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Textbook of Repertory Language

Introduction

This "Textbook of Repertory Language" is the successor of the "Blueprint for a new
Repertory". The Blueprint, as the name indicated, was a plan of action explaining the development
of Synthesis. Successive versions accompanied all editions of Synthesis until version 8.
In each of those Blueprint versions, the first line read: "This concept is a proposal". Over the years
and in the course of many different versions, Synthesis has evolved into an accepted proposal. In
many schools all over the world Synthesis is the preferred Repertory. It has been translated into
many languages and has been reprinted more often than any other contemporary repertory.
As a result, Synthesis is probably the most widely used repertory nowadays. A lot of
feedback has been integrated; a lot of brilliant thinking by many homeopaths has led Synthesis to
where it stands now. Even though the development of Synthesis will continue, the time is ripe to
present to the homeopathic community , which thought processes went into its creation.
This is the goal of the Textbook.
Here is some specific information about different parts of this Textbook, as adapted for the
Essential Synthesis.
One important goal of the Essential Synthesis is to offer only the very practical information in a
very manageable size and weight. We have followed that concept for the Textbook as well. As a
result we have not printed any section unless it was relevant for daily practice.
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The main part of the Textbook for Repertory Language, which presented the "Rules of
Repertory Language" was not reprinted. It can be found on the CD. Also, it has not changed in
comparison to version 9.1.
The same situation for the "Explanation of Key Symptoms", the "Families of remedies", "
Relationships of remedies "Information about new remedies": they are not printed, but can be found
on the CD.
A "Veterinary chapter" is an important innovation. There are two lists.
The first one is a list of all symptoms most often relevant for veterinary practice. If the
symptom contains remedies, these are specifically based on veterinary practice. If the symptom is
followed by a number, this refers to a page number in the Repertory and leads you to the human
rubric to be used.
The second one is a list of veterinary concepts. These express symptoms and behavior
typical for certain animals and are followed by the human symptoms which may apply in those
cases. A goldmine for the beginning vet homeopath!
A limited "Catalogue of remedies" has been printed with only those remedies present in the
Essential Synthesis. The abbreviations are followed by the Synthesis name of the remedy. Synonyms
follow between brackets, if applicable. The full catalogue of remedies can be found on the CD.
The "Catalogue of authors" can only be found on the CD as the author references can only
be found on the CD as well..
An "Index of words" follows with page numbers referring to the main Repertory.
Then we have a list of "Localizations" which is offered in two ways.

First a list of each localization per chapter. This order corresponds to the way that the
localizations are sorted in the repertory and will help you to find certain localizations more easily.
Second, a list of all single localizations with reference to the abbreviated chapter(s) where
they can be found.
At last we have included the full article reporting about the "History of Kent's Repertory and
Treasure", written by Dr. Ahmed Currim (USA). This article will be most interesting to understand
the value of the current Essential Synthesis.
It is our wish that our work will assist you in finding a treasure for all your patients, the best fitting
remedy.

Dr. Frederik Schroyens

Peter Vint

Gent, August 4, 2007

Rules of Repertory Language


History of repertories
Repertories in General
Repertories have helped conscientious homeopaths in their struggle for the right remedy as long as
homeopathy has existed.
Hahnemann himself made some first steps in structuring his information into some kind of
repertory. However, it was his immediate disciple and collaborator of the first hour Clemens von
Bnninghausen who can be credited with creating the first usable Repertory in 1832.
Different authors expanded on previous versions of this repertory, e.g. Allen, Jahr, von Lippe etc.
Some created completely new structures, as did Gentry and Knerr.
It was Kent, however, who published different parts of a Repertory from 1897 to 1899 with a
structure and a hierarchical logic that would stand the test of time. Kent released different versions
of his repertory himself (the second edition in 1908, and a third manuscript edition at his death in
1916, only printed in 1924). Later editions1(1) never reached the quality of Kent's manuscript of the
third edition and can be considered as only slightly changed and updated versions edited by his
followers and his wife Clara-Louise.
Nevertheless, for a few decades no other Repertory succeeded taking up the challenge of progress.
In 1973 Barthel and Klunker started the publication of a first version of their "Synthetic Repertory",
adding information from 14, later from 16 authors to the 5 main chapters of the Repertory (mind,
generals, sleep and dreams, male and female sexuality). Although Barthel and Klunker did not
expand their work to more authors or to more chapters, many considered their Repertory a new
reference.
Other articles report in detail on the evolution of Repertories, now let's turn our attention to
Synthesis, the newcomer.

History of Synthesis
The growth of Synthesis
Synthesis is the Repertory linked to the Radar-project.
It is based on the Sixth American Edition of Kent's Repertory, and contains all its rubrics and
remedies.
Since 1987, Synthesis has been used as a database for the Radar program in the daily practice of
leading homeopaths. It has been commented upon and thereby improved over and over again, which
gives it an outstanding label of quality. Indeed, not only additions of an increasing number of
authors have been added to all chapters, but also corrections of the existing data, including of
Kent's work, have been integrated.
Version 2 was released in April 1988 and occupied 10.5 MB2(2) of a hard disk space.
Synthesis 3 followed in September 1990 with 11.5 MB: it contained mostly corrections on the
previous version and offered 136.000 additions from about 130 authors compared to Kent's
original Repertory.

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Chart 1: Author reference additions: This chart shows the addition of information in successive
versions of Synthesis. The lower (dark) part of each column indicates the number of new
additions compared to the previous version.
In December 1992 the fourth software version of Synthesis was released. It contained 178.000
additions from about 200 authors.
At each step the quality has been improved, but especially in the creation of version 5. Compared
to version 4, only a few thousand additions have been added, because we focused on increasing the
quality. The reason is that we decided that Synthesis 5 was going to be the first printed version.
Although errors had been corrected in each subsequent version of Synthesis, the decision to print
Synthesis caused some extra reflections. If this Repertory was to be printed, it should be done only
if we could offer a dramatic increase in the quality of the Repertory, its structure, its language and
the consistency of its information. In July 1992 the homeopathic part of the job for Synthesis 4 was
finished3(3) and we focused exclusively on increasing the quality for version 5.

The publication of Synthesis 5 was a milestone.


The homeopathic work was finished on June 21,1993 and it was published in German in August 1993
and in English in February 1994. The success was such that in both languages a reprint was needed
within a few months. Synthesis started to position itself as the new reference repertory in an
increasing number of schools.
On the basis of this much better streamlined version 5, we continued again the work of more
additions until January 1995. Considering the loose leaflet edition 5 in German, the original idea
was to release an update to edition 5, e.g. some pages with corrections or an updated chapter. So
version 6 of Synthesis contains additions and corrections most especially in the mind section. The
other innovation of version 6 was the introduction of concepts, a most useful way to find symptoms.
In English, Synthesis 6 was only released as software in July 1995 and occupied 28,3 MB.
In German it was reprinted in August 1995 as an update to the loose-leaf edition, but also as a
one-volume book.
Synthesis 6 contains 633.000 author references.
The German users favored the one volume book, so the loose-leaf edition was discontinued and we
completed the information in all chapters now to be ready homeopathically with a fully updated
version 7 on July 4, 1997.
Synthesis 7 came with 682.000 author references and occupied 32,7 MB.
All this time we believed that the best policy was to increase the number of additions stepwise.
Every edition of Synthesis was used in hundreds of thousands of cases worldwide and integrating the
feedback of those users was part of our quality policy.
Nevertheless the discrepancy between those wanting highly confirmed information only and those
wanting quantity available grew during these years and we changed that policy dramatically when
creating version 8.
As a result Synthesis 8 has 1.071.000 author references and occupies 43,1 MB: a major increase in
quantity. This increase only happened when we had the tool to let everybody decide about the
quantity and quality they wanted: confidence levels.
Synthesis has a tradition of caring for the quality of information in the first place.
This priority defined the work during the first seven editions without any compromise.
Synthesis 8 without any doubt introduced the quantity aspect, but with care. In fact one could say
that we kept on caring for quality but that the individual user had the possibility to choose the
quantity of information.
Synthesis 9.0 was finalized on November 21, 2003 and released as a software program in English on
November 24, 2003 . This version was only translated into German (December 22, 2003) and not
printed in any language. Synthesis 9 was the first version that has been released in two steps.
Synthesis 9.1 has more or less the same content as Synthesis 9.0. The difference between these
two versions is that version 9.1 offers an improved access to the information through the
streamlining and restructuring.
Synthesis 9.1 was finalized on June 4, 2004 and released as a software program in English in
summer of 2004. Synthesis 9.0 contained 1.491.000 author references and Synthesis 9.1
contained 1.773.000 references.

A worldwide project
All aspects of Synthesis will be discussed under the different headings following this introduction.
One aspect, however, still needs special attention: our wish that this Repertory stands for
worldwide collaboration between homeopaths. Since the beginning, non-Radar users have been
collaborating with us. The printed versions have increased this input. Our computer technology was

only the means to create this unique totality of information. With the printing of the book, it is
available to even more colleagues.
The other feature that is making Synthesis a unique meeting point is the existence of editions in
national languages. Homeopathy, despite its German origins, has become very dependent upon the
English language. For the level of communication and understanding needed in our profession, it
appears that still very many homeopaths have major difficulties with this world language.
At this moment there are translations into Czech, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Portuguese and
Spanish, either as software, as a book or both. Translations in several other languages are ongoing.
The number of homeopaths who is able to use Synthesis is consequently multiplied several times.
We trust that the feedback will increase accordingly. We are ready to process all remarks made in
different languages centrally and all editions will be updated with the sum of all new corrections
and additions.

Symptoms in repertory language


The repertory symptom format
A symptom is originally a sentence which is perfectly readable and normally structured. For the
Repertory it needs to be restructured in order to fit into the hierarchical structure of the Repertory.
The main problem is the conflict to maintain maximum readability with a telegram-like conciseness.

Transcribing the symptom into repertorial language


The richness of the language of the patient should be rephrased and most often synthesized into
repertorial words first. The option of the Repertory is to use words of the common language, not all
words available in the literature or in dictionaries. We use "drink" also when someone says he "took
a draft", he "swallowed his tea" or "tippled" or "swilled".
E.g.: A sentence like "he had a terrible bursting feeling in his head each time he had to sneeze"
would become: "bursting pain in head when sneezing".
For more information on the language used in Synthesis see "III. Standardizing the Language of the
Repertory".
Now we structure the symptom following the hierarchy of the Repertory:
- original sentence: word1 word2 word3 word4 word5 word6 word7 word8 word9 word10
1: step one: CHAPTER
define the chapter to which the symptom belongs. If more than one possibility exists, insert the
symptom in the most likely chapter and a synonym in the less likely chapter. The chapter might be
a word which is not appearing in the symptom.
2: step two: HEADRUBRIC
decide which word is the most important one, and split the sentence in only two parts, so that this
most important word (the leading word) becomes word1. A modality is less important than the
complaint that is affected by the modality (e.g.: "sleepiness after eating" should not go to "generals
- eating; sleepiness after", but to "sleep - sleepiness - eating, after")
3: step three: SUBRUBRICS
decide which word is the most important one at this stage, and (if necessary) split the remaining
part of the sentence in only two parts, so that this word becomes word1 of that level. When doing
so compare with the existing similar symptoms in the Repertory for optimal insertion.
Step 3 has to be repeated as long as there are subrubrics to be created.
Some examples of stepwise transcription of symptoms into Repertory language:
Original: "anger with red spots in the face"

1: MIND - anger with red spots in the face


2: MIND - ANGER - with red spots in the face
(comment: face is the second most important word as it is there that the anger expresses itself)
3a: MIND - ANGER - face; with red spots in the
3b: MIND - ANGER - face - red spots in the face; with
Original: "delusion body and mind are separated"
1: MIND - delusion body and mind are separated
2: MIND - DELUSION - body and mind are separated
(comment: the delusion concerns "separation" as a main issue)
3a: MIND - DELUSION - separated; body and mind are
3b: MIND - DELUSION - separated - body - mind are separated; body and
(comment: "mind" and "body" are the leading words on each level as they are the main constituents
of separation in this case)

Some further hints


There are "leading words" but also "words not-to-be-in-front". These latter are mostly prepositions.
E.g.: "after rising" should be "rising; after", etc.
WORDS NOT TO BE IN FRONT:
about; after; and; as if; as soon as; at; before; between; but; during; her; his; in; my; on; or; their;
then; they; to; which; while; with, without; you; your;...
Before we said that there is one exception: "and" could be a leading word if the modality indicates
that the information at this level is there together with the previous level: "Stomach - eructations afternoon - and evening" This idea has been abandoned since Synthesis 9.0.
Here is the reason why I think that, in general, this should be avoided.
This symptom should be split into "Stomach - eructations - afternoon" and "Stomach - eructations evening". It is the goal of the repertory to show meaningful bits of information. The symptom above
contains two meaningful bits, which should be presented as two separate symptoms.
Only if the coincidence of the two modalities is relevant, there should be a modality expressing this.
In this case the beginning of that symptoms' level should be "accompanied by"
E.g.: " Extremities - Pain - Shoulder - accompanied by - cystitis"
Avoid repeating unnecessary words with the same meaning, especially at a following level.
E.g.: delusion - he thinks he is
A leading word shall not be repeated on two different levels of one symptom. The leading word of
the new level, should be different from the leading word of the upper levels, used so far. Reading
the first word of each level will then so to speak summarize the symptom.
E.g.: "sensation of dryness of the tongue" should not be "mouth - dryness - tongue - dryness,
sensation of", but "mouth - dryness - tongue - sensation of dryness".
The part of the sentence on each level is as readable as possible:
either the words are readable in the normal order (word1 word2 word3 word4)
or the sentence is split in maximum TWO parts, separated by ";" (begin reading after the sign ";")
(word3 word4 word5, word6 word7; word1 word2).
The readability of the symptoms is one of the outstanding features of Synthesis since version 5. We
encourage all those who create new symptoms to limit the structure of new symptoms to either of
these two formats. It makes the repertory so much more easy to use.

The leading word of the previous level can be repeated as such in the subrubric to avoid confusion.
No abbreviations are used, except "agg." and "amel.".
The last level of the symptom is the most important, even overruling previous ones. If there is still
some doubt possible with the above proposals, the symptom can be completed at the last level in
order to make the meaning as clear as needed for easy readability.
E.g.: - "excitement - heat - during" as opposed to "excitement - heat - from" therefore become:
- excitement - heat - during heat; excitement
- excitement - heat - from excitement; heat
Some more examples of a correct symptom format:
Kent: Mind - Delusion - scrotum, thinks his, is swollen
Kent has a lot of symptoms split in more than two parts. Often the correct order is {part 2} {part1}
{part3} which makes some of his symptoms difficult to read as in the example above.
Synthesis: Mind - Delusion - scrotum is swollen; his
Kent: Cough - Sulphur fumes or vapor, sensation of agg.
Synthesis: Cough - Sulphur fumes or vapor; cough agg. by sensation of
Kent: Mind - Delusion - inferior, on entering the house after a walk,
people seem mentally and physically (including two comma's)
Synthesis: Mind - Delusion - inferior, on entering the house after a walk;
people seem mentally and physically (";" indicates beginning of sentence)
Kent: Cough - Scraping - Trachea, in, from
Synthesis: Cough - Scraping - Trachea; from scraping in

The hierachical structure of the repertory


We have maintained the hierarchical structure of Kent's Repertory because:
Kent's Repertory has maintained its position of reference throughout the previous century. It is the
most often used Repertory and therefore the one most homeopaths are used to.
All new Repertories that have succeeded in convincing a larger group of homeopaths followed the
same hierarchical structure (Barthel & Klunker "Synthetic Repertory", Knzli "Repertorium
Generale")
It allows immediate comparisons of related rubrics. If "left" is positioned just below "right" their
remedies are compared at a glance. If the patient says "I am worse at 5 or 6 p.m." you don't have to
turn pages to see the two rubrics "afternoon - 17 h (5 p.m.)" and "evening - 18 h (6 p.m.)".
A logically structured repertory allows a homeopath with some experience to spot quickly the place
where he should look for the symptom. You don't have to be a repertory-expert to locate the
Kentian symptom "male - excoriation - penis - prepuce". In one alphabetical repertory you will find
it all the same under "male", in another you might expect it as a subrubric of "penis", while in a
third one it figures in the "chapter" "prepuce". Kent's logic is still showing its validity.
Since Synthesis 9.1 we have merged the alphabet of the modalities and the alphabet of the
descriptions of pain into one alphabet. This was a direct consequence of the streamlining and
restructuring of Synthesis 9.0 into version 9.1. The advantage of doing so is that there is no more
need to reflect whether "pain - rheumatic" would be a modality or a description of pain. The
symptom is under the letter "r" of one combined alphabet of modalities and descriptions.
We are open to new ideas but they should surpass what we have. The greatest improvement we
have introduced is to carry through this logic at all places in Synthesis. And here are some of the
rules we have paid special attention to.

Groups of symptoms
Symptoms are divided in groups and these groups are always following each other in this same
order. In Kent's Repertory and in all versions of Synthesis up to version 9.0, this order was: Sides,
Times, Modalities, Extensions, Localizations and Descriptions of pain (S-T-M-E-L-D).
Since Synthesis 9.1 is has become (S-T-MD-E-L):

SIDES
TIMES
MODALITIES + DESCRIPTIONS OF PAIN / Other descriptions
EXTENSIONS
LOCALIZATIONS
E.g.: symptoms present in the various groups of "Head - Pain":
sides: right; left; ...
times: daytime, day and night, morning; noon; ...
modalities: air; coughing; eating; ...
descriptions of pain: biting; boring; burning; ...
extensions: ear; teeth; ...
localizations: brain; forehead; ...
This order of groups is repeated at each level if needed. You can expect a hierarchical structure like
this at several levels (each symptom depends on the one tabbed on its left):
SIDE
time
modalities / descriptions of pain
extension
TIME
side
modality / description of pain
extension
MODALITY / DESCRIPTION OF PAIN
side
time
modality / description of pain
time
description of pain
extension
extension
EXTENSION
modality / description of pain
LOCALIZATION
SIDE
time
modality
extension
TIME
side
MODALITY / DESCRIPTION OF PAIN
side
time
modality / description of pain
time
modality
extension
EXTENSION
modality / description of pain
This scheme is different from the Kentian one and from the one used in previous versions of
Synthesis. In those previous schemes "description of pain" always was at level 3 of the symptom,

while now it can be at lower levels of the symptom as well4(4).

Specific versus generalized symptoms


Of course every entry in a repertory as such to a certain level is an abstraction, mainly on the level
of the language, where often more abstract terms are used instead of the language of the patient,
but also on the level of the contents, where you might talk of pointed objects instead of listening
all possible pointed objects.
Yet there is a kind of abstraction that reaches further and which often was and still is a big subject
of much dispute within the homeopathic community: Specific symptoms versus generalized
symptoms.

Specific Symptoms
Most of the symptoms in Kent's repertory are specific symptoms, they are concrete symptoms
consisting at least of one specific complaint5(5) (such as pain, swelling, pulsation etc.). In most
cases there are many subrubrics with "details" which are divided into the well-known sides, times,
modalities, descriptions, extensions and localizations. Just as a note: this should not be confused
with the discussion about complete symptoms, where a symptom should have a modality, a
sensation and a localization. A specific symptom can but does not have to be complete.

Generalized Symptoms
Generalized symptoms are all symptoms, where at least one part of the symptom (side, modality,
localization, etc.) has been generalized, i.e. is applicable to more than one specific symptom. A
generalized modality like motion is applicable to any complaint (e.g. stiffness, pain, numbness), a
generalized time like morning is applicable to any complaint in the morning, etc.
We are using the terms "generalizing" and "generalization" in order to avoid confusion with "general"
symptoms, a term that has been used a lot in discussions with Kent (amongst others) regarding
Bnninghausen, etc.
The generalization was introduced into repertories by Bnninghausen, who actually talked about
analogy as the leading principle to build up such "generalized" symptoms. Starting from the fact
that no repertory can ever be considered complete and that we have to cope with "gaps" in every
repertory, he considered it appropriate to "conclude" [schlieen] that if a remedy showed many
symptoms "worse from cold" in the stomach, it should be thought of in any case of such a modality
in the stomach.
Thus he collected such "generalizations" on all possible levels, from the well-known generalizations
that nowadays make up the chapter Generals to generalized times in a local chapters like stomach.
For a homeopath this now means that according to Bnninghausen in order to find the possible
remedies for a specific symptom (i.e. burning pain in the stomach in the morning, agg. from
motion) you could as well choose the generalizations: Burning, Morning, Motion - agg. and Stomach Complaints of and thus "synthesize" the symptom. Which (of many) generalized rubrics you should
take in such a case will depend very much on your conception and understanding of the method you
are going to use.
The different degrees of generalization for each of the possible groups of symptoms will be
explained both in meaning and in their special symptom format at the beginning of each specific
group.

Conflict between specific versus generalized repertories ?


When reading the explanations of the different degrees of generalization, it will become obvious,
that even these terms just reflect two extremes on an continuous scale, since even the most clear
"specific" symptoms often already include some degree of generalization itself (e.g. from motion
has been generalized from possibly very many different motions such as stepping, walking, getting

up, etc.).
Therefore on close inspection, it is not (!) surprising, that you will find many generalized symptoms
in Kent (each symptom from chapter Skin is in itself such a generalization) and you also find many
specific symptoms in Bnninghausen's Alphabetic Repertory (b4, b7) and in Boger's main repertory
bg2 (like toothache in the upper left molars).

"Sides"
The block "sides" consists of these symptoms (in this order !):
one side
alternating sides
right
left
Each of these levels may have subrubrics, e.g.: "... - one side - afternoon"
Remarks
In some chapters, the "sides" are considered as localizations: head, external throat, chest and
abdomen. The result is that "head - sides" is positioned after the extensions and not as the first
block of head.
There also are generalized sides in the repertory. As generalized sides they refer to "any complaint"
on a certain side and therefore they are always subrubrics of a generalized localization. For the
rules about generalized localizations see II. 9. "LOCALIZATIONS".
E.g. FACE - COMPLAINTS of face - left side
Some special combinations are formatted as follows:
Extremities
- pain - shoulder - right - accompanied by - leg; pain in left
- right - followed by - shoulder; pain in left
[instead of:
"... - right - and left"
"... - right - then left"]
An extension at this level is sometimes indicated as "to left", but must get the format "extending
to".
E.g.: "... - left - extending to - right"
"Side lain on" and "side not lain on" are considered as a localization.

"Times"
Times in the repertory include more or less precise starting or ending points of complaints of any
kind, which is to say they do not include seasons such as winter or the type of reappearance of
symptoms, which figures under rubrics like periodically, suddenly, etc.
Beside the most obvious time as a concrete modality of a specific symptom as in Head - pain evening - 18 h where the time relates to a specific "situation", there are several types of
generalized times as well.
The most generalized type of time is to be found in chapter Generals and has been used by Kent
(e.g. Generals - Morning). It describes the general aggravation of the state of the patient and/or
the majority of symptoms at a certain time of day.
Another equally generalized type of time was introduced by Bnninghausen for chapter Mind, where
you find generalized times like Mind - morning, which stands for a general aggravation or
appearance of complaints in relation to the mental-emotional state of the patient.
Another three generalizations can be found at the level of chapters. Here times are also headrubrics

(e.g. Stool - morning).


Firstly you have chapters which are complaints (vertigo, cough, expectoration, chill, fever, and
perspiration): These rubrics simply stand for aggravation and/or appearance of the given complaint
(rubrics used by Kent).
Secondly there are the chapters stool, respiration, both male and female genitalia/sex, and vision,
where the times stand for "any complaint in relation to" which is a grand abstraction esp. for stool
(it could relate to smell, discoloration, etc.).
Finally the times as headrubrics in "local" chapters from the head-to-foot schema (such as head,
face, stomach, etc.). Here a time (like Stomach - morning) again stands for the grand generalization
of "any complaint" at that location at this time. The last two generalizations of times where
introduced by Bnninghausen.
All time schedules are formatted following the same standards. The "a.m. - p.m." was replaced by
the international timetable "0 - 24 h".
Note the time symptoms always in the most compact possible way and in such a way they fit into
the above structure:
E.g.: do not write "lasting until 17 h" but "17 h; until"
If "until" is present at a new level of a symptom, it is considered as a time as well.
E.g.: in the symptom "... - 17 h - until", "until" is a time
The hierarchy of the parts of the day was organized better.
All hours are expressed in numbers, but no other symptom is expressed in numbers (E.g.: do not
write "6th rib" but "sixth rib"). This increases the search possibilities with the computer.
Periods of time include a dash and no spaces, such as "10-11", which again allows to search for
these symptoms.
For details see Appendix.

"Modalities"
General remarks
AGG. is often not mentioned! Check if the meaning of the rubric is clear if you and read the
modality the reverse way adding "... causes or aggravates x". E.g.: "Head - pain - lying": read: "lying
causes or aggravates: head - pain".
However, any rubric which can contain a subrubric "amel." and some other subrubrics MUST have
"agg." mentioned as a separate level (do not create a new symptom "breathing agg.", but "breathing
- agg."). The reason is that it must be possible to put together all rubrics indicating aggravation as
depending from "agg." and other rubrics as depending from "amel."
E.g.: Generals breathing deep agg.
Generals breathing deep amel.
Note: if agg. would be eliminated here as a separate level, "breathing deep" would mean "agg.".
AMEL. is most often the last level of a symptom, especially if ambiguity arises concerning the
subrubrics that depend on it.
E.g.: - "pain - stitching - walking, amel - open air": ambiguous presentation of the symptom: does
the amel apply to "walking" or also to "open air"? MM Hahnemann: Thuja: Prickling pain in the
muscles of the cheek, only when walking in the open air =} symptom changed as " ...- walking - air;

in open".
One exception: {any food} amel. {specification of that type of food}.
As in "Generals - food", any type of food has four subrubrics: "agg. / amel. / aversion / desire". If a
further specification is needed, it is included as a subrubric of these.
E.g.: do not write "Generals - food - olive - oil - agg", nor "... - olive - agg. - oil",
but - as a type of oil is concerned- write "... - oil - agg. - olive".
All the same, write "abdomen - pain - milk - amel. - warm".
The structure as described in the paragraph above, may be applied in other cases as well to
contrast the difference between all subrubrics indicating aggravation as opposed to all the ones
indicating amelioration.
Most of the times in Kent agg. and amel. refer to a specific symptom, but aggravation and
amelioration also exist as a generalized modalities. A generalized aggravation or amelioration is any
modality that does not just apply to a specific complaint (such as Head - Pain - Forehead - motion agg.) but to a larger group of symptoms.
The most general of this can be found in the Kentian rubrics of chapter Generals. Actually you could
state that almost the whole chapter consists of generalizations, because the modalities described
therein relate to the patient as a whole.
The second type of such generalized modalities can be found in chapter Mind and were introduced
into repertories by Bnninghausen, where remedies are listed where a certain modality has an
influence on the mental/emotional state in general. In a way Kent used a similar approach with his
mind rubric "Ailments from"
E.g. "MIND - WRITING - agg."
The most frequent generalized modality can be found as headrubric in other chapters where the
modality relates to "any complaint". This level of generalization has not been used by Kent and was
introduced by Bnninghausen.
E.g. "STOMACH - YAWNING - agg."
E.g. "VISION - RUBBING - amel."
Prepositions are often not mentioned when they do not add to the meaning of the symptom. This
applies especially to prepositions such as "when, during, from, on, while, ..." where the preposition
in fact only means "aggravates or causes".
E.g.: rising, on
=} rising
lying, while
=} lying
drinking, from =} drinking
dancing, when =} dancing
On the contrary: "rising - after" has to remain as such.
E.g.: "head - pain - stitching - morning - rising" means that the headache is caused or aggravated by
rising (you could say "rising; on").
"Head - pain - stitching - morning - rising - after" means that the headache only begins after he rose
from the bed.
Modalities are sorted alphabetically. In the former versions of Synthesis, exceptions were made for
the words " before during, when, after", but this has been revised in version 8 when the sorting was
done by computer.
Also "agg." and "amel." are sorted alphabetically between the modalities since version 8.
Depending upon the modality itself either "during" or "when" are used (E.g.: stool - during > < eating
- when), whatever is most appropriate in the language.

Negative modalities always depend from the opposite, hence positive modality:
E.g.: ... - amel. - not amel.

"Alternations"
Write "alternating with - {next level}".
The alternations are a modality, and are sorted alphabetically in between the modalities, e.g. after
"air".
Synonymous rubrics are to be avoided here as well: a referring rubric refers to the other symptom
which only one which contains the remedies. If possible, the choice for the rubric WITH the
remedies is defined by the vital importance of the affected organs: alternation between eruption
and asthma will be found under "CHEST - Respiration - asthmatic" and not under "SKIN - eruptions"
as asthma is the more vital complaint.
A second criterion for selecting the position of the remedies is: prefer the more active or more
aggressive expression.
E.g.: morose and cheerful are both "active", but morose is more aggressive
Otherwise make a decision at random.
E.g.: sadness alternating with tranquility
If the alternation is involving a sensation in a certain localization, then first write the localization
E.g.: alternating with - Heart; stitches in the
(also note that the localization is written with a capital first letter since version 8)
There are also generalized alternations, where "general" complaints are alternating with other
"general" complaints. Such generalization can be found often in Boger's Bnninghausen's Repertory
Bg2 and very often in Phatak's Repertory (Ptk1).
E.g. "SKIN - COMPLAINTS of skin - alternating with - other symptoms"
E.g. "HEAD - COMPLAINTS of head - alternating with - Stomach; complaints of"

Concomitants
Special attention is given to symptoms which typically accompany or follow a given symptom.
Although often stressed in Materia Medica, concomitant symptoms formerly did not get any special
attention, nor a special format in the repertory. They were "normal" modalities ending as follows:
...; with / ...; during / ...; from / etc. However, many other symptoms ending with these words
were not true concomitants. Consequently the concomitants were drowned in the mass of
symptoms.
This is one reason why we have decided in Synthesis to adapt a special format for a concomitant,
which is often a rare and peculiar symptom.
A true concomitant is a symptom which typically accompanies another symptom. The coincidence
itself becomes a symptom.
A concomitant is made of two parts, which means that there are two place where one can go and
find the concomitant.
E.g.: "asthma accompanied by hemorrhoids" could be searched in chapter respiration or in rectum.
In Synthesis this concomitant will be found (with its remedy) in only one place. In the other place
there will be a referring rubric to the former symptom. These referring rubrics make a lot of
concomitants, hidden until now, visible.
The general Synthesis structure of the concomitants is:
{symptom } - accompanied by - {symptom 2}
"Accompanied by" is sorted in between the modalities and considered as such.

Under "accompanied by" we find all subrubrics which are concomitant to the given symptom.
"Accompanied by" is only used
* to stress the concomitant appearance of two pathologies.
E.g.: "Vertigo - accompanied by - asthma"
* to indicate the peculiar coincidence of two pains or other symptoms
E.g.: "Extremities - pain - shoulder - right - accompanied by - leg; pain in left"
There are also "generalized" concomitants, which means to indicate that a given complaint usually
is accompanied by a second one (i.e. typically does not appear just on its own). This generalization
has been introduced into repertories by Bnninghausen and leaded in Boger Bg2 to very unclear
symptoms such as "Coryza - Concomitants". In Synthesis the phrase "accompanied by" is followed by
"complaints; other" for all such cases.
E.g. NOSE - CORYZA - accompanied by - complaints; other
We keep the known way for expressing concomitant symptoms:
* if a mental symptom is accompanied by a pathology (MIND - SADNESS - taste - bitter taste in
mouth; with a). The remedy is present in the chapter MIND, except when the physical complaint is
clearly caused by the indicated mental state.
E.g.: "Sighing - leukorrhea; with",
but: "Palpitation - grief; from", etc. (grief causes palpitations)
* if two concomitant mind symptoms are present:
E.g.: "laughing - anxiety - during"; "anger - laughing; with burst of", etc.
* if the modality is
"chill; during"
"fever; during"
"perspiration; during"
"apyrexia; during"
E.g.: Hot breath - chill; during
In some other cases of chill-, fever- or perspiration symptoms, the difference is made between
these two situations:
1/ a symptom may be occurring during and because of the chill, fever or perspiration stage of a
feverish disease:
E.g.: "Stomach - Vomiting - perspiration - during" (= the vomiting occurs typically during and
because of the stage of perspiration of a feverish disease; first the perspiration, then the vomiting
because of the perspiration)
2/ the symptom is not caused by the chill, fever or perspiration. When the complaint arises, then
some chill, fever or perspiration come up as well. In the last case, the format "accompanied by" is
followed.
E.g.: "Stomach - Vomiting - accompanied by - perspiration" (= perspiration accompanies the
vomiting in this particular patient; when he is vomiting, perspiration comes as well; first the
vomiting, then the perspiration because of the vomiting)
In the following case we explicitly confirm the use of the new syntax:
if one of the concomitants is: "nausea; with"
E.g.: "HEAD - Pain - accompanied by - nausea"
For each concomitant symptom, there is at least one referring rubric. The choice of the main rubric
as opposed to the referring rubric is defined according to the same rules as for the alternating
symptoms.

If the concomitant involves a sensation in a certain localization, then first write the localization:
E.g.: do not write "accompanied by - stitches in the heart", but write:
"accompanied by - Heart; stitches in the"
(also note that the localization is written with a capital letter since version 8)
Sometimes there have to be TWO referring rubrics , for example when the first referring rubric does
not follow the format of "accompanied by" and does refer to another section in the repertory. This
is especially the case if a well known rubric is converted into a referring rubric in order to apply the
rules set for referring rubrics.
E.g.: "Stomach - Nausea - headache; during" is a well known rubric, but according to our rules, the
remedies should be present in the more vital chapter HEAD. Two referring rubrics are created:
"Stomach - Nausea - accompanied by - headache (see ...)", but also "Stomach - Nausea - headache;
during (see ...)"
In some cases, the referring rubric to the chill, fever, perspiration rubrics may follow the new
format of "accompanied by":
E.g.: the referring rubric "CHILL - Accompanied by - hot breath" points to "RESPIRATION - Hot
breath - chill; during".
Concomitant colors of tongue are also indicated with "accompanied by". The remedy is written as a
subrubric of the most important color and a referring rubric is existing at the other color.
E.g.: Discoloration - tongue - white - accompanied by - sides - clean"
Sometimes more than two features are relevant concomitants. The expression "accompanied by"
should be used only once within one symptom. As usual the remedy is present only at one place to
which all other symptoms refer.
E.g.: a white tongue with a black streak in the centre accompanying liver diseases. The remedy is in
the main rubric "ABDOMEN - LIVER and region of liver; complaints of - accompanied by - Tongue
white, heavily coated and black streak down centre".
The referring rubric to this symptom is: 'MOUTH - DISCOLORATION - Tongue - white - heavily coated
- accompanied by - Centre and liver disease; black streak down'.
Another example of more than two relevant concomitants:
MM: dry, white tongue in endocarditis
Synthesis: the remedy is present in the most vital rubric (therefore in Chest): "CHEST INFLAMMATION - Heart - Endocardium - accompanied by - Tongue; dry and white"

Sequence of symptoms
Sequences of symptoms are indicated as follows:
Extremities - pain - shoulder - right - followed by - shoulder; pain in left
Perspiration - followed by - vomiting
All rules for "accompanied by" apply for "followed by".

Ailments (Level 2 in MIND and in GENERALS)


This level-2 rubric contains all symptoms which cause the persons' general health to be deteriorated
as a consequence of either the mental or general influence:
If the causation is a mental state, it is found under "MIND - AILMENTS from".
If it is a general cause, not mentally, it is under "GENERALS - AILMENTS from".
Be aware of the rubrics under "GENERALS - CONVALESCENCE; ailments during", which include "never
well since" and which are similar to these ailments rubrics. Under "2Convalescence" you will find the
remedies with ailments since a given disease.

In the majority of the cases "xxx - AILMENTS from" indicates the same as "xxx - agg.". To avoid
repetition, only the latter rubric has been maintained in these cases (E.g.: Generals - food - wine agg = generals - food - wine - ailments, from).
The difference of a shorter or a longer aggravation from wine for example is a nuance which does
not allow to differentiate the remedy in most cases. Agg. would be used if the symptoms stay for
some hours, maybe some days; ailments from when the symptoms stay for some days, weeks,
months ...
The energetic direction of the remedy in both cases is nevertheless exactly the same.

Periodically recurrent events are often difficult to find


"skin -discoloration - bluish - recurring annually", but:
"skin -discoloration - spots, as if burnt - yearly returning".
We made all periodically recurrent events subrubrics of the rubric "periodical". (you get: skin discoloration - bluish - periodical - annually).
The level "periodical" is positioned on the highest level, according to the logic of the repertory.
Most often this will occur at level 3.
E.g.: do not write: "head - pain - forehead - morning- periodical - alternate morning", but "... forehead - periodical - morning - alternate morning"
Remarks
The period of time after which a symptom recurs is indicated as a multiple of hours, days, weeks or
months. If a number of days coincides with a (smaller) number of weeks, the number of weeks is
used in preference.
E.g.: three days
ten days
two weeks
instead of
fourteen days
twenty-five days
"Recurrent" is most often not a subrubric of "periodical" as it does not imply any regularity or
periodicity in its re-occurrence. If an event is recurrent, but not periodically recurrent, the rubric
remains "recurrent"
E.g.: Eye - styes - recurrent"
For the way in which rubrics expressing periodicity are sorted: see appendix

Illogical superrubrics
Kent's Repertory is filled with "illogical superrubrics", often caused by the simplicity of the lay-out.
This means that a certain superrubric does not make sense for the subrubrics that depend on it. In
Synthesis such illogical superrubrics have been modified so that you can clearly read all levels of
any subrubric after another and they still make sense.
E.g.: "extremities - drawing up limbs agg. - amel." is modified into "... - drawing up limbs - amel.";
"urine - color - yellow, light - dark" into "... - yellow - dark"; ...

Modalities grouped under a global superrubric


Some modalities are not present one by one, but as subrubrics under a common heading. In this way
the symptoms can be found more easily at one place.
***Beginning of
When the symptom is aggravated or caused at the beginning of a modality, then this should be
indicated as a subrubric of "during".
E.g.: - menses - during - beginning of menses - agg.
- urination - during - beginning of - agg.
***End of

When the symptom is aggravated or caused at the end of a modality, then this should be indicated
as a subrubric of "during".
E.g.: - eating - while - end of eating
- urination - during - end of

*** Children
The internationally accepted categories are:
newborn
0 - 4 weeks
nurslings
0 - 1 year
infants 1 - 6 years
children
6 years and above
puberty; during
Remarks: A child between 0 and 1 year of age, which is not nursing is still called a nursling.
"Baby" is a popular expression and may refer to several of the categories mentioned. Therefore it is
to be avoided as it is not precise.
"Children" indicates the general term of all human beings between 0 and 18 years of age and also
indicates a precise category of youngsters between 6 and 18 years of age.
Therefore these categories are correctly represented in the following hierarchical scheme:
children
newborns
(= newborn infant)
nurslings
(= nursing infant; suckling infant)
infants
So the accepted categories are:
babies } children - babies
infants } children - infants
newborns
} children - newborns
nursing infants } children - nursling
schoolgirls
} children - schoolgirls
*** Icy cold / Hot
The difference between warm and hot was maintained as it was considered relevant: itching
ameliorated from a hot bath is not necessarily improved from a warm bath. Nevertheless, the
temperature modalities were grouped in a global superrubric as follows:
icy cold } cold - icy cold
hot
} warm - hot
Until ambiguity is solved: the following can be used as well:
heat
} warmth - heat
The modalities which depend upon these should be written as follows (the modalities "agg." or
"amel." are repeated in order to avoid confusion ):
hot stove amel. } warm - stove - amel. - hot amel.
heat agg.
} warmth - agg. - heat agg.
*** Colors
Different colors are made subrubrics of the main colors:
chestnut
} brown - chestnut
maroon } red - maroon
mahogany
} red - mahogany
In some rubrics the colors are grouped under a global superrubric "colors":
Mind - Colors: indicates general influence of colors on the mental state

Mind - Anger - colors: symptoms with influence of colors on anger only (there are a few rubrics like
this)
Note: In all other rubrics the global superrubric refers only to the color itself: "STOOL - Brown - ...";
"EAR - Discoloration - red - ...", etc.
We understand that there is a difference between "yellowish green" and "greenish yellow". The noun
indicates the main shade of the color, so they will not be considered synonyms in Synthesis. On the
other hand "yellow-green" and "yellowish green" are considered synonyms, but the later is preferred
expression for clarity.
*** Discoloration (only at level 2)
EYE - Blueness } EYE - Discoloration - blueness
I found no other occurrences where this has to be changed except in eye.
*** Light
artificial light
bright light
color light
firelight
gaslight } light
sunlight } light

} light - artificial
} light - bright
} light - color
} light - firelight
- gaslight
- sun, of the

*** Offensive
All offensive odors will depend of "offensive".
spoiled egg; like
} offensive - spoiled eggs; like
This NEW RULE implies a lot of changes: we have not yet executed all these changes (E.g.:: mouth odor -offensive), but take it into consideration when adding new symptoms.
*** Seasons (only in generals - NOT so in the other chapters)
winter - agg
} GENERALS - Seasons - winter - agg
*** Weather (for all chapters)
cloudy } MIND - Weather - cloudy
wet weather
} GENERALS - Weather - wet
change of weather
} HEAD - pain - weather - change of
*** Wind (for all chapters)
Cold - wind
} EAR - PAIN - wind - cold - agg.
Cold - dry - wind
} FACE - PAIN - wind - cold - dry - agg.

Food and Drinks (agg., amel., aversion and desire)


All other food modalities are subrubrics of the four leading food-modalities: agg., amel., aversion
and desire.
"Ailments": Note that: "wine -ailments, after" is considered to be the same as "wine - agg". Only the
latter is maintained (cfr. section 4d).
In STOMACH: you will find empty rubrics "2Desire" and "2Aversion". All additions to these rubrics are
in "GENERALS - Food"

Expressions of more than one word

If an expression is composed of two or more words and its meaning is only clearly understood when
these two words are combined, then this modality is inserted in the way that the expression is used
in common language.
E.g.: mental exertion can be found under "mental exertion" and under "exertion, mental". As
"mental exertion" is one expression with a specific meaning, Synthesis inserts all these symptoms as
"mental exertion".
These expressions are integrated in the list of "preferred words".
If you are in doubt whether two words have to be kept together as one expression, consider
whether they have to be translated by one word in any other language. If yes, it becomes
mandatory to add them as an expression. (E.g.: mental work = Geistesarbeit)
If such expressions occur at level 2, both words need to be written in capitals.

Combined modalities
Thousands of modalities refer to two or more modalities at the same time: cold air, warmth of bed,
open air, draft of air, warm drinks, cold bathing, warm applications amel, etc. About half of them
are written with the "temperature - component" as leading word (= cold bathing amel), and half of
them with the other component as leading word (= bathing - cold amel). (e.g.: extremities - pain upper limbs - washing - cold water, but: extremities - pain - tearing - fingers - cold washing).
Another example: "cold wet weather" refers to 14 symptoms in the original Kent. "Cold damp
weather" to 28. So far, additions have been made in both ways. In both cases, some symptoms are
not to be found under c(old) or d(amp) but under w for weather!
To solve this confusion, we have elaborated a format for "combined modalities" to which we
transcribe all new symptoms.
As much as possible we have already reformatted existing symptoms along the same lines.
For the list of combined modalities: see appendix

Modalities with a temperature-component


The modalities which include a temperature component have all been streamlined so that the
temperature part comes first:
cold - applications
cold - air
warm - room
cold - bathing
warm - food
etc.
The reason for doing so is that in these case the temperature is often the most important part of
that modality. When someone is "better bathing in cold water", what strikes us is that he bathes in
cold water, not so much that he is taking a bath.
The exception to this rule are the modalities of wind, weather and draft of air:
weather - cold
wind - warm
draft; of air - cold
This exception is made because one or more of the following reasons:
there too may differentiations of these modalities (e.g. so many types of weather, not just warm
and cold weather)
it is practical to have these modalities close together as may help to differentiate remedies
their position in the Repertory is well known and uniform already

Synonymous rubrics
As a rule synonymous rubrics are merged into only one rubric, which is the only one to contain the
remedies. All other rubrics refer to the latter. The rubric with the remedies and with the subrubrics
is the one in the more vital chapter.
E.g.: "mind - excitement - alternating with - convulsions" is the same as "generals - convulsions alternating with - excitement". There will be a synonym in the chapter "generals" and the remedies
will be found in "mind", the more vital chapter.
See also "STANDARDIZING THE LANGUAGE OF THE REPERTORY- Combining too similar rubrics".

Splitting of a symptom into more or less levels


In principle every level is split if it belongs to a different "group", such as time, modality, etc.
E.g.: "noon after eating" (even if it as a small rubric) will become:
"noon - eating, after"

"Descriptions of pain"
A description of pain consists of at least one subrubric below the headrubric pain (level 2) that
explains the pain in more detail (e.g. burning, stitching, drawing, etc.). In spoken language as well
as in certain repertories - the word pain very often is omitted (e.g. "my eyes burn").
Descriptions of pain are (as from Synthesis version 9.1) positioned at the end of the symptom in the
pain sections of the repertory, i.e. they form the last level of the symptom and therefore after
times, sides, modalities, extensions or localizations.
The homeopathic reason for this position is the experience of both patients and homeopaths that
nothing is more difficult to define than the way a pain feels.
E.g.: "Eye - pain - morning - stitching pain": The description stitching is now at the end of the
symptom as the last rubric.
If yet another description of pain is added to explain the main one in more detail, the latter is
positioned as a direct subrubric of the first description. This way all "sub-descriptions" of a certain
description are always to be found in one single group because a description only has other
descriptions as subrubrics.
The directions of a pain, esp. as expressed in terms like inward, forward, outward, upward,
downward, etc. is also considered a description of pain because it doesn't modify (i.e. change) the
pain, it furthermore does not depict an extension (which needs both a beginning and an end), but it
explains (i.e. describes) it.
E.g.: "Eye - pain - stitching pain - burning": burning is sorted directly behind the chief description
stitching.
E.g.: "Eye - pain - stitching - pain - inward": inward is not - as it was in Kent - a subrubric of
extending to anymore.
To learn more about how this change of position of descriptions has been achieved, please read the
chapter "STREAMLINING AND RESTRUCTURING".

"Other descriptions "


In a limited number of rubrics, the modalities (or extensions, whichever group of symptoms happens
to be the last) are followed by a second alphabetically ordered group of symptoms. These are not
descriptions of pain, but rather descriptions of the characteristics of the symptom.
In these symptoms, the alphabet will start a second time to describe these "other descriptions".
This is the case for the following 2-level symptoms:

head - noises
vision - colors
ear - noises
nose - discharge
in all chapters - eruptions: modalities and descriptions are put mixed (they will be split again later
after some more streamlining for eruptions)
There is yet another exception within these other descriptions, where a complaint that does not
necessarily have to be painful is being described as "painful" or vice versa: an often painful
complaint like an ulcer is being described as "painless". The words painful and painful simply
describe the complaint as such (e.g. an ulcer, a swelling) without modifying it. In all occurrences of
these expressions, they are at the end of a symptom (i.e. at the last level of it) and are sorted
together with the modalities in one group.
E.g. constipation - painful
erections - painful
hemorrhage - painful
inflammation - painful
shocks - painful, etc.
tumors - painless
swelling - painless
induration - painless
pulsating - painless
One should be aware of the fact that still the word "pain" also occurs in modalities, most often in
the meaning: a complaint that is worse during or after certain or general pains.
E.g. Mind - Weeping - pains - with the (the pain causes the weeping)
E.g. CHEST - Palpitation of heart - pain; during (the pain modifies the palpitation)

"Extensions" (in pain sections)


The format of these symptoms always begins as follows:
.... - extending to - {whatever region}
There are in fact two types of information that can follow "extending ...":
extending to
(back, ...)
extending into (heart, ...)
As "extending ..." has to be the expression preceding any of the possibilities above, we prefer the
one that is most frequently correct grammatically (extending to), because it is most frequently
occurring.
Another ambiguity is avoided by applying the rule above: the repertorial expression "extending leg" can have two meanings ("extending the leg" and " extending to the leg") unless "extending to" is
systematically indicating it is an extension.
The leading keyword of the level below "extending" should be the localization of the extension and
not a specification of the latter. This specification may be a side or a part of the major localization.
Do not write:
but write:
extending to - pit of stomach
extending to - stomach - pit of stomach
left shoulder
shoulder - left
The extension is always described from origin to end. Symptoms in the repertory that make an
exception to this rule have been moved, possibly to another chapter.
E.g.: - "urethra - pain - drawing - extending to anus - from anus through urethra": has been moved
to "rectum - pain - drawing - ...". Nevertheless a referring rubric in chapter urethra still points to
the correct position of the rubric which some homeopaths would otherwise search in vain (urethra pain - drawing - extending from anus to urethra (see 1RECTUM - Pain - drawing - extending to -

urethra).
Since Synthesis 9.1, extensions into a certain direction are not any longer subrubrics of "extending
to", if they are a description of pain (such as "extending to - upwards").
The reason is that these "extensions" express the description of the pain, they make the description
of pain more precise. Therefore the level "extending to" has been removed and the level "upwards"
has been labeled with a D.
E.g.: "stitching - extending to - upwards" has been replaced by "stitching - upwards".
Another reason for doing so, is that Repertory language now is again closer to spoken language.
The same has been done for "downward, inward, outward, forward, backward, up and down" if
these levels were specifying a description of pain and subrubrics of "extending to".

"Localizations"
The first letter of a localization is always upper case.
If the localization is composed, only the first letter is upper case
E.g.: Upper limbs
In the previous Synthesis versions the sub-localizations were small case, but this has been changed
in version 8.
Beside the obvious "specific localization" which gives the part of body, region, organ, etc. where a
given complaint can be localized, there are several types of generalized localizations, none of
which were applied by Kent and all introduced by Bnninghausen.
The highest level of generalization (abstraction) are localizations at the level of chapter, for such
chapters which themselves are localizations. In Bg2 you therefore find rubrics like "Stomach stomach". In order to a) improve the readability and b) not to repeat the name of the chapter at
the level of the headrubric, those headrubrics start with a leading "Complaints of"
E.g. "STOMACH - COMPLAINTS of the stomach"
Similarly if the localization is not a name of a chapter but one of the main organs, regions, body
parts of a chapter, they are listed as headrubrics of their own right starting with the name of the
localization, followed by the expression "complaints of", thus again making clear that this rubric
does not stand for a specific complaint, but for a generalization.
E.g. "ABDOMEN - PANCREAS; complaints of"
E.g. "EYE - CONJUNCTIVA; complaints of"
In case of "smaller" localizations, e.g. parts of such bigger localizations, positions within them, etc.
the localizations are given below the respective "bigger" localizations
E.g. "EXTREMITIES - FINGERS; complaints of - Tips"
E.g. "EYE - LIDS; complaints of - Margins of lids"
E.g. "EAR - COMPLAINTS of ears - Behind the ear"
All these headrubrics are considered localizations and therefore logically sorted at the end of each
chapter.
Remarks:
Only in some chapters, the "sides" are considered as localizations: head, external throat, neck,
chest and abdomen. In all other chapters "sides" are part of the "group of the sides". The result is
that "head - sides" is positioned after the extensions and not as the first block of head. In all other
occasions "side" is part of the first block of symptoms "sides".
"Side (not) lain on" is considered as a localization.

Standardizing the language of the repertory


The language of the Repertory is different from the language of the Materia Medica and different
from the language of the patient because the Repertory has to use a more limited vocabulary. It is
important to remember this quality especially as more and more new rubrics are created.
People may use different words and descriptions to express the same thing. This richness will be
reflected in the exact wording of the Materia Medica. The core of the expressed symptom or idea
will only be found in one way in the Repertory. Otherwise, consulting the Repertory becomes a
laborious task: for each expression we would have to think of all possible synonyms and similar ways
of expressing the same thing, before we know all corresponding remedies. Now we go to the one
rubric, possibly guided by synonyms that point to it.

Preferred words, expressions and spelling


If we use the Repertory regularly, we begin to perceive that certain words or expressions are more
often used than others. It would be very laborious to make a complete list of preferred words and
expressions and we would have to conclude that it has not been fully applied anyway.
However, we should be aware of the advantages of this "restricted vocabulary" when editing or
adding new symptoms. It allows us to find the symptoms more easily.
One example: A typical Repertory expression is the modality "ameliorated by". It is so often used, it
has been abbreviated by "amel."
However the idea of "ameliorated by" is still expressed in different ways in the Repertory: " xxx
ameliorate"; "better from xxx"; "disappearing from xxx"; relieved by or after xxx"; etc... All these
expressions have been replaced by "amel." in Synthesis.
The same can be said regarding spelling. For the spelling of words, we have replaced Kent's
nineteenth century American spelling by modern American English spelling, using Webster
Dictionary as a reference.
Altogether we have tried to bring the language of Synthesis as close as possible to everyday
language. For medical expressions we have preferred the more commonly used disease names.
The choices made by limiting the vocabulary have been made accessible by creating numerous
synonyms and cross-references.

* Punctuation
each comma or semi-colon has to be followed by a single space in a phrase
punctuation marks immediately follow a word (no space in front of them)
abbreviations are followed by a full stop (especially agg. and amel.)
no comma or full stop at the end of a level of a symptom
not "skin - cicatrices," but "skin - cicatrices"
* Use of high and low cast:
CHAPTER NAME: high cast
HEADRUBRIC: first word high cast, following words low cast (except if the first word is a composed
word, e.g.: GOOSE FLESH or part of an expression, e.g.: mental exertion)
rubrics: all letters low cast, except if required otherwise because of spelling rules and except for
(the first letter of) a localization in the Pain sections
Note:
do not write

but write

Lower Limbs
Throat Pit

Lower limbs
Throat pit

Upper Limbs
Upper Arm

Upper limbs
Upper arm

* Singular / Plural
prefer the plural if it can be used as well as the single:
foot
-}
feet
eruption
-}
eruptions
toe
-}
toes
membrane
-}
membranes
animal names: use plural
E.g.: use "geese" in stead of "goose"
* Tense of verbs
There are two preferred tenses of the verbs:
if the symptom is expressed by the subject of the action, prefer the present continuing tense
if the symptom is expressed by the object of the action, prefer the past principle
E.g.: Talking ><
Talked to; being
Looking ><
Looked at; being
In the subrubrics of these rubrics, an inclination of the verb can be used to clarify the meaning of a
symptom or to make the level of that symptom readable.
E.g.: Talking - learning to talk; slow
If there is a choice, which may be the case especially in the local chapters, then prefer the present
continuous tense:
E.g.: "Eyes - Swelling" in stead of "Eyes - Swollen"
However, if the meaning becomes different, this should not be done!
E.g.: Eyes - turning = the eyes are turning
Eyes - turned = they are not turning any more
If there is a noun expressing the same idea, this should be preferred as it is more easy to add
modalities to it (modalities are most often adjectives). To make sure, look in the list of preferred
words.
E.g.: the modality "moving" should be replaced by "motion"

Avoiding ambiguities
Every language has its ambiguous words and expressions. We want to draw your attention to a few
examples of particular interest for the Repertory. Wherever it has been possible, the ambiguity has
been solved. We suggest you take them into account especially when creating new symptoms.
alcoholics
alcoholic drinks
drunkards (as opposed to "drunkenness; during")
angina inflammation of throat
angina pectoris
bathing see explanation under washing
birth = concerns the infant being born, but use:
delivery if the mother is concerned
biting = modality (from the verb "to bite"): write "biting; when"
description of pain

breast = use either "chest"


or "mammae"
"Breast" may be used in expressions (e.g. chicken breast, milk breast) or nonmedical rubrics (e.g.
man suckling at her breast; dying)
cardialgia
= pain heart

= heartburn (burning sensation at the pit of the stomach)

cold agg/amel be more precise which cold is involved


cold applications; cold weather; cold air; cold water; ...
cold; taking
= use "cold; taking a" when getting a flu is meant
use "cold; becoming" for exposure to cold temperature
crying use "weeping" if grief and tears are involved
use "shrieking" if screaming aloud is indicated
dinner = meal at noon (Kent's terminology)
This will have to be changed some day as it does not correspond with nowadays language. In the
mean time it is better to stick to the way Kent used these words (meal in the evening = supper)
meal in the evening
heat
= stage of heat during fever
in all other instances "warmth" or "warm" should be preferred to avoid ambiguity (e.g.: do not write
"heat - bed", but "warm - bed")
>< fever: heat is only one stage of fever (chill or perspiration exist as well)
inspiration
= taking in the air (as opposed to expiration)
breathing (= both respiratory movements continued for some time)
leg
= part of lower limb under the knee
do not use leg = lower limb
lie
= to be in a recumbent position (complete phrase to avoid ambiguity)
to make an untrue statement (same for tense "lying")
light
= to the word "light", add either (low weight) or
(brightness) if meaning cannot be understood from context
men
= men (use only when exclusively male persons are meant);
otherwise use: humankind
nursing = breastfeeding a child: use "nursing the child"
being breastfed: use "nursed; when the child is"
watching the sick: use "watching the sick" or "night watching"
orange = use "oranges" for the fruit. If still ambiguity may exist, use
"orange colored" (if the color is meant)
patient = a sick person (always write "a patient")
not impatient
respiration
if respiration = inhaling air: use inspiration
if respiration = both respiratory movements: use breathing

storm = use "weather - stormy weather" if mostly windy weather is meant


use "thunderstorm" if thunder and lightning is involved
vertex = upper part of head
the anatomical bone
the occiput (confused by mistake)
the central place from where of the hair starts to grow (use crown)
waking = waking up from sleep (still in bed, anyway no motion yet)
use "rising" if "getting out of bed" (= motion) is involved
waking = waking any time of the day from sleep (waking is OK)
waking in the morning especially: write "morning - waking; on"
warmth "warm - application" if locally applied warmth is meant; OR:
"warm - air" if warmth in general is meant (no local application)
"weather - warm", "warm - bed" and "warm - room" are still other possibilities
washing = washing a part of the body
if the whole body is washed, use "bathing"
do not use bathing for a part of the body
water = water, drinking (when the water is drunk)
("water, drinking - cold" is a possible subrubric of cold drinks)
cold applications (when the water is applied externally)
PS 1: for different symptoms we will need some more time to investigate the sources to see
whether the drinking or the application was meant. This problem arises also with subrubrics such as
"cold water", "warm water", when the two possibilities are feasible.
PS 2: when the act of drinking is indicated, that is to say not especially drinking water, then use
"drinking".

Combining too similar rubrics


Different rubrics should only continue to exist if they express a difference which is expressed by the
common people, not by linguists.
The underlined rubric is the one to be preferred:
MIND - Money, from losing
MIND - Ailments - punishment

{} Ailments - money; loss of


{} MIND - Punishment - agg mental symptoms

Cross-references, synonyms and referring rubrics


The difference we are making between synonyms and cross-references is based on a technical
difference in the repertories in making references from one rubric to another:
CROSS-REFERENCES are rubrics with remedies referring to other rubrics with remedies. The meaning
of cross-referenced rubrics is similar, but sufficiently different to legitimate a different rubric.
Remedies and subrubrics are added to the most appropriate rubric.
SYNONYMS follow the master synonym to which they relate.
E.g.: Discontented (= displeased, dissatisfied)
Discontented is the master synonym which is followed by some synonyms, such as displeased.
You will find these synonyms themselves also as (referring) rubrics in their logical place in the
repertory. If one looks for that symptom he will be referred to the master synonym.

E.g.: Displeased (see Discontented)


Displeased as a regular rubric is called a referring rubric, pointing you to look at the master
synonym "discontented".
Hence REFERRING RUBRICS are rubrics without remedies nor subrubrics referring to a rubric (Master
Synonym) which contains the remedies. In repertorial language, the referring rubrics (containing the
synonyms) are considered synonymous with the master synonym. The remedies and subrubrics are
added only under the master synonym.
A special case are the alternating symptoms. In the original repertory of Kent remedies may figure
under both entries (e.g.: anger alternating with cheerful and cheerful alternating with anger). In
Synthesis we have selected always only one rubric as the "master" one and the other became a
referring rubric. Remedies are only added at the master rubric.
The choice which rubric is to be considered as a master one is discussed under the heading
alternating symptoms.
There are some referring rubrics which do not add to the meaning of the headrubric, but which are
only there to localize more easily the headrubric / master synonym.
E.g.: Sadness - alternating with - irritability (see 2Irritability - alternating with - sadness)
These referring rubrics are called "explanatory referring rubrics"
There is also a syntax which we are systematically using to create consistency and ease of use
throughout Synthesis.
Cross reference syntax:
1CHAPTER - Headrubric - rubric
2Headrubric
3rubric

if x-ref is present in:


in different chapter
in same chapter
in same headrubric (level 3)

Cross references are positioned after the remedies of the rubric.


Referring rubric syntax:
SYMPTOM (see 1CHAPTER - Headrubric - rubric)
SYMPTOM (see 2Headrubric)
SYMPTOM; symptom (see 3rubric)

if synonym is present in:


in different chapter
in same chapter
in rubric at level 3

Referring rubrics never contain remedies, subrubrics, nor x-references.


Master Synonym syntax:
MASTER SYNONYM (synonym1/synonym2 - level 3/text text; text - synonym3).
In principle, the master synonym repeats all the synonyms it is referred from.
Different synonyms following the same master synonym are separated by a slash (/).
Synonyms precede the remedies of the rubric.
The master synonym contains remedies and may have subrubrics or x-references.
In all instances the following rules are respected:
from version 6.0 onwards, we use "(see ..." in stead of "(See ...".
each cross-reference following a rubric or each synonym following a referring rubric begins with
level 1, 2 , 3 or ... of the symptom. This is indicated by adding the number corresponding to the
level just in front of the first letter of that level.
E.g.: x-ref at: Discouraged
x-ref: 2Confidence - lack
E.g.: synonym: Displeased (see 2Discontented)
E.g.: x-ref at a more level symptom:
Pain - stitching - leg - calf - stepping
x-ref: 3lancinating - leg calf - stepping

E.g.: synonym at a more level symptom:


Pain - stitching - leg - calf - stepping (see 6walking)
the introduction of one or more words at each level should be sufficient to find the symptom with
the "search - symptom" function.
E.g.: "2Jealousy " is enough
E.g.: "1MIND - Air" is not enough; you need "1MIND - Air castles" as another entry with "mind - air"
exists.
Therefore, at each level at least the first word is written. If at any level ambiguity persists, then a
second or more words are written unless ambiguity is resolved.
If a concept is only expressed with precision by more than one word, these two or more words will
be written in the referring part of the cross-reference or synonymous rubric.
This is necessary as these expressions may have the same first word in English, but not yet identical
meanings.
E.g.: "mental" may be the first word of: mental exertion
mental power
mental symptoms
Also think about the translation for the same reason:
E.g.: see run
may be translated by
whereas
see run over
may be translated by

voir courrir
voir renverser

Each level of a symptom is separated by "{space}-{space}" (as opposed to words with the same sign
"-", such as throat-pit).
Text of a symptom can be never put between round brackets. Text between brackets always
indicates a synonym.
If a word needs clarification, this may be done by using square brackets within the text of the
symptom.:
E.g.: MIND - DELUSIONS - light [= brightness] as opposed to
MIND - DELUSIONS - light [= low weight]

Making additions
When I started practicing homeopathy (1978), there was an important group of homeopaths who
believed no additions should be made to Kent's Repertory. The idea was that the Repertory
contained wisely selected information and that additions could only increase the bias of too much
information. One would be tempted to believe that this was Kent's vision as well, as he introduced
the third edition of his Repertory as follows: "You will find all remedies of any value contained
herein. The book is complete." But a conversation has been reported, shortly before his death,
where he contradicted his wife who was making the same statement. He confessed to Dr. Frederika
Gladwin that "his job was almost done. If it had to continue, his students had to take care of it."
Today there seems to be little doubt as to the necessity of additions. But another problem is
emerging: an increasing number of homeopaths is questioning the reliability of those colleagues
who suddenly report hundreds if not thousands of additions based on their clinical experience. I
believe we should take a resolute stand and treat each other's "fever for additions". Moreover, we
should balance it with "fastidiousness about correct additions".

The sources

Current additions
From which sources have the additions previously been made?
You will find the additions from the Repertories that are primarily used today: Boger's version of
Bnninghausen Repertory, Oscar Boericke's Repertory, Phatak's Repertory, etc.
Information from different Materia Medica books has been integrated, especially from the classical
authors such as:
- Hahnemann: surprisingly, many of Hahnemann's symptoms seem not to have been integrated into
Kent's Repertory
- Kent's Materia Medica (fully integrated on the basis of Dr. Linda Johnston's tremendous work (Los
Angeles, USA)
- Hering's Encyclopedia (this source was preferred over copying from the secondary source, Knerr's
Repertory, which contains the same material)
- Allen's Encyclopedia (the original book, not the index, which contains many mistakes and
omissions as we found with key-word searches using Radar. Whenever possible we have indicated if
the information came from Allen's full text or from the Index to his Encyclopedia)
- Roberts "Sensations as if". Although some consider it as a Repertory, it is a full text structured line
by line. It takes much time to transcribe it to a correct repertory structure, but the book is being
integrated into Kent's Repertory.
- other Materia Medicas have been integrated, although most of them partially, due to the amount
of work involved. Worth mentioning: Clarke's Dictionary, William Boericke's Materia Medica,
Phatak's Materia Medica, Borland's books, Tyler's Drug Pictures, etc.
Special thanks at this level goes to the European homeopaths collaborating under the coordination
of Thomas Lowes (Munich, Germany) and to the members of the American rhus-tox study group.
Many other homeopaths have done great jobs on particular remedies taken from different sources,
or from research according to their interest. Since Synthesis 5, for example, you will find much
more complete pictures of the nosodes: additions from Henry Allen's Nosodes, reviews of
carcinosinum, psorinum, different strains of tuberculinum and medorrhinum.
An important number of clinical observations from different "living" authorities has been added.
The largest number of additions in this category is derived from George Vithoulkas. We have taken
great care to make sure that Synthesis is the best reflection of his clinical experience, which is
probably the largest in homeopathy to date.
George Vithoulkas has gathered a great number of homeopaths in a Clinical Centre in Athens. All
consultations are supervised by more experienced homeopaths or by him. Today 34 medical doctors
are working in the Centre and Vithoulkas estimates to have seen more than 150.000 cases.
Vithoulkas himself has not published his additions and the best source so far is Dr. Bill Gray's
booklet of notes taken during his stay in Athens (1979).
For the first time, George Vithoulkas himself has been writing down his additions for the chapter
mind, and these are now integrated in Synthesis. The chapter MIND has now more than 1600
controlled additions from his hand. Many of these additions have been confirmed by other authors.
On his instructions, more additions to other chapters have been added in successive versions of
Synthesis. In this version we have also included his indications on changes of degrees (most often a
higher degree).
When a remedy has a higher (lower) degree according to Vithoulkas, it is followed by a sign:
"merc.3vh" means that for this rubric, "merc." should be in the third degree instead of the second
degree. There are more than 1.000 such instances and one is free to follow this advice or not.

Future additions
It is misleading to call any Repertory complete. More work will always be needed to further improve
the quality and increase the content of Synthesis and it is certain that this job will never be
completely finished. So, as a consequence, all current collaborators and, in fact, anyone is invited
to go on with this collaboration.
The most productive contributions are made when everyone does what interests him or her: the
remedy he needs, the author she likes, etc. Nevertheless a few suggestions:
If you plan to undertake a big job, check to see that the work has not been done or started already
by someone else.
In any event it is beneficial to check again encoded additions, as we have done for some earlier
additions.
The priority set by most of our collaborators is to encode all information of the so-called classical
authors (Hahnemann, Kent, Allen, Hering, Clarke and Boericke).
We should continue to give priority to the most reliable information. Written sources and
confirmation of existing material will remain the best choice for a long time. It is more valuable to
have a confirmation by someone not belonging to the same school as the one whose information is
to be confirmed.
And finally: the most reliable symptoms are found when you use the source in the original
language.

The criteria to make an addition


Confidence in additions
Not all homeopaths agree with each other's additions or criteria to make additions.
In the book, the only way to solve this is to clearly indicate the source, permitting each one to
make his decision6(6).
But there are some perspectives. To the presence of any remedy a confidence level will be given
based on homeopathic criteria allowing one to select only the most confident additions at any
stage.
The lowest level of confidence means that it is a one-time addition from just anyone. If other
homeopaths start making the same observation and reporting the same addition, the confidence in
this information will increase. A confidence level of 2 may appear if the remedy belongs to the
original Repertory of Kent, or if the information is supported by at least three different authors,
etc.
The confidence level is NOT reflected in the degrees of the remedies. It is entirely possible that
different authorities confirm that a symptom is sometimes, but not often, found for a remedy: in
this case the confidence level will increase, but not its degree.
At first this tool will only be usable by those working with the computer, as we have yet to imagine
how this information can be translated to the printed form. Our only reasonable solution now seems
to be to accept everybody's additions with consideration, provided they have been added with
caution and precision. There is no selection that would please everybody. Can we refuse to take
additions from the Latin-American schools ? Or include only their additions ? Not everybody would
be pleased.
We are toolmakers and Synthesis is like a violin. We can make it sound very charming, but we
cannot define which music will be played on it: Mozart, a bohemian rhapsody or a cacophony.

Literature versus words

"Verba volant, scripta manent"7(7): it is common-sense that what is written has more scientific
value than what is told. Our first attention goes to the integration of written information.
Another point of attention has unfortunately proved to be the following. When homeopath X quotes
an addition from colleague Y, he should be sure that Y has been quoting from his own experience.
The most relevant question when additions are proposed is: "From whom?". If there is no reassuring
answer to this question, we are better off with no addition at all.

Provings versus clinical experience


A proving has always been the primary source of homeopathic information. As most provings are
supervised by more experienced homeopaths and are, in fact, a scientific study, the results tend to
be more reliable. The rules to extract useful symptoms from a proving have sufficiently been laid
down, but nevertheless, quoting Jeremy Sherr, "good supervision is the key to a good proving".8(8)
It is different with clinical information since homeopaths are so different. One homeopath mentions
with some reluctance one new addition after ten years of practice, while another one shouts with
joy at his ten additions within his first year of practice.
I do not want to dictate rules, but I believe that the general concern is that one should have at
least ten years of full time homeopathic practice before "offering" additions to the community.
Even more experienced homeopaths agree that the additions purely on clinical experience should be
integrated with caution. That is why we added the additions from living "authors" in the first degree
in Synthesis, unless they get confirmation, which may affect a higher degree.
Then finally: when do symptoms of a cured case become possible additions?
There is a difference in the attitude to be taken towards acute or chronic cases.
A chronic case can yield additions if:
the reaction to the remedy is clear-cut, which means
no interference from positive circumstances
no mix up with other remedies or therapies
the reaction to the remedy is spectacular and repeated. A strong reaction to one dose is not
sufficient proof of the remedy's action: we must have placebo-awareness. If the same symptoms
disappear a second and a third time, we feel already more confident about the causative agent.
the duration of action should clearly exceed the possible placebo effect, e.g. from a "nice
conversation"
It might take several years before you can decide whether a chronic case is "good enough" to use for
additions.
An acute case can yield additions if:
the reaction is clear-cut (see above)
the reaction to the remedy is spectacular and carries the patient to a prompt cure (no further
remedies nor therapy needed)
the speed of onset of improvement should be considered. In a full hit acute case, useful for
additions, this should be within 24, preferentially 12 hours after the dose. Be aware that some
acute cases get better on their own, if you wait long enough. We should prefer to consider only the
very spectacular cases.
In both acute and chronic cases, placebo-awareness is a key. For this reason homeopaths were
advised by Dr. Jacques Imberechts (Brussels, Belgium) to first prescribe a placebo.

Procedure for additions


Once the symptom and remedy to be added are firm, it should be established whether the symptom
found is a specific symptom or a generalized symptom (and if the latter is the case, to which

degree).
This is very important, because this will decide where in the repertory to check, whether or not this
symptom already exists. Both in Materia Medica and in the different repertories you might find both
types of symptoms as a few examples for generalized symptoms will illustrate. For the full
discussion on the meaning and importance of this distinction see "II. 2. Specific versus generalized
symptoms.
E.g. Bg2 Materia Medica: Characteristics: Aconitum napellus - Head: Worse: Stooping, talking;
motion; [...] which is a generalized modality and translates to
Synthesis: HEAD - STOOPING - agg.
E.g. Ptk1 Repertory: Head - stooping - agg.: as an example for a generalized modality in a
repertory.
Now you have to search in the existing Repertory to see if the symptom already exists. It is very
important to invest time in this procedure, otherwise many too similar rubrics are created. You
should also be aware that the Repertory is a summary of the homeopathic information and so is its
language. I refer you to the section on the language of the Repertory where you can find "Preferred
words, expressions and spelling".
If a rubric exists which comes close to the meaning of the symptom to be added, we should not
create a new symptom.
ADDITION OF A REMEDY
If the rubric exists, only the remedy must be added to it. The only problem is the degree.
These are the rules we used:
the remedy is not yet present in the rubric:
addition from a living author: add in first degree
addition from literature:
classical author9(9) or author respected by you: add in degree as he proposes
lesser known author: add in first degree
the remedy is already present in the rubric:
if there is difference of opinion about the degree, preference should be given to the proposal of the
"classical or respected author".
If classical authors contradict between them, either the majority is followed, or the highest degree
is taken.
The way we have transcribed the meaning of two, three, four or even five different degrees in the
Materia Medica to the four degrees as used in the Repertory is described in the Appendix (Degrees
in the Repertory for additions from the Materia Medica).
Synthesis uses four degrees according to Dr. Pierre Schmidt, and has a few more remedies in the
fourth degree if they met the criteria set for this degree.

Addition of a symptom
The symptom to be added should first be transcribed into Repertorial language as explained in
"Editing the symptoms". The following proposed rules for adding new symptoms are in part inspired
by the rules Dean Crothers (Seattle, USA) and his collaborators have used10(10).
- A new rubric is not added unless it expresses something characteristic of the remedy
- The most important rule is this: the addition is made to the most specific rubric, not to the more
general rubric(s).
Say the symptom to be added is: "eye - pain - stitching - coughing, on". The more different
modalities exist together, the more this symptom is specific. And we should maintain the specificity
of this information. This symptom does not allow us to add the same remedy to the rubrics "eye pain - stitching" neither to "eye - pain - coughing, on".
Bnninghausen did add the remedies to the more general rubrics on this basis and this is one of the

main differences with Kent's approach. As homeopathy is individualizing, we should not exchange
the more individualized information for general, more vague symptoms without reason.
If it appears clearly from the proving or from the case that specificity is important, we should not
hesitate to create a new rubric, even if a similar symptom or part of the symptom is already
reported. In our example: the coughing causes real stitching, not just any type of pain, so we add to
"pain - stitching- coughing".
- A remedy can be added to a more general rubric
1: if several more specific subrubrics, common to the same more general superrubric, indicate this.
In the previous example: there is stitching pain in the eye also from sneezing, while stooping, on
motion, etc.: we can add the remedy to "eye - pain - stitching" even if this last symptom was not
mentioned as such by any prover.
Another example: a case reports fear of thunder. No matter how strong this fear of thunder may be,
no matter how many cases with the same remedy report fear of thunder: the remedy cannot be
added to the main rubric "fear". Only when various fears are also reported, can the remedy be
added as well to "fear", even if no one said: "I am afraid".
2: if the symptom expresses the superrubric and there is no clear modality
E.g.: add remedy to fear, if there are no modalities of the fear known.
- If a modality itself is modified, then the modality closest to the core of the symptom will be
preferred, except when there is an indication that both modifications are important.
E.g.: if the symptom is "drawing stitching pain", we say that "drawing" modifies "stitching", and we
add the remedy to "stitching". If the symptom is "drawing, stitching pain" or even stronger "drawing
and stitching pain", we have to add the remedy to both rubrics (to "pain - drawing" and to "pain stitching").
- A number of modalities are taken into consideration only if they are really essential. "Backache in
the morning" is relevant only if there is little or no backache at other times, in the afternoon, etc.;
when the backache returns, it is again in the morning. If it is occurring at different times of the
day, the "time modality" is less relevant because the backache has to occur anyway at a certain
time of the day. The question is: "Is it noteworthy that the backache appears in the morning ?"
The same caution should be taken with modalities of "sides", "localizations", and maybe some other
modalities. When adding symptoms, the question we should put to ourselves most often is: "Is it
noteworthy that ...?"
- A longer symptom should be split into meaningful bits.
When Hering mentions that bromium has "a cough which is aggravated from exercise and on
entering a warm room", we should not try and squeeze this information into one rubric (which is
what Kent did: "cough - loose - exercise and warm room agg."). In the perspective of more
additions, we should build a consistent structure and, therefore, add bromium to "cough - loose exercise" and to "cough - loose - warm room - going to a warm room".
Only if there is a connection between the two modalities, should they remain together, one
modality being a subrubric of the other.

Streamlining and restructuring


The term "streamlining" refers to all changes to the text of the repertory that are performed in
order to use the same expressions throughout the whole repertory.
This is an ongoing task that has been done step by step since version 5 of Synthesis. At that time we
focused on synonymous rubrics that made it very difficult - if not impossible - to find all rubrics
with identical meaning.

E.g.: ascending stairs was hidden behind a number of expressions like "going up stairs, when", "on
going up stairs", "stairs, when going up", "ascending stairs, on", "ascending steps", "ascending stairs, while", "going upstairs" etc.
All such terms were "streamlined" to become "ascending stairs" throughout the whole repertory to
make this modality more accessible.
The term "restructuring" refers to all changes to the order and position of rubrics and subrubrics
inside a given symptom. Also this is an ongoing task. One of the first areas of the repertory where
this work has been done systematically were the times which did not follow a very strict rule in very
early versions. Many of those inconsistencies came from Kent's repertory.
E.g.: The time 5 h could be found both as a subrubric of "morning" and as a subrubric of "midnight,
after" and all rubrics "5 h" had been moved to become a subrubric of "midnight - after" . Midnight
itself sometimes was a level of its own right and very often a subrubric of night. Now it always is a
subrubric of night.
restructuring of pain rubrics in Synthesis 9.1
With version 9.1 of Synthesis the restructuring was extended to a very essential part of the
repertory: the subrubrics of the headrubric pain, the pain sections in short.
This change addresses a problem well known even to deft repertory users: a lot of information is
hidden in the subrubrics of the pain descriptions. Let's clarify this with an example.
A patient tells you his pain in the eye is definitely better from rubbing the eye. Synthesis 9.0 offers
7 remedies with this modality in the rubric "EYE - PAIN - rubbing - amel.". The meaningful bit of
information here is "rubbing amel.".
The experienced repertory user knows that the "eye - pain" section contains other symptoms which
include this same modality. These are hidden as subrubrics of the pain descriptions, as follows:
"EYE - PAIN - burning - rubbing - amel."
"EYE - PAIN - foreign body; as from a - rubbing amel."
"EYE - PAIN - pressing, pressure, etc. - rubbing - amel."
"EYE - PAIN - sand, as from - rubbing - amel."
These four rubrics all contain remedies whose pain in the eye is improved by rubbing. The relevance
is that, if we combine these rubrics, we now look at 13 remedies instead of 7! Considering these
additional remedies will increase the likelihood of choosing the correct remedy.
So what was the solution to that problem?
To move the description of pain to the end of the symptom, which automatically gives a greater
emphasis to the modalities, times, etc. (The rules are described in detail in chapter II. 6.
"DESCRIPTIONS OF PAIN".)
In all the symptoms of the pain sections, the description of pain was always on level 3 ("eye - pain burning - morning") or in other words, a subrubric of the headrubric "PAIN". In Synthesis 9.1 this
description has been moved to the last level (i.e. the end) of the symptom. The above symptoms
therefore became:
"EYE - PAIN - rubbing - amel. - burning"
"EYE - PAIN - rubbing - amel. - foreign body; as from a"
"EYE - PAIN - rubbing - amel. - pressing pain"
"EYE - PAIN - rubbing - amel. - sand; as from"
As a consequence, these rubrics containing the same modality are now positioned next to each
other, on the same page or screen. In earlier versions they might have been pages apart, pages that
were seldom turned because of lack of time. This 'hidden' information is now easily visible and
usable.
For software users there is an additional aid to easily find any restructured and/or streamlined
symptom. At the end of Synthesis 9.1 there is an additional chapter "Old symptoms". It contains
all symptoms that have undergone a change, but in the "old format". Here you will find the rubric

that you are used to, e.g.: "OLD SYMPTOMS - EXTREMITIES - PAIN - stitching - Ankle - standing".
Hit enter and you will be at the restructured symptom: "EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Ankles - standing agg. - stitching pain".
Copying remedies from pain descriptions
Due to this restructuring all remedies expressing the same side, time, modality, extension or
localization are either to be found directly at this place or in any of the descriptions which follow as
subrubrics. As all descriptions of pain (like burning) are of course pains themselves, it is not only
possible to copy remedies from such a description to the next higher level (superrubric), but it will
complete the rubric.
This is exactly what has been done: all remedies that where "hidden" in a description of pain and
not yet in the rubric itself, were copies into that common superrubric.
Reverting to the example above, this means that "EYE - PAIN - rubbing - amel." now has 13 remedies
in Synthesis 9.1 (instead of 7 in Synthesis 9.0).
Of course for each remedy the source rubric has been indicated11(11).
Software users have the possibility to choose whether or not to use the remedies copied from
subrubrics. The view "Full Synthesis, rmd copied" contains all copied remedies. All other views
do not contain these additional remedies. These views are just a mouse click apart. In the
printed version the remedies of the subrubrics have been copied as described. Such remedies are
identified by a 'down arrow'.
Extensive Streamlining of symptoms
As mentioned above, the purpose of the restructuring of descriptions of pain results in "grouping"
together similar rubrics that only differ in the last level, the description of pain. In order to achieve
this drastic change, another step became necessary: a thorough streamlining of all symptoms, i.e.
a standardizing of the language of all symptoms. Here the explanation why:
The modality "cold air agg." was expressed in several ways at different places in the Repertory. For
example, in Synthesis 9.0:
HEAD - PAIN - cutting - cold - air agg.
HEAD - PAIN - tearing - air - cold; from
If we restructure this information, without first standardizing how this modality should be
expressed, these rubrics would become:
HEAD - PAIN - cold - air agg. - cutting
HEAD - PAIN - air - cold; from - tearing
This of course would have resulted in lots of rubrics with identical meanings, expressed in many
different ways. Therefore, we standardized (streamlined) the modality "cold air agg." throughout
the repertory into "cold - air - agg." before undertaking the restructuring.
Thus in Synthesis 9.1 the above rubrics became:
HEAD - PAIN - cold - air - agg. - cutting
HEAD - PAIN - cold - air - agg. - tearing
Therefore throughout the repertory, with emphasis on the pain sections this time, the expressions
of rubrics and subrubrics were standardized to an extend never achieved before.
To give just a few examples:
If a combined modality contains an element indicating temperature, then this latter part was put
first: "cold air agg"; "cold bathing amel."; "warm food"; "warm bed"; etc. The only important
exception to this rule is that we did not touch the existing groups under "weather" and "wind": they
remain as they were ("weather - warm - amel."; "wind - cold - agg."; etc.).
As much as possible and where applicable we have reduced modalities to either "agg." or "amel.".
"Walking - from"; "walking - when"; walking - while"; etc. have all been merged into "walking - agg.".
Where doubt existed we kept a difference that will need to be clarified from a study of the Materia
Medica. An example: you will find some remedies and subrubrics at "eating agg." and others at

"eating while" because this is the way the original rubrics were written. These rubrics have not been
merged as it could have induced errors.
All through Synthesis the difference between "after xxx agg." and "xxx agg." was maintained, even
if in some instances this difference appeared to be minimal: is there a difference between "turning
head agg." and "turning head agg.; after"? Further study of Materia Medica will answer in each
instance.
The difference between an aggravation from food and from eating that food has been maintained.
The reason being that "eating warm food" indicates that the aggravation takes places while eating or at least should indicate this. The modality "warm food" normally indicates that the aggravation
takes place because of warm food, but not only and not necessarily while eating it. The same has
been done for aggravation from drinking a drink and the aggravation from that drink (e.g. "tea" as
opposed to "drinking tea"). In all these instances the original symptom information was carefully
preserved.
At last, some modalities that were depending from common superrubrics were split. In Synthesis
9.0 you will find "air - open"; "air - draft of"; etc. These rubrics depend from the common
superrubric "air". In Synthesis 9.1 these modalities became "air agg."; "air agg.; in open" and "air
agg.; draft of". The reasons for this change are to have a more obvious structure, that is easily
perceived and groups expressions and to facilitate the translation of these modalities.
Improvements for Later Editions
The work of standardizing language and expressions (streamlining) and the order of rubrics and
subrubrics within a symptom (restructuring) is still going on. Just to name a few of the tasks: the
expressions in the chapters Mind and Dreams have not been touched systematically right now. In
local chapters the headrubrics discoloration and eruptions still can be improved and some
localizations need further checking (e.g. sacrum versus sacral region versus lumbar region which
often originated from partly incorrect translations of the German "Kreuz" and "Kreuzbeingegend".

