There is certain group of remedies accepted as ‘remedies for women’, as there are the so called ‘acute remedies’, ‘children remedies’ etc. Though this demarcation is to some extent conditional, the ‘women’ remedies are more often prescribed to female patients than to male ones. This is due to the physical pathology from one side, and to the particular psycho-emotional pattern of the remedies from the other side. One typical female remedy is Platinum metallicum. In this article the readers’s attention will be drawn up to the particular mental picture of this remedy, and to the pronounced depression it is able to cure.
The homeopathic approach to the erectile dysfunction is holistic. The entire personality of an individual, together with his specific reaction to the external irritating factors, has significance for the prescription of the right remedy. The causation of the impotence is essential for prescription.
In this article are included the three major remedies for incomplete or absent erection – Lycopodium, Agnus castus and Caladium.
The last piece from the set for Magnesium muriaticum presents the leading physical pathology cured by this homeopathic remedy; namely this is the disturbance into the gastrointestinal tract and particularly into the proper functioning of the liver.
Following the previous article, this one continues the exposure on the mental-emotional pattern of Magnesium muriaticum, as homeopathic remedy.
This article continues the previous two by presenting the next most important homeopathic remedies in which pathogenesis exists fear as an underlying cause for sickness.
As a continuation from the previous article, this one presents the next three homeopathic remedies among those prescribed for ailments from fear and fright. More explanations about the causative factors you may find in Part One.