Creating Waves of Awareness
Thermals of a patient are very important in a patient, if well marked. They are important in the choice of the remedy and can rule out a remedy which seems to be the indicated one. Below is the list of remedies
available with me for Hot and Chilly thermals. All are requested to improve
upon this list so that better choice of remedy can be made.
adlu. Aesc. aeth. All-c. Aloe am-m. ambr. Aml-ns. anac. ang. APIS aq-mar. ARG-N. ars-h. Ars-i. ars-met. ars-s-f. Asaf. Aster. Aur-i. Aur-m. Bapt. bar-i. bar-s. beryl. Bism. Borx. both. Bov. Brom. Bry. bufo Cact. Calad. Calc-i. calc-m. Calc-s. Cann-i. Cann-s. carb-ac. carc. cham. Cic. cina Clem. Coc-c. Com. congo-r. conv. cortico. cortiso. Croc. crot-c. Crot-h. crot-t. dios. Dros. euph. Euphr. ferr-i. FL-AC. foll. Gels. Glon. Grat. Ham. helio. hip-ac. hist. hydroph. iber. ictod. Ind. IOD. Iris jug-c. just. Kali-br. KALI-I. KALI-S. Lac-c. Lach. lact-v. laur. Led. Lil-t. lup. Lyc. lycps-v. Mag-m. mag-s. maland. Med. Meli. Meph. merc. myric. nat-c. nat-i. Nat-m. nat-p. NAT-S. nicc. ol-an. Op. phenob. phys. Pic-ac. pilo. pitu. PLAT. Podo. prot. ptel. PULS. rauw. SABIN. SEC. Sel. Spong. squil. Stel. SUL-I. SULPH. Tab. Tarent. tart-ac. teucr. Thuj. thyr. Til. trif-p. trios. TUB. Ust. Uva Verat-v. Vesp. Vib.
Abies-c. Abrot. Acet-ac. Acetan. achy. Acon. Act-sp. adon. AGAR. Agn. alco. All-s. Alum. Alum-p. Alum-sil. Alumn. am-br. Am-c. Am-m. ammc. Anac. Ant-ar. Ant-t. Apoc. aran. aran-ix. Arg-met. arist-cl. Arn. ARS. ars-s-r. asar. Aur. aur-ar. aur-s. Bac. Bad. Bamb-a. bar-ar. BAR-C. Bar-m. Bell. bell-p. Benz-ac. berb. cadm-s. Calc. Calc-ar. Calc-f. CALC-P. Calc-sil. Camph. Canth. CAPS. Carb-an. Carb-v. Carbn-s. carc. Card-m. Carl. castm. Caul. CAUST. Cham. Chel. CHIN. Chinin-ar. Cimic. Cina cinnb. Cist. Coca Cocc. coch. Coff. Colch. coll. Coloc. Con. cop. cor-r. Cupr. cupr-ar. cur. Cycl. cyt-l. DULC. echi. elaps Eup-per. eup-pur. FERR. ferr-ar. ferr-p. Form. franz. germ-met. gins. GRAPH. guaj. gymno. Hell. Helon. HEP. Hydr. hydrog. Hyos. HYPER. hypoth. Ign. Ip. KALI-AR. Kali-bi. KALI-C. Kali-chl. kali-m. kali-p. Kali-sil. Kalm. Kreos. lac-ac. Lac-d. lact. lob. lol. luna MAG-C. MAG-P. manc. mand. Mang. meny. Merc. Mez. mit. moly-met. MOSCH. Mur-ac. mygal. Naja Nat-ar. Nat-c. nat-sil. NIT-AC. Nux-m. NUX-V. oci-sa. ol-an. Ol-j. onop. orni. Ox-ac. Paeon. Pall. par. Petr. Ph-ac. Phel. phell-n. PHOS. phys. Phyt-b. Pic-ac. pimp. pip-m. plan. Plb. polyg-h. prim-v. psil. PSOR. PYROG. Rad-br. RAN-B. ran-s. Rheum Rhod. RHUS-T. rhus-v. rib-ac. RUMX. Ruta SABAD. sal-ac. Samb. sang. sanic. saroth. sarr. Sars. scroph-n. senec. Seneg. SEP. sieg. SIL. sol-ni. sol-t-ae. SPIG. squil. Stann. Staph. Stict. still. Stram. Streptoc. STRONT-C. stry. Sul-ac. Sumb. Syph. tarent. thala. Ther. tub-sp. Valer. verat. verb. viol-o. viol-t. x-ray xero. Zinc. zinc-p.
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very nice discussion but you should also mention the diseases of hot and cold remedies briefly for the beginners because in homeopath world community there is a large number of students of homeopathy and homeopathy lovers . Dr./ khan
Hello Mrs & Dr Kamal Dhari, Nice to see your blog. Congrats.... Keep it up. Dr Vithal S S
Hot means General aggravation by heat or warmth and Chilly means general aggravation by cold - doesn't it ?
Sort of, -- but it is better to find out what sort of heat or cold affects the disease.
INDIVIDUALIZTION is the Key to success, not generalization.
I selected below those remedies which were omitted: (from BB 1846)
Add to cold remedies: , BOR, bov, Bry, cham, CIC, Clem, Cocc, LACH, laur ,led, lyc, mag-m merc, Nat-c, nat-m , Puls, thuj, Veratrum.
All those remedies are also contained in the hot section.
Add to hot remedies: Acon, Alum, ANT-T, aur, bar, bell, calc, carb,-v caust, cham, chin, colch coloc, dulc, ferr, graph, hell, hep, Ign, Ipec, kali-c lach, mez, mur-ac, nit-ac, nux-m, nux-m, nux-v, phos, phos-ac, Rhus-t, seneg, sep, sil spig staph, verat.
All those remedies are already contained in the cold section.
The reason, that they are not contained in the initial list is, that Kent, omitted a lot of entries, and the author, not being aware of this blindly coppied Kent or a copier of Kent, such like Miller Tyler, et. al.
A quick look into the MMP will confirm my entries to be supported by the provings.
I also found a number of remedies already contained in both sections: anac, cina, cocc, merc, nat-c,
If such lists are to be decisive in a general way, then each remedy can only be listed under one of the two sections. (polarities) Logically, we would need to remove all remedies witch are both, to make these rubrics decisive.
This means, that from the hot section 23 remedies have to be removed, and from the cold section 43!
As a result many polychrests would not be listed because they are "hot" and "cold" remedies at the same time depending on circumstances.
At this point, we may realize, that the whole exercise of classing remedies by being hot or chilly is nonsensical, as it would deprive us of our most valuable remedies. (Btw. this idea appears every couple of years again and again, and is found to be of no value every time again and again, -- until the next blind guillable copier, who feels the need to put his name under it again, and tells the community of the great value of his findings.)