Degrees in the repertory


Kent and Bnninghausen used a different system of degrees.
During the integration of the b-bg repertories we have chosen to maintain the degree system of
Kent. Most remedies of Synthesis 8.* will be in the same degree in Synthesis 9.0 and 9.1. This is
important to have consistent results when analyzing a case.
The degrees of the b-bg repertories were converted according to this table:
b-bg
Synthesis
1
1
2
1
3
2
4
3
Here is a symptom which shows that Kent used exactly the same conversion table when integrating
a b-bg symptom:
Empfindungen und Beschwerden - Haut - Geschwre - spannende - darum herum [im Umfang]
SKIN - ULCERS - tense - Areola
These 24 remedies have 100 % identical degrees if you use the table above.

Index of important changes and corrections


On remedies

Proposed rules for remedy abbreviation


In order to easily memorize and decipher remedy abbreviations, clear rules should be established.
Kent did not carry through the logic of some of his rules, thereby leaving some ambiguities in his
system. Barthel and Klunker were the first to improve and expand on Kent's work, however there
were still ambiguities. As Synthesis is now offering many more remedy abbreviations, the existing
lists have scrupulously been reviewed and sometimes changed according to the following rules:
The general rules:
- abbreviations refer to the scientific, most often the Latin name of the substance. If there is no
generally accepted Latin name, English is used.
- the root12(12) of an abbreviation always corresponds to one substance only
Exceptions in Kent: "alum." indicates "alumina" and "aluminium"; "benz" indicates benzinum and
benzoicum; "sang" indicates sanguinaria and sanguinarinum; "mag" indicates "magnetis ..." and
"magnesium"; ... The reverse "error" exists as well: bufo rana and bufo sahytiensis are respectively.
abbreviated as "bufo" and "buf-s."; carboneum oxygenatum becomes "carbo-ox." whereas carboneum
sulph becomes "carb-s."; ...
In a minimum of cases, a root was left indicating two substances, for example when the
abbreviations are well-known and there is no need to anticipate that their specific extensions might
conflict some day if they would become the same. Examples of this situation: "bell" indicates
belladonna and bellis; "carb" indicates carbolic and carbo- ...
- an extension is uniformly used as much as possible
Kent used "-ac." for acids as well as for acetates and made exceptions to both rules.
- sometimes one or more letters have been added to a known root to distinguish it from a substance
which normally would be abbreviated with the same root
E.g.: "cet." in Kent stands for cetraria islandica, but as cetonia aurata was added, the latter was
abbreviated as "ceto." and the former as "cetr.".
A number of extensions are used systematically. The most important ones are:
Most extensions can be used for a different meaning if the root of the abbreviation needs a
specification. The systematic use of extensions with the same meaning therefore applies especially
to salts. An example: "-c." is used to abbreviate "carbonate", but in "ant-c." it means "crudum", in
"abies-c." it means "canadensis", etc.
- all acids are abbreviated with "-ac."
Exceptions in Kent: "zinc-ac." indicates zincum aceticum and not "zincum acidum"
- all acetates are abbreviated with "-act.".
Kent uses most often "-ac." for the acetates as well as for most acids, but sometimes he uses "-a."
(e.g.: kalium aceticum is abbreviated as "kali-a."
Barthel used "-a." as an abbreviation for acetates, but since Kent used "-a." for some of his
arsenates, this has created ambiguity (e.g. nat-a.).
- all arsenates are abbreviated with "-ar."
Exceptions in Kent: "ant-a.", "aur-a.", "chin-a.", "nat-a."... (Whereas arsenate is abbreviated as "-ar."
in "calc-ar.", "cupr-ar.", ...)
- all bromates are abbreviated with "-br."
- all carbonates are abbreviated with "-c." (except if no ambiguity is possible because the carbonate
and its abbreviation are widely known -e.g.: calc.)
Exception in Kent: "arg-c." indicates argentum cyanatum; "zinc-c." indicates zincum cyanatum
- all metals are abbreviated with the extension "-met." (except if no ambiguity is possible since the
metal and its abbreviation are widely known -e.g.: plb.)
Exception in Kent: arsenicum metallicum is abbreviated as "ars-m.". Exception in Barthel: argentum
metallicum is abbreviated as arg-m. Ambiguity left in Barthel: sometimes it is better to add "-met."
since the root has been used by Kent for a different meaning.: e.g.: Kent used "uran." to indicate
"uranium nitricum" and Barthel used the same abbreviation to introduce "uranium metallicum".

- all muriates are abbreviated with "-m."


Exception in Kent and maintained in Barthel: argentum muriaticum is "arg-mur" whereas argentum
metallicum is abbreviated as "arg-m."
- all nitrites are abbreviated by "-n."
- all oxides are abbreviated as "-o."
Kent used "-ox." which is now used to indicate "oxalate".
- all sulphur derivatives are abbreviated by "-s."
An alkaloid often ends as "...inum" and is frequently abbreviated by adding "in." to the abbreviation
of the original substance: Coffeinum becomes "coffin." as coffea is abbreviated as "coff.",
Hyosciaminum becomes "hyosin." as Hyosciamus is "hyos.", etc.
Exceptions in Kent and Barthel: Chininum was given the same abbreviation as China (chin-...);
Sanguinarinum was given the same abbreviation as Sanguinaria (sang-...).
Finally, it has been taken as a rule to represent one substance by one abbreviation. If mixed reports
do not allow this approach (see manganum), the different abbreviations are still made available.
We compare our list of abbreviations only to Kent's list and to Barthel & Klunker's "Synthetic
Repertory", since these are the two widely accepted standards available to date.
It is astonishing that many authors have not referred to one of these existing lists. They have taken
the risk of being misinterpreted by introducing their own list of abbreviations, completely
disregarding the proposals made so far. Phatak in his Repertory for example uses "alum." to indicate
alumen and yet "alum." in Kent indicates alumina; he uses "ind." to indicate indigo and Kent used
"ind." to indicate indium, ...
Consequently, in our proposed new list of abbreviations we have taken the greatest care to
contradict as little as possible the existing lists. Only errors have been corrected and significant
ambiguities have been attributed a new abbreviation. This has been especially true for small
remedies where lack of clarity only increases confusion. For the same reason, in case of small
remedies, extensions have been added.
E.g.: "blatta-o." and "blatta-a." will draw your attention to the fact that two species are mentioned,
making it clearer than when you find only "blatta". This has been done in part by Barthel (e.g.: junc.
became junc-e., but for example he did not change jac., jatr. nor juni., equally small remedies
causing confusion as more species are described)
One last warning: most repertories have not used computer control of the abbreviations. This is so
for Kent's Repertory, and also for more recent repertories. As a result you will find many remedy
abbreviations in the book which are not mentioned in the accompanying list of abbreviations. If
such an exception is made too often by Kent, we have included a special reference to it (e.g.:
terebenthina being abbreviated as "ter." and as "tereb." by Kent).

Comparing lists of remedy abbreviations


Left column lists remedy abbreviations following Kent;
middle column, as in Barthel/Klunker's "Synthetic Repertory" and
right column, the abbreviations in Synthesis.
Important differences are indicated in bold.
KENT
- alum-m.

-/
-/

BARTHEL
= aluminium metallicum
alumin.
The abbreviation alum. is already used for alumina (in Kent
and Synthesis), so aluminium should receive another
abbreviation.
aluminium aceticum
alumin-a.
ammonium aceticum
am-a.

SYNTHESIS
alumin.

alumin-act.
am-act.

-/
- amyl-n.
- ant-a.
- ant-chl.

- ant-ox.
- ant-s.
- anth-n.

- anthr.
- anthro.

- aran-s
- arg-c
- arg-m.

- arg-mur.

- ars-m.
- asc-s.

- atro.

- atro-s.

- aur-a.
-/

ammonium aceticum
am-a.
= amylenum nitrosum
aml-ns.
= antimonium arsenicosum
ant-ar.
= antimonium muriaticum
ant-m.
Antimonium chloridum is synonymous with antimonium
muriaticum, but as in other cases (nat-m., mag-m., ...) the
extension "-muriaticum" should be chosen.
= antimonium oxydatum
ant-o.
= antimonium sulph. auratum
ant-s-aur.
= anthemis nobilis
anth.
In his book (e.g.: "bladder - pain - distension, as from",
"bladder - urging - painful", "bladder - urination - frequent night", ...) Kent often uses anth-n. to abbreviate anthemis
nobilis (mostly abbreviated as anth. in other rubrics). In his
list of abbreviations only anth. is mentioned. Synthesis uses
only anth.
= anthracinum
anthraci.
= anthrokokali or anthracokali
anthraco.
anthracokali expresses more clearly the origin of the
substance, which is made by dissolving anthracite (=
anthra) in (= con) a potash (= kalium) solution.
.= aranea scinencia
aran-sc.
.= argentum cyanatum
arg-cy.
= argentum metallicum
arg-m.
In salts the extension "-m." indicates the muriate, which
exists for argentum.
= argentum muriaticum
arg-mur.
Normally this should be changed to "arg-m.", but as Kent has
erroneously used this abbreviation for "argentum
metallicum" this would lead to confusion.
= arsenicum metallicum
ars-met.
= asclepias syriaca (= cornuti)
asc-c.
Kent uses both abbreviations to indicate the same substance.
"Asc-s." does not appear in his list of abbreviations, but is
regularly used in the Repertory ("Stomach - Appetite increased - eating, after", "... - ravenous - eating - after,
soon", ...). Synthesis uses only "asc-c."
= atropinum purum and sulph.
atro.
Kent uses "atro." and "atro-s.", but the symptoms of both
substances are sometimes mixed and considered as one by
some authors. Barthel has put them together under one
abbreviation. The mixed situation still remains in this
version of Synthesis, but separate abbreviations are
available (atro-pur. and atro-s.).
= atropinum sulphuricum
atro.
Atro. in Barthel indicates two substances: atropinum purum
and atropinum sulphuricum as most authors, including
Clarke, consider symptoms of both together. In Synthesis
separate abbreviations are available.
= aurum arsenicosum
aur-ar.
bacillus Morgan pure (Paterson)
bach

am-act.
aml-ns.
ant-ar.
ant-m.

ant-o.
ant-s-aur.
anth.

anthraci.
anthraco.

aran-sc.
arg-cy.
arg-met.

arg-mur.

ars-met.
asc-c.

atro.

atro-s

aur-ar.
morg-p.

-/

- bals.
- bar-ac.
- benz.

- benz-n.
- bism.

- blat.

- blatta

- bol.
- bor.
- brass.

- buf-s.
- cadm.

- cahin.

- calc-ac.
-/
- calt.
- carb-h.
- carbo-o.
- carb-s.
- cast.

- cast-eq.
- cast-v.
- cer-s.

bacillus Morgan pure (Paterson)


bach
Dr. Edward Bach is the originator of most bowel nosodes, but
none has been named just after him. Morgan pure
(Paterson) is a subspecies of Morgan (Bach).
= balsamum peruvianum
bals-p.
= baryta acetica
bar-a.
= benzinum
ben.
"Benz-" is the root for benzoicum acidum. Therefore benzinum
gets a different root abbreviation.
= benzinum nitricum
ben-n.
= bismuthum oxidum
bism.
Bismuthum as prepared by Hahnemann contains especially
bismuthum subnitricum and not so much bismuthum oxidum
as he thought. This is also the substance Kent describes in
his Repertory. Separate abbreviations are available if
anyone wishes to be more precise: "bism-met.", "bism-o."
(oxidum); "bism-n." (nitrate) and, the main remedy:
"bism-sn." (subnitrate).
= blatta americana
blatta-a
Kent abbreviates "blatta orientalis" as "blatta", so another
species should receive the same root of abbreviation.
= blatta orientalis
blatta
The abbreviation "blatta" leaves ambiguity for this small
remedy.
= boletus laricis
bol-la.
= borax venenata
bor.
The root "bor-" is already used for boricum acidum.
= brassica napus oleifera
brass.
To avoid confusion between the different types of brassica,
brass. should not be used any more and replaced by one of
the more precise abbreviations.
= bufo sahytiensis
bufo-s.
= cadmium sulphuricum
cadm-s.
Kent uses only one cadmium remedy which is the sulphate. In
Synthesis six cadmium substances have to be
differentiated.
= cainca racemosa
cain.
Both abbreviations are used and mentioned by Kent for one
remedy. Synthesis uses only cain.
= calcarea acetica
calc-a.
calcarea stibiato-sulphurata
calc-st-sula.
= caltha palustris
calth.
= carboneum hydrogenisatum
carbn-h.
"Carb" indicates "carbo"; "carbn" indicates "carboneum".
= carboneum oxygenatum
carbn-o.
= carboneum sulphuricum
carbn-s.
= castoreum
cast.
The root "cast" is used in Kent and Barthel to indicate no less
than three small, often confused remedies: castoreum,
castanea and castor.
= castor equi
cast-eq.
= castanea vesca
cast-v.
= cereus serpentaria
cere-s.

morg-p.

bals-p.
bar-act.
ben.

ben-n.
bism.

blatta-a.

blatta-o.

bol-la.
borx.
brass-n-o.

bufo-s.
cadm-s.

cain.

calc-act.
calc-st-s.
calth.
carbn-h.
carbn-o.
carbn-s.
castm.

castor-eq.
castn-v.
cere-s.

- cer-s.
- cet.
- chen.

- chin-a.
- chin-b.

- chin-s.
-/
- cinch.

- cinch-b.
-/
- chr-ox.
- cocaine.
- conv-d.
- cupr-ac.
- dub.

- eth.
- equis.
- ferr-ac.
-/
- frag-v.
- gall-ac.
- gland.
- hedeom.
- helo.

- hydrop.

-/

= cereus serpentaria
cere-s.
= cetraria islandica
cetr.
= aphis chenopodii glauci
aphis
Both abbreviations are used and mentioned by Kent for one
remedy. Synthesis uses only aphis.
= chininum arsenicosum
chin-ar.
= chininum bromatum
chin-br.
Chin-b. in Kent indicates chininum bromatum , in Barthel it
indicates china boliviana. This ambiguity is resolved by
giving a different root to china and its varieties (= chin.)
compared to chininum and its salts (= chinin.)
= chininum sulphuricum
chin-s.
chininum valerianicum
chin-val.
= cinchoninum sulphuricum
cinch.
As one knows china is synonymous to cinchona. However,
cinchoninum sulphuricum is a different alkaloid of china as
compared to chininum sulphuricum. Both have the same
atomic structure (C20H24N2O2SH20), but the molecular
structure is different (read the different provings in a1 and
more explanation in c1).
= cinchona / china boliviana
chin-b.
chininum muriaticum
chin-m.
= chromicum oxydatum
chr-o.
= cocainum muriaticum
cocain.
= convolvulus duartinus
convo-d.
= cuprum aceticum
cupr-a.
= duboisinum
dub.
Duboisinum is the (sulphate of) the alkaloid of dubosia
myoporoides. Several authors use "duboisinum" for the
tincture of the leaves as well as for the alkaloid. If the
distinction is not made, one can use the old abbreviation
"dub." as most symptoms known belong rather to the
alkaloid. However, there is some specific information is
available. In Synthesis both abbreviations "duboin." (for the
alkaloid and its sulphate) and "dubo-m." are available
should anyone wish to be more precise.
= aether
aether
= equisetum hyemale
equis
= ferrum aceticum
ferr-a.
ficus religiosa
fic.
= fragaria vesca
frag.
= gallicum acidum
gal-ac.
= gymnocladus canadensis
gymno.
= hedeoma pulegioides
hedeo.
= heloderma species
helo.
Heloderma suspectum and horridum have often been
confused. New abbreviations "helo-h." and "helo-s." are
available in Synthesis, should anyone wish to be more
precise.
= hydrophobinum
lyss.
Both abbreviations are used and mentioned by Kent as being
synonymous. Synthesis uses only lyss.
hyosciaminum salts
hyoscin.

cere-s.
cetr.
aphis

chinin-ar.
chinin-br.

chinin-s.
chinin-val.
cinch.

chin-b.
chinin-m.
chr-o.
cocain.
convo-d.
cupr-act.
duboin.

aether.
equis-h.
ferr-act.
fic-r.
frag.
gal-ac.
gymno.
hedeo.
helo.

lyss.

hyoscin.

-/

hyosciaminum salts
hyoscin.
The symptoms of hyosciaminum hydrobromate and
hyosciaminum sulphate have not been separated by all
authors. The mixed situation still remains in this version of
Synthesis, however the abbreviations "hyosin-hbr." and
"hyosin-s." have been added, should anyone wish to be
more precise.
- ill.
= illicium anisatum
anis.
Both abbreviations are used and mentioned by Kent for one
remedy. Synthesis uses only anis.
- irid.
= iridium metallicum
irid.
- ir-fl.
= iris florentina
iris-fl.
- ir-foe.
= iris foetida
iris-foe.
- ir-g.
= iris germanica
iris-g.
- ir-v.
= iris versicolor
iris
Both abbreviations are used and mentioned by Kent as being
synonymous. Synthesis uses only iris.
- jac.
= jacaranda gualandai
jac.
- jatr.
= jatropha curcas
jatr.
- junc.
= juncus effusus
junc-e.
- juni.
= juniperus virginiana
juni.
- kali-a.
= kalium aceticum
kali-a.
- kali-fer
= kalium ferrocyanatum
kali-fcy.
- kali-ma.
= kalium permanganicum
kali-perm.
- kaol.
= kaolin or alumina silicata
alum-sil.
Both abbreviations are used and mentioned by Kent for one
remedy. Synthesis uses only alum-sil.
- lact-v.
= lactuca virosa
lact.
Both abbreviations are used and mentioned by Kent as being
synonymous. Synthesis uses only lact.
- lappa-a. / lappa-m.= lappa arctium
lappa
Kent mentions lappa-a. for lappa arctium and lappa-m. for
lappa major. However Clarke and others consider lappa
major, lappa arctium and lappa officinalis as synonymous
(See in his Dictionary under arctium lappa). In Synthesis the
one remedy is abbreviated as "lappa".
- lith.
= lithium carbonicum
lith-c.
Kent uses only one lithium compound, whereas Synthesis
differentiates six substances.
- lycps.
= lycopus virginicus
lycps.
- lyssin
= hydrophobinum
lyss.
Both abbreviations are used and mentioned by Kent as being
synonymous. Synthesis uses only lyss.
- mag-arct.
= magnetis polis arcticus
m-arct.
- mag-aust.
= magnetis polis australis
m-aust.
- mag-p-a.
= magnetis polis australis
m-aust.
Kent used two abbreviations for the same substance.
- mang.
= manganum aceticum and carb.
mang.
The symptoms of manganum aceticum and carbonicum have
not been separated to date. The mixed situation still
remains in this version of Synthesis, however the
abbreviations "mang-act." and "mang-c." have been added,
should anyone wish to be more precise.

hyoscin.

anis.

irid-met.
iris-fl.
iris-foe.
iris-g.
iris

jac-g.
jatr-c.
junc-e.
juni-v.
kali-act.
kali-fcy.
kali-perm.
alum-sil.

lact.

lappa

lith-c.

lycps-v.
lyss.

m-arct.
m-aust.
m-aust.
mang.

- meli.

- ment.
- merc.

- merc-ac.
- merc-n.
- merc-p-r.
- morph.

- myos.
- naph.
- nat-ac.
- nat-a.

- nat-h.
- nicc.

- nit-ox.

- nux-j.

should anyone wish to be more precise.


= melilotus officinalis (not alba)
meli.
Kent indicates "meli." as "melilotus alba" but in fact indicates
symptoms mostly to be attributed to "melilotus off.",
despite the list of symptoms being pretty mixed in most
reports. It seems however most correct to attribute the
symptoms of Kent to "melilotus off.". Melilotus alba
received a different abbreviation "meli-a." in Synthesis. If
ambiguity persists "meli-xyz." has been used for some
authors.
= mentha piperita
menth.
= mercurius vivus / solubilis
merc.
Hahnemann tried to prepare the most pure preparation of
mercury, which resulted in the creation of "mercurius
oxydulatus niger", better known as mercurius solubilis
Hahnemanii. Even if the provings were done with this
preparation, he then later switched to using "mercurius
vivus" as a remedy, basing himself among others on the
proving symptoms obtained from mercurus sol. As a
consequence most authors (a1, c1, hr1, etc..) continue to
consider mercurius vivus and mercurius solubilis as the
same remedy. Even when this was not the case, mercurius
solubilis and mercurius vivus have both been abbreviated
by "merc." in Synthesis (e.g.: additions from al1).
= mercurius aceticus
merc-a.
= mercurius nitrosus
merc-ns.
= mercurius praecipitatus ruber
merc-pr-r.
= morphinum and salts
morph.
Not much distinction has been made between morphinum and
its salts. The mixed situation still remains in this version of
Synthesis, however the abbreviations "morph-pur.",
"morph-act.", "morph-m." and "morph-s" have been added,
should anyone wish to be more precise.
= myosotis arvensis
myos-a.
As opposed to myosotis symphytifolia (myos-s.)
= naphthalinum
naphtin.
= natrium aceticum
nat-a.
= natrium arsenicum
nat-ar.
"Nat-a." in Kent indicates natrium arsenicosum; while "nat-a."
in Barthel indicates natrium aceticum. Only nat-ar. and
nat-act. are clear and correct abbreviations of the two
confused remedies.
= natrium hyopchlorosum
nat-hchls.
= niccolum metallicum and carb.
nicc.
The symptoms of the metal and the carbonate have not
always been separated. The mixed situation still remains in
this version of Synthesis, however the abbreviations
"nicc-met." and "nicc-c." have been added, should anyone
wish to be more precise.
= nitrogenum oxygenatum
nitro-o.
Both abbreviations are used and mentioned by Kent as being
synonymous. Synthesis uses only nitro-o.
= nux juglans
jug-r.

meli.

menth.
merc.

merc-act.
merc-ns.
merc-pr-r.
morph.

myos-a.
naphtin.
nat-act.
nat-ar.

nat-hchls.
nicc.

nitro-o.

jug-r.

- nux-j.

- nym.
- osm.

- per.
- pilo.

- plb.

-/
- polyg
- poth.

- pul-n.
- rad.
- sacc.
- sac-l.
- sang-n.
-/
- sant.
-/

-/
- sol-v.

- stront.

= nux juglans
jug-r.
This substance is synonymous with juglans regia (Kent's
abbreviation = jug-r.). Kent is using two abbreviations to
indicate one substance. Synthesis uses only jug-r.
= nymphea odorata
nymph.
= osmium metallicum and acidum
osm.
The symptoms of the metal and the acid have not always
been separated. The mixed situation still remains in this
version of Synthesis, however the abbreviations "osm-met."
and "osm-ac." have been added, should anyone wish to be
more precise.
= amygdala persica
amgd-p.
= pilocarpinum and salts
pilo.
The symptoms of pilocarpinum purum and the salts (pilo-m.
and pilo-n.) have not always been separated. The mixed
situation still remains in this version of Synthesis, however
the abbreviations "pilo-pur.", "pilo-m." and "pilo-n." have
been added, should anyone wish to be more precise.
= plumbum metallicum
plb.
The symptoms of the metal, the aceticum and the carbonate
have not always been separated. For some of these authors
"plb-old." has been used, when the distinction was not
made. The mixed situation still remains in this version of
Synthesis, however the abbreviations "plb-act." and "plb-c."
have been added, should anyone wish to be more precise.
The abbreviation "plb." has been kept for plumbum
metallicum as this is a too well known abbreviation.
plumbum aceticum
plb-a.
.= polygonum hydropiperoides
polyg-h.
= ictodes foetida
ictod.
Both abbreviations are used and mentioned by Kent for one
remedy. Synthesis uses only ictod.
= pulsatilla nutalliana
puls-n.
= radium metallicum
rad.
= saccharum albis
sacch.
= saccharum lactis
sacch-l.
= sanguinarinum nitricum
sang-n.
The root "sang." is already used for sanguinaria.
sanguinarinum tartaricum
sang-t.
= santoninum
santin.
solaninum and its acetate
solin.
No distinction has been made between solaninum and its
acetate. The mixed situation still remains in this version of
Synthesis, however the abbreviations "solin-pur." and
"solin-act." have been added, should anyone wish to be
more precise.
solaninum aceticum
solin.
= solidago virgaurea
solid.
The abbreviation "sol-" is used (by Kent and Synthesis) for the
different types of solanum and should therefore be
different from the abbreviation for solidago.
= strontium carbonicum
stront-c.

jug-r.

nymph.
osm.

amgd-p.
pilo.

plb.

plb-act.
polyg-h.
ictod.

puls-n.
rad-met.
sacch.
sacch-l.
sangin-n.
sangin-t.
santin.
solin.

solin-act.
solid.

stront-c.

- stront.

-/

- stroph.
- tann.
- thal.

- tereb.

- thlaspi.
- tril.

- trio.
- tus-f.
- uran.
-/
- vesp.

- wild.
- zinc-ac.
- zinc-c.
- zinc-ox.

= strontium carbonicum
stront-c.
Strontium carbonicum was the only strontium known at Kent's
time (See A1 and HR1). Synthesis mentions four salts of
strontium (bromatum, carbonicum, iodatum and nitricum),
besides the metal which corresponds with the abbreviation
stront-met. (in Synthesis).
strontium metallicum
stront.
As "stront." was used by Kent to indicate strontium
carbonicum, it is more clear to use "stront-met." in this
case.
= strophanthus hispidus
stroph-h.
= tannicum acidum
tann-ac.
= thallium metallicum and aceticum
thal.
Thallium metallicum and aceticum have not been separated
by all authors. The abbreviations "thal-act." and "thal-met."
have been added in Synthesis, should anyone wish to be
more precise.
= terebenthina
ter.
In his book (e.g.: "head - pulsating", "head - pulsating vertex", ...) Kent often uses tereb. to abbreviate
terebenthina (mostly abbreviated as ter. in other rubrics).
In his list of abbreviations only ter. is mentioned. Synthesis
uses only ter.
= thlaspi bursa pastoris
thlas.
= trillium pendulum
tril.
Some authors consider trillium pendulum identical to trillium
cernuum (C1), other make a difference.
= triosteum perfoliatum
trios.
= tussilago fragrans
tus-fr.
= uranium nitricum
uran-n.
Be aware that in Barthel: uran. = uranium metallicum.
uranium metallicum
uran.
= vespa crabro
vesp.
The symptoms of different species have not always been
separated. The mixed situation still remains in this version
of Synthesis, however the abbreviations "vesp-cr.",
"vesp-m." and vesp-vg." have been added, should anyone
wish to be more precise. If it is not clear which species was
used, "vesp-xyz." was used in some authors.
= wildbad
wildb.
= zincum aceticum
zinc-a.
= zincum cyanatum
zinc-cy.
= zincum oxydatum
zinc-o.

stront-c.

stront-met.

stroph-h.
tann-ac.
thal.

ter.

thlas.
tril-p.

trios.
tus-fr.
uran-n.
uran-met.
vesp.

wildb.
zinc-act.
zinc-cy.
zinc-o.

On symptoms
General remarks
All changes are annotated by the author suggesting the change. If no author follows, the change was
introduced by the editor. Most and more obvious changes are only present in the specific rubric
itself and annotated there.

Many symptoms have been moved to a more coherent location. Redundant symptoms have been
merged into one only and the other symptom has become a rubric referring to the rubric containing
the remedies. This further streamlining of Synthesis is the reason that some "new" rubrics will
appear including remedies referenced by Kent, which cannot be found at that location in the
original Kent. This is especially the case for all alternations, which contained often partial
information at one of two places where the same symptom could be expressed.
E.g.: "Loquacity - alternating with - answer; aversion to": contains cimic. K (as the remedy was
present in Kent in "Answers - aversion to - loquacious at other times"
For the rules used to systematize this formatting, read the relevant sections under "Editing of
symptoms".
Chagrin, which by many is believed to correspond to "grief" (if translated from the French), rather
indicates "mortification" and has been replaced as such on all occasions.
"Exanthema(tive)" has been removed from the repertory. It is considered synonymous with eruption
(accompanying a fever), according to different dictionaries. The only time to keep the term is to
indicate the disease "exanthema subitum". In all other cases the word has disappeared from
contemporary textbooks on dermatology. As a consequence some rubrics have been merged.
Hours have been changed to international format (0-24 h), as used in computer time, airports, etc.
The advantages are:
more concise writing ("10 a.m. - 3 p.m." becomes "10-15 h")
less ambiguous time schedule (who -outside of the English speaking countries- knows when is 12
a.m. and when 12 p.m. ?)
easier search possibilities for the program
For details, see appendix "Table of Times".
"Mental work": all over the repertory the expression "mental work" has been used to replace
expressions such as "mental exertion", ...
All symptoms expressing periodicity are made subrubrics of "... - periodical - ...". E.g.: "skin
-eruption - returning yearly" is changed into "skin - eruption - periodical - yearly returning". This will
allow you to find easily this type of symptoms that are now scattered among all other modalities in
many different ways. (See "Editing of symptoms", point 4c)

Remarks by chapter
Mind
All "Ailments from {any mental cause}" have been grouped under the rubric "Mind - Ailments from ...". Since this has been done in other repertories, it has not systematically been referenced. (e.g.:
you will not find "grief - ailments from", but "ailments from - grief")
If Weather modalities apply to the whole mental state, they have been grouped under a rubric
"mind - weather" (as in the Chapter generals). A fear or a sadness caused or influenced by a weather
modality will still be a subrubric depending on fear or sadness.
"anxiety - sedentary employment, from": as a translation of the German "stubensitzen" it is more
appropriate to translate this rubric as "anxiety - sedentary life, from" (Jean-Claude Grgoire,
France)
"black and sombre; aversion to everything that is": this symptom has been split into "colors - black
-aversion to" and " sombre; everything that is - aversion to"
"censorious - unoccupied, close application amel.": sapin. A1: taken as such from the MM, but when
reflected upon the meaning corresponds to "... - occupation amel." into which the rubric has been
renamed.
"cheerful" and "mirth" are split again since Synthesis 7 as it was pointed out by different
collaborators that the difference between the two symptoms was too big to allow a merger of these
rubrics.
"controlling - must control everything twice or more": remedies moved to "double-checking", which
is more like common language. (Nick Churchill, England)

"cowardice": replace nat-ac. by nit-ac. (Henk van Munster, Netherlands)


"cursing - evening - home; when": the correct remedy here is opuntia spina alb as can be found in
A1. In the main rubric "cursing", Kent has mentioned opium. Therefore opium is left in the main
rubric and not replaced by opun-s.
"dancing - agg.": the remedies borx. and spong. come from BG2 (pg 1112: Aggravations in General),
and indicate an aggravation of the general state, not of the mental state: moved to "generals dancing agg." (compare C1, H and HR1 for borx. and H for spong.). The only mental aggravation
from dancing occurs in the child which is being carried by a dancing person (A1, HR1, ...).
"delirium - alternating with - convulsions, lying on the back, knees and thighs flexed, hands joined;
tetanic": has been split: the remedy stram.1 K has therefore been added to "mind - delirium alternating with - convulsions; tetanic", "mind - gestures - joining the hands - convulsions; during",
and "extremities - flexed- ..."
"delirium - embraces the stove" has been completed with "... and wishes to climb upon it as on a
tree" to indicate that the nature of the symptom is not sexual. (see hyos. in A1) (George
Dimitriadis, Australia)
"delirium - gay - alternating with - laughing, singing, whistling, crying": has been split into four
different alternations with, among others with weeping (= crying)
"delusions - bed - someone - drives him out": (rhus-t.) Following Jahr the symptom has to be: "... bed - forced him out of bed; as if something" and it has been changed accordingly in Synthesis.
"delusions- body - alive - half alive; body is" this symptom mentioned for crot-h. has been removed
because the original MM symptom (a1) indicated that the sensation of being "half alive" refers to
indifference, not to a bodily delusion (Bob Fordham, England)
"delusions - climbing - mountain": prun.1A1: is not a delusion, but an expression of how strong the
shortness of breath is (Srinivasan, India)
"delusions - descending - mountain; descending a" has the remedy "cycl rb2" which was moved to
"vertigo - descending; as if - mountain; a" because Herbert A. Roberts misinterpreted the original
text by Allen :" [a1 - Cyclamen europaeum - Head] - Vertigo, as if she were going down a mountain
(first day), [a23].
"delusions - disgraced; that he is": move sarr. .to "... - disgracing - family or friends; he has
disgraced his (Filip De Groote, Belgium: see A1)
"delusions - incubus; being weighed down by": cere-b. A1: This symptom in its original version reads:
"- Feel the effect of an incubus weighing me down, affecting more particularly the nervous system
(fourth day)." and therefore indicates a real feeling (of depression), not a delusion. The most logical
meaning of incubus in this case is "burden". Therefore the symptom has been removed and the
reference has been added to "mind - sadness - burden; as from a".
"delusions - lost; she is - salvation; for - waking; on": aesc. K. A search through the MM shows that
on waking aesc. is lost in space (knows not where he is), and not "lost for salvation". The remedy
has therefore been added to "recognizing - not recognize; does - surroundings - waking; on". (Aldo
Fariaz Diaz, Brazil, see A1, HR1))
"delusions - pursued - tormented by some frightful event ...": if one is pursued then it is probably by
persons. On an event you dwell: moved to "dwells - past disagreeable events - frightful"
"dipsomania" and subrubrics renamed and moved to "alcoholism"
"eat - refuses to eat": Kali-chl.3 from Kent has been changed into kali-m. (see K2). Kali-m has also
the symptom "delusion he must starve" (which is correct, K, C1, HR1) and "delusion she must not
eat" (K2) (Erik Van Woensel, Holland)
"fear - crowd, in a - public places, of": this symptom is ambiguous as "public places" may indicate
the presence of a crowd, but does not necessarily do so. If the presence of a crowd is the major
problem, the symptom "fear - crowd" should be used. If open spaces where there is no crowd are
meant, then "fear - open spaces" should be preferred. In the latter case the remedies are afraid of
the vastness of the open space. Therefore this subrubric has been moved to "fear - open spaces".
This symptom is synonymous with agoraphobia. Additions mainly come from BG2: "fear - places, of";
BRO1: "fear - space (agoraphobia)"; GL1: "agoraphobie " (French); PTK1: "agoraphobia". All these
sources clearly indicate the concept of "open space" as opposed to the ambiguous "public places"
(Peter Vint, Germany)
fear - door - opening": to indicate the difference between the active and passive tense, this rubric

has been split and renamed into the two following rubrics: "... - door - opening the door; when
there is a difficulty in" and "... - door - opened; when the door is". The sources for all additions are
indicated.
"fear - knaves; of" was not added as it clearly is a typing error in bg2 for "fear - knives; of".
"fear - losing senses" and "fear - losing reason": considered synonymous with "fear - insanity, of":
remedies are moved
"fear - sensation; of" in K2 this should be "far off sensation" as can be read from a1, where the
preceding symptom reads: "Dazed feeling; a far off sensation, as though things done today occurred
a week ago. Momentary loss of thought, caused by sensation of tightness in brain. Loses constantly
the thread of her talk.", as opposed to Kent's wording: "Confusion of mind, dazed; fear of sensation;
loses the idea when speaking.". The symptom has been deleted from Synthesis. The remedy med.
has been added to "stupefaction" which appears to be the closest rubric expressing "far off feeling".
"fear - position; to lose his lucrative": has been changed to "... - job; to lose his lucrative"
(Jean-Claude Grgoire, France)
"forsaken feeling - joyless; feels": the original symptom for alum. (h) does not related joyless to
forsaken feeling, but to a state of indifference, depression ("Niedergeschlagen und freudlos").
Therefore the remedy has been moved to the existing rubric: "Indifference - joyless". (Guy Loutan,
Switzerland)
"homesickness": eup-per.1 is quoted from A1: eup-per has no mind symptoms even. It should be
eup-pur., which is already in Kent (Srinivasan, India)
"hopeful": aur.1J5: comes from trembling as in hopeful joy: therefor the remedy was deleted from
this rubric (Schore, USA)
"insanity - eating - refuse, only": unclear symptom changed into "eating - dirt" (meli.)
"irritability - alternating with - hypochondriac mood during the day and merrines in the evening":
has been split into: "irritability - alternating with - hypochondriasis - daytime"; "irritability alternating with - cheerfulness - evening"; "cheerful - evening - alternating with - hypochondriasis daytime". The remedies sulph.1 K and viol-t.1 K have been copied to all rubrics.
"laughing - agg.": should contain only remedies which aggravate the mental state. None such
symptoms could be found in the MM, as most symptoms aggravated by laughing are local or at the
most equal to "generals - laughing - agg.". This latter symptom is the place where the remedies
from bg3 (pg. 24), bg2 (pg 209), bro1 (pg. 970) and from ptk1 (pg. 207) can be added, even if it is
an overstatement to call these a "general" aggravation from laughing as can be seen from reading
the corresponding MM.
"laughing - involuntarily - eating, after": puls. has been moved to "laughing - eating, after". All other
subrubrics were added to "laughing - ..." in stead of being added to "laughing - involuntarily - ...".
Also, all subrubrics were added to "laughing - ..." in stead of being added to "laughing spasmodically - ...".
"love - disappointed love - jealousy, anger and incoherent talk; with": this composed symptom was
split into "anger - love; from disappointed", etc.
"mirth": all remedies and subrubrics have been moved to "cheerful" in some other repertories.
Synthesis has maintained the difference between "mirth" and cheerful" (as advised by George
Dimitriadis, Australia and independently by Schore, Crothers and Nossaman, USA)
"passionate": a search in the older MM shows that passionate is almost everywhere linked to
expressions of anger or irritability. To differentiate it from amorous, emotional passion synonyms
have been added.
"positiveness": synonymous with "always claims to be right" (Jean-Claude Grgoire, France: Rev Belg
Hom (French), vol 18, pg 103, 1985)
"restlessness - night - midnight - after - 2 h": ambr.: this symptom expresses physical restlessness
rather than mental restlessness (A1). Ambr. has been moved to "GENERALS - restlessness - ...".
(Johannes von Keller, Germany: Cl Hom Q, vol 4, pg 59-65, 1991)
"restlessness - night - midnight - after - 3 h": agar: this symptom expresses physical restlessness
rather than mental restlessness (A1). Agar. has been moved to "GENERALS - restlessness - ...".
(Johannes von Keller, Germany: Cl Hom Q, vol 4, pg 59-65, 1991)
"sadness - noon - lively, in evening sad, or vice versa": has been changed into a more comprehensive
form: "cheerful - evening - alternating with - sadness" as read in A1 and H for zinc.

"stupefaction - forenoon - 11-18h": as the symptom in the MM indicated a sensation on the head, it
has been moved to the chapter head (Johannes von Keller, Germany: Cl Hom Q, vol 4, pg 59-65,
1991)
"stupefaction - suppressed exanthema" renamed to "stupefaction - eruptions; from suppressed"
"suicidal - position, in": must be "... - poison, by"
"talk - indisposed to - afternoon - 13 h": for grat. this Repertory symptom arises from two separate
symptoms in the Materia Medica (A1) Grat. has therefore been moved to "Aversion - everything, to afternoon - 13 h" and to "talk - indisposed to". (Johannes von Keller, Germany: Cl Hom Q, vol 4, pg
59-65, 1991)
"touched - aversion to be": lachn.1 is quoted from A1: lachn. has no such mind symptom. It should
be lach., which is already in Kent (Srinivasan, India)
"unconsciousness - exanthema slow to appear" has been changed to "... - eruptions - slow to appear"
"will - muscles refuse to obey the will": gels. K, H: from H1, one can see this symptom is a
secondary expression of a general confusion and not referring to an act of will. Therefore the rubric
has been renamed and moved to "confusion - muscles refuse to obey the will. (George Dimitriadis: A
J Hom Med, page 78, Vol 3, N2, 1994)
"work, mental": see general introduction about "mental work".

Head
"enlarged - extending to - vertex": "extending to" has
been replaced by "Vertex": symptom
becomes a localization in stead of an extension (confirm A1: Peter Vint, Germany)
"pain - morning - waking, on - preceded by disagreeable dreams": this symptom is not inserted
following the normal repertorial syntax, and has therefore been copied to "DREAMS - headache;
about - before the headache appears" and to "SLEEP - Dreaming - headache; before"
"pain - midnight - after - 1 a.m.": pall. is erroneously mentioned here, and should be mentioned
under "pain - afternoon - 13 h". See HR1. (Klaus-Henning Gypser, Germany)
"pain - night - midnight - after - 1 h - 1-10h": elaps should be moved to the rubric "... - 1 h - 1-11 h".
See A1. (Klaus-Henning Gypser, Germany)
"pain - suppressed eruptions" was changed to "pain - eruptions suppressed"
"pain - sides - both": this rubric was deleted and its remedies were moved to "pain - sides". If the
symptoms are connected to one side, to the left side only or to the right side only, they were made
subrubrics of the latter, so that this rubric "sides" now has the same logical structure as elsewhere.
"pain - stitching - forehead - sides of - left": sulph.3 (from Kent) was modified into staph.3 as can be
verified in HR1; only BG2 mentions sulph.
"pain - wandering pains - mist before eyes followed by fleeting pains - Occipital protuberances,
extending down neck and shoulders; at - lying in a dark, quiet place and sleeping amel. was
modified and split in a referring rubric to the following symptoms:
VISION - FOGGY - followed by - Occipital protuberances; fleeting pain in
HEAD - PAIN - lying - dark room; in a - amel.
HEAD - PAIN - noise, from
HEAD - PAIN - Occiput - Protuberance; occipital - extending to - Neck; down
HEAD - PAIN - Occiput - Protuberance; occipital - extending to - Shoulders
HEAD - PAIN - sleep - after - amel.

Eye
"cataract - perpendicular high-sight": rubric has been modified as the more modern "... - hemiopia,
with vertical"
"crooked - objects seem" has been deleted and moved to the more appropriate chapter "vision".
"pain - burning - morning - washing": for most of these remedies, the modality "washing" is the most

important, it is only accidental that the washing occurs in the morning so there is no real morning
agg. (otherwise the symptom should express this, e.g.: when washing the eyes, only in the
morning). The remedies have been copied to the rubric "... - burning - washing" for this reason.
"pain - evening - 8 p.m.- on reading and writing": nat-ar.: the modality "reading and writing" is not
especially present in the evening, and surely not precisely at 20 h =} moved to "pain - reading" and
"... - writing" : (A1)
"photophobia - sweat during, sun's light": this symptom is transcribed in Knzli's Repertory as
follows: "- sweat during, shun's light". In Hering MM we find under sulphur: "shuns light during
sweat". Therefore this symptom was transcribed in Synthesis as "photophobia - perspiration, during"

Vision
"Accommodation - overexertion": nux-v.2K: this unclear symptom corresponds with "Vertigo with
vanishing of sight, preceded by tensive headache, from mental overexertion" (HR1). Therefore the
original rubric has been removed and the remedy has been moved to several more appropriate
rubrics, among others to: "Vision - Dim - mental exertion"

Ear
In all symptoms the localization "inside" has been replaced by "meatus" to be more precise. These
were already indicated as synonymous by Kent in "Pain - inside (in meatus)" and "Swelling - inside
(meatus)".
"heat - coldness of body during- lying, while". This strange repertorial interpretation of the
following symptom in Hahnemann MM: "Towards evening he feels very uncomfortable in the body,
like fever, and when he lies down his head becomes hot, especially the ears, but the knees are cold"
(ars.). The remedy "ars" was moved to the following rubrics: "Fever - evening"; "Head - heat - lying
down"; "Ear - heat - lying down" and "Extremities - coldness - knees - hot - body, with".
"wind" all subrubrics have been put in a new, more logical order, giving priority to the localization
or direction of the wind-sensation (in the ear, into or out of the ear).

Nose
"coryza- rose cold" this peculiar expression has been modified into "coryza - roses; from the odor of"
(Peter Vint, Germany)
"swelling - root": "sar." a printing error in Kent should be replaced by "sarr." (A1)

Face
"pain - stitching - right - extending to left ear": coloc. Kent's Repertory mentions "pain - stitching left - extending to left ear"; some other Repertory mentions the same extension starting from the
right and the left ear. MM Hahnemann and Hering indicate coloc. has symptoms mostly at the left
side of the face (3rd degree in Repertory). The extension left face to left ear is also found there =}
in Synthesis only remains: "pain - stitching - left - extending to - left ear".
"pain - stitching - walking, amel - open air": ambiguous presentation of the symptom: does the
"amel." apply to "walking" or also to "open air"? MM Hahnemann: thuja: Prickling pain in the muscles
of the cheek, only when walking in the open air =} symptom changed to " ...- walking - air; in open".

Mouth
Many remedies, but not always all remedies in each rubric, have been added with the reference
vk1. These additions correspond to the clinical experience of Dr. Prakash Vakil (Bombay, India) who
spent a greater part of his life confirming remedies by looking at the tongue. Only the remedies
with this reference are the ones considered by the Vakil Module.
In version 7 of Synthesis the difference between "sides" of tongue and "edges" has been clarified
and checked in the Materia Medica. Edges contain the complete margin of the tongue, including the
sides. As a consequence some symptoms have been moved to a more correct position.
"dryness": replace nat-ac.3 by nat-c.3: see MM PTK2 and C1 (Henk van Munster, Netherlands)
"Mucous membrane - discoloration - blue, others pale; some places - covered with tough mucus
which lies in brown crusts on lips", (ars. from k) this symptom was split and moved to: "mouth discoloration - blue - accompanied by - pale spots", and "face - eruptions - crusty, scabby - "Lips brown crusts - accompanied by - blue and pale spots of mucous membrane of mouth"
"swelling - Gums - bluish-red, spongy, between lower incisors - beginning on left side and extending
to the right - bleeding frequently" this symptom for nat-m. comes from hr1 (A bluish red swelling of
a spongy nature on gums between lower incisors, commencing on left side, extending to right, bled
often, blood had a saltish taste). It was deleted as such and has been transcribed as follows:
"swelling - Gums - bluish-red - spongy swelling"; "swelling - Gums - between the lower incisors";
"swelling - Gums - left - to right" and "taste - saltish - blood tastes salty".
"swelling - Gums - bluish-red, spongy, between lower incisors - beginning on left side and extending
to the right - bleeding frequently - ecchymosis": this chaotic symptom of con. corresponds to the
following MM symptoms: "Swollen, bluish-red gums, as if suffused with blood. (h)"; "Gums swollen,
ecchymosed and bleeding. (c1)". The original symptom therefore has been removed and con. has
been placed in: "swelling - Gums - bluish-red". It was already present in "discoloration - Gums bluish-red" and in "bleeding - Gums".
"swelling - gums - side - right": the rubric has been deleted and its remedies (aur. and bell.) have
been moved to the existing rubric "... - gums - right", as can be verified in HR1 for bell.
"taste - purulent" delete merc. and nat-c. and add them to "taste purulent - throat, in" (See H)
((Jost Knzli, Switzerland)

Stomach
The remedies of the rubrics Aversion and Desire are the ones in Kent's original Repertory. All
additions are moved to "Generals - food - ...".
Nowadays cardialgia stands for pain in the heart. In the classical texts, such as a1, hr1, etc., it
means much more frequently "heartburn". (see: Cardialgia and sour eructations, especially after
drinking: in a1, canth.). If cardialgia is used in the context of stomach symptoms, the meaning of
heartburn is accepted.
"nausea - pressure - stomach, on": sars. (wrong alphabetical position) should become "ars."
"vomiting - mucus": cupr-r. (printing error and not existing in Kent's list) should be replaced by
"cupr-act." (aceticum) (See HR1)

Abdomen
"tension - inguinal region - rising arms" (apis) has been modified to "... - raising arms"

Rectum
For several symptoms Kent did not make a distinction between "rectum" and "anus". For most of
these symptoms this has been maintained in Synthesis. Example: "fistula" includes all rectal fistulas,
also these at the anus. In the whole pain section there has not been made a difference between
pain in the rectum and in the anus.
In all these symptoms the anus is considered as a (subjective) part or prolongation of the rectum. If
this is not the case a subrubric has been made: e.g.: "rectum - itching" (which is more inside) as
opposed to "rectum - itching - anus; around" (which is more outside).
"flatus - diarrhea, during": "cupr-m." (not existing in Kent's list) was replaced by "cupr."
"dropsy" and "dropsy - Perineum" were deleted; as in "apoc k2" we find "dropsical condition of the
body". The remedy already exists in "Generals - dropsy - internal dropsy".
"worm": the subrubrics "ascarides", "lumbricoides" and "taeniae" have been renamed following
modern terminology. Research done in dictionaries, medical dictionaries and in von Bnninghausen
Therapeutisches Taschenbuch, German edition pg. 74 (Jean-Claude Grgoire, France)

Bladder
"urination - dribbling - urination - after": arg. a printing error in Kent, and absent in his table of
abbreviations, has been replaced by agar. (HR1)
"urination - dribbling - urination, after - pressure in return, with": for nat-m. "pressure in rectum "
has to depend on "stool", so the symptom becomes: "... - dribbling - stool, after - pressure in
rectum; with"(A1) (Wolfgang Hettich, Germany)
" URINATION - dysuria - sphincter vesicae; pain in - hyperesthesia of the skin down the course of the
left sciatic nerve; with - popliteus and heel; pain in the left - coldness creeping over the whole
course of the nerve; with - heel; especially in the": this symptom has been split into meaningful bits
considering as well that dysuria in the repertory emphasizes "difficult urination" as opposed to
"pain.- urination; during".

Male genitalia / sex


Sexual behavior has been rephrased according to modern expressions. The four main headrubrics
containing male sexual symptoms are:
coition - aversion to / enjoyment / painful ...
excitability of genitals
orgasm
sexual desire - diminished / increased / violent / wanting ...
"itching - penis - glans": replace ben. by benz-ac. (A1)
"itching - scrotum - morning": is printed twice! The first rubric is correct (coc-c see A1). The second
rubric "... - scrotum - morning" must be "scrotum - burning" and the subrubric have to become: "... burning - scratching after": See A1 and Hahnemann MM at the indicated remedies.
"pain - burning - penis - glans - urination, after - behind, during urination": the correct symptom can
be read in Hering MM in ery-a. and has been moved and modified accordingly in Synthesis: "... glans - behind - urination, during"

Female genitalia / sex


Sexual behavior has been rephrased according to modern expressions. The cultural differences
between man and woman have been "equalized": Kent used "sexual passion" for men and "desire"
for women. Synthesis uses the expression "sexual desire" for both sexes. The four main
headrubrics containing female sexual symptoms are:

coition - aversion to / enjoyment / painful ...


excitability of genitals
orgasm
sexual desire - diminished / increased / violent / wanting ...
As commonly used modern language is preferred, old terms have been replaced, for example:
"parturition" by "delivery - during",
"childbed" by "delivery - after" and
"lying-in women" by "delivery - after" or "delivery - during".
"pain - pressing - menses - before": cin. is a printing error and was replaced by chin. (Jost Knzli,
Switzerland)

Laryn - trachea
"constriction - throat-pit - anger open" has to be modified into "... - anger, after" (HR1, staph.)

Respiration
"difficult - talking - after": nat-c in Kent has to be replaced by nit-ac. (See A1: ... she could not
speak. It took away her breath) (Henk van Munster, Netherlands)

Cough
"CROUPY - sopor, stertorous breathing and wheezing; with - open mouth and head thrown back;
with - child starts up and is on point of suffocating, turns black and blue in face - rattling breathing
sets in again; after which cough with - suffocation and paralysis of lungs appear unavoidable": this
symptom has been split into meaningful bits.

Chest
Nowadays cardialgia stands for pain in the heart. In the classical texts, such as a1, hr1, etc., it
means much more frequently "heartburn". (see: Cardialgia and sour eructations, especially after
drinking: in a1, canth.). If cardialgia is used in the context of stomach symptoms, the meaning of
heartburn is accepted.
"oppression - dinner - after": mag-m. has to be moved to the rubric "oppression - dinner - during".
See MM Hahnemann (Jost Knzli, Switzerland)
"pain - cutting - middle amel. p.m.": (mag-c) in MM Hahnemann we find "painful cutting, deep in the
middle of the chest,... after dinner till evening": the opposite of what Kent has mentioned (no
amel. !). This symptom is reported in Synthesis as the following: "pain - cutting - middle" and " pain
- cutting - middle - afternoon".
"weakness - lying amel. - on side" this ambiguous symptom has been replaced by "... - lying - side;
on" for sulph. (A1)

Back
"heaviness, weight - Sacral region - weight" and "heaviness, weight - Sacral region - weight - as of a"
were both deleted and the remedies moved to "Back - Heaviness - Sacral region" as the meaning is
identical.
"pain - jerking - involuntary when pressing on dorsal vertebra": arn.: this symptom from Kent has
been modified and moved as "pain - dorsal region - spine - pressing on dorsal vertebra; jerking

involuntary when" as "jerking" in this case is not a description of the type of backache (Peter Vint,
Germany)
"pain - pressing - lumbar region - stepping - during - ...". The following rubrics are subrubrics of
stepping, which is erroneous. The sequence should be: "stepping"; "stool before (berb.1K,
carb-v.2K); "stool - during"; "stool - during - hard" and "stool -after"
"pain - stitching - dorsal - scapulae, between - spine": this symptom and its subrubrics are
positioned before "... - dorsal - scapulae - under, which makes it unclear. The correct symptom
should read: "... - dorsal - spine" and it has been moved accordingly in Synthesis.
" stiffness - chill, during - cramp-like": nit-ac. in Kent: rubric is indented too much to the right, and
has become: "stiffness - cramping" (A1: spasmodic stiffness ...)

Extremities
"asleep - thighs; as if they would fall": cham H: in text "as if legs would fall asleep" () in Synthesis:
symptom deleted, remedy added to: numbness - lower limbs
"cramps - upper limbs - midnight - on waking": caust must be "... - midnight - before - waking, on"
(Jost Knzli, Switzerland)
"crippled - finger nails": wrong translation of the German "verkrppelte Ngel": read German in
Hahnemann on graphites, sepia, etc. Error induced by Hering's translation. Therefore the rubric was
left with an explanation ("crippled (= ). The remedies and rubrics were moved to the new rubric
"stunted -finger nails, etc." (Jean-Claude Grgoire, France)
"eruption - upper limbs - pimples - head, black, with depressed": replaced by "... - head; with a
black depressed" (See A1: calc-s.). This description involves the head of the pimple.
"heat - foot - sole - evening - after lying down - wine": psor in Kent: this rubric is indented too much
to the right, and has been corrected in Synthesis as "... - evening - wine, after" (See A1: .. after ...
wine, itching of the soles ... with heat ...)
"heaviness - hip": replace nat-s. by nat-ars. (Henk van Munster, Netherlands)
"itching - foot - frozen ; as if": kali-c. should be moved to "... - frozen; as if - had been frozen; as if
it" (See H) (Jost Knzli, Switzerland)
"jerking - upper limbs - air, in windy weather": sulph. This strange symptom arises from the
awkward expression in Hering: "... in air, during windy, cold weather, jerkings ..." The symptom has
been deleted as such and sulphur was added to "... - cold air, in" and ... - wind; in cold".
"jerking - leg - lying on the back, while - motion amel.": carb-v. in Kent: rubric is indented too much
to the right, and has become: "... - leg - motion amel." (see A1: ...jerkings in both lower legs: ..
unable to lie still...")
"pain - upper limbs - right - upper lower left": HR1 mentions asc-t. should be added to "... upper
limb - right - and left lower limb" but also to "... - left - and right lower limb".
"pain - sore - motion - continued - amel.": nat-ar. has to be moved to the rubric "... - motion continued": read K2 and HR1 (Henk van Munster, Netherlands)
"pain - sprained, as if - thigh - stretching out limbs, on": for caps. this symptom should be "... - thigh
- abduction, on" (Jost Knzli, Switzerland)
"pain - tearing - fingers - joints of - first" with the remedies "agar, brom, kali-i, lyc, mag-c and zinc"
is a symptom we find in Kent. Knzli, howerver misinterpreted the first joint as the distal joint and
added a note saying that the remedies "agar, lyc, mag-c and zinc" were not to be included here.
Knzli was wrong because according to medical dictionaries the first joint is the proximal joint and
the third joint the distal joint. Synthesis 8 has been modified accordingly. The remedies "agar, lyc,
mag-c and zinc" should therefore be under proximal joints and not under distal joints.
"pain - tearing - hip - extending - of foot": should be "... - extending to - foot" (H and HR1)
"pain - tearing - leg - convulsive": for lyc. this symptom should be "... - leg - jerking" (Jost Knzli,
Switzerland)

Sleep

Symptoms indicating the content of dreams have been separated into a new chapter (DREAMS),
following sleep. The modalities of "dreaming" (e.g.: dreaming - menses - before) can still be found
here, under "SLEEP - dreaming - ...".
For different rubrics the difference has been made more salient between "sleepiness" and actually
"sleeping" (which, as a general symptom, is to be found under "falling asleep"). Synonyms have been
added to help the reader.
"heat - during, in intermittent": has been modified and moved to a more logical "falling asleep heat - during", which in the original Kent contains almost the same remedies.
"sleeplessness - night" and its subrubrics has been restructured a lot following a more logical
scheme. (See Table of times).
"sleeplessness - night - midnight - before - morning, towards": ambiguity existed for this rubric: was
it the wrong position of the symptom indicating "sleeplessness towards the morning", or was it
meant to be "sleeplessness from before midnight until (towards) the morning". Searching for the
indicated remedies of the rubric shows that the latter possibility emerges from the Materia Medica,
mostly from Hering, as for: ant-t., psor., ... The rubric has therefore been changed to "sleeplessness
- night - midnight - before - morning; until".

Dreams
"excrements - wading in excrements" The remedy "iod j5" was deleted and moved to "dirt - wading
in dirt" because the original word "Kothe" found in Jahr means " any liquid or formerly liquid
uncleanness, especially when it lies on the streets or roads ... ". (Peter Vint , Germany)
"wading in excrements"( iod k) was deleted and the remedy moved to "dirt - wading in dirt" because
the original word "Kothe" found in Jahr means " any liquid or formerly liquid uncleanness, especially
when it lies on the streets or roads ... ". (Peter Vint , Germany)

Chill
"suppressed - swallowing agg" for merc-c. was changed into "CHILL - swallowing agg."
"time - 7 to 9 a.m. - one day hard chill 12 m., next, light one" : eup-per.3. This sentence lacks
readability and corresponds to MM Hering: "... a heavy chill, early in morning of one day, and a light
chill about noon next day, and so on successively.". Therefore this symptom is corrected in
Synthesis as: "morning - 7 h - 7-9 h - heavy chill one day, and a light chill the next day at noon".

Fever
" night" and "midnight" with their subrubrics have been restructured to follow the time schedule
followed at other places. Midnight depends on night.
afternoon - 5 p.m." (acon. coff. ferr. lyc. nicc. sang.) is a misprint in Kent (see chronological order)
and was renamed "... - 15 h". The correct rubric "... - 17 h (5 p.m.) (con. kali-c. kali-n. ...) is listed
under evening in Kent, but has been moved to afternoon as well in Synthesis.
"succession of stages": this chaotic rubric has been restructured completely following the logical
rules described.

Perspiration
"cold": lac-ac was replaced by lac-c.: see HR1.
"profuse - rage, during": modify as "rage, during" on level 2
"sides": these rubrics have been moved to the beginning of the chapter, preceding "times (daytime,
morning, etc.)" as in all other chapters.

Skin
The pain section in skin is almost non-existent. However, several pain-sensations are reported in
the Repertory. We have grouped them together in the section "skin - pain" as in all other chapters.
Synonym-references are left of the original rubrics for those who might be used to finding this
information at the old site. Disagreeable sensations specific for skin, are not moved to the pain
section, again as in other chapters (e.g.: "skin - burning" or "- prickling").
"cicatrices - burning, sore, stinging, etc.": all pain descriptions are made subrubrics of "cicatrices painful"
"eruptions - coppery - covered parts": has to be changed to "eruptions - covered parts" as can be
confirmed for led. (TL1) and thuj. (HR1)
in "eruptions - discharging - corrosive": "merc-i." (which has no reference in the table of remedy
abbreviations of Kent, was replaced by "merc-i-f.", which is mercurius iodatus flavus, considered
synonymous with mercurius protoiodatus or mercurius iodatus (see C1 or PTK2)
in "eruptions - dry" "borx." was replaced by "bov." (see HR1)
in "eruptions - eczema": remedy abbreviation "lap-m." (without correspondence in the abbreviations
table in Kent's Repertory !) is replaced by "lappa" (= lappa arctium or major) - (See General remarks
- remedies).
"eruptions - rash - changing air": this ambiguous expression was modified as "eruption - rash
-weather; from change of" (apis in HR1)
in "eruptions - rupia" "nat-ac." was replaced by "nit-ac." (see HR1, under "follows well")
"eruptions - urticaria - cold - taking cold; from": this ambiguous expression was modified into "... cold - becoming; from" See HR1 under dulc.
"formication - beginning at feet and extending upwards" has been changed to "formication
-extending upwards; beginning at feet and " and moved after the modalities (to correspond to the
standardized order in the repertory)
"itching - spring, in - March; month of" replaced by "itching - March; month of": see Hering (bryonia)
and also: spring begins on March 21st only
"ulcers - aching": all pain descriptions are made subrubrics of "ulcers - painful"

Generals
The section Food contains all modalities: each particular food has at most four subrubrics: agg. amel. - aversion and desire. The latter two were normally present in Kent's chapter Stomach, but as
they are general, have been moved to Generals - food.
Some specifications on the structure of this rubric:
All more specific food symptoms depend on the above-mentioned four levels: aggravation from red
wine will be found as "wine - agg. -red" In all cases "agg from" has been considered synonymous with
"ailments from".
As much as possible, "combined taste" was listed as follows:
if the type of food was a specific type or a kind of preparation, it will be found under the heading
of the main food: "fresh meat" you will find under "meat", "olive oil" under "oil" (and not under
"olive"), etc.
if it was an exact type of food, you will find it as such, on level 3: "mutton" will be found under
"generals - food - mutton" and not as a subrubric of "meat"
If Weather modalities apply to the whole general state they have been grouped under a rubric
"generals - weather" (as in the Chapter Mind). A general state caused or influenced by a weather
modality will still be a subrubric depending upon this other rubric.
All types of Wind have been grouped together as "generals - wind". Really windy weather (= stormy
weather) you find under "generals - weather - windy".

"coat of skin drawn over inner parts; sensation of": symptom from Bnninghausen, wrongly
translated, has been moved with all its remedies to the correct translation: "Fur in inner parts;
sensation as if covered with" (Jean-Claude Grgoire, France)
"convulsions - exanthema": remedies have been moved into rubric "convulsions - eruptions" (see
General remarks: exanthema)
"dropsy - exanthema; from suppressed": remedies are merged with the rubric "dropsy - eruptions;
from suppressed" (see General remarks)
"food - farinaceous" means food containing farina and therefore is not equal to spaghetti only,
which is the way many homeopaths tend to use it. Farina-based food includes pastas, bread and
potatoes. We have added a rubric "food - pasta" and suggest you add there any symptoms related
only to pasta such as spaghetti, lasagna, macaroni, etc.
"food - starchy": all remedies and subrubrics have been moved to "food -farinaceous" with which it is
considered synonymous. In the Materia Medica "starchy" is most often used to describe the quality
of a discharge, expectoration, leukorrhea, etc. and less often to indicate a type of food.
"lying - after - amel.": replace sumb. by samb.
"medicines" see explanation under "remedies"
"remedies" under this rubric all information has been grouped together according to the
homeopathic remedies, as opposed to symptoms related to allopathic medicines, which are found
under "medicines". The difference between these two words is also illustrated in the symptom,
original in Kent: " oversensitive state and (homeopathic!) remedies fail to act; when too much
(allopathic) medicine has produced an", which can be found under "generals - irritability" in Kent. In
Synthesis, also this last symptom is moved to be a subrubric of "remedies".
"suppressed": all suppressions have been moved to the part suppressed (e.g.: "skin - eruptions
-suppressed")
"suppressed - exanthema": remedies merged into "skin - eruptions - from suppressed" (see General
remarks)
"trembling": in the original Kent, there is a headrubric "trembling, externally" from which all others
depend. When, alphabetically, "internally" comes, this seems to depend on "externally" and all
following rubrics are indented to the right and suggested to be subrubrics of "internally", which is
again confirmed by the header of the right column on page 1409. However, when you consider the
alphabetical order, this does not appear to be correct.
Barthel begins with "trembling, externally", and "trembling, internally". Then he makes all time
modalities subrubrics of a new rubric: "whole body". All other modalities are subrubrics of "
trembling".
Knzli mentions all rubrics , including "internally" and "externally" as subrubrics of "trembling".
Synthesis refers to the original but corrected format of Kent: on level 3, there is only "internally"
with almost no subrubrics, and then as second rubric "externally" which has all other rubrics as
subrubrics.)
"weather - cold wet - agg": delete canth. (Jost Knzli, Switzerland, quoting Kent)

Acknowledgement
Synthesis 9 is such a jump ahead that it almost equals two successive versions. The number of
people who have contributed to this version is larger than ever. Their names are mentioned in the
collaborators list. Still I would like to acknowledge a few people more especially.
This big switch would not have been possible without the skillfulness of our programmers. At some
stage each of them was involved.
The final brainstorm session to imagine this version of Synthesis took place during the weekend
preceding September 11, 2001. Many thanks to the thinkers of that moment: Dale Emerson, Kim
Elia, Peter Vint, Philippe Santantonio and Reinhard Ros. All along the realization of the project
Peter Vint has been a major help, along with Erik Van Woensel - thanks a lot!
The Boger-Bnninghausen encoding was only possible because of the great effort of the Rumanian
teams, one in Bucharest, one in Timisoara: thanks to all of you and to Gheorghe Jurj and Carmen

Sturza for coordinating these teams with Paul Debruyn.


The linking of the symptoms was another challenge taken up with the help of Bert Lemmen, Erik
Van Woensel, Natasha Pelech, P. Sivaraman, Peter Vint and Roxana Matteescu.
The first time I presented my ideas about streamlining and restructuring Synthesis in public was in
June 2002 to all Archibel representatives and our befriended key homeopaths, in Alonissos, Greece.
Thanks for your feedback, especially Will Taylor who, out of heartfelt concern, was a great
inspiration. I am also glad that Will agreed to have our discussion, in retrospect, videotaped.
At last, every day I praise myself happy for my dream team. Not only hard work was demanded
from them. This time they also had to work double during some days or weeks and then sit and wait
for the next step. Their smiles helped this project to reach its end. Thanks An, Gerd, Katelijne,
Majin and Paul for so much endurance and flexibility!
In fact, I would need to tell stories about so many of those names on the collaborators list. I salute
each one of them and wish they knew how much I appreciate every input. Synthesis 9 is the fifth
edition we make with (some members of) this team. Now we are printing the 33rd print run of
Synthesis since version 5: it expresses the impact of our work.
Even if we are tired, isn't that worth the effort?

Appendix
Table of times
General table
- In general the order of the symptoms is as follows: first put the times, then the modalities.
Periods of time (from 10 to 11 h) are subrubrics of precise (beginning) hours (in this case 10 h). The
full symptom is: "10 h - 10-11 h"
In the following table, the space preceding each level indicates the different hierarchical levels.
daytime
day and night
morning (= 6-9 h)
7h
8h
modalities
sunrise
forenoon (= 9-12 h)
9h
noon (= 12-13 h)
12 h
afternoon (= 13-18 h)
14 h
siesta, during
evening (= 18-22 h)
modalities evening
sunset
night (= 22-6 h) 13(13)
midnight 14(14)

before
times
modalities
at 15(15)
2h, until
after
2 h 16(16)
2-3 h 17(17)
2-4 h
until 18(18)
before
at 19(19)
after
any other modalities of 2 h
3h
3 or 4 h
3.30 h
4h
4-17 h 20(20)
4.30-6 h
5h
5-6.30 h
...
daybreak, at 21(21)
heat, from
morning - towards
morning - until
sleepy in the day; and
...
modalities night 22(22)
waking, on
...

Remarks
- 12 p.m. >< 12 a. m.
noon = 12 a.m. = 12 h; 12.30 p.m. = 12.30 h;
midnight= 12 p.m. = 0 h;
12.30 a.m. = 0.30 h
(See in Repertory: "Chill - Time" and "Generals - Weakness")
- "sunrise" is always a time modality of morning; "sunset" and "twilight" always a time modality of
evening.
- "twilight" indicates the subdued light after sunset or, less common, before sunrise. If the symptom
is specific for one such period, "twilight" should be a subrubric of morning or evening. If twilight is
not a subrubric of these latter symptoms, it means that the symptom is influenced by both types of
twilight.
- Note the time symptoms always in the most compact possible way and in such a way they fit into
the above structure:
E.g. do not write "lasting until 17 h" but "17 h, until"

- The correct syntax for any period of time is "{number}-{number><space}h".


E.g. do not write "3 to 4 h" but "3-4 h".
- The beginning hour is always a direct subrubric of the time of day, such as morning, afternoon,
etc., even if the beginning hour is not a full hour.
E.g. if the aggravation is at 6.30 h, do not write "morning - 6 h - 6.30 h" but "morning - 6.30 h"

Table of periodicity
The rubrics are sorted as follows:
- hour - every
- hour - two hours; every
- hour - same hour; at the
...
- day - every
- day - every - morning
- day - every - forenoon
etc.: ... - noon / ... - afternoon / ... - evening / ... - night
- day - alternate
(= "day - second, every" and = "day - other day, every")
- day - alternate - morning
- day - alternate - forenoon
etc.: ... - noon / ... - afternoon / ... - evening / ... - night
- day - third, every ...
- day - Sunday, every (or another day of the week)
...
- week
...
- month
...
- year
- year - spring; every
- year - summer; every
- year - autumn; every
- year - winter; every
- year - August; in (or another month)
...
- intermittent
All these levels are considered as time qualifications as they tell us when the symptoms happen.
The superrubric itself (periodical, periodicity, seasons) is considered an M, so it will be sorted
between the modalities.
E.g.: GENERALS - PERIODICITY - afternoon - every = DMTT

Table of combined modalities


The combinations that should be avoided are indented to the right and followed by an arrow
preceding the preferred expression. Often there is a choice between a "collapsed" version of the
modality and the not collapsed version.
E.g.: bed - going to
() bed; when going to
() bed - going to bed - when
The collapsed version was used when there were no other modalities with "bed" among the

subrubrics. Not all possibilities have been included here.


In general, "amel." has been put on a separate level, to allow a clear visual distinction.
This table has three columns indicated and indented as follows:
Correct expression
Replace this
affected parts
air draft of
air open

air seaside

amel. - not amel.


appearing (of pain)
bathing - cold
bathing - hot
bathing - warm
bed - going to

by this preferred expression


-> air agg.; draft of / air; draft of cold - amel.
-> air agg.; in open
-> air; in open - agg.
-> air; in open - amel.
-> seaside agg.; at the
-> seaside; at the - agg.
-> seaside; at the - amel.
->not amel.
-> increasing or decreasing
-> cold bathing agg. / cold bathing - amel.
-> warm bathing agg. - hot bath
-> warm bathing - amel. - hot bath
-> warm bathing agg. / warm bathing - amel.
-> bed; when going to
-> bed - going to bed - when
-> warm bed agg. / warm bed - amel.
-> rising from bed agg. / rising from bed - amel.
-> sitting up in bed agg. / sitting up in bed - amel.
-> warm bed agg. / warm bed - amel.
-> breathing - holding breath agg
-> breathing deep agg. / breathing deep - amel.
-> temperature agg.; change of
-> weather; change of
-> hawking up mucus agg. / hawking up mucus - amel.
-> should be avoided: use "cold air", cold applications", etc.
-> cold air agg. / cold air - amel.
-> cold air - entering cold air from a warm room agg.

bed - heat of
bed- rising, from
bed - sitting up in
bed - warm
breath - holding; when
breathing - deep
change - temperature, of
change - weather, of
clearing throat
cold
cold - air
cold - air - going into cold
air from a warm room
cold air - entering cold air - amel.
cold - applications
-> cold applications agg. / cold applications - amel.
cold - drinks
-> cold drinks agg. / cold drinks - amel.
cold - food
-> cold food - agg. / cold food - amel.
cold - (agg. / amel. -) icy cold
cold - room - going to a -> cold room agg.; after entering a
cold room
cold - water
-> cold - applications OR
drinking cold water agg. / drinking cold water - amel.
cold - wet weather: all weather modalities go as subrubrics of "weather"
damp - weather
-> weather - wet
deep breathing
-> breathing - deep

deep breathing
-> breathing - deep
deep inspiration
-> inspiration - deep
decreasing - gradually / suddenly
drinking (if no specification of what is drunk, else check what is drunk, e.g. beer)
drinks - cold
-> cold drinks agg. / cold drinks - amel.
drinks - warm
-> warm drinks agg. / warm drinks - amel.
drinks and food
-> food and drinks
eating (if no specification of what is eaten, else check what is eaten, e.g. fat food)
eating - satiety, to
-> eating to satiety agg.; after / eating to satiety; after - amel
effort, physical
-> exertion
emotional excitement
-> excitement agg. / excitement - amel.
entering - house
-> entering a house
entering a cold room
-> cold - room - entering a cold room; after
entering a warm room
-> warm - room - entering a warm room; when
excitement, emotional
-> excitement agg. / excitement - amel.
excitement, sexual
-> sexual excitement - agg.
exertion - eyes; of the
-> exertion of the eyes agg. / exertion of the eyes - amel.
exertion - mental
-> mental exertion agg. / mental exertion - amel.
exertion- physical
-> exertion
flatulence - obstructed; -> flatus; from obstructed
from / with
flatus; passing - amel. / as from / before
food - cold
-> cold food - agg./ cold food - amel.
food - warm
-> warm food agg. / warm food - amel.
going to bed
-> bed; when going to
going into a warm room
-> warm room; when entering a
going into cold air
-> cold air - entering cold air from a warm room agg.
going into a cold room
-> cold room agg.; after entering a
ground - uneven
-> walking on uneven ground agg.
hat - weight of
-> hat; from pressure of a
heat - bed, of
-> warm bed agg. / warm bed - amel.
hot
-> warm (- agg. / amel. -) hot
icy cold
-> cold (- agg. /amel. -) icy cold
increasing - gradually - decreasing - gradually / suddenly
increasing - suddenly - decreasing - gradually / suddenly
-> inspiration agg.; deep / inspiration; deep - amel.
inspiration - deep
level ground, on
-> walking on level ground agg.
looking steadily
-> looking steadily agg. / looking steadily - amel.
lying - side; on - left - agg. / amel.
lying - side; on - right - agg. / amel.
lying - side; on - affected - agg. / amel.
lying - side; on - painful - agg. / amel.
lying - side; on - painless - agg. / amel.
menses - before / during / after
menses - as if menses -> menses - would appear; as if
would appear
menses - beginning of
-> menses; during - beginning of menses
menses - instead of
-> menses; instead of
menses suppressed, -> menses; from suppressed
from

from
mental excitement
-> excitement
mental exertion
moon - full / decreasing / new / increasing
motion of arm agg. / motion of arm - amel.
motion of eyelids agg. / motion of eyelids - amel.
motion of head agg. / motion of head - amel.
motion agg.; beginning of / motion; beginning of - amel.
motion agg.; continued / motion; continued - amel.
motion - quick
-> motion agg.; rapid / motion; rapid - amel.
motion - slightest motion agg. / motion - slightest motion - amel.
move -> motion
nervous excitement -> excitement agg. / excitement - amel.
open air -> air agg.; in open / air; in open - amel.
painful parts
parts, affected
-> affected parts
parts, painful
-> painful parts
physical exertion
-> exertion
pulse, synchronous with
-> synchronous
respiration
-> inspiration OR breathing
rising - after
-> rising agg.; after / rising; after - amel.
rising - bed, from
-> rising from bed agg. / rising from bed - amel.
rising - lying, from
-> rising from lying agg. / rising from lying - amel.
rising, on: most often equals rising
rising - seat; from a
-> rising from sitting agg. / rising from sitting - amel.
rising - stooping; from
-> rising from stooping agg. / rising from stooping - amel.
sexual - desire - diminished / increased / suppression of / with / without
sexual - excess
-> sexual excesses; after
sexual - excitement
-> sexual excitement; after
side lain on - not lain on
-> side not lain on (is a locality!)
sitting - up in bed
-> sitting up in bed agg. / sitting up in bed - amel.
sleep - going to; on
-> sleep agg.; on going to / sleep; on going to - amel.
sleep - preventing
stool - urging to
-> stool - urging to stool agg. / stool - urging to - amel.
suffering parts
-> affected parts
suppressed <whatever>
-> <whatever> - suppressed
swallowing - empty
-> swallowing agg.; empty / swallowing; empty - amel.
swallowing - not, when
-> swallowing agg.; when not / swallowing; when not amel.
synchronous with pulse
temperature - change of
-> temperature agg.; change of
uneven ground, on
-> walking on uneven ground agg.
urging: goes as a subrubric of the subject of the urge
urination - during - close -> urination; during - end of
of, at
urination - urging to
-> urination - urging to urinate; during
walking - while / when
-> walking agg.
walking - after
-> walking agg.; after / -> walking; after - amel.
walking - air; in the open - after
walking - air; in the open - agg.
walking - air; in the open - amel.
walking - beginning to walk
warm - applications
-> warm applications agg. / warm applications - amel.

warm - applications
-> warm applications agg. / warm applications - amel.
warm - bed
-> warm bed agg. / warm bed - amel.
warm - drinks - agg. / amel
warm - food - agg. / amel.
warm - (agg. /amel. -) hot
warm - room
-> warm room agg. / warm room - amel.
warm - room - going into -> warm room from cold air; when entering a
a warm room from cold
air
warm - water
-> warm water agg./ warm water - amel.
warm - weather
-> weather - warm
warmth should be avoided: use "warm applications", "weather - warm", etc.
washing: is considered to be different from bathing (= long duration >< washing: short
duration: an application of cold/warm water); but synonymous to "cold water" or "warm
water", ... (e.g.: washing in cold water -> cold applications)
water, drinking - cold
-> drinking cold water agg. / drinking cold water - amel.
water, drinking - warm
-> drinking warm water agg./ drinking warm water - amel.
weather - change of weather
weather agg.; cold dry
weather agg.; cold wet
weather; cold wet - amel.
weather - dry
->weather agg.; dry / weather; dry - amel.
weather; warm wet agg.
weather; warm wet - amel.
weather - wet
-> weather agg.; wet / weather; wet - amel.
wet - getting - feet
-> wet; getting - agg - feet
wet - getting, from - head
-> wet agg.; head getting
wet - weather
-> weather agg.; wet / weather; wet - amel.
wind - cold
-> wind agg.; cold
work, mental
-> mental exertion agg. / mental exertion - amel.
work physical
-> exertion

Degrees in the repertory of additions from other sources


This proposal gives some example for the most frequently used books.
In the book

Meaning

In Synthesis

A1: Allen Timothy: Encyclopedia of the Materia Medica


plain type
one/few provers, not verified
*plain type
one/few provers, verified
italics
more provings, no verification
*italics
more provings, verified
(*)bold
many provings (*= verified)

1
1
1
2
3

AL2: Allen Henry: Materia Medica of the Nosodes


plain type
?

plain type
?
1
one bar
?
1
two bars
?
2
three bars
?
3
The correspondence with grades is made here on the basis of comparison with existing
additions since an explanation was not found.
BG2: Boger-Bnninghausen Repertory
plain type
?
italics
?
bold
?
capitals
?

1
2
2
3

BR1: Boericke William: Materia Medica


plain type
normal intensity
1
italics
strong characteristic
2
If the italics are present in the description at the beginning of the remedy, and if the
symptom is said to be important, it can be converted to a third degree in the Repertory.
BRO1: Boericke Oscar: Repertory
plain type
italics

first degree
second degree

1
2

C1: Clarke: Dictionary of Materia Medica


clinical, causation, symptoms
1
italics in clinical
2
characteristics
2
stressed characteristics
3
In fact most text in Clarke is in plain type. One should first add from the characteristics,
where the stronger symptoms are present (even if they may be repeated in the scheme of
symptoms). If expressions such as "the leading symptom is ...", or, on rare occasion, italics
are used in the characteristics, they get the third degree.
H: Hahnemann
plain type
normally mentioned
1
bold type
more strongly present ?
1
If a symptom in Hahnemann is mentioned by different provers one can consider putting it in
the second degree.
HR1: Hering: Guiding Symptoms
no / thin bar
two thin bars
one thick bar
two thick bars
a hand

occasional proving
more provings
verified by cures
repeated cures
approved characteristic

1
1
2
3
4

KR2: Knerr: Drug Relationship


no / thin bar
two thin bars
one thick bar

occasional proving
more provings
verified by cures

1
1
2

one thick bar


two thick bars

verified by cures
repeated cures

2
3

PTK1: Phatak: Concise Repertory


Plain type
Italics
Capitals

?
?
?

1
2
3

Degrees in the repertory as related to provings


Nr. of provers:
Degree Sy:

1
1

2-4
1

5-9
2

10 and more
3

Third degree for proving symptoms is only used when there is a confirmation from a different
proving (director) or from clinical experience by a different homeopath. To start, symptoms of
provings are introduced only in the first or second degree.

