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Spectrum of Homeopathy - Subscription 2021

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Spectrum of Homeopathy - Subscription 2021, Narayana Verlag
publication: 2021
product no.: 26394
3 issues per 2021 € 50 / $ 64 instead of € 60 / $ 78
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Spectrum of Homeopathy - Subscription 2021

Narayana Verlag

Genus Epidemicus, Mosses and Ferns, Invertebrates
67.90 US$
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publication: 2021
product no.: 26394
3 issues per 2021 € 50 / $ 64 instead of € 60 / $ 78
plus shipment: 3 x € 2,90 ($ 4) = € 8,70 ($ 12)

“Spectrum of Homeopathy” is Narayana Publishers’ new journal, whose aim is to combine thorough clinical experience, compact information of materia medica, and diversity of methods.

Issues of 2020:


SPECTRUM OF HOMEOPATHY: Topics 2021  

1/2021   GENUS EPIDEMICUS

The current pandemic has generated much discussion about the correct strategy in the treatment of epidemics. Since Hahnemann treated an outbreak of scarlet fever in 1801 with just a handful of illness-specific remedies, homeopaths have been searching for the genus epidemicus matching the typical patterns of signs and symptoms to best treat such epidemic disease. Due to the heterogeneous course of Covid-19 and the differing interpretations of what constitutes the genus epidemicus, a wide variety of homeopathic remedies have been used around the world to treat infection with SARS-CoV-2 – from classic epidemic remedies such as Arsenicum album, Bryonia, Camphora or Phosphorus to unusual ones such as Abrotanum, Cryptococcus neoformans or Ozone. Numerous cases demonstrate how a wide variety of homeopathic treatment concepts and remedies can lead to rapid symptomatic improvement and stop the progression of the disease.  We focus on the stages of Covid-19 in which successful treatment is urgent. This is true both of the early “flu-like” phase of illness as well as in the prolonged convalescence characterising protracted cases.  Further indications for homeopathic treatment are the reactive psychological disturbances triggered by the pandemic such as depression, fear and paranoia

2/2021   MOSSES AND FERNS

The wonderful world of the plants has been systematically investigated for our materia medica in recent years. The focus of the work of Jan Scholten and Michal Yakir was, however, on the flowering plants, and Rajan Sankaran also considered the conifers. The classification based on typical characteristics and themes of individual orders and families enables a precise assignment of less known plant remedies.
Primitive plants such as mosses and ferns have so far largely escaped the attention of homeopathy – maybe due to their tried-and-tested survival strategy. Many of these plants, some over 400 million years old, have survived to the present day only by extreme adaptation, becoming ever more inconspicuous. This is especially true of the once impressive club moss and horsetail, the two familiar representatives of primitive plants in our materia medica. They guide us in taking a homeopathic look at the world of ferns, with which – using new provings and clinical cases – we develop the themes of the pteridophytes in this issue. The door to the kingdom of mosses was opened in 2017 by Jan Scholten with his “sense provings” of over 30 different species. We would like to dig deeper here with the help of a series of cases.

3/2021   INVERTEBRATES

Following our recent review of mosses and ferns, in our last issue on materia medica we now turn to the earlier stages of animal evolution. Although the invertebrates, once referred to scientifically as the “lower animals”, do not comprise a natural kinship group, they are nevertheless suitable for common homeopathic analysis. Apart from the insects and spiders, which we have already covered in a separate issue, homeopaths only know a few homeopathic remedies from most invertebrate orders. In addition the early stage of evolution and the lack of a backbone lead to similarities in the remedy picture of very different animal remedies, such as corals, jellyfish, lobsters, snails or worms. Their developmental level generally corresponds to the Carbon series, the second row of the periodic table. The homeopathically most important phylum is the molluscs with Sepia as the leading substance. The molluscs are therefore the main focus of this issue, in which we present practical cases covering the common themes of the invertebrates and the differentiation of the various phyla, orders and species.

 

67.90 US$
64.00 US$

“Spectrum of Homeopathy” is Narayana Publishers’ new journal, whose aim is to combine thorough clinical experience, compact information of materia medica, and diversity of methods.

Issues of 2020:


SPECTRUM OF HOMEOPATHY: Topics 2021  

1/2021   GENUS EPIDEMICUS

The current pandemic has generated much discussion about the correct strategy in the treatment of epidemics. Since Hahnemann treated an outbreak of scarlet fever in 1801 with just a handful of illness-specific remedies, homeopaths have been searching for the genus epidemicus matching the typical patterns of signs and symptoms to best treat such epidemic disease. Due to the heterogeneous course of Covid-19 and the differing interpretations of what constitutes the genus epidemicus, a wide variety of homeopathic remedies have been used around the world to treat infection with SARS-CoV-2 – from classic epidemic remedies such as Arsenicum album, Bryonia, Camphora or Phosphorus to unusual ones such as Abrotanum, Cryptococcus neoformans or Ozone. Numerous cases demonstrate how a wide variety of homeopathic treatment concepts and remedies can lead to rapid symptomatic improvement and stop the progression of the disease.  We focus on the stages of Covid-19 in which successful treatment is urgent. This is true both of the early “flu-like” phase of illness as well as in the prolonged convalescence characterising protracted cases.  Further indications for homeopathic treatment are the reactive psychological disturbances triggered by the pandemic such as depression, fear and paranoia

