It was the vision of making it possible to use homeopathy for primary care in practices with a large number of
patients that led Heiner Frei to develop polarity analysis, which enables both precise and very rapid prescriptions.
In two parts (acute and chronic) the Swiss paediatrician demonstrates the exact method he uses to determine the polarity difference, using contraindications to further restrict the set of most promising remedies.
He shows a series of typical examples for acute indications: otitis media – Angustura, pneumonia – Pulsatilla, acute enteritis – Camphora, mononucleosis – Hepar sulfuris, cannabis intoxication – Opium. And he also describes several interesting chronic conditions: ulcerative colitis – Natrum muriaticum; incipient psychosis – Sepia/Ignatia; cerebral haemorrhage – Arnica, colisepsis – Sabina, donor heart failure – Conium, cardiac failure – Helleborus, infection –
China, renal failure – Digitalis, tachycardia – Calcium carbonicum. He describes the path to the remedy and warns of common pitfalls during casetaking and analysis, such as taking into account too few or too many symptoms.
During this 2.5 hour seminar, the “homeopathic pioneer” Heiner Frei succeeds in presenting a clear overview of the value and applicability of his method. He encourages us to look more closely at polarity analysis so that our patients can benefit from the precision of this time-saving method …
You can also purchase the complete DVD set of the “Homeopathy – from Childhood to Old Age Congress 2014”