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Explanation of Key Symptoms


Mind
MIND - ABSENTMINDED - inadvertence : Not being attentive, observant.
MIND - ABSORBED : Fully occupied with something; having great interest in something.
MIND - ABSTRACTION OF MIND : Mind not present, preoccupied, "spacy", distracted. Mental
withdrawal.
MIND - ACTIVITY - desires activity - physical exercise; desires : Desire for physical activity
MIND - ADDICTED; tendency to become : J.Ozanon, France: Addictive personality may involve a
physical dependance on drugs, alcohol ec. or an emotional dependance on people
MIND - ADMONITION : A warning, reprimand.
MIND - ADULTEROUS : To taint something sacred and risk its destruction; voluntary sexual
intercourse between a married man and a woman not his wife, or between a married woman and
a man not her husband.
MIND - AFFABILITY : Pleasent, friendly, easy to talk to.
MIND - AFFECTATION : Artificial behavior meant to impress others. The excessive use of some
distinctive, often affected, manner or style in speech, or behavior.
MIND - AGILITY, mental : Lively, quick and active.
MIND - AGORAPHOBIA : Fear of open spaces, either due to their relative vastness, or to the
presence of a crowd.
MIND - AILMENTS FROM - anger - anxiety; with : Being aggressive from fear. (Marc Br)
MIND - AILMENTS FROM - celibacy : Being voluntarily unmarried or sexualy inactive.
MIND - AILMENTS FROM - contradiction : Being opposed verbally.
MIND - AILMENTS FROM - debauchery : Extreme satisfaction of one's desires, pleasures, to the
point of harming oneself.
MIND - AILMENTS FROM - disappointment : To fail to fulfill the hopes or expectations of someone,
having one's hope and expectation frustrated.
MIND - AILMENTS FROM - excitement - emotional - children are ill at certain moments : The
children are ill at certain moments. For example at week-ends, birthdays, Mother's day, feasts,
holidays, etc.
MIND - AILMENTS FROM - indignation : The modality "Ailments from - Indignation" is often confused
with "Ailments from - mortification" because in both cases the patient suffers as a result of what
he feels is an insult to his person. While both symptoms may be present at the same time, the
difference lies in the fact that in "Indignation" a feeling of anger is always present. Those who are
easily roused to indignation have an exaggerated sense of honour, honesty and justice. A key
phrase is: "I hate any kind of injustice". Such patients will react angrily at any sing of unmerited
privilege; queuejumpers arouse their contempt, for they feel strongly that everyone must wait
their turn.
MIND - AILMENTS FROM - insults : Remarks or treatment that hurt or are meant to hurt the feelings
or pride.
MIND - AILMENTS FROM - mortification : The modality "Ailments from - Indignation" is often
confused with "Ailments from - mortification" because in both cases the patient suffers as a result
of what he feels is an insult to his person. While both symptoms may be present at the same
time, the difference lies in the fact that in "Indignation" a feeling of anger is always present.
Those who are easily roused to indignation have an exaggerated sense of honour, honesty and
justice. A key phrase is: "I hate any kind of injustice". Such patients will react angrily at any sing
of unmerited privilege; queuejumpers arouse their contempt, for they feel strongly that everyone

must wait their turn.


MIND - AILMENTS FROM - remorse : Anguish from self-reproach
MIND - AILMENTS FROM - scorned; being : Being looked down upon, unjustly treatened,
humiliated.
MIND - AMATHOPHOBIA : Fear of dust or dirt.
MIND - AMAXOPHOBIA : A morbid fear of riding in any sort of vehicle.
MIND - AMOROUS : Full of love, showing love, liking to make love.
MIND - ANAL FIXATION : Indicating behavior as orderliness, greed, obstinacy as a result of a, partly,
uncompleted second stage of psychosexual development, in which interest centers in excretory
functions.
MIND - ANARCHIST : Rejection of all forms of coercive control and authority
MIND - ANDROPHOBIA : Insane fear of men, or of the male sex.
MIND - ANEMOPHOBIA : Irrational fear of drafts or of wind.
MIND - ANGER - beside oneself; being : Extremely angry or upset
MIND - ANGER - cough : The remedy "bell k" was moved to "COUGH - ANGER from" [vh1 Belladonna] Irritability, anger, and finally violent impulses and violent mania can be witnessed.
....The anger is such that it can bring about coughing while the face becomes extremely red. ....
MIND - ANGUISH : Severe suffering as from grief, pain, worries.
MIND - ANIMUS POSSESSION : Term from Jungian psychology. Animus is the inner masculine side of
the woman. It manifests negatively in fixed ideas, collective opinions and unconscious a priori
assumptions, that lay claim to absolute truth. A woman who is identified with the animus
(called animus-possession), is always in danger of losing her feminity.
MIND - ANTAGONISM with herself : The state of being opposed or to counteract to oneself.
MIND - ANTICIPATION : This is a very common symptom. Insecure patients with a dread of failure
and people who worry about the future have this symptoms, as indeed does anyone who suffers
either mentally or physically at the thought of some situation in which they will be required to
perform or contribute. Pre-examination nerves would not ordinarily be considered a symptom,
unless they were present to such a degree that they were incapacitating, with fears, diarrhea,
palpitations, sleeplessness, stomach cramps and so on. Sometimes anticipatory ailments vanish
as soon as the task or examination begins: the student who was rigid with fear moments earlier
calms down and performs well. People who sit in the waiting room for an hour before their
appointment, or who tell you that they always suffer from insomnia before seeing their doctor or
lawyer, or before going on a journey, also suffer from anticipation.
MIND - ANTICS; playing : Absurd or foolish behaviour, absurd or silly action.
MIND - APHASIA : The power to use or understand words is totally or partially lost. This is usually
due to brain disease or injury.
MIND - AQUAPHOBIA : Irrational fear of water, not only of swimming but also of being near water
where one might fall in and drown.
MIND - ARDENT : Fiery intensity of feelings; with passion and enthusiasm.
MIND - ART - ability for - plastic arts : The ability to produce a work of art in one of the fine arts,
esp. in one of the graphic or plastic arts as a painting, sculpture, carving, etc.
MIND - ART - inability for - plastic arts : The inability to produce a work of art in one of the fine
arts, esp. in one of the graphic or plastic arts as a painting, sculpture, carving, etc.
MIND - ASCETIC : A person who lives with strict self-discipline, sometimes for religious purposes,
avoiding the everyday pleasures and comforts.
MIND - ASTRAPHOBIA : Irrational fear of thunder and lightning.
MIND - AUTOPHOBIA : Irrational fear of one's self, of being alone.
MIND - AVERSION - men; to [old rubric] : This rubric contained remedies which referred to "male
persons" as well as to "men in general". As far as it was clear from the Materia Medica, remedies
have been moved to more precise rubrics. The remedies which remain are not clear for the
moment.
MIND - BARKING - bellowing : To make a loud, deep, reverberating sound like a lion or bull.
MIND - BEGGING : To ask humbly or earnestly.
MIND - BENEVOLENCE : Inclination to do good, be helpful.
MIND - BESIDE ONESELF; being - general; in : Very upset, or wild, from fear, rage, etc. As being

beside oneself from fear or rage or pain are very different things, the global rubric has been
removed as it only expresses the intensity of very different emotions.
MIND - BLASPHEMY : Profane speaking or writing of God or sacred things.
MIND - BLUSHING : To become red in the face from embarrassment or from confusion.
MIND - BROODING : To keep thinking and worrying about something.
MIND - BUOYANCY : To encourage with cheerfulness
MIND - CAPRICIOUSNESS : Changing one's mind or action without adequate motive
MIND - CAREFREE - desire to be : The person wants to be free of worry.
MIND - CHEERFUL : In good spirits, marked by an unruffled flow of spirits A cheerful person smiles,
a merry person (= mirth) laughs The following remedies were deleted here. They belong in "Mind Mirth": alum, am-c, anag, anan, ant-t, arn, ars-i, arund, asc-t, bar-c, 2calc, calc-s, camph, cham,
cimic, clem, coc-c, ferr-ar, ferr-i, form, ip, kali-c, kali-p, lachn, led, meny, merc-c, merc-i-f,
merc-i-r, merl, nat-ar, sumb. The remedies "sil" and "viol-t" were also deleted because they are
neither found in "Mind - Cheerful" nor in "Mind - Mirth". The degree of the following remedies was
changed as we find it in Kent in "Mind - Cheerful": agar, anac, carbn-s, ferr, op, ph-ac, stram.
MIND - CHEERFUL - collar against scratching; in spite of wearing a : Collars are big white things
that look like conus and the head is inside the conus. (Marc Br)
MIND - COMA : Profound and prolonged unconsciousness, without reaction to powerful external
stimuli
MIND - COMPULSIONS : Irresistible, irrational impulse to perform or repeat a certain action
MIND - CONFIDENT : To be assured of one's success
MIND - CONFIDING : Entrusting secrets in confidence
MIND - CONFORMISM : Behaving in a conventional way.
MIND - CONFUSION of mind - carousal; as after a : A merry drinking party
MIND - COQUETTISH : A women who wants, without sincere affection, to gain the attention and
admiration of men.
MIND - COQUETTISH - too much - children; in : Child is very conscious of his appearance.
MIND - CREDULOUS : Apt to believe too easily without sufficient evidence.
MIND - CYNICAL : Distrusting or contemptuous of the virtues of others
MIND - DELUSIONS - asylum : Institution for the care of the mentally ill, the poor or the aged
MIND - DELUSIONS - carousal; as if after a : A merry drinking party
MIND - DELUSIONS - debauch; as after a : Extreme indulgence into sensual pleasure
MIND - DELUSIONS - despised; is : To regard as worthless or to look down upon with contempt.
MIND - DELUSIONS - driving animals : Urging them on.
MIND - DELUSIONS - fantasies are forced upon him; a multitude of - dozing; when : Original text:
"slumber; in" = dozing
MIND - DELUSIONS - hand - taking her hand; something - midnight : The original text in Kent:
"Mind - Delusions - hand - midnight visions of something taking her"
MIND - DELUSIONS - horses - riding a horse : The remedy "cann-i k" was moved here from the rubric
"MIND - DELUSIONS - horses - horseback; is on a" which was deleted.
MIND - DELUSIONS - incubus; being weighed down by an : An incubus is an evil spirit having
intercourse with women (medieval belief), but in the context of the symptoms this word
corresponds to "nightmare" or to "burden"
MIND - DELUSIONS - insane - become insane; one will - head; from snapping in : Snapping is a
sudden, clicking sound such as produced by a whip or by clicking the fingers
MIND - DELUSIONS - legs - tin case filled with stair rods; leg is : A container made of tin filled with
sticks used to build stairs
MIND - DELUSIONS - man - muffled man starts from the wall : A muffled man is one wrapped in a
shawl or a blanket
MIND - DELUSIONS - man - perforate his throat with a gimlet; man in the room intending to : A
gimlet is a small boring tool with a handle at right angles to the shaft. The shaft ends in a spiral,
pointed cutting edge.
MIND - DELUSIONS - melting away, agg. from change of position, amel. when lying : We suspect
this to be an error by Kent. If one searches for "sumb + melt*" or "sumb + recumbent", all one
finds is the following text: [a1 - Sumbulus moschatus - Male] - Itching in prepuce (sixth day); heat

and burning sensation in genitals, at 6 P.M. ; at 8 P.M. , chiefly in perinaeum, between the thighs
and glans penis. ...... Prepuse swollen considerably, projecting beyond the glans; phimosis;
violent preputial gonorrhoea; oozing pains; sensation of melting away, as if drops were passing
from the extremity of the penis or it were becoming matter; the effort seems to be aided by the
whole body; increased by change of posture; the recumbent, with the muscles and fascia on the
stretch, is most easy pains in penis when pendant, relieved by being kept up (one hundred and
seventy-fourth day). ......
MIND - DELUSIONS - nerve were strung to the highest pitch; every : To the highest pitch = to the
highest degree
MIND - DELUSIONS - old : Do not add remedies to this symptom. Add them to the subrubrics.
MIND - DELUSIONS - pursued; he was - fiends, by : An evil spirit or a wicked person
MIND - DELUSIONS - repudiated; he is : Being not accepted or supported; casted off publicly.
MIND - DELUSIONS - stepping - down when walking; steps on feather : Down are the soft, floffy
feathers
MIND - DELUSIONS - whirled around - he - coal screen; and had been placed in a : A coal screen is
a big sieve used to separate the finer particles of coal from the coarser ones.
MIND - DELUSIONS - wrong - gives people something wrong from which they die; she : The
original German text is as follows: "Sie whnt den Leuten Unrechtes zu geben, dass sie davon
strben." (checked by Peter Vint - Germany)
MIND - DEMENTIA - dialysis dementia : Symptoms like loss of memory, incoordination of
movements, facial grimaces, myoclonic seizures, associated with high aluminium concentrations
in the brain due to high concentrations in the dialysate water , aluminium containing antiacids,
etc.
MIND - DEPERSONALIZATION : Loss of self-knowledge and self-control Dissociation from or
self-identification with environment
MIND - DETERMINATION : Firmness of purpose; the quality of being resolute
MIND - DIFFUSION : Using more words than needed.
MIND - DIRTY - eating; when : They get food all around their face when eating. (Marc Br)
MIND - DIRTY - everything; dirtying : The original Gallavardin's rubric (am-c., bry., nat-m.)reads
as: Salir (impulsion barbare tout) = barbarous impulsion to dirty everything - so the wording of
this Synthesis rubric is OK. (Jacqueline Ozanon - France)
MIND - DISCERNMENT; lack of : Exhibing keen insight, good judgment
MIND - DISCRIMINATION, lack of : Ability to see fine disctinctions
MIND - DOUBTFUL : Unsettled in opinion or belief
MIND - DOUBTFUL - skeptical : Doubting or questioning matters generally accepted
MIND - DRIVEN : Having to act by a sense of urgency or compulsion: working hard to reach a goal.
MIND - EATING - hunger; without : is not the same as "appetite; without" appetite: mental hunger:
physical
MIND - ELATED : Exalted state as from success or as over good fortune
MIND - ELEGANCE : Having or showing good taste in dress or style combined with dignity and
gracefulness.
MIND - ELOQUENT : Talking or writing in a vivid, forceful, fluent, persuasive, graceful manner.
MIND - EMOTIONS - predominated by the intellect : Emotionally excitable people, in whom the
intellect nevertheless predominates, possibly controls the emotions
MIND - ENVY : Desire to possess goods or qualities of other people.
MIND - ENVY - avidity, and : Avidity: having a very strong craving for something.
MIND - ERETHISM : Extreme irritability or sensitiveness. In the older books eps. used for "nervous or
sexual erethism". Nowadays rare expression more related to the state of a tissue (e.g.: venous
erethism).
MIND - ESCAPE, attempts to - run away, to - bitch in heat; to find a : bitch: female of the dog,
wolf, fox etc...
MIND - EXTRAVAGANCE : Unreasonable excess in behavior, speech, spending.
MIND - FAITH : Complete trust
MIND - FASTIDIOUS : Not easy to please; oversensitive so as to be easily disgusted
MIND - FASTIDIOUS - stressed; only when : The orininal text in "A caring capricious creature - Lac

felinum" by Anne Wirtz is : Desire for cleanness, orderliness, only fastidious when
decompensated.
MIND - FATALISTIC : The belief that all events are controlled by fate and happen by unavoidable
necessity, so that man can't control them. The acceptance of or the surrender to this belief.
MIND - FEAR - exposure by uncovering; of : The remedy "mag-c" was moved to "FEVER UNCOVERING - aversion" because of the meaning we found in the Materia Medica: [h2 Magnesium carbonicum] - At night, great internal heat, so that he can hardly stay covered in bed,
and yet there was a great dislike to exposure by uncovering (aft. 4 d.).
MIND - FEAR - falling, of : The remedy "lys" was replaced by "lyss", because in bg "lys" = "lyss".
MIND - FEAR - horses; of - herd of horses; in a : The original text was :"MIND - FEAR - crowd of
horses; in a".
MIND - FEAR - insanity - senses; of losing one's : Fear of losing the capacity of sound reasoning
MIND - FEAR - lectophobia : Fear of going to bed
MIND - FEAR - men; of [old rubric] : This rubric contained remedies which referred to "male
persons" as well as to "men in general". As far as it was clear from the Materia Medica, remedies
have been moved to more precise rubrics. The remedies which remain are not clear for the
moment.
MIND - FEAR - people; of - shuns the foolishness of : The fear is directed towards humankind, not
towards men.
MIND - FEAR - public places : Places accessible to public, such as a library or a market place
Ambiguous as many people may be present or not
MIND - FEAR - solitude, of : To be cut off from all human contact; being alone but stressing the
loneliness of such a condition (a hermit's solitude) The remedies which refer to the physical state
of being alone in a place were moved to "MIND - FEAR - alone; of being".
MIND - FEAR - sudden : Sudden fear (panic) often leads to irrational and generalised action.
MIND - FEAR - terror : Extreme, overwhelming fear
MIND - FECES - swallows his own : The remedy "camph" was deleted from this symptom and added
to " MIND - FECES - wallows in his own filth; wants to lie on bare floor and". [hr1 - Camphora
officinalis - Mind] - Mania after mental overexertion, in a boy, aet. 14; talks disconnectedly,
refuses to answer; wants to lie on bare floor, and wallows in his own filth.
MIND - FERVENT : Great warmth of emotion
MIND - FIRMNESS - desire to be tough : Displaying moral or mental firmness.
MIND - FLATTERING : Pleasing with exaggeration or without sincerity
MIND - FOPPISH : A man who is devoted to or vain about his appearence or dress.
MIND - FORAGING : To search for food or provisions.
MIND - FOREBODINGS : Forebodings means a prediction or presentiment, esp. of something bad or
harmful.
MIND - FORSAKEN feeling - joyless, feels : ("Niedergeschlagen und freudlos"). The former remedy
"Alumina" has been moved to the existing rubric: "Indifference - joyless".
MIND - FRIGHT : Sudden fear
MIND - HATRED - men, of [old rubric] : This rubric contained remedies which referred to "male
persons" as well as to "men in general". As far as it was clear from the Materia Medica, remedies
have been moved to more precise rubrics. The remedies which remain are not clear for the
moment.
MIND - HAUGHTY : 'Haughty' is closely related to the symptoms 'Egotism' and 'Contemptuous'. Kent
cross-references 'Arrogance', 'Pride' and 'Imperious' to it. The proud person is characterised by a
great feeling of his own worth. He is pleased with himself. The haughty person may be
recognised as much by what he tells you as by his arrogant attitude and bearing. He is the great
braggart who makes a show of being more than he really is. In his vanity he thinks that he is
better than everyone else. He wants to be famous and respected. He is the pompous pedant who
makes a show of his erudition. A haughty and arrogant attitude usually conceals a deep sense of
inferiority.
MIND - HIGH-SPIRITED : Daring, cheerful and vivacious.
MIND - HOLDING : The subrubric "attendant; to" was moved under "MIND - CLINGING" [ptk2 Antimonium tartaricum - Mind] - Clings to attendants.

MIND - HOMOPHOBIA : Irrational fear of homosexuality.


MIND - HONOR - sense of honor - no sense of honor : Does not feel that one deserves any respect
or honor.
MIND - INDISCRETION : Rash. Lacking descretion, good judgement, understanding.
MIND - INSANITY - black insanity with despair and weariness of life : A depressive form of insanity
where the patient sees no way out
MIND - INTELLECTUAL : Intellectualy oriented people, with only few emotions
MIND - JEALOUSY - vindictive : Disposed to seek revenge.
MIND - JESTING - roguish : Dishonest; playfully mischievous.
MIND - LACONIC : Using a minimum words or being concise to the point of seeming rude or
ambigious.
MIND - LAUGHING - agg. : This symptom should contain only remedies which aggravate the mental
state.
MIND - LAUGHING - serious matters, over : This is a curious symptom. Sometimes patients tell you
that they laugh (usually involuntary) in circumstances which are not funny and may even be
distressing.
MIND - LIBERTINISM : Leading an unrestrained, (sexually) immoral life; a freethinker.
MIND - MANIA : Mental disorder with elation, hyperirritability, loquacity, abundant ideas and
increased motor activity
MIND - MANNISH : Having qualities that are usually regarded as belonging to a man, in referring to a
woman.
MIND - MATERNAL INSTINCT; EXAGGERATED : Term used in Jungian psychology. The exaggeration
of the feminine side means an intensification of all female instincts, above all the maternal
instinct. The negative aspect is seen in the woman whose only goal is childbirth. To her the
husband is first and foremost the instrument of procreation, and she regards him merely as an
object to be looked after, along with children, poor relations, cats, dogs, and household
furniture.
MIND - MEDDLESOME : Poking one's nose into other people's affairs is a symptom that patients will
hardly ever admit to. The sister of one patient told me: 'She loves to pry into other people's
affairs. She listens behind doors and goes through people's handbags. She 's very nosy'. Another
symptom that one learns of from relatives of the patient is 'Gossiping'. These people are as nosey
as meddlesome patients, and their habit of talking about others indicates their tendency to lead
vicarious lives.
MIND - MEN : Male persons
MIND - MIRTH : Spirited gaiety, social merriment Marked by more tumult and laughter than cheerful
MIND - MISTAKES; making - writing, in - wrong - letters, figures : Writing a character in the wrong
way.
MIND - MOTHER COMPLEX : Strong, mostly unconscious, influence on the individual's behavior and
attitudes by the mother.
MIND - MOTHER FIXATION : Persistent attachment to the mother, mainly in men, disturbing the
psychosexual and personality development.
MIND - MUTTERING : Speak with a low, indistinct voice
MIND - MYSOPHOBIA : Irrational fear of contamination and dirt.
MIND - MYSTICISM : The belief that one can achief an intuitive knowledge of spiritual or occult
truths beyond human comprehension, or communion with God, through meditation.
MIND - NAGGING : "Nagging" used to refer to "sulky". This is not correct. Nagging and Sulking are
very different. Nagging means to annoy or complain in the sense of tormenting. Sulking means to
silently withdraw as if in protest. (Robert Shore - USA)
MIND - NAIVE : Simple, innocent, uncomplicated, too trustful, not worldly enough.
MIND - NAKED, wants to be - exhibitionism : Exposing parts of the body that are normally
concealed, especially in seeking sexual stimulation or gratification.
MIND - NARROW-MINDED : Prejudiced or intolerant of other opinions.
MIND - NEURASTHENIA : Neurosis with abnormal fatigue
MIND - NEUROSIS : Neurosis has several meanings in the old books. It is used as either of these: 1.(
Anxiety) neurosis: "Mental or emotional disorders, arising from no apparent organic lesion, and

characterised by anxiety, phobias, compulsions, depression, etc." (actual modern meaning) 2.


Neurosis = neurospasm, on an organic level (e.g. look at HR1, phosphorus "cramp / neurosis of
stomach") 3. Cardiac neurosis = neurosis cordis = syndrome with palpitation, weakness, and other
heart symptoms, without organic disease.
MIND - NIBBLE; desire to : To eat or chew small bits, to bite gently. [Farokh Master, India]
MIND - NIGHT-TERROR : Intense fear on waking not associated with dreaming but with vivid
hallucinations
MIND - NOSOPHOBIA : Irrational fear of some particular disease or of sickness in general.
MIND - NOTHINGNESS; sensation of : Lack of value or meaning, insignificance and emptiness
MIND - NYCTOPHOBIA : Irrational fear of darkness or night.
MIND - NYMPHOMANIA : Uncontrollable and abnormal desire for sex in women (see satyriasis for
men)
MIND - OEDIPUS COMPLEX : The subconscious tendency of children, especially boys, to be attached
to the parent of the opposite sex and to be hostile toward the parent of the same sex. It can lead
to mental/emotional disorders if this continues in adult live. The origin is found in the Greek
mythology.
MIND - OFFENDED, easily : To be easily hurt by displeasing remarks
MIND - OPHIDIOPHOBIA : A morbid fear of snakes.
MIND - OUTGOING : Friendly, expansive personality.
MIND - OVERWHELMED : Made helpless as from deep emotion.
MIND - PANIC : Sudden, often unreasoning fear.
MIND - PASSIONATE [= ardent] : Full of overwhelming emotions
MIND - PASSIONATE [= choleric] : Easily provoked into a rage
MIND - PATTED : Gently stroke without application of pressure.
MIND - PEDANT : Ostentatious display of his knowledge
MIND - PERCEPTIONS - changed : The act of perceiving by means of the senses has changed.
MIND - PERCEPTIONS - slowness of : The understanding, knowledge got by perceiving.
MIND - PERFIDIOUS : Characterized by perfidy -- the deliberate breaking of faith, betrayal of trust
MIND - PERT : Lively impertinence
MIND - PERTINACITY : Unyielding adherence to a purpose or opinion
MIND - PETULANT : Impatient dissatisfaction with complaining
MIND - PHLEGMATIC : Difficult to rouse to action; slow, dull, indifferent.
MIND - PLAYFUL : Lightly humorous and full of high spirits
MIND - PLAYING : Engaged in a game, diversion or sport
MIND - PLEASING - desire to please others : To be agreeable to someone / to be the wish or will of
someone
MIND - POSITIVENESS : Do not confound with being positive, as opposed to negative. Synonymous
with "always claims to be right " (Dr. Jean-Claude Grgoire, Belgium)
MIND - PREACHING : Giving moral advice in a tiresome manner.
MIND - PRETTY : Attractive in a graceful way
MIND - PROPER - too : Conforming to the accepted standards; correct and decent.
MIND - PURPOSEFUL : Resolutely directed toward a specific goal
MIND - RASH : Acting without caution Although audacity and rashness are not synonymous, I suggest
they should be combined for the purposes of repertorisation, since the differences are slight and
neither symptom has many remedies. They apply to people who would not hesitate to fight
someone stronger than themselves, to walk along a high narrow ledge, or indeed to do anything
extremely dangerous.
MIND - RECRIMINATING : Answer an accuser by accusing him in return
MIND - RECTIFYING : To set right and correct matters
MIND - RELIGIOUS AFFECTIONS - too occupied with religion - metaphysical concerns : MRR1 pg83:
Preoccupation with metaphysical concerns, such as life after death, reincarnation etc...
MIND - REMORSE : Anguish from self-reproach
MIND - REPENTING : To regret what one has done or has failed to do
MIND - RETARDATION; mental : The old classification contained terms such as idicocy and
imbecility. Nowadays we speak about borderline, mild, moderate, severe and profound mental

retardation.
MIND - RETIREMENT; desire for : The end of all professional activity.
MIND - RETIRING : To go away, retreat, or withdraw to a private, sheltered, secluded place.
MIND - REVELING : Noisy and merry feasting
MIND - REVOLUTIONIST : The revolutionist fights against the ruling powers
MIND - RITUALISTIC BEHAVIOR : Ritualistic behavior: things must be done in a certain order.
MIND - RUBBING : Gently stroke with the application of some pressure.
MIND - SADNESS - chill - during : "Mind - sadness - chill, during": Knerr mentions kali-m., but A1
shows the remedy has to be kali-chl. (Erik Van Woensel, Holland)
MIND - SADNESS - exogenous : In Psychiatrics a distinction is made between endogenous and
exogenous depression. For "endogenous" sadness (depression), we have "MIND - SADNESS causeless". The exogenous or reactive depression is caused by external problems and disappears
when the external problems are solved. For "exogenous" sadness, we already have specific
rubrics (sadness from grief, disappointed love, fright, shock, music, chagrin, mortification,
deception, etc.) indicating the specific causation, and involving numerous other remedies. So if
one knows the specific cause of the sadness it is better to look under the specific rubric.
MIND - SADNESS - superfluous, feeling : Feeling non needed, unnecessary.
MIND - SCATTERED : A person who is incapable of concentrated or serious thinking; giddy, frivolous,
scatterbrained.
MIND - SCHIZOPHRENIA : A mental disease characterized by a separation between the emotions and
the mental processes, a distortion of reality with delusions, confusions of identity,
incoordinations, etc.
MIND - SCHIZOPHRENIA - hebephrenia : A form of schizofrenia, usually beginning in adolescence,
characterized by silly or childish behavior, incoherent thinking and delusions.
MIND - SELF-CONSCIOUS : Awkward and embarassed in the presence of others, feels as if people
are taking notice of him or her.
MIND - SENSUAL : Looking for bodily satisfaction of appetite or sexual desire
MIND - SLANDER, disposition to : To say untrue bad things about someone to damage his/her
reputation in the presence of another person.
MIND - SPINELESS : Lacking strength of character.
MIND - SPOONERISMS : The unintentional transposition of sounds or of parts of words in speaking,
as in "half-warmed fish" for "half-formed wish"
MIND - SQUANDERING : To spend wastefully, extravagantly, foolishly.
MIND - STEREOTYPIC MOVEMENTS : Abnormal repetition or maintenance of an action, a position or
posture, as seen in schizophrenia.
MIND - STRANGE - crank : An eccentric person, especially one who is unduly zealous
MIND - SUCKING - into the mouth; sucking objects : Sucking a sweater, a towel, etc.
MIND - SUICIDAL disposition - blood; at the sight of - abhors the idea; though she : Original text:
"At the sight of blood she has horrid ideas of killing herself, though she abhors the idea."
MIND - SUPERSTITIOUS : a belief or practice resulting from ignorance of what is generally
considered as true or rational, fear of the unknown, trust in magic or chance.
MIND - SUSCEPTIBLE : Easily influenced.
MIND - TACITURN : Disinclined to talk.
MIND - TACITURN - superficial matters; aversion to talk about : The remedy "positr nl2" was
moved here from the rubric "MIND - TACITURN - small talk; aversion to" which was deleted.
MIND - TAPHEPHOBIA : Fear of being buried alive.
MIND - TEMERITY : Reckless.
MIND - TIMIDITY : Not at ease with other people and shrinking from attention
MIND - TIMIDITY - bashful : Timidity implying awkward behaviour
MIND - TOURETTE'S syndrome : Neurological disorder occuring mostly in boys, beginning at the age
of 7 or 8. Symptoms are involuntary muscular movements; inarticulate laryngeal noises,
exclaiming loud obscene words or short phrases (coprolalia), repeating of words (echolalia) and
movements (echomimesia). Tics that may be very violent, stop during sleep and are intensified
by emotions. It has been reported that in some cases they may be suppressed by voluntary
control. Coprolalia manifests only in presence of other people; it may, by some patients, be

masked by coughing.
MIND - TRIBADISM : Homosexuality between women; lesbianism
MIND - UNCONSCIOUSNESS - frequent spells of unconsciousness : Mild form of epilepsy
characterized by attacks of momentary unconsciousness, possibly with other sensations such as
vertigo, but without convulsions (as opposed to grand mal)
MIND - UNOBSERVING [= nonconformism] : According to different homeopaths "unobserving" means
either nonconformism or inattentive. In the Materia Medica the word unobserving can only be
found in the meaning of inattentive. Because some homeopaths insist on the meaning of
nonconformism, two rubrics have been made available for further completion of Synthesis. This
rubric contains the original remedies as indicated by Kent. If any additions are made to this
rubric, these should reflect "non-conformism" from now onwards. For the time being this rubric
may not be helpful when taken in the latter sense.
MIND - VIVACIOUS : Full of life and animation
MIND - WEEPING - delirium : The remedy "stram k" was moved to "MIND - WEEPING - delirium during".
MIND - WEEPING - nursing a child; while : The remedy "lac-c" was moved to "MIND - WEEPING children; in - nursing; when"(see author note HR1)
MIND - WEEPING - spasmodic : The addition of "mag-p k" is correct because in Knzli on page 75 we
find the remedy under "Mind - weeping - convulsive".
MIND - ZEALOUS : Enthusiastic devotion to a cause

Vertigo
VERTIGO : The chapter vertigo contains all symptoms which are related to the sensation of whirling
of oneself or whirling of the surroundings around oneself. One may or may not loose balance. The
sensation of vertigo can be felt locally, in the head, or more general. In other words, here vertigo
is used in the broad sense of the word.
VERTIGO - ELEVATED, as if : In English "as if elevated" can mean either "state of elevation" or
"motion of elevation". Read the author notes attached to the remedies for clarification.
VERTIGO - EPILEPTIC : A short epileptic fit, without almost no symptoms except some vertigo.
VERTIGO - LYING - side; on - right - amel. : Original location in Kent: "2Turning - on - on right side
amel."
VERTIGO - REFLECTING - agg. - walking in open air agg. : The original Kent rubric is "VERTIGO MEDITATING, on - walking in open air agg.". We believe that in the period Kent was alive,
"meditating" was used in the sense of "reflecting" and not in the sense "meditation" is used today.
VERTIGO - REFLECTING - amel. : The original Kent rubric is "VERTIGO - MEDITATING, on - amel." We
believe that in the period Kent was alive, "meditating" was used in the sense of "reflecting" and
not in the sense "meditation" is used today.
VERTIGO - REFLECTING - amel. - thinking of something else amel. : The original Kent rubric is
"VERTIGO - MEDITATING, on - thinking of something else amel." We believe that in the period
Kent was alive, "meditating" was used in the sense of "reflecting" and not in the sense
"meditation" is used today.
VERTIGO - SINCIPUT : The upper part of the skull or head, especially the forehead
VERTIGO - TURNING; as if - he turns in a circle : He is the main centre of the turning sensation,
not so much the surroundings as opposed to the symptom :"everything were turning in a circle; as
if"
VERTIGO - YAWNING agg. : The remedies "agar" and "petr" were moved to "SLEEP - YAWNING vertigo; with". The author notes added to these remedies explain why.

Head
HEAD - APOPLEXY : A condition of severe hemorrhage in any organ. Formerly especially used to
indicate cerebral accident or stroke.
HEAD - BOILING sensation - Vertex - left : The original Kent symptom for the remedy lach. is:
"seething in left side of vertex".

HEAD - CEREBRAL HEMORRHAGE : "Head - cerebral hemorrhage": colch. in some editions of Kent
was replaced by cocc. 3 (Dr. Jost Knzli, Switzerland; Dr. Jacques Imberechts, Belgium)
HEAD - CEREBROVASCULAR ACCIDENT : This symptom applies to various events such as: - cerebral
hemorrhagia - thrombosis - embolism - ictus - apoplexy
HEAD - COMMOTION in head; sensation of a painless : The original symptom is: [h2 - Causticum]
Unruhe im ganzen Krper, vorzglich im Kopfe, wie ein schmerzloses Whlen, etliche Tage, zu
verschiedenen Zeiten. [h2 - Causticum] - Restlessness throughout the body, especially in the
head, like a painless digging, for several days, at various times. This word "Whlen" is not related
to commotion, shock, jerk etc. If you have a box full of things and you take your hands and dig in
this pile, this is "whlen". A kind of stirring around, more a sensation of a motion. E.g. you had a
lot of cabbage to eat and your intestines are full of wind, then you also might feel this sensation.
conclusion: not related to commotion.
HEAD - CONSTRICTION : The remedies of the symptom (HEAD - CONSTRICTION - alternating with
relaxation) were moved to (HEAD - CONTRACTION - Brain - alternating with - relaxation of brain)
HEAD - DOMED FOREHEAD : In the shape of a dome
HEAD - ENLARGED sensation - Vertex - upward; vertex seems extended : - "ENLARGED sensation Vertex - upward; vertex seems extended - split open by a wedge from the outside; and - cold,
skin moist and sticky; body icy - warm, even under a feather bed; cannot get - face yellow,
whines with the pain - head burning like fire, with thirst": this symptom has been split into
meaningful bits.
HEAD - ERUPTIONS - favus : Very contagious chronic cutaneous affection, appearing on the hairy
parts of the skin, mainly the scalp, caused by the fungus Trichophyton schonleini. Starts with
itching and red spots, later yellow crusts are formed. The roots of the hair can be destroyed
which results in baldness.
HEAD - ERUPTIONS - scales - fine : In the MM text of "par a1" we find "fine scurf" instead of "fine
scales". We leave the remedy here for now because in the dictionary we find: scurf = little, dry
scales shed by the skin.
HEAD - ERUPTIONS - tetters : Please pay attention: This rubric from B2 has an UNCLEAR /
AMBIGUOUS MEANING. It has been incorporated into Synthesis nevertheless for the following two
reasons: a) to achieve completeness, i.e. in order to incorporate the original source in its
entirety. - The historical reason. b) to make both the symptom and remedies attached to it
available for any kind of future research. - The scientific reason. The original German word is
"Flechten", a term for a pretty unspecific skin disease, that should not be translated as "herpes"
which would imply that our modern medical term is applicable. In most cases these are itching
eruptions. [Peter Vint, Germany]
HEAD - JERKING of the head - headshaker - strangles; after : A young horses disease caused by a
bacterial infection. There is inflammation of the mucous membrane of the respiratory tract and
the formation of abscesses in the adjacent pharyngeal lymph glands.
HEAD - LARGE SIZE : The remedies "caj" and "cor-r" were moved to "HEAD - ENLARGED sensation"
HEAD - MIGRAINE : We do not add "migraine" or "subrubrics of migraine" in Synthesis because the
difference with "headache" is too arbitrary. All subrubrics of "migraine" are added under "HEAD PAIN".
HEAD - PAIN - morning - comes and goes with the sun : Pain appears when the sun appears, and
stays more or less at this level until the sun disappears
HEAD - PAIN - morning - increasing - noon, or a little later; until - decreases gradually; then :
Pain increases until noon and decreases without relation to the sunlight (same periodicity in
winter and in summer)
HEAD - PAIN - morning - sun; increasing and decreasing with the : Pain increases in intensity as
the sun shines more strongly; then the pain subsides as the sun decreases as well
HEAD - PAIN - night - midnight - after - 1 h : "Head - pain - night - midnight - after - 1 h": pall. is
erroneously mentioned here, and should be mentioned under "pain - afternoon - 13 h". See HR1.
(Dr. Klaus-Henning Gypser, Germany)
HEAD - PAIN - night - midnight - after - 1 h - 1-10 h : "Head - pain - night - midnight - after - 1 h 1-10h": elaps should be moved to the rubric "... - 1 h - 1-11 h". See A1. (Dr. Klaus-Henning Gypser,
Germany)

HEAD - PAIN - accompanied by - Eye - contraction of eyelids : The remedy "sulph h2" was moved
here from the rubric "EYE - CONTRACTED eyes with headache" which was deleted.
HEAD - PAIN - aching - Brain : Original symptom: HEAD - PAIN - Brain, aching deep in. This symptom
contained many subrubrics which in fact were subrubrics of "Head - Pain - Brain". This is where
those subrubrics are now.
HEAD - PAIN - drawing pain - accompanied by - nausea : The original Kent symptom is "HEAD PAIN - drawing - nausea, during".
HEAD - PAIN - pressure - head against something hard amel.; pressing : The remedy "sang k" was
moved to "HEAD - PAIN - pressing back of head - amel." The author k was replaced by hr1 because
in Kent we do not find this symptom.
HEAD - PAIN - school children : We made a difference between "school children" and "students"
because of the age difference.
HEAD - PAIN - snow - reflection of snow : [ygj1] headache as a result of conjunctival irritation
caused by the reflection of bright sunlight from snow. Other symptoms include photophobia,
blepharospasm, and burning pain in the eyes.
HEAD - PAIN - students : We made a difference between "school children" and "students" because of
the age difference.
HEAD - PAIN - waking - on - sleep - amel. - boring pain : The original Kent symptom is "HEAD PAIN - boring - waking; on - amel. by sleep when sufficient".
HEAD - PAIN - yawning - agg. : Here yawning aggravates the headache. If yawning is a
concommitant of headache see "SLEEP - YAWNING - headache - with".
HEAD - PAIN - Forehead - reflecting agg. - stitching pain : The original Kent rubric is "HEAD - PAIN
- stitching - Forehead - meditation, on". We believe that in the period Kent was alive,
"meditating" was used in the sense of "reflecting" and not in the sense "meditation" is used today.
HEAD - PAIN - Forehead - thinking of the pain agg. - pressing pain : The original Kent rubric "HEAD
- PAIN - pressing - Forehead - thinking - of it" is not correct. "Thinking" aggravates the pressing
pain in Forehead, not "thinking about the headache". (see hr1 author note)
HEAD - PAIN - Forehead - Eyes - Between - pressing pain : The remedy "caust h2" was moved here
from the rubric "EYE - PAIN - pressing, pressure, etc. - Between" that was deleted.
HEAD - PAIN - Occiput - extending to - Forehead - nail; as from a : The original Kent symptom is
"HEAD - PAIN - nail, as from a - Forehead - extending from occiput to forehead".
HEAD - PAIN - Temples - pressing pain - finger; as from a : The original Kent symptom is "HEAD PAIN - pressing - Temples - digital".
HEAD - PAIN - Temples - reflecting agg. - pressing pain : The original Kent rubric is "HEAD - PAIN pressing - Temples - meditating, while". We believe that in the period Kent was alive,
"meditating" was used in the sense of "reflecting" and not in the sense "meditation" is used today.
HEAD - PAIN - Temples - extending to - Forehead - drawing pain : The original Kent symptom is
"Forehead, across".
HEAD - PAIN - Temples - extending to - Forehead - pressing pain : The original Kent symptom is
"Forehead, across".
HEAD - PAIN - Vertex - reflecting agg. : The original Kent rubric is "HEAD - PAIN - Vertex meditating, while". We believe that in the period Kent was alive, "meditating" was used in the
sense of "reflecting" and not in the sense "meditation" is used today.
HEAD - PAIN - Vertex - stitching pain - outward : Originally there were two Kent rubrics: HEAD PAIN - stitching - Vertex - extending to - outward (staph k) HEAD - PAIN - stitching - Vertex extending to - within outward (spig k) When we check the Materia Medica we see that both in
"staph" and in "spig" the meaning is "from within outward". Therefore we merged both rubrics.
HEAD - PULSATING - Brain - In brain - one side of brain - transient pulsating : The original Kent
symptom is: Head - pulsating, in brain - transient, in one-half of
HEAD - STOMACH, as if rising from : Based on the Materia Medica text we moved the remedies to
the 2 symptoms: STOMACH - HEAT - extending to - head STOMACH - PAIN - extending to - head
HEAD - TREMBLING : This rubric includes the sensation of trembling (Kent)
HEAD - TUMORS - Scalp; on - encysted : enclosed in a sac, bladder or cyst
HEAD - TWITCHING : This rubric includes twitching of the muscles of the head as well (Kent)
HEAD - HAIR - baldness : Alopecia capitis totalis: Loss of all of the scalp hair. Alopecia means

baldness and capitis refers to the head. Alopecia capitis totalis is thus total baldness of the scalp
with normal hair elsewhere on the body.
HEAD - HAIR - baldness - patches : Alopecia areata is patchy baldness (alopecia means baldness
and areata means occurring in patches) which typically begins with patchy hair loss on the scalp
and sometimes progresses to complete baldness and even loss of body hair.
HEAD - HAIR - bristling : The hair becomes stiff and erect like bristles.
HEAD - HAIR - cutting hair; complaints of head after : The original symptom "HEAD - HAIR - cutting
hair - ailments after" was modified to stress the fact that the ailments are in the head. The
remedies "glon, kali-i, psor, sep" were moved to "GENERALS - HAIR - cutting - agg." The other
subrubrics of "HEAD - HAIR - cutting hair" were moved to chapter Mind because they are mental
symptoms.
HEAD - HAIR - gray; becoming : If hair gets gray at a young age.(Marc Br)
HEAD - HAIR - tangles easily : Tangled hair means knots

Eye
EYE : Reviewed with the kind help of Edward C. Kondrot, M.D., homeopathic ophthalmology; USA
EYE - ABRASION : Wearing away by rubbing or scraping.
EYE - ADHESIONS - Cornea - Argyrol treatment; after : Trademark for silver protein.
EYE - AGGLUTINATED - accompanied by - pneumonia : The original rubric was "EYE - STICKY lids accompanied by - pneumonia".
EYE - AMBLYOPIA : Reduced visual acuity without structural abnormality of the eye or visual
pathway. May be found in case of 1. a difference in optical correction between the eyes; 2. an
ocular alignment problem; 3. physical blockage of vision, such as congenital catarract. Often
present since birth. The patient does not experience subjective findings.
EYE - ANEMIA of - Retina : Pierre Salan informed us that the remedy "chin" must be replaced by
"chinin-s". Therefore the "k" reference was deleted at "chin".
EYE - ASTHENOPIA : Fatigue of the eyes, without pathology, due to overuse of the eyes which has
caused muscular fatigue, or to straining from weak accomodation, refractive errors, etc. This
symptom complex may or may not include visual symptoms.
EYE - ASTHENOPIA - accommodative : Accomodative disorders in a person with asthenopia
EYE - ASTHENOPIA - muscular : Asthenopia due to muscular fatigue.
EYE - ASTHENOPIA - myopic : Myopic person who has symptoms of asthenopia
EYE - ASTIGMATISM : A condition in which the cornea of the eye is asymmetrically curved, causing
an error in the refraction of light within the eye resulting in blurred vision at all distances. Only
part of what you are looking at is in clear focus at any one time. The word "astigmatism" comes
from the Greek "a-" (without) + "stigma" (point) = "without a point" referring to there being no
point of convergence for the light rays on the retina.
EYE - BLEEDING from eyes - Retinal hemorrhage : Bleeding from the eyes is an external condition.
EYE - CATARACT - hemiopia; with vertical : The original rubric "Eye -cataract - perpendicular
high-sight" was modified as the more modern "... - hemiopia, with vertical"
EYE - CATARACT - soft : There is a type of cataract which has a "soft nature". It is in contrast to
the hard brunescent cataract. (Edward C. Kondrot, U.S.A.)
EYE - CATARRH : Catarrh: inflammation of a mucous membrane causing an increased flow of mucus
EYE - CATARRH - chronic : Catarrh: inflammation of a mucous membrane causing an increased flow
of mucus
EYE - CHEMOSIS : Chemosis is edema of the ocular conjuctiva.
EYE - CONDYLOMATA : Even though Kent uses "EYE - CONDYLOMATA" we refer to "EYE - WARTS"
because the term "condylomata" is mostly used close to anus and genitals.
EYE - CONTRACTION - Lids; of : CHK the real meaning is drawn shut, closing! [Peter Vint, Germany]
EYE - DEGENERATION - Retina - old people; in : Original rubric: "senile"
EYE - DISCOLORATION - blue - Sclera or conjunctiva : It is very difficult to distinguish blue
conjunctiva from blue sclera. Under the microscope the conjuctiva will move while the sclera is
fixed. For the the benefit of the average non ophthalmic homeopath we should include both in
one rubric (Dr. Ed Kondrot, ophthalmologist, USA).

EYE - DRAWN TOGETHER; eyes are : The original Kent rubric "EYE - PAIN - drawing - together" is
not clear. All remedies were checked in EH and moved to one of the following rubrics: "EYE DRAWN TOGETHER; eyes are" (no pain mentioned) "EYE - DRAWN TOGETHER; eyes are - pain;
from" (it is not pain in the eyes but in other parts of the body "EYE - DRAWN TOGETHER; eyes are
- sensation as if eyes were drawn together" (eyes feel drawn together)
EYE - DRAWN TOGETHER; eyes are - pain; from : The original Kent rubric "EYE - PAIN - drawing together" is not clear. All remedies were checked in EH and moved to one of the following
rubrics: "EYE - DRAWN TOGETHER; eyes are" (no pain mentioned) "EYE - DRAWN TOGETHER; eyes
are - pain; from" (it is not pain in the eyes but in other parts of the body "EYE - DRAWN
TOGETHER; eyes are - sensation as if eyes were drawn together" (eyes feel drawn together)
EYE - ERUPTIONS - Lids - tetters : Please pay attention: This rubric from B2 has an UNCLEAR /
AMBIGUOUS MEANING. It has been incorporated into Synthesis nevertheless for the following two
reasons: a) to achieve completeness, i.e. in order to incorporate the original source in its
entirety. - The historical reason. b) to make both the symptom and remedies attached to it
available for any kind of future research. - The scientific reason. The original German word is
"Flechten", a term for a pretty unspecific skin disease, that should not be translated as "herpes"
which would imply that our modern medical term is applicable. In most cases these are itching
eruptions. [Peter Vint, Germany]
EYE - EYE GUM : Eye gum is always sticky. That is why we made a referring rubric from "EYE - EYE
GUM - sticky" to "EYE - EYE GUM".
EYE - FALLING - Lids; of : We did not merge this rubric with "EYE - PARALYSIS - Lids; of" because we
feel "falling of lids" is a temporary condition while "paralysis of lids" is a more permanent state.
EYE - HEAT : The heat of fever
EYE - HIPPUS : Tremor of iris, producing rapid spasmodic alteration of the size of the pupil.
EYE - INFLAMMATION - croupous : An exudate on the surface of the conjunctiva hardens as a
membrane.
EYE - INFLAMMATION - panophthalmitis : A specific inflammation involving three areas of the eye:
sclera, choroid and iris.
EYE - INFLAMMATION - scrofulous - children disposed to scald-head and with inflammation of
external ear; in : Scald-head refers to any crusted or scurfy disease of the scalp, such as favus.
EYE - INFLAMMATION - Conjunctiva - pustular : This rubric includes pustular inflammation of the
cornea (Kent)
EYE - INFLAMMATION - Episclera and sclera : Episcleritis usually occurs together with scleritis.
EYE - INFLAMMATION - Retina - albuminuria : Retina inflammation with albuminuria.
EYE - INFLAMMATION - Retina - commotio retinae : Refers to swelling of the inner layers of the
retina after blunt trauma to the eye. It can occur with a fall if blunt forces are transferred to the
eye.
EYE - INFLAMMATION - Retina - hemorrhagic : An internal condition found when there is
hemorrhage into the retinal layer of the eye
EYE - INFLAMMATION - Retina - punctata albescens : Small white glistening dots and striae, closely
packed together, usually located near the central part of the retina.
EYE - INFLAMMATION - Retrobulbar : Swelling of the optic nerve between the optic chiasm and the
optic disc.
EYE - INFLAMMATION - Tenon's capsule : Fibrous sheath envelopping the eyeball and eye muscles,
connecting them to the orbit.
EYE - INFLAMMATION - Trachoma : A contagious infection of the conjunctiva and cornea, caused by
Chlamydia trachomatis. It produces a purulent follicular conjuctivitis followed by a granular type
of conjunctivitis.
EYE - MOVEMENT - constant : The remedy "arg-n br1" was moved here from "EYE - FIXED LOOK unable to keep eyes fixed steadily" which was deleted.
EYE - MOVEMENT - rolling : Gross movement of the eyeball in any direction.
EYE - MOVEMENT - rotary motion of the eyeball : Fire rotation of the eyeball, either clockwise or
counterclockwise.
EYE - NARROWING of intervals between lids : CHK In b4 and b7 you find: "Augenbeschwerden Empfindungen; nach den - Augenlidern; an den - Verengung der Augenspalte". [Peter Vint,

Germany]
EYE - NYSTAGMUS : Rapid involuntary movement of the eye, which can be lateral, vertical, rotary
or mixed
EYE - PAIN - drawing pain - backward : Original rubric: Pain drawing backward, the eyeball.
EYE - PAIN - reading - agg. : The symptom in Kent "Eye - pain - evening - 8 p.m.- on reading and
writing"with "nat-ar." was deleted. The modality "reading and writing" is not especially present in
the evening, and surely not precisely at 20 h. The remedy was moved to "Eye - pain - reading" and
"Eye - pain - writing" : (A1)
EYE - PAIN - writing agg. : The symptom in Kent "Eye - pain - evening - 8 p.m.- on reading and
writing"with "nat-ar." was deleted. The modality "reading and writing" is not especially present in
the evening, and surely not precisely at 20 h. The remedy was moved to "Eye - pain - reading" and
"Eye - pain - writing" : (A1)
EYE - PARALYSIS - Extrinsic ocular muscles : The muscles controlling the functions of opening and
closing the eyelids.
EYE - PROTRUSION : Eye protrusion is a more generic term which can be a finding in thyroid eye
disease, inflammation, tumors or infection. It often is only found in one eye.
EYE - PROTRUSION - exophthalmos : Exophthalmos usually occurs in both eyes and is a condition
which may or may not be related to abnormalities of the thyroid.
EYE - PTERYGIUM : Patch of thickened conjunctiva, spreading over the cornea, usually from the
inner canthus to the pupil
EYE - RUBBING the eyes : The patient is rubbing the eyes
EYE - SPASMS - Ciliary muscles : The ciliary muscle is located inside the eye and is related to the
process of accomodation.
EYE - STRABISMUS - upward : One eye is looking upward more than the other.
EYE - TIRED EXPRESSION : We did not make a referring rubric from"EYE - TIRED EXPRESSION" to
"FACE - EXPRESSION - tired" because we believe there can be a tired expression in the eyes
without the whole face having a tired expression.
EYE - TRICHIASIS : Ingrowing eyelashes
EYE - TUMORS - Lids - tarsal tumors : Tumor of the connective tissue which gives shape to the
eyelid
EYE - TWILIGHT; in the : Subdued light, just after sunset or, less common, just before sunrise
EYE - WEAK : Sensation of muscular weakness or fatigue at the eyes.
EYE - XEROPHTHALMIA : A form of conjunctivitis characterized by a dry and lusterless condition of
the eyeball and caused by a deficiency of vitamin A.

Vision
VISION : Reviewed with the kind help of Edward C. Kondrot, M.D., homeopathic ophthalmology; USA
VISION - BLURRED : Indistinct vision.
VISION - CIRCLES : We kept "VISION - CIRCLES" and "VISION - RINGS" as two separate rubrics because
a "ring" is only the circular line, while a "circle" can also be the whole plane figure bounded by
this circular line.
VISION - COLORS before the eyes - stripes; colored : "3striped" has been changed to "stripes;
colored" because of German "farbige Streifen". [Peter Vint, Germany]
VISION - CROOKED - objects appear : The original symptom "Eye - crooked - objects seem" has been
deleted and moved here to the more appropriate chapter Vision.
VISION - DIM : Experiencing a lack of illumination. Less light is going into the eye, such as in
cataract.
VISION - FEATHERY : CHK More in the sense of "sees feathers in front of the eyes". [Peter Vint,
Germany]
VISION - HEMERALOPIA : Day blindness. From the Greek words "hemera = day" and "alaos = blind".
Be careful however, in all French (and probably in some other european non-english) dictionaries,
this symptom means the opposite "defect of vision characterized by reduced visual capacity in
faint light". Also some classical authors use "hemeralopia" to denote "night blindness". Others use
"hemeralopia" for both day and night blindness. [c1 - Ranunculus bulbosus] - The word

"hemeralopia" has been used to denote both day-blindness and night-blindness. The following
explanation was sent to us by Edward Kondrot USA Homeopathic Ophthalmologist : Hemeralopia
means defective vision in "Daylight". Anatomically, defective vision in daylight - better at night implies a problem with the cones of the retina. The cones which are located in the macula of the
retina are responsible for central color vision which is better in the daylight. The rods are
located in the periphery of the retina and they are responsible for peripheral night vision. Hence
it is common to have better vision (central) in daylight and worse vision at night. The correct
reference for hemeralopia is Vision, Dim, daylight not vision, dim, evening.
VISION - NYCTALOPIA : Night blindness. Derived from the Greek words "nyctos = night" and "alaos =
blind". Be careful because in all French (and probably in some other european non-english)
dictionaries, this symptom is explained as "day blindness" and "hemeralopia" as "night blindness".
VISION - RINGS : We kept "VISION - CIRCLES" and "VISION - RINGS" as two separate rubrics because a
"ring" is only the circular line, while a "circle" can also be the whole plane figure bounded by this
circular line.
VISION - SWIMMING of - objects : The remedies "anag k, lyss k" were moved here from "VISION MOVING - objects seem to be moving - float; to".In Kent we find these remedies under : "VISION moving - objects seem to be - to and fro, towards noon - to float". The remedy "nux-m k" was
moved here from "VISION - MOVING - objects seem to be moving - floating". In Kent we find this
remedy under: "VISION - moving - objects seem to be - floating".
VISION - WEAK : Reduced visual acuity because of a pathology of the central nervous system.

Ear
EAR - DISTANCE between right ear and right shoulder; as if more : The remedy "agath-a" was
moved here from the symptom "EAR - PAIN - sensation, gap between right ear and shoulder is
longer" which was deleted because it is not a pain. (see author note)
EAR - ERUPTIONS - tetters : Please pay attention: This rubric from B2 has an UNCLEAR /
AMBIGUOUS MEANING. It has been incorporated into Synthesis nevertheless for the following two
reasons: a) to achieve completeness, i.e. in order to incorporate the original source in its
entirety. - The historical reason. b) to make both the symptom and remedies attached to it
available for any kind of future research. - The scientific reason. The original German word is
"Flechten", a term for a pretty unspecific skin disease, that should not be translated as "herpes"
which would imply that our modern medical term is applicable. In most cases these are itching
eruptions. [Peter Vint, Germany]
EAR - ERUPTIONS - About the ears - extending to : The original text in Kent is "spread to scalp". In
Synthesis we use "extending to".
EAR - HEAT - cold - body; with coldness of - lying agg. : "Ear - heat - coldness of body duringlying, while". This strange repertorial interpretation of the following symptom in Hahnemann MM:
"Towards evening he feels very uncomfortable in the body, like fever, and when he lies down his
head becomes hot, especially the ears, but the knees are cold" (ars.). The remedy "ars" was
moved to the following rubrics: "Fever - evening"; "Head - heat - lying down"; "Ear - heat - lying
down" and "Extremities - coldness - knees - hot - body, with".
EAR - HEMATOMA : A purplish, rounded, hard swelling of the auricle, due to an effusion of blood
between the cartilage and perichondrium: it may be the result of trauma or occur spontaneously
in the insane; hematoma auris, the insane ear.
EAR - PAIN - Lobes - Behind the ear - drawing pain : The original Kent symptom is "EAR - PAIN drawing - lobule - under".
EAR - ROUGH epidermis - Meatus : The original Kent symptom is: EARS - ROUGH epidermis in ears.
EAR - TUMORS - Lobes - Below : The original Kent symptom is "EAR - Tumors, cystic -lobe - under".
EAR - VESTIBULAR SYNDROME : Like a stroke, but it's none. It's a vascular problem in the vestibular
apparatus (Dr. Marc Br, Switzerland)

Hearing
HEARING - AUTOPHONY : Increased resonance of one's own voice

HEARING - IMPAIRED - changing the linen agg. : The symptom "HEARING - IMPAIRED - change of
clothing" was modified to "HEARING - IMPAIRED - changing the linen agg." Because in the MM we
find: [hr1 - Silicea terra - Hearing and ears] -

Nose
NOSE - ADENOIDS : Lymphoid tissue in the rhinopharynx
NOSE - CATARRH : Catarrh: inflammation of a mucous membrane, esp. of the nose or throat,
causing an increased flow of mucus
NOSE - CERE : This is the fleshy part of a bird's nose
NOSE - CONGESTION : The remedies of level 3 "Nose; to" were moved here because "NOSE CONGESTION" and "NOSE - CONGESTION - Nose; to" have the same meaning.
NOSE - CORYZA - odors - roses agg. of : "Nose - coryza- rose cold" this peculiar expression has been
modified into "coryza - roses; from the odor of" (Peter Vint, Germany)
NOSE - DYSPNEA in nose : The remedies of "RESPIRATION - DIFFICULT - nose, felt in" were moved
here.
NOSE - EPISTAXIS - blood - clotted, coagulated - liver; looking like : The original bg symptom
"livery" was changed to "liver; looking like" because it was not clear enough.
NOSE - HAY FEVER : "Hay fever" is spelled in two words in Webster's dicionary and Dorland's medical
dictionary. "Hayfever" spelled in one word is frequently found in the Materia Medica. Therefore
we decided to use "hay fever" in Synthesis and add "hayfever" as a synonym, in order to have both
spellings accessible in a search.
NOSE - INFLAMMATION : Rhinitis: inflammation of the nasal mucous membrane.
NOSE - ODORS; imaginary and real - animals - back part of nose; in : The remedy "con" was moved
to "NOSE - ODORS; imaginary and real - tar - back part of nose; in" [h2 - Conium maculatum] Eine
Art Theer-Geruch hinten in der Nase, den er auch zu schmecken whnt. Wrongly translated by
Allen as "a kind of animal smell" Correct translation: "a smell like tar back in the nose that he
imagines to taste as well.
NOSE - ODORS; imaginary and real - burning - tinder in the morning : Readily inflammable
substance, such as touchwood
NOSE - ODORS; imaginary and real - cancer; like : Kent originally used the term "cancerous".
Research in B4 proved it to be "Krebsgeruch" = "odor like cancer". To make the meaning less
ambiguous the symptom was changed to "cancer; like". [Peter Vint, Germany]
NOSE - ODORS; imaginary and real - sulphur; like : Kent originally used the term "sulfurous".
Research in B4 and B7 proved it to be "Schwefel; nach" = "like sulphur". To make the meaning less
ambiguous the symptom was changed to "sulphur; like". [Peter Vint, Germany]
NOSE - ODORS; imaginary and real - tinder : Readily inflammable substance, such as touchwood
NOSE - ODORS; imaginary and real - ulcer; like an : Kent originally used the term "ulcerous".
Research in B4 proved it to be "Geschwr; wie von einem" = "ulcer; as if from an". To make the
meaning less ambiguous the symptom was changed to "ulcer; like an". [Peter Vint, Germany]
NOSE - SMELL - acute : The expression "sensitive to the smell of xxx" has been put under "nose smell - acute - xxx", whereas the real aggravation from the smell has been put under "generals food - xxx - agg. - smell of".
NOSE - SNEEZING - accompanied by - dry nose : The original Kent symptom is "NOSE - SNEEZING dry - nose, with".
NOSE - VAPOR rising into the nose; as if : Exhalations from the stomach or throat

Face
FACE - ACRIDITY : Eine tzende Schrfe an der Oberlippe, dicht unter der Nase. Converted as
"corrosive pain".
FACE - ATROPHY - Masseter muscles; painful atrophy of : Either of a pair of large muscles in the
angle of the lower jaw, which raise the jaw in chewing, etc.
FACE - BELL'S PALSY : Sudden paralysis of the facial nerve resulting in paralyzed muscles on one
side of the face.

FACE - CANCER - lupus - exedens; lupus : True or typical tuberculous lupus


FACE - CRACKING in articulation of jaw - would crack; as if it : The translation of the original
german text ".....und als wollte es im Gelenke knacken" is "As if it would crack in the
articulation". This is a description of a noise; as if the articulation would crack and creak on
motion or when moving it. (Peter Vint)
FACE - DISCOLORATION - red - circumscribed : In B2 you will find circumcribed explained as
"circumscribed redness of cheeks". [Peter Vint, Germany]
FACE - DISCOLORATION - red - erythema : Morbid redness of the skin due to capillary congestion
The difference between erythema and urticaria has not always been clearly made in the old days.
That is why some remedies which should be present under "Erythema", may be found under
"Urticaria" even if this is considered a very different condition nowadays
FACE - DISCOLORATION - red - hot; and - air; in open - Cheeks : The original rubric is: FACE DISCOLORATION - red - air; in open - Cheeks red and hot.
FACE - ERUPTIONS - comedones : Noninflammatory lesions of acne which consist of a plug of
keratin and sebum within the dilated orifice of a hair follicle. The closed comedo is also called
whitehead. The open comedo is also called blackhead.
FACE - ERUPTIONS - crusty, scabby - Lips - brown crusts - accompanied by - blue and pale spots
of mucous membrane of mouth : - "Mucous membrane - discoloration - blue, others pale; some
places - covered with tough mucus which lies in brown crusts on lips", (ars. from k) this symptom
was split and moved to: "mouth - discoloration - blue - accompanied by - pale spots", and "face eruptions - crusty, scabby - "Lips - brown crusts - accompanied by - blue and pale spots of mucous
membrane of mouth"
FACE - ERUPTIONS - herpes : Herpes simplex: a recurrent form of herpes usually affecting the
mouth, the lips, or the face.
FACE - ERUPTIONS - herpes zoster : Viral infection of certain sensory nerves. It causes pain and an
eruption of blisters along the course of the affected nerve.
FACE - ERUPTIONS - tetters : Please pay attention: This rubric from B2 has an UNCLEAR /
AMBIGUOUS MEANING. It has been incorporated into Synthesis nevertheless for the following two
reasons: a) to achieve completeness, i.e. in order to incorporate the original source in its
entirety. - The historical reason. b) to make both the symptom and remedies attached to it
available for any kind of future research. - The scientific reason. The original German word is
"Flechten", a term for a pretty unspecific skin disease, that should not be translated as "herpes"
which would imply that our modern medical term is applicable. In most cases these are itching
eruptions. [Peter Vint, Germany]
FACE - FLUSHED : The face becomes suddenly red, as from embarrassment or anger; blushes and
glows.
FACE - HEAT - evening - 19 h - 19-20 h : "Face - heat - evening - 20 h" for ars. this symptom should
be "... - evening - 19-20 h" (Dr. Jost Knzli, Switzerland)
FACE - PAIN - Nerves - Trigeminal neuralgia : A disorder of unknown cause, characterized by
severely painful paroxysms along one or more branches of a trigeminal nerve. The trifacial or
fifth nerve
FACE - PAIN - Sinuses - Antrum of Highmore : The maxillary sinus, sinus maxillaris, a cavity in the
body of the maxilla which communicates with the middle meatus of the nose: called also "antrum
of Highmore".
FACE - PAIN - Trigeminus : The trifacial or fifth nerve
FACE - PAIN - Zygoma : Arch formed by the malar bone and the zygomatic process of the temporal
bone
FACE - SWELLING - Parotid glands - eruption, after : The symptom "Face - swelling - parotid gland
- exanthema, after" has been modified to "... - eruption, after"
FACE - TEMPOROMANDIBULAR JOINT SYNDROME : Pertaining to the temporal bone and the
mandible.
FACE - ULCERS - rodent ulcers : Carcinomatous ulcer which eats away the soft tissues and bones.
Usually seated up on the face.

Mouth
MOUTH - APHTHAE - Tongue - bleeding : Original location: 4sensitive and bleeding
MOUTH - BROAD TONGUE : Large extent from side to side (as opposed to "enlarged", where the
change of size is in all directions). The original rubric "BROAD; tongue seems too" was split into
"BROAD TONGUE" and "sensation as if". The remedies that have the actual broadness are added to
level 2.
MOUTH - CANCRUM oris : Gangrenous stomatitis, dangerous childhood disease with great
exhaustion
MOUTH - CANKER sores : A canker sore is a corrosive ulceration due to a cancer, syphilis, etc.
MOUTH - DISCOLORATION - blue - accompanied by - pale spots : The original symptom "Mucous
membrane - discoloration - blue, others pale; some places - covered with tough mucus which lies
in brown crusts on lips", (ars. from k) was split and moved to: "mouth - discoloration - blue accompanied by - pale spots", and "face - eruptions - crusty, scabby - Lips - brown crusts accompanied by - blue and pale spots of mucous membrane of mouth"
MOUTH - DISCOLORATION - Tongue : Updated with the kind help of Prof. Dr. Prakash Vakil,
Bombay, India
MOUTH - DISCOLORATION - Tongue - black - accompanied by - scarlet fever : The referring rubric
to the chapter Skin was moved here from level 6 "scarlatina" which was deleted. We deleted
"scarlatina" because "scarlet fever" and "scarlatina" are synonymous. In Webster's we find :
Scarlatina: Nontechnical term for a mild form of scarlet fever.
MOUTH - DISCOLORATION - Tongue - white - Centre - dark brown : "Mouth - discoloration Tongue - white - centre - dark brown" and the two following rubrics are positioned in a misleading
way. From the MM it can be learned that not only the center of the tongue is white for these
remedies, but the whole tongue and that "dark brown" is the one thing which applies to the
centre of the tongue. All these subrubrics have therefore been moved to a more clearly
structured symptom, such as "DISCOLORATION - Tongue - white - accompanied by - centre brown - dark", etc.. To avoid confusion for those who know the rubrics, the old symptoms have
been maintained as referring rubrics.
MOUTH - DRYNESS : "Mouth - dryness": replace nat-ac.3 by nat-c.3: see MM PTK2 and C1 (Henk van
Munster, Netherlands)
MOUTH - ENLARGED - Tongue : Expresses a long standing state of the tongue, as opposed to
"swelling" which is a more acute, transitory event.
MOUTH - EPULIS : Fibroid of gingiva
MOUTH - HARD - Tongue - Edges - accompanied by - cracked tongue - Edges : The original text is
in vk1 on page 23 : ... cracked edges with painful hard margins.
MOUTH - LEUKOPLAKIA : White, thickened patches on gums, tongue or inner side of cheeks, with a
tendency to fissure and malignancy
MOUTH - ODOR - cress; like : Cress is a plant of the crucifer family, as watercress. The pungent
leaves are used in salads.
MOUTH - PAIN - Gums - cold - agg. - sore : The original Kent symptom "MOUTH - PAIN - sore - Gums
- cold - and warmth agg." was split into "MOUTH - PAIN - sore - Gums - cold - agg." and "MOUTH PAIN - sore - Gums - warmth - agg.".
MOUTH - PAIN - Gums - warmth agg. - sore : The original Kent symptom "MOUTH - PAIN - sore Gums - cold - and warmth agg." was split into "MOUTH - PAIN - sore - Gums - cold - agg." and
"MOUTH - PAIN - sore - Gums - warmth - agg.".
MOUTH - PAPILLAE of tongue - erect - strawberry tongue : Tongue red as a strawberry because of
elevated papillae (K2)
MOUTH - PLUMMER-VINSON syndrome : A syndrome usually found in women in the middle-age.
Hypochromic anemia, characterized by cracks at the corners of the mouth. The tongue is painful
with atrophy of the filiform and later the fungiform papillae. Dysphagia due to esophageal
stenosis.
MOUTH - PYORRHEA ALVEOLARIS : Chronic periodontitis of the gums and tooth sockets,
characterized by the formation of pus and, usually, by loosening of the teeth.

MOUTH - RANULA : Cystic tumor beneath the tongue due to obstruction of a gland
MOUTH - SALIVA - suppressed - dentition; during : Original text: "In teething children".
MOUTH - STOMATITIS, ulcerative - gangrenous : Gangrenous stomatitis, dangerous childhood
disease with great exhaustion
MOUTH - SWELLING - Gums - left - extending to - right : "Mouth - swelling - Gums - bluish-red,
spongy, between lower incisors - beginning on left side and extending to the right - bleeding
frequently" this symptom for nat-m. comes from hr1 (A bluish red swelling of a spongy nature on
gums between lower incisors, commencing on left side, extending to right, bled often, blood had
a saltish taste). It was deleted as such and has been transcribed as follows: "swelling - Gums bluish-red - spongy swelling"; "swelling - Gums - between the lower incisors"; "swelling - Gums left - to right" and "taste - saltish - blood tastes salty".
MOUTH - SWELLING - Gums - bluish red : "Mouth - swelling - Gums - bluish-red, spongy, between
lower incisors - beginning on left side and extending to the right - bleeding frequently ecchymosis": this chaotic symptom of con. corresponds to the following MM symptoms: "Swollen,
bluish-red gums, as if suffused with blood. (h)"; "Gums swollen, ecchymosed and bleeding. (c1)".
The original symptom therefore has been removed and con. has been placed in: "swelling - Gums
- bluish-red". It was already present in "discoloration - Gums - bluish-red" and in "bleeding Gums".
MOUTH - SWELLING - Gums - bluish red - spongy swelling : "Mouth - swelling - Gums - bluish-red,
spongy, between lower incisors - beginning on left side and extending to the right - bleeding
frequently" this symptom for nat-m. comes from hr1 (A bluish red swelling of a spongy nature on
gums between lower incisors, commencing on left side, extending to right, bled often, blood had
a saltish taste). It was deleted as such and has been transcribed as follows: "swelling - Gums bluish-red - spongy swelling"; "swelling - Gums - between the lower incisors"; "swelling - Gums left - to right" and "taste - saltish - blood tastes salty".
MOUTH - SWELLING - Gums - Between the lower incisors : "Mouth - swelling - Gums - bluish-red,
spongy, between lower incisors - beginning on left side and extending to the right - bleeding
frequently" this symptom for nat-m. comes from hr1 (A bluish red swelling of a spongy nature on
gums between lower incisors, commencing on left side, extending to right, bled often, blood had
a saltish taste). It was deleted as such and has been transcribed as follows: "swelling - Gums bluish-red - spongy swelling"; "swelling - Gums - between the lower incisors"; "swelling - Gums left - to right" and "taste - saltish - blood tastes salty".
MOUTH - SWELLING - Tongue : Expresses a a more acute, transitory event as opposed to "enlarged"
which is a long standing state of the tongue.
MOUTH - TASTE - cubebs; of : Cubeb or cubebs, the dried unripe, but fully grown fruit of Piper
cubeba, a climbing plant of the East Indies.
MOUTH - TASTE - purulent : "Mouth - taste - purulent" delete merc. and nat-c. and add them to
"taste purulent - throat, in" (See H) ((Dr. Jost Knzli, Switzerland)
MOUTH - TASTE - purulent - Throat, in : "Mouth - taste - purulent" delete merc. and nat-c. and add
them to "taste purulent - throat, in" (See H) ((Dr. Jost Knzli, Switzerland)"Mouth - taste purulent" delete merc. and nat-c. and add them to "taste purulent - throat, in" (See H) ((Dr. Jost
Knzli, Switzerland)
MOUTH - TASTE - saltish - blood tastes salty : "Mouth - swelling - Gums - bluish-red, spongy,
between lower incisors - beginning on left side and extending to the right - bleeding frequently"
this symptom for nat-m. comes from hr1 (A bluish red swelling of a spongy nature on gums
between lower incisors, commencing on left side, extending to right, bled often, blood had a
saltish taste). It was deleted as such and has been transcribed as follows: "swelling - Gums bluish-red - spongy swelling"; "swelling - Gums - between the lower incisors"; "swelling - Gums left - to right" and "taste - saltish - blood tastes salty".
MOUTH - TASTE - tannic : Bitter and astringent taste, as from grape skins or seeds
MOUTH - THRUSH : Mycotic stomatitis caused by the fungus Candida and characterized by aphthae
and white spots
MOUTH - TONGUE-TIE : Limited motion of the tongue usually caused by a short frenum.
MOUTH - ULCERS - canker sore : A canker sore is a corrosive ulceration due to a cancer, syphilis,
etc.

MOUTH - ULCERS - Tongue - Edges : "Edges" refers to the border of the tongue all round including
the tip. "Sides" only refers to right and left side excluding the tip.
MOUTH - ULCERS - Tongue - Sides : "Sides" only refers to right and left side excluding the tip.
"Edges" refers to the border of the tongue all round including the tip.

Teeth
TEETH - CORRODED SENSATION : An irritating feeling in the teeth caused by an acid that makes
the enamel blunt (e.g. in case of vomiting bile, eating rhubarb etc.) This rubric was formerly
called: " TEETH - EDGE; feel as if on".
TEETH - INFLAMMATION - Dentin : Dentin is the hard, dense, calcareous tissue forming the body of
a tooth, under the enamel and surrounding the pulp canal.
TEETH - PAIN - accompanied by - Submaxillary glands; swelling of : The remedy "clem h2" was
moved here from "TEETH - PAIN - swelling; with - Submaxillary glands; of"
TEETH - PAIN - chamomile : From smelling chamomilla
TEETH - PAIN - wind - raw wind; in : Raw wind means an uncomfortably cold and damp wind, a
bleak wind.
TEETH - SORDES : Foul deposit on the teeth (or lips), consisting of saliva proteins, food deposits,
epithelial matter, etc.
TEETH - WEDGE-SHAPED : The rubric "TEETH - WEDGE-SHAPED - sensation as if" was deleted and
the remedy "lach" moved to "TEETH - PAIN - pressing - wedged; as if".

Throat
THROAT - ADENOIDS : Hypertrophy of adenoid tissue in nasopharynx
THROAT - ANGINA : Angina may point to "chest - angina pectoris" as well.
THROAT - CATARRH : Catarrh: inflammation of a mucous membrane, esp. of the nose or throat,
causing an increased flow of mucus
THROAT - DIPHTHERIA : An acute infectious disease caused by Corynebacterium diphtheriae and
characterized among others by white patches or a false membrane in the air passages.
THROAT - INFLAMMATION - airsacculitis : The inflammation of the air sacs in birds
THROAT - MEMBRANE : Not every membrane in the throat indicates diphtheria. However, formerly
Kent included diphtheria in this rubric.
THROAT - PAIN - accompanied by - thirst for cold water : In "Children Types" by Borland Douglas
we find on page 32 : SUPHUR children often get chronic tonsillitis, a deeply injected throat, very
swollen, feeling very hot, with very offensive breath. And most SULPHUR children with tonsillitis
tend to get masses of glands in the neck - more than ordinary tonsillar gland enlargement and it
tends to spread, and involve particularly the submaxillary glands. The tonsillitis is accompanied
by irregular heat and cold, shivering attacks, sweaty attacks and thirst for cold water.
THROAT - PAIN - salivation - after - amel. : [hs1 - Arum maculatum] After chewing a young stalk
for a few seconds, a very intense pricking stinging pain was felt upon the tongue and mucous
membrane of the lips and throat, accompanied with a flow of saliva which seemed relieve the
pain a little ... [vml4 - Arum maculatum - Mouth] ... Intense pricking, stinging, in tongue and
mucous membrane of lips and throat, !!! flow of saliva, which seemed to amel. pain a little....

External Throat
EXTERNAL THROAT - STRANGLES : A young horses disease caused by a bacterial infection. There is
inflammation of the mucous membrane of the respiratory tract and the formation of abscesses in
the adjacent pharyngeal lymph glands.
EXTERNAL THROAT - TORTICOLLIS : 'Torticolis results from a cramp, spasm or contraction
affecting mainly sterno-cleido-mastoid muscles and the neck is generally drawn (twisted) to one
side. Also called 'wry-neck". [gtr1 - Torticollis] It is a painless contraction of one sternomastoid
muscle (a strap-like neck muscle arising from the sternum and inserting into the mastoid process
of temporal bone). The head is slightly flexed and drawn towards the contracted side and face

turned over the other shoulder. It is often painful. It may be caused by a birth injury to the
sternomastoid muscle, a tumour in the said muscle, severe burn. It is found in professional people
who have to do their fine work with fixed downward or one-sided position of the head. For
example, shoe-makers, men in embroidery work, needlework, etc., are particularly prone to
torticollis. It is difficult to cure, but acute cases of stiff-neck or wryneck can be cured. See
stiff-neck.
EXTERNAL THROAT - TORTICOLLIS - spasmodic : Spasmodic torticollis is torticollis due to
intermittent dystonia and spasms of neck muscles, particularly the sternocleidomastoid and
trapezius muscles. Irritation of the accessory nerve has been implicated in some cases, but the
cause is unknown. Cf. retrocollis and rotary spasm. Called also intermittent or neurogenic
torticollis.

Neck
NECK : This chapter contains symptoms related to the whole neck, that is the part joining the head
to the body. It should be compared with the chapters "External throat" for the anterior part only,
and with "Back" (which contains the cervical region) for the posterior part only.

Stomach
STOMACH - ACIDITY : A condition with heartburn, sour eructations and distress in the stomach.
STOMACH - CARDIALGIA : Nowadays cardialgia stands for pain in the heart. In the classical texts,
such as a1, hr1, etc., it means much more frequently "heartburn"
STOMACH - ERUCTATIONS : Expelling gas or other substances through the mouth, from the stomach
STOMACH - ERUCTATIONS - amel. : "STOMACH - ERUCTATIONS - amel." indicates a general rubric; it
are not only the problems in the stomach which are improved by these remedies. That is why the
referring rubric is made from chapter "STOMACH" to chapter "GENERALS".
STOMACH - ERUCTATIONS; TYPE OF - milk : The milk is regurgitated.
STOMACH - ERUCTATIONS; TYPE OF - milk; like : Something that resembles milk is regurgitated.
STOMACH - ERUCTATIONS; TYPE OF - water brash : Heartburn with eructation of acid fluid or
almost tasteless saliva into the mouth
STOMACH - ERUCTATIONS; TYPE OF - water brash - accompanied by - indigestion : The word
"dyspepsia" was replaced by "indigestion".
STOMACH - FLABBINESS : "STOMACH - FLABBINESS" and "STOMACH -HANGING down relaxed;
sensation of" are pretty much the same as can be seen in the following symptom: [nh8 - Ignatia
amara] - This weak feeling in the stomach in Ignatia is sometimes described as a feeling of
flabbiness, as though the stomach hung down relaxed. (Peter Vint, Germany)
STOMACH - GURGLING - morning - waking; on : Correction of error in Kent: there we find "walking;
while"
STOMACH - HANGING down relaxed; sensation of : "STOMACH - FLABBINESS" and "STOMACH
-HANGING down relaxed; sensation of" are pretty much the same as can be seen in the following
symptom: [nh8 - Ignatia amara] - This weak feeling in the stomach in Ignatia is sometimes
described as a feeling of flabbiness, as though the stomach hung down relaxed. (Peter Vint,
Germany)/ [nh8 - Ignatia amara] - This weak feeling in the stomach in Ignatia is sometimes
described as a feeling of flabbiness, as though the stomach hung down relaxed. In other
words,"STOMACH - FLABBINESS" and "STOMACH -HANGING down relaxed; sensation of" are pretty
much the same; it is just another way of describing it.
STOMACH - HEARTBURN : Burning sensation in the esofagus
STOMACH - HYPERCHLORHYDRIA : Excessive secretion of hydrochloric acid by the stomach cells.
STOMACH - INDIGESTION : This rubric includes complaints after substances not otherwise discribed
(Kent)
STOMACH - NAUSEA - pressure - stomach agg.; on : "Stomach - nausea - pressure - stomach, on":
sars. (wrong alphabetical position) should become "ars."
STOMACH - PAIN - convulsions - agg. : Cannot find this symptom for Agaricus in ExLibris
STOMACH - PAIN - extending to - Breasts - stitching pain : This is the original Kent rubric.

STOMACH - PAIN - Cardiac opening - forced through; as if something was : The rubric "Cardiac
end" was moved here from "STOMACH - PAIN - forcing - Cardiac end" because in Allen we find: [a1
- Bufo rana - Stomach] - Scraping and excoriating pains in the stomach, with a feeling as if stones
were being forced through the cardia, [a12].
STOMACH - PAIN - Pylorus : The pylorus or pyloric orifice is the aperture by which the stomach
contents enter into the duodenum.
STOMACH - PULSATION - reflecting agg. : The original Kent rubric is "STOMACH - PULSATION meditation, during". We believe that in the period Kent was alive, "meditating" was used in the
sense of "reflecting" and not in the sense "meditation" is used today.
STOMACH - THIRST - frequently; drinking : The 3 remedies "abrom-a ks5, cassia-s ccrh1, granit-m
es1" were move to "STOMACH - THIRST". Because "thirst" and "drinking frequently" have the same
meaning.
STOMACH - VOMITING - accompanied by - perspiration : Perspiration accompanies the vomiting in
this particular patient
STOMACH - VOMITING - coffee agg. : There were 21 remedies in this rubric in Synthesis 8. The 17
remedies that are no longer in this rubric come from the boger rubric NAUSEA AND VOMITING Aggravation - coffee, after Since Synthesis 9 this rubric has been connected (linked) with the
more general symptom "nausea" according to the principle: in case of combined chapters like
nausea and vomiting the symptoms have been linked with the rubric which fits with higher
probability (you may find nausea without vomiting, but hardly ever vomiting without nausea)
Therefore in Synthesis 9 only 6 remedies are left. (sulph hs1 is a new addition) Rule: In case you
don't find a certain modality for vomiting it is always a good idea to search for this modality
under nausea.
STOMACH - VOMITING - drinking - after - immediately after - food is retained longer; but : MRR1pg 66: Vomits liquids but food retained longer.
STOMACH - VOMITING - perspiration - during : Vomiting typically occurs during the stage of
perspiration in a feverish disease
STOMACH - VOMITING; TYPE OF - coffee grounds, like : Grounds: the particles that settle to the
bottom of a liquid; dregs; sediment (coffee grounds).
STOMACH - VOMITING; TYPE OF - fecal : CHK Fecal here is used in the sense of actual "vomiting of
feces". [Peter Vint, Germany]
STOMACH - VOMITING; TYPE OF - worms - sensation of : The Kent remedies "cocc k" and "2lach k"
were moved to "STOMACH - WORM; sensation of a" because in the MM we do not find "vomiting"
for "cocc" and "lach".
STOMACH - XIPHOID, to back : STOMACH - ENSIFORM, to back

Abdomen
ABDOMEN - CONTRACTION - Intestines : This rubric was moved here from "ABDOMEN - SPASMS Intestines".
ABDOMEN - DISTENSION - night - midnight - after : "ABDOMEN - DISTENSION - night - midnight after - distension of abdomen, with" with remedy "ambr." 1 K was not correct. The correct
symptom is: [br1 - Ambra grisea - Stomach] - Distention of stomach and abdomen after midnight.
The symptom was split into: ABDOMEN - DISTENSION - night - midnight - after and STOMACH DISTENSION - night - midnight ; after
ABDOMEN - DISTENSION - flatulence - from : This reference is only for the remedies :" canth, cocc,
plb" which were moved here from "ABDOMEN - SWELLING - flatulence; from", a rubric which was
deleted in Synthesis.
ABDOMEN - DRAWN IN : Retraction is a drawing or being drawn back or in.
ABDOMEN - ERUPTIONS - herpes - ringworm : Contagious skin diseases characterized by
ring-shaped, discolored patches covered with scales or vesicles. Kent referred rigworm to herpes
(skin - eruptions - ringworm: see herpes). In Synthesis herpes and ringworm have been separated.
ABDOMEN - ERUPTIONS - ringworm : Original location: Abdomen - eruptions - herpes - ringworm
Contagious skin diseases characterized by ring-shaped, discolored patches covered with scales or
vesicles. Kent referred rigworm to herpes (skin - eruptions - ringworm: see herpes). In Synthesis

herpes and ringworm have been separated.


