathic laws of cure. Continue reading…

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Causation. Part 3

Posted by Lloyd on May 18, 2012
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Let’s look at some of the suggested use of polypharmacy in ST. If a person has suffered an emotional trauma which involved fear, grief, and humiliation, the sequential therapist would give Opium, Natrum muraticum and Staphysagria all at the same time. Continue reading…

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Causation. Part 2

Posted by Lloyd on May 18, 2012
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The Routine Use of Specifics by Causation

Homeopathy pays special attention to causation when analyzing a case history. Nevertheless the routine use of remedies with a one-sided view of causation can be extremely limited in its scope. Continue reading…

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Causation. Part 1

Posted by Lloyd on May 18, 2012
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Sequential Therapy as Homeopathy Renewed

Causation vs. Symptomatology

One of the first premises of Sequential Theraetiologyapy (ST) is that aetiology is superior to symptomatology. In a sense this is true, as if there is no causation (aetiology) there will be no effects (signs and symptoms). Nevertheless, to separate action (cause) and reaction (symptoms) in practice is not useful as they form two halves which make up a complete whole. Continue reading…

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Where Sore Throats Come From and How to Make Them Go Away

Posted by Lloyd on May 10, 2012
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Sooner or later, everybody gets a sore throat. Most result from a virus, such as a cold, flu or sinus infection, that invades the throat.
Air pollution, allergies, tobacco smoke and the dry air of wintertime heating can also bring on sore throats. Sustained shouting can also irritate the throat and cause soreness. Continue reading…

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