2/2021   MOSSES AND FERNS

The wonderful world of the plants has been systematically investigated for our materia medica in recent years. The focus of the work of Jan Scholten and Michal Yakir was, however, on the flowering plants, and Rajan Sankaran also considered the conifers. The classification based on typical characteristics and themes of individual orders and families enables a precise assignment of less known plant remedies.
Primitive plants such as mosses and ferns have so far largely escaped the attention of homeopathy – maybe due to their tried-and-tested survival strategy. Many of these plants, some over 400 million years old, have survived to the present day only by extreme adaptation, becoming ever more inconspicuous. This is especially true of the once impressive club moss and horsetail, the two familiar representatives of primitive plants in our materia medica. They guide us in taking a homeopathic look at the world of ferns, with which – using new provings and clinical cases – we develop the themes of the pteridophytes in this issue. The door to the kingdom of mosses was opened in 2017 by Jan Scholten with his “sense provings” of over 30 different species. We would like to dig deeper here with the help of a series of cases.

3/2021   INVERTEBRATES

Following our recent review of mosses and ferns, in our last issue on materia medica we now turn to the earlier stages of animal evolution. Although the invertebrates, once referred to scientifically as the “lower animals”, do not comprise a natural kinship group, they are nevertheless suitable for common homeopathic analysis. Apart from the insects and spiders, which we have already covered in a separate issue, homeopaths only know a few homeopathic remedies from most invertebrate orders. In addition the early stage of evolution and the lack of a backbone lead to similarities in the remedy picture of very different animal remedies, such as corals, jellyfish, lobsters, snails or worms. Their developmental level generally corresponds to the Carbon series, the second row of the periodic table. The homeopathically most important phylum is the molluscs with Sepia as the leading substance. The molluscs are therefore the main focus of this issue, in which we present practical cases covering the common themes of the invertebrates and the differentiation of the various phyla, orders and species.

 

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simone

4 yearss ago
Empfehlenswerte Fachliteratur
Sehr informativ, sowohl für "Neulinge" in der Homöopathie als auch für erfahrene Homöopathen. Insgesamt sehr empfehlenswert. read more ...
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Alenka

4 yearss ago
great tool
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Veronika Ehrler, Ärztin

10 months ago
Interessante und hilfreiche Lektüre
Wer mit der Empfindungsmethode arbeitet - der ist mit den Spektrum-Heften arbeitet immer gut versorgt. Ich tue das nicht - freue mich aber immer wieder über die interessanten Themenhefte.
Auch dieses Reptilien- Heft hat mich begeistert.
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caroline hayward

1 years ago
e-book Spectrum
having subscribed to Spectrum consistently since its launch its become a very important and informative journal for viewing a window into contemporary and classical methodologies of many experienced Homeopaths from all areas of practice. Its wonderful to be able to access the e-book version especially at this time of a global crisis but I'd much prefer the hard copy to be able to turn pages manually as is so much easier to review the articles and hidden gems of information. It also provides details on the latest books and reviews. read more ...
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esmiller

1 years ago
Good insight into homeopathic treatment of hormonal disorders
Good insight into homeopathic treatment of hormonal disorders. I am excited to learn about Liz Lalor protocol. read more ...
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Claudia

2 yearss ago
viele Information
das Lesen der Artikel ist immer wieder informativ und regt zum Nachdenken und Nachlesen an read more ...
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Anjana R. Suresh

2 yearss ago
lanthanides uncovered
This issue provides a good insight on the central ideas of lanthanide remedies and quite a few short cases to understand how they may present themselves to the homeopath. read more ...
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Pauline Wilson

2 yearss ago
Spectrum of Homeopathy 2012-2,
An interesting read so far, especially love the pinus case, lots here to come at from all the kingdoms with new ways of perceiving even more common remedies, pleased to have it in the library. read more ...
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Christiane Lukas

2 yearss ago
eine sehr informative Zeitschrift!
Seit Jahren lese ich regelmäßig das Spektrum, ich halte es für eine äußerst hilfreiche Informationsquelle für jeden Homöopathen.
In dieser Ausgabe allerdings fehlte mir ein bißchen der Zusammenhang, z.B. eine grundlegende Erklärung, wann und warum überhaupt Edelsteine als hom.Mittel infrage kommen, welche Steine geprüft sind und welche Grundthemen zugrunde liegen.
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Peter walzberg

4 yearss ago
Hilfreich
Viele Ansätze und Tipps um neue Mittel zu finden und neue, neu zu bewerten. read more ...
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