ABDOMEN - HERNIA; ABDOMINAL : Protrusion of an organ through an abnormal opening in the
abdomen
ABDOMEN - HERNIA; ABDOMINAL - strangulated : Hernia which is tightly constricted
ABDOMEN - HERNIA; ABDOMINAL - Femoral : Hernia into the femoral canal
ABDOMEN - ILEUS : Obstruction of the bowel producing severe colic
ABDOMEN - ILEUS - paralytic ileus : Ileus due to local inflammation blocking the passage of the
peristaltic waves
ABDOMEN - ILEUS - spastic ileus : Ileus due to the tonic contraction of the intestinal muscular
fibres
ABDOMEN - INFLAMMATION : Kent added the following note to this rubric: "<including> peritonitis,
enteritis, etc." These are quite different conditions and therefore new additions were added to
the more specific subrubrics
ABDOMEN - METEORISM : Tympanites, distension of the abdomen with gas.
ABDOMEN - MOVEMENTS in - fist of fetus; like : This symptom only applies when there is no fetus
ABDOMEN - OPPRESSION : Oppression in the abdomen was interpreted as an oppressive,
constrictive pain. [a1 - Euphrasia officinalis - GENERAL ABDOMEN.] - A kind of oppression of the
abdomen, a burning, pressive pain, extending transversely across the abdomen, during rest and
motion (after five hours and a half), [a3].
ABDOMEN - PAIN - clutched with nails of fingers; as if : To clutch means to grasp with a hand or
claw.
ABDOMEN - PAIN - cramping - accompanied by - opisthotonos : Rubric was first called "back;
arching of"
ABDOMEN - PAIN - fever; in asthenic - dragging, bearing down : Fever characterized by weakness
or feebleness.
ABDOMEN - PAIN - Hypogastrium : The lower, middle region of the abdomen
ABDOMEN - PAIN - Inguinal region - extending to - Scapulae - right : The original Kent symptom is
"ABDOMEN - PAIN - Inguinal region - extending to - Shoulder blade, right".
ABDOMEN - RETRACTION - drawn by a string; as if : BRO1-785 The 4 remedies "chel, plb, podo,
tab" were formerly added to "ABDOMEN - RETRACTION - pain; during old". This symptom was
deleted as there is no record of this symptom in bro1. In bro1 these 4 remedies are under
"abdomen retracted - drawn by a string; as if"
ABDOMEN - TABES mesenterica : Tuberculosis of the mesenteric glands, with digestive
disturbances and wasting of the body
ABDOMEN - TENSION - Inguinal region - raising arms; on : The erroneous "rising arms" was modified
to "raising arms".

Rectum
RECTUM - CHOLERA : An acute infectious disease caused by Vibrio cholerae, characterized by
profuse diarrhea, dehydration, etc. Asiatic cholera. Formerly cholera often indicated severe
enteritis in a more general way.
RECTUM - CHOLERA - beginning : Incipient stage or mild form of epidemic cholera
RECTUM - CHOLERA - infantum : Noncontagious, often fatal diarrhea, esp. in young children, esp.
in the summer
RECTUM - CHOLERA - morbus cholera : Acute gastroenteritis, esp. in the summer and usually
caused by improper food.
RECTUM - CONSTIPATION - chronic : stubborn = rebellious to all treatments and change of diet
RECTUM - DIARRHEA - daytime : Symptom was originally: RECTUM - DIARRHEA - daytime only
RECTUM - DIARRHEA - alternating with - constipation - diarrhea after a normal stool : Original
location: Abdomen - Diarrhea - stool; after a normal
RECTUM - DIARRHEA - followed by - rheumatism : The remedy "kali-bi k" was moved here from the
rubric "EXTREMITIES - PAIN - rheumatic - diarrhea - following"
RECTUM - ERUPTIONS - Anus; about - tetters : Please pay attention: This rubric from B2 has an
UNCLEAR / AMBIGUOUS MEANING. It has been incorporated into Synthesis nevertheless for the

following two reasons: a) to achieve completeness, i.e. in order to incorporate the original source
in its entirety. - The historical reason. b) to make both the symptom and remedies attached to it
available for any kind of future research. - The scientific reason. The original German word is
"Flechten", a term for a pretty unspecific skin disease, that should not be translated as "herpes"
which would imply that our modern medical term is applicable. In most cases these are itching
eruptions. [Peter Vint, Germany]
RECTUM - ERUPTIONS - Perineum - tetters : Please pay attention: This rubric from B2 has an
UNCLEAR / AMBIGUOUS MEANING. It has been incorporated into Synthesis nevertheless for the
following two reasons: a) to achieve completeness, i.e. in order to incorporate the original source
in its entirety. - The historical reason. b) to make both the symptom and remedies attached to it
available for any kind of future research. - The scientific reason. The original German word is
"Flechten", a term for a pretty unspecific skin disease, that should not be translated as "herpes"
which would imply that our modern medical term is applicable. In most cases these are itching
eruptions. [Peter Vint, Germany]
RECTUM - FISTULA : Including anal fistula
RECTUM - FLATUS - agg. : The symptom "RECTUM - FLATUS - agg." indicates a general rubric, it are
not only the problems in the rectum which are aggravated by these remedies. That is why the
referring rubric goes from chapter "RECTUM" to chapter "GENERALS".
RECTUM - FLATUS - amel. : "RECTUM - FLATUS - amel." indicates a general rubric, it are not only
the problems in the rectum which are improved by these remedies. Therefore the referring rubric
was made from chapter "RECTUM" to chapter "GENERALS".
RECTUM - INVOLUNTARY stool - daytime - eating; after : The original Kent rubric was: RECTUM INVOLUNTARY stool - night - eating; and after - daytime; in
RECTUM - LUMP; sensation of a - Perineum : "Rectum - lump - perineum": chin.3 has to be chim.3
(see PTK2 a.o.) (Arjen Pasma, Netherlands)
RECTUM - PAIN - clawing pain : The original Kent symptom is: Rectum - pain - clawing, squeezing,
as from a claw in anus.
RECTUM - PROTOZOA : Protozoon; in plural protozoa. A subkingdom comprising the unicellular
organisms of the animal kingdom.

Stool
STOOL - BLACK - fecal : See symptom note Synthesis under "STOOL - FECAL stool".
STOOL - BROWN - fecal : See symptom note Synthesis under "STOOL - FECAL stool".
STOOL - DARK - fecal : See symptom note Synthesis under "STOOL - FECAL stool".
STOOL - FATTY, greasy - oily-looking fecal : See symptom note Synthesis under "STOOL - FECAL
stool".
STOOL - FECAL stool : A fecal stool is a stool containing fecal matter or waste matter, as opposed
to stool which contains no fecal matter and only for example blood, water or mucus etc. The
following Materia Medica texts will clarify the matter. [a1 - Asclepias tuberosa - STOOL AND
ANUS.] - Stool without fecal matter; entirely albuminous, and containing the amount of at least
four or five whites of eggs (fourteenth day), [_a1]. [a1 - Croton tiglium - STOOL. - Diarrhoea.] Stool at first fecal, afterwards watery, with slight sticking pain in the abdomen, [a3]. [a1 Pulsatilla pratensis - STOOL. - Diarrhoea.] - Fecal stool, followed by blood, in the morning(after
seventy-two hours), [_a1].
STOOL - GREEN - fecal : See symptom note Synthesis under "STOOL - FECAL stool".
STOOL - LOOSE : A loose stool means different things to different people. It can be compared to
cottage cheese, barely formed. We decided not to put any remedies here, but to refer to more
precise symptoms.
STOOL - SOFT : A soft stool can be compared to soft cheese that can be spread. It is formed and its
consistency is somewhere between hard and loose.
STOOL - THIN - fecal : See symptom note Synthesis under "STOOL - FECAL stool".
STOOL - WHITE - fecal : See symptom note Synthesis under "STOOL - FECAL stool".
STOOL - YELLOW - fecal : See symptom note Synthesis under "STOOL - FECAL stool".

Bladder
BLADDER - IRRITABLE BLADDER : State of the bladder with contant desire to urinate
BLADDER - NERVOUS BLADDER : State of the bladder with constant, but ineffectual desire to
urinate
BLADDER - PAIN - tenesmus : Tenesmus means a painfully urgent but ineffectual attempt to
urinate or defecate. This rubric is redundant.
BLADDER - PAIN - Neck of bladder - accompanied by - dysuria : Original location: " URINATION dysuria - sphincter vesicae; pain in - hyperesthesia of the skin down the course of the left sciatic
nerve; with - popliteus and heel; pain in the left - coldness creeping over the whole course of the
nerve; with - heel; especially in the"
BLADDER - URINARY complaints - accompanied by - Heart complaints and difficult respiration :
Original location in Kent: "Respiration - difficult - heart - complaints and urinary troubles"
BLADDER - URINATION - dribbling - stool - pressure in rectum; with : The erroneous symptom
"Bladder - urination - dribbling - urination, after - pressure in return, with": for nat-m.was
deleted. "pressure in rectum" has to depend on "stool", so the symptom becomes: "... - dribbling
- stool, after - pressure in rectum; with"(A1) (Dr. Wolfgang Hettich, Germany)
BLADDER - URINATION - dribbling - urination - after - agg. : "Bladder - urination - dribbling urination - after": arg. in Kent, but absent in his table of abbreviations, has been replaced by
agar. (HR1)
BLADDER - URINATION - dysuria : Difficult urination. If there is a painful element then consider
"Bladder - Urination - dysuria - painful" or "Bladder - Pain - urination - during" or "Urethra - Pain urination - during"
BLADDER - URINATION - dysuria - accompanied by - Heel; coldness in the left : " URINATION dysuria - sphincter vesicae; pain in - hyperesthesia of the skin down the course of the left sciatic
nerve; with - popliteus and heel; pain in the left - coldness creeping over the whole course of the
nerve; with - heel; especially in the": this symptom has been split into meaningful bits
considering as well that dysuria in the repertory emphasizes "difficult urination" as opposed to
"pain - urination; during".
BLADDER - URINATION - dysuria - Sphincter vesicae; with pain in : " URINATION - dysuria sphincter vesicae; pain in - hyperesthesia of the skin down the course of the left sciatic nerve;
with - popliteus and heel; pain in the left - coldness creeping over the whole course of the nerve;
with - heel; especially in the": this symptom has been split into meaningful bits considering as
well that dysuria in the repertory emphasizes "difficult urination" as opposed to "pain - urination;
during".
BLADDER - URINATION - involuntary - night - adverse circumstances; from : Adverse
circumstances are setbacks or misfortune.
BLADDER - URINATION - strangury : Painful and slow urination

Kidneys
KIDNEYS - GLOMERULAR FILTRATION RATE : "Measurement of the GLOMULAR FILTRATION RATE
(GFR) is necessary to define the exact level of renal function." "The use of creatinine clearance is
dependent on the fact that daily production of creatinine (principally from muscle cells) is
remarkably constant and little affected by protein intake." "Given these observations, creatinine
clearance is a reasonably accurate measure of GFR in those situations in which it is most required
- normal or near normal renal fuction." "Where urine collections are difficult or deemed
inaccurate, the GFR may be measured by the single injection of compounds such as EDTA, DTPA,
or iothalamate, their excretion being primarily by glomerular filtration. Following intravenous
injection of the compound, three blood samples are obtained at 2, 3 and 4 hours (or rather longer
intervals if the patient is oedematous or if renal faillure is suspected). The GFR may then be
calculated from the slope of the exponential fall in blood level of the compound."
KIDNEYS - INFLAMMATION : Inflammation of kidneys which may involve glomeruli, tubuli or
interstitial tissue

KIDNEYS - INFLAMMATION - parenchymatous - acute : The original rubric "KIDNEYS INFLAMMATION - acute parenchymatous" was modified to "KIDNEYS - INFLAMMATION parenchymatous - acute".
KIDNEYS - INFLAMMATION - Glomeruli : A type of nephritis with inflamed glomeruli.
KIDNEYS - INFLAMMATION - Pelvis and kidneys : Inflammation of the kidney and its pelvis
KIDNEYS - NEPHRITIS : A disease of the kidneys characterized by inflammation, degeneration,
fibrosis, etc.
KIDNEYS - NEPHROSIS : Disease of the kidneys characterized by purely degenerative lesions of the
renal tubules and marked by generalized edema, albuminuria, and an increase in serum
cholesterol nephrotic.
KIDNEYS - RENAL FAILURE : Clinical conditions associated with rapid decreasing renal function.

Prostate Gland
PROSTATE GLAND - SWELLING : [hr1 - Selenium metallicum - Male sexual organs] PROSTATE GLAND - SWELLING - dribbling urine after stool and after urination : This was
originally a subrubric of "PROSTATE GLAND - ENLARGEMENT"
PROSTATE GLAND - SWELLING - old people; in : This was originally a subrubric of "PROSTATE
GLAND - ENLARGEMENT"
PROSTATE GLAND - SWELLING - sensation of : This was originally a subrubric of "PROSTATE GLAND
- ENLARGEMENT"

Urethra
URETHRA - CHORDEE : Painful and downward curved erection, usually in gonorrhea
URETHRA - CONSTRICTION - extending to - Bladder - urination agg.; after : The Kent rubric
"URETHRA - PAIN - burning - urination - constriction, pain extending to bladder; with" was deleted
because the meaning was not clear enough. In Allen we find: [a1 - Lycopodium clavatum - Urinary
organs] - Extremely painful constriction, dragging and burning along the urethra, extending into
the bladder after urinating (thirtieth day), [a30]. The remedy "lyc" was already present at::
URETHRA - PAIN - dragging - extending to - Bladder - urination; after The remedy "lyc" was also
added here at:: URETHRA - CONSTRICTION - extending to - Bladder - urination; after and at :
URETHRA - PAIN - burning - extending to - Bladder - urination; after
URETHRA - CONTRACTION - stool; before : The remedy "nat-m hr1, k" which was originally added
at "urethra - contraction - stool and urination, before" is now added at both rubrics separately:
urethra - contraction - stool; before urethra - contraction - urination - before
URETHRA - GLEET : Chronic gonorrheal urethritis
URETHRA - GONORRHEA : Contagious inflammation of the genital mucous membranes, due to
gonococci and marked by dysuria and urethral discharge. When it becomes chronic it may cause a
urethral stricture or a chronic urethral discharge (= gleet)
URETHRA - PAIN - flatus; passing - agg. - quietly; passing flatus - stitching pain - dull pain : The
original Kent symptom was: URETHRA - PAIN - stitching - dull - shooting, on quiet emission of
flatus. Because in kent and in Synthesis "shooting" is regarded as synonymous with "stitching" we
modified the symptom by leaving out "shooting". [a1 - Manganum-act. + -c. (old abbr.) - Urethra]
- A dull stitch shoots painfully into the urethra if he quietly emits
URETHRA - PAIN - urination - during - agg. - extending to - Bladder - burning : The remedies of
the original Kent symptom "URETHRA - PAIN - burning - urination - constriction, pain extending to
bladder; with" were moved to "URETHRA - PAIN - burning - urination - during - extending to Bladder" and to "URETHRA - PAIN - constricting - urination - during - extending to - Bladder".
URETHRA - PAIN - urination - during - extending to - Bladder - constricting : The remedies of the
original Kent symptom "URETHRA - PAIN - burning - urination - constriction, pain extending to
bladder; with" were moved to "URETHRA - PAIN - burning - urination - during - extending to Bladder" and to "URETHRA - PAIN - constricting - urination - during - extending to - Bladder".
URETHRA - PAIN - extending to - Anus - through urethra; from anus - drawing pain : "Urethra pain - drawing - extending to anus - from anus through urethra": as an extension is always

described from origin to end, the symptom has been moved to "RECTUM - pain - drawing - Anus extending to - Urethra; through"
URETHRA - PAIN - extending to - Bladder - urination agg.; after - burning : The Kent rubric
"URETHRA - PAIN - burning - urination - constriction, pain extending to bladder; with" was
deleted. The remedy "lyc" was added here and also at: URETHRA - CONSTRICTION - extending to Bladder - urination; after The remedy was already present at:: URETHRA - PAIN - dragging extending to - Bladder - urination; during
URETHRA - PAIN - extending to - Bladder - urination agg.; after - dragging : The Kent rubric
"URETHRA - PAIN - burning - urination - constriction, pain extending to bladder; with" was deleted
because the meaning was not clear. In Allen we find: [a1 - Lycopodium clavatum - Urinary organs]
- Extremely painful constriction, dragging and burning along the urethra, extending into the
bladder after urinating (thirtieth day), [a30]. The remedy "lyc" was already present here at::
URETHRA - PAIN - dragging - extending to - Bladder - urination; after The remedy "lyc" was added
also at:: URETHRA - CONSTRICTION - extending to - Bladder - urination; after URETHRA - PAIN burning - extending to - Bladder - urination; after
URETHRA - PAIN - extending to - Perineum into urethra; from - drawing pain : "Urethra - pain drawing - extending to anus - from perineum into urethra": as an extension is always described
from origin to end, the symptom has been moved to "RECTUM - pain - drawing - perineum extending to - urethra"

Urine
URINE - COLOR - high-colored [= bright] : In the old literature "high-colored urine" had the same
meaning as "dark urine" or "urine darker than usual". Consequently most remedies found in the
Materia Medica for "high-colored urine" are repertorized in Synthesis under "dark urine". In
modern English "high-colored" means "bright". To clarify this difference we have added two
rubrics, one referring to "dark" and the other to "bright".
URINE - COLOR - high-colored [= dark] : In the old literature "high-colored urine" had the same
meaning as "dark urine" or "urine darker than usual". Consequently most remedies found in the
Materia Medica for "high-colored urine" are repertorized in Synthesis under "dark urine". In
modern English "high-colored" means "bright". To clarify this difference we have added two
rubrics, one referring to "dark" and the other to "bright".
URINE - COLOR - yellow - reddish-yellow : The original Kent symptom is "URINE - COLOR - red reddish-yellow. But "reddish-yellow" is a type of yellow and not a type of red.
URINE - CREATININE increased : "Measurement of the GLOMULAR FILTRATION RATE (GFR) is
necessary to define the exact level of renal function." "The use of creatinine clearance is
dependent on the fact that daily production of creatinine (principally from muscle cells) is
remarkably constant and little affected by protein intake." "Given these observations, creatinine
clearance is a reasonably accurate measure of GFR in those situations in which it is most required
- normal or near normal renal fuction." "Where urine collections are difficult or deemed
inaccurate, the GFR may be measured by the single injection of compounds such as EDTA, DTPA,
or iothalamate, their excretion being primarily by glomerular filtration. Following intravenous
injection of the compound, three blood samples are obtained at 2, 3 and 4 hours (or rather longer
intervals if the patient is oedematous or if renal faillure is suspected). The GFR may then be
calculated from the slope of the exponential fall in blood level of the compound."
URINE - MYOGLOBINURIA : In the urine there is myoglobin present, like in crush injuries / dificiency
of muscle phosphorylase, or after prolonged and vigorous exercise in susceptible persons.
URINE - ODOR - leather; like Russian : Lettuce is wrong, it was a spelling error by Boger
URINE - SEDIMENT - chalk meal, like : Old rubric: chalk meal, like. This means with a sediment like
mealed (= ground and unbolted) chalk.
URINE - SEDIMENT - coffee grounds, like : Grounds: the particles that settle to the bottom of a
liquid; dregs; sediment (coffee grounds).
URINE - SEDIMENT - sand - gravel : FUS (= Feline Urological Syndrome)
URINE - SEDIMENT - sand - red - yellowish red crystals : The original Kent symptom is "URINE SEDIMENT - sand - yellow - yellowish red crystals". But "yellowish red" is a type of red and not a

type of yellow.

Male Genitalia/Sex
MALE GENITALIA/SEX - CRYPTORCHISM : The testicle is arrested in its normal path of descent
MALE GENITALIA/SEX - CRYPTORCHISM - Prepubic : Prepubic cryptorchism is the most common
condition
MALE GENITALIA/SEX - ECTOPIA testis : The testicle has strayed from the normal path of descent
MALE GENITALIA/SEX - ERUPTIONS - Penis - erythematous : Morbid redness of the skin due to
capillary congestion
MALE GENITALIA/SEX - ERUPTIONS - Scrotum - tetters : Please pay attention: This rubric from B2
has an UNCLEAR / AMBIGUOUS MEANING. It has been incorporated into Synthesis nevertheless for
the following two reasons: a) to achieve completeness, i.e. in order to incorporate the original
source in its entirety. - The historical reason. b) to make both the symptom and remedies
attached to it available for any kind of future research. - The scientific reason. The original
German word is "Flechten", a term for a pretty unspecific skin disease, that should not be
translated as "herpes" which would imply that our modern medical term is applicable. In most
cases these are itching eruptions. [Peter Vint, Germany]
MALE GENITALIA/SEX - GLEET : Chronic gonorrheal urethritis
MALE GENITALIA/SEX - HEMATOCELE : Effusion of blood into the tunica vaginalis testis
MALE GENITALIA/SEX - HERNIA : in EH you even find as pathology "hernia or rupture" the moment
you check your MM with this knowledge you will find "Hodenbruch" scrotal hernia = Hernia Scrotum; of
MALE GENITALIA/SEX - HYDROCELE : Effusion of fluid into the tunica vaginalis testis
MALE GENITALIA/SEX - ITCHING - Penis - Glans : "Male genitalia/sex - itching - penis - glans":
replace ben. by benz-ac. (A1)
MALE GENITALIA/SEX - PAIN - grinding pain : The specification "shooting" was deleted because
"shooting" here is an extension upwards. [a1 - Phytolacca decandra - Sexual organs] - Hard
grinding pain shooting up both spermatic cords, in the morning(fourth and fifth days), [a12].
MALE GENITALIA/SEX - PAIN - Penis - Glans - Behind - urination agg.; during - burning : The
symptom "Male genitalia/sex - pain - burning - penis - glans - urination, after - behind, during
urination"was wrong and therefor deleted. The correct symptom can be read in Hering MM in
ery-a. and has been moved and modified accordingly in Synthesis: "... - glans - behind - urination,
during"
MALE GENITALIA/SEX - RELAXED : Male organs - Relaxation
MALE GENITALIA/SEX - RETRACTION : Male organs - Retraction
MALE GENITALIA/SEX - RUPTURE : in EH you even find as pathology "hernia or rupture" the moment
you check your MM with this knowledge you will find "Hodenbruch" scrotal hernia = Hernia Scrotum; of
MALE GENITALIA/SEX - SEXUAL DESIRE - increased - anorectic when a bitch in estrus is nearby :
bitch: female of the dog, wolf, fox etc...
MALE GENITALIA/SEX - SMEGMA - increased : The segma praeputii is the whitish, cheesy,
foul-smelling secretion of the Tyson's glands which collects beneath the prepuce.
MALE GENITALIA/SEX - SPOTS : Male organs - Stain, like spots, on

Female Genitalia/Sex
FEMALE GENITALIA/SEX - ABORTION - fever; from asthenic : Fever characterized by weakness or
feebleness.
FEMALE GENITALIA/SEX - DELIVERY : The remedies are at "DELIVERY - during; complaints" or
"DELIVERY - after; complaints".
FEMALE GENITALIA/SEX - ERUPTIONS - tetters : Please pay attention: This rubric from B2 has an
UNCLEAR / AMBIGUOUS MEANING. It has been incorporated into Synthesis nevertheless for the
following two reasons: a) to achieve completeness, i.e. in order to incorporate the original source
in its entirety. - The historical reason. b) to make both the symptom and remedies attached to it

available for any kind of future research. - The scientific reason. The original German word is
"Flechten", a term for a pretty unspecific skin disease, that should not be translated as "herpes"
which would imply that our modern medical term is applicable. In most cases these are itching
eruptions. [Peter Vint, Germany]
FEMALE GENITALIA/SEX - ESTRUS : Can be taken in animals for the sexual cycle: The heat of the
bitch, cat, mare, cow etc..
FEMALE GENITALIA/SEX - ESTRUS - heifers : Young cows that have not borne a calf
FEMALE GENITALIA/SEX - HAIR falling out - delivery; after : Original symptom was: FEMALE
GENTITALIA/SEX - HAIR falling out - confinement; during Confinement = childbed = lying-in
women = delivery; after
FEMALE GENITALIA/SEX - HYDROSALPINX : Distension of the oviduct from watery fluid
FEMALE GENITALIA/SEX - INFLAMMATION - Uterus - pyometra : Accumulation of pus in uterus.
FEMALE GENITALIA/SEX - LEUKORRHEA - meat washings; like : The original German word
"Fleishwasser" is sometimes translated as "like meat washings" and sometimes as "bloody water".
[h2 - Alumina] Weiflu, wie Fleischwasser, Nachmittags beim Gehen im Freien (und im Sitzen),
und auch Nachts [Ng.] [a1 - Alumina - Sexual organs] - Leucorrhoea, looking like meat washings,
in the afternoon, when walking in the open air (and when sitting), also at night, [_a3]. [h2 Alumina] - Leucorrhoea like bloody water in the afternoon, while walking in the open air (and
while sitting down), and also at night. [Ng.].
FEMALE GENITALIA/SEX - LOCHIA : Discharge from uterus occuring for several days after childbirth
FEMALE GENITALIA/SEX - LYING-IN women : Lying-in is an old-fashioned term referring to the
period of confinement of a pregnant woman during, and immediately after delivery of the baby.
More modern terms are labor and delivery, puerperal, and post-partum.
FEMALE GENITALIA/SEX - MENSES - morning - evening; and : The original Kent symptom is:
FEMALE GENITALIA/SEX - MENSES - morning and evening only
FEMALE GENITALIA/SEX - MENSES - suppressed menses; from - feeble women; in : We did not
merge this rubric with "FEMALE GENITALIA/SEX - MENSES - suppressed - weakness; from" because
we believe "weakness; from" is a temporary condition, while "feeble women; in" is a permanent
condition.
FEMALE GENITALIA/SEX - MENSES - suppressed menses; from - weakness; from : We did not
merge this rubric with "FEMALE GENITALIA/SEX - MENSES - suppressed - feeble women; in"
because we believe "weakness; from" is a temporary condition, while "feeble women; in" is a
permanent condition.
FEMALE GENITALIA/SEX - MENSES - vicarious : Menstruation is substituted by another function,
e.g. by epistaxis
FEMALE GENITALIA/SEX - MOLES : Fleshy uterine tumor formed by degenerative or abortive
development of an egg
FEMALE GENITALIA/SEX - MUMMIFICATION : If a fetus is mummificated in utero (dead and a
mummy, not infectious)
FEMALE GENITALIA/SEX - PAIN - Ovaries - accompanied by - Heart; complaints of - difficult
respiration; and : Original location: respiration - difficult - heart; with pain in - ovarian troubles;
during
FEMALE GENITALIA/SEX - PAIN - Ovaries - continence, from : Voluntary control over urination or
defecation
FEMALE GENITALIA/SEX - PREGNANCY - imaginary : False pregnancy is a physical condition
manifesting the symptoms of pregnancy, as opposed to the "delusion of being pregnant", which
may be a mental condition only.
FEMALE GENITALIA/SEX - PROLAPSUS : = procidentia: a prolapse, or falling down, especially
prolapse of the uterus to such a degree that the cervix protrudes from the vaginal outlet.
(Dorland)
FEMALE GENITALIA/SEX - SYMPHYSIOLYSIS : Separation of symphysis pubis
FEMALE GENITALIA/SEX - TUMORS - encysted : enclosed in a sac, bladder or cyst
FEMALE GENITALIA/SEX - TUMORS - Uterus - myoma : It is composed essentially of muscle tissue
although there is a variable amount of fibrous connective tissue as well, especially in the older
and larger tumors. It is therefore best called a "myoma" although it is also termed a

"fibromyoma", "fibroleiomyoma" or "fibroid"; the last name is the most popular.


FEMALE GENITALIA/SEX - VIRILISM : The presence of male secondary sexual characteristics in a
woman (low voice, hypertrichosis, broad shoulders, small breasts etc.)

Male and Female Genitalia/Sex


MALE AND FEMALE GENITALIA/SEX - WEAKNESS of sexual organs and functions : A very broad
rubric introduced by Boenninghausen that includes anything that results in a "resultless" sexual
intercourse on the side of the male partner AND in the failure to get children on the side of the
female partner. Therefore it should not be confused with a "sensation of weakness" or anything of
this kind. Symptoms like "want of erections", "sterility" in a way all fit into this very big
generalization. [Peter Vint, Germany]

Larynx and Trachea


LARYNX AND TRACHEA - LARYNGISMUS stridulus : Sudden spasm of the larynx, with crowing
inspiration, and possibly cyanosis, most often in children. Laryngismus stridulus is always on
inspiration.
LARYNX AND TRACHEA - PAIN - talking - agg. : original Kent symptom: LARYNX AND TRACHEA PAIN - speaking, when
LARYNX AND TRACHEA - PAIN - Larynx - nail; as from a : The original text in Kent was: as if a nail
were in larynx.
LARYNX AND TRACHEA - VOICE - bi-tonal : bi-tonal: also called diplophonia, is an anomaly of
speech, characterized by the simultaneous formation of two sounds in the larynx. This symptom
is observable in one-sided paralysis (tension of the 2 vocal cords is not equal, thus 2 distinct
sounds are produced), or when a polyp or nodule separates the "vocal opening" into 2 glottis
producing different tones of sounds. [Jacqueline Ozanon, France]
LARYNX AND TRACHEA - VOICE - hoarseness - cough - after : [a1 - Cuprum metallicum RESPIRATORY ORGANS. - Cough and expectoration.] - Very violent cough at night, followed by
great hoarseness and chilliness, from morning till evening, [_a1].

Respiration
RESPIRATION - ASTHMATIC - alternating with - rash : Original location: "rash - tightness of chest
alternating with asthma"
RESPIRATION - ASTHMATIC - emotions - after : The remedy "thyreotr mtf11" was moved here from
the rubric "RESPIRATION - ASTHMATIC - psychogenic causes; from" which was deleted.
RESPIRATION - ASTHMATIC - rose cold, following : Rose cold or rose fever: a sort of hay fever
caused by grass pollens, which are in the air while roses and other flowers are blooming.
RESPIRATION - DIFFICULT - accompanied by - Shoulders; raised : The remedy "ant-c k" was moved
here from "EXTREMITIES - RAISED - Shoulder - dyspnea, with". The remedy "eup-per k" was moved
to "RESPIRATION -DIFFICULT - lying - head; with the - high - must lie with head and shoulders
high".
RESPIRATION - DIFFICULT - talking - after : "Respiration - difficult - talking - after": nat-c in Kent
has to be replaced by nit-ac. (See A1: ... she could not speak. It took away her breath) (Henk van
Munster, Netherlands)
RESPIRATION - IMPEDED, obstructed - pressure; from - Heart; sensation of pressure at : [h1 Belladonna] Es kam ihr ans Herz (die Herzgrube), wie Herz-Drcken; sie konnte nicht recht
athmen; dabei belkeit, die nach dem Halse steigt, als sollte sie sich bergeben, und so
Herz-Drcken und belkeit absatzweise etwa aller 7 Minuten (n. 1/4 St.) [Stf.] versus: [h1 Belladonna] - She felt at the heart (the scrobiculus cordis) like cardiac oppression; she could not
breathe properly; at the same time nausea, which rises up to the throat, as if she must vomit,
and so cardiac oppression and nausea in fits about every seven minutes (aft. 1/4 h.). [Stf.] result:
Hahnemann does not talk about opression at all! Herz-Drcken: pressure felt at the heart /
scrobiculus cordis (Peter Vint - Germany)

Cough
COUGH - MORNING - noon; until : The original Kent rubrics were: - COUGH - NOON - lying down amel. - COUGH - LYING - noon - amel. In the Materia Medica we find that "noon" and "lying down"
do not belong in one symptom. [a1 - Manganum-act. + -c. (old abbr.) - Respiration organs] - *
Deep cough, without expectoration, ceasing on lying down, and recurring next day; with firm
mucous expectoration and shattering pain in the pit of the stomach and chest; suddenly
disappearing at noon, [a8]. That is why the remedy "mang" was moved to this new rubric "COUGH
- MORNING - noon; until". The remedy "mang" is also present in "COUGH - LYING - amel.".
COUGH - CROUPY - sopor; with : - "CROUPY - sopor, stertorous breathing and wheezing; with open mouth and head thrown back; with - child starts up and is on point of suffocating, turns
balck and blue in face - rattling breathing sets in again; after which cough with - suffocation and
paralysis of lungs appear unavoidable": this symptom has been split into meaningful bits.
COUGH - ELONGATED Uvula; from : The original symptom of Kent "COUGH - ELONGATED Uvula; as
from" has 6 remedies: alum, bapt, brom, hyos, merc-i-r, nat-m. Only "alum" and "brom" have
sensation of elongated uvula. The other remedies have actual elongated uvula. You find them in
this rubric. The remedies "alum" and "brom" were moved to "COUGH - ELONGATED Uvula; from sensation of elongated uvula".
COUGH - ELONGATED Uvula; from - sensation of elongated uvula : The original symptom of Kent
"COUGH - ELONGATED Uvula; as from" has 6 remedies: alum, bapt, brom, hyos, merc-i-r, nat-m.
Only "alum" and "brom" have sensation of elongated uvula. The other remedies have actual
elongated uvula. Therefore they were moved to "COUGH - ELONGATED Uvula; from".
COUGH - HACKING - day and night : The original Kent symptom is "COUGH - HACKING - night - and
day".
COUGH - HACKING - weather - cold - wet - agg. : The original Kent symptom is: COUGH - HACKING
- air - chill, during. We suspect Kent meant "in chilly air" because in the Materia Medica we find:
[k2 - Calcarea phosphorica] - In thin, pale, sickly people with dry, hacking cough worse in cold,
damp weather in rheumatic constitutions.
COUGH - IRRITATION; from - Palate; in : The original symptom was: Cough irritation extends to
palate.
COUGH - RACKING : To torment, as by torture
COUGH - REFLECTING agg. : The rubric we find in Boger is "Cough - meditating". We believe
however that in the period Boger lived "meditating" was used in the sense of "reflecting" and not
in the sense "meditation" is used today. Boenninghausen writes "nachdenken" which also means
"reflecting".
COUGH - SHOCKS; from - Heart; of : The remedy "phos h2" was first added here at "COUGH SHOCK; from - Heart; of". This is not very clear. The original symptom is: [h2.de - Phosphorus]
Nach dem Mittag-Essen, Herzstsse, zwei Stunden lang, die sie zum ftern Husten nthigten und
wobei ihr oft Rthe ins Gesicht steigt. (d. 4. T.) "shocks" is a misleading term here because
"Herzstsse" as I understand them are single violent beats of the heart a kind of thumping as
correctly translated by Allen (A1) [a1 - Phosphorus - Heart and pulse] - Thumping of the heart for
two hours after dinner, frequently provoking cough, with redness frequently mounting into the
face(fourth day), [_a1]. (Peter Vint - Germany)
COUGH - STRETCHING - agg. : The original Kent symptom is: COUGH - STRETCHING - followed by
coughing.
COUGH - YAWNING agg. or excites the cough : The act of yawning immediately excites or agg. the
cough. In case both yawning and coughing appear together see the rubric COUGH - ACCOMPANIED
BY - yawning

Expectoration
EXPECTORATION - ASH-COLORED clots; round : This is a mistake by Kent: "spots" should be "clots".
See the texts by Allen and Hering.

Chest
CHEST - AGALACTIA : Absence of or decreased secretion of milk following delivery
CHEST - ANGINA pectoris : Angina as such may indicate throat - inflammation
CHEST - ANGINA pectoris - pseudo angina pectoris : The same as false angina. It is a syndrome
appearing in nervous persons. We see precordial pain, fatigue, and lassitude, without evidence of
organic disease of the heart.
CHEST - CARDIALGIA : Nowadays cardialgia stands for pain in the heart. In the classical texts, such
as a1, hr1, etc., it means much more frequently "heartburn"
CHEST - CAVITIES; tubercular : A cavity, especially a pathological excavation from loss of
pulmonary tissue in tuberculosis.
CHEST - CHICKEN BREAST : Owing to the softness of the ribs, the thorax becomes compressed
laterally, with resulting projection of the sternum; this is the pectus carinatum, or chicken
breast.
CHEST - CHOREA CORDIS : Chorea accompanied by great irregularity of the heart's action.
CHEST - DISCOLORATION - redness - erythematous : Morbid redness of the skin due to capillary
congestion
CHEST - DROPSY - accompanied by - Heart disease; organic : The remedies "apoc k, spig k" were
moved here from the symptom "CHEST - DROPSY - disease, with organic" which was deleted.
CHEST - ENLARGED sensation - Heart : The remedies "acon bg3" and "stroph-s sp1" and the
subrubric "bulging through ribs when lying" were moved here from "CHEST - HYPERTROPHY Heart; of - sensation of". The remedies "bov sf1, lach k, sulph ptk2" were moved here from "MIND
- DELUSIONS - heart - large; too".
CHEST - ERUPTIONS - tetters : Please pay attention: This rubric from B2 has an UNCLEAR /
AMBIGUOUS MEANING. It has been incorporated into Synthesis nevertheless for the following two
reasons: a) to achieve completeness, i.e. in order to incorporate the original source in its
entirety. - The historical reason. b) to make both the symptom and remedies attached to it
available for any kind of future research. - The scientific reason. The original German word is
"Flechten", a term for a pretty unspecific skin disease, that should not be translated as "herpes"
which would imply that our modern medical term is applicable. In most cases these are itching
eruptions. [Peter Vint, Germany]
CHEST - INFLAMMATION - Bronchial tubes - Bronchioles : Inflammation of the smallest bronchial
tubes, the bronchioles. Also called capillary bronchitis.
CHEST - INFLAMMATION - Lungs - low forms : [k2 - Phosphorus] ...in low forms of pneumonia
known as typhoid fever.
CHEST - INFLAMMATION - Lungs - typhoid fever : Pneumonia accompanied by typhoid-like
symptoms (adynamia, sopor, delirium, fever), sometimes also called asthenic pneumonia.
CHEST - MILK - bloody : The remedies of the symptoom: CHEST - MILK - blood; with were move to
CHEST - MILK - bloody.
CHEST - MILK - decreased : Less mik is present since the beginning (>< disappearing !)
CHEST - MILK - disappearing : Normal flow of milk starts disappearing (>< decreased!)
CHEST - MILK - failing to release the milk - fear; from : This means that the milk is produced but
does not come out during nursing.
CHEST - MILK - failing to release the milk - pain; from : This means that the milk is produced but
does not come out during nursing.
CHEST - MILK - flowing spontaneously : When milk flows at an improper time, in a woman who is
breastfeeding.
CHEST - MILK - pregnancy; in women when not related to : Flow of milk is physiologic towards the
end of pregnancy, during breast-feeding, and to some extent, after pregnancy and after
breast-feeding. This symptom galactorrhea should be used, however, for the constant leakage of
milk in conditions different from the above.
CHEST - MILK FEVER : Milk fever is a disease that occurs in dairy cows after calving. It is
characterized in a drop in blood calcium, paralysis etc.
CHEST - MURMURS : Gentle, blowing sound during auscultation All Kent remedies were originally

added here at the general rubric "CHEST - MURMURS". Then two subrubrics were created in
Synthesis: cardiac murmurs and respiratory murmurs. We checked the Kent remedies and they all
refer to cardiac murmurs. That is why we moved them to the more specific subrubric.
CHEST - PAIN - drawing pain - inward : The original Kent symptom is: CHEST - PAIN - drawing pain extending to - before backwards. The meaning of "before backwards" is "inward". In Allen we find:
[a1 - Asterias rubens - Chest] - * Drawing pain towards the inner portion of the chest from before
backward; under the left breast, this pain extends over the whole inner portion of the arm to the
end of the little finger (fifth day), [_a1].
CHEST - PAIN - raw; as if : This rubric includes rawness in trachea and bronchi (Kent)
CHEST - PAIN - Heart - night when lying on the back, amel. by sitting up - bursting pain : The
original Kent symptom is "CHEST - PAIN - bursting - Heart - night when lying on the back, amel. by
sitting up; sensation of. We deleted "sensation of" at the end of the symptom, because "bursting
pain" already is a sensation.
CHEST - PAIN - Heart - accompanied by - respiration; difficult : Original location in Kent:
"Respiration - difficult - heart, during pain in"
CHEST - PAIN - Heart - palpitations - with - burning : The remedy "suprar rly4" belongs in "CHEST PAIN - burning" and "CHEST - PALPITATION of heart". There is no concommitance. ! [rly4 Suprarenalis - Chest] Heart palpitation. Burning pain in the chest. The remedy "kali-c br1" was
moved here from "CHEST - PALPITATIONS of heart - burning in heart, with".
CHEST - PAIN - Heart - extending to - Fingers - left hand; of : MRR1-78-16
CHEST - PAIN - Middle of chest - afternoon - cutting pain : The symptom "Chest - pain - cutting middle amel. p.m.": (mag-c) was deleted because in MM Hahnemann we find "painful cutting,
deep in the middle of the chest,... after dinner till evening": the opposite of what Kent has
mentioned (no amel. !). This symptom is reported in Synthesis as the following: "pain - cutting middle" and " pain - cutting - middle - afternoon".
CHEST - PAIN - Middle of chest - cutting pain : The symptom "Chest - pain - cutting - middle amel.
p.m.": (mag-c) was deleted because in MM Hahnemann we find "painful cutting, deep in the
middle of the chest,... after dinner till evening": the opposite of what Kent has mentioned (no
amel. !). This symptom is reported in Synthesis as the following: "pain - cutting - middle" and "
pain - cutting - middle - afternoon".
CHEST - PAIN - Pleura - intermittent : The rubric "intercurrent" we find in the original mtf11 is not
correct. Dr. Farokh Master says it is a pain that comes and goes, intermittent.
CHEST - PAIN - Ribs - Floating : Floating ribs : the eleventh and twelfth pairs of ribs, not attached
to the breastbone or to other ribs but only to the vertebrae False ribs (= short ribs) : the five
lower ribs on each side of the human body: so called because not directly attached to the
sternum
CHEST - PAIN - Ribs - Lower - right - splinter; as from a : The original symptom was "CHEST - PAIN
- splinter in right lower ribs". But in the MM we see that it is "as from a splinter".
CHEST - PAIN - Ribs - Short : OED (Oxford English Dictionary), vol IX, P. 743, 3rd column: short rib,
(a) a popular name for any of the lower ribs which do not attach to the sternum. A further hint is
that Jahr obviously considered "kurze Ribbe" and "falsche Ribbe" the same. hlb2.de - Alumina]
Brennen in der ganzen rechten Brustseite mit Stechen und Zwngen in einer rechten falschen
Ribbe, Nachmittags 1 Uhr (d. 1. T.). [j7.de - Alumina - Brust und Athem] Wrme in der Mitte der
Brust; Hitze, vorn, fhlbar beim Athmen; Brennen in der rechten Seite, mit Stechen und Zwngen
in einer kurzen Ribbe. A further hint you get from Synthesis or MM you find: CHEST - PAIN aching - Costal cartilages of short ribs CHEST - PAIN - cutting - Costal cartilages of short ribs
CHEST - PAIN - gnawing - Costal cartilages of short ribs CHEST - PAIN - sore, bruised - Costal
cartilages - Short ribs CHEST - PAIN - stitching - Costal cartilages - Short ribs near sternum; of
CHEST - PAIN - tearing - Costal cartilages of short ribs or in the MM [dgt1 - Argentum metallicum]
- of the costal cartilages, especially of the short ribs (with swelling). Now if you look what a
costal cartilage is: cartilago costalis, [TA] costal cartilage: a bar of hyaline cartilage by which
the ventral extremity of a rib is attached to the sternum in the case of the true ribs, or to the
superiorly adjacent ribs in the case of the upper false ribs; called also sternal cartilage. Then you
see that the floating ribs do not have them! A further hint is the fact that in Synthesis there is
not even one superrubric that has both short and false ribs? Ergo short rib = false rib [Peter Vint,

Germany]
CHEST - PAIN - Sides - left - extending to - right - aching : The original Kent symptom is "CHEST PAIN - aching - Sides - extending to - left to right"
CHEST - PAIN - Sides - left - extending to - left - stitching pain : Stitching pain towards left.
CHEST - PAIN - Spot; in a - burning : The original Kent symptom is "CHEST - PAIN - burning - spot; in
a fixed".
CHEST - PALPITATION of heart - irritable heart : Syndrome with palpitation, breathlessness and
giddiness which was noted chiefly in soldiers, in active war service. It could represent prolonged
anxiety or disturbed autonomic function, even if it is typically present in persons who are
physically and emotionally healthy
CHEST - PALPITATION of heart - talking agg. : "Chest - palpitation - talking": plat. has to be moved
to the rubric "... - talking - public; before talking in" (Dr. Jost Knzli, Switzerland)
CHEST - PERSPIRATION - night - midnight : "Chest - perspiration - night - midnight": delete lyc. (Dr.
Jost Knzli, Switzerland)
CHEST - PNEUMOTHORAX : The presence of air of gas in the pleural cavity.
CHEST - SWELLING - Heart - sensation as if : Swelling and enlargement are very similar. The
difference is that swelling is an active process, while enlarged is passive, done. (Erik Van
Woensel, The Netherlands)
CHEST - TUMORS - Axillae - encysted : enclosed in a sac, bladder or cyst
CHEST - HEART; complaints of the - accompanied by - respiration - difficult : Original location in
Kent: "Respiration - difficult - heart - complaints and urinary troubles"
CHEST - RIBS; complaints of - Short ribs : OED (Oxford English Dictionary), vol IX, P. 743, 3rd
column: short rib, (a) a popular name for any of the lower ribs which do not attach to the
sternum. A further hint is that Jahr obviously considered "kurze Ribbe" and "falsche Ribbe" the
same. hlb2.de - Alumina] Brennen in der ganzen rechten Brustseite mit Stechen und Zwngen in
einer rechten falschen Ribbe, Nachmittags 1 Uhr (d. 1. T.). [j7.de - Alumina - Brust und Athem]
Wrme in der Mitte der Brust; Hitze, vorn, fhlbar beim Athmen; Brennen in der rechten Seite,
mit Stechen und Zwngen in einer kurzen Ribbe. A further hint you get from Synthesis or MM you
find: CHEST - PAIN - aching - Costal cartilages of short ribs CHEST - PAIN - cutting - Costal
cartilages of short ribs CHEST - PAIN - gnawing - Costal cartilages of short ribs CHEST - PAIN sore, bruised - Costal cartilages - Short ribs CHEST - PAIN - stitching - Costal cartilages - Short ribs
near sternum; of CHEST - PAIN - tearing - Costal cartilages of short ribs or in the MM [dgt1 Argentum metallicum] - of the costal cartilages, especially of the short ribs (with swelling). Now
if you look what a costal cartilage is: cartilago costalis, [TA] costal cartilage: a bar of hyaline
cartilage by which the ventral extremity of a rib is attached to the sternum in the case of the
true ribs, or to the superiorly adjacent ribs in the case of the upper false ribs; called also sternal
cartilage. Then you see that the floating ribs do not have them! A further hint is the fact that in
Synthesis there is not even one superrubric that has both short and false ribs? Ergo short rib =
false rib [Peter Vint, Germany]

Back
BACK - CURVATURE of spine : Curvature in any direction (vertical or horizontal). (Marc Br)
BACK - CURVATURE of spine - Scheuermann's syndrome : painful dorsal kyphosis in children
BACK - ERUPTIONS - erythema : Morbid redness of the skin due to capillary congestion
BACK - ERUPTIONS - miliaria rubra : Miliaria rubra is a condition resulting from inflammation and
obstruction of the ducts of the sweat glands; the sweat escapes into the epidermis, causing
pruritic erythematous apulovesicles. When used alone "miliaria" refers to "miliaria rubra". This
condition is also called "heat rash" or "pricly heat".
BACK - ERUPTIONS - prickly heat : Miliaria rubra is a condition resulting from inflammation and
obstruction of the ducts of the sweat glands; the sweat escapes into the epidermis, causing
pruritic erythematous apulovesicles. When used alone "miliaria" refers to "miliaria rubra". This
condition is also called "heat rash" or "pricly heat".
BACK - ERUPTIONS - tetters : Please pay attention: This rubric from B2 has an UNCLEAR /
AMBIGUOUS MEANING. It has been incorporated into Synthesis nevertheless for the following two

reasons: a) to achieve completeness, i.e. in order to incorporate the original source in its
entirety. - The historical reason. b) to make both the symptom and remedies attached to it
available for any kind of future research. - The scientific reason. The original German word is
"Flechten", a term for a pretty unspecific skin disease, that should not be translated as "herpes"
which would imply that our modern medical term is applicable. In most cases these are itching
eruptions. [Peter Vint, Germany]
BACK - FIBROSITIS : Excessive growth of fibrous tissue in muscle sheaths, muscular rheumatism
BACK - INJURIES - Spine - railway spine : Neurotic symptoms following spinal injury
BACK - ITCHING - Dorsal region - Scapulae - Between - scratching - agg. - after scratching;
burning : The original Kent symptom "BACK - ITCHING - Dorsal region - Scapulae - Between scratching amel. - burning after" was not correct. It is not "scratching amel." but "burning after
scratching" (see a1 author note).
BACK - LUMBAGO : Pain in the lumbar region, esp. of a muscular type
BACK - PAIN - night - midnight - after - 4 h - waking; on - drawing pain : The original symptom
was "BACK - PAIN - drawing - morning - 4 h on waking"
BACK - PAIN - contracting : The remedies "canth, cocc, mag-m, nux-v and sabad" were moved here
from the symptom "Back - Pain - constringing" because the word "constringe" is rare and means
"to cause to contract, constrict or shrink".
BACK - PAIN - lying - hard; on something - amel. : This is the rubric to take if somebody (animals
or people) always prefer to lie with their back on something hard - even if it's not involved with
pain. Communication by Dr. J. Knzli. (Marc Br)
BACK - PAIN - menses - before - agg. - night - sore : The original Kent symptom is: BACK - PAIN sore - menses - before, agg. at night.
BACK - PAIN - Cervical region - twisting and turning the head; on - burnt; sensation as if : The
remedy "calc k" was moved here from "BACK - PAIN - burning - Cervical region - turning and
twisting head; as if burnt on" because the pain is "as if burnt" and not "burning" (see a1 author
note)
BACK - PAIN - Cervical region - Vertebrae - Articulation of last cervical and first dorsal vertebra :
The remedy "dig" was moved to the subrubric "bending neck forward; on" because the pain only
appears on bending the neck. (see author notes)
BACK - PAIN - Coccyx - stitching pain - startling : The remedy "mur-ac" was moved to "BACK - PAIN
- stitching - Sacral region - startling". Because in Hering we find: [hr1 - Muriaticum acidum - Neck
and back] BACK - PAIN - Dorsal region - bending - backward - amel. - constricting pain : The original Kent
symptom is: "BACK - PAIN - constricting - Dorsal region - sitting, bending back amel., bending
forward agg.". We split this symptom in: BACK - PAIN - constricting - Dorsal region - sitting agg.
BACK - PAIN - constricting - Dorsal region - bending - backward - amel. BACK - PAIN - constricting
- Dorsal region - bending - foreward - agg. (see a1 author note)
BACK - PAIN - Dorsal region - bending - forward - agg. - constricting pain : The original Kent
symptom is: "BACK - PAIN - constricting - Dorsal region - sitting, bending back amel., bending
forward agg.". We split this symptom in: BACK - PAIN - constricting - Dorsal region - sitting agg.
BACK - PAIN - constricting - Dorsal region - bending - backward - amel. BACK - PAIN - constricting
- Dorsal region - bending - foreward - agg. (see a1 author note)
BACK - PAIN - Dorsal region - sitting agg. - constricting pain : The original Kent symptom is: "BACK
- PAIN - constricting - Dorsal region - sitting, bending back amel., bending forward agg.". We split
this symptom in: BACK - PAIN - constricting - Dorsal region - sitting agg. BACK - PAIN - constricting
- Dorsal region - bending - backward - amel. BACK - PAIN - constricting - Dorsal region - bending foreward - agg. (see a1 author note)
BACK - PAIN - Dorsal region - Scapulae - right - anger; after : KR1-79-71
BACK - PAIN - Dorsal region - Scapulae - tearing pain - drawing pain : The remedy "stann h2" was
moved to "BACK - PAIN - drawing - Dorsal region - Scapulae - tearing".
BACK - PAIN - Dorsal region - Scapulae - Below - right - afternoon - 16 h : A1: Painful tearing
between the shoulderblades at 4 P.M.
BACK - PAIN - Dorsal region - Spine - pressing on dorsal vertebra; jerking involuntary when : The
original symptom "Back - pain - jerking - involuntary when pressing on dorsal vertebra": arn. from

Kent has been modified and moved as "Back - pain - dorsal region - spine - pressing on dorsal
vertebra; jerking involuntary when" as "jerking" in this case is not a description of the type of
backache (Peter Vint, Germany)
BACK - PAIN - Lumbar region - motion - agg. : The original rubric is: BACK - PAIN - Lumbar region motion - during.
BACK - PAIN - Lumbar region - pressure - deep - amel. - cutting pain : The way Kent wrote it, the
symptom indicates that pressing deeply ameliorates the pain. This is not correct. It is a deep
cutting pain that ameliorates by pressure. See text by Hahnemann in author note. The remedy
was moved to "BACK - Pain - cutting - Lumbar region - deep inside - amel.".
BACK - PAIN - Lumbar region - stepping agg. - pressing pain : The symptoms "Back - pain - pressing
- lumbar region - stepping - during - ..." etc. were deleted. These subrubrics of stepping are
erroneous. The sequence should be on level 5: "stepping"; "stool before (berb.1K, carb-v.2K);
"stool - during"; "stool - during - hard" and "stool -after"
BACK - PAIN - Lumbar region - extending to - Calves : The original text in Kent is the following :
Back - pain - lumbar, extending to - legs, down the - to calves.
BACK - PAIN - Sacral region - startling - stitching pain : The remedy "mur-ac" was moved here from
the symptom "BACK - PAIN - stitching - Coccyx - startling". Because in Hering we find: [hr1 Muriaticum acidum - Neck and back] BACK - PAIN - Sacroiliac symphyses - extending to - Down region of sciatic nerves - delivery;
during : The original Kent symptom : BACK - PAIN - Sacroiliac symphysis - extending to - Down
region of sciatic nerves - labor; during. In Synthesis we use "delivery" instead of "labor".
BACK - STIFFNESS - cramping : The symptom "Back- stiffness - chill, during - cramp-like": nit-ac. in
Kent: rubric is indented too much to the right, and has become: "stiffness - cramping" (A1:
spasmodic stiffness ...)

Extremities
EXTREMITIES - ACROCYANOSIS : Acrocyanosis: Blueness of the extremities (the hands and feet).
Acrocyanosis is typically symmetrical. It is marked by a mottled blue or red discoloration of the
skin of the fingers and wrists and the toes and ankles and by profuse sweating and coldness of the
fingers and toes.
EXTREMITIES - AGILITY : Agility implies both rapidity and dexterity of movement. The old RR to
"EXTREMITIES - RESTLESSNESS" was replaced by a RR to "GENERALS - AGILITY" because agility
implies both rapidity and dexterity of movement. (sugg. J. Ozanon Forum)
EXTREMITIES - ATAXIA : Lost ability to coordinate muscular movement
EXTREMITIES - ATHETOSIS : Slow recurrent motion of hands and feet, principally due to brain lesion
EXTREMITIES - BLOOD - rush of blood to : The rubric "EXTREMITIES - BLOOD - rush of blood to Limbs" was deleted, because "limbs" and "extremities" are synonymous. The remedy "calc-s k2" is
already present on level 3. (Peter Vint, Germany)
EXTREMITIES - BLOOD - rush of blood to - Hands - hang down agg.; letting arms : The original
Kent rubric is: "EXTREMITIES - BLOOD - rush of blood to - Hands - Arm hanging down". We
modified the rubric because Kent also has "EXTREMITIES - BLOOD - rush of blood to - Fingers letting arm hang down; on".
EXTREMITIES - BLOOD - rush of blood to - Upper limbs : The rubric "Arms" was modified to "Upper
limbs".
EXTREMITIES - CONTRACTION of muscles and tendons - Upper arms - Muscles - Flexor muscles :
The original rubric was "flexor tendon" but because "muscle" is in prolongation of "tendon" we
decided to use "flexor muscles" throughout Synthesis.
EXTREMITIES - CRAMPS - Legs - Calves - lying - agg. : The original Kent symptom is "EXTREMITIES CRAMPS - Leg - Calf - lying - while".
EXTREMITIES - CRAMPS - Toes - Muscles - Flexor muscles : The original rubric was "flexor tendon"
but because "muscle" is in prolongation of "tendon" we decided to use "flexor muscles" throughout
Synthesis.
EXTREMITIES - CRAMPS - Upper limbs - night - midnight - before - waking; on : "Extremities cramps - upper limbs - midnight - on waking": caust must be "... - midnight - before - waking, on"

(Dr. Knzli, Switzerland)


EXTREMITIES - CRIPPLED nails : "Extremities - crippled nails": wrong translation of the German
"verkrppelte Ngel": read German in Hahnemann on graphites, sepia, etc. Error induced by
Hering's translation. The remedies and rubrics were moved to the new rubric "nails - stunted" (Dr.
Jean-Claude Grgoire, Belgium)
EXTREMITIES - DISLOCATION : In this symptom the dislocation has actually taken place; while in
the rubric "DISLOCATION; EASY" dislocation is likely to happen.
EXTREMITIES - DISLOCATION; EASY : In this symptom dislocation is likely to happen; while in the
rubric "DISLOCATION" dislocation has actually taken place.
EXTREMITIES - ERUPTIONS - erythematous : Morbid redness of the skin due to capillary congestion
EXTREMITIES - ERUPTIONS - mud fever : Mud fever is an inflamed and chapped condition of the
skin of the legs and belly of a horse due to irritation from mud, or dryness resulting from washing
off mud-spatters. It is closely related in nature to grease heel. Mud fever may also affect
workers in flooded fields or swamps. According to Chris Day it is the English name for the German
word "Mauke". I.e. an inflammation of the skin of tarsal and/or carpal joint - with swelling, scales
and erythema. This is quite frequent in cold blooded horses such as Friesians.
EXTREMITIES - ERUPTIONS - Elbows - herpes - ringworm : Contagious skin diseases characterized
by ring-shaped, discolored patches covered with scales or vesicles. Kent referred rigworm to
herpes (skin - eruptions - ringworm: see herpes). In Synthesis herpes and ringworm have been
separated.
EXTREMITIES - ERUPTIONS - Elbows - ringworm : Original location: Extremities - Eruptions - Elbow
- herpes - ringworm Contagious skin diseases characterized by ring-shaped, discolored patches
covered with scales or vesicles. Kent referred rigworm to herpes (skin - eruptions - ringworm: see
herpes). In Synthesis herpes and ringworm have been separated.
EXTREMITIES - ERUPTIONS - Feet - tetters : Please pay attention: This rubric from B2 has an
UNCLEAR / AMBIGUOUS MEANING. It has been incorporated into Synthesis nevertheless for the
following two reasons: a) to achieve completeness, i.e. in order to incorporate the original source
in its entirety. - The historical reason. b) to make both the symptom and remedies attached to it
available for any kind of future research. - The scientific reason. The original German word is
"Flechten", a term for a pretty unspecific skin disease, that should not be translated as "herpes"
which would imply that our modern medical term is applicable. In most cases these are itching
eruptions. [Peter Vint, Germany]
EXTREMITIES - ERUPTIONS - Hands - crusty : The remedies have been copied to the symptom:
"EXTREMITIES - CRACKED skin - Hands" as well; as the original symptom was "EXTREMITIES ERUPTIONS - Hand - crusty and full of cracks".
EXTREMITIES - ERUPTIONS - Hands - psoriasis diffusa : A form of psoriasis with more or less
coalescence of the lesions.
EXTREMITIES - ERUPTIONS - Hands - Between thumb and first finger - pimples : The remedy "arn
k" was moved here from "EXTREMITIES - ERUPTIONS - Thumb - Between thumb and index finger pimples"
EXTREMITIES - ERUPTIONS - Knees - tetters : Please pay attention: This rubric from B2 has an
UNCLEAR / AMBIGUOUS MEANING. It has been incorporated into Synthesis nevertheless for the
following two reasons: a) to achieve completeness, i.e. in order to incorporate the original source
in its entirety. - The historical reason. b) to make both the symptom and remedies attached to it
available for any kind of future research. - The scientific reason. The original German word is
"Flechten", a term for a pretty unspecific skin disease, that should not be translated as "herpes"
which would imply that our modern medical term is applicable. In most cases these are itching
eruptions. [Peter Vint, Germany]
EXTREMITIES - ERUPTIONS - Knees - Hollow of knees - tetters : Please pay attention: This rubric
from B2 has an UNCLEAR / AMBIGUOUS MEANING. It has been incorporated into Synthesis
nevertheless for the following two reasons: a) to achieve completeness, i.e. in order to
incorporate the original source in its entirety. - The historical reason. b) to make both the
symptom and remedies attached to it available for any kind of future research. - The scientific
reason. The original German word is "Flechten", a term for a pretty unspecific skin disease, that
should not be translated as "herpes" which would imply that our modern medical term is

applicable. In most cases these are itching eruptions. [Peter Vint, Germany]
EXTREMITIES - ERUPTIONS - Legs - tetters : Please pay attention: This rubric from B2 has an
UNCLEAR / AMBIGUOUS MEANING. It has been incorporated into Synthesis nevertheless for the
following two reasons: a) to achieve completeness, i.e. in order to incorporate the original source
in its entirety. - The historical reason. b) to make both the symptom and remedies attached to it
available for any kind of future research. - The scientific reason. The original German word is
"Flechten", a term for a pretty unspecific skin disease, that should not be translated as "herpes"
which would imply that our modern medical term is applicable. In most cases these are itching
eruptions. [Peter Vint, Germany]
EXTREMITIES - ERUPTIONS - Lower limbs - tetters : Please pay attention: This rubric from B2 has
an UNCLEAR / AMBIGUOUS MEANING. It has been incorporated into Synthesis nevertheless for the
following two reasons: a) to achieve completeness, i.e. in order to incorporate the original source
in its entirety. - The historical reason. b) to make both the symptom and remedies attached to it
available for any kind of future research. - The scientific reason. The original German word is
"Flechten", a term for a pretty unspecific skin disease, that should not be translated as "herpes"
which would imply that our modern medical term is applicable. In most cases these are itching
eruptions. [Peter Vint, Germany]
EXTREMITIES - ERUPTIONS - Thighs - tetters : Please pay attention: This rubric from B2 has an
UNCLEAR / AMBIGUOUS MEANING. It has been incorporated into Synthesis nevertheless for the
following two reasons: a) to achieve completeness, i.e. in order to incorporate the original source
in its entirety. - The historical reason. b) to make both the symptom and remedies attached to it
available for any kind of future research. - The scientific reason. The original German word is
"Flechten", a term for a pretty unspecific skin disease, that should not be translated as "herpes"
which would imply that our modern medical term is applicable. In most cases these are itching
eruptions. [Peter Vint, Germany]
EXTREMITIES - ERUPTIONS - Toes - tetters : Please pay attention: This rubric from B2 has an
UNCLEAR / AMBIGUOUS MEANING. It has been incorporated into Synthesis nevertheless for the
following two reasons: a) to achieve completeness, i.e. in order to incorporate the original source
in its entirety. - The historical reason. b) to make both the symptom and remedies attached to it
available for any kind of future research. - The scientific reason. The original German word is
"Flechten", a term for a pretty unspecific skin disease, that should not be translated as "herpes"
which would imply that our modern medical term is applicable. In most cases these are itching
eruptions. [Peter Vint, Germany]
EXTREMITIES - ERUPTIONS - Upper limbs - erythematous : Morbid redness of the skin due to
capillary congestion
EXTREMITIES - ERUPTIONS - Upper limbs - pimples - head; with a black depressed : "Extremities eruptions - upper limbs - pimples - head, black, with depressed": was replaced by "... - head; with
a black depressed" (See A1: calc-s.). This description involves the head of the pimple.
EXTREMITIES - ERUPTIONS - Upper limbs - urticaria : Slightly elevated patches, usually whiter than
the surrounding skin, with severe itching The difference between erythema and urticaria has not
always been clearly made in the old days. That is why some remedies which should be present
under "Erythema", may be found under "Urticaria" even if this is considered a very different
condition nowadays
EXTREMITIES - FELON : Purulent infection of the distal phalanx of the finger, including paronychia
and onychia
EXTREMITIES - FELON - Nail; beginning in : Purulent infection of the tissues lateral to the
fingernail
EXTREMITIES - FELON - Nail; beginning in - runaround : Paronychia progressing from one side of
the nail, around the base and to the other side of the nail
EXTREMITIES - FELON - Root of nail; at : Inflammation of matrix of nail
EXTREMITIES - GANGLION : Cystic tumour of an aponeurosis or tendon
EXTREMITIES - HARDNESS - Hands - Skin : The remedy "petr" was moved here from the rubric
"EXTREMITIES - HARDNESS - Hand - Tissue" which was deleted.
EXTREMITIES - HEAT - Feet - Soles - evening - wine; after : "Extremities - heat - foot - sole evening - after lying down - wine": psor in Kent: this rubric is indented too much to the right, and

has been corrected in Synthesis as "... - evening - wine; after" (See A1)
EXTREMITIES - HEAT - Hands - chill - during : The Kent symptom "EXTREMITIES - HEAT - Hand - cold
- during" was deleted because when we check the remedies in EH we find it is "chill; during". (see
author notes). The remedies were moved to this rubric.
EXTREMITIES - HEAT - Hands - chilliness; during : The Kent symptom "EXTREMITIES - HEAT - Hand cold - internal cold; during" was deleted because when we check the remedies in EH we find it is
"internal chilliness". (see author notes). The remedies were moved to this rubric.
EXTREMITIES - INFLAMMATION - Feet - Ringbone : A pathological bony growth on the pastern
bones of a horse, many times it causes lameness
EXTREMITIES - INFLAMMATION - Joints - synovitis : Synovitis: the inflammation of synovial
membranes
EXTREMITIES - INFLAMMATION - Knees - Bursae : Inflammation of the bursa in front of the patella,
with fluid accumulating in it. This is also called the "housemaid's knee".
EXTREMITIES - ISCHIAS : Pain along the nervus ischiadicus. In the old texts ischias (or ischialgia) is
sometimes used for pain at the ischium (hip bone), or more precisely at the tuber ischiadicum.
EXTREMITIES - JERKING - Legs - motion - amel. : "Extremities - jerking - leg - lying on the back,
while - motion amel.": carb-v. in Kent: rubric is indented too much to the right, and has become:
"... - leg - motion amel." (see A1: ...jerkings in both lower legs: .. unable to lie still...")
EXTREMITIES - JERKING - Upper limbs - cold air agg. : "Extremities - jerking - upper limbs - air, in
windy weather": sulph. This strange symptom arises from the awkward expression in Hering: "...
in air, during windy, cold weather, jerkings ..." The symptom has been deleted as such and
sulphur was added to "... - cold air, in" and ... - wind; in cold".
EXTREMITIES - JERKING - Upper limbs - wind agg.; cold : "Extremities - jerking - upper limbs - air,
in windy weather": sulph. This strange symptom arises from the awkward expression in Hering:
"... in air, during windy, cold weather, jerkings ..." The symptom has been deleted as such and
sulphur was added to "... - cold air, in" and ... - wind; in cold".
EXTREMITIES - MILK LEG : Phlebitis of the femoral vein with colorless swelling of the leg
EXTREMITIES - MOTION - Thumb - convulsive : The original Kent symptom: EXTREMITIES - MOTION Fingers - Thumb - convulsive. In Synthesis "Thumb" is not a subrubric of "Fingers".
EXTREMITIES - ONYCHOPHAGY : Habit of biting the nails
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - clawing : The subrubrics of "EXTREMITIES - CLAWING" were moved here
because they are "pain rubrics".
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - cut with a sharp instrument; as if slightly : The original word "Ritzen" means
to make a small incision, like you might do when you cut yourself and this results in a small
incision in the skin. [Peter Vint, Germany] Most subrubrics were first added at "EXTREMITIES PAIN - scratching" but this is not correct.
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - lying - agg. - Side lain on : The original Kent symptom is "EXTREMITIES - PAIN
- lain on".
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - lying - Side lain on - sore : The original Kent symptom is "EXTREMITIES - PAIN
- sore - lying - on which he lies; in the limb.
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - motion - continued motion - amel. - sore : "Extremities - pain - sore motion - continued - amel.": nat-ar. has to be moved to the rubric "... - motion - continued": read
K2 and HR1 (Henk van Munster, Netherlands)
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Ankles - extending to - Heels - shooting pain : The original rubric is
"EXTREMITIES - PAIN - shooting - Ankle - Heels; over the.
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Feet - alternating sides : The original text was: "alternately in each".
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Fingers - First - Extensor muscle - drawing pain : The original rubric was
"extensor tendon" but because "muscle" is in prolongation of "tendon" we decided to use "extensor
muscles" throughout Synthesis.
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Fingers - Joints - Distal - tearing pain : In Kent we find "Extremities - pain tearing - fingers - joints of - first" with the remedies "agar, brom, kali-i, lyc, mag-c and zinc".
Knzli misinterpreted the first joint as the distal joint and added a note saying that the remedies
"agar, lyc, mag-c and zinc" were not to be included here. Knzli was wrong because according to
medical dictionaries the first joint is the proximal joint and the third joint the distal joint.
Synthesis 8 has been modified accordingly. The remedies "agar, lyc, mag-c and zinc" should be

under proximal joints and not under distal joints.


EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Fingers - Joints - Proximal - tearing pain : In Kent we find "Extremities pain - tearing - fingers - joints of - first" with the remedies "agar, brom, kali-i, lyc, mag-c and
zinc". Knzli misinterpreted the first joint as the distal joint and added a note saying that the
remedies "agar, lyc, mag-c and zinc" were not to be included here. Knzli was wrong because
according to medical dictionaries the first joint is the proximal joint and the third joint the distal
joint. Synthesis 8 has been modified accordingly. The remedies "agar, lyc, mag-c and zinc" should
be under proximal joints and not under distal joints.
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Fingers - Muscles - Extensor muscles - tearing pain : The original rubric was
"extensor tendon" but because "muscle" is in prolongation of "tendon" we decided to use "extensor
muscles" throughout Synthesis.
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Fingers - Tendons, flexor : Because "muscle" is in prolongation of "tendon"
we decided to use "flexor muscles" throughout Synthesis.
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Hands - alternating sides - tearing pain : The original text was: "alternately
in each".
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Hands - extending to - Larynx and back to hand - stitching pain : The
original Kent symptom is "EXTREMITIES - PAIN - stitching - Hand - shifting - larynx and back to
hand; to".
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Hands - Muscles - Extensor muscles - tearing pain : The original rubric was
"extensor tendons" but because "muscle" is in prolongation of "tendon" we decided to use
"extensor muscles" throughout Synthesis.
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Hips - lying - side; on - painful side - agg. : The original symptom is:
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Hip - lying - hip, on.
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Hips - extending to - Foot - tearing pain : "Extremities - pain - tearing - hip extending - of foot": was corrected as "... - extending to - foot" (H and HR1)
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Hips - extending to - Knee - tearing pain : "Extremities - pain - tearing - hip
- extending - knee" is ambiguous and was corrected as "... - extending to - knee" (H, HR1)
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Joints - gouty - left - extending to - right : The original Kent symptom is:
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Joints - gouty - extending to - left to right.
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Knees - alternating sides - aching : The original text was: "alternately in
each".
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Knees - alternating sides - drawing pain : The original text was: "alternately
in each".
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Knees - alternating sides - sore : The original text was: "alternately in each".
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Knees - bending - agg. : The remedies "oci-sa sk4, phys k" were moved here
from the rubric "EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Knee - flexing limb"
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Knees - bending - amel. : The original Kent rubric was: "EXTREMITIES - PAIN Knee - flexing limb - amel."
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Knees - extending limb : To straighten out a flexed limb of the body
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Knees - extending limb - amel. : To straighten out a flexed limb of the body
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Knees - stretching - agg. : To cause in the body or limbs a reach out to full
length
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Knees - stretching - amel. : To cause in the body or limbs a reach out to full
length
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Knees - stretching - desire to stretch : To cause in the body or limbs a reach
out to full length
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Legs - tearing pain - convulsive : "Extremities - pain - tearing - leg convulsive": for lyc. this symptom should be "... - leg - jerking" (see MM H)(Dr. Jost Knzli,
Switzerland)
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Legs - Bones - Tibia - Spots; in : The original Kent symptom is "spots,
painful", but because pain is already mentioned on level 2, we changed the rubric to "spots; in".
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Lower limbs - Sciatic nerve - extending to - Knee - Hip to knee; from :
Original location in Kent: "... - sciatica - hip to knee"
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Scapulohumeral region : "scapulohumeral" involves scapula, shoulder and
arm.

EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Spots; in - sore : The original Kent symptom was: "spots here and there". But
it was changed to "spots; in" because of streamlining.
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Thighs - stretching - limbs - agg. - sprained; as if : "Extremities - pain sprained, as if - thigh - stretching out limbs, on": for caps. this symptom should be "... - thigh abduction, on" (Dr. Jost Knzli, Switzerland)
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Thighs - walking - agg. - burning : "Extremities - pain - burning - thigh walking, while": ph-ac. should be moved to "... - thigh - walking, while - amel." (See MM H) (Dr.
Jost Knzli, Switzerland)
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Thighs - Knees; above - evening - tearing pain : "Extremities - pain - tearing
- thigh - above the knee - evening": mag-m. should be moved to the rubric "... - evening - bed, in"
(Dr. Jost Knzli, Switzerland)
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Thumbs - Joints - Distal - drawing pain : The original symptom was :
"EXTREMITIES - PAIN - drawing - Thumb - Joints - second" Because the thumb only has 2 joints, the
second joint is the distal joint.
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Thumbs - Joints - Distal - stitching pain : Thumb only has two joints:
proximal and distal.
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Toes - frozen previously : original Kent symptom is EXTREMITIES - PAIN Toes - frozen formerly
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Toes - First - evening - motion agg. - stitching pain : In Knzli on page 956
we find: (non 18: on motion: phos) The reference 18 stands for Knzli. So in Sy. we only keep "kl,
xxx" as authors.
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Toes - First - Extensor muscle - tearing pain : The original rubric was
"extensor tendon" but because "muscle" is in prolongation of "tendon" we decided to use "extensor
muscles" throughout Synthesis.
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Toes - Fourth - extending to - Hip : Stomach meridian draws a line over the
lower limb from the fourth toe to the hip.
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Upper arms - night - lying on upper arm agg. : The original Kent symptom is
"EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Upper arm - night - lying on it".
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Upper arms - exertion agg. - tearing pain : Original Kent symptom:
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - tearing - Upper arm - work agg.
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Upper arms - extending the arm - agg. - sore : To straighten out a flexed
limb of the body
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Upper arms - motion - agg. - burning - pricking : The original Kent symptom
is "EXTREMITIES - PAIN - buring - Upper arm - pricking on motion".
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Upper arms - raising arm agg. - broken; as if : The original Kent symptom is
"EXTREMITIES - PAIN - broken, sensation as if - Upper arm - raising it, on".
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Upper arms - stretching - arm - agg. - sore : To cause in the body or limbs a
reach out to full length Original Kent symptom: EXTREMITIES - PAIN - sore - Upper arm stretching limb agg.
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Upper arms - uncovering arm agg. - tearing pain : Original Kent symptom:
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - tearing - Upper arms - uncovering it
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Upper limbs - right - and - left lower limb : HR1 mentions asc-t. should be
added to "... upper limb - right - and left lower limb" but also to "... - left - and right lower limb".
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Upper limbs - left - and right lower limb : HR1 mentions asc-t. should be
added to "... upper limb - right - and left lower limb" but also to "... - left - and right lower limb".
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Upper limbs - extending them : To straighten out a flexed limb of the body
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Upper limbs - stretching - agg. : To cause in the body or limbs a reach out to
full length
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Wrists - alternating sides : Original Kent symptom: EXTREMITIES - PAIN Wrist - alternately in one or the other
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Wrists - alternating sides - stitching pain : The original text was:
"alternately in each".
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Wrists - extending to - Fingers - First finger - burning : Original Kent
symptom: EXTREMITIES - PAIN - burning - Wrist - extending to - Finger; first
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Wrists - extending to - Fingers - First finger - Thumb; and - burning :

Original Kent symptom: EXTREMITIES - PAIN - burning - Wrist - extending to - Finger; first Thumb; and
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Wrists - extending to - Fingers - Fourth finger - burning : Original Kent
symptom: EXTREMITIES - PAIN - burning - Wrist - extending to - Fourth finger
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Wrists - extending to - Fingers - Third and fourth fingers - hanging down
arm; on - sprained; as if : In the Materia Medica we find "fourth and fifth fingers". But in modern
English we speak of the thumb and four fingers. Webster's clearly states "first finger = index
finger = forefinger". Therefore we modified "fourth and fifth" into "third and fourth" in Synthesis.
Original Kent symptom: EXTREMITIES - PAIN - sprained, as if - Wrist - extending to - Fingers; into
third and fourth - hanging down arm; on
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Wrists - extending to - Upward - stitching pain : Original Kent symptom:
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - stitching - Wrist - upward
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Wrists - extending to - Upward - Shoulders - stitching pain : EXTREMITIES PAIN - stitching - Wrist - upward - Shoulder
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Wrists - Radial side : On the side of the radius, the outer and shorter of the
two bones of the forearm.
EXTREMITIES - PAIN - Wrists - Ulnar side : Kent put as synonym : "outer side". This is not correct.
The ulna is the inner and larger of the two bones of the forearm on the opposite side of the
thumb. You have to consider the arms with palms facing up.
EXTREMITIES - PARALYSIS - rising - agg. : "Extremities - paralysis - rising - agg.": for phos. this
symptom should be "... - rising - amel." (Dr. Jost Knzli, Switzerland)
EXTREMITIES - RAISED - Shoulders : The remedy "ferr k" was moved to "EXTREMITIES - RAISED Upper arm - impossible to raise". [h1 - Ferrum metallicum] - Shooting and tearing in the upper
arm proceeding from the shoulder-joint, so that he could not raise the arm. We also find "ferr k"
in "EXTREMITIES - PAIN - tearing - Shoulder - raise arm; cannot".
EXTREMITIES - RAISED - Shoulders - dyspnea, with : The Kent remedy "ant-c" was moved to
"RESPIRATION - DIFFICULT - accompanied by - Shoulders; raised" and the Kent remedy "eup-per"
was moved to "RESPIRATION - DIFFICULT - lying - head; with the - high - must lie with head and
shoulders high".
EXTREMITIES - RAYNAUD'S DISEASE : Vasomotoric disease with attacks of sudden coldness,
capillary congestion and possibly blue swelling of the extremities
EXTREMITIES - SOFT - Feet - Soles - sensation of : The original Kent symptom is "Extremities - Soft,
sensation of soles". In Synthesis the rubric was moved under "Foot".
EXTREMITIES - SPAVIN : Disease of horses with as symptom the deposit of bone (bone spavin)
developped in the hock joint. Usually it causes lameness
EXTREMITIES - SPINA VENTOSA : Spina ventosa, a true dactylitis occurring mostly in infants and
young children, characterized by enlargement of the fingers or toes, with caseation,
sequestration, and sinus formation.
EXTREMITIES - STIFFNESS - Feet - rising - sitting; from - agg. : "Extremities - stiffness - foot rising after sitting": caps. should be deleted (Dr. Jost Knzli, Switzerland)
EXTREMITIES - STIFFNESS - Hands - holding anything : "Extremities - stiffness - hand - holding
anything" nit-ac. should be moved to "... -hand - grasping"(See MM H) (Dr. Jost Knzli,
Switzerland)
EXTREMITIES - SUPPURATION - Fingers - First - Nail; around : The original symptom in Kent is:
Suppuration - Fingers - nails - of first finger. This is not correct for remedy "nat-s". The
suppuration is around all fingers not only the first. Therefore the remedy "nat-s" was moved to
"EXTREMITIES - SUPPURATION - Fingers - Nails - Around".
EXTREMITIES - TREMBLING - metabolic causes; from : Tremors of metabolic origin may be fine or
irregularly coarse or flapping . It is chiefly found in hyperthyroidism, hepatic renal and
respiratory failure.
EXTREMITIES - TREMBLING - reflecting agg. : The original Kent rubric is "EXTREMITIES - TREMBLING
- meditating, while". We believe that in the period Kent was alive, "meditating" was used in the
sense of "reflecting" and not in the sense "meditation" is used today.
EXTREMITIES - TREMBLING - Hands - dinner - during - agg. : "Extremities - trembling - hand dinner - during": mag-m. should be moved to "... - dinner - after" (See MM H) (Dr. Jost Knzli,

Switzerland)
EXTREMITIES - TREMBLING - Hands - holding objects - hold of anything; on taking : There is a
difference between "take hold of" which means "taking" and "to hold" which means "to take and
keep with the hands".
EXTREMITIES - TREMBLING - Hands - holding objects - holding objects; on : There is a difference
between "take hold of" which means "taking" and "to hold" which means "to take and keep with
the hands".
EXTREMITIES - TWITCHING - Forearms - morning - walking agg.; after : "Extremities - twitching forearm - morning - walking, after": for puls. this symptom should be "... - morning - waking,
after" (Dr. Jost Knzli, Switzerland)
EXTREMITIES - WALKING - gressus gallinaceous : Walking like a bird.
EXTREMITIES - WALKING - gressus vaccinus : Walking like a cow.
EXTREMITIES - WEAKNESS - Upper limbs - paralytic : The remedies "ph-ac h2, stann h2" were
moved to this rubric "EXTREMITIES - WEAKNESS - Upper limbs - paralytic". Because "motion paralytic" was indented incorrectly. (Robert Shore, USA)
EXTREMITIES - WITHERED : The remedy "phyt a1" was moved here from the rubric "EXTREMITIES WITHERED - Limbs" which was deleted because "limbs" and "extremities" are synonymous.
EXTREMITIES - NAILS; complaints of - exfoliation of nails : Nails are coming off in scales or layers
EXTREMITIES - NAILS; complaints of - stunted nails : "Extremities - crippled nails": wrong
translation of the German "verkrppelte Ngel": read German in Hahnemann on graphites, sepia,
etc. Error induced by Hering's translation. The remedies and rubrics were moved to the new
rubric "nails - stunted" (Dr. Jean-Claude Grgoire, Belgium)

Sleep
SLEEP - COMA VIGIL : A state of muttering delirium in which the person is lethargic and partly
conscious, yet never actually sleeping or completely comatose.
SLEEP - CONSCIOUS sleep : Asleep but aware of one's surroundings.
SLEEP - DREAMING : The subrubrics of "SLEEP - DREAMING" contain the modalities of dream. For the
contents of the dreams look under "DREAMS".
SLEEP - FALLING ASLEEP - chill - during : "Sleep - chill, during" has been modified and moved to a
more logical "Sleep - falling asleep - chill - during"
SLEEP - FALLING ASLEEP - convulsions - during : "Sleep - convulsion, during" has been modified
and moved to a more logical "Sleep - falling asleep - convulsion - during"
SLEEP - FALLING ASLEEP - heat - during : "Sleep - heat - sleeps during heat": has been modified
and moved to a more logical "falling asleep - heat - during", which in the original Kent (heat,
during, in intermittent) contains almost the same remedies.
SLEEP - FALLING ASLEEP - perspiration - during : "Sleep - perspiration, during" has been modified
and moved to a more logical "Sleep - falling asleep - perspiration - during"
SLEEP - POSITION - abdomen, on - pregnancy; during : = ... - pregnancy - beginning of pregnancy;
only on
SLEEP - SLEEPINESS - exertion - agg. : This is the physical exertion. For mental exertion see:
"SLEEP - SLEEPINESS - mental exertion - from"
SLEEP - SLEEPINESS - walking - air; in open - agg. : P. Salan informed us that the remedy "ars"
should be replaced by "ars-met". Therefore we added "slp, xxx" to the remedy "ars" and "slp" to
the remedy "ars-met".
SLEEP - SLEEPLESSNESS - night - midnight - before - morning; until : "Sleep - sleeplessness - night
- midnight - before - morning, towards": ambiguity existed for this rubric: was it the wrong
position of the symptom indicating "sleeplessness towards the morning", or was it meant to be
"sleeplessness from before midnight until (towards) the morning". Searching for the indicated
remedies of the rubric shows that the latter possibility emerges from the Materia Medica, mostly
from Hering, as for: ant-t., psor., ... The rubric has therefore been changed to "sleeplessness night - midnight - before - morning; until".
SLEEP - SLEEPLESSNESS - eyes - close; from sensation as if eyes will not : As can be seen in a2,
the phrasing in Synthesis "SLEEP - SLEEPLESSNESS - eyes - close the eyes; will not" must be wrong.

[a2 - Phosphorus - Sleep] - Sleeplessness; ....for a long time after waking in evening and night; till
1 A.M. on account of restlessness, also he cannot get his feet warm; from 1 till 4 A.M. ; on
account of a feeling as if eyes would not close but had to be kept closed with the hands and
turned about in head; ....... Therefore the symptom was modified to: "SLEEP - SLEEPLESSNESS eyes - close; from sensation as if eyes will not" (Erik Van Woensel - The Netherlands)
SLEEP - SLEEPLESSNESS - fever - asthenic fever; during : Fever characterized by weakness or
feebleness.
SLEEP - SLEEPLESSNESS - itching; from - tetters : Please pay attention: This rubric from B2 has an
UNCLEAR / AMBIGUOUS MEANING. It has been incorporated into Synthesis nevertheless for the
following two reasons: a) to achieve completeness, i.e. in order to incorporate the original source
in its entirety. - The historical reason. b) to make both the symptom and remedies attached to it
available for any kind of future research. - The scientific reason. The original German word is
"Flechten", a term for a pretty unspecific skin disease, that should not be translated as "herpes"
which would imply that our modern medical term is applicable. In most cases these are itching
eruptions. [Peter Vint, Germany]
SLEEP - YAWNING - coughing - causes cough : Remedies have been moved to the rubric "COUGH YAWNING agg. or excites the cough"

Dreams
DREAMS : This chapter only describes the contents of the dreams. For the modalities look under
"SLEEP - DREAMING ....".
DREAMS - ABORIGINAL people - Maori : People native to New Zealand, of Polynesian origin.
DREAMS - BLOOD - spitting blood : The remedies "hep k, meph k, phos j5" were moved from
"Dreams - disease - hemoptysis" to "Dreams - hemoptysis. In Kent we find ""hep and meph" under :
Dreams - disease - spitting blood.
DREAMS - BURNING tinder or sulphur; dreams of smelling : Tinder is readily inflammable
substance, such as touchwood
DREAMS - COCKROACHES - trousers; in her : The original rubric was "pants; in her" but we think in
this rubric the meaning of "pants" = "trousers".
DREAMS - DIRT - wading in dirt : The original German text is : "Trume - vom Gehen im Kothe".
"Kothe" means "... any liquid uncleanness, which in lower language is called dirt. .... especially
when it lies on the streets or roads; this in the old days included excrements. This is why the
remedy "iod j5" was formerly added to "Dreams - wading - excrements; in" and in "Dreams excrements - wading in excrements.
DREAMS - DISGUSTED; being - wading in dirt : The symptom "Dreams - disgusting - wading in
excrements (= mud) was changed to "wading in dirt" because the original word "Kothe" found in
Jahr means " any liquid or formerly liquid uncleanness, especially when it lies on the streets or
roads ... in former days including excrements". (Peter Vint , Germany)
DREAMS - ESCAPING : The first meaning of "escape" is to break loose, get free as in escape from
prison. The second meaning is to get away from or flee from danger, pursuit etc.
DREAMS - EXCREMENTS - wading in excrements : "Dreams - excrements - wading in excrements"
The remedy "iod j5" was deleted and moved to "dirt - wading in dirt" because the original word
"Kothe" found in Jahr means " any liquid or formerly liquid uncleanness, especially when it lies on
the streets or roads ... ". (Peter Vint , Germany)
DREAMS - FLEEING : To flee means to run away from or escape from pursuit, danger,
unpleasantness etc.
DREAMS - FOOD - disgusting : Revolting was changed to disgusting.
DREAMS - HEMOPTYSIS : The remedies "hep k, meph k, phos j5" were moved here from "Dreams disease - hemoptysis". In Kent we find them under : Dreams - disease - spitting blood.
DREAMS - INSECTS - trousers; in her : The original rubric was "pants; in her" but we think in this
rubric the meaning of "pants" = "trousers".
DREAMS - REFLECTING during dreams : The rubric we find in Boger is "Dreams - with meditation".
We believe however that in the period Boger lived "meditating" was used in the sense of
"reflecting" and not in the sense "meditation" is used today. Boenninghausen writes

"nachdenkliche Trume" which also means "reflecting during dreams" and "Trume mit
berlegung" which means the same.
DREAMS - MEN - feminine : The remedy "coca-c sk4" was moved here from "DREAMS - MAN feminine looking"
DREAMS - PICNICS - disgusting food; with : Revolting was changed to disgusting.
DREAMS - POISONED, being : The remedies "kreos k, nat-m k, oci k" were moved here from the
symptom "Dreams - disease - poisoning" because in Kent on p. 1242 we find : "Dreams - poisoned;
being". Also the remedies "chr-ac a1, kali-n a1" were moved here. (see author notes)
DREAMS - RELOCATION; of : The remedies "galla quercina ruber" and "inachis io" were moved here
from "DREAMS - MOVING; of" because the meaning of moving in this context is "relocation".
DREAMS - SMELLING something - tinder; burning : Readily inflammable substance, such as
touchwood
DREAMS - TEETH - breaking off : Symbolically, relates to loss of aggressive force, defense, vital
energy, self-confidence.
DREAMS - THROAT - closing; that the throat is : The original symptom "DREAMS - THROAT grows
up" was modified because the meaning was not clear enough.
DREAMS - TORNADOES on the sea : DREAMS - WATERSPOUTS
DREAMS - VIVID - lurid : Vivid in a harsh or shocking way

Chill
CHILL - CHILL in general : This chapter indicates chillines related to a disease. Constitutionally
cold-blooded persons are represented in the rubric Generals - heat - lack of heat
CHILL - ONE SIDE : The symptoms "CHILL - SIDES, one-sided - side - lies; on which he" and "CHILL SIDES; one-sides - lain on; not" were modified to "CHILL - SIDE lain on" and "CHILL - SIDE not lain
on"
CHILL - AFTERNOON - 15 h - 15-3 h : The subrubric "tertian" was deleted and the remedy "canth"
moved here. See author notes.
CHILL - EVENING - eating - while - agg. : "Chill - evening - eating - while": con. should be moved to
"... - eating - after"(See MM H) (Dr. Jost Knzli, Switzerland)
CHILL - BEGINNING in - Stomach - Pit of : The original rubric "scrobiculus cordis" was modified to
"pit of stomach" because the original German word "Herzgrube" = "Magengrube" = "Scrobiculus
cordis" = "Fossa epigastrica" = Pit of stomach" (Peter Vint - Germany)
CHILL - QUARTAN : Intermittent fever where the paroxysms reccur every third day
CHILL - SWALLOWING agg. : "Chill - suppressed - swallowing agg" for merc-c. was changed into
"CHILL - swallowing agg."
CHILL - WARM - room - not amel. in warm room nor by a warm stove : The original Kent symptom
is "CHILL - WARM - room - amel. - not amel. in warm room nor by a warm stove"
CHILL - WARM - stove - not amel. : Original symptom: Chill - warm - bed - not amel. - heat of
stove; not amel. by

Fever
FEVER - FEVER, heat in general : This chapter indicates heat related to a disease. Constitutionally
warm-blooded persons are represented in the rubric Generals - heat - sensation of
FEVER - AFTERNOON - 15 h : The symptom in Kent "Fever - afternoon - 5 p.m." (acon. coff. ferr.
lyc. nicc. sang.) is a misprint and should read 3 p.m. which in Synthesis is 15 h. The correct rubric
"... - 17 h (5 p.m.) (con. kali-c. kali-n. ...) is listed under evening in Kent, but has been moved to
afternoon as well in Synthesis.
FEVER - ALTERNATING with - shivering : The Kent remedies "bry, cocc, dros, ip, nux-v, plat, acon,
bell, calc, kali-bi" were moved here from "FEVER - SHIVERING, with - alternating with heat".
FEVER - APYREXIA : The absence or intermission of fever
FEVER - ASCENDING agg. : FEVER - ASCENDING or DESCENDING applies to "sensation of heat
extending upwards or downwards", not to ascending or descending temperature.
FEVER - BLACKWATER fever : Complication of malaria tropica, with strong hemolysis, followed by

hemoglobinuria, often with acute renal failure.


FEVER - CEREBROSPINAL fever : Fever during cerebrospinal meningitis
FEVER - CONSTANTLY HIGH TEMPERATURE : If a constantly high temperature is meant, without
implying the disease typhoid fever, rather use the rubric "constantly high fever". Fever does not
vary more than 1 C in 24 hours.
FEVER - CONTINUED fever : Typhus (fever) and typhoid (fever) were not clearly distinguished until
the causative micro-organisms were isolated in the late 1800's. Typhus fever indicated continued
or remittent fever, whereas typhoid fever pointed to a higher, continued fever. Nowadays
continued fever is a synoym for typhoid fever. Rubrics have been moved to typhoid fever or to
typhus fever if the distinction was clear. Avoid making additions at continued fever to minimize
ambiguity. If a constantly high temperature is meant, without implying typhoid fever, rather use
the rubric "constantly high fever". (Researched with the help of Dr. Pierre Salan, France)
FEVER - DESCENDING agg. : FEVER - ASCENDING or DESCENDING applies to "sensation of heat
extending upwards or downwards", not to ascending or descending temperature.
FEVER - HEAT - internally; only : The remedy "cic c1" was moved to "FEVER - INTERNAL heat".
FEVER - HEAT - radiating : Sensation as if the heat was radiating.
FEVER - HECTIC FEVER : Of, relating to, or being a fever that fluctuates during the day, as in
tuberculosis or septicemia. Consuming or emaciating fever.
FEVER - INTENSE heat : Fever more than 39 degrees C.
FEVER - INTENSE heat - constant : If a constantly high temperature is meant, without implying the
disease typhoid fever, rather use the rubric "intense heat -constant". Fever does not vary more
than 1 C in 24 hours.
FEVER - INTERMITTENT : A malarial fever or other fever in which there is complete apyrexia, with
absence of the other symptoms, in the intervals between the paroxysms. The fever disappears
and recurs during the same disease, while in recurrent fever it is the disease that recurs. Regular
rhythm, below 37 deg. C or normal during the day
FEVER - INTERMITTENT - liver; with enlarged : "Liver-cake" means "enlarged liver", especially in
intermittent fevers.
FEVER - INTERMITTENT - masked : The nature of the disorder is masked by the presence of
unrelated signs, symptoms, organisms, etc. In c1 we find: ..... "dumb-ague," i.e. , ill-defined
paroxysms of aching and fever following severe malarial fevers. In al4 we find: .... Arsenicum is
probably more often indicated than any other remedy, in the so-called "dumb ague," "masked
intermittent," so often met with after abuse of Quinine.
FEVER - INTERMITTENT - spleen; with enlarged : Ague cake: an enlargement of the spleen
produced by ague.
FEVER - LOW FEVER : Low fever can mean "the opposite of high fever" and then you look for the
remedies under Fever. Low fever can also mean "fever with great weakness" and then the
remedies are under "GENERALS - WEAKNESS - fever - during".
FEVER - QUARTAN FEVER : Intermittent fever where the paroxysms reccur every first and fourth
day, so every three days
FEVER - RELAPSING : The disease recurs also called relapsing fever.
FEVER - REMITTENT : A severe form of malarial fever during which there are temporary remissions
or periods of abatement of the symptoms; the new paroxysm occurring before the symptoms have
entirely disappeared. Fever varies more than 1.5 to 2 deg. C, and never reaches normal
FEVER - SHIVERING; with : Shivering indicates visible shaking or trembling ( in this symptom during
the heat stage of fever). Shivering does not equal to the chilly stage of fever, which in the first
place indicates a feeling of coldness (with or without shivering).
FEVER - TERTIAN : Occuring every first and third day, so on alternate days
FEVER - TYPHOID FEVER : Original location: 1FEVER - Continued - abdominal An acute infectious
disease caused by Salmonella typhi and acquired by ingesting food or water contaminated by
excreta. It is characterized by continued, high fever, intestinal disorders, etc. Formerly almost
any high, continued fever was considered to be typhoid. Also, some authors considered typhoid to
be a kind of typhus fever. (Researched with the help of Dr. Pierre Salan, France)
FEVER - TYPHOID FEVER - hemorrhagic : Original location: 1FEVER - Continued - hemorrhagic Fatal
variety of typhoid fever with hemorrhage from the mouth, bowels and kidneys.

FEVER - TYPHUS FEVER : An acute infectious disease caused by various rickettsiae and transmitted
to people by the bite of fleas, lice, etc. The fever is associated with great prostration and
dullness. Formerly almost any high fever with great prostration was considered to be typhus.
(Researched with the help of Dr. Pierre Salan, France)
FEVER - TYPHUS FEVER - accompanied by - Bones; sensitive : Original location: FEVER - continued
fever - typhus fever with swelled parotid glands and sensitive bones
FEVER - TYPHUS FEVER - accompanied by - Parotid gland; swollen : Original location: FEVER continued fever - typhus fever with swelled parotid glands and sensitive bones
FEVER - TYPHUS FEVER - petechial : Original location: 1FEVER - Continued - petechial

Perspiration
PERSPIRATION - NIGHT - waking; on : "Perspiration - night - waking, on": delete hep. from this
rubric (Dr. Jost Knzli, Switzerland)
PERSPIRATION - COLD : "Perspiration - cold": lac-ac was replaced by lac-c.: see HR1.
PERSPIRATION - ODOR - fecal before stool : See symptom note Synthesis under "STOOL - FECAL
stool".
PERSPIRATION - RAGE; during : "Perspiration - profuse - rage, during": was modified as "rage,
during" on level 2

Skin
SKIN - ACANTHOSIS nigricans : Diffuse velvety acanthosis with dark pigmentation, chiefly in axillae,
occuring in an adult form, often associated with an internal carcinoma (called malignant
acanthosis nigricans), and in a benign, nevoid form, more or less generalized. Velvety dark
pigmentation with hypertrophy of the skin, mainly in neck, axillae and groins, and is probably the
skin manifestation of severe and chronic hyperinsulinemia.
SKIN - ERUPTIONS - angioedema : Explanation of "angioedema" given by Yingling: an edema,
currently termed 'angioedema', caused by a disturbance of the vasomotor system either through
injury, spasms, or paralysis of blood vessels. Whereas urticaria is local blisters/bullae and
redness, a. edema is a similar eruption but with larger edematous areas that involve
subcutaneous tissues as well as the skin.
SKIN - ERUPTIONS - baker's itch : A dermatitis and itching of the skin, due to the contact of flour
or sugar with skin -especially in man working in the bakery.
SKIN - ERUPTIONS - boils - blood boils : Blood mixed with pus
SKIN - ERUPTIONS - boils - periodical : Recurring at regular times
SKIN - ERUPTIONS - demodicidosis : Demodectic mange, infestation with demodex Demodex: A
genus of mites or acarids which cause follicular mange
SKIN - ERUPTIONS - dry : In the symptom "Skin - eruptions - dry" "bor" was replaced by "bov." (see
HR1)
SKIN - ERUPTIONS - eczema : In "Skin - eruptions - eczema": remedy abbreviation "lap-m." (without
correspondence in the abbreviations table in Kent's Repertory !) is replaced by "lappa" (= lappa
arctium or major)
SKIN - ERUPTIONS - eczema - dyshidrotic eczema : "Pompholyx also called dyshidrotic eczema is a
cutaneous reaction pattern characterized by the sudden development of clear, deep vesicles
(with the appearance of tapioca) and bullae on the palms and soles, particularly along the sides
and between the digits, accompanied by pruritus, and a burning sensation and hyperhidrosis. It is
a self-limited condition usually lasting a few weeks. Emotional stress may be an important
precipitating factor."
SKIN - ERUPTIONS - eczema - excoriating : Rubs off the skin; abrading.
SKIN - ERUPTIONS - erythema : Morbid redness of the skin due to capillary congestion
SKIN - ERUPTIONS - furuncles : Boil surrounding a hairfollicle or a cutaneous gland
SKIN - ERUPTIONS - heat rash : Miliaria rubra is a condition resulting from obstruction to the ducts
of the sweat glands; the sweat escapes into the epidermis, causing pruritic erythematous
papulovesicles. This condition is also called heat rash or prickly heat.

SKIN - ERUPTIONS - leprosy - borderline : Unstable type of leprosy which may develop into
tuberculoid or lepromatous leprosy.
SKIN - ERUPTIONS - leprosy - lepromatous : Severe form of leprosy with symmetric skin nodules or
plaques, distal peripheral neuropathy and loss of eyelashes and eyebrows. There is insufficient
immunity to M. leprae.
SKIN - ERUPTIONS - leprosy - tuberculoid : Milder form of leprosy with few hypopigmented,
hypoesthetic spots with well defined borders. Peripheral nerves may be damaged and enlarged,
but usually asymmetric and near skin lesions.
SKIN - ERUPTIONS - lichen : Eruptions which look like lichen planus, appearing as a reaction to
exogenous agents or related to systemic disease
SKIN - ERUPTIONS - lichen planus : Skin disease with flattened, reddish and shiny papules. These
may be single or grouped in patches. Itching varies and sometimes mucous membranes are
involved as well
SKIN - ERUPTIONS - miliaria rubra : Vesicular dermatitis caused by trapping of sweat and an acute
inflammation of the sweat glands, with burning itching, most often caused by thermal damage of
the skin. The term miliaria used alone refers to miliaria rubra.
SKIN - ERUPTIONS - molluscum : Soft round cutaneous tumor
SKIN - ERUPTIONS - molluscum - contagiosum; molluscum : Viral skin disease with umbilicated
molluscae
SKIN - ERUPTIONS - molluscum - fibrosum; molluscum : Multiple fibromas which often form
pendulous growths
SKIN - ERUPTIONS - pityriasis : Eruption characterized by branny scales
SKIN - ERUPTIONS - rash - alternating with - Chest; oppression of : Original location: "rash tightness of chest alternating with asthma"
SKIN - ERUPTIONS - rash - weather; change of : "Skin - eruptions - rash - changing air": this
ambiguous expression was modified as "eruption - rash -weather; from change of" (apis in HR1)
SKIN - ERUPTIONS - ringworm : Contagious skin diseases characterized by ring-shaped, discolored
patches covered with scales or vesicles. Kent referred ringworm to herpes (skin - eruptions ringworm: see herpes). In Synthesis herpes and ringworm have been separated.
SKIN - ERUPTIONS - rupia : In the symptom "Skin - eruptions - rupia" "nat-ac." was replaced by
"nit-ac." (see HR1, under "follows well")
SKIN - ERUPTIONS - tetters : Please pay attention: This rubric from B2 has an UNCLEAR /
AMBIGUOUS MEANING. It has been incorporated into Synthesis nevertheless for the follwoing two
reasons: a) to achieve completeness, i.e. in order to incorporate the original source in its
entirety. - The historical reason. b) to make both the symptom and remedies attached to it
available for any kind of future research. - The scientific reason. The original German word is
"Flechten", a term for a pretty unspecific skin disease, that should not be translated as "herpes"
which would imply that our modern medical term is applicable. In most cases these are itching
eruptions. [Peter Vint, Germany]
SKIN - ERUPTIONS - urticaria : Slightly elevated patches, usually whiter than the surrounding skin,
with severe itching The difference between erythema and urticaria has not always been clearly
made in the old days. That is why some remedies which should be present under "Erythema", may
be found under "Urticaria" even if this is considered a very different condition nowadays
SKIN - ERUPTIONS - urticaria - cold agg.; becoming : "Skin - eruptions - urticaria - cold - taking
cold; from": this ambiguous expression was modified into "... - cold - becoming; from" See HR1
under dulc.
SKIN - ERUPTIONS - urticaria - tuberosa; urticaria : Tuberous urticatia or urticaria tuberosa is
urticaria occurring when the subcutaneous tissue is lax, it is marked then by the occurrence of
large, edematous, tumor-like swellings; urticaria gigans, angioneurotic edema.
SKIN - ERUPTIONS - urticaria - warmth and exercise : Summer eczema.
SKIN - ERUPTIONS - vesication : Process of blistering
SKIN - ERUPTIONS - vesicular - sudamina : Miliaria with white, opaque fluid. Not equal to
dyshidrotic eczema!
SKIN - ERUPTIONS - Covered parts; on : "Skin - eruptions - coppery - covered parts": has to be
changed to "eruptions - covered parts" as can be confirmed for led. (TL1) and thuj. (HR1)

SKIN - EXCRESCENCES - fungus haematodes : A soft, easily bleeding, malignant fungoid growth
SKIN - GANGRENE : Necrosis of tissue most often due to obstructed bloodsupply and combined with
infection by various anaerobic organisms. According to Kent this rubric contains "gangrene from
burns" and "gangrenous sores"
SKIN - GANGRENE - cold : Gangrene which is not preceded by inflammation
SKIN - GANGRENE - hot : Gangrene which is preceded by inflammation
SKIN - GANGRENE - moist : Gangrene with watery, offensive discharge
SKIN - HAIR - baldness : Alopecia universalis: Loss of all of the hair, not only on the scalp, but also
on the entire body
SKIN - HAIR - shaggy : Looking unkempt or neglected (even if this is not the case). Shaggy is an
overall impression.
SKIN - INFLAMMATION - desquamation; with : Skin comes off in layers.
SKIN - ITCHING - spring; in : "Skin - itching - spring, in - March; month of" replaced by "itching March; month of": see Hering (bryonia) and also: spring begins on March 21st only
SKIN - ITCHING - vomitting - amel. : Original Kent symptom: SKIN - ITCHING - vomits; not relieved
until he
SKIN - PHOTODERMATOSIS : A morbid condition in the skin caused by exposure to light.
SKIN - PURPURA : Disease with purple patches on skin and mucous membranes
SKIN - PURPURA - hemorrhagica : Severe purpura with copious bleeding
SKIN - PURPURA - senilis : Purpura, usually on the legs of old people
SKIN - RINGWORM : Contagious skin diseases characterized by ring-shaped, discolored patches
covered with scales or vesicles. Kent referred rigworm to herpes (skin - eruptions - ringworm: see
herpes). In Synthesis herpes and ringworm have been separated.
SKIN - SCROFULODERMA : Tuberculosis of the skin with formation of hard nodules.
SKIN - SEBORRHEA : Excessive discharge from the sebaceous glands resulting in oily skin
SKIN - ULCERS - cold - feeling in them; with a cold : "Skin - ulcers - cold feeling, with" has been
changed to "ulcers - cold - feeling in them; with a cold" (see a.o. bry. in HR1)
SKIN - VITILIGO : A disorder in which there is a loss of pigment resulting in white patches of skin

Generals
GENERALS - ABSCESSES - blind : 3hasten suppuration; remedies to
GENERALS - ACROMEGALY : Disease with enlargement of bones and soft parts of hands, feet and
face, due to overfunctioning of pituitary body
GENERALS - AGUE : Alternating chills, fever and sweating related to malaria
GENERALS - AKINESIA : Abscence of lack of motion.
GENERALS - AMEBIASIS : Infestation with a protozoan parasite in the intestines or liver, especially
entamoeba hystolytica
GENERALS - ANESTHESIA [= insensibility] : Total or partial loss of sensibility
GENERALS - ANESTHESIA [= narcosis] : Insensibility induced by anesthetics
GENERALS - APOPLEXY : A condition of severe hemorrhage in any organ. Formerly especially used
to indicate cerebral accident or stroke.
GENERALS - CANCEROUS affections - lymphoma : Any neoplastic disorder of the lymphoid tissue.
GENERALS - CANCEROUS affections - ulcers : [hl1 - Trifolium pratense] The common red clover of
the fields has long had some reputation as a remedy for cancer. A paste, or solid extract is made
form the blossoms, and this is applied to the ulcer constantly.
GENERALS - CARRIED; being - amel. : This rubric used to be "GENERALS - CARRYING - amel.. But it
becomes clear from the author notes that the meaning is "carried; being - amel."
GENERALS - CATALEPSY : Attacks with rigid muscles, cold and pale body and slow respiration and
pulse which may last a few minutes to a few days
GENERALS - CHANCRE : Primary lesion of syphilis, a venereal sore, which ulcerates and is followed
by general syphilis
GENERALS - CHILDREN; complaints in : The internationally accepted categories are: newborns0 - 4
weeks nurslings0 - 1 year infants1 - 6 years children6 years and above They are used in this sense
in Synthesis. Remarks: * A child between 0 and 1 year of age, which is not nursing is still called a

nursling. * "Baby" is a popular expression and may refer to several of the categories mentioned.
Therefore it is to be avoided as it is not precise. * "Children" indicates the general term of all
human beings between 0 and ??? years of age and also indicates a precise category of youngsters
between 6 and ??? years of age.
GENERALS - CHOREA - corybantism; from : Wild delirium with hallucinations
GENERALS - CHOREA - lying on back - amel. : Pierre Salan informed us that "cupr k" was not
correct, it should be "cupr-act". Therefore "cupr" was deleted by adding "slp, xxx" as authors.
GENERALS - COAGULOPATHY : any disorder of blood coagulation
GENERALS - COLLAPSE - perspiration - without : [_Hom_Rec] Diphtheria, or any other disease,
beginning with collapse, dry skin, not sweating, is a most serious type of disease to meet. Merc.
cy. will give a wonderful result.(C. M. BOGER).
GENERALS - COMPLEXION - florid : Flushed with pink or red; rosy as said of the complexion.
GENERALS - CONVULSIONS - begin in - Fingers - Toes, and : Pierre Salan informed us that "cupr k"
was not correct, it should be "cupr-act". Therefore "cupr" was deleted by adding "slp, xxx" as
authors.
GENERALS - CONVULSIONS - epileptic - starting; after : The remedy "sulph a1" was moved to
"GENERALS - CONVULSIONS - epileptic - fright; from" The text from Allen: [a1 - Sulphur Generalities] - Epileptic paroxysm after starting up, or after running violently, [_a1]. is based on
Hahnemann: [h1dt - Sulphur] (Nach Erschrecken oder starkem Laufen, Fallsucht.) [h2dt - Sulphur]
Fallsucht-Anfall, nach Erschrecken oder starkem Laufen. Erschrecken = Schreck = after being
frightened which in Synthesis lingua would be" fright; after" which of course is to be considered
identical with "fright; from". (Peter Vint - Germany)
GENERALS - CONVULSIONS - epileptiform : Convulsive attacks which approximate the typical
epileptic fit (grand mal). Nearly every one of the individual features of epilepsy may be absent. If
there are no convulsions, and only some pallor, a brief loss of consciousness, then this is called
petit mal. (according to James Finlayson "Clinical Manual for the study of Medical Cases" (1891) with thanks to Bob Fordham, England.
GENERALS - CUSHING's syndrome : A condition due to hyperadrenocorticism resulting from
prolonged excessive intake of glucocorticoids for therapeutic purposes or from neoplasms of the
adrenal cortex or the anterior lobe of the pituitary.
GENERALS - DEBAUCH : Extreme indulgence into sensual pleasure
GENERALS - DERMATOMYOSITIS : A connective tissue disease with affections of muscles and skin
(heliotrope erythema and oedema of the periorbital skin ,often accompanied by macula papular
eruption in the butterfly area of face and extensor surfaces of the extermities), creatinuria,
edema, and sometimes with enlarged spleen, problems with the retina and vasomotoric
problems.
GENERALS - DINNER : Dinner: main course at noon
GENERALS - DROPSY : Abnormal accumulation of serous fluid in cellular tissue or in body cavities
GENERALS - DROPSY - external dropsy : Abnormal accumulation of serous fluid in cellular tissue
GENERALS - DROPSY - general; in : Internal as well as external dropsy are present, or the
difference is not clearly stated
GENERALS - DROPSY - internal dropsy : Abnormal accumulation of serous fluid in the internal
organs or in body cavities
GENERALS - ELECTRICITY of the atmosphere; ailments from : This symptom used to be "GENERALS
- ELECTRIC STATES; ailments from". We modified the symptom to make the meaning more clear.
If a person is sensitive to the electricity in the atmosphere, a sensation which is expecienced by
some people moments before a thunderstorm, this person is likely to develop ailments from this
electricity.
GENERALS - EMACIATION : Abnormally lean, from starvation or disease
GENERALS - ERUCTATIONS - amel. : "STOMACH - ERUCTATIONS - amel." indicates a general rubric;
it are not only the problems in the stomach which are improved by these remedies. That is why
the referring rubric is made from chapter "STOMACH" to chapter "GENERALS".
GENERALS - EXPECTORATION - agg. : The remedies were moved to this rubric from
"EXPECTORATION - agg." because the rubric refers to a general aggravation.
GENERALS - EXPECTORATION - amel. : The remedies were moved to this rubric from

"EXPECTORATION - amel." because the rubric refers to a general amelioration.


GENERALS - FAINTNESS - mental exertion; from : The original Kent rubric is "GENERALS FAINTNESS - meditating, mental exertion, from". We believe that in the period Kent was alive,
"meditating" was used in the sense of "reflecting" or "mental exertion" and not in the sense
"meditation" is used today.
GENERALS - FAINTNESS - sitting up in bed agg. : All remedies (Kent + other authors) were formerly
added to the rubric "upright; from sitting". This is not correct. The Kent remedies belong in "up;
from sitting" which implies movement. So the rubric was changed to "up; from sitting". The
remedies where no movement is implied were moved to "upright; while sitting".
GENERALS - FASTING - agg. : Fasting in most cases simply means "while stomach is empty", as far
as symptoms from German sources are concerned, the term "nchtern" has been applied which
refers to "before breakfast" as to be seen in B4B7 "Gemeinsame Beschwerden - Lage und
Umstnden; nach - verschlimmert - Nchtern (vor dem Frhstck)" where Boenninghausen even
specifies this. [Peter Vint, Germany]
GENERALS - FATIGUE : Weariness, usually because of overexertion
GENERALS - FLATUS; PASSING - agg. : The symptom "RECTUM - FLATUS - agg." indicates a general
rubric, it are not only the problems in the rectum which are aggravated by these remedies. That
is why the referring rubric goes from chapter "RECTUM" to chapter "GENERALS".
GENERALS - FLATUS; PASSING - amel. : "RECTUM - FLATUS - amel." indicates a general rubric, it
are not only the problems in the rectum which are improved by these remedies. Therefore the
referring rubric was made from chapter "RECTUM" to chapter "GENERALS".
GENERALS - FOOD and DRINKS - artificial food : Food prepared by chemical process.
GENERALS - FOOD and DRINKS - beer - agg. - new : In German literature you find the expression
"frisches Bier" = "fresh beer". Here it is not very clear, whether this means freshly brewed beer or
freshly drawn beer, beer that is not stale yet. [Peter Vint, Germany]
GENERALS - FOOD and DRINKS - buffalo-skin bones : Artificial bones given to dogs to play with or
to clean their teeth. It looks like a bone and is made out of some kind of leather.
GENERALS - FOOD and DRINKS - cheese - desire - butter cheese : Butterkse: soft cheese with
high fat content, a dark yellow medium hard cheese that is very fat
GENERALS - FOOD and DRINKS - cheese - desire - khaloumi : Very salty cheese from Cyprus.
GENERALS - FOOD and DRINKS - chicken - desire - tandoori : Cooked in a tandoor. The word
tandoor in Hindi means clay oven. For example tandoori chicken.
GENERALS - FOOD and DRINKS - farsan : An Indian savory chiefly made up of gram flour and fried
in oil, also a savory made with the help of indian spices, refined wheat flour and vegetables and
fried in oil.
GENERALS - FOOD and DRINKS - idli : Idli-it is a south indian preparation made from rice and urad
lentils.
GENERALS - FOOD and DRINKS - indigestible things - desire : This mental disturbance; the desire
to eat inedible things; is called "pica".
GENERALS - FOOD and DRINKS - limes [= citrus fruit] : A small citrus fruit that is lemon-shaped
and has a greenish-yellow color
GENERALS - FOOD and DRINKS - meat - desire - rare meat : Undercooked, partly raw meat
GENERALS - FOOD and DRINKS - oatmeal : A porridge made of oatmeal
GENERALS - FOOD and DRINKS - papadam : An Indian snack commenly served as starters,crispy in
consistency and prepared from paste of lentils with salt and spice to add the taste,served either
roasted or deep fried.
GENERALS - FOOD and DRINKS - pepper : Black and white pepper are derived from piper nigrum (=
piperaceae)
GENERALS - FOOD and DRINKS - porridge : Cereal or meal boiled in water or milk until thick, often
based on oatmeal.
GENERALS - FOOD and DRINKS - red pepper : Includes chili, cayenne and Spanish pepper (=
capsicum species / solanaceae)
GENERALS - FOOD and DRINKS - rolls - desire - stale rolls; for : A roll is stale when it has been
kept too long and has lost its freshness. It has become hard and dry.
GENERALS - FOOD and DRINKS - salsa : A hot sauce made with tomatoes, chilies, etc.

GENERALS - FOOD and DRINKS - stodgy food : Heavy and unpalatable food.
GENERALS - FOOD and DRINKS - wafers : A thin, flat, crisp cracker or cookie.
GENERALS - FOOD and DRINKS - wine - desire - claret : Dry red wine, especially Bordeaux.
GENERALS - FUR in inner parts; sensation as if covered with : "Generals - coat of skin drawn over
inner parts; sensation of": symptom from Boenninghausen, wrongly translated, has been moved
with all its remedies to the correct translation: "Fur in inner parts; sensation as if covered with"
(Dr. Jean-Claude Grgoire, Belgium)
GENERALS - GLANDERS : A contagious disease of horses, mules, etc. characterized by fever,
swollen lymph nodes, ulcerous nodules, etc. It is caused by Pseudomonas mallei and can be
transmitted to humans
GENERALS - GLYCOGEN STORAGE DISEASES : Hereditary disorders caused by a lack of one or more
enzymes involved in synthesis or breakdown of glycogen and that give a deposition of abnormal
amounts or types of glycogen in tissues.
GENERALS - HEAT - lack of vital heat : This rubric represents coldblooded persons. If chilliness is
related to a disease process look in the chapter Chill
GENERALS - HEAT - sensation of : This rubric represents warmblooded persons. If heat is related to
a disease process look in the chapter Fever
GENERALS - HEAVINESS - Single parts; in : Originally this symptom was "GENERALS - HEAVINESS sensation of - Single parts; in". But level 3 was deleted because we believe "heaviness" already is
a sensation.
GENERALS - HISTORY; personal : These rubrics indicate the occurrence and the recurrence of a
disease in the history of the patient. If problems persist after an illness or since an illness then
look at the rubric "Convalescence" (also "never well since").
GENERALS - HYPERLIPIDEMIA : A general term for elevated concentrations of lipids (e.g.
cholesterol, triglyceride) in the plasma.
GENERALS - HYPOTONY : Abnormally low tension or tone, especially of the muscles.
GENERALS - INFLAMMATION - gangrenous : Decay and necrosis of tissue
GENERALS - INFLAMMATION - Joints; of - infectious : The 3 jl2 remedies "coli, influ, syph" were
moved here from the rubric "GENERALS - PAIN - rheumatic - infective" which was deleted.
GENERALS - INFLAMMATION - Joints; of - rheumatic - infective : J.Ozanon, France: infectious
rheumatism (literal translation of a pathology term found in a medical dictionary) describes all
ailments affecting joints during various acute infectious diseases. They may be due to the
"morbid agent" directly responsible for the disease, or to a secondary infection, and have nothing
in common with "acute articular rheumatism"
GENERALS - INJURIES - dislocation : Displacement of a part, esp. of a bone
GENERALS - INJURIES - sprains : Wrenching of a joint with injury to its attachments, not
necessarily accompanied by dislocation of bones
GENERALS - INJURIES - strains : Injury from overexertion of the muscles
GENERALS - KIMMELSTIEL-WILSON syndrome : Degeneration of the capillary walls of the kidney
glomerulus in diabetes with a group of symptoms characterised by proteinuria, hypoalbumineria,
edema, hypertension.
GENERALS - LABORATORY findings - creatinine : "Measurement of the GLOMULAR FILTRATION
RATE (GFR) is necessary to define the exact level of renal function." "The use of creatinine
clearance is dependent on the fact that daily production of creatinine (principally from muscle
cells) is remarkably constant and little affected by protein intake." "Given these observations,
creatinine clearance is a reasonably accurate measure of GFR in those situations in which it is
most required - normal or near normal renal fuction." "Where urine collections are difficult or
deemed inaccurate, the GFR may be measured by the single injection of compounds such as
EDTA, DTPA, or iothalamate, their excretion being primarily by glomerular filtration. Following
intravenous injection of the compound, three blood samples are obtained at 2, 3 and 4 hours (or
rather longer intervals if the patient is oedematous or if renal faillure is suspected). The GFR may
then be calculated from the slope of the exponential fall in blood level of the compound."
GENERALS - LASSITUDE : Physical exhaustion such as caused by fever
GENERALS - LEAN people : Peolpe with little flesh or fat
GENERALS - LEISHMANIASIS : Any disease due to infection with protozoan parasites of the genus

Leishmania, especially kala azar La leishmaniose est une rticulo-endothliose parasitaire dont
l'agent pathogne est un zooflagell appartenant au genre Leishmania transmis par la piqre d'un
insecte appartenant au genre Phlebotomus. Cet agent pathogne infecte les macrophages des
mammifres dont l'humain. Il y' a trois formes de leishmaniose : la leishmaniose cutane, la
leishmaniose muco-cutane et la leishmaniose viscrale.
GENERALS - LEUKEMIA - seronegative; getting : Also tigers, lions etc.
GENERALS - LIFTING, straining of muscles and tendons - Flexor muscles : The original rubric was
"flexor tendon" but because "muscle" is in prolongation of "tendon" we decided to use "flexor
muscles" throughout Synthesis.
GENERALS - LYMPHATIC GLANDS : In the chapter Generals, "glands" are mostly "lymphatic glands".
Therefore we refer to the 5 main "gland" rubrics. There are however several smaller "gland"
rubrics.
GENERALS - MALARIA - old : The remedy "helia stj"was moved here from "FEVER - MALARIA - old"
which was deleted.
GENERALS - MARASMUS : Progressive emaciation and growth retardation in infants
GENERALS - MONONUCLEOSIS : The presence in the peripheral blood of mononuclear leucocytes
(monocytes) in abnormal numbers. The term "mononucleosis" is often used alone to refer to
"infectious mononucleosis" also called "glandular fever", "Filatov's disease", "kissing disease" and
"Pfeiffer's disease".
GENERALS - MONONUCLEOSIS - chronic : In Dorland's Medical Dictionary: chronic mononucleosis :
chronic fatigue syndrome. In LAROUSSE medical dictionary: "EVOLUTION: Les signes de la
maladie disparaissent au bout d'une trois semaines, mais la convalescence est souvent marque
par une asthnie durable". (clinical signs of the disease disappear within 1-3 weeks, but
convalescence is marked by durable asthenia). Chronic mononucleosis is a shortcut meaning
"chronic ailments from" (Jacqueline Ozanon, France) Mononucleosis can last from 3 weeks to
several years, in the sence that people have the sx. of the disease during this time. Chronic
mononucleosis is not the same as chronic fatigue syndrome. They have, apart from some mutual,
a lot of different sx. It seems that a lot of people that get chronic fatigue syndrome have had
mononucleosis, but that is a totally different matter. They should not be mixed. (Erik Van
Woensel - the Netherlands)
GENERALS - MOON : In the new moon, the moon's surface is completely in the shadow. About a
week later, the moon is in its first quarter, resembling a luminous half-circle. About another
week later, the full moon shows its fully lighted surface. At last, one more week afterwards, the
moon appears as a half-circle again: its last quarter. When the moon is more than
half-illuminated, it is said to be in gibbous phase. The moon is waning when it progresses from
full to new, and waxing when it proceeds from new to full.
GENERALS - MUCOVISCIDOSIS : A hereditary systemic disease of the exocrine glands affecting
primarily the gastrointestinal and respiratory tract (liver, pancreas, glands for salivation and
perspiration) and leading to chronic obstructive pulmonary diseases (stasis of tough mucus),
obstruction of bowels due to decrease in gland activity, pancreatic cystic fibrose, and others.
GENERALS - MYOGELOSIS : An area of abnormal hardening in a muscle.
GENERALS - OSTEOCHONDROSIS : A disease of the growth or ossification centers in children which
starts as a degeneration or necrosis followed by regeneration or recalcification; also called
epiphyseal ischemic necrosis.
GENERALS - OSTEOPOROSIS : Osteoporosis is the reduction in bone density accompanied by
increasing porosity and brittleness.
GENERALS - PAIN - neuralgic : Pain radiating along the course of a nerve
GENERALS - PAIN - tearing pain - away : The German original is "Abreiungsgefhl" which correctly
translates as "sensation as if something was / had been torn off". [Peter Vint, Germany]
GENERALS - PAIN - Bones - paralyzed; as if : Original rubric: "GENERALS - PAIN - Bones - disabling".
Explanation by Dr. Farokh Master: This means that the pain is so severe that the person is not
able to do anything. Jacqueline Ozanon: This type of pain is usually described as a
laming/paralytic (paralyzing) pain.
GENERALS - PARALYSIS - appearing gradually : Progressive means that the process is still going on
and spreading, it doesn't say anything about the speed of the process. 'appearing gradually' has

to do with the speed of the process itself. So it is different from the rubric 'progressive'. (Erik
Van Woensel - Netherlands)
GENERALS - PARALYSIS - progressive : Progressive means that the process is still going on and
spreading, it doesn't say anything about the speed of the process. 'appearing gradually' has to do
with the speed of the process itself. So it is different from the rubric 'progressive'. (Erik Van
Woensel - Netherlands)
GENERALS - PARALYSIS - spastic paralysis : Paralysis marked by rigidity of muscles and heightened
tendon reflexes
GENERALS - PARALYSIS - spastic spinal : Spastic paralysis due to lateral sclerosis of the spinal cord
GENERALS - PARALYSIS OF SENSES : Paralysis is always motoric except for "paralysis of the senses".
That is why "paralysis of senses" was moved from level 3 to level 2.
GENERALS - POLYCYTHEMIA : Increase of the total red cell mass of the blood.
GENERALS - PULSE - wiry : Ressembling a vibrating wire
GENERALS - RABIES : Hydrophobia is the former term for rabies. Because of the typical mental
symptoms the rubric was put in Mind.
GENERALS - RADIUM TREATMENTS; from : Different from "radiation therapy"
GENERALS - SJGREN'S SYNDROME : Dryness of all mucous membranes, resulting from deficient
secretion of glands. Both "Sicca syndrome" and "Sjgren's syndrome" are marked by
keratoconjunctivitis and xerostomia. "Sicca's syndrome" occurs without connective tissue disease,
while "Sjgren's syndrome" occurs with a connective tissue disease, usually rheumatoid arthritis.
In medical texts they are often used as synonyms.
GENERALS - SLUGGISHNESS of the body : Lacking vigor, slow moving and indisposed to exertion.
GENERALS - SUBSTANCE - abuse of controlled : Controlled substance is a drug regulated by the
Federal Controlled Substances Acts, including opiates, depressants, stimulants and hallucinogens.
GENERALS - SUN - solstice : The day of the year having the longest period of sunlight.
GENERALS - SYNALGIA : Synalgia/synesthesia are well defined in Burnett as association of pains
often situated very far from the causal affection. A classical dictionary example is "pain in right
arm during hepatic colic".
GENERALS - THROMBOCYTOPENIA; idiopathic : Decrease in the number of blood platelets.
GENERALS - TOBACCO - agg. - nicotinism : Diseased condition due to nicotine poisoning, as from
tobacco.
GENERALS - TUMORS - noma : Gangrenous stomatitis with great prostration, affecting most often
children and often fatal
GENERALS - VACCINATION; ailments after - BCG vaccination : bacille Calmette-Gurin
GENERALS - VACCINATION; ailments after - DTP; for : Diphtheria, tetanus and pertussis vaccine.
GENERALS - VIGOR : Physical or mental strength; vitality.
GENERALS - WEAKNESS : Lacking vitality and strength
GENERALS - WEARINESS : Tired and worn out, without further liking of one's occupations
GENERALS - WEATHER - cloudy weather : This rubric should be applied not just for such weather
conditions that are characterized by clouds, but also for any weather condition where the sun is
hidden by a high hanging fog, by smog, etc. The German rubrics which were used to make up
these rubrics "cloudy" include "trbes" Wetter, which points to "dull weather without sunshine".
[Peter Vint, Germany]
GENERALS - WEATHER - cold weather - wet - agg. : "Generals - weather - cold wet - agg": delete
canth. (Dr. Jost Knzli, Switzerland, quoting Kent)
GENERALS - WEATHER - windy and stormy weather : In this symptom there is windy weather but
not necessarily physical contact with the wind. In "GENERALS - WIND" there is actual physical
contact with the wind.
GENERALS - WEGENER'S GRANULOMATOSIS : Granulomatous inflammation of respiratory tract,
including sinuses, with lung infiltrations, developing into necrotizing granulomatous vasculitis and
glomerulonephritis with renal insufficiency, also complaints of joints, destruction of cartilage,
purpura, anemia and serious eyeproblems.
GENERALS - WIND : In this symptom there is physical contact with the wind; whereas in "windy
weather" it is during windy weather but not necessarily with physical contact with the wind.

Catalogue of Remedies
A
abel. : abelmoschus
abies-a. : abies alba
abies-c. : abies canadensis (abies balsamea, balsam fir, pinus canadensis, tsuga canadensis)
abies-n. : abies nigra (black spruce, picea mariana, picea nigra, resina piceae)
abr. : abrus precatorius (jequirity)
abrin. : abrusinum (jequiritol, jequiritolum)
abrom-a. : abroma augusta
abrom-a-fol. : abroma augusta folia
abrom-a-r. : abroma augusta radix
abrot. : abrotanum (artemisia abrotanum)
absin. : absinthium (artemisia absinthium)
absintls. : absintalsem
acac-ar. : acacia arabica (Acacia senegal)
acac-f. : acacia farnesiana
acal. : acalypha indica
acanth-v. : acanthus virilis (marapuana)
accip-ge. : accipiter gentilis (habicht, northern goshawk)
acenoc. : acenocoumarol
acer-c. : acer campestre
acer-circ. : acer circinatum (vine maple)
acet-ac. : aceticum acidum (acidum aceticum glaciale)
acetald. : acetaldehyde (ethanal)
acetan. : acetanilidum (antifebrinum)
acetars. : acetarsolum (stovarsol)
acetaz. : acetazolamide
aceton. : acetonum
acetontl. : acetonitrilum
acetoph. : acetophenonum
acetylar. : acetylarsan
acetylch. : acetylcholine
acetylch-m. : acetylcholinum muriaticum
acetyls-ac. : acetylsalicylicum acidum (aspirinum)
achil-m. : achillea moschata
achil-n. : achillea nana
achil-p. : achillea ptarmica
achras : achras sapota
achy. : achyranthes calea
achy-a. : achyranthes aspera
acicl. : aciclovir
acioa-d. : acioa dewevrei
acip-st-ov. : acipenser sturio ex ovis (caviar, streier)
aclad. : acladium castellanii (aleurisma castellanii)
acok-op. : acokanthera oppositifolia (acokanthera venenata, bushman's poison bush, hottentot's
poison bush)
acon. : aconitum napellus (napellus)
acon-a. : aconitum anthora
acon-ac. : aconiticum acidum (acidum cis aconiticum)
acon-c. : aconitum cammarum
acon-co. : aconitum columbianum

acon-f. : aconitum ferox


aconin. : aconitinum
acon-l. : aconitum lycoctonum
acon-s. : aconitum septentrionale
acrol. : acroleinum
actin-a. : actinomyces albus (streptomyces albus)
actin-c. : actinomyces citreus (streptomyces citreus)
actin-g. : actinomyces griseus (streptomyces griseus)
actinid-ctx. : actinidiae cortex
actinid-d. : actinidia deliciosa (actinidia chinensis var. deliciosa, actinidia deliciosa var. deliciosa,
chinese gooseberry, kiwifruit)
actin-l. : actinomyces luteus (nocardia lutea)
act-sp. : actaea spicata (actea spicata)
adam. : adamas (diamond)
adans-d. : adansonia digitata
adax. : adaxukah
adel. : Adelheid aqua (Adelheid quelle)
adenin. : adeninum (vitamin b4)
adenyl-ac. : adenylicum acidum (vitamin b8)
adeps-s. : adeps suis (adeps suillus, adeps suillus depuratus)
adiant. : adiantum capillus veneris
adlu. : adlumia fungosa
a-dnitroph. : alpha-dinitrophenolum
adon. : adonis vernalis
adon-ae. : adonis aestivalis
adonin. : adonidinum
adox. : adoxa moschatellina
adp. : adenosinum diphosphoricum acidum (adp)
adr-ctx. : adrenalis cortex (adrenal cortex, cortex gland. adrenalis, glandula adrenalis cortex,
suprarenalis cortex)
adren. : adrenalinum (epinephrinum)
adren-bt. : adrenalinum bitartaricum
aegle-f. : aegle folia
aegle-m. : aegle marmelos
aegop-p. : aegopodium podagraria (sison podagraria, sium podagraria)
aer-mar-a. : aer maritim artificialis (artificial sea air)
aer-med. : aer medicalis
aesc. : aesculus hippocastanum (white chestnut)
aesc-c. : aesculus carnea (red chestnut)
aesc-ctx. : aesculus hippocastanum e cortice
aesc-g. : aesculus glabra
aescin. : aesculinum
aeth. : aethusa cynapium
aether : aether (aether aethylicus, aether sulphuricus, aethylum oxidum, either, etherum)
aethi-a. : aethiops antimonialis (hydrargyrum stibiatosulfuratum, hydrargyrum stibiato-sulfuratum)
aethi-m. : aethiops mineralis (hydrargyrum sulfuratum, hydrargyrum sulphuratum nigrum, mercurius
cum kali, mercurius sulphuratus niger)
aethyl. : aethylium (aethylicum, ethylicum)
aethyl-act. : aethylium aceticum (aethylum aceticum, ethylicum aceticum)
aethyl-br. : aethylium bromidum
aethylce. : aethylcellulose (ethyl cellulose)
aethyl-m. : aethylium muriaticum (ethylicum muriaticum)
aethyl-n. : aethylium nitricum (aethylum nitricum, ethylicum nitricum)
aethyl-s. : aethylium sulfuricum (ethylicum sulfuricum)
aethyl-s-d. : aethylium sulfuricum dichloratum (ethylicum sulfuricum dichloratum)

ag-ag. : agar agar


agam-g. : agamemnon graphium (graphium agamemnon, schwalbenschwanzart, tailed jay)
agap. : agapanthus (lilium Africanum)
agar. : agaricus muscarius (agaric mouchet, amanita muscaria, amanite tue-mouche, fly agaric
mushroom)
agar-ac. : agaricicum acidum
agar-cit. : agaricus citrinus
agar-cpn. : agaricus campanulatus
agar-cps. : agaricus campestris (psalliota bispora, psalliota hortensis)
agar-em. : agaricus emeticus (russula emetica)
agarin. : agaricinum
agar-pa. : agaricus pantherinus
agar-ph. : agaricus phalloides (agaricus bulbosus, amanita bulbosa, amanita phalloides)
agar-pr. : agaricus procerus
agar-r. : agaricus rubescens
agar-se. : agaricus semiglobatus
agar-st. : agaricus stercorarius
agar-v. : agaricus vernus (amanita verna)
agath-a. : agathis Australis (kauri agathis Australis)
agav-a. : agave Americana (pulque)
agav-t. : agave tequilana (agave rigida)
ager-c. : ageratum conyzoides
agn. : agnus castus (vitex agnus castus, vitex agnus-castus)
agra. : agraphis nutans (endymion nutans, ornithogalum nutans, scilla-non-scripta)
agre. : agremone ochroleuca
agri. : agrimonia eupatoria (agrimony)
agri-fl. : agrimonia eupatoria flos
agrim. : agrimony (Bach fl.)
agri-od. : agrimonia odorata
agro. : agrostema githago (agrostemma githago, lychnis githago)
agrosti-a. : agrostis alba
agrosti-ca. : agrostis capillaris (rote straussgras)
agrosti-vg. : agrostis vulgaris
aids. : aids nosode
ail. : ailanthus glandulosa (ailanthus altissima)
aira-fl. : aira flexuosa
aju-c. : ajuga chamaepitys
aju-r. : ajuga reptans
alab. : alabaster
alam. : alamanitra
alan-d. : alaninum D
alan-l. : alaninum L
album. : albuminum
albz-f. : albizzia fastigiata
alchem-a. : alchemillia alpina
alchem-ar. : alchemilla arvensis (Field Lady's Mantle, Parsley Piert)
alchem-vg. : alchemilla vulgaris (ladies mantle, Lion's foot)
alchor-c. : alchornea cordifolia
alco. : alcoholus (aethanolum, aethyl alcohol, ethyl alcohol, grain alcohol)
alco-de. : alcohol dehydratatum (absolute alcohol, alcohol fortis)
alco-s. : = carbn-s. = alcoholus sulphuris
ald. : aldehydum
aldos. : aldosteron
alet. : aletris farinosa
aleur-l. : aleurisma lugdunense (aleurisma canis, chrysosporium pannorum)

alf. : alfalfa (medicago sativa)


alh. : alhanodium
alis-p. : alisma plantago (plantago aquatica)
all-a. : allium ascalonicum
allant. : allantoinum
all-c. : allium cepa (cepa, cepa vulgaris)
all-f. : allium fallax
alliar-o. : alliaria officinalis (sisymbrium alliaria)
allox. : alloxanum
all-p. : allium porrum
all-s. : allium sativum (garlic)
all-u. : allium ursinum
all-v. : allium victorialis
aln. : alnus rubra (alnus serrulata, red alder)
aln-g. : alnus glutinosa
aloe : aloe socotrina (aloe vera)
aloe-fe. : aloe ferox
aloe-pe. : aloe perryi
alop-p. : alopecurus pratensis
alst. : alstonia constricta
alst-b. : alstonia boonei
alst-s. : alstonia scholaris
alth. : althaea officinalis
alth-r. : althaea rosea
alting-e. : altingia excellsa
alum. : alumina (aluminium oxide, argilla)
alum-ar-sel. : alumina arsenicum selenium
alumin. : aluminium metallicum
alumin-act. : aluminium aceticum
alumin-br. : aluminium bromatum
alumin-gl. : aluminium gluconicum
alumin-l. : aluminium lacticum
alumin-m. : aluminium muriaticum (aluminii chloridum hexahydricum, aluminium chloridum,
aluminum chloridum)
alumin-o. : aluminium oxydatum (aluminii oxidum hydricum)
alumin-p. : aluminium phosphoricum
alumin-s. : aluminium sulfuricum (aluminii sulfas)
alumin-sil. : aluminium silicicum (aluminiumsilikat, bolus alba, Chinese clay, feldspar, kaolin,
kaolinit, kaolinum ponderosum, porcelain clay)
alum-in-to. : alumina insulae Tory (Tory Island clay)
alumn. : alumen (alumen crudum, aluminium kalium sulphuricum)
alumn-ust. : alumen ustum
alum-p. : alumina phosphorica
alum-sil. : alumina silicata (andalusite rock)
am-act. : ammonium aceticum
amalg-st. : amalgam standalloy
aman-c. : amanita citrina
aman-r. : amanita rubescens
am-ar. : ammonium arsenicicum
amar-h. : amaranthus hypochondriacus (amaranthus)
amar-s. : amaranthus spinosus
amar-t. : amaranthus tristis
amary-e. : amaryllis equestris
am-be. : ammonium benzoicum (benzoate of ammonia)
am-bi. : ammonium bichromicum

ambr. : ambra grisea


am-br. : ammonium bromatum (bromide of ammonium)
ambro. : ambrosia artemisiaefolia
ambro-r. : ambrosia chamissonis
ambr-xyz. : ambra unknown preparation
am-c. : ammonium carbonicum
am-caust. : ammonium causticum (ammonium hydratum, hydratum, liquor ammoni caustici)
am-cit. : ammonium citricum
amer. : americium
amer-n. : americium nitricum
am-f. : ammonium fluoratum
amfep-m. : amfepramonum muriaticum
am-hbr. : ammonium hydrobromicum (ammonium bromhydricum)
am-hox. : ammonium hydroxynum
am-i. : ammonium iodatum (iodide of ammonium)
amibe-ac. : aminobenzoicum acidum (ortho acidum, vitamin h2)
amicap-ac. : aminocaproicum acidum
amidop. : amidopyrinum
ami-ncap-ac. : amino-n-caproicum acidum
amisuc-ac. : aminosuccinicum acidum
aml-act. : amylium aceticum
aml-ns. : amylenum nitrosum (amylium nitricum, amylium nitrosum)
am-m. : ammonium muriaticum (ammonii chloridum, ammonium chloratum, ammonium chloridum)
ammc. : ammoniacum gummi (ammoniacum, dorema ammoniacum)
amm-fml. : ammonium formaldehydum (cystogen)
ammi-m. : ammi majus
ammi-v. : ammi visnaga
am-mlb. : ammonium molybdicum
ammoph-a. : ammophilia arenaria
am-n. : ammonium nitricum
amn-l. : amnii liquor
amoeb-h. : amoeba hystolytica (entamoeba dysenterica, entamoeba hystolytica)
amor-r. : amorphophallus riviere
am-ox. : ammonium oxalicum
amp. : adenosinum monophosphoricum acidum (adenosinmonohydrogenphosphate, amp)
am-p. : ammonium phosphoricum (di-ammonii phospas)
ampe-qu. : ampelopsis quinquefolia (parthenocissus, vitis quinquefolia, vitis rubra)
ampe-tr. : ampelopsis trifoliata
ampe-w. : ampelopsis weitchii
amph. : amphisbaena vermicularis
amph-a. : amphisbaena alba
amphet-s. : amphetaminum sulfuricum
am-pic. : ammonium picricum
am-s. : ammonium sulfuricum (di-ammonii sulfas)
am-sal. : ammonium salycilicum
amsal-ac. : aminosalicylicum acidum
am-sel. : ammonium selenicosum
am-spir-a. : ammoniae spiritus aromaticus
am-t. : ammonium tartaricum
am-val. : ammonium valerianicum (valerianate of ammonia)
am-van. : ammonium vanadinicum
am-xyz. : am-c. + am-m.
amyg. : amygdalus communis (amygdala amara, amygdalae amarae aqua, amygdalus communis
amara, prunus dulcis var. amara)
amyg-d. : amygdalus dulcis (amygdala communis dulcis)

amyg-p. : amygdalus persica (persica amygdalus, persica vulgaris)


amylam. : amylaminum hydrochloricum (hydrochloricum)
amyloc-m. : amylocainum muriaticum (stovaine)
amyls. : amylase (diastase)
amylu-t. : amylum tritici
anac. : anacardium orientale (semecarpus anacardium)
anac-oc. : anacardium occidentale
anac-xyz. : anacardium unknow part
anacy-p. : anacyclus pyrethrum
anag. : anagallis arvensis
anagy. : anagyris foetida
anan. : anantherum muricatum (andropogon muraticus, andropogon muricatus, andropogon
squarrosus, cuscus, vetiver, vetiveria zizanioides)
anans-c. : ananassa comosus
anans-s. : ananassa sativa
anas-eu. : anas europaea (stockente)
anas-i. : anas indica (indian runner duck, indische ente)
anchi-s. : anchieta salutaris
anch-o. : anchusa officinalis (anchusa italica)
anch-t. : anchusa tinctora (alkana tinctoria)
ancis-p. : ancistrodon piscivorus (agkistrodon piscivorus, cenchris piscivorus, cottonmouth, mocassin
d'eau, trigonocephalus piscivorus, water moccasin)
anders. : andersonia (amoora rohikata, amoora rohitika)
andr. : androsace lactea
androc. : androctonus amoreuxii hebraeus (androctonus amurreuxi hebraeus, androctonus scorpin,
Middle Eastern scorpion)
androg-p. : andrographis paniculata (justicia paniculata)
androm-ma. : andromeda mariana
androm-ni. : andromeda nitida
androm-po. : andromeda polifolia
androp-sn. : andropogon schoenantus
androst. : androsteron
anemps. : anemopsis californica (yerba mansa)
ane-n. : anemone nemorosa
ane-r. : anemone ranunculoides
anet-g. : anethum graveolens (peucedanum graveolens)
aneur. : aneurinum
ang. : angustura vera (cusparia febrifuga, galipea cusparia, galipea officinalis)
ange. : angelica atropurpurea
ange-ar. : angelica archangelica
ange-b. : angelicae brasiliensis
ange-s. : angelicae sinensis (angelicae sinensis radix, radix angelicae sinensis)
ango. : angophora lanceolata (kino australiense, metrosideros costatus)
anguis-fr. : anguis fragilis (Blindschleiche, hazelworm, slow worm)
anh. : anhalonium lewinii (lophophora williamsii, peyotl)
anil. : anilinum (aminobenzene, aminobenzolum)
anil-s. : anilinum sulphuricum
anis. : anisum stellatum (anisatum, illicium anisatum, illicium stellatum, illicium verum)
anis-ol. : anisi aetheroleum (oleum anisum)
anona : anona muricata (annona muriatica)
ant-ac. : antimonium acidum (stibium acidum)
ant-ar. : antimonium arsenicosum (antimonium arsenicicum, arsenicum stibiatum, stibium
arsenicosum)
ant-c. : antimonium crudum (antimonium sulphuratum nigrum, stibium crudum, stibium sulfuratum
nigrum)

ant-f. : antimonium fluoratum


anth. : anthemis nobilis (chamaemelum nobile, chamomilla romana, Roman chamomile, Roomse
kamille)
anth-a. : anthemis arvensis (acker-hundskamille, hundskamille, unechte kamille)
anth-cot. : anthemis cotula (chamomilla foetida, maruta cotula, stinking chamomile, wild
chamomile, wilde kamille)
antho. : anthoxanthum odoratum
anthraci. : anthracinum
anthraci-vc. : vaccinum anthracis vivum
anthraco. : anthracokali (anthrakokali, anthrokokali)
anthraq. : anthraquinone (anthrachinon)
anthyl. : anthyllis vulneraria
ant-i. : antimonium iodatum (stibium iodatum)
antip. : antipyrinum
antip-sal. : antipyrinum salicylicum
antirr. : antirrhinum majus
ant-m. : antimonium muriaticum (antimonium chloridum, stibium chloridum, stibium muriaticum)
ant-met. : antimonium metallicum (stibium metallicum)
ant-n. : antimonium nitricum
ant-n-l. : antimonium natrum lacticum
ant-o. : antimonium oxydatum (stibium oxydatum)
ant-s-aur. : antimonium sulphuratum auratum (antimonium sulphuratum aureum, aurantiacum,
aureum, stibium sulfuratum aurantiacum, stibium sulphuratum auratum)
ant-s-r. : antimonium sulphuratum rubrum (stibium sulfuratum rubrum)
ant-t. : antimonium tartaricum (emeticus, kalii antimoniotartras, kalium stibyltartaricum,
stibio-kali tartaricum, stibium tartaricum, tartarus emeticus, tartarus stibiatus)
aorta : aorta
apat. : apatit (apatite)
ap-d. : apium dulce
apeir-s. : apeira syringaria (fliederspanner)
ap-g. : apium graveolens
aphis : aphis chenopodii glauci (chenopodii glauci aphis)
aphlo-t. : aphloia theaeformis
aphthos. : aphthosinum
apiol. : apiolum
apis : apis mellifica
apisin. : apisinum (apium virus)
apis-xyz. : apis unknown part
aplop-l. : aplopappus laricifolius (bigelovia arborescens, bigelovia veneta, yerba del pasmo)
apoc. : apocynum cannabinum
apoc-a. : apocynum androsaemifolium
apocin. : apocyaninum
apom. : apomorphinum hydrochloricum (apomorphia)
apom-m. : apomorphinum muriaticum (apomorphini hydrochloridum)
append-xyz. : appendictitis nosode unknown species
apus-a. : apus apus (common swift, european swift, martinet noir, mauersegler)
aq-calc. : aqua calcarea (aqua calcis)
aq-chl. : aqua chlorata
aq-mar. : aqua marina
aq-pet. : aqua petra (rock water)
aq-pur. : aqua pura
aq-sil. : aqua silicata
aqui. : aquilegia vulgaris (columbine)
aquil-ch. : aquila chrysaetos (golden eagle)
aq-vg. : aqua vulgaris

arab. : arabinosum
arag. : aragallus lamberti (rattle weed, white loco weed)
aral. : aralia racemosa
aral-c. : aralia californica
aral-h. : aralia hispida
aral-nu. : aralia nudicaulis (bamboo brier, false sarsaparilla, small spikenard, wild liquorice, wild
sarsaparilla)
aral-sp. : aralia spinosa (prickly elder)
ara-maca. : ara macao (macaw)
aran. : aranea diadema (diadema aranea, papal cross spider)
aranin. : araninum
aran-ix. : aranea ixobola (araneus ixobolus Thorell, European cross-spider)
aran-sc. : aranea scinencia (North American grey spider)
arb. : arbutus andrachne
arbin. : arbutinum
arb-m. : arbutus menziesii
arb-u. : arbutus unedo
archa-e. : archaeopsylla erinacei (hedgehog flea)
ard-l. : ardesius lapis
arec. : areca catechu
areco-hbr. : arecolinum hydrobromicum (arecolinum bromhydricum)
aren. : arenaria glabra
aren-r. : arenaria rubra
aren-s. : arenaria serpyllifolia
arg-act. : argentum aceticum
arg-ars. : argentum arsenicicum
arg-br. : argentum bromatum
arg-c. : argentum carbonicum
arg-col. : argentum colloidale
arg-cy. : argentum cyanatum
arge. : argemone mexicana
argent. : argentite (silver glance)
arge-pl. : argemone pleicantha (crested prickle poppy)
arg-f. : argentum fluoratum
arg-i. : argentum iodatum
argin. : argininum
arg-met. : argentum metallicum (argentum foliatum)
arg-mur. : argentum muriaticum (argentum chloratum)
arg-n. : argentum nitricum (argenti nitras)
arg-o. : argentum oxydatum
argon : argon
arg-p. : argentum phosphoricum
arg-pr. : argentum proteinatum
arg-s. : argentum sulfuricum
arg-vi. : argentum vitellinicum
arion : arion empiricorum (limax ater)
arist-cl. : aristolochia clematitis (aristolochia infesta)
arist-co. : aristolochia colombiana
aristl. : aristol
arist-m. : aristolochia milhomens (aristolochia cymbifera)
arist-r. : aristolochia rotunda
aris-vg. : arisarum vulgare (arum arisarum)
arizon-l. : Arizona lava (Basaltic lava, Flagstaff lava)
arlo. : arlome
armo-r. : = coch. = armoracia rusticana (old abbr.)

arn. : arnica montana


arn-xyz. : arnica unknown part
arrh-e. : arrhenaterum elatius
ars. : arsenicum album (arsenicum tri-oxidum, metallum album)
ars-ac. : arsenicum acidum
ars-be. : arsenobenzolum (arsphenamin, 4, 4-arsenobisi2-aminophenol, salvarsan)
ars-br. : arsenicum bromatum
ars-h. : arsenicum hydrogenisatum
ars-i. : arsenicum iodatum (arsenicum tri-iodatum, iodide of arsenic, metallum iodatum)
ars-met. : arsenicum metallicum
ars-n. : arsenicum nitricum
ars-pyr. : arseno pyrite (mispickel)
ars-s-f. : arsenicum sulphuratum flavum (arsenicum citrinum)
ars-s-r. : arsenicum sulphuratum rubrum (arsenicum rubrum, realgar)
art-d. : artemisia dracunculus
arthr-u. : uratic arthritis nosode
art-m. : artemisia mutellina
art-tri. : artemisis tridentata (big sagebrush)
art-v. : artemisia vulgaris (artemisia selengensis)
arum-d. : arum dracontium
arum-dru. : arum dracunculus (dracunculus vulgaris)
arum-i. : arum italicum
arum-m. : arum maculatum
arum-t. : arum triphyllum (arisaema atrorubens, arisaema triphyllum)
arund. : arundo mauritanica
arund-d. : arundo donax (mauritanica)
arund-p. : arundo phragmites (arundo communis, phragmites communis)
asaf. : asa foetida (ferula asa foetida, ferula narthex, ferula scorodosma, scorodosma foetida)
asar. : asarum Europaeum (asarum rotundifolium)
asar-c. : asarum canadense
asar-o. : asarum officinale
ascar-l. : ascaris lumbricoides
asc-c. : asclepias cornuti (asclepias syriaca, syriaca)
asc-cf. : asclepias cordifolia
asc-cu. : asclepias currassavica
asc-i. : asclepias incarnata
ascor-ac. : ascorbicum acidum (acidum ascorbicum, vitamin c)
asc-t. : asclepias tuberosa (asclepias decumbens)
asim. : asimina triloba (anona triloba, papaya vulgaris)
ask. : askalabotes laevigatus
asp. : aspen (Bach fl.)
aspar. : asparagus officinalis
asparin. : asparaginum
aspart-ac. : L-asparticum acidum (acidum asparticum, asparticum acidum)
asper. : asperula odorata (galium odoratum)
asperg-br. : aspergillus bronchialis
asperg-fl. : aspergillus flavus
asperg-fu. : aspergillus fumigatus
asperg-n. : aspergillus niger
aspho. : asphodelus albus (asphodele rameux, asphodelus ramosus, branched asphodel, king's spear,
royal staff, white asphodel)
aspidin. : aspidospermium (aspidospermina)
aspl-a. : asplenium adiantum nigrum
ast-a. : aster asper
astac. : astacus fluviatilis (cancer astacus, cancer fluviatilis, crawfish, potamobius astacus)

astat. : astatinum
aster. : asterias rubens (asteriacanthion rubens)
asthm-r. : asthma nosode Reckeweg
astra-ca. : astragalus campestris
astra-ci. : astragalus cicer
astra-e. : astragalus excapus
astra-gl. : astragalus glycyphyllos
astra-gu. : astragalus gummifer
astra-h. : astragalus Hornii
astra-l. : astragalus legum
astra-m. : astragalus menziesii (astragalus mollissimus, purple loco weed, wooly loco weed)
astra-mo. : = astra-m. = astragalus mollissimus
atha. : athamanta oreoselinum (peucedanum oreoselo)
atis. : atista indica (glycosmis pentaphylla)
atis-r. : atista radix
atox. : atoxyl
atp. : adenosinum triphosphoricum acidum (atp)
atra-r. : atrax robustus (Sydney funnel-web spider)
atri. : atriplex hortensis
atro. : atropinum-pur. + -s. (old abbr.)
atro-pur. : atropinum purum
atro-s. : atropinum sulphuricum (atropini sulfas)
auc-j. : aucuba japonica
aug. : augopora
aur. : aurum metallicum (aurum foliatum, triturated metallic gold)
auran. : aurantii cortex
aur-ar. : aurum arsenicum (aurum arsenicicum)
aur-br. : aurum bromatum
aur-col. : aurum colloidale (auri solutio colloidalis, colloidal gold)
aur-cy. : aurum cyanatum
aurel-a. : aurelia aurita
aureom. : aureomycinum
aur-f. : aurum fluoratum
aur-fu. : aurum fulminans (ammonium auricum)
aur-i. : aurum iodatum
aur-kcy. : aurum kalicyanatum
aur-m. : aurum muriaticum
aur-m-k. : aurum muriaticum kalinatum
aur-m-n. : aurum muriaticum natronatum (aurum natrium chloratum, natrium tetrachloroauratum)
aur-n. : aurum nitricum
aur-n-f. : aurum natrum fluoricum
aur-p. : aurum phosphoricum
aur-s. : aurum sulphuratum
aur-ts-n. : aurum thiosulfuricum natronatum
aven. : avena sativa
aven-g. : avena germinata
avic. : avicularia
aza. : azadirachta indica (melia azadirachta, melia azadirachta indica)

B
bac. : bacillinum Burnett
bacch-c. : baccharis crispa
bacls-10. : bacillus 10 (Paterson) (10 (Paterson), bacillus ten (Paterson), ten (Paterson))
bacls-7. : bacillus 7 (Paterson) (7 (Paterson), bacillus seven (Paterson), seven (Paterson))

bac-t. : bacillinum testium


bad. : badiaga (spongia fluvialitis, spongilla fluvialitis)
baj. : = bry-la. = baja
ball-f. : ballota foetida (ballota nigra)
ball-l. : ballota lanata
bals-p. : balsamum peruvianum (myrocylon peruvianum, myrospermum pereirae, myroxylon pereira,
myroxylon peruvianum)
bals-t. : balsamum tolutanum (balsamum toluiferum, toluiferum)
bamb-a. : bambusa arundinacea (bambusa vulgaris)
bamb-xyz. : bambusa unknown species
banis-c. : banisteria caapi (ayahuasca, ayhuasca, banisteria quitensis, banisteriopsis caapi, kahi,
mihi, natema, psychotria viridis, vine of the soul, yage, yaje)
bapt. : baptisia tinctoria
bapt-c. : baptisia confusa (baptisia confusa acetica)
bar-act. : baryta acetica (barium aceticum)
bar-ar. : baryta arsenicosa (barium arsenicosum)
barb. : barbae cyprini ova
barbit. : barbital (veronal)
bar-br. : baryta bromata (barium bromatum)
barbr-vg. : barbarea vulgaris (erysimum barbarea)
barbu-s. : barbula squarrosa
bar-c. : baryta carbonica (barium carbonicum)
bar-cn. : baryta calcinata (barium calcinatum)
bar-f. : baryta fluorica (barium fluoricum, baryta fluorata)
bar-gl. : baryta gluconica (barium gluconicum)
bar-i. : baryta iodata (barium iodatum, iodide of baryta)
bar-m. : baryta muriatica (barium chloratum)
bar-met. : baryta metallicum
bar-n. : baryta nitrica (barium nitricum)
bar-o. : baryta oxydata (barium oxydatum)
baros. : barosma crenulatum (barosma crenata, diosma crenata, oval buchu)
baros-be. : barosma betulina (short buchu)
baros-se. : barosma serratifolia (gesagtblatteriger buceostrauch, long buchu)
bar-ox-suc. : baryta oxalsuccinata (barium oxalsuccinicum)
bar-p. : baryta phosphorica (barium phosphoricum)
bar-s. : baryta sulphurica (barii sulphas, barium sulfuricum)
bart. : Bartfelder aqua
basal. : = arizon-l. = Basaltic lava (old abbr.)
basil. : basilicum (ocimum basilicum)
basil-fol. : ocimum basilicum ex foliis
basil-her. : ocimum basilicum ex herba
basil-xyz. : ocimum basilicum unknown species
bassar-a. : bassariscus astutus (civet cat, miner's cat, viverra civetta)
beech : beech (Bach fl.)
begon-s. : begonia semperflorens (begonia tuberosa)
bell. : belladonna (atropa belladona, atropa bella-donna)
bell-fol. : atropa belladonna folium
bell-p. : bellis perennis
bell-p-sp. : bellis perennis spagyricus
ben. : benzinum
b-end. : beta endorphine
ben-d. : benzinum dinitricum
ben-n. : benzinum nitricum
benz-ac. : benzoicum acidum (acidum benzoicum)
benzc. : benzocainum

benzl-be. : benzyl benzoicum


benzl-br. : benzyl bromatum
benzl-c. : benzyl cinnamicum
benzn. : benzonaphtolum
benzo. : benzoin oderiferum (laurus benzoin, lindera benzoin)
benzol. : benzolum (benzenum)
benzq. : benzoquinonum
berb. : berberis vulgaris
berb-a. : berberis aquifolium (mahonia aquifolium)
berbin. : berberinum
berbin-s. : berberinum sulphuricum
berk. : berkelium
berlin-w. : Berlin wall
bers-l. : bersama lucens
beryl. : beryllium metallicum (glucinium metallicum)
beryl-c. : beryllium carbonica (berylla carbonica)
beryl-f. : beryllium fluoridum
beryl-m. : beryllium muriaticum (beryllium chloride, glucinium muriaticum)
beryl-o. : beryllium oxydatum (glucinium oxydatum)
beta : beta vulgaris (beta rapa)
beta-al. : beta vulgaris altissima (sugar beet)
beta-co. : beta vulgaris conditiva (beetroot, rote beete, rote rbe)
beta-m. : beta maritima
betin. : betainum muriaticum
beto. : betonica aquatica
betu. : betula alba (betula pendula, betula verrucosa, white birch)
betu-fol. : betula alba e foliis
betu-p. : betula pubescens
betu-pi. : pix betulina (birkenholzteer, tar of birchwood.)
bid-b. : bidens bipinnata (leucantha)
bid-p. : bidens pilosa
bilir. : bilirubinum
biot. : biotinum (vitamine h1)
bism. : bismuthum-sn. (+ -o.) (old abbr.)
bism-c. : bismuthum carbonicum
bism-gl. : bismuthum gluconicum
bism-i. : bismuthum iodatum
bism-k-i. : bismuthum kalium iodatum (wismutkaliumjodid)
bism-m. : bismuthum muriaticum
bism-met. : bismuthum metallicum
bism-n. : bismuthum nitricum
bism-o. : bismuthum oxydatum
bism-sal. : bismuthum salicylicum (bismithi subsalicylas)
bism-sc. : bismuthum subcarbonicum
bism-sg. : bismuthum subgallicum
bism-sn. : bismuthum subnitricum (magistery of bismuth)
bism-sula. : bismuthum sulphuratum
bism-val. : bismuthum valerianicum
bit-ar. : bitis arietans arietans (bitis arietans, clotho arietans, common puff-adder)
bit-ga. : bitis gabonica
bix. : bixa orellana
blatta-a. : blatta Americana
blatta-o. : blatta orientalis
blum-o. : blumea odorata
boa-co. : boa constrictor

boerh-d. : boerhavia diffusa (boerhavia repens)


boerh-h. : boerhavia hirsuta (boerhavia erecta)
bold. : boldo fragrans (peumus boldo, ruizia fragrans)
bol-ed. : boletus edulis (boletus esculentus, tubiporus edulis)
bol-la. : boletus laricis (agaricus laricis, laricifomes officinalis, officinalis polyporus, polyporus
officinalis)
bol-lu. : boletus luridus
bol-s. : boletus satanas
bol-su. : boletus suaveolens (trametes suaveolens)
bomb-chr. : bombyx chrysorrhea (bombyx mori, seidenraupe, silk moth)
bomb-pr. : bombyx processionea (eichen prozessionsspinner, procession moth, taumata
taumetopoeia)
bombu-s. : bombus sylvestris (bombus silvestris, waldhummel, wood bumble bee)
bomh. : bomhenia
bond. : Bondonneau aqua
bop-sc. : bopusia scabra
bor-ac. : boricum acidum (acidum boricum, boracicum acidum)
bor-met. : = bor-pur. = borium metallicum (old abbr.)
bor-pur. : borium purum
borra-o. : borrago officinalis (borago officinalis)
borx. : borax veneta (natrium biboracicum, natrium biboratum, natrium tetraboracicum)
bos-taur. : bos taurus (bos bovis, bos primigenius taurus)
bosw-c. : boswellia carterii birdw.
bosw-sac. : boswellia sacra flueck
bosw-soc. : boswellia socotrina
both. : bothrops lanceolatus (bothrops jacara, bothrops urutu, jararaca, jararacussu, lachesis
lanceolatus)
both-a. : bothrops alternatus (lachesis alternatus)
both-ax. : bothrops atrox
bothrio-l. : bothriocephalus latus
botul. : botulinum (bacillus clostridium botulinum, clostridium botulinum)
bougv. : bougenville (bougainvillea)
bov. : bovista lycoperdon (bovista gigantea, lycoperdon bovista)
bowd-m. : bowdichea major
brach. : brachyglottis repens
brad-tact. : bradykinine triacetate
brahmi : brahmi
bran. : branca ursina (acanthus mollis)
brass. : brassica napus oleifera (old abbr.)
brass-c. : brassica campestris (brassica rapa, field mustard)
brass-e. : brassica eruca (eruca sativa)
brass-n-o. : brassica napus oleifera (oilseed rape)
brass-o. : brassica oleracea
brass-o-r. : brassica oleracea rubra
brass-r. : brassica rapa rapa
brid-at. : bridelia atroviridis
brid-fr. : bridelia ferruginea
bril-p. : brillantaisia patula
briz-m. : briza media
brod-e. : brodiaea elegans
brom. : bromium
bro-m. : bromus mollis
brom-ac. : bromium acidum
bromaz. : bromazepam
brom-hac. : bromhydricum acidum

brom-i. : bromium iodatum


bromof. : bromoformium
bro-r. : bromus ramosus (bromus racemosus, wild oat)
bros-gau. : brosimum gaudichaudi
bruc. : brucea antidysenterica (angustura falsa, angustura spuria, angustura spuria falsa)
brucel. : brucella melitensis (melitococcinum, melitotoxinum, micrococcus melitensis)
brucin. : brucinum
brucin-n. : brucinum nitricum
brun-vg. : brunella vulgaris
bry. : bryonia alba (black-berried white bryonia, European white bryonia, vitis alba, wild hops)
bry-cr. : bryonia cretica
bry-d. : bryonia dioica (British bryonia, heggerank, red bryonia, red-berried bryonia)
bry-la. : bryonia laciniosa (baja, bryonopsis laciniosa)
bryo-p. : bryophyllum proliferum
bry-xyz. : bry. + bry-d.
bufo : bufo rana (bufo cinereus, bufo vulgaris, bufonis saliva, rana bufo)
bufo-s. : bufo sahytiensis (bufo sahytiensis Mure)
bung-cd. : bungarus candidus
bung-cl. : bungarus caeruleus (Indian krait, sangchkur)
bung-fa. : bungarus fasciatus (bungarus facia)
buni-e. : bunias erucago
buni-o. : bunias orientalis
bupiv. : bupivacaine
bupl-f. : buplevrum falcatum
but-ac. : butyricum acidum (acidum butyricum)
buteo-b. : buteo buteo (common buzzard)
buteo-j. : buteo jamaicensis (hawk)
buth-a. : buthus Australis (androctonus Australis, prionurus Australis, scorpio Australis)
buth-af. : buthus afer
buth-oc. : buthus occitanus
bux. : buxus sempervirens

C
cac. : cacao (theobroma cacao)
cact. : cactus grandiflorus (cactus selenicereus grandiflorus, cereus grandiflorus, myrtillocactus,
selenicereus grandiflorus, selenicereus spinulosus)
cactin-m. : cactinum mexicanum
cact-xyz. : cactus unknown part
cadm-act. : cadmium aceticum
cadm-ar. : cadmium arsenicosum
cadm-bi. : cadmium bichromatum
cadm-br. : cadmium bromatum
cadm-c. : cadmium carbonicum
cadm-calc-f. : cadmium calcarea fluoricum
cadm-chl. : cadmium chloratum
cadm-chr. : cadmium chromatum
cadm-f. : cadmium fluoratum
cadm-f-i. : cadmium ferrum iodatum
cadm-gl. : cadmium gluconicum
cadm-i. : cadmium iodatum (iodide of cadmium)
cadm-m. : cadmium muriaticum
cadm-met. : cadmium metallicum
cadm-n. : cadmium nitricum
cadm-o. : cadmium oxydatum

cadm-p. : cadmium phosphoricum


cadm-s. : cadmium sulphuratum
cadm-sel. : cadmium selenicosum
cael. : caela zacatechichi
caer. : caerulum (blue color)
caesal-b. : caesalpinia bonducella
caes-br. : caesium bromatum (cesium bromatum)
caes-hox. : caesium hydroxydum (cesium hydroxydum)
caes-m. : caesium chloratum (caesum muriaticum, cesium muriaticum)
caes-met. : caesium metallicum (cesium metallicum)
cain. : cainca (cahinca, cahinca racemosa, chiococca densifolia, chiococca racemosa)
caj. : cajuputum (melaleuca leucodendron, oleum cajuputi, oleum wittnebianum)
cajan. : cajanus cajan (arhar patra, cajanus flavus, cajanus indicus)
cak-m. : cakile maritima
calad. : caladium seguinum (arum seguinum, dieffenbachia seguinum)
calag. : calaguala (polypodium calaguala, polypodium leucotomos)
calam. : calamus aromaticus (acorus calamus)
calami-a. : calamintha acinos
calami-ch. : calamintha chenopodii
calami-cl. : calamintha clinopodium
calami-g. : calamintha grandiflora
calami-o. : calamintha officinalis
cal-bil. : calculus biliari (calcarea biliaris)
calc. : calcarea carbonica (calcii carbonas, calcium carbonicum, conchae praeparatae, ostrea
edulis)
calc-act. : calcarea acetica (calcium aceticum)
calc-ar. : calcarea arsenicosa (calcii arsenias, calcium arsenicosum)
calc-br. : calcarea bromata (bromide of calcium, calcii bromidum, calcium bromatum)
calc-caust. : calcarea caustica (calcarea caustica segini, calcii chloridum, calcium causticum,
calcium hydrate)
calc-chem. : calcarea carbonica chemicalis (chemical calcii carbonas)
calc-chln. : calcarea chlorinata (calcarea hypochlorata, calcium chlorinatum)
calc-cit. : calcarea citrica (calcium citricum)
calc-cn. : calcarea calcinata
calc-f. : calcarea fluorica (calcarea fluorata, calcium fluoricum)
calc-form. : calcarea formicum (calcium formicum)
calc-f-sil. : calcarea fluosilicata (calcarea silico-fluorica, calcium hexafluorosilicate)
calc-gl. : calcarea gluconica (calcii gluconas)
calc-glp. : calcarea glycerophosphorica (calcii glycerophosphas)
calc-glt. : calcarea glutamica (calcium glutamicum)
calc-hi. : calcarea hydriodica
calc-hox. : calcarea hydroxidum (calx vivas mineralis)
calc-hp. : calcarea hypophosphorosa (calcium hypophosphoricum, hypophosphite of lime)
calc-hs. : calcarea hyposulfurosa
calc-i. : calcarea iodata (calcium iodatum)
calc-lac. : calcarea lactica (calcii lactas, calcium lacticum)
calc-ln. : calcarea lactica natronata
calc-lp. : calcarea lactophosphorica (calcarea lactica phosphorica)
calc-m. : calcarea muriatica (calcium chloratum)
calc-met. : calcarea metallicum (calcium metallicum)
calc-n. : calcarea nitrica
calc-o. : calcarea oyxdata (calcium oxydatum)
calc-ost. : calcarea carbonica ostrearum (calcarea carbonica Hahnemanni)
calc-o-t. : calcarea ovi testae (calcium ovi testae, ovi gallinae testa, ovi testa, testa praeparata)
calc-ox. : calcarea oxalica (calcium oxalicum)

calc-p. : calcarea phosphorica (calcium phosphoricum)


calc-perm. : calcarea permanganica
calc-pic. : calcarea picrica (calcium picricum)
calc-pt. : calcarea pantothenica (calcii panthothenas)
calc-py. : calcarea pyrophosphorica
calc-s. : calcarea sulphurica (calcium sulphuricum)
calc-sil. : calcarea silicata (calcarea silicica, calcium silicatum)
calc-st-s. : calcarea stibiato-sulphurata (calcarea sulphurata stibiata, calcium stibiato-sulphuratum)
calc-v. : calcarea versaillis
calen. : calendula officinalis (aqueous calendula, calendula cerate, marigoldin)
calen-a. : calendula arvensis
calic. : calici virus
calif. : californium
calli-al. : calliandra alternans
calli-h. : calliandra houstoni (pambotano)
callil-l. : callilepis laureola
calo. : calotropis gigantea (asclepias gigantea, madar, madura album, mudar)
calocd-d. : calocedrus decurrens (cedar incense)
caloct-a. : calochortus albus
calo-l. : calotropis lactum
calo-p. : calotropis procera
cal-ren. : calculus renalis (calcarea renalis, calcarea renalis praeparata, calculus urinae, lapis
renalis)
cal-ren-p. : calculus renalis phosphorus
cal-ren-u. : calculus renalis uricus
cal-sal. : calculus salivarii
calth. : caltha palustris
calyc-o. : calycanthus occidentalis
calyp-u. : calyptridium umbellatum
calys-s. : calystegia sepium
camel-j. : camelia japonica
campan-ra. : campanula rapunculus
campan-ro. : campanula rotundifolia
campan-t. : campanula trachelium
camph. : camphora officinalis (camphora racemica, cinnamomum camphora, laurus camphora)
camph-ac. : camphoricum acidum
camph-br. : camphora bromata (bromide of camphor, camphora monobromata)
camph-mbr. : = camph-br. = camphora monobromata
campho-m. : camphorosma monspeliaca
canch. : canchalagua (centaurium, centaurium erythraea, erythraea centaurium, erythraea
chilensis)
cand. : candida parapsilosis
canis-exc. : excrementum caninum
canna : canna angustifolia
cann-i. : cannabis indica
cann-s. : cannabis sativa
cann-xyz. : cannabis unknown species
canth. : cantharis vesicatoria (lytta vesicatoria, meloe vesicatoris)
cantha-c. : cantharellus cibarius (chanterelle)
canthin. : cantharidinum
cany-d. : canyon dudleya (dedleya cymposa)
capp-crc. : capparis coriaccea
capp-crm. : capparis corymbifera
capp-g. : capparis gueinzii
capre. : capreolus capreolus (roe deer)

caps. : capsicum annuum (Cayenne pepper, pili-pili)


caps-f. : capsicum frutescens
car. : carissa schimperi (acokanthera schimperi)
cara-p. : carapa procera
carb-ac. : carbolicum acidum (phenol, phenolum)
carbam. : carbamazepine
carb-an. : carbo animalis
carbmc. : carboxymethylcellulosum
carb-mi. : carbo mineralis (black coal, charbon noir, steinkohle)
carbn. : carboneum
carbn-chl. : carboneum chloratum
carbn-dox. : carboneum dioxydum
carbn-h. : carboneum hydrogenisatum
carbn-o. : carboneum oxygenisatum
carbn-s. : carboneum sulphuratum (bi-sulphide of carbon, carbon bisulphide, schwefelkohlenstoff)
carbn-tm. : carboneum tetramuriaticum (carboneum tetrachloridum)
carbo-f. : carbo fullerenum (Buckminster fullerenes)
carb-um. : carbo umbra (braunkohle, brown coal, charbon brun)
carb-v. : carbo vegetabilis (carbo ligni)
carc. : carcinosinum (cancerinum, carcinosinum burnett, carcinosinum foubister)
carc-bl-adp. : carcinosinum bladder adeno papillar
carc-col. : carcinoma coli
carc-col-ad. : carcinosinum colon adeno
carc-col-adp. : carcinosinum colon adeno papillar
carc-hepat. : carcinoma hepatis
carc-in. : carcinosinum intestines co.
carc-lar. : carcinoma laryngis
carc-lu. : carcinoma bronchium
carc-lu-ads. : carcinosinum lung adeno squamous
carc-mamm. : carcinoma mammae
carc-mel-met. : carconisum melanoma metastitic (metastatic melanoma)
carc-rec-ad. : carcinosinum rectum adeno
carc-st. : carcinosinum stomach
carc-st-ad. : carcinosinum stomach adeno
carc-st-sc. : carcinosinum stomach scirrhus
carc-ut. : carcinoma uteri
carc-ut-ad. : carcinosinum uterus adeno
carc-ut-p. : carcinosinum uterus papillar
cardam. : cardamine pratensis
cardam-a. : cardamine amara
cardamo. : cardamomum (elettaria cardamomum)
card-b. : carduus benedictus (cnicus benedictus)
cardiaz. : cardiazol
cardios-h. : cardiospermum halicacabum
card-m. : carduus marianus (silybum marianum)
carex-a. : carex arenaria
cari-p. : carica papaya
carl. : Carlsbad aqua (karlsbad aqua)
carli-a. : carlina acaulis
carli-vg. : carlina vulgaris
carneg-g. : carnegia gigantea (saguaro cactus)
carnin. : carnitinum
carnin-m. : carnitinum muriaticum
caroten. : carotenum
carp-b. : carpinus betulus (hornbeam)

cartl-s. : cartilago suis


caru. : carum carvi (bunium carvi, oil of Caraway, oleum carvi)
cary. : carya alba
caryo. : caryophyllus aromaticus (eugenia carophyllata, syzygium aromaticum)
casc. : cascarilla (croton cascarilla, croton eluteria)
casein. : caseinum
cass. : cassada (jatropha manihot, manihot utilissima, manioc)
cas-s. : cascara sagrada (cascara, rhamni purshianae cortex, rhamnus purshiana)
cassia-a. : cassia alata
cassia-f. : cassia fistula
cassia-l. : cassia laevigata
cassia-m. : cassia medica
cassia-o. : cassia occidentalis (senna occidentalis)
cassia-ob. : cassia obovata (cassia obtusa, cassia obtusata, senna obovata)
cassia-s. : cassia sophera (cassia sophora)
caste. : castella texana
caste-to. : castella totuosa
castm. : castoreum canadense (castoreum muscovitum, castoreum sibericum, castoreum sibinicum,
castoreum sibiricum, siberian castor)
castn-v. : castanea vesca (castanea sativa, castanea vulgaris, sweet chestnut)
castor-eq. : castor equi
castr-ol. : castor oil
catal. : catalpa bignonoides (bignonia catalpa)
catar. : cataria nepeta
catechu : catechu (cachou)
cath-a. : cathartes aura (turkey vulture)
catha-ed. : catha edulis (celastrus edulis)
catuab. : catuaba
cauc-l. : caucalis latifolia
caul. : caulophyllum thalictroides (leontice thalictroides)
caust. : causticum (causticum hahnemanni, tinctura sine kali)
cean. : ceanothus Americanus (ceanothus virginiana)
cean-tr. : ceanothus thrysiflorus
cecr. : cecropia mexicana
cecr-o. : cecropia obtusa
cecr-p. : cecropia palmata
cedr. : cedron (simaba cedron, simaruba cedron, simaruba ferroginea, simaruba officinalis)
cedrus-d. : cedrus deodara
cedrus-l. : cedrus libani
cefur. : cefuroxim
celas-s. : celastrus scandens (American bitter sweet, climbing bitter sweet)
celo-t. : celosia trigyna
celt. : celtis occidentalis
cem. : cement
cench. : cenchris contortrix (agkistrodon contortrix, ancistrodon contortrix, ancistrodon mokeson,
ankistrodon contortrix, ankistrodon contortrix mokeson, North American copper head snake,
trigonocephalus contortrix)
cent. : centaurea tagana
centau. : centaury (Bach fl.)
cent-ca. : centaurea calcitrada
cent-cy. : centaurea cyanus
cent-j. : centaurea jacea
cent-n. : centaurea nigra
centr-r. : centranthus ruber
cent-u. : centaurea umbellata (centaury)

ceph. : cephalanthus occidentalis


cephd-i. : cephalandra indica
ceras-ce. : cerastes cerastes (hornviper)
cerast-a. : cerastium aquaticum (malachium aquaticum, stellaria aquatica)
cerat. : cerato (Bach fl.)
cer-br. : cerium bromatum
cer-c. : cerium carbonicum
cerc-o. : cercis occidentalis
cerc-s. : cercis siliquastrum
cere-b. : cereus bonplandii (cactus bonplandii)
ceref-s. : cerefolium sativum (anthriscus cerefolium, chaerophyllum sativum)
cere-s. : cereus serpentinus (cactus serpentinus)
cerev-lg. : cerevisia lager (Lager beer)
cer-f. : cerium fluoratum
cer-i. : cerium iodatum
cer-lac. : cerium lacticum
cer-m. : cerium muriaticum
cer-met. : cerium metallicum
cer-n. : cerium nitricum
cer-o. : cerium oxydatum
cer-ox. : cerium oxalicum (oxalate of cerium)
cer-p. : cerium phosphoricum
cer-s. : cerium sulfuricum
cer-sil. : cerium silicatum
cerstig-w. : ceratostigma willmottigma (cerato, ceratostigma willmottiana)
certhec-t. : ceratotheca triloba
cerv. : cervus brasilicus (cervus brasilicus campestris)
cerv-elaph. : cervus elaphus
ces-m. : = caes-m. = cesium muriaticum
ceter-o. : ceterach officinarum
ceto. : cetonia aurata
cetr. : cetraria islandica (lichen islandicus)
chaero-t. : chaerophyllum temolum
chalco. : chalcosine
cham. : chamomilla (chamomilla recutita, chamomilla vulgaris, echte kamille, German chamomile,
matricaria chamomilla, matricaria recutita)
chamae. : chamaedrys (teucrium chamaedrys)
chap. : chaparro amargoso
chasm-p. : chasmanthera palmata (colombo, columbo, jateorhiza palmata, jateorrhiza palmata,
jatrorrhiza palmata)
chaul. : chaulmoogra (gynocardia odorata, oleum chaulmoogra, taraktogenos, taraktogenos kurzii)
ch-bud : chestnud bud (Bach fl.)
cheir. : cheiranthus cheiri (wall flower)
chel. : chelidonium majus
chel-g. : chelidonium glaucum
chelin. : chelidoninum
chelo. : chelone glabra
chen-a. : chenopodium anthelminticum (American wormseed, chenopodium ambrosioides, paico)
chen-al. : chenopodium album
chen-bh. : chenopodium bonus henricus
chen-bt. : chenopodium botrys
chen-g. : chenopodium glaucum
chen-hy. : chenopodium hybridum
chen-o. : chenopodium opulifolium (chenopodium ugandae)
chenod-ac. : chenodesoxycholicum acidum

chen-v. : chenopodium vulvaria (chenopodium olidum)


chen-vg. : chenopodium vulgare
chic. : chicory (Bach fl.)
chim. : chimaphila umbellata (pyrola umbellata)
chim-m. : chimaphila maculata
chim-rot. : chimaphila rotundifolia
chin. : china officinalis (chinchonae cortex, cinchona officinalis, cinchona regia, peruvian bark)
chin-b. : china boliviana (cinchona boliviana, cinchona calisaya)
chin-ca. : china calisays (cinchona flava, yellow bark)
chinid. : chinidinum hydrochloricum
chinin-ar. : chininum arsenicosum (arseniate of quinia)
chinin-br. : chininum bromaticum (bromide of quinine)
chinin-brh. : chininum bromhydricum
chinin-fcit. : chininum ferri citricum
chinin-hcy. : chininum hydrocyanicum
chinin-m. : chininum muriaticum (chinini hydrochloridum, quinine hydrochlorate)
chinin-p. : chininum phosphoricum
chinin-pur. : chininum purum (quinia)
chinin-s. : chininum sulphuricum (chinini sulfas, quinia sulphate, quinine sulphate)
chinin-sal. : chininum salicylicum
chinin-val. : chininum valerianicum
chin-su. : cinchona succirubra (cinchona pubescens, peruvian bark, red bark)
chion. : chionanthus virginica (chionanthus Americana, chionanthus latifolia)
chir-fl. : chironex fleckeri (Australian sea wasp, box jellies, box jellyfish, cubozoa, fire medusae,
marine stingers)
chirop. : chiroptera
chivx. : chivonex
chlam. : chlamydinum
chlam-tr. : chlamydia trachomatis
chlf. : chloroformium (chloroformum, methylenum trichloratum, methylenum trichloride)
chlg-p. : chlorogalum pumeriadianum
chlol. : chloralum hydratum
chlor. : chlorum (chlorinum)
chlorals. : chloralosum
chloram. : chloramphenicolum (chloromycetinum)
chloramb. : chlorambucil
chlorami. : chloraminum
chlordia. : chlordiazepoxide
chlorns-ac. : chlornitrosum acidum
chloroc-w. : chlorocodon whiteii
chlorox. : chloroxylenum
chlorpr. : chlorpromazinum
chlort. : chlortetracycline
chlp. : chlorophyllum
chlquin-p. : chloroquinum phosphoricum
cho. : cholas terrapina
choc. : chocolate
chol. : cholesterinum (cholesterolum)
cholcalc. : cholecalciferolum (vitamin d3)
cholin. : cholinum
chondr-c. : chondrus crispus
chopn. : chopheenee
chord-umb. : chorda umbilicalis (funiculus umbilicalis)
ch-plum : cherry plum (Bach fl.)
chr-ac. : chromicum acidum

chr-act. : chromicum aceticum


chr-ah. : chromicum anhydridum
chr-gl. : chromium gluconicum
chr-hox. : chromium hydroxydum
chr-m. : chromium muriaticum
chr-met. : chromium metallicum
chr-o. : chromium oxydatum
chr-p. : chromium phosphoricum
chr-s. : chromium sulphuricum
chrys-ac. : chrysophanicum acidum
chrysan. : chrysanthemum leucanthemum (leucanthemum vulgare)
chrysan-b. : chrysanthemum balsamita
chrysan-ci. : chrysanthemum cinerariaefolium
chrysan-co. : chrysanthemum coronarium
chrysan-m. : chrysanthemum morifolium (chrysanthemum)
chrysar. : chrysarobinum (andira araroba, araroba, bahia-pulver)
chrysi. : chrysis
chrysol. : chrysolite (chrysolith)
chrystl. : chrysanthellum Americanum (chrysanthellum indicum)
cibot-b. : cibotium balantium (penghawar djambi)
cic. : cicuta virosa
cice. : cicer arietinum
cich. : cichorium intybus (chicorium intybus, chicory)
cic-m. : cicuta maculata
cimic. : cimicifuga racemosa (actaea racemosa, actea racemosa, macrotys racemosa)
cimx. : cimex lectularius (acanthia lectularia)
cina : cina maritima (artemisia cina, artemisia contra, artemisia judaica, artemisia maritima,
semen contra)
cinch. : cinchoninum sulphuricum (sulphate of cinchonine)
cinchop. : cinchophenum
cine. : cineraria maritima (senecio cineraria)
cinis-l. : cinis ligni (ash of wood, holzasche)
cinn-ac. : cinnamicum acidum
cinnb. : cinnabaris (mercuric sulphide, mercurius sulphide, mercurius sulphuratus ruber, mercury (II)
sulphide, red sulphide of mercury)
cinnm. : cinnamomum zeylanicum (cinnamomi cortex, cinnamomum ceylancium, cinnamonum
verum)
cinnmd-c. : cinnamodendron corticosum (drymis winteri)
circ-l. : circaea lutetiana
cirr-hepat. : cirrhosis hepatis nosode
cirs-ac. : cirsium acaule
cirs-ar. : cirsium arvense
cirs-l. : cirsium lanceolatum
cisplat. : cisplatina
cissa-t. : cissampelos torulosa
cissu-c. : cissus cuneifolia
cissu-d. : cissus debilis (cayratia debilis)
cist. : cistus canadensis (cistus vulgaris, citrus canadensis, helianthemum canadense, rock rose)
cit-ac. : citricum acidum
cit-b. : citrus bergamia
cit-d. : citrus decumana
cit-l. : citrus limonum
citl-vg. : citrullus vulgaris
cit-m. : citrus medica
cit-p. : citrus paradisi

cit-s. : citrus sinensis


cit-v. : citrus vulgaris (aurantii cortex, aurantium, citrus aurantium)
cit-xyz. : citrus species unknown
cladon. : cladonia pyxidata (cup moss)
cladon-ra. : cladonia rangiferina (reindeer moss)
cladop. : cladophora rupestris
clados-l. : cladosporium lugdunense
clados-m. : cladosporium metanigrum (aureobasidium)
claus-an. : clausena anisata
claus-in. : clausena inaequalis
clem. : clematis erecta (clematis recta)
clemat. : clematis (Bach fl.)
clem-sax : clematis saxicola
clem-vir. : clematis virginiana
clem-vit. : clematis vitalba (clematis)
cleom-g. : cleome gynandra (gynandropsis gynandra)
clerod-g. : clerodendron glabrum
clerod-i. : clerodendron infortunatum
clobaz. : clobazam
clomip. : clomipramine
clostr-we. : clostridium Welchii (bacillus Welchii)
cloth. : = bit-ar. = clotho arietans (old abbr.)
cnic-ar. : cnicus arvensis
coalt. : coaltarum
cob. : cobaltum metallicum
cob-act. : cobaltum aceticum
cob-col. : cobaltum colloidale
cob-f. : cobaltum fluoratum
cob-gl. : cobaltum gluconicum
cob-i. : cobaltum iodatum
cob-m. : cobaltum muriaticum (cobaltum chloratum, cobaltum chloridum)
cob-n. : cobaltum nitricum
cob-o. : cobaltum oxydatum
cob-p. : cobaltum phosphoricum
cob-s. : cobaltum sulfuricum
cob-sil. : cobaltum silicatum
cob-sula. : cobaltum sulphuratum
coca : coca (erythroxylon coca)
coca-c. : coca cola
cocain. : cocainum hydrochloricum (cocaini hydrochloricum, cocainum muriaticum)
cocarb. : cocarboxylase
cocc. : cocculus indicus (anamirta cocculus, Indian cockle, menispermum cocculus)
coc-c. : coccus cacti (dactylopius coccus)
coccal : bacillus Coccal co. (Paterson) (coccal co. (paterson), coccal compound (paterson))
cocci-i. : coccinia indica
cocc-s. : coccinella septempunctata
coch. : cochlearia armoracia (amoracia, armoracia lapathifolia, armoracia rusticana, armoracia
sativa, cochlearia armoracea, cochlearia rusticana)
coch-o. : cochlearia officinalis (cochlearia pyrenaica)
cocos-n. : cocos nucifera (coconut palm, kokospalme)
cocos-n-aq. : cocos nucifera aqua
cocos-xyz-aq. : cocos unknown species aqua
cod. : codeinum
codeth. : codethylinum
cod-p. : codeinum phosphoricum

cod-s. : codeinum sulfuricum


coenz-a. : coenzyme A
coenz-q. : coenzyme Q (coenzyme Q10, ubichinon, ubichinon ubidecarenon coenzym q10,
ubiquinone)
coff. : coffea cruda (coffea arabica)
coffin. : coffeinum (caffeinum, guaraninum, trimethylxanthin)
coff-t. : coffea tosta
colch. : colchicum autumnale
colchin. : colchicinum
coleus-a. : coleus aromaticus
coli. : colibacillinum (bacterium coli, bacterium coli commune, escherichia coli)
coll. : collinsonia canadensis
collarg. : collargolum
collod. : collodion
col-met. : = niob-met. = columbium metallicum
coloc. : colocynthis (citrullus colocynthis, colocynthis citrullus, cucumis colocynthis)
colocin. : colocynthinum
colos. : colostrum
colum-p. : columba palumbus (ringdove, ring-dove)
colut-a. : colutea arborescens
com. : comocladia dentata (guao)
comar-p. : comarum palustre
combr-r. : combretum raimbaultii (kinkeliba)
con. : conium maculatum
conch. : conchiolinum (mater perlarum, perlarum mater)
cones. : conessinum
cones-hbr. : conessinum hydrobromicum (conessinum bromhydricum)
congo-r. : congo red
conin. : coniinum (coninum)
conin-br. : coniinum bromatum
conr-m. : cornus mas
consol-r. : consolida regalis (delphinum consolida)
conv. : convallaria majalis
convlm. : convallamarinum
convo-a. : convolvulus arvensis
convo-d. : convolvulus duartinus (ipomoea bona-nox)
convo-s. : convolvulus stans (ipomoea stans)
convo-se. : convolvulus sepium
conyz-sm. : conyza sumatrensis
conyz-vg. : conyza vulgaris (inula conyza, inula squarrosa)
cop. : copaiva officinalis (balsamum copaivae, balsamum copaivae siccum, copahu, copaiba,
copaifera langdorfii, copaifera officinalis)
coprah : coprah
cord-c. : cordia coffeoide
cordyc. : cordyceps militaris (Caterpillar fungus, Tibetan mushroom)
corh. : corallorhiza odontorhiza
corian-s. : coriandrum sativum
cori-m. : coriaria myrtifolia
cori-r. : coriaria ruscifolia (Tutu)
corla-o. : corallina officinalis
corn. : cornus circinata
cor-n. : corallium nigrum (black coral, Schwarze Koralle)
corn-a. : cornus alternifolia
corn-f. : cornus florida
corn-s. : cornus sericea

corn-sa. : cornus sanguinea


coron-v. : coronilla varia
cor-r. : corallium rubrum
cortico. : corticotropinum (ACTH, adrenocorticotropinum)
cortiso. : cortisonum (cortisol, cortisoni acetas)
corv-cor. : corvus corax (sanguis corvi)
cory. : corydalis formosa (corydalis canadensis, dicentra canadensis, dicentra formosa)
cory-b. : corydalis bulbosa
cory-c. : corydalis cava
coryl-a. : corylus avellana
cosmo. : cosmolin (cosmoline)
cost-p. : costus pisonis
cost-s. : costus spicatus
cot. : cotyledon umbilicus (umbilicus pendulinus)
coto : coto
cotrim. : cotrimoxazol
coxs. : coxsackie virus nosode
cr-apple : crab apple (Bach fl.) (chestnut bud, white chestnut bud)
crasp-v. : craspidospermum verticellatum
crass-o. : crassula obliqua
crass-r. : crassula rubicunda
crat. : crataegus oxyacantha (crataegus laevigata, crataegus monogyna)
crat-fr. : crataegi oxyacanthae fructus
crats-ce. : craterispermum cerinanthum
creat. : creatinum
creat-p. : creatinum phosphoricum
crith-m. : crithmum maritimum
croc. : crocus sativus (crocus stigmates)
crot-ad. : crotalus adamanteus (eastern diamondback rattlesnake)
crot-c. : crotalus cascavella (crotalus durissus cascavella)
crot-cam. : croton campestris
crot-chlol. : croton chloralum (butyl chloralhydratum, croton chloralhydratum)
crot-f. : croton fulvum (velome de mato)
crot-h. : crotalus horridus
crot-le. : croton lecheri
crot-t. : croton tiglium
cryp. : cryptopinum
cryptc. : cryptococcinum
ctenoc-c. : ctenocephalides canis
ctenoc-f. : ctenocephalides felis
cub. : cubeba officinalis (piper cubeba)
cuc-c. : cucurbita citrullus (citrullus lanatus)
cuc-m. : cucurbita maxima
cuc-p. : cucurbita pepo
cucum-h. : cucumis hirsutus
cucum-m. : cucumis melo
culx. : culex musca
culx-p. : culex pipiens
cumin. : cumarinum (coumarinum)
cumn-c. : cuminum cyminum
cund. : cundurango (condro-vinc bark, condurango, eagle vine, encorcede condurang, gonolubus
cundurango, marsdenia cundurango)
cuph. : cuphea viscosissima (cuphea petiolata, lythrum petiolatum)
cupr. : cuprum metallicum
cupr-act. : cuprum aceticum

cupr-alum. : cuprum aluminatum (lapis divinus)


cupr-am-s. : cuprum ammoniae sulphuricum
cupr-ar. : cuprum arsenicosum (arsenite of copper)
cupr-be. : cuprum benzoicum
cupr-br. : cuprum bromatum
cupr-c. : cuprum carbonicum (malachite)
cupr-cy. : cuprum cyanatum
cupre-au. : cupressus Australis
cupre-l. : cupressus lawsoniana (chamaecyparis lawsonia)
cupre-n. : cupressus niger
cupre-s. : cupressus sempervirens
cupr-f. : cuprum fluoratum
cupr-form. : cuprum formicum
cupr-gl. : cuprum gluconicum
cupr-hdr. : cuprum hydrargyrum
cupr-hox. : cuprum hydroxydum
cupr-i. : cuprum iodatum
cupr-m. : cuprum muriaticum
cupr-n. : cuprum nitricum
cupr-o. : cuprum oxydatum nigrum
cupr-ox. : cuprum oxalicum
cupr-p. : cuprum phosphoricum
cupr-pi. : cuprum protoidatum
cupr-s. : cuprum sulphuricum (cupri sulfas anhydricus)
cupr-sil. : cuprum silicatum
cupr-sula. : cuprum sulphuratum
cur. : curare (hoorali, oorari, woorali, woorara)
curc. : curcuma javanensis
curc-x. : curcuma xanthorrhiza (curcuma longa)
curc-z. : curcuma zedoaria
curi. : curium
cusc-a. : cuscuta Americana
cusc-ep. : cuscuta epithymum (cuscuta minor)
cusc-eu. : cuscuta Europaea
cyanoc. : cyanocobalaminum (vitamin b12)
cyath. : cyathula
cycl. : cyclamen Europaeum (cyclamen purpurascens)
cycl-n. : cyclamen napolitanum
cyclop. : cyclophosphamide
cyclos. : cycloserinum
cyclosp. : cyclosporinum (ciclosporine)
cyd. : cydonia vulgaris
cygn-be. : cygnus bewickii (Bewick's swan, cygnus columbianus, Tundra swan)
cygn-cy. : cygnus cygnus (whooper swan)
cygn-ol. : cygnus olor (mute swan)
cymbop-ci. : cymbopogon citratus
cymbop-n. : cymbopogon nardus (andropogon nardus)
cymbop-n-ol. : cymbopogon nardus oleum (aurantii amari floris aetheroleum, oleum citronella)
cymin. : cymarinum
cyna. : cynara scolymus
cyna-c. : cynara cardunculus
cyn-d. : cynodon dactylon
cyno. : cynoglossum officinale
cynor. : cynorrhodon
cynos. : cynosbati (schlafapfel)

cyper-l. : cyperus longus


cyper-o. : cyperus olivaris (cyperus rotundus)
cypr. : cypripedium pubescens
cypra-eg. : cypraea eglantina (cowrie snail, kaurischnecke)
cyrtop-p. : cyrtopodium punctatum
cystein. : cysteinum
cystein-l. : L-cysteinum
cystein-m. : cysteinum muriaticum
cysti. : cystisinum
cysto-f. : cystoseira fibrosa
cysto-nephr. : cystopyelonephritis nosode
cytid. : cytidinum
cytin. : cytisinum
cyt-l. : cytisus laburnum (anagyroides, cystisus laburnum, laburnum anagyroides)

D
dact-g. : dactylis glomerata
dam. : damiana (damiana aphrodisiaca, turnera aphrodisiaca, turnera diffusa)
danaz. : danazol
daph. : daphne indica (daphne odora, daphne odorata)
daph-l. : daphne laureola
dat-a. : datura arborea (bougmanica, brugmansia candida)
dat-f. : datura ferox
datin. : daturinum
datis. : datisca cannabina
dat-m. : datura metel
dat-s. : datura sanguinea
dauc-c. : daucus carota
dchlo-de-s. : dichlorodiethyl sulfide (mustard gas)
del. : delphinus amazonicus
delphin. : delphininum staphysagria
delphin-n. : delphinium nudicaule
dema. : dematium petraeum
dendr-pol. : dendroaspis polylepsis (black mamba)
der. : derris pinnata (derris elliptica, tuba root)
derm-f. : dermatophagoides farinae
derm-p. : dermatophagoides pteronyssinus
des-ac. : desoxyribonucleicum acidum (adn, deoxyribonucleicum acidum, dna, thymonucleicum
acidum)
desch-f. : deschampsia flexuosa
descu-s. : descurainia sophia
desm-g. : desmodium gangeticum
desmon-r. : desmoncus rudentum
de-s-oestr. : diethylstilboestrolum
deut-o. : deuterium oxydatum
deut-t-o. : deuterium tritium oxydatum
dexam. : dexamethason
dextr. : dextrinum
dhchol-ac. : dehydrocholicum acidum
dhcort. : deltahydrocortisone
dhretin. : dehydroretinol (vitamine A2)
dh-strept. : dihydrostreptomycine sulfate
dial-f. : dialium ferrum (bread of iron, pan de hierro)
dianthe-p. : dianthera pectoralis

dianthu-c. : dianthus caryophyllus


dianthu-f. : dianthus fimbriatus (dianthus superbus)
diaz. : diazepam
dicen-c. : dicentra cucullaria
dicha. : dichapetalum
diclof. : diclofenac
dicoum. : dicoumarolum
dict. : dictamnus albus (dictamus fraxinella)
dig. : digitalis purpurea (digitalis purpureae folium)
digin. : digitalinum
dig-la. : digitalis lanata
dig-lu. : digitalis lutea
digox. : digitoxinum
dion-mus. : dionaea muscipula (venus flytrap)
dios. : dioscorea villosa (dioscorea paniculata)
diosgin. : diosgeninum
diosin. : dioscoreinum
diosm. : diosma lincaris
dios-p. : dioscorea petrea
diosp-k-c. : diospyros kaki Creveld
diox. : dioxan
dioxi. : dioxinum (dioxin)
dip. : dipodium punctatum
diph. : diphtherinum (diphthericum)
diph-b. : bacillus diphtheriae (diphtheriae bacillus)
diph-pert-t. : diphtheria, pertussis, tetanus (DPT, DTP)
diph-te-pol-vc. : diphthero-tetano-polio vaccinus
diph-te-vc. : diphthero-tetano vaccinus
diphtox. : diphtherotoxinum (immunoserum diphthericum)
diph-t-tpt. : diphthero-tetano-typho-paratyphoidicum (antidiphtheric-tetanic-typho-paratyphoid
vaccin, diphthericum-tetanicum-typho-parathyphoidicum, DTTAB, dt-tab.)
diph-vc. : diphthero vaccinus
diplo-t. : diplotaxis tenuifolia
dips-s. : dipsacus silvestris
dipt-tu. : dipterocarpus turbinatus
dirc. : dirca palustris
diss-i. : dissotis incana
distemp. : distemperinum nosode
distemp-vc. : distemperinum vaccinum
dithyr. : di-iodo-thyroxinum (thyroxinum biiodatum)
ditin. : ditainum (echitaminum)
divertic. : diverticulose nosode
docort-act. : deoxycorticosteroni acetas
dodec-h. : dodecatheon hendersonii
dol. : dolichos pruriens (mucuna pruriens, stizolobium pruriens)
dopa : dopa (l-dopa)
dopam-chl. : dopamine chlorhydrate
dor. : doryphora decemlineata (doryphora leptinotarsa)
doron-p. : doronicum pardalianches
dovy-r. : dovyalis rhamnoides
doxoc. : doxycycline
doxor. : doxorubicine
drab-vn. : draba verna (erophila vulgaris, whitlow grass)
dream-p. : dreaming potency
drim-g. : drimys granatensis

dros. : drosera rotundifolia


dros-l. : drosera longifolia
drym-cor. : drymaria cordata
dryop-i. : dryopteris inaequalis
dryop-p. : dryopteris pentheri
dtp-vc. : diphthero-tetano-pertussis vaccinus
dub. : duboisinum + dubo-m. (old abbr.)
dubo-h. : duboisia hopwoodi (piturinum)
duboin. : duboisinum (duboisin sulphate, duboisinum sulphatum)
dubo-m. : duboisia myoporoides
dudl-c. : dudleya cymposa
dulc. : dulcamara (solanum dulcamara)
dupuyt. : dupuytren nosode
durb. : durbital
dys. : bacillus dysenteriae (Bach) (dys. co. (bach), dysenteriae (bach), dysenteriae compound
(bach), shigella dysenteriae)
dyspr-br. : dysprosium bromatum
dyspr-c. : dysprosium carbonicum
dyspr-f. : dysprosium fluoratum
dyspr-i. : dysprosium iodatum
dyspr-lac. : dysprosium lacticum
dyspr-m. : dysprosium muriaticum
dyspr-met. : dysprosium metallicum
dyspr-n. : dysprosium nitricum
dyspr-o. : dysprosium oxydatum
dyspr-ox. : dysprosium oxalicum
dyspr-p. : dysprosium phosphoricum
dyspr-s. : dysprosium sulphuricum
dyspr-sil. : dysprosium silicatum
dystr-m-pr. : dystrophia musculorum progressiva nosode

E
eaux : Eaux Bonnes aqua
eberth. : eberthinum (salmonella typhi, typhobacillinum, typhus nosode)
echi. : echinacea angustifolia (rudbeckia angustifolia)
echinc. : echinococcinum
echinp. : echinops spinosus
echi-p. : echinacea purpurea (rudbeckia purpurea)
echi-pa. : echinacea pallida (brauneria pallida, rudbeckia pallida)
echit. : echites suberecta
echium : echium vulgare
eich-c. : eichhornia crassipes
einstein. : einsteinium
eke-me. : ekebergia meyeri
elae. : elaeis guineensis (oleum elaeis)
elaeo-v. : elaeodendron velutinum
elaps : elaps corallinus (cobra corallinus, micrurus corallinus, micrurus fulvius)
elat. : elaterium (ecballium elaterium, elaterium officinarum, momordica elaterium)
elea-gr-r. : eleaocarpus granitus roxb (rudraksh)
elec. : electricitas (electricitas frictionale, electricity)
elem. : elemuy gauteria
eleph-b. : elephantorhiza burchelli
eleut. : eleutherococcus (senticosus eleutherococcus)
elm : elm (Bach fl.)

elmen : Elmen aqua (Elmen Soolbad)


emb-k. : embelia kraussii
emblc. : embelica officinalis
emb-r. : embelia ribes
emb-sc. : embelia schimperi
emetin. : emetinum
emetin-m. : emetinum muriaticum
ems : Ems aqua
end-s. : endiva sativa
enterob-v. : enterobius vermicularis (ascaris vermicularis, oxyuris nosode, oxyuris vermicularis)
enteroc. : enterococcinum (enterotoxinum)
eos. : eosinum (tetrabromfluoresceinum)
eos-n. : eosinum natrum
ephe. : ephedra vulgaris
ephe-si. : ephedra sinica
ephin-m. : ephedrinum muriatium (ephedrini hydrochloridum)
epig. : epigea repens (epigaea repens)
epih. : epihysterinum
epil. : epilobium palustre
epil-a. : epilobium angustifolium
epil-h. : epilobium hirsutum
epil-s. : epilobium spicatum
epil-t. : epilobium tetragonum
epiph. : epiphegus virginiana (epiphegus Americanus, orobanche virginiana)
epit. : epithalia syphilitica
eppa-an. : eppalage anemonaefolia
equis-a. : equisetum arvense
equis-h. : equisetum hyemale
equis-p. : equisetum palustre
equis-v. : equisetum variegatum
eran. : eranthis hymnalis
erb-br. : erbium bromatum
erb-c. : erbium carbonicum
erb-f. : erbium fluoratum
erb-i. : erbium iodatum
erb-lac. : erbium lacticum
erb-m. : erbium muriaticum
erb-met. : erbium metallicum
erb-n. : erbium nitricum
erb-o. : erbium oxydatum
erb-ox. : erbium oxalicum
erb-p. : erbium phosphoricum
erb-s. : erbium sulphuricum
erb-sil. : erbium silicatum
erech. : erechthites hieracifolia
ergocalc. : ergocalciferolum (vitamin d2)
ergot. : ergotinum
ergotam. : ergotaminum
ergotam-t. : ergotamini tartras
eric-ca. : erica carnea
eric-ci. : erica cinerea
eric-vg. : erica vulgaris (calluna vulgaris, heather)
erig. : erigeron canadense (conyza canadensis, leptilon canadense)
erig-a. : erigeron acris
erio. : eriodictyon californicum (eriodyction californicum, eriodyction glutinosum, wigardia

californica, yerba santa)


eriog-u. : eriogonum umbellatum
erios-co. : eriosema cordatum
erlan-c. : erlangea cordifolia (gutenbergia cordifolia)
erod. : erodium cicutarium
erv-e. : ervum ervilia (vicia ervilia)
erv-l. : ervum lens (lens esculenta)
ery-a. : eryngium aquaticum
ery-c. : eryngium campestre
ery-f. : eryngium foetidum
eryhtrom. : erythromycinum
ery-m. : eryngium maritimum
erys-a. : erysimum alliaria
erys-c. : erysimum capitatum
erys-o. : erysimum officinale (sisymbrium officinale)
eryth. : erythrinus
erythr-ca. : erythrina caffra
erythron-p. : erythronium purpurascens
eryt-j. : erythrophlaeum judiciale
esch. : eschscholtzia californica
esin. : eserinum (physostigminum)
esin-sal. : eserinum salicylicum
esp-g. : espeletia grandiflora
etna : Etna lava
eucal. : eucalyptus globulus (eucalypti folium)
eucal-r. : eucalyptus rostrata
eucal-t. : eucalyptus tereticorti
eucl-l. : euclea lanceolata
eucl-n. : euclea natalensis
eucol. : eucalyptolum
eug. : eugenia jambos (eugenia vulgaris, jambos eugenia, jambosa vulgaris, myrtus jambos,
syzygium jambos)
euon. : Euonymus europaeus (euonymus Europaea, euonymus vulgaris, evonymus Europeus,
evonymus vulgaris)
euon-a. : euonymus atropurpurea (evonymus atropurpureus)
euonin. : euonyminum
eup-a. : eupatorium aromaticum (eupatorium aya-pana, eupatorium triplinerve)
eup-c. : eupatorium cannabinum
eup-d. : eupatorium dendroides
euph. : euphorbium officinarum
euph-a. : euphorbia amygdaloides (euphorbia sylvatica)
euph-c. : euphorbia corollata
euph-cy. : euphorbia cyparissias
euph-e. : euphorbia esula
euph-he. : euphorbia heterodoxa
euph-hero. : euphorbia herophylla
euph-hi. : euphorbia hirta
euph-hl. : euphorbia helioscopa
euph-hy. : euphorbia hypericifolia
euph-ip. : euphorbia ipecacuanhae
euph-l. : euphorbia lathyris
euph-m. : euphorbia marginata
euph-pa. : euphorbia palustris
euph-pe. : euphorbia peplus
euph-pi. : euphorbia pilulifera

euph-pis. : euphorbia pilosa


euph-po. : euphorbia polycarpa (golondrina)
euph-pr. : euphorbia prostata
euph-pu. : euphorbia pulcherrima
euphr. : euphrasia officinalis (euphrasia rostkoviana)
euph-re. : euphorbia resinifera
euph-sp. : euphorbia splendida (christ thorn, christusdorn, crown of thorns, euphorbia milii var.
splendens)
eupi. : eupionum
eup-per. : eupatorium perfoliatum
eup-pur. : eupatorium purpureum (eupatorium verticullatum)
eur-br. : europium bromatum
eur-c. : europium carbonicum
eur-f. : europium fluoratum
eur-i. : europium iodatum
eur-lac. : europium lacticum
eur-m. : europium muriaticum
eur-n. : europium nitricum
eur-o. : europium oxydatum
eur-ox. : europium oxalicum
eur-p. : europium phosphoricum
eur-s. : europium sulphuricum
eur-sil. : europium silicatum
eut-o. : euterpe oleracea (asai, assa)
eys. : eysenhardtia polystachia (lignum nephriticum, orteaga)

F
fab. : fabiana imbricata (pichi, pichi-pichi)
faba-vg. : faba vulgaris (vicia faba)
faec. : bacillus Faecalis (Bach) (faecalis (bach))
fago. : fagopyrum esculentum (polygonum fagopyrum)
fagu. : fagus sylvatica (beech)
fagu-p. : pix fagus sylvatica (buchenholzteer, tar of beechwood)
falco-bi. : falcon biarmicus (lanner falcon)
falco-ch. : falcon cherrug (saker falcon)
falco-co. : falcon columbarius (merlin)
falco-el. : falcon eleonorae (eleonora's falcon)
falco-me. : falcon mexicanus (prairie falcon)
falco-pe. : falcon peregrinus disciplinatus (peregrine falcon)
falco-ru. : falcon rusticolus (gyr falcon)
falco-sp. : falcon sparverius (american kestrel)
falco-su. : falcon subbuteo (hobby)
falco-ti. : falcon tinnunculus (kestrel)
fall-au. : fallopia aubertii
fasci-h. : fasciola hepatica
fax-cae-al. : fax caelestis allende
febr-wolhy. : febris wolhynia nosode Merck (quintan fever nosode, shin bone fever nosode)
febr-xyz. : febris species unknown
fel : fel tauri (bilinum, bilis de bovino, bos taurus bilis)
fel-s. : fel sui
fenot-hbr. : fenoterolum hydrobromatum
ferm. : fermium
ferr. : ferrum metallicum
ferr-act. : ferrum aceticum

ferr-am-s. : ferrum ammonium sulfuricum


ferr-ar. : ferrum arsenicosum (arseniate of iron, ferrum arsenicicum)
ferr-br. : ferrum bromatum (bromide of iron)
ferr-c. : ferrum carbonicum
ferr-cit. : ferrum citricum
ferr-coll. : ferrum colloidal
ferr-cy. : ferrum cyanatum
ferr-f. : ferrum fluoratum
ferr-form. : ferrum formicum
ferr-fuma. : ferrum fumaricum
ferr-gl. : ferrum gluconicum (ferrosi gluconas)
ferr-gp. : ferrum glycero phosphoricum
ferr-hbr. : ferrum hydrobromicum (ferrum bromhydricum)
ferr-hcy. : ferrum hydrocyanicum (iron hydrocynate)
ferr-i. : ferrum iodatum
ferr-lac. : ferrum lacticum
ferr-m. : ferrum muriaticum (ferrum chloratum)
ferr-ma. : ferrum magneticum
ferr-n. : ferrum nitricum
ferr-o-r. : ferrum oxydatum rubrum
ferr-ox. : ferrum oxalicum
ferr-p. : ferrum phosphoricum
ferr-pern. : ferrum pernitricum
ferr-p-h. : ferrum phosphoricum hydricum
ferr-pic. : ferrum picricum
ferr-pm. : ferrum pomatum
ferr-prox. : ferrum protoxalatum
ferr-py. : ferrum pyrophosphoricum
ferr-r. : ferrum reductum
ferr-s. : ferrum sulphuricum (ferrum sulfas)
ferr-schl. : ferrum sequichloratum
ferr-si. : ferrum sidereum
ferr-sil. : ferrum silicicum
ferr-t. : ferrum tartaricum
ferru-g. : ferrula galbanum (ferula rubicaulis, galbanum)
ferr-val. : ferrum valerianicum
ferul. : ferula glauca (bounafa, ferula communis)
fest-e. : festuca elatior
fest-r. : festuca rubra
fibr. : fibrinum
fic-c. : ficus carica
fic-m. : ficus macrophylla (Moreton Bay fig)
fic-r. : ficus religiosa (pakur)
fic-v. : ficus venosa
fil. : filix mas (aspidium, aspidium filix mas, dryopteris filix mas, dryopteris filix-mas)
fila-l. : filaria loa (loa-loa)
fisc-l. : fiscum laxum
fl-ac. : fluoricum acidum (hydrofluoricum acidum)
flamm. : flammeus (orange color)
flav. : flavus (neisseria flava)
fleum-p. : fleum pratense
flf. : fluoroformium
flor-p. : flor de piedra (fiel di piedra, lophophytum leandri, lophophytum mirabile, lophophytum
spectabile)
flos-sol. : = helia. = flos solis

fl-pur. : fluor purum


fl-sil-ac. : fluosilicum acidum
flunit. : flunitrazepam
fluor-xyz. : fluor albus nosode species unknown
foen. : foeniculum sativum
foen-an. : foeniculum anethum (anethum foeniculum, anethum vulgare, foeniculum vulgare)
foen-d. : foeniculum dulce
foenm-g. : = trig-f-g. = foenum graecum
fol-ac. : folicum acidum (acidum folicum)
foll. : folliculinum (estrone, oestronum)
form. : formica rufa (Australian black ant, myrmexin)
form-ac. : formicicum acidum
formal. : formalinum (formaldehydi solutio)
form-n. : formica nigra
frag. : fragaria vesca (fragaria elatior)
fram. : framboesinum
franc. : franciscea uniflora (brunfelsia hopeana, brunfelsia uniflora, franciscaea uniflora, manaca)
francm. : francium
franz. : Franzensbad aqua
frase-crl. : frasera carolinensis (American columbo, Amerikanische-colombowerzel, swertia
carolinensis)
frax. : fraxinus Americana
frax-e. : fraxinus excelsior
frax-o. : fraxinus ornus
friedr. : Friedrichshaller aqua (Friedrichshaller bitterwasser)
fruc-m-s. : fructi mixtus sucus
fruct-f. : fructus fructicosus
fuc. : fucus vesiculosus (varech)
fuc-c. : fucus crispus
fuch. : fuchsinum (fuchsin, fuchsine, magenta)
fuc-n. : fucus nodosus (ascophyllum nodosum)
fuc-p. : fucus platycarpus
fuc-s. : fucus serratus
fuli. : fuligo ligni
fum. : fumaria officinalis (earthsmoke)
fuma-ac. : fumaricum acidum
furf-i. : furfur iritici
fus. : fusarium oxysporum

G
gab. : gabbro (gabro)
gaba : gamma-aminobutyricum acidum
gad. : gadus morrhua
gado-br. : gadolinium bromatum
gado-c. : gadolinium carbonicum
gado-f. : gadolinium fluoratum
gado-i. : gadolinium iodatum
gado-lac. : gadolinium lacticum
gado-m. : gadolinium muriaticum
gado-n. : gadolinium nitricum
gado-o. : gadolinium oxydatum
gado-ox. : gadolinium oxalicum
gado-p. : gadolinium phosphoricum
gado-s. : gadolinium sulphuricum

gado-sil. : gadolinium silicatum


gaert. : bacillus Gaertner (Bach) (gaertner (bach))
gala. : galanthus nivalis
gal-ac. : gallicum acidum
galact. : galactosum
galan. : galanga (alpina officinarum, alpinia officinarum)
galeg. : galega officinalis
galen. : galena
galeo. : galeopsis ochroleuca (galeopsis dubia, galeopsis grandiflora)
galeob-lu. : galeobdolon luteum (lamium galeobdolon)
galeoc-c-h. : galeocerdo cuvier hepar
galeo-la. : galeopsis ladanum
galeo-n. : galeopsis nodosa (galeopsis tetrahit)
galeo-s. : galeopsis segetum (bleicher hohlzahn, downy hemp-nettle, galopsis des moissons, gelber
hohlzahn, satt-hohlzahn)
gal-f. : gallium fluoratum
gali. : galium aparine
gali-al. : galium album (galium mollugo)
gali-c. : galium cruciata
gali-e. : galium erectum
gali-l. : galium luteum (galium verum)
galin. : galinsoga parviflora
gali-pa. : galium palustre
gali-po. : galium porrigens
galla-q. : galla quercina
galla-q-r. : galla quercina ruber (knopper oak galls, quercus robur galla)
galla-t. : gallae turcicae
galla-ti. : galla tinctora
galla-tu. : galla turcica
gallus-d. : gallus gallus domesticus (gallus gallus)
gallus-em. : embryo gallinae (Chicken embryo, Hhnerembryo)
gal-m. : gallium muriaticum
gal-met. : gallium metallicum
gal-o. : gallium oxydatum
gal-p. : gallium phosphoricum
galph. : galphimia glauca (thryallis glauca)
gal-s. : gallium sulphuricum
galv. : galvanismus
gamb. : gambogia (garcinia hanburyi, garcinia morella, garcinia sp., gummi guttae, gummi gutti,
gummiguttbaum, guttengomboom)
gard-j. : gardenia jasminoide
gard-t. : gardenia ternifolia
gast. : Gastein aqua
gaul. : gaultheria procumbens (gaulteriae aetherolum, gaultheria humilis, gaultheria repens)
gaul-h. : gaultheria hispidula (chiogenes hispidula, creeping snowberry)
geb-k. : gebera kraussii
gelin. : gelatinum
gels. : gelsemium sempervirens (gelsemium nitidum)
gemi-ve. : gemiasma verdans
genat. : genatosan
genist. : genista tinctoria
gent. : gentian (Bach fl.)
gent-ac. : gentiana acaulis
gent-am. : gentiana amarella (gentian)
gent-c. : gentiana cruciata

gent-ch. : gentiana chirata (ophelia chirata, swertia chirata)


gent-l. : gentiana lutea
gent-pe. : gentiana perfoliata (chlora perfoliata)
gent-pn. : gentiana pneumonanthe
gent-pu. : gentiana purpurea
gent-q. : gentiana quinquefolia (gentiana quinqueflora)
geo. : geoffroya vermifuga (andira inermis, geoffroya inermis)
geom. : geomycine
ger. : geranium maculatum (geranium pusillum)
ger-i. : = ger-ro. = geranium inodorum (old abbr.) (geranium robertianum, gerium robertianum)
gerin. : geraninum
germ-met. : germanium metallicum
ger-o. : = pelarg-o. = geranium odoratissimum (old abbr.)
ger-r. : geranium rotundifolium
ger-ro. : geranium robertianum
ger-s. : geranium sanguineum
get. : Gettysburg aqua
geum : geum rivale
geum-m. : geum montanum
geum-u. : geum urbanum
gilia-c. : gilia capitata
gink-b. : ginkgo biloba (salisburia adiantifolia)
gins. : ginseng quinquefolium (aralia ginseng, aralia quinquefolia, panax ginseng, panax
quinquefolia)
glad-c. : gladiolus communis
glam-ch. : glucosamine chlorhydrate
glech. : glechoma hederacea
glob-a. : globularia alypum
glon. : glonoinum (nitroglycerinum)
glor-si. : gloriosa simplex
glor-su. : gloriosa superba
gluca. : glucagon (glucagonum)
gluco. : glucosum (glucosum anhydricum)
glucrl. : glucochloral
gluta-ac. : glutamicum acidum (acidum glutamicum)
glutam. : glutaminum
glutat. : glutathion
gluten : gluten
glyc. : glycerinum
glyco. : glycocollum (aminoaceticum acidum, glycinum)
glycog. : glycogenum
glycyr-g. : glycyrrhiza glabra (glycyrrhiza glabra linn., liquorice)
glyox. : glyoxal
gnaph. : gnaphalium polycephalum (antennaria dioica, gnaphalium dioicum, pseudognaphalium
obtusifolium)
gnaph-ar. : gnaphalium arenarium (helichrysum arenarium, sand-strohblume)
gnaph-l. : gnaphalium leontopodium (leontopodium alpinum)
gnaph-o. : gnaphalium obtusifolium
gnaph-ul. : gnaphalium uliginosum (low cudweed, marsh cudweed)
gomph-f. : gomphocarpus fructicosus
gonotox. : gonotoxinum
gorse : gorse (Bach fl.)
goss. : gossypium herbaceum
goss-a. : gossypium arboreum
goss-h. : gossypium hirsutum

gou-l. : gouania longispicata


gran. : granatum (punica granatum)
granit-m. : granitum murvey (granite murvey, lapis granites murvey)
graph. : graphites (graphites naturalis)
grat. : gratiola officinalis
grew-oc. : grewia occidentalis
grin. : grindelia robusta
grin-sa. : grindelia subalpina
grin-sq. : grindelia squarrosa
grin-xyz. : grindelia unknown species
gryl-c. : gryllus campestris
gua. : guaco (eupatorium satureiaefolium, guako, mikania guaco)
guaj. : guajacum officinale (guaiacum officinale, lignum vitae)
guajol. : guajacolum
guan. : guano Australis
guani. : guaninum (guanina)
guanin-m. : guanidinum muriaticum
guanin-n. : guanidinum nitricum
guar. : guarana (paullinia sorbilis)
guare. : guarea trichiloides (guarea guidonia, melia grandiflora)
guare-ce. : guarea cedrata
guat. : guatteria gaumeri (yumel)
guat-l. : guatteria longifolia
guips. : guipsinum (guipsine)
guiz-sc. : guizotia scabra
gum-l. : gummi laccae
gum-t. : gummi tragacanthae
gunn-p. : gunnera perpensa
gunp. : gunpowder
gymne. : gymnema sylvestre (gurmar, gurmarbooti)
gymno. : gymnocladus canadensis (guilandina dioica, gymnocladus dioicus, gymnocladus distica)
gynu-ce. : gynura cernua

H
haem. : haematoxylon campechianum
haemat. : haematite (hematite)
haem-i-b-vc. : haemophilus influenzae B vaccinus (HIB vaccine)
haff. : haffkine
hafn-met. : hafnium metallicum
haliae-lc. : haliaeetus leucocephalus (haliaethus leukocapitus)
hall : Hall aqua
halo. : haloperidolum
ham. : hamamelis virginiana (hamamelis virginica)
haplo-b. : haplopappus baylahuen (haplopappus bailahuen)
haro-ma. : = haru-ma. = haronga madagascariensis (old abbr.)
harp. : harpagophytum procumbens (harpagophyti radix)
haru-ma. : harungana madagascariensis
haru-pa. : harungana paniculata
hcg. : choriongonadotropinum (human gonadotropin)
heath. : heather (Bach fl.)
hecla : Hecla lava (hekla lava, lava heclae, lava scoriae)
hed. : hedera helix (common ivy)
hedeo. : hedeoma pulegioides (American pennyroyal oil, cunila pulegioides)
hedy. : hedysarum ildefonsianum

hedyos-a. : hedyosmum arborescens


hein-cr. : heinsia crinita
helia. : helianthus annuus (flos solis, helianthus vulgare)
helia-t. : helianthus tuberosus
helich-s. : helichrysum staechas
helic-p. : helicobacter pylori
helin. : heloninum
heli-n. : helianthemum nummularium (rock rose)
helio. : heliotropium peruvianum
helio-eu. : heliotropium Europaeum
helio-i. : heliotropium indicum
helium : helium
hell. : helleborus niger
hell-f. : helleborus foetidus
hell-o. : helleborus orientalis
hell-t. : helleborus trifolius
hell-v. : helleborus viridis
helm. : helminthochortos (alsidium helminthocorton, sphaerococcus helminthochortos)
helmi-e. : helminthia echioides
heln-ov. : helinus ovata
helo. : heloderma-h. + -s. (old abbr.)
helodr-cal. : helodrilus caliginosus
helo-h. : heloderma horridum
helon. : helonias dioica (chamaelirium, chamaelirium carolinianum, chamaelirium luteum, veratrum
luteum)
helo-s. : heloderma suspectum
helx. : helix tosta
helx-p. : helix pomatia
hemidsm. : hemidesmus indica
henna : henna (alhenna, lawsonia inermis)
hep. : hepar sulphur (calcarea sulphurata hahnemanni, hepar sulphuris, hepar sulphuris calcareum)
heparin. : heparinum
hepat. : hepatica triloba (anemone hepatica, hepatica nobilis)
hepati-a-vc. : hepatitis A vaccinus (vaccinum hepatitidis A inactivatum)
hepati-b-vc. : hepatitis B vaccinus (vaccinum hepatitidis B (ADNr))
hepati-xyz. : hepatitis nosode species unknown
hera. : heracleum sphondylium (heracleum branca)
herna-p. : hernandia pellata
hern-g. : herniaria glabra
heroin. : heroinum (diacetylmorphine, diamorphine, dia-morphione)
herp-s. : herpes simplex nosode
herp-z. : herpes zoster nosode
hesp-m. : hesperis matronalis
hetrt-r. : heterotis rotundifolia (dissotis rotundifolia)
heuch. : heuchera Americana
hev-b. : hevea brasiliensis
hexachl. : hexachlorophenum
hf-sil-ac. : hydrofluo-silicicum acidum
hib-a. : hibiscus arboreus
hib-sa. : hibiscus sabdariffa (sabdariffa)
hib-su. : hibiscus surattensis
hier-p. : hieracium pilosella (pilosella)
hier-u. : hieracium umbellatum
hip-ac. : hippuricum acidum
hipp. : hippomanes

hippea-e. : hippeastrum equestre


hippoc-k. : hippocampus kuda
hippop-r. : hippophae rhamnoides
hippoz. : hippozaeninum (glanderinum, malleinum)
hir. : hirudo medicinalis (hirudo officinalis, sanguisuga officinalis)
hist. : histaminum
histid. : histidinum
histid-m. : histidinum muriaticum
hist-m. : histaminum muriaticum (histamini dihydrochloridum, histaminum hydrochloricum)
hochst. : aqua Hochstein
hoit. : hoitzia coccinea
holc-l. : holcus lanatus
holly : holly (Bach fl.)
holm-br. : holmium bromatum
holm-c. : holmium carbonicum
holm-f. : holmium fluoratum
holm-i. : holmium iodatum
holm-lac. : holmium lacticum
holm-m. : holmium muriaticum
holm-met. : holmium metallicum
holm-n. : holmium nitricum
holm-o. : holmium oxydatum
holm-ox. : holmium oxalicum
holm-p. : holmium phosphoricum
holm-s. : holmium sulphuricum
holm-sil. : holmium silicatum
hom-am. : homarus Americanus (American lobster)
hom-cap. : homarus capensis (cape lobster)
home. : homeria collina
hom-g. : homarus gammarus (European lobster, homarus vulgaris)
hom-xyz. : homarus unknown species
honeys. : honeysuckle (Bach fl.)
hordeum-g. : hordeum semen germinatum
hordeum-m. : hordeum murinum
hordeum-vg. : hordeum vulgare
hordin-s. : hordeninum sulfuricum
hornb. : hornbeam (Bach fl.)
hott-p. : hottonia palustris (water violet)
hoya-c. : hoya carnosa (pua-hoku-hihi, wachsblume, waxplant)
hphos-ac. : hypophosphorum acidum
hume. : humea elegans
hura : hura brasiliensis (assaku)
hura-c. : hura crepitans
hyalur. : hyaluronidase
hydn-r. : hydnum repandum
hydr. : hydrastis canadensis
hydr-ac. : hydrocyanicum acidum (cyanhydricum acidum)
hydrang. : hydrangea arborescens (hydrangea frutescens)
hydraz-m. : hydrazinum muriaticum
hydrc. : hydrocotyle asiatica (centella asiatica, Indian Pennywort)
hydrc-vg. : hydrocotyle vulgaris (wassernabel, water pennywort)
hydrinin-m. : hydrastininum muriaticum
hydrinin-s. : hydrastininum sulphuricum
hydrin-m. : hydrastinum muriaticum
hydrin-pur. : hydrastinum purum

hydrin-s. : hydrastinum sulphuricum


hydrobr-ac. : hydrobromicum acidum
hydrochl-ac. : hydrochloridum acidum
hydrocort. : hydrocortisone
hydrog. : hydrogenium
hydroph. : hydrophis cyanocinctus
hydroq. : hydroquinone (hydrochinon, phylloquinone)
hydro-v. : hydrophyllum virginicum (hydrophyllum virginianum)
hydroxp. : hydroxyproline
hydroxq. : hydroxyquinoleine
hygroph-aur. : hygrophilia auriculata
hygroph-s. : hygrophilia sphinosa (hygrophila spinosa)
hymen-ac. : hymenocardia acida
hymos. : hymosa
hyos. : hyoscyamus niger (hyosciamus niger, hyoscyami folium)
hyosin. : hyosciaminum-s. + -hbr. (old abbr.)
hyosin-hbr. : hyosciaminum hydrobromatum (hyoscyaminum hydrobromatum)
hyosin-s. : hyosciaminum sulphatum (hyoscyaminum sulphatum)
hyper. : hypericum perforatum
hyper-ac. : hypericum acutum (hypericum tetrapterum)
hyper-aet. : hypericum aethiopicum
hyper-m. : hypericum maculatum
hyper-pu. : hypericum pulchrum
hyper-q. : hypericum quadrangulum
hypo. : hypophyllum sanguineum
hypoes-t. : hypoestes triflora
hypop-m. : hypopitis multiflora
hypoth. : hypothalamus (hypothalamus of the ox)
hypt-p. : hyptis pectinata
hypt-s. : hyptis suaveolens
hyss-o. : hyssopus officinalis

I
iber. : iberis amara
ibo. : iboga
ibupr. : ibuprofen
ichth. : ichthyolum (ichthyolammonium)
ictod. : ictodes foetida (draconitum foetidum, pothos foetidus, symplocarpus foetidum)
ig-a. : immunoglobulin A
ign. : ignatia amara (amara, strychnos ignatiae)
ignis-alc. : ignis alcoholis (feuer, fire)
ihydr-ac. : iodhydricum acidum
ille. : illecebrum verticillatum
ilx-a. : ilex aquifolium (holly, Ilex opaca)
ilx-c. : ilex casseine (ilex cassine)
ilx-v. : ilex vomitoria (yaupon)
imp. : imperatoria ostruthium (imperatoria peucedanum, peucedanum ostruthium)
impa-b. : impatiens balsamina
impa-ca. : impatiens capensis
impa-g. : impatiens glandulifera (impatiens, impatiens roylei)
impa-n. : impatiens noli tangere (impatiens pendulifera)
impat. : impatiens (Bach fl.)
impa-w-a : impatiens walleriana alba
ina-i. : inachis io (peacock butterfly, tagpfauenauge)

inca. : incajea
ind. : indium metallicum
indg. : indigo tinctoria (indigofera tinctoria)
indgf-a. : indigofera atriceps
indol. : indolum
indom. : indometacine
influ. : influenzinum (flu vaccine, grippe nosode, influenzinum vaccinus, vaccinum influenzae
inactivatum)
influ-eq-vc. : influenza equine vaccinus (horse flu vaccine)
ing. : ingluvin (fowl's gizzard, gallinae stomachi tunica interior)
inos. : inositol (vitamin b7)
ins. : insulinum
insig-m. : Insight meditation
interf. : interferon alpha leucocytaire
inul. : inula helenium
inul-d. : inula dysenterica
inul-g. : inula graveolens
inulin. : inulinum
inul-p. : inula pulicaria
inul-v. : inula viscosa
iod. : iodium (iodium purum, jodium)
iod-act. : iodium aceticum
iod-br. : iodium bromatum
iod-h. : iodium hydrogenisatum (acidum hydriodicum, acidum hydroiodicum, hydriodic acid,
hydrogen iodide)
iod-m. : iodium muriaticum
iodof. : iodoformium (iodoformum)
ip. : ipecacuanha (cephaelis ipecacuanha, ipeca, psychotria ipecacuanha, uragoga ipecacuanha)
ipat. : ipatropium
ipom-ba. : ipomoea batatas (batate, ssskartoffel, sweet potato)
ipom-f. : ipomoea ficifolia
ipom-nil. : ipomoea nil
ipom-p. : ipomoea purpurea (common morning-glory, convolvulus purpureus, ipomoea hirsutula,
pharbitis purpurea, tall morning-glory)
ipom-vi. : ipomoea violacea (heavenly-blue morning-glory, ipomoea rubrocaerulea, ipomoea
tricolor)
ip-rd. : ipecacuanhae radix
irid-m. : iridium muriaticum (iridium chloride)
irid-met. : iridium metallicum
iris : iris versicolor
iris-fa. : iris factissima
iris-fl. : iris florentina
iris-foe. : iris foetidissima
iris-g. : iris germanica
iris-h. : iris harwegii (sierra iris)
irisin. : irisinum (iridinum)
iris-ps. : iris pseudacorus
iris-pu. : iris pumila
iris-t. : iris tenax (iris minor)
isoleuc. : isoleucinum
ison. : isoniazide
isop. : isoprenaline
itu : itu (resina itu)
ix. : ixodes ricinus
ix-vc. : ixodes ricinus vaccine (CEE, Central European encephalitis, Central European tick-borne

fever, frhslommer meningoenzephalitis, FSME)

J
jab. : jaborandi (microphyllus pennatifolius, pilocarpus jaborandi, pilocarpus microphyllus,
pilocarpus pennatifolius)
jac-c. : jacaranda caroba (bignonia caroba, bignonia copaia, caroba, cordelistris syphilitica,
jacaranda braziliensis, jacaranda copaia (Goebaja) Bignoniaceae, jacaranda procera)
jac-g. : jacaranda gualandai
jac-m. : jacaranda mimosifolia (jacaranda ovalifolia)
jade : jade
jal. : jalapa (convolvulus purga, exogonium purga, ipomea purga)
jas. : jaspis (iaspis, jaspe)
jasm. : jasminum officinale (white jessamine)
jasper : jasper
jatr-c. : jatropha curcas
jatr-g. : jatropha gossypifolia
jatr-u. : jatropha urens
jatz. : Jatzfeld aqua (Jatzfeld Soolbad)
jeff-di. : jeffersonia diphylla
joan. : joanesia asoca (aka joanesia asoca, ashoka, janosia, jenosia ashoka, jonosia asoka, saraca
indica)
jug-c. : juglans cinerea (juglans cathartica)
jugin. : juglandinum
jug-r. : juglans regia (nux juglans, walnut)
junc-e. : juncus effusus (juncus communis)
junc-ja. : juncus jaquinii (black alpine rush)
junc-p. : juncus pilosus (luzula pilosa, luzula vernalis)
juni-br. : juniperus brasiliensis
juni-c. : juniperus communis (baccae juniperi)
juni-o. : juniperus oxycedrus
juni-o-p. : juniperus oxycedrus pix
juni-p. : juniperus phoenicea
juni-v. : juniperus virginiana (juniperus virginianus)
just. : justicia adhatoda (adhatoda, adhatoda vasika, basaka, justicia cydoniifolia)
just-r. : justicia rubrum

K
kal. : kalanchoe pinnatum (bryophyllum calycinum, bryophyllum pinnatum)
kalag. : kalagua
kalam. : kalamegh
kali-act. : kalium aceticum (acetate of potash, kalii acetas, potassium acetate)
kali-ar. : kalium arsenicosum (potassium arsenite)
kali-asp. : kalium asparticum
kali-aur-cy. : kalium auro-cyanatum
kali-bi. : kalium bichromicum (kalii bichromas)
kali-biox. : kalium bioxalicum
kali-bit. : kalium bitartaricum (tartarus depuratus)
kali-br. : kalium bromatum (bromide of potash, bromide of potassium, kalii bromidum)
kali-b-t. : kalium borotartaricum
kali-c. : kalium carbonicum (dikalii carbonas)
kali-caust. : kalium causticum
kali-chl. : kalium chloricum
kali-chls. : kalium chlorosum

kali-chr. : kalium chromicum (kalii chromas)


kali-cit. : kalium citricum (kalii citras)
kali-cy. : kalium cyanatum (cyanide of potassium)
kali-f. : kalium fluoratum
kali-fcy. : kalium ferrocyanatum (ferro-cyanuret of potassium)
kali-form. : kalium formicum
kali-gl. : kalium gluconicum
kali-hbr. : kalium hydrobromicum (kalium bromhydricum)
kali-hox. : kalium hydroxydum
kali-hp. : kalium hypophosphoricum (hypophosphite of potossa)
kali-i. : kalium iodatum (kali hydriodicum, kali hydriodium, kali hydroiodicum, kalii iodidum, kalium
iodicum)
kali-l. : kalium lacticum
kali-m. : kalium muriaticum (kalii chloridum)
kali-met. : kalium metallicum
kali-n. : kalium nitricum (kalii nitras, nitrum)
kali-nat-t. : kalium natrum tartaricum
kali-o. : kalium oxydatum
kali-ox. : kalium oxalicum
kali-p. : kalium phosphoricum (dikalii phosphas, kalii dihyrogenphosphas)
kali-perchl. : kalium perchloricum
kali-perm. : kalium permanganatum (kalii permangas, kalium hypermanganicum, kalium
manganicum)
kali-pic. : kalium picricum
kali-picn. : kalium picronitricum
kali-s. : kalium sulphuricum (dikalii sulphas)
kali-sal. : kalium salicylicum
kali-s-chr. : kalium sulphuricum chromicum (alumen chronicum, chromium kali sulphuratum,
chromium kaliumsulfuricum, kalium chromicum sulphuricum)
kali-s-cy. : kalium sulfocyanicum
kali-sil. : kalium silicicum (kali silicatum)
kali-sula. : kalium sulphuratum (hepar sulphuris kalinum)
kali-sulo. : kalium sulphurosum
kali-t. : kalium tartaricum
kali-tcy. : kalium thiocyanatum
kali-tel. : kalium telluricum
kalium-ns. : kalium nitrosum
kali-x. : kalium xanthogenicum (potassium xantate)
kalm. : kalmia latifolia
kam. : kamala (mallotus philippinensis)
kaol. : kaolinum (kaolinit, kaolinum ponderosum)
kara : karaka
karw-h. : karwinskia humboldtiana
kauri : = agath-a. = kauri Australis
kerose. : kerosenum
keroso. : kerosolenum
ketogl-ac. : ketoglutaricum acidum (alpha keto glutaric acid)
khaya-s. : khaya senegalensis
khell. : khellin (kell, khilte)
kino : kino pterocarpi (pterocarpus erinaceus, pterocarpus marsupium)
kino-m. : kino malabar
kiss. : Kissingen aqua
kluyv-ma. : kluyveromyces marxianus (candida kefyr, candida pseudotropicalis, kluyveromyces
cicerisporus, kluyveromyces fragilis)
knau-ar. : knautia arvensis (scabiosa arvensis)

kola : kola (cola acuminata, cola nitida, cola nut, cola vera, nux colae, sterculia acuminata)
kosen : Kosen aqua (Kosen Soolbad)
kou. : kousso (brayera anthelmintica, hagenia abyssinica, koso)
krent-l. : krentophyllum lanatum
kreos. : kreosotum
kres. : kresolum (cresolum, cresylolum)
kronth. : Kronthal aqua
krypt. : krypton
kurch. : kurchi (holarrhena antidysenterica, wrightia antidysenterica, wrightia tincto)

L
lac-ac. : lacticum acidum (acidum lacticum, lactis acidum)
lac-as. : lac asinum (lac equinuus assinus)
lac-c. : lac caninum
lac-cp. : lac caprinum
lac-cp-m. : lac caprinum masculinum
lac-d. : lac vaccinum defloratum (lac defloratum)
lac-del. : lac delphinum (lac delphinum)
lac-e. : lac equinum (lac equie)
lac-eleph-m. : lac elephas maxiumus (asian elephant milk, indian elephant milk)
lacer. : lacerta agilis
lacer-viv. : lacerta vivipara (common lizard, lacerta (zootoca) vivipara, Waldeidechse, zootoca
vivipara)
lac-f. : lac felinum (felix domestica lac)
lach. : lachesis mutus (surukuku, trigonocephalus lachesis)
lac-h. : lac humanum
lachn. : lachnanthes tinctoria (gyrotheca tinctoria)
lac-leo. : lac leoninum (lac leonis)
lac-loxod-a. : lac loxodonta Africana
lac-lup. : lac lupinum
lac-mac-m. : lac macaca mulatta (rhesus monkey milk, rhesusaffenmilch)
lac-mat. : lac maternum
lac-o. : lac ovis
lac-pan-tr. : lac pan troglodytes
lac-pr. : lac primatum
lac-sui. : lac suinum
lact. : lactuca virosa (old abbr.)
lacta-d. : lactarius deliciosus
lact-e. : lactuca elongata
lactob. : lactobacillus (bacillus acidophilus)
lactof. : lactoflavinum (vitamin g)
lactrm. : lactucarium thridace
lact-sa. : lactuca sativa
lact-sc. : lactuca scariola
lact-v. : lactuca virosa (lactuca silvestris)
lac-urs. : lac ursinum
lac-v. : lac vaccinum
lac-v-b. : lac vaccinum butyricum
lac-v-c. : lac vaccinum coagulatum
lac-v-f. : lac vaccinum flos (lac vaccini flos, lactis vaccini flos)
lac-v-fe. : lac vaccinum fermentatum (koumiss, kumiss, kumyss)
lam. : lamium album
lam-am. : lamium amplexicaule
lamin-d. : laminaria digitata (laminaria flexicaulis)

lam-m. : lamium maculatum


lam-p. : lamium purpureum
lampo-cy. : lampona cylindrata (white tailed spider)
lampr-m. : lampranthus multiradiatus
lampro-sp. : lamprohiza splendidula (glowworm)
lamps-c. : lampsana communis
land. : Landeck aqua
lang. : langebrucken aqua
lanol. : lanolinum
lant-c. : lantana camara (lantana spinosa)
lanth-met. : lanthanum metallicum
lanth-n. : lanthanum nitricum
lanth-o. : lanthanum oxydatum
lanth-s. : lanthanum sulfuricum
lant-t. : lantana trifolia
lapa. : lapathum acutum (lapathum sylvestre, rumex obtusifolius)
lap-a. : lapis albus
lap-la. : lapis lazuli
lappa : lappa arctium (arctium lappa, arctium majus, lappa major, lappa minor, lappa officinalis,
lappa tomentosa)
laps. : lapsana communis
larch : larch (Bach fl.)
lar-d. : larix decidua (larch)
lar-e. : larix Europaea
lars-arg. : larus argentatus
latex-v. : latex vulcani
lath. : lathyrus sativus (lathyrus cicera, lathyrus odoratus)
lat-h. : latrodectus haseltii (jockey spider, latrodectus mactans hasselti, red back spider)
lath-l. : lathyrus latifolius
lath-sy. : lathyrus sylvestris
lat-k. : latrodectus katipo (katipo, New Zealand spider)
lat-m. : latrodectus mactans (black widow spider)
laur. : laurocerasus (prunus laurocerasus)
lauru-n. : laurus nobilis
lauru-p. : laurus persea
lavand-a. : lavandula angustifolia (lavandula officinalis, lavandula vera)
lavand-l. : lavandula latifolia (lavandula spica)
lavand-o. : = lavand-a. = lavandula officinalis (old abbr.)
lawr. : lawrencium
lec. : lecithinum
led. : ledum palustre
lem-g. : lemna gibba
lem-m. : lemna minor
leon. : leonurus cardiaca
leont-l. : leonotis leonurus
leont-o. : leonotis ovata
lepd-s. : lepidoptera saturniidae
lepi. : lepidium bonariense (senebiera pinnatifida)
lepi-i. : lepidium iberis
lepi-s. : lepidium sativum
lepr. : leprominium (bacillus leprae)
lept. : leptandra virginica (veronastricum virginicum, veronica virginica)
leptol-e. : leptolobium elegans
leptos-ih. : leptospira ictero-hemorrhagica
lesp-c. : lespedeza capitata

lesp-s. : lespedeza sieboldii (lespedeza thunbergii)


leuca-g. : leucaena glauca
leucas-a. : leucas aspera
leuc-d. : leucanthemum discoidum
leucop. : leucophyllus
lev. : Levico aqua
levist. : levisticum officinale (lingusticum levisticum)
levist-rd. : levistici officinalis radix
levo. : levomepromazinum
liat. : liatris spicata (serratula tinctoria)
lich-i. : lichtensteinia interrupta
lig-vg. : ligustrum vulgare
lil-a. : lilium album (lilium candidum)
lil-l. : lilium longiflorum
lil-m. : lilium martagon
lil-s. : lilium superbum
lil-t. : lilium tigrinum (lilium lancifolium)
lim. : limulus cyclops (xiphosura)
lima-ag. : limax agrestis
limen-b-c. : limenitis bredowii californica (adelpha bredowii)
limest-ar. : limestone Arans
limest-b. : limestone Burren (Burren limestone, lapis calcareus Burren, St-Fachanan's Well
limestone)
limx. : limex ater
lim-xyz. : limulus unknown part
lina. : linaria vulgaris (antirrhinum linaria, vlasleeuwebek)
lina-e. : linaria elatine
lina-sp. : linaria spuria
lina-st. : linaria striata
lincom. : lincomycine
linda. : lindane
linol-ac. : linoleicum acidum (vitamin f)
linu-c. : linum catharticum (linum cartharticum)
linu-u. : linum usitatissimum (lini semen)
lip. : lippia mexicana
lip-as. : lippia asperifolia
lip-c. : lippia citriodora
lipp. : Lippspringe aqua
lir-o. : liriosma ovata
lister. : listeriosis nosode
lithan-p. : pix lithantracis (steinkohlenteer, tar of black coal)
lith-be. : lithium benzoicum (lithii benzoas)
lith-br. : lithium bromatum (bromide of lithium)
lith-c. : lithium carbonicum (lithii carbonas)
lith-chl. : lithium chloricum
lith-cit. : lithium citricum (lithii citras)
lith-f. : lithium fluoratum
lith-gl. : lithium gluconicum
lith-hbr. : lithium hydrobromicum (lithium bromhydricum)
lith-i. : lithium iodatum
lith-lac. : lithium lacticum
lith-m. : lithium muriaticum
lith-met. : lithium metallicum
lith-o. : lithium oxydatum
lithosp-a. : lithospermum arvense

lith-p. : lithium phosphoricum


lith-s. : lithium sulfuricum
lith-sal. : lithium salicylicum
loa. : loasa tricolor
lob. : lobelia inflata
lob-a. : lobelia acetum
lob-c. : lobelia cardinalis
lob-d. : lobelia dortmanna
lob-e. : lobelia erinus (erinus lobelia)
lobin. : lobelinum
lobin-m. : lobelinum muriaticum
lobin-s. : lobelinum sulfuricum
lobl-m. : lobularia maritima
lob-p. : lobelia purpurascens
lob-s. : lobelia syphilitica (lobelia coerulea, lobelia glandulosa, lobelia siphilitica)
lob-u. : lobelia urens
lol. : lolium temulentum (loleum temulentum)
lon-c. : lonicera caprifolium (honeysuckle)
lon-e. : lonicera etrusca
lon-n. : lonicera nigra
lon-p. : lonicera periclymenum
lon-x. : lonicera xylosteum (lonicera ochroleuca)
loran-sc. : loranthus scurrula
loraz. : lorazepam
lormet. : lormetazepam
lot-c. : lotus corniculatus (birdsfoot trefoil)
loxoc. : loxosceles (old abbr.)
loxo-ga. : loxosceles gaucho
loxo-lae. : loxosceles laeta (loxosceles nigella, omosites bicolor, south American brown spider)
loxo-parr. : loxosceles parrami
loxo-recl. : loxosceles reclusa (brown recluse spider, brown spider, fiddleback spider, loxosceles
reclusus, north American brown spider, violin spider)
loxo-refr. : loxosceles refescens
lsd. : lysergic acid diethylamide (lsd-25)
luc-g. : lucuma glycyphloeum (chrysophyllum glyciphloeum)
luf-act. : luffa actangula
luf-am. : luffa amara
luf-b. : luffa bindal
luf-ech. : luffa echinata (luffa bendaul, luffa bendaul, luffa bondel, luffa bondel, luffa longistyla,
luffa longistyla)
luf-op. : luffa operculata (esponjilla)
luf-s. : luffa sphaerica
lumbr-t. : lumbricus terrestris (common earthworm)
lum-uv. : lumen UV (UV-light)
luna : luna
lup. : lupulus humulus (humulus lupulus)
lupin. : lupulinum
lups-a. : lupinus albus
lute-br. : lutetium bromatum
lute-c. : lutetium carbonicum
lute-f. : lutetium fluoratum
lute-i. : lutetium iodatum
lute-lac. : lutetium lacticum
lute-m. : lutetium muriaticum
lute-n. : lutetium nitricum

lute-o. : lutetium oxydatum


lute-ox. : lutetium oxalicum
lute-p. : lutetium phosphoricum
lute-s. : lutetium sulphuricum
lute-sil. : lutetium silicatum
luteum : luteum (gelbe farbe, yellow color)
lutin. : luteinum (corpus luteum, flaveinum)
lyc. : lycopodium clavatum
lyci-b. : lycium barbarum
lycpr. : lycopersicon esculentum (solanum lycopersicum)
lycps-eu. : lycopus Europaeus (lycopus aqauticus)
lycps-v. : lycopus virginicus
lycs-ar. : lycopsis arvensis
lys. : lysinum
lysd. : lysidinum (ethylene-ethenyl-diamine, methylglycoxalidine)
lysd-dnp. : lysidinum dinitrophenatum
lysi. : lysimachia nummularia
lysi-r. : lysimachia ruhmeriana
lysi-vg. : lysimachia vulgaris
lys-m. : lysinum muriaticum
lyss. : lyssinum (hydrophobinum)
lyss-vc. : vaccinum rabiei ex cellulis

M
macro. : macrotinum (resina cimifugae)
macroz. : macroziama spiralis
maesa-l. : maesa lanceolata
maesa-t. : maesa trichophlebia
maeso-f. : maesobotrya floribunda
mag-act. : magnesium aceticum
mag-ar. : magnesium arsenicicum
mag-art. : magnesium artificialis
mag-asp. : magnesium asparticum
mag-bcit. : magnesium borocitricum
mag-br. : magnesium bromatum
mag-c. : magnesium carbonicum (magnesii subcarbonas levis)
mag-chl. : magnesium chloricum
mag-cit. : magnesium citricum (magnesii citras)
mag-f. : magnesium fluoratum
mag-form. : magnesium formicum
mag-gl. : magnesium gluconicum
mag-gp. : magnesium glycerophosphoricum
mag-hox. : magnesium hydroxydum (magnesii hydroxidum)
mag-hp. : magnesium hypophosphorosum
mag-hs. : magnesium hyposulfurosum
mag-i. : magnesium iodatum
mag-lac. : magnesium lacticum
mag-m. : magnesium muriaticum (magnesii chloridum hexahydricum)
mag-mang-p. : magnesium manganum phosphoricum
mag-met. : magnesium metallicum
mag-n. : magnesium nitricum
magn-gl. : magnolia glauca
magn-gr. : magnolia grandiflora
mag-o. : magnesium oxydatum (magnesia, magnesii oxydum, magnesium calcinatum)

mag-orot. : magnesium oroticum


mag-p. : magnesium phosphoricum
mag-pox. : magnesium peroxydatum
mag-s. : magnesium sulphuricum (magnesii sulfas, sal amarum)
mag-sal. : magnesium salicylicum
mag-sil. : magnesium silicatum
mag-sil-f. : magnesium silicofluoratum (magnesium fluorosilicatum)
mag-t. : magnesium tartaricum
mag-u. : magnesia usta
mah-p. : mahonia palustris
maias-l. : maiasaura lapidea
makar. : makaradhwaja
mal-ac. : malicum acidum (acidum maleicum)
maland. : malandrinum
malar. : malaria nosode
malath. : malathion
malatox. : malariatoxinum
malt-ext. : maltum extractum
malus-c. : malus communis (crab apple, malus sylvestris, pyrus malus)
malus-d. : malus domestica
malus-f. : malus fusca
malus-p. : malus pumila
malva-a. : malva alcea
malva-m. : malva moschata
malva-ne. : malva neglecta (common mallow, dwarf mallow, ksepappel)
malva-p. : malva parviflora
malva-s. : malva sylvestris
malvav-a. : malvaviscus arboreus
m-ambo. : magnetis poli ambo (electro-magnetismus, magnes artificialis)
mamm. : glandula mammalis (mamma glandula)
manc. : mancinella (hippomane mancinella)
mand. : mandragora officinarum (atropa mandragora, mandrake)
mande-ac. : mandelicum acidum (phenylglycolicum acidum)
mand-r. : mandragora e radice siccato
mang. : manganum-act. + -c. (old abbr.)
mang-act. : manganum aceticum
mang-be. : manganum benzoicum
mang-c. : manganum carbonicum
mang-coll. : manganum colloidale
mang-f. : manganum fluoratum
mang-gl. : manganum gluconicum
mang-gp. : manganum glycero phosphoricum
mangi. : mangifera indica
mang-i. : manganum iodatum
mang-lact. : manganum lacticum
mang-m. : manganum muriaticum
mang-met. : manganum metallicum
mang-n. : manganum nitricum
mang-o. : manganum oxydatum (manganese dioxide, manganum dioxydum, manganum oxydatum
nativum, manganum peroxydum)
mang-p. : manganum phosphoricum
mang-s. : manganum sulphuricum (mangana sulfas)
mang-sil. : manganum silicicum (manganum silicatum)
mang-sil-f. : manganum silicofluoratum
manni. : mannitol (mannitolum)

mannohep. : mannoheptulose
mant-r. : mantis religiosa (gottesanbeterin, praying mantis)
manz. : manzanita (arctostaphylos manzanita)
mapr. : maprotiline
marant-a. : maranta arundinacea (arrowroot)
marb-w. : white marble (lapis marmoreus Connemara, marble, white)
m-arct. : magnetis polus arcticus
marien. : Marienbader aqua ( Mairenbader kruzbrunne)
markh-l. : markhamia lutea
marr. : = marr-vg. = marrubium album (old abbr.)
marr-vg. : marrubium vulgare (marrubium album)
mastoid. : mastoiditis nosode
mate : ilex mate (ilex paraguaiensis, ilex paraguariensis, mate)
mati. : matico (artanthe elongata, piper angustifolium, piper angustifolium elongatum, piper
elongatum)
matr-d. : matricaria discoidea (matricaria suaveolens)
matr-i. : matricaria inodora
matth. : matthiola graeca
m-aust. : magnetis polus Australis
MDMA : methylenedioxy-n methylamphetamine (ecstasy, XTC)
mec. : meconinum (opianyl)
med. : medorrhinum (glinicum, glynicum, gonococcinum)
medic-l. : medicago lupulina
medul-o. : medulla oblongata
medul-os. : medulla ossis
medul-os-si. : medulla ossis suis
medul-ren. : medulla renalis
medul-spi. : medulla spinalis
medul-spi-ce. : medulla spinalis cervicalis
medul-spi-do. : medulla spinalis dorsalis
medul-spi-lu. : medulla spinalis lumbalis
medul-spi-s. : medulla spinalis suis
medul-spi-sa. : medulla spinalis sacralis
medul-supr. : medulla suprarenalis
medus. : medusa
medus-xyz. : medus. + physal-p.
mein-p. : Meinberg Pyrmont aqua
mel : mel
mela. : melastoma Ackermanni
melal-alt. : melaleuca alternifolia
melal-alt-ol. : melaleuca alternifolia oleum
melal-hy. : melaleuca hypericifolia
melam-a. : melampyrum arvense
melan. : melaninum
mel-c-s. : mel cum sale
meli. : melilotus officinalis
meli-a. : melilotus alba
meli-alt. : melilotus altissima
melin. : melitine
melis. : melissa officinalis
melit. : melitagrinum
meli-xyz. : melilotus off. + -a.
melo. : melolontha vulgaris (scarabaeus melolontha)
meloe-m. : meloe majalis (majalis)
meltis-g. : melittis grandiflora (melittis melissophyllum)

menad. : menadion (vitamin k)


mendel. : mendelevium
meningoc. : meningococcinum
meningoc-vc. : vaccinum meningococcale
menis. : menispermum canadense
menis-r. : menispermum rakta
menth. : mentha piperita
menth-aq. : mentha aquatica
menth-ar. : mentha arvensis
mentho. : mentholum
menth-pu. : mentha pulegium
menth-r. : mentha rotundifolia
menth-s. : mentha sylvestris
menth-v. : mentha viridis
meny. : menyanthes trifoliata (trifolium fibrinum)
mepacr-chl. : mepacrine chlorhydrate
meph. : mephitis putorius (mephitis americana, mephitis mephitica, mustela foetida, polecat)
meprob. : meprobamate
merc. : mercurius solubilis (hydrargyrum depuratum, hydrargyrum metallicum, mercurius oxydatulus
niger, mercurius solubilis hahnemanni, mercurius vivax, mercurius vivus, quicksilver)
merc-act. : mercurius aceticus
merc-ar. : mercurius arsenicicus
merc-aur. : mercurius auratus
merc-br. : mercurius bromatus (bromide of mercury)
merc-bs. : mercurius bi-sulfuricus
merc-c. : mercurius corrosivus (corrosive sublimate, hydrargyri bichloridum, hydrargyrum
bichloratum, mercuric chloride, mercurius sublimatus, mercurius sublimatus corrosivus, mercury
(II) chloride, mercury dichloride)
merc-chli. : mercurius chloroiodatus
merc-chr. : mercurius chromium oxydulatus
merc-cy. : mercurius cyanatus (cyanuret of mercury, hydrargyri cyanidum, hydrargyrum
bicyanatum)
merc-d. : mercurius dulcis (calomel, dimercury dichloride, hydrargyri subchloridum mite, mercurous
chloride, mercury (I) chloride, mercury monochloride)
merc-f. : mercurius fluoratum
merc-i-f. : mercurius iodatus flavus (dimercury diiodide, mercurius protoiodatus, mercurius
proto-iodatus, mercurous iodide, mercury (I) iodide, mercury iodide)
merc-i-r. : mercurius iodatus ruber (hydrargyri bijodidum, hydrargyrum bijodatum rubrum, mercuric
iodide, mercurius bi-iodatus, mercurius biniodatus, mercury (II) iodide, mercury diiodide)
merc-k-i. : mercurius biniodatus cum kali iodatum (mercuric potassium iodide, mercurius et kali
iodatus)
merc-lac. : mercurius lacticus (hydrargyri lactas, hydrargyrum lacticum)
merc-meth. : mercurius methylenus
merc-n. : mercurius nitricus (hydrargyrum oxydulatum nitricum crystallisatum, mercuric nitrate)
merc-ns. : mercurius nitrosus (mercurius nitricus oxydulatus)
merc-o-cy. : mercurius oxy-cyanatus (hydrargyri oxycyanidum)
merc-o-f. : mercurius oxydatus flavus (hydrargyri oxydum flavum, mercurius flavus)
merc-p. : mercurius phosphoricus
merc-pn. : mercurius proto-nitricus
merc-pr-a. : mercurius praecipitatus albus
merc-pr-f. : mercurius praecipitatus flavus
merc-pr-r. : mercurius praecipitatus ruber (hydrargyri oxydum rubrum, mercurius oxydatus)
merc-ps. : mercurius proto sulphatum (protosulphide of mercury)
merc-r. : mercurius rhodanatus
merc-sal. : mercurius salicylicus

merc-s-cy. : mercurius sulphocyanatus


mercs-n. : mercuresceinum natricum
merc-sul. : mercurius sulphuricus (hydrargyri oxydum subsulphuricum, turpethum minerale)
merc-s-xyz. : mercurius sulphuricum unknown preparation
merc-tn. : mercurius tannicus
merl. : mercurialis perennis
merl-a. : mercurialis annua
mescal. : mescalinum (mescalina)
mese-c. : mesembryanthemum cristallinum (mesembrianthemum cristallinum)
mesmer. : mesmerismus (magnetismus animalis)
mesobuth-t. : mesobuthus tamulus (bathus tamulus, buthotus tamulus, buthuolus tumulus, buthus
lamblus, buthus tamulus, indian red scorpion)
mesp. : mespillus germanica
metald. : metaldehydum (exalginum, metacetaldehydum, methylacetanilidum)
meth-ae-ae. : methylium aethyloaethereum
methan. : methanol (wood alcohol)
meth-bchl. : methylenum bichloratum
methion. : methioninum
meth-sal. : methylium salicylicum
methyl. : methylenum coeruleum (methylene blue, teleamethylthioninum chloridum)
methyl-glyox. : methylglyoxal
methyl-guanin. : methylguanidin
methys. : methysergidum
meum-a. : meum athamanticum
mez. : mezereum (daphne mezereum)
mica : mica
micr. : micromeria douglasii (yerba buena)
microc. : micrococcinum
microg-p. : microglossa pyrifolia
mik-c. : mikania cordata
mik-s. : mikania setigera (mikania setigera)
mill. : millefolium (achillea millefolium)
mil-s. : milium solis (lithospermum officinale)
mim. : mimulus (Bach fl.)
mim-h. : mimosa humilis
miml-g. : mimulus guttatus (common monkey flower, golden monkey flower, mimulus, yellow
monkey flower)
miml-lu. : mimulus luteus
mim-mi. : mimosa microphylla (mimosa quadrivalvis var. angustata, schrankia uncinata)
mim-nu. : mimosa nuttallii (mimosa quadrivalvis var. nuttallii, schrankia nuttallii)
mim-p. : mimosa pudica
mir-j. : mirabilis jalapa (nickterina)
miss. : Mississquoi aqua
mit. : mitchella repens
mitom. : mitomycine
mitot. : mitotane
mitra-st. : mitragyna stipulosa
mnng. : n-methyl-n'-nitro-n-nitrosoguanidin
mob-ray : mobile phone radiation
molin-c. : molinia coerulea
molu. : molusca
moly-ac. : molybdenicum acidum
moly-m. : molybdenium muriaticum
moly-met. : molybdenium metallicum (molybdaenum metallicum)
mom-b. : momordica balsamica (momordica balsamina)

mom-ch. : momordica charantia


mom-f. : momordica foetida
mom-in. : momordica involucrata
monar-di. : monarda didyma
monar-fi. : monarda fistulosa
monar-pu. : monarda punctata
moni. : monilia albicans (candida albicans, oidium albicans)
moni-c. : monilia coerula
mono. : monotropa uniflora
mono-h. : monotropa hypopitis
mons. : monsonia ovata
monst-p. : monstera pertusa
morb. : morbillinum
morb-vc. : vaccinum morbillorum vivum
morg. : bacillus Morgan (Bach) (morgan (bach))
morg-g. : bacillus Morgan-Gaertner (Paterson) (morgan-gaertner (paterson))
morg-p. : bacillus Morgan pure (Paterson) (morgan pure (paterson))
morind-l. : morinda lucida
morind-m. : morinda morindoides
moring-p. : moringa pterygosperma
morph. : morphinum and salts (old abbr.)
morph-act. : morphinum aceticum
morph-m. : morphinum muriaticum (morphini hydrochloridum)
morph-pur. : morphinum purum
morph-s. : morphinum sulphuricum (morphini sulfas)
morus-n. : morus nigra
mosch. : moschus (moschus moschiferus)
moscho-r. : moschosma riparia
ms. : multiple sclerosis nosode (disseminated sclerosis, focal sclerosis, insular sclerosis, ms nosode,
sclrose en plaques)
mucoc. : mucococcinum (mucobacter)
mucor : mucor mucedo
mucor-a-p. : mucor cum aspergillus cum penicillinum
mucot. : mucotoxinum (bacillus Friedlnder, bacterium lactis aerogenes, Klebsiella pneumoniae,
micrococcus catarrhalis, micrococcus tetragenius, mucocatarrhalis)
mucs-nas. : mucosa nasalis
muc-u. : mucuna urens
mukul : balsamodendron mukul
mum-l. : mumulus lewisii
mur-ac. : muriaticum acidum (acidum hydrochloricum)
muru. : murure leite
murx. : murex purpurea
musa : musa sapientum (banana, bananae flos)
musan-c. : musanga cecropioides
musa-p. : musa paradisiaca
musca-d. : musca domestica (common house fly, grosse stubenfliege)
muscin. : muscarinum
mus-m. : mus musculus (common house mouse, eastern European house mouse, mus musculus
hortulanus)
must. : mustard (Bach fl.)
mut. : bacillus Mutabile (Bach) (mutabile (Bach))
myc-ung. : mycosis unguis nosode (nagelmykose nosode)
mygal. : mygale lasiodora (aranea avicularia, bird spider, lasidora cubana, mygale avicularia)
myos-a. : myosotis arvensis (myosotis avicularia, myosotis intermedia)
myos-s. : myosotis symphytifolia

myos-sv. : myosotis sylvatica


myric. : myrica cerifera (carthamnus ceriferus, virola sebifera)
myric-g. : myrica gale
myricin. : myricinum
myris. : myristica sebifera
myroc-p. : = bals-p. = myrocylon peruvianum
myrox-t. : myroxylon toluiferum
myrrha : myrrha (balsamodendron myrrha, balsamodendron roxburgii)
myrrhis-o. : myrrhis odorata
myrt-c. : myrtus communis
myrt-ch. : myrtus cheken (eugenia cheken, euginia chequen)
myrtlc-g. : myrtillocactus geometrizans
myrt-p. : myrtus pimenta
mytil. : mytilus edulis (mytilus trossulus)

N
nabal. : nabalus serpentarius (nabulus albus, prenanthes serpentaria, white lettuce)
nack. : nackelia
nad. : nicotinamide adenine dinucleotide (nadid, nadide, nadidum)
naja : naja tripudians (kobra, naja haje, naja naja, naja naja naja)
naja-n. : naja nigricollis (cobra nigricolis, naja nigricolis)
nalox. : naloxon (naloxone)
nandr-php. : norandrostenolon phenylpropion
napht. : naphtha
naphtaz-m. : naphthazolinum muriaticum
naphtaz-n. : naphthazolinum nitricum
naphthoq. : naphthoquinone (naphthalenedione)
naphtin. : naphthalinum
napin. : napellinum
narcin. : narceinum
narcot. : narcotinum
narcot-act. : narcotinum aceticum
narcot-m. : narcotinum muriaticum
narc-po. : narcissus poeticus
narc-ps. : narcissus pseudonarcissus
narz. : Narzan aqua
nast. : = nast-o. = nasturtium aquaticum (old abbr.)
nast-o. : nasturtium officinale (nasturtium aquaticum, rorippa nasturtium aquaticum, watercress)
nat-act. : natrium aceticum (natrii acetas)
nat-ae-s. : natrium aethylosulphuricum (natrium sulphorinicum)
nat-ar. : natrium arsenicosum (natrium arsenicicum, sodium arseniate)
nat-be. : natrium benzoicum (natrii benzoas)
nat-bi. : natrium bichromicum
nat-bic. : natrium bicarbonicum
nat-bis. : natrium bisulfurosum
nat-bor. : natrium boricum
nat-br. : natrium bromatum (bromide of sodium, natrii bromidum)
nat-c. : natrium carbonicum (cacodilato de sodio, natrii carbonas monohydricus, natrium
cacodylicum)
nat-cac. : = nat-c. = natrium cacodylicum
nat-caust. : natrium causticum (natrii hydroxydum)
nat-ch. : natrium choleinicum
nat-chl. : natrium chloricum
nat-chr. : natrium chromicum

nat-cit. : natrium citricum (natrii citras, trinatrii citras)


nat-cy. : natrium cyanatum
nat-f. : natrium fluoratum (natrii fluoridum)
nat-form. : natrium formicum
nat-gchol. : natrium glycocholicum
nat-gent. : natrium gentisatum
nat-gl. : natrium gluconicum
nat-glt. : natrium glutamicum
nat-gp. : natrium glycerophosphoricum
nat-hchls. : natrium hypochlorosum
nat-hmp. : natrium hexa-meta-phosphoricum
nat-hox. : natrium hydroxydum (natrii hydroxidum)
nat-hp. : natrium hypophosphorum (natrii hypophosphis)
nat-hsulo. : natrium hyposulphurosum
nat-i. : natrium iodatum (natrii iodidum)
nat-lac. : natrium lacticum (natrii lactatis solutio)
nat-m. : natrium muriaticum (natrii chloridum, natrium chloratum)
nat-mar. : natrium marinum
nat-met. : natrium metallicum
nat-meth. : natrium methylate
nat-meth-ar. : natrium methylarsinicum (arrhenal, arsynal)
nat-mlb. : natrium molybdicum
nat-mvan. : natrium metavanadicum
nat-n. : natrium nitricum (natrii nitras)
nat-nic. : natrium nicotinicum
nat-ns. : natrium nitrosum (natrii nitris)
nat-o. : natrium oxydatum
nat-ol. : natrium oleicum
nat-ox. : natrium oxalicum (natrii oxalas)
nat-ox-act. : natrium oxalaceticum
nat-p. : natrium phosphoricum (dinatrii phosphas dodecahydricus, natrii phosphas, sodium
phosphate)
nat-perm. : natrium permanganicum
nat-prop. : natrium propionicum
nat-pyru. : natrium pyruvicum
natr-n. : natrix natrix (grass snake, ringelnatter, ringslang)
nat-s. : natrium sulphuricum (natrii sulfas anhydricus, sal glauberi)
nat-sal. : natrium salicylicum (natrii salicylas, natriumsalicylat, salicylate of soda)
nat-s-c. : natrium sulphocarbolicum
nat-sel. : natrium selenicum
nat-sil. : natrium silicicum (natrium silicatum)
nat-sil-f. : natrium silicofluoricum
nat-stann. : natrium stannicum
nat-suc. : natrium succinicum
nat-sula. : natrium sulphuratum
nat-sulo. : natrium sulphurosum
nat-tar. : natrium tartaricum (dinatrii tartras)
nat-taur. : natrium taurocholicum
nat-tel. : natrium telluricum
nat-tmcy. : natrium thiosinaminum cyanatum
nat-uric. : natrium uricum
nat-val. : natrium valerianicum
nat-van. : natrium vanadicum
nauc-l. : nauclea latifolia
nauf-helv-li. : lignum naufragium helvetiae

nect. : nectandra amara (nectandra cymbarum)


nect-p. : nectandra pichury major
nectrin. : nectrianinum
neg. : negundium Americanum (acer negundo, box elder, negundo aceroides, negundo Americanum)
nego-a. : = neg. = negundo aceroides
nego-f. : negundo fraxinifolium
neis-meng-vc. : neisseria meningitidis vaccinus
nelum-lu. : nelumbium luteum
nelum-n. : nelumbo nucifera (grandiflora sacred lotus, pink or white asian lotus, white grandiflora)
nemo-m. : nemophila menziesii
neod-br. : neodymium bromatum
neod-c. : neodymium carbonicum
neod-f. : neodymium fluoratum
neod-i. : neodymium iodatum
neod-lac. : neodymium lacticum
neod-m. : neodymium muriaticum
neod-met. : neodymium metallicum
neod-n. : neodymium nitricum
neod-o. : neodymium oxydatum
neod-ox. : neodymium oxalicum
neod-p. : neodymium phosphoricum
neod-s. : neodymium sulfuricum
neod-sil. : neodymium silicatum
neom. : neomycine
neon : neon
neor-m. : neorautanenia mitis
neos-ms. : neostigmine methyl sulfate
neot-n-a. : neottia nidus avis
nep. : nepenthes distillatoria
nepet. : = catar. = nepeta cataria
neph-l. : nephelium litchi
nept-m. : neptunium muriaticum
nept-ox. : neptunium oxalicum
ner-od. : = olnd. = nerium odorum
neur. : neurinum
nicc. : niccolum-met. + -c. (old abbr.)
nicc-act. : niccolum aceticum
nicc-be. : niccolum benzoicum
nicc-br. : niccolum bromidum (niccolum bromatum)
nicc-c. : niccolum carbonicum
nicc-f. : niccolum fluoratum
nicc-gl. : niccolum gluconicum
nicc-m. : niccolum muriaticum
nicc-met. : niccolum metallicum
nicc-o. : niccolum oxydatum
nicc-s. : niccolum sulphuricum (sulphate of nickel)
nicc-sil. : niccolum silicatum
nicc-xyz. : niccolum unknown species
nicot. : nicotinum
nicot-ac. : nicotinic acidum (acidum nicotinicum, niacinum, vitamin pp)
nicotam. : nicotinamidum (niacinamidum, nicotinicum amidum, vitamin b3)
nid. : nidus edulis
nig-d. : nigella damascena
nigr-a. : nigritella angustifolia
nig-s. : nigella sativa

ninhy. : ninhydrine
niob-m. : niobium muriaticum
niob-met. : niobium metallicum (columbium niobium)
niob-s. : niobium sulphuricum
nit-ac. : nitricum acidum (nitri acidum)
nit-m-ac. : nitromuriaticum acidum (aqua regia, chlornitrosum acidum, nitroso-muriaticum acidum)
nitraz. : nitrazepam
nitro. : nitrogenium
nitrob. : nitrobenzolum (nitrobenzenum)
nitro-o. : nitrogenium oxygenatum (nitrogenii oxidum, nitrogenum oxygenatum)
nitroph. : nitrophenolum
nitro-pox. : nitrogenium peroxydatum
nitros-ac. : nitrosum acidum (nitrous acid)
nit-s-d. : nitri spiritus dulcis (aethylium nitrosum, spiritus aetheris nitrosi, spiritus dulcis nitri,
spiritus nitrico-aethereus)
nn-diphel. : n nitrosodiphenylamin
nobel. : nobelium
noc-a. : nocardia asteroides
noradr. : noradrenalinum (levoarterenol, noradrenalini hydrochloridum, norepinephrine)
norepi. : = noradr. = norepinephrine (old abbr.)
norleuc. : norleucine
nosc. : noscapinum
note-st. : notechis scutatus
novoc. : novocainum
nucl-ac. : nucleinicum acidum
nuph. : nuphar luteum (nymphaea lutea)
nuph-p. : nuphar pumilum
nux-a. : nux absurda
nux-m. : nux moschata (myristica fragrans, myristica officinalis, nutmeg)
nux-v. : nux vomica (colubrina, strychnos nux vomica, strychnos nux-vomica)
nyct. : nyctanthes arbor tristis (arbor tristis)
nymph. : nymphaea odorata (castalia pudica, nymphea odorata)
nymph-a. : nymphaea alba (castalia speciosa, nymphea alba)
nyst. : nystatine

O
oak : oak (Bach fl.)
ochn-a. : ochna atropurpurea
oci. : ocimum canum
oci-car. : ocimum caryophyllatum
oci-g. : ocimum gratissimum
oci-m. : ocimum micranthum
oci-sa. : ocimum sanctum
oci-su. : ocimum suave
oct-mac. : octopus maculosa
oena. : oenanthe crocata (water dropwort)
oena-f. : oenanthe fistulosa
oeno. : oenothera biennis
oest. : oestrus cameli
oestrd. : oestradiol
oestrd-be. : oestradiol benzoas
okou. : okoubaka aubrevillei
ol-ac. : oleicum acidum (acidum oleicum)
ol-an. : oleum animale aethereum (oleum animae aetherum dippeli, oleum cornu cervi, oleum

dippeli, stag's horn oil)


ol-car. : oleum caryophyllatum
olden-d. : oldenlandia decubens
olden-h. : oldenlandia herbacea
ol-eucal. : oleum eucalyptus (eucalypti aetheroleum)
ol-eur. : olea Europea (olea Europea, olive tree)
ol-eur-ol. : oleae Europeae oleum
ol-ha. : oleum haarlem
ol-hc. : oleum hydnocarpi
ol-hi. : oleum hippoglossi
olib-c. : olibanum carteri
olib-sac. : olibanum sacrum
olib-soc. : olibanum socotrinum
olive : olive (Bach fl.)
ol-j. : oleum jecoris aselli (Iecoris aselli oleum, oleum jecoris morrhuae, oleum morrhuae)
ol-lav. : oleum lavandulae (lavandulae aetheroleum)
ol-mo. : oleum morrhuae
ol-myr. : oleum myristicae
olnd. : oleander (nerium odorum, nerium oleander)
ol-pat. : oleum patchouli (oleum patchouly, oleum pogostemon patchouli)
ol-sant. : oleum santali (santalum)
ol-suc. : oleum succinum (oleum sussini non rectificatum)
oncor-t. : oncorynchus tsawytscha (King salmon, kningslachs, onchoryncus tschawytscha)
onis. : oniscus asellus (millipedes)
onob-s. : onobrychis sativa (hedysarum capitatum)
onon. : ononis spinosa (ononis arvensis)
onon-n. : ononis natrix
onon-r. : ononis repens
onop. : onopordon acanthium
onos. : onosmodium virginianum (lithospermum virginicum, onosmodium virginicum)
op. : opium (opium crudum, opium poppy, papaver somniferum, thebaicum)
oper. : operculina turpenthum (convolvulus turpenthum, ipomea turpenthum, operculina
turpethum)
opl. : oplia farinosa
opop. : opopanax chironium
opun-a. : opuntia aciculata
opun-c. : opuntia coccinellifera (cochenille cactus, nopalea coccinellifera)
opun-f. : opuntia ficus indica (ficus indica, ficus opuntia)
opun-s. : opuntia spina alba
opun-v. : opuntia vulgaris (cactus opuntia)
opun-xyz. : opun-s. + opun-v.
orch. : orchitinum (sperminum)
orcin. : orcinolum
oreo. : oreodaphne californica ( California laurel, Californica bay, umbellularia californica)
orex-tann. : orexinum tannaticum (orexin tannas, orexine tannate)
orig. : origanum majorana (origanum hortensis, origanum majorana)
orig-cr. : origanum creticum
orig-d. : origanum dictamnus (dictamnus)
orig-v. : origanum vulgare
orni. : ornithogalum umbellatum (star of Bethlehem)
orni-p. : ornithogalum pyrenaicum
ornith-chl. : ornithine chlorhydrate
orob-m. : orobanche major
orot-ac. : oroticum acidum
orthambe-ac. : orthoaminobenzoicum acidum

orthos-s. : orthosiphon stamineus (barbiflora, orthosiphonis folium)


oryz-s. : oryza sativa
oscilloc. : oscillococcinum (anas barbariae hepatinii et cardiae extractum)
osm. : osmium met. + -ac. (old abbr.)
osm-ac. : osmicum acidum
os-max. : ostitis maxilar nosode (kieferostitis nosode)
osm-met. : osmium metallicum
osm-o. : osmium oxydatum (osmium tetroxidum)
osmu-r. : osmunda regalis
ost. : ostrya virginica
osteo-a. : osteo-arthriticum (OAN, osteo-arthritis-nosode)
osteo-mye. : osteomyelitis nosode
osteo-mye-scl. : osteomyelosclerosis nosode
osteos-n. : osteospermum nervatum
osyr-a. : osysris alba
othon-n. : othonna natalensis
otit-m-xyz. : otitis media nosode unknown species
ouabin. : ouabainum
ourl. : ourlianum (myxoedema parotitis)
ov. : ovininum (oophorinum)
ovar. : ovaries
ovi-p. : ovi gallinae pellicula (ova tosta)
ovi-v. : ovi vitellus
ox-ac. : oxalicum acidum (sorrel acid)
oxal-a. : oxalis acetosella
oxal-c. : oxalis corniculata
oxal-s. : oxalis semiloba
oxat. : oxatomide
oxaz. : oxazepam
oxeod. : oxeodaphne
oxpren. : oxprenololum
oxyd. : oxydendron arboreum (andromeda arborea)
oxyg. : oxygenium
oxyq-m. : oxyquinoleinum muriaticum
oxyt. : oxytropis lamberti (loco weed, oxytrophis)
oxyt-c. : oxytropis campestris
oxyte-chl. : oxytetracycline chlorhydrate (teramycin)
oxytoc. : oxytocinum
oxyurn-sc. : oxyuranus scuttellatus
oxy-v. : = enterob-v. = oxyuris vermicularis (old abbr.)
ozaen. : ozaena nosode
ozone : ozonum

P
paeon. : paeonia officinalis
pali-a. : paliurus aculeatus (paliurus Australis, paliurus spina christi, zisyphus paliurus)
pall. : palladium metallicum
pall-f. : palladium fluoratum
pall-m. : palladium muriaticum
pall-o. : palladium oxydatum
palm-ac. : palmiticum acidum
palo. : paloondo
p-ambe-ac. : para-aminobenzoicum acidum
p-ambes-ac. : para-aminobenzoicumsulfamidum acid

pambt. : pambotano
p-amsal-ac. : para-aminosalicylicum acidum
pana. : panacea arvensis
pancr. : pancreatinum (pancreatis pulvis)
pann. : panna (aspidium panna)
pant-ac. : pantothenicum acidum (acidum pantothenicum, vitamin b5)
papain. : papainum
pap-d. : papaver dubium (long-headed poppy)
papin. : papaverinum
papin-m. : papaverinum muriaticum (papaverini hydrochloridum)
pap-r. : papaver rhoeas (common poppy, papaver vulgaris)
par. : paris quadrifolia
paraf. : paraffinum (paraffinum liquidum)
paraph. : paraphenylendiaminum
parat. : paratyphoidinum (paratyphoidinum a, salmonella parathyphoidea)
parat-b. : paratyphoidinum B (salmonella schotmullieri)
parathyr. : parathyreoidinum (glandula parathyroidea, parathormonum, parathyreoid glands)
pareir. : pareira brava (chondodendron tomentosa, chondodendron tormentosum, cocculus
platyphylla)
pariet. : parietaria officinalis
parit-t. : paritium tiliaceum
parn-p. : parnassia palustris
paro-i. : paronychia illecebrum
parot. : parotidinum (glandula parotis, parotitis nosode)
parot-vc. : parotitis vaccinus (vaccinum parotitidis vivum)
parth. : parthenium hysterophorus (congress grass, escoba amargo, parthenium hysterophorus lynn)
passi. : passiflora incarnata
passi-c. : passiflora coerulea
past. : pastinaca sativa
past-u. : pastinaca urens
paull. : paullinia pinnata
p-benzq. : parabenzoquinonum (parabenzochinon, para-benzoquinonum)
p-dchlbe. : paradichlorobenzolum
pect. : pecten jacobaeus
pectin. : pectinum
ped. : pediculus capitis
pedclr. : pedicularis canadensis
ped-p. : pediculus pubis (crab lice, genital louse, pediculus inguinalis, phthirus pubis, pubic louse)
pegan-ha. : peganum harmala (Esphand, Syrian rue)
pelarg. : pelargonium reniforme
pelarg-o. : pelargonium odoratissimum (geranium odoratissimum)
pellin. : pelletierinum
pen. : penthorum sedoides (ditch-stonecrop, siempreviva)
penic. : penicillinum
penic-calc. : penicillinum calcium
penic-cm. : penicillium camemberti (penicillium candidum, penicillium caseicolum)
penic-cy. : penicillium cyclopodium (penicillium cyclopium)
penic-e. : penicillium expansum (penicillium giordanoi, penicillium glaucum)
penic-g. : penicillium griseum
penic-n. : penicillium notatum
penic-p. : penicillium piceum
pentac-m. : pentaclethra macrophylla
pentad-b. : pentadiplandra brazzeana
pentaz. : pentazocine
peps. : pepsinum (pepsini pulvis)

perchlet. : perchlorethylene
perh. : perhexilinum
perh-mal. : perhexilinum maleatum (pexid)
perhydr. : perhydrol
peri. : periploca graeca
perid-b. : perideridia bolanderi (yampah)
perill-f. : = perill-o. = perilla frutescens (old abbr.)
perill-o. : perilla ocymoides (perilla frutescens)
periproc. : periproctitic abscess nosode
perkin. : perkinismus
pern-c. : pernus canaliculus
perob. : perobinha
pers. : persea Americana (avocado, persea gratissima)
pert. : pertussinum (coqueluchinum)
pert-vc. : pertussis vaccinus
pest. : pestinum (Vaccin of Haffkine)
petan-v. : petanisia variabilis
peti. : petiveria tetandra (phytolacca tetandra)
peti-a. : petiveria alliacea
petr. : petroleum (oleum petrae)
petr-cr. : petroleum crudum
petr-di. : petroleum diesel
petrola. : petrolatum
petros. : petroselinum sativum (apium petroselinum, petroselinum crispum, petroselinum hortense)
petros-c. : = petros. = petroselinum crispum (old abbr.)
petr-ra. : petroleum raffinatum
petr-xyz. : petroleum unknow preparation
peuc-o. : peucedanum officinale
pg-a1ta1. : prostaglandinum a1 tromboxane a1
pg-a2ta2. : prostaglandinum a2 tromboxane a2
pg-all. : prostaglandinum all types
pg-e1. : prostaglandinum e1
pg-e2. : prostaglandinum e2
pg-f2a. : prostaglandinum f2 alpha
ph-ac. : phosphoricum acidum (acidum phosphoricum)
phal. : phallus impudicus
phasco-ci. : phascolarctos cinereus
phase. : phaseolus nanus
phase-l. : phaseolus lunatus
phase-vg. : phaseolus vulgaris
phase-xyz. : phase.+ phase-vg.
phel. : phellandrium aquaticum (foeniculum aquaticum, nabo acutico, oenanthe aquaticum,
oenanthe phellandrium)
phell-n. : phellinus nigricans (polyporus nigricans)
phenac. : phenacetinum
phenan. : phenanthrenum
phenerg. : phenergan
phenob. : phenobarbitalum (gardenalum, luminal, phenylaethylimalonylureum)
phenolpht. : phenolphtaleinum
phenoth. : phenothiazinum
phenylal. : phenylalanine (phenylalaninum)
phenylbe. : phenylbenzene
phenylbu. : phenylbutazone
phenylhy. : phenylhydrazinum
phila. : philadelphus coronarius

phill-a. : phillyrea angustifolia


phill-l. : phillyrea latifolia
philo-p. : philodendron pertusum
phle. : phleum pratense
phlor. : phlorizinum
phoen-d. : phoenix dactylifera
phorad-fl. : phoradendron flavescens (American mistletoe, phoradendron serotinum)
phor-t. : phormium tenax (harakeke, New Zealand flax.)
phos. : phosphorus (amorphous phosphorus)
phos-h. : phosphorus hydrogenatus
phos-m. : phosphorus muriaticus (phosphorus pentachloratus, phosphorus pentichloride)
phos-pbr. : phosphurus pentabromatus
phos-pchl. : = phos-m. = phosphorus pentachloratus (phosphorus muriaticus)
phos-ps. : phosphorus pentasulfuratus
phos-tbr. : phosphorus tribromatus
phos-ti. : phosphorus triiodatus
phyld-b. : phyllodoce breweri
phyll-c. : phyllanthus casticum
phyll-n. : phyllanthus niruri
phys. : physostigma venenosum (calabar, calabar bean, chop nut, ordeal bean)
physal-al. : physalis alkekengi (alkekengi, solanum vesicarium)
physal-an. : physalis angulata
physala-p. : physalia pelagica (blue-bottle, caravelle, frgate, galre, holothuria physalis, physalia
arethusa, physalia caravella, physalia physalis, physalia utriculus, Portuguese man-of-war, vessie
de mer)
physal-p. : physalis peruviana
physin-sal. : physostigminum salicylicum
phyt. : phytolacca decandra
phyt-b. : phytolacca berry (fructus phytolaccae)
pic-ac. : picricum acidum (acidum picronitricum, picronitricum acidum, trinitrophenolum)
picea-e. : picea excelsa
picea-p. : picea pungens
picra-e. : picrasma excelsa (picraena excelsa, picrasma excelsa, pteraema excelsa)
picro. : picrotoxinum
picro-ac. : picrotoxinum acidum
picror. : picrorhiza
pieri-b. : pieris briassicae (Grosse Kohlweissling)
pil-eq. : pilus equinus (horse hair, pferdehaar)
pilios-t. : piliostigma thonningii
pilo. : pilocarpinum + salts (old abbr.)
pilo-m. : pilocarpinum muriaticum (pilocarpini hydrochloridum)
pilo-n. : pilocarpinum nitricum
pilo-pur. : pilocarpinum purum
pime. : pimenta officinalis (myrtus pimenta)
pimp. : pimpinella saxifraga (pimpinella alba, pimpinella major)
pimp-a. : pimpinella anisum (anisum pimpinella)
pin-c. : pinus cupressus (callilaris)
pin-con. : pinus contorta (lodgepole pine, shore pine)
pine : pine (Bach fl.)
pineal. : pinealis (epiphysis cerebri, glandula pinealis)
ping-vg. : pinguicula vulgaris
pin-l. : pinus lambertiana
pin-mo. : pinus montana (pinus uncinata)
pin-pa. : pinus palustris
pin-pi. : pinus pinaster (pinus maritima)

pin-s. : pinus silvestris (pine, pinus murrayana, pinus sylvestris)


pin-teo. : pinus teocote
pipe. : piperazinum
pip-g. : piper guineense
pip-m. : piper methysticum (kava-kava)
pip-n. : piper nigrum
pir-c. : pirus communis
pirox. : piroxicam
pisc. : piscidia erythrina (erythrina corallodendron, Jamaica dogwood)
pis-s. : pisum sativum
pist-l. : pistacia lentiscus
pist-v. : pistacia vera
pitto-v. : pittosporus viridiflorum
pitu. : pituitaria posterior (old abbr.)
pitu-a. : pituitaria anterior (hypophysis anterior, pituitarium anteriorum)
pitu-gl. : pituitaria glandula (hypophysis cerebri, hypophysis glandula, pituitaria cerebri)
pituin. : = pitu-gl. = pituitrinum (hypophysinum)
pitu-p. : pituitaria posterior (hypophysis posterior, neurohypophysis, pituitarium posteriorum)
pityr-o. : pityrosporum orbiculare
pix : pix liquida
plac. : placenta humana
plac-s. : placenta suis
plac-s-f. : placenta fetalis suis
plac-s-m. : placenta materna suis
plan. : plantago major
plan-c. : plantago coronopus
plan-l. : plantago lanceolata
plan-mi. : plantago minor
plan-p. : plantago psyllium (plantago ispaghula, plantago ovata, psyllium)
plast. : plastic
plat. : platinum metallicum (platina)
platan. : platan. species (old abbr.) (platan. old = platan-oc. + -or.)
platan-oc. : platanus occidentalis
platan-or. : platanus orientalis (platanus acerifolia)
plat-col. : platinum colloidale
plat-f. : platinum fluoratum
plat-i. : platinum iodatum
plat-m. : platinum muriaticum (platinum chloratum)
plat-m-n. : platinum muriaticum natronatum
plb. : plumbum metallicum
plb-act. : plumbum aceticum (plumbii acetas)
plb-ar. : plumbum arsenicicum
plb-bchl. : plumbum bichloridum
plb-br. : plumbum bromatum
plb-c. : plumbum carbonicum
plb-chr. : plumbum chromicum
plb-f. : plumbum fluoratum
plb-gl. : plumbum gluconicum
plb-i. : plumbum iodatum (iodide of lead)
plb-m. : plumbum muriaticum
plb-n. : plumbum nitricum
plb-o. : plumbum oxydatum
plb-o-f. : plumbum oxydatum flavum
plb-o-r. : plumbum oxydatum rubrum
plb-p. : plumbum phosphoricum

plb-s. : plumbum sulfuratum


plb-sact. : plumbum subaceticum
plb-tae. : plumbum tetra-aethylicum
plb-xyz. : plumbum met. + -act. + -c.
plect. : plectranthus fruticosus
plect-b. : plectranthus barbatus
plect-v. : plectronia ventosa
plumbg. : plumbago littoralis
plumbg-eu. : plumbago Europaea
plume. : plumeria celinus
plume-a. : plumeria alba
plut-c. : plutonium carbonicum
plut-f. : plutonium fluoratum
plut-lac. : plutonium lacticum
plut-m. : plutonium muriaticum
plut-met. : plutonium metallicum
plut-n. : plutonium nitricum
plut-o. : plutonium oxydatum
plut-ox. : plutonium oxalicum
plut-p. : plutonium phosphoricum
plut-s. : plutonium sulphuricum
plut-sil. : plutonium silicatum
pluv. : pluvia
pm-br. : promethium bromatum
pm-c. : promethium carbonicum
pm-f. : promethium fluoratum
pm-i. : promethium iodatum
pm-lac. : promethium lacticum
pm-m. : promethium muriaticum
pm-n. : promethium nitricum
pm-o. : promethium oxydatum
pm-ox. : promethium oxalicum
pm-p. : promethium phosphoricum
pm-s. : promethium sulphuricum
pm-sil. : promethium silicatum
pneu. : pneumococcinum (pneumococcus)
pneu-vc. : vaccinum pneumococcale
poa-p. : poa pratensis
podo. : podophyllum peltatum
podoin. : podophyllinum
poinc-p. : poinciana pulcherrima (caesalpinia pulcherrima)
polar. : polaris
pole. : polemonium coeruleum
polio : polio (poliomyelitis nosode, virus poliomyelitis)
polio-vc. : vaccinum poliomyelitidis inactivatum
polio-vc-sk. : polio vaccinus salk
polio-vc-sn. : polio vaccinus sabinus (polio oral vaccine)
poll. : pollantinum (pollen)
polon-met. : polonium metallicum
polya-po. : polyandra poligama
polyart. : polyarthritis nosode
poly-bow. : poly bowel co. (Bach) (poly bowel compound (bach))
polyg-a. : polygonum aviculare (knott grass)
polyg-am. : polygonum amphibium
polyg-bta. : polygonum bistorta

polyg-btd. : polygonum bistortoides


polyg-h. : polygonum hydropiperoides (persicaria acris, polygonum acre, polygonum punctatum,
smartweed)
polygl-a. : polygala amara
polygl-o. : polygala oppostifolia
polygl-vg. : polygala vulgaris
polyg-m. : polygonum maritimum
polygn-vg. : polygonatum vulgare (sigillum salomonis)
polyg-pe. : polygonum persicaria (persicaria urens, polygonum hydropiper, water pepper)
polyg-s. : polygonum sagittatum
polyg-xyz. : polygonum h. + -pe. + ?
polym. : polymnia uvedalia
polymix. : polymyxin b
polypd-vg. : polypodium vulgare
polyp-p. : polyporus pinicola (boletus pinicola)
polys. : polystyrenum
polytr. : polytrichum juniperinum
polytr-c. : polytrichum commune
polyv. : polyvinyle chlorure
pop. : populus tremuloides (aspen, populus tremula)
pop-cana. : populus canadensis
pop-cand. : populus candicans (balm of gilead, populus alba, populus balsamifera)
pop-c-t. : populus balsamifera trichocarpa (black cottonwood tree)
pop-n. : populus nigra
porc-m. : porcelanum mesniense
portal-p. : portulacca pilosa
portu-o. : portulacca oleracea
positr. : positronium
pota. : potamogeton natans
pot-a. : potentilla anserina
pot-arg. : potentilla argentea
pot-au. : potentilla aurea
pot-e. : potentilla erecta (potentilla recta, potentilla tormentilla, tormentilla erecta)
poter-s. : poterium sanguisorba
poter-sp. : poterium spinosum
pot-gl. : potentilla glandulosa
pot-r. : potentilla reptans
pot-t. : = pot-e. = potentilla tormentilla (old abbr.)
pras-br. : praseodymium bromatum
pras-c. : praseodymium carbonicum
pras-f. : praseodymium fluoratum
pras-i. : praseodymium iodatum
pras-lac. : praseodymium lacticum
pras-m. : praseodymium muriaticum
pras-met. : praseodymium metallicum
pras-n. : praseodymium nitricum
pras-o. : praseodymium oxydatum
pras-ox. : praseodymium oxalicum
pras-p. : praseodymium phosphoricum
pras-s. : praseodymium sulfuricum
pras-sil. : praseodymium silicatum
predn. : prednison (deltacortisone)
prednl. : prednisolone acetate (prednisolon)
pregnan. : pregnandiolum
pren-a. : prenanthes alba

prim-a. : primula auricula


prim-f. : primula farinosa
prim-o. : primula obconica (primula obconca)
prim-v. : primula veris (primula officinalis, primulae veris radix)
prim-vl. : primula vulgaris
prin. : prinos verticillatus
priva-l. : priva leptostachya
proc-m. : procainum muriaticum (procaini hydrochloridum)
progest. : progesteron (hormoflaveinum)
prolac. : prolactine
proli. : proline (prolinum)
prom. : promethazine
prom-chl. : promethazine chlorhydrate
prontos. : protonsil rubrum (sulfamidochrysoidine, sulphamidochrysoidine)
prop. : propylaminum (tetramethylaminum, trimethylaminum)
propl. : propolis
propr. : propranololum
propr-chl. : propranololum chlorhydratum
propyl. : propylene glycol
proq. : proquantil
prost. : prostate gland
prostin. : prostatinum
prot. : bacillus Proteus (Bach) (one of the bowel nosodes, proteus (bach), proteus mirabilis, proteus
vulgaris)
protac. : protoactinium
protg. : protargol
protin. : proteinum
protonu. : protonuclein
prot-r. : proteus rettgeri
prots-m. : = prot. = proteus mirabilis
prots-v. : = prot. = proteus vulgaris
prun. : prunus spinosa
prun-am. : prunus amygdalus
prun-ar. : prunus armeniaca
prun-av. : prunus avium
prun-cf. : prunus cerasifera (cherry plum)
prun-cs. : prunus cerasus (cerasus vulgaris)
prun-d. : prunus domestica
prune. : prunella vulgaris
prun-m. : prunus mahaleb
prun-p. : prunus padus (cerasus padus, padus avium)
prun-pe. : prunus persica
prun-v. : prunus virginiana (cerasus virginia)
pseud. : pseudomonas aeruginosa
pseuts-m. : pseudotsuga menziesii
psid. : psidium guayava
psil. : psilocybe caerulescens
psil-s. : psilocybe semilanceata
psor. : psorinum (psoricum)
psoral. : psoralea bituminosa
psoral-c. : psoralea corylifolia
psoral-p. : psoralea pinnata
psorias. : psoriasis nosode
ptel. : ptelea trifoliata
ptergl-ac. : pteroylglutamicum acidum

pteri-a. : pteris aquilina


ptraz. : pentetrazolum
ptycho-ol. : ptychopetalum olacoides
ptycho-unc. : ptychopetalum uncinatum
ptycho-xyz. : ptychopetalum species unknown (muira puama)
pulic-d. : pulicaria dysenterica
pull-g. : pullus gallinaceus
pulm-a. : pulmo anaphylacticus (poumon anaphylactique)
pulmon. : pulmonaria vulgaris
pulmon-a. : pulmonaria angustifolia
pulmon-o. : pulmonaria officinalis
pulmon-t. : pulmonaria tuberosa
pulm-s. : pulmo suis
pulm-v. : vulpes pulmo (pulmo vulpis, wolf's lung)
puls. : pulsatilla pratensis (anemone pratensis, anemone pulsatilla, pulsatilla nigricans)
puls-m. : pulsatilla montana (anemone montana)
puls-n. : pulsatilla nuttaliana (anemone ludoviciana, anemone nuttaliana)
puls-vg. : pulsatilla vulgaris (anemone pulsatilla)
pulx. : pulex irritans
pulx-c. : pulex canis
putrin. : putrescinum
putrin-m. : putrescinum muriaticum
pycno-e. : pycnostachys eminii
pycnop-sa. : pycnoporus sanguineus
pyocy. : pyocyaninum
pyocyin. : pyocyanotoxinum
pyoderm-xyz. : pyodermie nosode species unknown
pyrar. : pyrarara
pyren-sc. : pyrenacantha scandens
pyre-o. : pyrethrum officinarum
pyre-p. : pyrethrum parthenium (anthemis pyrethrum, chrysanthenum parthenium, leucanthemum
parthenium)
pyre-r. : pyrethrum roseum e floribus
pyrid. : pyridoxinum hydrochloricum (pyridoxini hydrochloridum, vitamin b6)
pyrim. : pyrimethamine
pyro-ac. : pyrolignosum acidum
pyrocarb. : pyrocarbon
pyrog. : pyrogenium (sepsinum)
pyrogal-ac. : pyrogallicum acidum
pyrogall. : pyrogallol
pyrol. : pyrola rotundifolia
pyrol-m. : pyrola minor
pyru-ac. : pyruvicum acidum
pyrus : pyrus Americana (sorbus Americana)
pyrus-c. : pyrus communis

Q
quas. : quassia amara
quasin. : quassinum
queb. : quebracho (aspidosperma quebracho)
querc. : quercus (quercus fructus)
querc-g. : quercus glandium (acorn kernels)
querc-l. : quercus lobata (valley oak)
querc-pu. : quercus pubescens

querc-r. : quercus robur (english oak, oak, quercus pedunculata, quercus sessilifera)
querc-r-fl. : quercus robur flos
querc-r-g-aq. : quercus robur aqua glandium (aqua glandium quercus robur)
querc-r-g-s. : quercus robur glandium spiritus (spiritus glandium quercus robur)
quill. : quillaya saponaria (quillaya smegmaderma)
quin-chl. : quinacrine chlorhydrate
quinhydr. : quinhydrone (chinhydron)
quinid. : quinidinum
quinid-m. : quinidinum muriaticum
quinid-s. : quinidinum sulfuricum
quinol. : quinoleinum

R
rad-br. : radium bromatum
rad-chl. : radium chloratum
rad-met. : radium metallicum
rado. : radon
raja-s. : rajania subsamarata
ran-a. : ranunculus acris
ran-b. : ranunculus bulbosus
ran-fi. : ranunculus ficaria (ficaria ranunculoides, ficaria verna)
ran-fl. : ranunculus flammula
ran-g. : ranunculus glacialis
ran-p. : ranunculus pinnatus
ran-r. : ranunculus repens
ran-s. : ranunculus sceleratus
raph. : raphanus sativus (black garden radish)
raphani. : raphanistrum arvense
raphis-g. : raphispermum gerardioides
rapp. : rappenau aqua
rat. : ratanhia peruviana (krameria triandra, mapato, pumacuchu, ratanhiae peruvianae radix)
ratt-norv. : rattus norvegus (brown rat)
ratt-r. : rattus rattus (black rat, mus rattus rattus, roof rat)
rauw. : rauwolfia serpentina (rauvolfia serpentina)
red-ch. : red chestnut (Bach fl.)
rein. : Reinerz aqua
ren. : kidneys
res. : resorcinum
resc. : rescue (Bach fl.)
reser. : reserpinum
retin. : retinol (vitamine A1)
retin-ac. : retinoicum acidum (vitamine A)
rham-cal. : rhamnus californica
rham-cath. : rhamnus cathartica
rham-f. : rhamnus frangula (frangula, frangulae cortex)
rham-f-cor. : frangulae corticis extractum siccum
rham-f-xyz. : rhamnus unknown part
rham-pr. : rhamnus prinoides
rhen-met. : rhenium metallicum
rhen-o. : rhenium oxydatum
rheum : rheum palmatum (rheum officinale)
rheum-r. : rheum rhaponticum
rhiz. : rhizopus niger (rhizopus nigricans)
rhod. : rhododendron chrysanthum

rhod-f. : rhododendron ferrugineum


rhodi. : rhodium metallicum
rhodi-o-n. : rhodium oxydatum nitricum
rhodon. : rhodonitum
rhus-a. : rhus aromatica (lemon sumac of Eastern North America, rhus canadensis)
rhus-c. : rhus cotinus (cotinus coggygria, smoketree of South Europe and West Asia, Venetian
sumac)
rhus-d. : rhus diversiloba (Pacific poison oak, toxicodendron diversilobum)
rhus-g. : rhus glabra (smooth sumac of North America)
rhus-l. : rhus laurina (laurel sumac of Southern California, malosma laurina)
rhus-r. : rhus radicans
rhus-s. : rhus succedanea
rhus-t. : rhus toxicodendron (eastern poison ivy, rhus radicans, toxicodendron quercifolium vernix,
toxicodendron radicans)
rhus-ty. : rhus typhina
rhus-v. : rhus venenata (rhus vernix, toxicodendron vernixa)
rhus-ver. : = rhus-v. = rhus vernix (old abbr.)
rhus-xyz. : rhus-r. + rhus-t.
rib-ac. : ribonucleicum acidum (rna)
ribes-n. : ribes nigrum
ribes-r. : ribes rubrum
ribes-u-c. : ribes uva crispa (gooseberry, ribes grossularia, stachelbeere)
ribo. : riboflavinum (vitamin b2)
ric. : ricinus communis (bofareira, oleum ricini, oleum ricinus)
ricino-h. : ricinodendron heudelotii
rizoph. : rizophora mangle
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rob. : robinia pseudacacia
rosa-xyz. : rosa unknown species
ros-b-a. : rosa bracteata alba
ros-ca. : rosa canina (wild rose)
ros-ca-fl. : rosa canina flos
ros-ce. : rosa centifolia
ros-d. : rosa damascena
ros-g. : rosa gallica
rosm. : rosmarinus officinalis
ros-r. : rosa rubra
rovam. : rovamycine
royal-j. : royal jelly (gele royale)
roye-l. : royena lucida
roye-v. : royena villosa
r-rose : rock rose (Bach fl.)
ruap-l. : ruapehu lava
rub-c. : rubia cordifolia
rubd-br. : rubidium bromatum
rubd-c. : rubidium carbonicum
rubd-m. : rubidium muriaticum
rubd-met. : rubidium metallicum
rubella : rubella nosode
rubella-vc. : rubella vaccinus (vaccinum rubellae vivum)
rubeol. : rubeolae nosode
rub-par-rub-vc. : rubeola-parotitis-rubella vaccinus (MMR: measles-mumps-rubella)

rubrum : rubrum (red color)


rub-t. : rubia tinctorum (rubia tinctoria)
rubu. : rubus villosus
rubu-c. : rubus chamaerosus (cloud berry, rubus chamaemorus)
rubu-ca. : rubus caesius (European dewberry)
rubu-fr. : rubus fruticosus (bramble, brombeere)
rubu-i. : rubus idaeus
rubu-r. : rubus rigidus
ruby : ruby
rudb-h. : rudbeckia hirta
rumx. : rumex crispus
rumx-ab. : rumex abyssinicus
rumx-acl. : rumex acetosella
rumx-act. : rumex acetosa
rumx-al. : rumex alpinus
rumx-aq. : rumex aquaticus
rumx-p. : rumex patientia
rusc-a. : ruscus aculeatus
russ. : russula foetens
ruta : ruta graveolens
ruta-a. : ruta angustifolia
ruth-met. : ruthenium metallicum
rutin. : rutinum
r-wat. : rock water (Bach fl.)

S
sabad. : sabadilla (asagraea officinalis, schoenocaulon officinale)
sabal : sabal serrulata (brahea serrulata, chamaerops serrulata, saw palmetto, serenoa repens,
serenoa serrulata)
sabb. : sabbatia angularis
sabin. : sabina (juniperus sabina)
sacch. : saccharum officinale
sacch-a. : saccharum album (saccharum raffinatum)
sacchin. : saccharinum
sacch-l. : saccharum lactis
sacch-xyz. : saccharum unknown type
sacmy-a. : saccharomyces apiculata
sag-s. : sagittaria sagittaefolia
sal-ac. : salicylicum acidum (acidum salicylicum)
sal-al. : salix alba
salam. : salamandra maculata (salamandra maculosa)
sal-am. : salix Americana
salam-l. : salamandra lacerta
salbut. : salbutamol
sal-fr. : salix fragilis (crack willow)
salic-p. : salicaria purpurea (lythrum salicaria)
salin. : salicinum
sal-l. : salix lasiolepis (salix vitellina, willow)
sal-ma. : salix madagascariensis
sal-mar. : sal marinum
sal-mo. : salix mollissima
salmon-e. : salmonella enteridis
salmo-sal. : salmo salar (Gemeiner Lachs)
salmo-trut. : salmo trutta (Bachforelle, brown trout, truite de rivire)

sal-n. : salix nigra


salol. : salolum
sal-p. : salix purpurea (salix nigricans)
salv. : salvia officinalis (salviae officinalis folium)
salv-p. : salvia pratensis
salv-sc. : salvia sclarea
salv-so. : salvia sonomensis (sunoma sage)
salv-vb. : salvia verbenaca
salv-vt. : salvia verticillata
samars. : samarskite
samb. : sambucus nigra (sambuci nigrae flos)
samb-c. : sambucus canadensis
samb-e. : sambucus ebulus (sambucus humilis)
sam-br. : samarium bromatum
samb-r. : sambucus racemosa
sam-c. : samarium carbonicum
sam-f. : samarium fluoratum
sam-i. : samarium iodatum
sam-lac. : samarium lacticum
sam-m. : samarium muriaticum
sam-n. : samarium nitricum
sam-o. : samarium oxydatum
sam-ox. : samarium oxalicum
sam-p. : samarium phosphoricum
sam-s. : samarium sulphuricum
sam-sil. : samarium silicatum
sang. : sanguinaria canadensis (blood-root)
sangin-act. : sanguinarinum aceticum
sangin-n. : sanguinarinum nitricum
sangin-pur. : sanguinarinum purum (sanguinarinum)
sangin-t. : sanguinarinum tartaricum
sanguiso. : sanguisorba officinalis
sanguiso-m. : sanguisorba minor
sanguis-s. : sanguis soricis
sanic. : sanicula aqua (aqua sanicula)
sanic-eu. : sanicula Europaea
sanochr. : sanochrysine
santa. : santalum album
santal. : santalinus (ptetrocarpus santalinus)
santin. : santoninum
santol. : santolina chamaecyparissus
sapin. : saponinum
sapo. : saponaria officinalis
sap-o. : sapindus oblongifolius
sapo-ca. : sapo castile
sapo-so. : sapo soda
sapot-a. : sapota achras
sap-s. : sapindus saponaria
sarcol-ac. : sarcolacticum acidum (dextrum lacticum acidum, lacticum acidum dextrum)
saroth. : sarothamnus scoparius (cytisus scoparius, genista scoparia, spartium scoparium)
sarr. : sarracenia purpurea
sars. : sarsaparilla officinalis (smilax offinialis, smilax sarsaparilla)
sass. : sassafras officinalis (laurus sassafras)
sat-h. : satureia hortensis
sat-m. : satureia montanta

saur. : saururus cernuus


saxi. : saxifraga granulata
saxitox. : saxitoxinum
saxon. : saxonitum
scab-c. : scabiosa columbaria
scab-s. : scabiosa succisa
scam. : scammonium (convolvulus scammonia)
scand-met. : scandium metallicum
scand-o. : scandium oxydatum
scarl. : scarlatinum (scarlatininum)
scat. : scatolum
schin. : schinus molle
schot-b. : schotia brachypetala
scir. : scirrhinum (carcinosinum mammae scirrhus)
scirp-p. : scirpus paludicola
scler. : scleranthus annuus (scleranthus)
sclera. : scleranthus (Bach fl.)
sclero-c. : sclerocarya caffra
scol. : scolopendra morsitans
scolo-v. : scolopendrium vulgare (phyllitis scolopendrium, scolopendrium officinale)
scop. : scopolia carniolica
scopar. : scoparius genista
scopin. : scopolaminum bromatum (hyoscinum bromatum)
scopin-hbr. : scopolaminum bromhydricum (hyoscinum bromhydricum, scopolaminum
hydrobromidum)
scopin-i. : scopolaminum iodatum (hyoscinum hydriodicum, scopolaminum hydriodicum)
scopla. : scopola
scor. : scorpio Europaeus (euscorpius italicus, scorpionida)
scroph-aq. : scrophularia aquatica
scroph-m. : scrophularia marylandica
scroph-n. : scrophularia nodosa
scroph-xyz. : scroph-m. + scroph-n.
scut. : scutellaria laterifolia (scutellaria lateriflora)
scut-g. : scutellaria galericulata
sec. : secale cornutum (claviceps purpurea)
sec-ce. : secale cereale
secret. : secretinum
secu-l. : securidaca longipedonculata
sed-ac. : sedum acre
sed-al. : sedum album
sed-c. : sedum cepaea
sedi. : sedinha
sed-r. : sedum repens (sedum alpestre)
sed-rf. : sedum reflexum
sed-ru. : sedum rubens
sed-t. : sedum telephium (sedum purpureum)
sel. : selenium metallicum
sela. : selaginella apus (selaginella)
sel-col. : selenium colloidale
seli. : selinum carvifolium
sel-o. : selenium oxydatum
semp. : sempervivum tectorum
semp-a. : sempervivum arachnoideum
sem-t. : semen tiglii
seneb-c. : senebiera coronopus

senec. : senecio aureus (senecio gragglis)


senec-abv. : senecio ambavilla (hubertia ambavilla)
senec-ad. : senecio adonidifolius
senec-atc. : senecio aurantiacus
senec-c. : senecio cordatus (senecio cordifolius)
senec-d. : senecio doronicum
senec-fa. : senecio faniasioides
senec-fu. : senecio fuschii
senec-i. : senecio incanus
senecin. : senecinum
senec-j. : senecio jacobaea
senec-ma. : senecio mannii
senec-sa. : senecio sarracenicus
senec-sp. : senecio speciosus
senec-sy. : senecio sylvaticus
senec-vg. : senecio vulgaris
senec-xyz. : senecio unknown species
seneg. : senega (polygala senega)
senn. : senna (alexandra senna, cassia acutifolia, cassia angustifolia, cassia senna, sennae folium)
sep. : sepia officinalis (sepia succus, squid)
sep-os. : sepia os (cuttlefish bone, schulp)
septi. : septicaeminum
seq-de. : sequoia dendron (inland redwood, mammutbaum)
seq-g. : sequoia gigantea
seq-s. : sequoia sempervirens (kusten sequoia, redwood tree)
ser-a-c. : serum anti colibacillum (serum of Vincent)
ser-ang. : serum anguillae (anguillae serum, eel serum, ichthyotoxinum)
ser-eq. : serum equi
ser-febr-s. : serum febris suis (serum hog cholera, serum swine fever)
serin-ca. : serinus canaria (canary bird)
serot. : serotoninum
serot-cs. : serotoninum creatininum sulfuricum
serp. : serpentaria aristolochia (aristolochia serpentaria)
ser-pestis-s. : serum pestis suis (schweinepest serum nosode)
serrat-ma. : serratia marcesens (bacillus prodigiosus)
shig-f. : shigella flexneri
sicar-a. : sicarius albospinosus (six-eyed crab spider)
sicar-h-k. : sicarius hahnii Karsh
sicar-o. : sicarius oweni
sicar-s. : sicarius spatulatus
sicar-t. : sicarius testaceus
sida-rh. : sida rhombifolia
sider. : siderite
sieg. : siegesbeckia orientalis
sil. : silicea terra (acidum silicicum, silica, silicium oxide, terra silicea)
sil-col. : silica colloidalis
sile-i. : silene inflata
sil-mar. : silica marina
sil-met. : silicium metallicum
silpho. : silphion cyrenaicum
silphu. : silphium lacinatum (silphium laciniatum)
sima. : simaruba amara
sima-g. : simaruba glauca
sima-v. : simaruba versicolor
simmon-ch. : simmondsia chinensis (jojoba)

simul. : simulium makara


sin-a. : sinapis alba (brassica alba, eruca alba, mustard oil)
sin-ar. : sinapis arvensis (acker-senf, field mustard, sinapsis arvensis, wild mustard)
sin-n. : sinapis nigra (brassica nigra)
sinus. : sinusitisinum
sin-xyz. : sinapis alba + nigra
sist-m-b. : sistrurus miliarius barbouri (dusky pygmy rattlesnake, southeastern pygmy rattlesnake)
sisy. : sisyrinchium galaxoides
sisym-s. : sisymbrium sophia
sium : sium latifolium
sium-a. : sium angustifolium
skat. : skatolum
skook. : Skookum Chuck aqua
slag : slag silica (aluminium silico-sulpho-calcite)
slate-nwls. : Slate of North Wales (North Wales Slate)
smaragd : smaragd
smil-a. : smilax aspera
smil-c. : smilax china
smilcin. : smilacinum
soja-h. : soja hispida
sol : sol (helios)
sol-a. : solanum arrebenta
sol-br. : sol britannicus
sol-cp. : solanum capense
sol-crl. : solanum carolinense
soldan-a. : soldanella alpina (alpine snowbell)
sol-ecl. : solar eclips
sol-er. : solanum erythracantum
solid. : solidago virgaurea (solidago virga avrea)
solid-n. : solidago nemoralis
solin. : solaninum pur. + -act. (old abbr.) (solalinum, solania, solanine)
sol-in. : solanum integri
solin-act. : solaninum aceticum
solin-pur. : solaninum purum
sol-mlg. : solanum melongena
sol-mm. : solanum mammosum
sol-mx. : solanum malacoxylon
sol-ni. : solanum nigrum
sol-no. : solanum nodiflorum
sol-o. : solanum oleraceum (solanum oleaceum)
sol-ps. : solanum pseudocapsicum
sol-so. : solanum sodomoeum
sol-t. : solanum tuberosum
sol-t-ae. : solanum tuberosum aegrotans
sol-v. : solanum villosum
sol-x. : solanum xanthocarpum
somatot. : somatotrophine (sth)
soph. : sophora japonica
sor-ac. : sorbicum acidum
sorb-a. : sorbus aucuparia
sorb-d. : sorbus domestica
sorbit. : sorbitolum
sorg-vg. : sorghum vulgare
sparg-r. : sparganium ramosum
spartin. : sparteinum

spartin-s. : sparteinum sulfuricum (spartini sulfas)


spart-j. : spartium junceum
spect. : spectrum
sper-a. : spergula arvensis
sperl-r. : spergularia rubra
spermc-n. : spermacoce natalensis
sphang-s. : sphagnum squarosum
sphing. : sphingurus martini (histrix prehensilis, histrix subspinosum, spiggurus martini)
spig. : spigelia anthelmia (spigelia anthelmintica)
spig-m. : spigelia marylandica
spil. : spilanthes oleracea
spin-o. : spinacia oleracea
spira. : spiranthes autumnalis
spira-ca. : spiranthes casei (case's ladies'-tresses)
spira-ce. : spiranthes cernua (nodding ladies'-tresses)
spirae. : spiraea ulmaria (filipendula ulmaria)
spirae-f. : spiraea filipendula
spir-aeth-c. : spiritus aetheris compositus
spira-la. : spiranthes lacera (northern slender ladies'-tresses)
spira-lu. : spiranthes lucida (shining Ladies'-tresses)
spiram. : spiramycine
spira-ro. : spiranthes romanzoffiana (hooded Ladies'-tresses)
spir-n-d. : = nit-s-d. = spiritus nitri dulcis (old abbr.)
spiron. : spironolacton
spiros-af. : spirostachys Africanus sond (spyrostachys Africanus, tambootie tree)
spir-q-g. : = querc-r-g-s. = spiritus quercus glandium
spir-sula. : spiritus sulphuratus
spirul. : spirulina
splen. : splenum
spong. : spongia tosta (euspongia officinalis, spongia officinalis)
sporg. : sporgon
sporob-r. : sporobolomyces roseus
sporob-s. : sporobolomyces salmonicolor
sporot. : sporothrix schenckii (sporotricum beurmanni)
squil. : squilla maritima (scilla maritima, urginea maritima)
squil-b. : squilla bifolia (scilla bifolia)
stach. : stachys betonica (betonica officinalis, betonica stachys, stachys officinalis)
stach-a. : stachys arvensis (field stachys)
stach-p. : stachys palustris (clown's woundwort, marsh stachys)
stach-s. : stachys sylvatica (hedge stachys, hedge woundwort)
stann. : stannum metallicum (diabolus metallorum)
stann-i. : stannum iodatum
stann-m. : stannum muriaticum
stann-o. : stannum oxydatum
stann-pchl. : stannum perchloratum
stann-pox. : stannum peroxydatum
stann-s. : stannum sulfuratum
staph. : staphisagria (delphinium staphysagria, staphysagria)
staphycoc. : staphylococcinum (staphylocinum, staphylococcinum nosode)
staphytox. : staphylotoxinum
stapl-g. : stapelia gigantea
star-bet. : star of bethlehem (Bach fl.)
steal : steal (stahl)
stear-ac. : stearicum acidum
stel. : stellaria media (alsine media)

ster-c. : sterigmatocystis candidum


stereo-co. : stereocaulon coralloides (stereocaulon corallinum)
stict. : sticta pulmonaria (lobaria pulmonaria)
stigm. : stigmata maydis (maize, zea mais)
stigm-p. : stigmata maydis putamen
stilboest. : stilboestrolum
still. : stillingia silvatica (sapium sylvaticum)
stram. : stramonium (datura stramonium)
strepta-g. : streptanthus glandulosus
strept-ent. : bacillus strepto-enterococcus
streptoc. : streptococcinum (streptococcus haemolyticus, streptococcus pyogenes, streptococcus
scarlatinae, streptococcus viridans)
streptom. : streptomycinum
streptom-s. : streptomycinum sulphatum
stront-ar. : strontium arsenicicum
stront-br. : strontium bromatum
stront-c. : strontium carbonicum
stront-gl. : strontium gluconicum
stront-i. : strontium iodatum
stront-lac. : strontium lacticum
stront-m. : strontium muriaticum
stront-met. : strontium metallicum
stront-n. : strontium nitricum
stront-o. : strontium oxydatum
stront-s. : strontium sulfuricum
stroph-gr. : strophantus gratus
stroph-h. : strophanthus hispidus (kombe seed)
strophin. : strophanthinum
stroph-s. : strophanthus sarmentosus
stroph-xyz. : strophanthus species unknown
stry. : strychninum purum
stry-af-cit. : strychninum citricum cum ammonioferri-citricum (strychnini et ferri citras)
stry-ar. : strychninum arsenicosum
strych-g. : strychnos gaultheriana (hoang-nan)
strych-h. : strychnos henningsii
strych-s. : strychnos spinosa
stry-n. : strychninum nitricum
stry-p. : strychninum phosphoricum
stryph. : stryphnodendron barbatimam
stry-s. : strychninum sulphuricum
stry-val. : strychninum valerianicum
stry-xyz. : strychinum unknown type
subt. : bacillus subtilis
succ. : succinum (ambra succinum, bernstein)
succ-ac. : succinicum acidum
succ-xyz. : succ. + succ-ac. + ol-suc.
sucr. : sucrose
suis-chord-umb. : suis (chorda umbilicalis) (funiculus umbilicalis suis)
suis-cu. : cutis suis
suis-em. : embryo suis
suis-hep. : hepar suis
suis-pan. : pancreas suis
suis-s. : sanguis suis
sul-ac. : sulphuricum acidum
sul-ac-ar. : sulphuricum acidum aromaticum (sulphuricum aromaticum acidum)

sulfa. : sulfanilamidum
sulfag. : sulfaguanidinum
sulfamrz. : sulfamerazine
sulfamtz. : sulfamethizol
sulfap. : sulfapyridinum
sulfatz. : sulfathiazolum
sulfon. : sulfonalum (diethylsulphone-dimethyl-methane., diethylsylfone-dimethyl-methane)
sulfonam. : sulfonamidum (M&B 693, sulphonomide)
sul-h. : sulphur hydrogenisatum
sul-i. : sulphur iodatum (iodide of sulphur)
sulo-ac. : sulphurosum acidum
sulph. : sulphur (sulfur, sulphur lotum, sulphur sublimatum)
sulph-tinct. : sulphur tinctura
sulph-trit. : sulphur trituratum
sulpi. : sulpiride
sul-s-l. : sulphur sublimatum lavum
sul-ter. : sulphur terebinthinatum
sumb. : sumbulus moschatus (euryangium sumbul, ferula moschata, ferula sumbul, sumbul ferula)
suprar. : suprarenalis (glandula suprarenalis, suprarenalis glandula)
sus-scr. : sus scrofa (wild boar, wild varken)
sutox. : sutoxol
sweet-ch. : sweet chestnut (Bach fl.)
syc. : bacillus Sycoccus (Paterson) (sycoccus (paterson), sycoccus bacillus (paterson), sycotic co.
(paterson), sycotic compound (paterson))
symph. : symphytum officinale
sym-r. : symphoricarpus racemosus (common snowberry, knackbeere, knallerbse, lacrima d'italia,
symphoricarpos albus, symphoricarpus rivularis, symphorine grappes, thin-leaved snowberry)
synad-g. : synadenium grantii
syph. : syphilinum (luesinum, lueticum)
syr. : syringa vulgaris
syzyg. : syzygium jambolanum (eugenia jambolana, syzygium cumini)

T
tab. : tabacum (nicotiana tabacum)
taber-i. : tabernanthe iboga
tabern-s. : tabernaemontana stapfiana
tal-m. : talauma mexicana (heartflower tree, magnolia yolotxochitl, nobel lord flower, yolotxochitl,
yoloxochitl)
talp-eu-p. : talpae Europeus pel (european mole, maulwurf)
tam. : tamus communis
tama. : tamarix germanica
tama-c. : tamarix cinariensis (tamarix gallica)
tamox. : tamoxifen
tamrnd. : tamarindus indica
tanac. : tanacetum vulgare (chrysanthemum vulgare)
tanac-b. : tanacetum balsamita
tanac-er. : tanacetum erectum
tang. : tanghinia venenifera
tann-ac. : tannicum acidum (tanninum)
tant-f. : tantalum fluoratum
tant-met. : tantalum metallicum
taosc. : Taosca aqua
taper. : taperiba
tarant-xyz. : tarantula alive or dead

tarax. : taraxacum officinale (taraxacum dens leonis)


tarent. : tarentula hispanica (lycosa fasciiventris, lycosa tarentula, Spanish tarantula, tarantula
hispanica)
tarent-c. : tarentula cubensis (Cuban tarentula, tarantula cubensis)
tart-ac. : tartaricum acidum (acidum tartaricum)
tartr. : tartrazine
tax. : taxus baccata (english yew tree)
tax-br. : taxus brevifolia (pacific yew tree)
techn. : technetium
tec-p. : tecoma pentaphylla (tecoma radicans)
tegen-ag. : tegenaria agrestis (aranea agrestis, hobo spider, tegenaria magnacava)
tegen-at. : tegenaria atrica
tegen-do. : tegenaria domestica
tegen-gi. : tegenaria gigantea
tegen-pa. : tegenaria pagana
tein. : Teinach aqua
tela : tela araneae (araneae tela, aranearum tela, tela aranearum)
tell. : tellurium metallicum
tell-ac. : telluricum acidum
temp. : tempestas
tep. : Teplitz aqua
teph-k. : tephrosia kraussiana
teph-v. : tephrosia vogelii
ter. : terebinthinae oleum (oleum terebinthinae)
terb-br. : terbium bromatum
terb-c. : terbium carbonicum
terb-f. : terbium fluoratum
terb-i. : terbium iodatum
terb-lac. : terbium lacticum
terb-m. : terbium muriaticum
terb-n. : terbium nitricum
terb-o. : terbium oxydatum
terb-ox. : terbium oxalicum
terb-p. : terbium phosphoricum
terb-s. : terbium sulphuricum
terb-sil. : terbium silicatum
terebe. : terebenum
tere-ch. : terebinthina chios
tere-la. : terebinthina laricina (resina laricis, terebenthine de Venise, Venice turpentine)
term-a. : terminalia arjuna
term-c. : terminalia chebula (myrobalanum chebula)
terp-h. : terpini hydras
terra : terra (earth, erde)
ter-xyz. : terebinthina unknown preparation
test. : testosterone base
test-act. : testosterone acetate
testis : testicles
test-pr. : testosterone propionate
tet. : tetradymitum (tetramite)
tetan. : tetanosinum
tetan-vc. : tetanus vaccinus (vaccinum tetani adsorbatum)
tetox. : tetanotoxinum (tetanus toxin)
tetrac. : tetracyclinum
tetrachl. : tetrachloroethylene
tetrac-m. : tetracyclinum muriaticum

tetrad-f. : tetradenia fructicosa


tetrad-r. : tetradenia riparia (iboza riparia)
teucr. : teucrium marum verum (marum verum)
teucr-b. : teucrium botrys
teucr-s. : teucrium scorodonia
teucr-sdm. : teucrium scordium
thal. : thallium met. + -act. (old abbr.)
thala. : thalamus
thal-act. : thallium aceticum
thal-ar. : thallium arsenicosum
thal-c. : thallium carbonicum
thal-f. : thallium fluoratum
thalic-r. : thalictrum rhynchocarpum
thal-m. : thallium muriaticum
thal-met. : thallium metallicum
thal-n. : thallium nitricum
thal-o. : thallium oxydatum
thal-s. : thallium sulphuricum
thal-xyz. : thallium unknown species
thap-g. : thapsia garganica
thaum-p. : thaumetopoea processionnea
thea : thea chinensis (camellia sinensis, thea sinensis)
thebin. : thebainum
thein. : theinum
theob. : theobrominum
theoph. : theophyllinum
ther. : theridion curassavicum (central American orange spider, latrodectus curassavicus)
thev. : thevetia nerifolia (cascabela thevetia, cerbera thevetia)
thiam. : thiaminum hydrochloridum (vitamin b1)
thioc-ac. : thiocticum acidum
thiop. : thioproperazinum (majeptilum)
thiosin. : thiosinaminum (allylsulfocarbamida, rhodallinum)
thlas. : thlaspi bursa pastoris (bursa pastoris, capsella bursa pastoris, capsella bursa-pastoris)
thom-h. : thomandersia hensii
thor-act. : thorium aceticum
thor-c. : thorium carbonicum
thor-f. : thorium fluoratum
thor-lac. : thorium lacticum
thor-m. : thorium muriaticum
thor-met. : thorium metallicum
thor-n. : thorium nitricum
thor-o. : thorium oxydatum
thor-ox. : thorium oxalicum
thor-p. : thorium phosphoricum
thor-s. : thorium sulphuricum
thor-sil. : thorium silicatum
thor-x-ray : thorium x-ray
thres-a. : threskiornis aethiopica (holy ibis)
thuj. : thuja occidentalis
thuj-g. : thuja gigantea
thuj-l. : thuja lobii
thul-br. : thulium bromatum
thul-c. : thulium carbonicum
thul-f. : thulium fluoratum
thul-i. : thulium iodatum

thul-lac. : thulium lacticum


thul-m. : thulium muriaticum
thul-n. : thulium nitricum
thul-o. : thulium oxydatum
thul-ox. : thulium oxalicum
thul-p. : thulium phosphoricum
thul-s. : thulium sulphuricum
thul-sil. : thulium silicatum
thyam. : thyamine (thymine)
thycho-d. : thychosanthes dioica
thym-gl. : thymi glandulae extractum (glandula thymus, thymoidinum, thymus, thymus gland)
thymi-ac. : thyminicum acidum
thymol. : thymolum
thymu. : thymus serpyllum
thymul. : thymuline
thymum. : thymum
thymu-vg. : thymus vulgaris
thyr. : thyreoidinum (glandula thyreoidea, thyroid, thyroidinum)
thyreotr. : thyreotropinum (T.S.H., thyreostimulinum)
thyroiod. : thyro-iodinum (iodothyrinum, thyroiodinum)
thyrox. : thyroxin
til. : tilia Europaea (tilia cordata, tilia silvestris)
til-al. : tilia alburnum
til-ar. : tilia argentea
til-p. : tilia platyphyllos
til-t. : tilia tomentosa
timol. : timolol
tinas. : tinospora cordifolia
tinea-xyz. : tinea unknown species (hautpilznosode, ringworm)
tip. : tipida aqua
titan. : titanium metallicum
titan-ac. : titanicum acidum
titan-cy. : titanium cyanatum
titan-m. : titanium muriaticum
titan-n. : titanium nitridum
titan-o. : titanium oxydatum (titanii dioxidum)
titan-s. : titanium sulfuricum
titan-xyz. : titan-g. + titan-n.
tocoph. : tocopherolum (alpha-tocopherolum, vitamin e)
tod-a. : toddalia aculeata
toen-s. : toenia saginata
tol. : toluidinum
toluen. : toluene
tong. : tongo odorata (baryosma tongo, dipterix odorata, tonca, tongo bhone)
tonsi. : tonsilinum (amygdalae, tonsillitis nosode, tonsils)
tor. : torula cerevisiae (cerevisiae fermentum, saccharomyces cerevisiae, saccharomyces ceru)
torm. : = pot-e. = tormentilla erecta (old abbr.)
toxi. : = ancis-p. = toxicophis pugnax (old abbr.) (moccasin snake)
toxo-g. : toxoplasma gondii (toxoplasmosis nosode, toxoplasms gondi)
tox-th. : = acok-op. = toxicophlaea thunbergii (old abbr.) (toxicophloea thunbergi)
trach. : trachinus draco (grande vive, greater weever, grote pieterman, trachino dragone, tracino
drago)
trachsp-j. : trachelospermum jasminoides
trach-v. : trachinus vipera (echiichthys vipera, kleine pieterman, lesser weever, petite vivi, tracina
vipera)

trach-xyz. : trach. + trach-v.


trad. : tradescantia diuretica
trag-p. : tragopogon pratensis
trem-g. : trema grisea
trem-or. : trema orientalis (trema guineensis)
triaetam. : triaethanolamine
triamc. : triamcinolon
triat. : triatoma (triatema)
trib. : tribulus terrestris (ikshugandha)
trich. : trichosanthes amara (trichosanthes dioica)
trich-an. : trichosanthes anguina (kammu-potla, kombu-pudalai, palwal, parver, potola, wild
snakegourd)
trichil-e. : trichilia emetica
trichin. : trichinoyl
trichlact-ac. : trichloroaceticum acidum
trichlae. : trichloraethylene
trichom. : trichomonas vaginalis
trichoph-d. : trichophyton depressum
trichoph-p. : trichophyton persearum (trichophyton persicolor)
trichoph-r. : trichophyton rubrum
trichoph-ung. : trichophytosis unguis nosode (nageltrichophytie nosode)
trichr. : trichuris trichurius
triclis-g. : triclisia gilletii
trif-al. : trifolium alpinum
trif-ar. : trifolium arvense
trif-d. : trifolium dubium
trif-e. : trifolium elegans
trif-p. : trifolium pratense
trif-r. : trifolium repens (Kriechender-klee, trefle blanc, trifolium album, white clover)
trig-f-g. : trigonella foenum graecum (foenum graecum, trigonella foenum-graecum)
tril-c. : trillium cernuum
tril-p. : trillium pendulum (trillium erectum)
trim. : trimeresurus wagleri
trimer-a. : trimeria alnifolia
trimeth. : trimethadione
trinit. : trinitrotoluenum
trion. : trional
trios. : triosteum perfoliatum
tritic. : triticum repens (agropyron repens, agropyrum repens, elymus repens, elytrigia repens)
tritic-g. : triticum germinatum
tritic-s. : triticum spelta (dinkel, dinkel wheat, farro, spelt, spelz)
tritic-vg. : triticum vulgare (triticum aestivum)
trito : trito
trium-r. : triumfetta rhomboidea
troll-as. : trollius asiaticus (Asiatic globe flower)
troll-eu. : trollius Europaeus (European globe flower, globe crowfoot, globe ranunculus, globe
trollius, Lucken-gowans)
troll-la. : trollius laxus (globe flower of the USA)
trom. : trombidium muscae domesticae (red acarus of the fly, thrombidium)
trop. : tropaeolum majus
trychs. : trychosanthes
trych-t. : trychophyton tonsurans
tryps. : trypsinum
trypt. : tryptophanum
tub. : tuberculinum bovinum Kent (tuberculini bovini derivatum)

tub-a. : tuberculinum avis (aviaire, tuberculini aviarii derivatum, tuberculinum aviaire)


tub-d. : tuberculinum Denys (denys)
tub-k. : tuberculinum Koch (tuberculinum pristinum)
tub-m. : tuberculinum Marmoreck
tub-r. : tuberculinum residuum Koch
tub-ro. : tuberculinum Rosenbach
tub-sp. : tuberculinum Spengler
tul. : tulipa
tung-met. : tungstenium metallicum
tur-f. : turraea floribunda
tur-o. : turraea obtusifolia
tus-fa. : tussilago farfara (farfara)
tus-fr. : tussilago fragrans (petasites fragrans)
tus-p. : tussilago petasites (petasites hybridus, petasites officinalis, petasites vulgaris)
tyl-i. : tylophora indica
typh. : typha latifolia
typho-vc. : typhoid vaccinus
tyram. : tyramine
tyran-rex. : tyrannosaurus rex
tyros. : L-tyrosinum (tyrosinum)
tyrothr. : tyrothricinum
tyrotox. : tyrotoxicon

U
ulc-cr. : ulcus cruris nosode
ulc-du. : ulcus duodeni nosode
ulc-ve. : ulcus venticuli nosode
ulm-c. : ulmus campestris
ulm-m. : ulmus montana (ulmus pyramidalis)
ulm-pra. : ulmus procera (elm)
ulm-r. : ulmus rubra (slippery elm, ulmus fulva)
ulm-xyz. : ulmus unknown species
ulx-eu. : ulex Europaeus (gorse)
umck. : umckaloabo
uncar-tom. : uncaria tomentosa (Cat's Claw)
undec-ac. : undecylenicum acidum
une-e. : unedo edulis
upa. : upas tieut (strychnos tieut)
upa-a. : upas antiaris (antiaris toxicaria)
ur-ac. : uricum acidum
uran-act. : uranium aceticum
uran-ar. : uranium arsenicicum
uran-c. : uranium carbonicum
uran-f. : uranium fluoratum
uraninit. : uraninitum
uran-lac. : uranium lacticum
uran-m. : uranium muriaticum
uran-met. : uranium metallicum
uran-n. : uranium nitricum
uran-o. : uranium oxydatum
uranoth. : uranothorium
uran-ox. : uranium oxalicum
uran-p. : uranium phosphoricum
uran-s. : uranium sulphuricum

uran-sil. : uranium silicatum


urea : urea pura
urea-n. : urea nitrica (carbamidum)
ureth. : urethane
urg-ind. : urginea indica
urin. : urinum (urine)
urin-d. : urinum diabeticum
urin-eq. : urina equina (horse's urine, pferdeurin)
urin-gr. : urinum gravidarum
urol-h. : urolophus halleri (round stingray, stingray 30)
urotrop. : urotropinum
ursin-t. : ursinia tenuiloba
urt-c. : urtica crenulata
urt-d. : urtica dioica
urt-g. : urtica gigas
urt-u. : urtica urens
urt-xyz. : urtica species unknown
usn. : usnea barbata
ust. : ustilago maydis (smut of maize)
uva : uva ursi (arbutus uva ursi, arctostaphylos uva ursi, arctostaphylos uva-ursi)
uvar. : uvaria triloba
uza. : uzara

V
v-a-b. : vaccin attnu bili (bacillus Calmette-Gurin, bcg, bcg-vaccine)
vac. : vaccininum (vaccinotoxinum)
vacc-m. : vaccinium myrtillus (myrtillus)
vacc-v. : vaccinium vitis idaea
vacuum : vacuum (vakuum)
valer. : valeriana officinalis (valerianae radix)
valer-ac. : valerianicum acidum
valerl-o. : valerianella olitoria
valin. : valinum
vanad. : vanadium metallicum
vanad-m. : vanadium muriaticum
vanad-o. : vanadium oxydatum
vanad-s. : vanadium sulphuricum
vanes-u. : vanessa urtica (kleiner fuchs (schmetterling), small tortoise shell butterfly)
vang-e. : vangueria emirnensis
vang-l. : vangueria lasiantha
vanil. : vanilla aromatica (planifolia, vanilla planifolia)
vanilin. : vanillinum
varic. : varicellinum (chicken pox nosode, varizellen nosode)
vario. : variolinum
vasel. : vaselin (vaseline)
vasop. : vasopressine
vauc-s. : vaucheria sessilis
ven-m. : venus mercenaria (hard shell clam, mercenaria mercenaria, palourde amricaine, quahog)
ven-s-e. : venus stella errans (venus planetes)
ventus : ventus
ver-ac. : vernix caseosa
verat. : veratrum album
verat-n. : veratrum nigrum
verat-v. : veratrum viride (helonias viridis)

verb. : verbascum thapsus (great mullein, kleinbltige knigskerze, kleinbltiges wollkraut)


verb-de. : verbascum densiflorum (dense-flowered mullein, grossbltige knigskerze, grossbltiges
wollkraut, large-flowered mullein, verbascum thapsiforme)
verbe-h. : verbena hastata
verbe-o. : verbena officinalis (vervain)
verbe-u. : verbena urticaefolia
verb-f. : verbascum floccosum
verb-n. : verbascum nigrum
verb-ol. : verbasci oleum (oleum mulleini, oleum verbasci)
verin. : veratrinum
vermic. : vermiculite
vern-a. : vernonia anthelmintica
vern-am. : vernonia amygdalina
vern-co. : vernonia corymbosa
vern-w. : vernonia wooddii
vero-ab. : veronica abyssinica
vero-b. : veronica beccabunga
vero-c. : veronica chamaedrys
vero-o. : veronica officinalis
vero-p. : veronica persica
vero-t. : veronica teucrium
verr. : verrucinum
verrug-a-c-f. : verrugosa acrochordon chocoe fel
verv. : vervain (Bach fl.)
vesi. : vesicaria communis
vesp. : vespa crabro
vespul-germ. : vespula germanica (german yellowjacket, paravespula germanica)
vespul-m. : vespula maculata (bald-faced hornet, dolichovespula maculata, white-face hornet)
vespul-mf. : vespula maculifrons (eastern yellowjacket, paravespula maculifrons)
vespul-sq. : vespula squamosa (paravespula squamosa, southern yellowjacket)
vespul-vg. : vespula vulgaris (common wasp, common yellowjacket)
vesp-xyz. : vespa crabro + vespul-m. +vespul-vg.
vib. : viburnum opulus
vibh. : vibhuti
vib-l. : viburnum lantana
vib-od. : viburnum oderatissinum (viburnum oderiferum)
vib-p. : viburnum prunifolium
vib-t. : viburnum tinus (laurustinus)
vichy-g. : Vichy aqua Grande Grille
vichy-h. : Vichy aqua Hpital
vinc. : vinca minor
vince. : vincetoxicum officinale (asclepias vincetoxicum, cynanchum)
vinc-ma. : vinca major
vinc-r. : vinca rosea (catharanthus roseus)
vine : vine (Bach fl.)
vineg. : vinegar
vinum : vinum
viola : viola (violet color)
viol-c. : viola canina
viol-o. : viola odorata
viol-s. : viola sudetica
viol-t. : viola tricolor (jacea)
vip. : vipera berus (pelias berus, vipera communis)
vip-a. : vipera aspis (vipera redi)
vip-a-c. : vipera acontica carinata (echis carinatus)

vip-d. : vipera daboia (daboia, daboia russellii, vipera russelli)


vip-l-f. : vipera lachesis fel
vip-r. : = vip-a. = vipera redi (old abbr.)
vip-ser. : immunoserum contra venena viperarum
vip-t. : vipera torva
virid. : viridum (green color)
virl. : virillium
visc. : viscum album
visc-ab. : viscum abietis
visc-ar. : viscum armeniacae
visc-cr. : viscum crataegi
visc-l. : viscum laxum (viscum pini)
visc-m. : viscum mali
visc-pi. : viscum piri
visc-po. : viscum populi
visc-pr. : viscum pruni
visc-q. : viscum quercinum
visc-r. : viscum robiniae
visc-s. : viscum salicis
visc-t. : viscum tiliae
vit. : vitex trifolia
vitamin-d : vit d2 and/or vit d3
vit-b-x. : vitamin b1+b2+b6+b12
vitis-v. : vitis vinifera (vine)
vitr-an. : vitrum antimonii
vitr-cor. : vitrum coroni
voac-af. : voacanga Africana
voes. : Voeslau aqua
voslau : Voslau aqua
vulpes-s. : vulpes (sanguis) (fox blood, fuchs blut)
vult-gr. : vultur gryphus (condor, cndor)

W
waln. : walnut (Bach fl.)
wede-n. : wedelia natalensis
weilb. : Weilbach aqua
white-ch. : white chestnut (Bach fl.)
wies. : Wiesbaden aqua
wildb. : Wildbad aqua
wildu. : Wildungen aqua
will. : willow (Bach fl.)
wist-fl. : wisteria floribunda (Japanese wisteria)
wist-s. : wisteria sinensis (Chinese wisteria)
wither. : witherite
with-s. : withania somnifera
w-oat : wild oat (Bach fl.)
w-rose : wild rose (Bach fl.)
w-viol. : water violet (Bach fl.)
wye. : wyethia helenoides (alarconia helenoides, wyethia)

X
xan. : xanthoxylum fraxineum (xanthoxylum Americanum, zanthoxylum fraxineum)
xan-al. : xanthoxylum alatum (zanthoxylum alatum, zieria minutiflora)

xanrhi. : xanthorrhiza apifolia


xanrhoe. : xanthorrhoea arborea
xanth. : xanthium spinosum
xanthin. : xanthinum
xanth-mc. : xanthium macrocarpum
xanth-st. : xanthium strumarium
xen. : xenon
xero. : xerophyllum asphodeloides (Turkey beard)
xime-c. : ximenia caffra
xiph. : xiphosura Americana
x-ray : x-ray
xyloc. : xylocaine
xylop-a. : xylopia aethiopica
xyma-m. : xymalos monospora

Y
yatr. : yatren
yell-vc. : yellow fever vaccinum
yers. : serum yersiniae (Yersin)
yohim. : yohimbinum (corynanthe yohimbe, johimbe, pausinystalia yohimba, yohimbehe)
yohim-m. : yohimbinum muriaticum
yttrb-br. : ytterbium bromatum
yttrb-c. : ytterbium carbonicum
yttrb-f. : ytterbium fluoratum
yttrb-i. : ytterbium iodatum
yttrb-lac. : ytterbium lacticum
yttrb-m. : ytterbium muriaticum
yttrb-n. : ytterbium nitricum
yttrb-o. : ytterbium oxydatum
yttrb-ox. : ytterbium oxalicum
yttrb-p. : ytterbium phosphoricum
yttrb-s. : ytterbium sulphuricum
yttrb-sil. : ytterbium silicatum
yttr-met. : yttrium metallicum
yttr-o. : yttrium oxydatum
yttr-ox. : yttrium oxalicum
yuc. : yucca filamentosa (yuca)

Z
zant. : zantedeschia aethiopica (arum lily, calla aethiopica, calla lily, nyckterinia capensis,
nycterinia capensis, richardia aethiopica, zaluzianskya capensis)
zanthox-c. : zanthoxylum capense
zea-i. : zea italica (zea putrefatto)
zinc. : zincum metallicum
zinc-act. : zincum aceticum (Rademacher's solution)
zinc-ar. : zincum arsenicosum
zinc-be. : zincum benzoicum
zinc-br. : zincum bromatum
zinc-c. : zincum carbonicum
zinc-chl. : zincum chloricum
zinc-chr. : zincum chromicum (zincum chromatum)
zinc-col. : zincum colloidale
zinc-cy. : zincum cyanatum

zinc-f. : zincum fluoratum


zinc-fcy. : zincum ferrocyanatum
zinc-form. : zincum formicum
zinc-gl. : zincum gluconicum
zinc-i. : zincum iodatum
zinc-m. : zincum muriaticum
zinc-n. : zincum nitricum
zinc-o. : zincum oxydatum (zinci oxidum)
zinc-ox. : zincum oxalicum
zinc-p. : zincum phosphoricum (old abbr.) (phosphide of zinc)
zinc-phat. : zincum phosphoratum
zinc-phic. : zincum phosphoricum
zinc-pic. : zincum picricum
zinc-pox. : zincum peroxydatum
zinc-p-xyz. : zinc-phat. + zinc-phic.
zinc-s. : zincum sulphuricum (zinci sulphas)
zinc-val. : zincum valerianicum (zincum isovalerianicum)
zing. : zingiber officinale (zingiber)
zirc-m. : zirconium muriaticum
zirc-met. : zirconium metallicum
zirc-n. : zirconium nitricum
zirc-o. : zirconium oxydatum
ziz. : zizia aurea (carum aureum, smyrnium aureum, thaspium aureum)
ziz-int. : zizia integerima
zizyp-j. : zizyphus jujuba
zizyp-m. : zizyphus mucronata

Catalogue of Authors
A
ACHE M. (aem): (1952-)
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AEGIDI (ag): French homeopathic physician. One of the founders of homeopathy in France.
AGRAWAL M. L. (aw7): Measles and small-pox
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AGRAWAL M. L. (aw9): Dreams and nightmares
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AGRAWAL M. L. (aw2): Homeopathy in accidents and injuries
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AGRAWAL M. L. (aw4): Diseases of hair and nails
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AGRAWAL Y. R. (awy): (1941-)
AGRAWAL Y. R. (awy1) Treatise on Bowel Nosode, ( 1981)
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AGRAWAL Y. R. (awy3) Homoeopathy in Accidents and Injuries., Delhi: Vija Publications (India) (

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Agricultural Research Service of the USDA (usda1): Common weeds of the United States.
AHMAD Shafiq (amd1): A short Repertory on Indian drugs
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ALLEN John H. (alj): American homeopathic physician (1854-1925)
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ALLEN Timothy F. (a3) Primer of Materia Medica, New Delhi: Jain Publishers ( 1892)
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ALLEN Timothy F. (a4) A general symptom register of homoeopathic materia medica - index to the
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ALLEN Timothy Field (a): (1837-1902)
ALLEN William A. (alw): (1842-)
ALLEN William A. (alw1) Repertory to Symptoms of Intermittent Fever, ( 1882)
ALTHER (atr): Swiss homeopathic physician from the time of Hahnemann (1800-1860)
ALTMANN Micha (am): Contemporary homeopath [Israel] (1950-)
AMBROS Julio J. (abj1.es) Semiologa Homeoptica Infanto Juvenil [2nd Ed.], Argentina: Ambros J. Yabes E. ( 1993)
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ANAND Sunil (ans): Contemporary homeopath [Bombay, India]
ANDREASSEN Alf (ada): (1953-)
ANGELL Henry C. (agh1) Treatise on diseases of the eye., Boston ( 1870)
anonymous author (aa4): Provings - Contemporary Provings

anonymous author (aa3): Natural History Information - animals


Anonymous author (aa5) The Poultry Doctor, ( 1990)
anonymous author (aa1): Indian Pharmacopea
anonymous author (aa2): Discussions - Materia Medica by Contempory Homeopaths
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ARAUJO Claudio (ar): Contemporary homeopathic physician [Rio de Janeiro, Brasil] (1952-)
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ARMSTRONG W. P. (asw1) A handbook of the Diseases of the Heart, Chicago ( 1882)
ARMSTRONG W. P. (asw): (1860-1940)
ARNDT H.R. (ath): (1845-)
ARNDT H.R. (ath1): First Lessons in the Symptomatology of Remedies
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ASSILEM M. (asm3): Luna and Sol
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ASSILEM M. (asm): (1942-)
ATMADJIAN Anas (ama) Contemporary homeopathic physician [Paris, France], Psycho-analyst,
psychiatrist and neurobiologist.
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AUSTIN Alonzo E. (at): (1868-1948)

B
BAAS Cees (bs): Contemporary homeopath [Netherlands] (1956-)
BACH Edward (bh): English Homeopathic physician. Originator of the Bowel Nosodes and Bach
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BAD BOLL (zzb) Homeopathische Kreis - Bad Boll, ( 1985)
BAEHR Bernhard (bhb): (1828-1884)
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BAILEY Philip M. (blp3): Constitutional Remedies
BAKSHI Jatinder P.S. (bsi1): Phoenix repertory
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BALDOTA Sudhir (bdt): Contemporary homeopath [Bombay, India] (1955-)
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BALLANCE Sue (blc): Contemporary homeopath [New Zealand] (1948-)
BALLANCE Sue (blc1) Proving of Salix alba. Linking trees project., Links, Vol 12: pg 172-173 ( 1999)
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BANERJEA Subrata Kumar (bnu8): Brain Tumor in Homeopathy
BANERJEA Subrata Kumar (bnu7): Miasmatic Diagnosis
BANERJEA Subrata Kumar (bnu6): Essential Guide to Materia Medica
BANERJEA Subrata Kumar (bnu9): Homeopathy Around the World
BANERJEA Subrata Kumar (bnu5): Essential Guide to Pharmacy
BANERJEA Subrata Kumar (bnu3) Materia Medica of a few Rare Nosodes, ( 1994)
BANERJEA Subrata Kumar (bnu4): Fifty homeopathic Indian Drugs
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BANERJEE N. K. (bnk2) Blood Pressure its etiology and treatment, New Dehli: Jain ( 1960)
BANERJEE N. K. (bnk): (1900-)
BANERJEE N. K. (bnk2.es): Tensin arterial.
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BANERJEE Prosad (bnj4): Coronary thrombosis
BANERJEE Prosad (bnj): (1945-)
BANERJEE Prosad (bnj2): Dysentery
BANERJEE Prosad (bnj1) Materia medica of Indian drugs, West Bengal ( 1992)
BANERJEE Prosad (bnj3): Sexual disease and its treatment
BANNAN Robert (ban1) A proving of Tilia cordata, Links, Vol 9: pg 104-106 ( 1996)
BANNAN Robert (ban2): Urtica urens
BANNAN Robert (ban): (1961-)
BAUELOS MARINO Rodrigo (blm1.es) Cuestionario Del Kent, New Delhi: Jain Publishers ( 1994)
BR Marc (brm): [Switzerland] (1955-)
BARANDIARAN Anselmo (brd): Contemporary homeopathic physician [Spain]

BARBANCEY J. (bb1.fr): Pratique homopathique en psycho-pathologie


BARBERA Maria Luisa (bbm1.it) Oltre il dissimile. Le basi storico-filosofiche dell'Omeopatia
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BARBIER Pierrer (bbp): (1916-2002)
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1998)
BARNI Stefano (bns): Contemporary homeopathic physician [Italy]
BARROS - ST-PASTEUR Jos (brx1.es) Homeopata Medicina del terreno., Caracas: Universidad
Central de Venezuela, Ediciones de la Biblioteca ( 1977)
BARTHEL Horst (bt1.de) Charakteristika Homopathischer Azneimittel, Berg a. Starnberger See: O
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BARTHEL Horst (bt): Contemporary homeopathic physician [Germany]. Creator of the "Synthetic
Repertory" [with Dr. Klunker] (1934-)
BARTHEL Horst (bt2) Synthetic Repertory: Psychic symptoms. Vol 1, New Delhi: Jain Publishers (
1991)
BARTHEL Horst (bt3) Synthetic Repertory: General symptoms. Vol 2, New Delhi: Jain Publishers (
1991)
BARTHEL Michael (btx1.de) Des kleine Buch der Arzneimittel-Beziehungen, ( 1985)
BARTHEL Michael, GEISSLER J. and QUAK T. (btx2): T. Cymbopogon citratus
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BARVALIA Praful M. (bvl1) A case of depression Travail of "The Outcast", Links, Vol 2: pg 30-31 (
1993)
BAUR Jacques (brj): Contemporary homeopathic physician [France] (1920-2003)
BAUR Jacques (brj2.fr): La matire mdicale homopathique
BAUR Jacques (brj1.fr): Avatars et aventures du remde
BAYR G. (byg1) Adlumia fungosa., A H Z. 221 (1976) 45-59 / A H Z. 224 (1979)
BECKER Jrgen (bcj13): Argentum nitricum
BECKER Jrgen (bcj4): Aloe socotrina
BECKER Jrgen (bcj6): Allium cepa
BECKER Jrgen (bcj8): Ambra Grisea
BECKER Jrgen (bcj7): Alumina
BECKER Jrgen (bcj5): Astacus fluviatilis
BECKER Jrgen (bcj9): Ammonium carbonicum
BECKER Jrgen (bcj10): Anacardium orientale
BECKER Jrgen (bcj27): Fluoricum acidum
BECKER Jrgen (bcj21): Carcinosin
BECKER Jrgen (bcj34): Lac caninum
BECKER Jrgen (bcj33): Kali phosphoricum
BECKER Jrgen (bcj32): Hypericum perforatum
BECKER Jrgen (bcj31): Hepar Sulphur
BECKER Jrgen (bcj11): Antimonium crudum
BECKER Jrgen (bcj36): Magnesium carbonicum
BECKER Jrgen (bcj28): Formica Rufa
BECKER Jrgen (bcj37): Magnesium muriaticum
BECKER Jrgen (bcj3) Platinum metallicum., Proc 35th LMHI Congr., Sussex UK pg 49-90 ( 1982)
BECKER Jrgen (bcj26): Ferrum metallicum
BECKER Jrgen (bcj2) Ferrum phosphoricum. A Group Dream proving of Ferrum-phosphoricum.,
Links, Vol 5: pg 17-19 ( 1992)
BECKER Jrgen (bcj25): Dulcamara
BECKER Jrgen (bcj24): Drosera
BECKER Jrgen (bcj23): Cuprum metallicum

BECKER Jrgen (bcj22): China officinalis


BECKER Jrgen (bcj29): Graphites
BECKER Jrgen (bcj45): Petroleum
BECKER Jrgen (bcj52): Zincum metallicum
BECKER Jrgen (bcj51): Veratrum album
BECKER Jrgen (bcj50): Tuberculinum Koch
BECKER Jrgen (bcj49): Succinum
BECKER Jrgen (bcj48): Stannum
BECKER Jrgen (bcj47): Plumbum
BECKER Jrgen (bcj35): Lilium tigrinum
BECKER Jrgen (bcj46): Phytolacca
BECKER Jrgen (bcj30): Helleborus niger
BECKER Jrgen (bcj44): Opium
BECKER Jrgen (bcj43): Nitricum acidum
BECKER Jrgen (bcj42): Niccolum
BECKER Jrgen (bcj41): Natrium carbonicum
BECKER Jrgen (bcj40): Muriaticum acidum
BECKER Jrgen (bcj39): Medorrhinum
BECKER Jrgen (bcj38): Mandragora officinarum
BECKER Jrgen (bcj1) Vipera, Links, Vol 4: nr. 2 pg 8 ( 1991)
BECKER Jrgen (bcj15): Baryta carbonica
BECKER Jrgen (bcj14): Asarum europaeum
BECKER Jrgen (bcj16): Berberis vulgaris
BECKER Jrgen (bcj19): Cannabis indica
BECKER Jrgen (bcj18): Calcarea phosphorica
BECKER Jrgen (bcj17): Calcarea fluorica
BECKER Jrgen (bcj20): Carbo vegetabilis
BECKER Jrgen (bcj): Contemporary homeopath [Germany] (1945-)
BECKER Jrgen (bcj12): Argentum metallicum
BECKER Jrgen and SANKARAN Rajan (bcj53): Naja tripudians
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BEDAYN Greg (bdg1) Corvus Corax, ( 1998)
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BEHNISCH Gotthard (bng): Contemporary homeopathic physician [Detmold, Germany]. Translator of
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BELL James Bachelder (bla): (1818-1914)
BELLOWS Howard Perry (bls): (1852-)
BENCE L. et Meraux M. (bca1.fr): La musique pour gurir
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BENSON A. REUEL (bsr1) Homeopathic Nursery Manual, ( 1993)
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BERJEAU Jean Philibert H. (bjj): (1809-1891)
BERNARD Henri (bnh): (1895-1980)
BERNARD Teresa M. (bat): (1946-)
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BERNASOCCHI Michele (bnc): Homeopathic doctor
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BERRIDGE Edward W. (bra): (1878-1929)
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BERRIDGE Edward W. (bra2) Repertory Corrections, International Hahnemannian Association ( 1919)
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BHANJA K. C. (bj): (1894-)
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BHATIA V.R. (btv1) Influenza and Its Homoeopathic Treatment, ( 1994)
BHATT Smruti (bts1) A case of Eczema, Links, Vol 3: pg 29 ( 1993)
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BHATTACHARYA Benoytosh (bty1): Tridosha and Homeopathy
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BIANCHI Ivo (bci): Contemporary homeopathic physician [Italia] (1948-)
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BINET (bnt): (1911-1985)
BINET (bnt2.fr): L'homopathie pratique
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BIRCH K. (bhk): (1954-)
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BLACKIE Margery G. (bc): English homeopathic physician. British Queen's physician. (1898-1981)
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BOENNINGHAUSEN (b2a.de): Additions to b2 collected by the son of Clemens von BOENNINGHAUSEN
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BOENNINGHAUSEN Clemens von (b4a.de): Additions to b4 collected by the son of Clemens von
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BOENNINGHAUSEN Clemens von (b): German homeopath (1785-1864). One of the main students of
Hahnemann. Received right to practice as a physician from King Wilhelm IV (1843).
BOENNINGHAUSEN Clemens von (b1) Characteristics of Materia Medica, Mnster: Coppenrath ( 1833)
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BOENNINGHAUSEN Clemens von (b5.de) bersicht der Haupt-Wirkungs-Sphre der Antipsorischen
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BOENNINGHAUSEN Clemens von (b9): Whooping Cough
BOENNINGHAUSEN Clemens von (b6.de) Die Krperseiten und Verwantschaften, Mnster ( 1853)
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BOENNINGHAUSEN Clemens von (b12.de) bersicht der Haupt-Wirkungs-Sphre der Antipsorischen
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BOENNINGHAUSEN Clemens von (b13.de) Die Homopathie: ein Lesebuch fr das gebildete,
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BOENNINGHAUSEN Clemens von (b2): Therapeutic Pocket Book
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BOENNINGHAUSEN Clemens von (b8) The Lesser Writings, ( 1908)
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BOERICKE Charles (brc): American homeopathic physician, son of William Boericke, brother of Garth
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BOERICKE Garth Wilkinson (brg): Homeopathic physician in Philadelphia [son of William Boericke],
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BOERICKE Oscar Eugene (bro) American homeopathic physician., ( 1873)
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BOERICKE William (br1.fr): Matire Mdicale Homopathique
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BOERICKE William (br4): Materia Medica - Relationships of remedies
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BOERICKE William (br1.pt): Materia Medica
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BOERICKE William (br1.nl): Materia Medica
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BOMHARDT Martin (bhm): (1960-)
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BONNET M. S. (bnm9) Octopus maculosa, Br Hom J, Vol 88: pg166-171 ( 1999)
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BONNET M. S. (bnm): Contemporary homeopath [England] (1944-)
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BONSCH Franz (bhf): Contemporary homeopathic physician [Germany] (1949-)
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BORLAND Douglas M. (bl): (1885-1960)
BORLAND Douglas M. (bl1.fr): Les Types d'Enfants
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BOUKO-LEVY (bkl1) Homeopathic and Drainage Repertory, ( 1992)
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BOVINA Giuseppina (bv): Contemporary homeopathic physician [Italy]
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BOYD Wm. Ernest (bd): (1891-1955)
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BRADFORD Thomas Lindsley (bft): (1847-1918)
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BREYFOGLE William LaMartine (bfw): (1845-1915)
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BRIGGS Derek (bsa3): Ruapehu lava
BRIGGS Derek (bsa2): Coriaria Ruscifolia = tutu
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BURNETT James Compton (bn): (1840-1901)
BURRETT C. A. (brb): (1890-)
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CARRARA Hugo (crh): Contemporary homeopathic physician [Italy]
CARTIER Franois (ctb5.fr) Trait complet de thrapeutique homoeopathique. Vol 5, Paris: Baillire
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CARTIER Franois (ctb4.fr) Trait complet de thrapeutique homoeopathique. Vol 4, Paris: Baillire
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CARTIER Franois (ctb3.fr) Trait complet de thrapeutique homoeopathique. Vol 3, Paris: Baillire
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CARTIER Franois (ctb5.es) Tradado de Terapeutica. Translated by Everardo Cruz, New Delhi: Jain
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CARTIER Franois (ctb1.fr) Trait complet de thrapeutique homoeopathique. Vol 1, Paris: Baillire
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CARTIER Franois (ctb): (1864-1928)
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CARTIER Franois (ctb6.fr) Trait complet de thrapeutique homoeopathique. Vol 6, Paris: Baillire
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CASE Erastus Ely (cea2) Magnetis polus australis, International Hahnemannian Association
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CASE Erastus Ely (cea): (1847-1918)
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CASTAEDA Luis Zepeda (cdl3.es) La Homeopatia, Mxico: Edamex ( 1990)
CASTELLINI Maurizio (cti): Contemporary homeopathic physician [Italy]
CASTRO Miranda (csm): (1949-)
CASTRO Miranda (csm1): Borax veneta
CENERELLI Carlo (cn): Contemporary homeopathic physician [Italy]
CENTRAL COUNCIL FOR RESEARCH IN HOMEOPATHY (zzc1) Provings, ( 1995)
Central Council for research in Homoeopathy, New Delhi (ccrh1) A proving of Cassia Sophera, (
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Centre Ligeois d'Homopathie (zzl) Additions verified by Marc Brunson et al., ( 1995)
CERAMI Fiorella Maria (crf): Contemporary homeopathic physician [Italy]
CHAKRABORTY A. (cry1): Hom. Drug personalities with therapeutic hints
CHAKRAVARTY B.N. (cky1) A short proving of S.E.Ray [Solar eclipse], 35th Liga Medica Hom. Int.
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CHAKRAVARTY B.N. (cky): (1937-)
CHAMBREAU Christina (cbc): (1950-)
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CHAND Diwan Harish (cdd5) Short biography of Dr. D.H. Chand., New Colony ( 1962)
CHAND Diwan Harish (cdd): Contemporary homeopathic physician [India]. Vice President for India at
the LIGA. (1934-)
CHAND Diwan Harish (cdd3) A Fantasy in materia medica [reprint], New Delhi: National
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CHAND Diwan Harish (cdd7) A proving of cassia sophera, 1986, 35th Liga Medica Hom. Int. congress,
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CHAND Diwan Harish (cdd8) Microdoses, Megaresults. Clincial Cases, New Delhi: National
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CHAND Diwan Harish (cdd1) Peptic Ulcer [reprint], New Delhi: National Homoeopathic Pharmacy (
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CHAND Diwan Harish (cdd2) Follow up of the case [reprint], New Delhi: National Homoeopathic
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CHAND Diwan Harish and SCHMIDT P. (cdd6) Kent's final General Repertory of the homeopatic
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CHAND Diwan Vijay (cdv): Contemporary homeopathic physician [India]
CHARETTE Gilbert (cr1.fr) Prcis d'homopathie: la matire mdicale pratique, Paris: Editions
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CHARETTE Gilbert (cr): ((1878-1953)
CHARGE A. (ce1.fr) Traitement homopathique des organes de la respiration, Paris: L.H.F.
CHASE (cec1) Proving of Myricin, Trans. Mass Hom. Med. Soc. 1861-1866 ( 1861)
CHASE Sandra M. (ces1) Bufo: The Toad - its Materia Medica, Links, Vol 3: pg 20-24 ( 1993)
CHASE Sandra M. (ces): Contemporary homeopath [Fairfax, USA]
CHATTERJEE Ardhendu Sekhar (cte2) A Study over Thyroidinum, Homeopathic practioners
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CHATTERJEE Ardhendu Sekhar (cte1) Glycyrrhiza glabra Linn, ( 1997)
CHATTERJEE Ardhendu Sekhar (cte): (1958-)
CHATTERJEE Sujit (cts): Contemporary homeopath [Bombay, India]

CHATTERJEE Sujit (cts1) A case of Behavioural Problems, Links, Vol 2: pg 27-28 ( 1993)
CHATTERJEE T. P. (ctj5): Fundamentals of Homeopathy and Valuable hints for Practice
CHATTERJEE T. P. (ctj): (1947-)
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CHATTERJEE T. P. (ctj6) Hints on Homeopathic Practice and Children's Diseases, ( 1994)
CHATTERJEE T. P. (ctj4) My Random Notes on some Homeopathic Remedies Reprint, New Delhi: Jain
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CHATTERJEE T. P. (ctj1) My memorable cures, ( 1987)
CHATTERJI A.N. (cji1) Three in One, ( 1990)
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CHETNA N. SHUKLA (cns2): The Soul of the spirit in the substances - The hom. Proving of the
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CHETNA N. SHUKLA (cns1.de) Diabetes mellitus : ein Fal von Lac asinum, H Zt, Nr 1: pg 33-36 (
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CHETNA N. SHUKLA (cns): (1968-)
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CHHABRA Divya (cbd2): Lac felinum
CHHABRA Divya (cbd1): Magnesia sulphate
CHHABRA Divya (cbd3): Lac defloratum
CHIANESE Francesco (cna): Contemporary homeopathic physician [Italy]
CHIMTHANAWALA Kasim (ctk1) An unusual case of Amenorrhoea, Links, Vol 2: pg 14 ( 1993)
CHIMTHANAWALA Kasim (ctk): Contemporary homeopath [Nagpur, India]
CHIPKIN Peggy (ckp): Contemporary homeopath [Albany, USA]
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CHITKARA H. L. (ckh): Contemporary homeopathic physician [New Dehli, India] (1937-)
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CHOUDHURI N. M. (cda): (1858-)
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CHOUDHURY A.W.K. (cdx2) Natrum muriaticum, Homoeopathic Recorder, Vol 15, nr 2 ( 1900)
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CHOUDHURY Harimohon (cdh2) 50 Millesimal Potency in Theory and Practice, ( 1990)

CHOUDHURY Harimohon (cdh): (1940-)


CHRISTO Marcus (ctf1): Proving of MDMA by by the Travelling Homeopaths Collective.
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CLARK George Hardy (ck): (1860-)
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CLARKE A. Gladstone (cka): (1885-)
CLARKE A. Gladstone (cka1) Decachords, ( 1925)
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CLARKE John H. (c15) Antimonium natrum lacticum, Hom Rec ( 1929)
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CLARKE John H. (c5) Catarrh, colds and influenzas., ( 1899)
CLARKE John H. (c3) Whooping cough cured with coqueluchin, New Delhi: Jain Publishers ( 1908)
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CLARKE John H. (c1.pt): Materia Medica
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CLARKE John H. (c9) Indigestion - its causes and cure, ( 1928)
CLARKE John Henry (c): English homeopathic physician. Published many interesting books.
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CLARKE Savitri (cks): Contemporary homeopath [Cambridge, USA]
CLARKE Savitri (cks1) Aversion to Nursing in an Infant, N Eng. J H, Vol 1 nr 1: pg 7 ( 1992)
CLAUSER Pierluigi (csp): Contemporary homeopathic physician [Italy]
CLAY J.V.F. (cyj1): Diseases of the Nose and throat
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CLOSE Stuart M. (cls): (1860-1929)
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COLLINS Deborah (cld): Contemporary homeopath (1953-)
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COLLYER Clayton (ctl): Contemporary homeopath [England] (1963-)
COLLYER Clayton and DAVIS Jackie (ctl1) The homeopathic proving of Lavender, ( 1997)
CONANT C. M. (cnc1) An obstetric Mentor, New Delhi: Jain Publishers
COOPER Dorothy (cpd): (1915-)
COOPER Linda (cpl): Contemporary homeopath [Ohio, USA]
COOPER Linda (cpl1) Cases of Bronchopulmonary dysplasea, Links, Vol 2: pg 23 ( 1995)
COOPER Robert T. (cpb1) Cancer and cancer symptoms, ( 1900)
COOPER Robert T. (cpb): (1844-1903)
COOPER Robert T. (cpb2) Cocaine, Hom Rec, Vol XIV nr. 2: pg 68 ( 1899)
COPPE Yves (cpy): Contemporary homeopathic physician [Belgium] (1953-)
COPPE Yves (cpy1.fr) La grossesse, Gent: Homeoden Book Service ( 1991)
CORRADO Giovanni Bruno (crb): Contemporary homeopathic physician [Brasil]
CORTENS Mark (ctm): Contemporary homeopathic physician [Belgium] (1951-)
COULTER Catherine (ctc3) Portrait of indifference., Berkeley: North Atlantic Books ( 1989)
COULTER Catherine (ctc): Contemporary homeopath [USA] (1934-)
COULTER Catherine (ctc5) Syphillinum & carcinosin: psychological analysis., Indian J Homoeopath
Med, 1989, Apr-Jun; 24(2):140-1,
COULTER Catherine (ctc2) Portraits of Homeopathic Medecine, Vol 2, Berkeley: North Atlantic Books
1986-1988 ( 1988)
COULTER Catherine (ctc1) Portraits of Homeopathic Medecine, Vol 1, Berkeley: North Atlantic Books
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COULTER Catherine (ctc4): Thuja occidentalis
COULTER Harris L. (cth3): Aids & Syphilis - The Hidden Links [2nd Ed.]
COULTER Harris L. (cth2) Divided legacy: The conflict between homeopathy and the American
medical association., Richmond: North Atlantic Books ( 1973)
COULTER Harris L. (cth1) Homoeopathic Science and Modern Medicine. The Physics of Healing with
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COWPERTHWAITE Allen Corson (cp1) Textbook of Materia Medica and Therapeutics, Chicago ( 1885)
COWPERTHWAITE Allen Corson (cp2): Disorders of menstruation
COWPERTHWAITE Allen Corson (cp): (1848-1926)
COWPERTHWAITE Allen Corson (cp3) Textbook of Gynecology, New Dehli: Jain Publ. ( 1888)
CREMONINI Cesar (cmc): Contemporary homeopathic physician [Argentina]
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CRESPO DUBERTY Mario (cpm2.es) La Homeopata Unicista, Buenos Aire: EDA ( 2000)
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CREVELD Marijke (cvm): Contemporary homeopath [Netherlands] (1949-)
CREVELD Marijke (cvm1) Diospyros kaki., Zwolle (Netherlands): private ( 2004)
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CROCKER Pamela (ccp): Contemporary homeopath [Concord, USA]
CROTHERS Dean (ctd): Contemporary homeopathic physician [USA] (1948-)
CROUZET Anne-Marie (cza1.fr): Ginkgo Biloba: L'arbre qui fait Mmoire
CROUZET Anne-Marie (cza2.fr) Lac Leoninum, ( 2002)
CROUZET Anne-Marie (cza): (1946-)
CURIE Paul Francis (crp): (1799-1853)
CURIE Paul Francis (crp1) Practice of Homoeopathy, ( 1938)
CURRIM Ahmed N. (crm): Contemporary homeopathic physician [Norwalk, USA]. Collected the work
of Grimmer and the lost, last Repertory of Kent. (1940-)
CUSHING A. M. (cs1): Leucorrhea, Its Concomitant Symptoms

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DABBAH Flora (dbf): Argentinian homeopathic physician
DACK Laurie (dkl1) Professional Case Conference 1993, ( 1993)
DACK Laurie (dkl): (1953-)
DAHLKE Paul (dkp1): Repertorium
DAM Kees (dmk): (1953-)
DAM Kees (dmk1) Dreams and homoeopathy, Links, Vol 12: pg 10-13 ( 1999)
DAM Kees (dmk2.de) Die Furcht, berrascht zu werden. Lac caprinum (Ziegenmilch), H Zt, Vol 1: pg
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DANGELA Gunther (dgb): Contemporary homeopathic physician for internal medicine [Villingen,
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DAPTARDAR B. G. (dtd1) A case of Asthma, Links, Vol 3: pg 21 ( 1994)
DAPTARDAR B. G. (dtd): Contemporary homeopath [Bombay, India]
DARMON P. (dmp1.fr): Dictionnaire des Thmes de la Matire Mdicale
DAS Bishamber (das): (1945-)
DAS Bishamber (das1) Select your remedy, revised and enlarged., New Delhi ( 1988)
DAS E. Radha (dar1) Synopsis of Homeopathic Aetiology., New Delhi: Jain Publishers (2nd Ed.) (
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DAS N.C. (dan1) Thunderstorm repertory, ( 1950)
DAVIDSON Stephen Myles (dvs): Contemporary homeopath [Phoenix, USA]
DAVITS Maria (dvm): Contemporary homeopathic physician [Netherlands]
DAWS Jean (dsa): (1938-)
DAWS Jean and SCRIVEN Daphne (dsa1) The making of the Proving of Sol Brittanic, Turnbridge Wells:
Helios ( 1994)
DAY Christopher (dyc): (1947-)
DAY Christopher (dyc1) The homeopathic treatment of small animals, principles and practice, New
Delhi: Jain Publishers (India) ( 1988)
DAY Christopher (dyc2): The Homoeopathic Treatment of Beef and Dairy Cattle
DE BAETS Piet (dbp): Contemporary homeopathic physician [Eeklo, Belgium]. Founder of H.R.I.C.
[Homeopathic Research and Information Centre] (1953-)
DE CASTRO Benedict J. (dcb1.es) Logica de Repertorios, New Delhi: Jain Publishers
DE MEDIO Horacio (dmh): Contemporary homeopath [Argentina, Buenos Aires]
DE MEDIO Horacio (dmh1.es) Introduccin a la homeopata veterinaria, ( 1995)
DE MEDIO Horacio (dmh1) Introduction to the veterinary homeopathy, ( 1995)
DE SCHEPPER Luc (dsl1) Hahnemann Revisited - A textbook of Classical Homeopathy - For the
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DEACON Louise and RIBOT-SMITH Alan (dcm1) Spagyrical Proving of Bellis Perennis, ( 1996)
DEARBORN Frederick M. (dbm1.es) Enfermedades de la Piel. Translated by Javier Vicite Medrano,
New Delhi: Jain Publishers
DEARBORN Frederick Myers (dbb): (1876-1960)
DEBATS Fernand J. M. (dba): Contemporary homeopathic physician [Netherlands]
DECKERS Arnold (dc): Contemporary homeopathic physician [Netherlands]
DEGKWITZ Kari, CHETNA N. Shukla, KITTLER Monika und MULLER Karl-Josef (dkk1.de) Rosa: Zwei
Prfungen und Kasuistik, Zweibrcken:Verlag Karl-Josef Mller ( 2002)
Degroote (xyz60) test, ( 2003)
DEGROOTE Filip (dgt): Contemporary homeopathic physician [Brugge, Belgium] (1952-)
DEGROOTE Filip (dgt3) Carcinosinum Essay, Articles, ( 1986)
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DEMARQUE D. (dmd): (1915-1999)
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DETINIS Luis (dtn): Contemporary homeopath [Buenos Aires, Argentina] (1954-)
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DIEFFENBACH Wm. Hermann (db): (1865-)
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DIGBY B. (dyb): (1950-)
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DUNHAM Carroll (dh3): Lectures of Kent
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FABBROCINI Vincenzo (fbv): Contemporary homeopathic physician [Italy] (1945-)
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FINCKE Bernhardt (fck): (1821-1906)
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FRENDO Ramon (fdo5.fr): Thmes et Etude de la Matire Mdicale
FRENDO Ramon (fdo4.fr): Observations et cas Cliniques
FRENDO Ramon (fdo3.fr): Luna : Etude et Thmes
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FRIEDRICH Peter und Edeltraud (fd5.de) Charaktere Homopathischer Arzneimittel Teil V, ( 2004)
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FRIEDRICH Peter und Edeltraud (fd3.de) Charaktere Homopathischer Arzneimittel Teil III,
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FRISCHKNECHT Pablo (fk): Contemporary homeopathic physician [Switzerland]
FRISHMUTH J. (fmh1): Diseases of Childhood with Therapeutic Indications
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FUCKERT Manfred (fkm): (1958-)
FUCKERT Manfred (fkm1) An involuntary proving of Capsicum, Links, Vol 12: pg 30-32 ( 1999)

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GALLAVARDIN Jean-Pierre (gl1.fr) Psychisme et Homopathie, Vienne/Isre: Ternet-Martin ( 1896)


GALLAVARDIN Jean-Pierre (gl5): The homeopathic treatment of Alcoholism
GALLAVARDIN Jean-Pierre (gl5.es) Alcoholismo y su tratamiento homeoptico. Translated by Don
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GALLAVARDIN Jean-Pierre (gl): French homeopathic psychiatrist (1825-1898)
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GALLAVARDIN Jean-Pierre (gl4): Plastic Medicine Homeopathic treatment
GALLAVARDIN Jean-Pierre (gl3.fr): Rpertoire de Mdecine Psychique. Matire Mdicale indite de
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GALLAVARDIN Jean-Pierre (gl4.fr): Mdcine Plastique. Observations et rpertoire d'indications de
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GAMARRA Salvador Javier (gmj1) Colibacillinum, ( 2000)
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GAWLIK Walter (gww1): Der kurze Weg zum homopathischen Arzneimittel
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GEBHARDT K.H. (ght1) Cajuputum, A H Z, Jan-Feb. 234 (1) :3-9 ( 1989)
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GEUKENS Alfons (gk2) Homeopathic Practice - Part 2, Hechtel (Belgium): Centrum voor
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GEUKENS Alfons (gk9) Homeopathic Practice - Part 8, Hechtel (Belgium): Centrum voor
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GEUKENS Alfons (gk9.de) Homopathische Praxis - Vol. 8, Hechtel (Belgium): Centrum voor
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GHEGAS Vassilis (gg3) Classical Homeopathic Lectures Vol. C, Genk (Belgium): Homeo-Study ( 1993)
GHEGAS Vassilis (gg4) Classical Homeopathic Lectures Vol. D, Genk (Belgium): Homeo-Study ( 1993)
GHEGAS Vassilis (gg6) Classical Homeopathic Lectures Vol. F, Genk (Belgium): Homeo-Study ( 1993)
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GHEGAS Vassilis (gg9) Classical Homeopathic Lectures Vol. I, Genk (Belgium): Homeo-Study
GHOSE S. (gsb): (1874-)
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GILCHRIST J. G. (gcj): (1879-)

GILLINGHAM H. P. (glh): (1956-)


GIRTEN (gtb): Contemporary German homeopath
GLADWIN Frederika E. (gw2) The Repertory Idea, Hom Rec ( 1925)
GLADWIN Frederika E. (gw): Student of Kent (1856-1931)
GLADWIN Frederika E. (gw1) The people of the materia medica world, Philadelphia ( 1921)
GLADWIN Frederika E. (gw4) A Study and Revision of Kent's Repertory, Hom Rec, Vol XLI 12 ( 1926)
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GLCK Walter (gkw1.de) Mantis religiosa: Arzneimittelselbsterfahrung, Deutsches Journal fr
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GOETZE O. (gtz1) Berberis vulgaris, Simillia Simillibus Curentur, Vol 1 ( 1988)
GONZALES PEIRONA Enrique (gz): Contemporary homeopathic physician,[Spain] Pres. Spanish
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GONZALES PEIRONA Enrique (gz1): Myrobalanum chebula [Terminalia chebula]
GONZALES PEIRONA Enrique (gz1.es): Myrobalanum chebula [Terminalia chebula]
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GRAMM Theodore J. (gmt1) Repertory of the Urinary Symptoms, ( 1888)
GRANDGEORGE Didier (ggd1.es): El Remedio Homeoptico
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GRANDGEORGE Didier (ggd1.fr) L'esprit du Remde Homopathique, Villenueve-Loubet: EdiComm (
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GRANDGEORGE Didier (ggd1) The Spirit of Homeopathic Medicines: Essential Insights to 300
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GRANDGEORGE Didier (ggd1.it): Lo spirito del rimedio
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GRAUVOGL, Eduard von (gvl): (1811-1877)
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GRAY Alastair (gya2) A Homoeopathic Proving of Chironex Fleckeri - Box Jellyfish, ( 2001)
GRAY Alastair (gya1) A Homoeopathic proving of Ficus Macrophylla, ( 2001)
GRAY Alastair (gya3) A Homeopathic Proving of Lampona Cylindrata (White Tailed Spider), Sydney:
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GRAY Alastair and PEDERSEN Carol (gya4) A Homoeopathic Proving of Melaleuca Alternifolia (Tea
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GRAY Bill (gy4): Clinical cases.
GRAY Bill (gy2) Seminar [Part 1] - Burgh Haamstede [Netherlands] May 1988, Amsterdam: Ilse Bos,
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GRAY Bill (gy): Contemporary homeopathic physician [San Francisco, USA]. Founder hom. school of
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GRAY Bill and SHORE Jonathan (gy3) Seminar Burgh Haamstede [Netherlands] April 1989,
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GREEN Julia Minerva (gnj2): Repertory making, repertory uses.
GREEN Julia Minerva (gnj1): A method of remedy study: zinc.
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GREGOIRE Jean-Claude (ggj): Contemporary homeopathic physician [Brussel, Belgium]. President of
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GREGORY Peter (ggp): (1950-)

GREIFF Walter (gfw): Veterinary


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GRIESSELICH L. (gsl): (1804-1848)
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GRIFFIN Tricia (gft1) Iridium Proving, ( 1997)
GRIFFIN Tricia (gft): Contemporary homeopath [England]. Teacher at the Sheffield School of
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GRIGGS W. B. (gsc): American homeopathic pediatrician (-1970)
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GRIMMER Arthur H. (gm4) Cadmium salts, H Rec, Vol XLV nr. 9: pg 625 ( 1930)
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GRIMMER Arthur H. (gm5) Applications of Remedies to Cancer Cases, H Rec, Vol XLV nr. 11: pg 789 (
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GRIMMER Arthur H. (gm6) Cancer cures and specifics, H Rec, Vol XLVI nr. 12: pg 357 ( 1951)
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GUERNSEY Henry Newell (gsy): (1817-1885)
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GUERNSEY William Jefferson (gsw): (1854-1935)
GUERNSEY William Jefferson (gsw4) Repertory of Menstuation, ( 1879)
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GUESS George (gsg1): Confirmatory questions
GUESS George (gsg2) Two cases of Alcoholism, Links, Vol 3: pg 21 ( 1991)
GUILD OF HOMOEOPATHS (yyg1): Meditation Provings from Promethius
GUILD OF HOMOEOPATHS (yyg2): Meditative repertory
GUILD-LEGGET S.L. (gds1) Ferrum sulphuricum, Medical Advance, Vol 46 ( 1908)
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GUNAVANTE S. M. (gvt1) A case Psychological Disturbed Youth, Links, Vol 1: pg 36-37 ( 1995)
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GUPTA A. C. (gtc1): Materia medica of Bowel nosodes
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GUTGE-WICKERT Angelika (gga): (1949-)
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GUTMAN William (gma): (1899-)
GUTMAN William (gma2) Cadmium Metallicum, New York ( 1951)
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GYPSER Klaus-Henning (gsk): Contemporary homeopathic physician [Germany]. Editor of several
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GYPSER Klaus-Henning (gsk8) Argentum Nitricum, Z Class Homop Arzn Nov-Dec. ( 1989)
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HAEHL Richard (hhl): (1873-1923)
HAHNEMANN Samuel (h7.de) Krankenjournal D2 [1801-02], Heidelberg: Haug ( 1801)
HAHNEMANN Samuel (h1.pt): Materia Medica Pura
HAHNEMANN Samuel (h2.pt): Doenas Crnicas
HAHNEMANN Samuel (h3.it): Organon
HAHNEMANN Samuel (h10.de) Fragmenta de viribus medicamentorum. Die erste Materia medica
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HAHNEMANN Samuel (h7.pt): Dirio de Pacientes
HAHNEMANN Samuel (h3.es): El Organon de la medicina
HAHNEMANN Samuel (h2a.es) Doctrina y tratamiento homeoptico de la enfermedades crnicas.
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HAHNEMANN Samuel (h8): Effects of Coffee
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HAHNEMANN Samuel (h1.fr): Trait de Matire Mdicale
HAHNEMANN Samuel (h5): Ninety homeopathic remedies
HAHNEMANN Samuel (h2.es): Tratado De Enfermedades Cronicas
HAHNEMANN Samuel (h4.es): Escritos Menores Hahnemann
HAHNEMANN Samuel (h1.es): Materia Mdica Pura
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Micro-immunothrapie Dynamise, Paris: Librairie Le Franois ( 1977)
JULIAN Othon Andr (jl1.fr) Dictionnaire de Matire Mdicale de 130 Nouveaux
Homothrapeutiques, Paris: Masson ( 1981)
JULIAN Othon Andr (jl): Contemporary homeopathic physician [France] (1910-1984)
JULIAN Othon Andr (jl6) Pathogenesis of Nepenthes, Br H J, Vol 53: pg 259-266 ( 1964)
JULIAN Othon Andr (jl7) Pathogenesis of Platinum 1980. A vortico-visceral pharmacodynamic

proving,, Br H J(1983) Vol 72: pg 31-50 ( 1980)


JULIAN Othon Andr (jl4) Treatise on dynamised micro immunotherapy, New Delhi: Jain Publishers (
1992)
JULIAN Othon Andr (jl8) bcg, Hahnemannian Gleanings 1981 48 ;48(2) ( 1981)
JULIAN Othon Andr (jl5) Intestinal nosodes of Bach-Paterson [1st Indian Ed.], New Delhi: Jain
Publishers ( 1981)
JULIAN Othon Andr (jl3) Materia Medica of New Homoeopathic Remedies, ( 1979)
JULIAN Othon Andr (jl1) Materia Medica of new Homeopathic remedies, ( 1979)
JULIAN Othon Andr (jl2) Materia Medica of Nosodes with Repertory, ( 1983)

K
KAFKA Jacob (kka1.de) Die Homeopatische Therapie auf Grundlange der Physiologischen Schule,
Sondershausen, Gotha: Eupel ( 1865)
KAFKA Jacob (kka): (1809-1893)
KAMAT Gautam (kmg1) Two cases of Skin Allergy, Links, Vol 1: pg 29-31 ( 1995)
KAMAT Gautam (kmg): Contemporary homeopath [Bombay, India] (1950-)
KAMINSKI P. and Katz R. (kmp1): Flower Essence Repertory - Maleisian herbs
KAMPIK G. (kpg1) Myrtillocactus geometrizans - Neue Behandlungsmglichkeiten bei pekanginsen
beschwerden., A H Z. g. 218; 249-52 ( 1973)
KAMTHAN P. S. (ktp): (1934-)
KAMTHAN P. S. (ktp1) CANCER - Curable under Homoeopathic Treatment (reprint), New Delhi: Jain
Publishers ( 1982)
KAMTHAN P. S. (ktp6) Remedies for Skin and Bone Diseases, ( 1977)
KAMTHAN P. S. (ktp3) How homeopathy cures Mania, Melancholia and madness, ( 1974)
KAMTHAN P. S. (ktp4) How to cure: headache, facial neuralgia, glaucoma, tootache, ( 1979)
KAMTHAN P. S. (ktp5) Remedies for Pain & Warts, ( 1977)
KAMTHAN P. S. (ktp2) Homeopathic therapy in Gout, Arthritis and Rheumatism with concomitants, (
1974)
KAMTHAN P. S. (ktp7) Specific Remedies for Respiratory, Cardiac and Urinary diseases, ( 1978)
KAMTHAN P. S. (ktp9) The Haemorrhage Controller, ( 1995)
KAMTHAN P. S. (ktp1.es): Cncer curacin bajo tratamiento homeoptico
KAMTHAN P. S. (ktp8) The Female Prescriber, ( 1990)
KAMTHAN S.K. (kts1) The Homoeopathic First Aid Prescriber, New Delhi: Jain Publishers ( 1997)
KANODA K. D. (knk2) Danger Zones in Homeopathy, New Delhi: Jain Publishers
KANODA K.D. (knk1) Advanced Homeopathy, New Delhi: Jain Publishers ( 1991)
KANSAL Kamal (ksk3) Homeopathic Treatment - Dental Diseases, ( 1994)
KANSAL Kamal (ksk6): Kansal's Practice of Medicine with Homoepathic Therapeutics
KANSAL Kamal (ksk5) Homeopathic Treatment - Pet Animals, ( 1998)
KANSAL Kamal (ksk7.es) Usted y su Bebe. Una Gua Homeoptica Familiar, New Delhil: Jain
publishers ( 1995)
KANSAL Kamal (ksk2) Homeopathic Treatment - Constipation, ( 1995)
KANSAL Kamal (ksk4) Homoeopathic Treatment - Diabetes Mellitus, ( 1992)
KANSAL Kamal (ksk1) The Biochemics, ( 1993)
KAPLAN Brian (klb): Contemporary homeopathic physician [UK]
KAPLAN Brian (klb1) The Homeopathic Conversation: the art of taking the case, London: Natural
Medicine Press ( 2001)
KARO W. (kow2): Diseases of the Skin
KARO W. (kow5): Urinary and Prostatic Troubles
KARO W. (kow4): Diseases of the Male Genital Organs
KARO W. (kow3): Homeopathy in Women's Diseases
KARO W. (kow1): Diseases of Respiratory System
KASTNER Raimund F. (knr): (1955-)
KASTNER Raimund F. (knr1.de) Boenninghausens Physiognomik der Homeopathischen Arzneimittel
und die Arzneiverwandtschaften, Heidelber: Haug Verlag ( 1995)

KAUF Christian P. (kf): Contemporary homeopathic physician [Germany]


KAY Dennis (kyd): Contemporary homeopath [Colorado, USA] (1950-)
KAY Dennis (kyd1) Cases Stamper, N Eng. J H, Vol 3 nr 2: pg 15-16 ( 1994)
KEIL (kla1) Proving of Friedrichhaller Bitterwasser, Zeitschrift Fr Homopatische Klinik, Vol 4 (
1845)
KELLER Georg von (klg4.de) Berberis: Symptomensammlungen homopatischer Arzneimittel. Heft
10, Heidelberg: Karl F. Haug Verlag ( 1982)
KELLER Georg von (klg2.de) Computer and Homopathische Einzelsymptome, Zt Klass H, Vol 34 (
1990)
KELLER Georg von (klg1.de) Eine Quellenstudie zum Kentschen Repertorium, Zt Klass H, Vol 33 (
1989)
KELLER Georg von (klg5.de) Gesammelte Aufstze und Vortrge zur Homopathie., Greifenberg
(Germany): Hahnemann Institut - Privatinstitut fr homopatische Dokumntation Gmbh ( 2002)
KELLER Georg von (klg3) Clematis erecta, Br H J, Vol 4 ( 1993)
KELLER Georg von (klg): Contemporary homeopathic physician [Germany]
KENENY T. (kny1) Haronga madagascariensis, Arzneim.-Forsch 21; 421-24 ( 1971)
KENENY T. (kny2) Eichornia crassipes. Unverffentlichter Kurzbericht, ( 1972)
KENT James Tyler (k4) New Remedies, clinical cases, lesser writings, aphorisms and precepts,
Chicago: Erhart and Karl ( 1926)
KENT James Tyler (k6.es): El Uso del repertorio.
KENT James Tyler (k8) The Dunham Lectures [merged into Kent], ( 1899)
KENT James Tyler (k2.fr): Matire Mdicale Homopathique
KENT James Tyler (k7): What the doctor needs to Know in Order to Make a Succesfull prescription
KENT James Tyler (k): American homeopathic physician (1849-1916). Probably the most important
homeopath at the turn of the century.
KENT James Tyler (k1) Kent's personal additions to his Repertory, ( 1916)
KENT James Tyler (k5.es) Filosofa homeoptica, New Delhi: Jain Publishers
KENT James Tyler (k13) Source unknown or not mentioned, ( 1916)
KENT James Tyler (k5.pt): Lies de Filosofa Homeoptica
KENT James Tyler (k3) Minor Writings on Homeopathy, Heidelberg: Haug ( 1987)
KENT James Tyler (k2) Lectures on Homeopathic Materia Medica [4th Ed.], New Delhi: Jain
Publishers ( 1904)
KENT James Tyler (k5) Kent Lectures on homeopathic philosophy, ( 1919)
KENT James Tyler (k3.es): Homeopata - Escritos Menores, Aforismos y Preceptos
KENT James Tyler (k2.es) Lecturas Homeopticas de la Materia Mdica. Vol 1 and 2 Translated by
Anselmo Hernndez Jordn, New Delhi: Jain Publishers ( 1929)
KENT James Tyler (k6) Use of the Repertory "How to Study the Repertory", Jain Publishers
KERSTEN Jacques (ktj1.fr) Ma pratique homopathique au quotidien - 101 cas cliniques comments,
Esneux (Belgium): Kersten Jacques ( 2002)
KHALSA Sat Jit Kaur (kss1) Dupuytren's Contracture, N Eng. J H, Vol 2 nr 1: pg 10-11 ( 1993)
KHALSA Sat Jit Kaur (kss): Contemporary homeopath [Montreal, Canada] (1950-)
KHAN L. M. (kna): Contemporary homeopath [Calcutta, India] (1950-)
KHAN L. M. (kna1) An experience with Cyclamen, Links, Vol 1: pg 25 ( 1994)
KHARIWALA Falguni (krw1) A case of Cyclamen, Links, Vol 3: pg 27 ( 1993)
KHARIWALA Falguni (krw): Contemporary homeopath [India] (1950-)
KHUTELA M. P. (ktm1) Renal calculus, Jaipur: Homeopathic Charilable Trust
KIANI B. (kab1) Haronga madagascariensis, Arzneim.-Forsch. 18; 763 ( 1968)
KICHLU K. L. and BOSE (klu1): Textbook of Descriptive Medicine
KIMBALL Samuel A. (smk1) A Repertory of Gonorrhoea, with the Concomitant Symptoms of the
Genital and Urinary Organs., Boston: Otis Clapp and Son ( 1888)
KING Jno. C. (kgj1) Headaches / Repertory Analysis, Chicago ( 1891)
KING Lesley (kg): Contemporary homeopath [England] (1957-)
KING Lesley and LAWRENCE Bob (kg1) Luna, a proving, Turnbridge Wells: Helios ( 1993)
KIPPAX J. R. (kpx1) A Handbook of Diseases of Skin and their Homeopathic Treatment, New delhi:
Jain Publishers ( 1989)

KIRSCH Sarah (kh): German homeopathic physician from the time of Hahnemann (1835-)
KISHORE Jugal (ks2) M&B 693 = sulfonamidum, ( 1977)
KISHORE Jugal (ks6) Evolution of Homeopathic Repertories and Repertorization [1st Ed.], New
Delhi: Kishore Cards Publication ( 1998)
KISHORE Jugal (ks5) Abromata augusta, ( 1974)
KISHORE Jugal (ks3): Saraca indica
KISHORE Jugal (ks1): Cynodon dactylon
KISHORE Jugal (ks): (1918-)
KISHORE Jugal (ks4): Tylophora indica
KITTLER Monika (klm1.de) Thea Chinensis: Die Prfung, Zweibrcken:Verlag Karl-Josef Mller (
1999)
KITTLER Monika (klm1) Thea chinensis, ( 1999)
KLEIN Louis (knl2) Helodrilus caliginosus - Information and Synopsis of a New Proving, Links, Vol 11:
pg 154-156 ( 1998)
KLEIN Louis (knl4) Loxosceles reclusa - The brown Recluse spider, ( 1998)
KLEIN Louis (knl6) Coriandrum proving, ( 2000)
KLEIN Louis (knl1) Scutellaria, IFH Conference ( 1990)
KLEIN Louis (knl5): Lumbricus terrestris
KLEIN Louis (knl3) Carbon dioxide, ( 1990)
KLEIN Louis (knl): Contemporary homeopath [Canada] (1946-)
KLEIN Louis and MANTEWSIWICH Emily (knl7): Hahnemanian Proving of Argentum Sulphuricum
KLOSS P. (ksp2) Luffa operculata, Cogn. Arch. Pharmaz. 299; 351-355 ( 1966)
KLOSS P. (ksp1) Flor de piedra, Naturwissensch. 54; 472 ( 1967)
KLUNKER Will (kk3.fr) Spigelia ou Spigurrus?, Rev Belg Hom, Vol 3: pg 41-50 ( 1992)
KLUNKER Will (kk2.de) Zu den Rubriken der Suglings- und Stillbeschwerden, Zt Klass H, Vol 17/6:
pg 269-272 ( 1973)
KLUNKER Will (kk1.de) Eine Arzneiprfung von Espeletia Grandiflora, A H Z, Vol 217: pg 5 - 14 (
1972)
KLUNKER Will (kk): Contemporary homeoathic physician [Heiden, Switzerland]. Creator of the
Synthetic Repertory with Dr. Barthel. (1932-)
KLUNKER Will (kk6) Synthetic Repertory: Sleep, Dreams, sexuality. Vol 3, New Delhi: Jain Publishers
( 1991)
KLUNKER Will (kk5.fr) Rves et Delusions de serpents, Rev B H, Vol XXIII Decembre nr. 4 ( 1990)
KLUNKER Will and MILLER G. (kk4) Beziehungen der arznien unter sich., Heidelberg: Haug verlag
KNELLE (klx): (1938-)
KNERR Calvin B. (kr1) Repertory of Herings Guiding Symptoms of our Materia Medica, Philadelphia:
Davis Co ( 1896)
KNERR Calvin B. (kr): American homeopath (1847-1940)
KNERR Calvin B. (kr3) Life of Hering, ( 1940)
KNERR Calvin B. (kr2) Drug Relationship, Calcutta ( 1936)
KOEHLER Gerhard (klr): (1946-)
KOEHLER Gerhard (klr1) Lehrbuch der Homopathie [2 Vols], Stuttgart: Hippokrates Verlag ( 1988)
KOHLRAUSCH Stefan (krs1) Die Milch von misshandelten Schweinen lst Wut und Aggression aus - Lac
suinum, H Zt, Nr 1: pg 27-32 ( 1999)
KOHLRAUSCH Stefan (krs): (1959-)
KOKELENBERG Guy (kkb): Contemporary homeopathic physician [St Niklaas, Belgium] (1948-)
KNIG Peter (kgp): (1955-)
KNIG Peter and SANTOS Ute (kgp4): Convallaria
KNIG Peter and SANTOS Ute (kgp2) Dream Proving of rhododendron chrysantum, Links, Vol 8: pg
19-20 ( 1995)
KNIG Peter and SANTOS Ute (kgp3) Berberis Vulgaris, ( 1994)
KNIG Peter and SANTOS Ute (kgp5) Dream Proving of rhododendron chrysantum, ( 1993)
KNIG Peter and SWOBODA Franz (kgp1) Succinicum acidum, Br H J, Vol 76/19: pg 19-29 ( 1987)
KONSTANTARAS John (ksa): Contemporary homeopath [Greece]
KORNDOERFER A. (kda1) C. von Boenninghausen's Homoeopathic Therapia of Intermittent and Other

fevers, ( 1873)
KRNER R. und RAUCH H. (krr1.de): Taraxacum
KRACH N. (khn1) Biotypen, Heidelberg: Haug Verlag ( 1980)
KRAMER Anton (km): Contemporary homeopath [Netherlands] (1956-)
KRICHBAUM J.W. (kbj2) The surgical sphere and indications for hypericum, Medical Advance, Vol 41
( 1903)
KRICHBAUM J.W. (kbj1) The Remedy v.s Mechanics in Cases of Difficult Labor, Homoeopathic
Recorder ( 1900)
KRICHBAUM J.W. (kbj3) Sinapis nigra, Medical Advance, Vol 46 ( 1908)
KRICHBAUM J.W. (kbj4) Arsenicum iodatum, Medical Advance, Vol 47 ( 1909)
KRISHNA KUMAR P. (kkp2.es): Enfermedades comunes del Hombre y su curacin
KRISHNA KUMAR P. (kkp3.es): Enfermedades comunes del Hombre y su curacin
KRISHNA KUMAR P. (kkp1) Talks on poisons, Metals acids & Nosodes used as Homeopathic Medicines,
( 1995)
KRISHNA KUMAR P. (kkp2) The women, female problems and their cure, New Delhi: Jain Publishers
( 1995)
KRISHNA KUMAR P. (kkp3) The man, sexual problems and their cure, New Delhi: Jain Publishers (
1995)
KRISHNAMOORTY V. (kmy2): Beginner's guide to Bach Flower remedies
KRISHNAMOORTY V. (kmy3): Advanced Practice of Dr. Bach remedies
KRISHNAMOORTY V. (kmy4): New Bach remedies
KRISHNAMOORTY V. K. (kmy): (1939-)
KRISHNAMOORTY V. K. (kmy1) Homeopathy in Accidents and Injuries, New Delhi: Jain Publishers
(2nd revised Ed.) ( 1979)
KRISHNAMURTHY P.S (knp1) Osteoarthritic nosode proving, ( 1988)
KRISHNAMURTHY P.S (knp): Contemporary homeopath [India] (1928-)
KROSCHEWSKI - KNIG Friedel (ksf2.de): Repertorium Nachtrge
KROSCHEWSKI - KNIG Friedel (ksf1.de): Homopathie 360 - kristallklar
KRUG Jean-Marie (kjm1.fr): Observations et Cas Cliniques
KRUG Jean-Marie (kjm): (1951-)
KRGER Andreas (kga1.de) Lac caninum - Der faule Hund wird langsam bissig, H Zt, Nr 1: pg 69-73 (
1996)
KRGER Andreas (kga): (1954-)
KRGER Christiane (kgc): Contemporary veterinary homeopath [Germany] (1945-)
KUHNKE J. (kkc1) Luffa operculata, A H Z 212; 558 ( 1976)
KUIPER Pieter (kpp): Contemporary homeopath [Netherlands]
KULKARNI V. (kkv1) Gynecology and Obstretics, ( 1994)
KUMAR A. V. (kma1) Principles of Homeopathic Therapeutics, New Delhi: Indian Books and
Periodicals Syndicate, Karol Ba
KUNST M. (kt1) Okoubaka aubrevillei, A H Z: 217 pg 116- 121 ( 1972)
KUNZE H. (kzh1) Carduus marianus, Homoeopathic Physician, May ( 1891)
KNZLI VON FIMMELSBERG Jost (kl): Homeopathic physician [Switzerland] (1915-1992)
KNZLI VON FIMMELSBERG Jost (kl3): Collected Lectures
KNZLI VON FIMMELSBERG Jost (kl1) Repertorium Generale, Berg a. Starnberger See (Germany):
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KNZLI VON FIMMELSBERG Jost (kl2) Repertorium Generale - black dots, Berg a. Starnberger See
(Germany): Barthel & Barthel ( 1987)

L
LA JOYA (ljy): Veterinary [Mexico] (1940-)
LA JOYA (ljy1) Medicamentos Homeopticos para los animales., Ediciones La Habana, Mexico ( 1980)
LABORDE Yves (lby1.de) Repertorium miasmatischer Symptome, Mnchen: Mller & Steincke ( 1992)
LABORDE Yves (lby2.de) Die Hereditren Chronischen Krankheiten, Mnchen: Verlag Mller &
Steinicke ( 1990)

LABORDE Yves (lby3.de): Dreisprachiges, klinisches Repertorium mit miasmatischen Hinweisen


LABORDE Yves (lby4.de) Klinische und miasmatische Materia Medica, Mnchen: Verlag Mller &
Steinicke ( 1994)
LABORDE Yves (lby): Contemporary homeopath [Germany]
LACHKAR Edmond-Paul (lke1.es) La homeopata en la farmacia, Dolisos Espaa ( 1993)
LAFEUILLADE Jean (lfj1.fr) Diagnostic Energtique en Homopathie, ( 2000)
LAMOTHE Jacques (lmj1.fr) Homopathie pdiatrique, Paris: Similia ( 1996)
LAMOTHE Jacques (lmj): Contemporary homeopathic pediatrician [France] (1943-)
LANG Brbel (lg): Contemporary homeopath [Germany]
LANGE Andrew (lga): (1952-)
LANSMANNE Jean (lmx1.fr) Un pas vers la comprhension des dynamisations Homopathiques.,
Bruxelles: Editions de l'Ecole Belge d'Homopathie ( 2003)
LARA DE LA ROSA (ldj1.es) Repertorio de Sntomas y Remedios, New Delhi: Jain Publishers ( 1990)
LARA Isidre (lra): Contemporary homeopathic physician [Spain]
LARA Isidre y QUERALT Jos Maria (lra1.es): Semiologa de la Psora Latente
LASCHKOLNIG Christine (lkc1) Cases: The Way to the beast of Prey, N Eng. J H, Vol 3 nr 1: pg 22-24
( 1994)
LASCHKOLNIG Christine (lkc): Contemporary homeopath [Vienna, Austria] (1950-)
LASPRILLA Eduardo Elias (lpe1.es) Reflexiones criticas sobre medicina clasica y homeopatica,
Buenos Aires: Editorial Albatros ( 1991)
LASSAUW Yvonne (lsy1) The most sweetest little girl, Links, Vol 3: pg 26 ( 1992)
LASSAUW Yvonne (lsy): Contemporary homeopath [Amsterdam, The Netherlands] (1960-)
LASSAUW Yvonne (lsy2) Aurum sulphuratum, Simillima, Vol 1 ( 1993)
LASSAUW Yvonne (lsy3) Hyoscyamus niger, Simillima, Vol 2 ( 1993)
LATHOUD Joseph-Amede (lt1.es) Materia Mdica Homeopatica, Buenos Aires: Editorial Albatros (
1994)
LATHOUD Joseph-Amede (lt1.fr) Etudes de Matire Mdicale Homopathique, Vienna ( 1932)
LATHOUD Joseph-Amede (lt): French homeopathic physician (1882-1944)
LAURAEUS Ritva (lrb): Contemporary homeopathic physician [Finland]
LAURIE Joseph (lrj1): The Homoeopathic Practice of Medicine
LAURIE Joseph (lrj2a) An epitome of the homeopathic domestic medicine. Enlarged and improved
by A.Gerard Hull., New York: William Radde (3th Ed.] ( 1846)
LAURIE Joseph (lrj2) The homoeopathic domestic medicine Vol 1 & Vol 2, Philadelphia: Boericke
(10th Ed.) ( 1872)
LAZARUS (lzr1) Proving of Prenanthus serpens, North American Journal of Homoeopathy, Vol 4: pg
352
LE ROUX Patricia (lrp2.fr): Les Lacs
LE ROUX Patricia (lrp): (1958-)
LE ROUX Patricia (lrp1) Lac Caninum, remedy of ailments from child sexual abuse., Proc 54th LMHI
Congr., Salvador-Bahia Brasil ( 1999)
LE ROUX Patricia (lrp3): The Acids
LE ROUX Patricia (lrp3.fr): Les Acides
LEAVITT Sheldon (lvs2): Science and Art of Obstetrics
LEAVITT Sheldon (lvs1) Homeopathic Therapeutics as applied to Obstetrics, New Delhi: Jain
Publishers ( 1989)
LEDUC Herman (ldh1.fr): Dictionnaire d'homopathie pdiatrique
LEDUC Herman (ldh): Contemporary Belgian homeopath
LEE Edmund J. (lej1) Repertory of Characteric Symptoms of Homoeopathic Materia Medica,
Philadelphia ( 1889)
LEE Edmund J. and CLARK George H. (lej2) Cough and Expectoration, ( 1894)
LEERS Hans (lsa): (1946-)
LEERS Hans (lsa2) Sammlung seltener Symptome, Heidelberg: Haug ( 1988)
LEERS Hans (lsa1.de) Leerskarten, ( 1950)
LEESER Otto (lsr2.de) Mineralische Arzneistoffe - Vol. 2, Heidelberg: Haug ( 1988)
LEESER Otto (lsr7): The Contribution of Homeopathy to the Development of Medicine

LEESER Otto (lsr6) Homeopathic Materia Medica, Philadelphia ( 1935)


LEESER Otto (lsr5.de) Tierstoffe - Vol. 5, Heidelberg: Haug ( 1987)
LEESER Otto (lsr3.de) Pflanzliche Arzneistoffe I - Vol. 3, Heidelberg: Haug ( 1987)
LEESER Otto (lsr1.de) Grundlangen der heilkunde - Vol. 1, Stuttgart/Berlin: Hippokrates ( 1927)
LEESER Otto (lsr): (1888-1964)
LEESER Otto (lsr4.de) Pflanzliche Arzneistoffe II - Vol. 4, Heidelberg: Haug ( 1989)
LEMUS TRANSITO Antonio (lma1) The Centipede, Journal of the American Institute of Homeopathy (
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LESIGANG H. (lsg2) Oenanthe crocata, Br H J, Jul ; 81(3), pg 127-131 ( 1992)
LESIGANG H. (lsg1) Latrodectus mactans, Documenta homoeopathica 12 ( 1992)
LEUPEN Alex (lpa): Contemporary homeopathic physician [Netherlands] (1950-)
LEVRAT, PIGEOT, SETIEY et TETAU (lvt1.fr): Guide de prescription homopathique
LEVY David (lvd2) Piper Methysticum, Links, Vol 8: pg 17-19 ( 1995)
LEVY David (lvd): Contemporary homeopath [Double bay, Australia] (1961-)
LEVY David (lvd1) Evolution of a Remedy idea, Links, Vol 1: pg 19-22 ( 1994)
LIDCHI Maggie (ldm1) The Story of Madhav, Links, Vol 4: pg 33 ( 1994)
LIDCHI Maggie (ldm): Contemporary homeopath [Pondicherry, India] (1950-)
LILIENTHAL Samuel (ll1) Homeopathic therapeutics [2nd Ed.], Philadelphia: Boericke & Tafel ( 1879)
LILIENTHAL Samuel (ll): American homeopathic physician of the pioneering time (1815-1891)
LINCZ (lz): Contemporary homeopathic physician [Brussels, Belgium] (1908-)
LINDEMANN G. (ldg1) Myrrhis odorata, Dtsch. Apoth. Ztg. 98; 132 ( 1958)
LIPPE Adolph von (lp4) Key to the Materia Medica or Comparative Pharmacodynamic., Philadelphia:
Henry Duffield ( 1854)
LIPPE Adolph von (lp1) Text Book of Materia Medica, Philadelphia ( 1866)
LIPPE Adolph von (lp): (1812-1888)
LIPPE Adolph von (lp2) Keynotes and red line symptoms of the materia medica., New Dehli: Jain
Publ. ( 1915)
LIPPE Adolph von (lp3) Keynotes of the Homeopathic Materia Medica, Philadelphia, Boerick and
Tafel ( 1915)
LIPPE Adolph von (lp2.fr): Symptmes et traits principaux de la Matire Mdicale
LIPPE Constantin (lpc): (1840-1885)
LIPPE Constantin (lpc2) Textbook of Materia Medica, ( 1865)
LIPPE Constantin (lpc1) Repertory to the more characteristic Symptoms of the Materia Medica, (
1879)
LIRA Bernardo (lrn1.es) Cinco sintomas en un libro. [1st Ed.], New Delhi: Jain Publishers ( 1997)
LIVINGSTON R. (lvr1) Homeopathy, London: Ainsworth's Homeopathic Pharmacy ( 1973)
LBISCH Klaus (lbk1.de) Hura brasiliensis, eine Arznei die Zust nde van Aussatzigkeit kennt un zu
heilen vermag, Homopatische Einblicke, Vol 35 ( 1998)
LODISPOTO A. (ld1.de) Dit und Homopathie, Zt Klass H, Vol IV/3: pg 95-141 ( 1960)
LODISPOTO A. (ld): (1920-)
LODISPOTO A. (ld2) Persnliche Beobachtung, ( 1984)
LOGAN Robin (lgr): (1954-)
LOGAN Robin (lgr1) The Homeopathic Treatment of Eczema, Beaconsfield (England): Beaconsfield
Publ.
LOMBARDI A. (lba1) Leonurus cardiaca, Gazetta Sanitaria Nr. 3 ( 1947)
LOMMAERT Philippe (lmp): Contemporary homeopathic physician [Antwerpen, Belgium] (1952-)
LONG Bernard (lgb2.fr) Rpertoire Homopathique des Maladies Aigues, ( 2000)
LONG Bernard (lgb3.fr) L'Homopathie en images. Phosphorus, Le Porteur de Lumire, Nice: CY
Editions
LONG Bernard (lgb5.fr): Absinthium : Etude et nouvelle Pathognsie
LONG Bernard and CAYREL P. (lgb1) Rosmarinus officinalis, Rev B H, Jun ; 25(2) ; 37-44 ( 1992)
LONG Bernard, SIMON Franois et le Groupe DYNAMIS (lgb4.fr) Cortisone et Glucocorticodes Pathognsie de Cortisone., Montpellier (France): LONG Bernard, SIMOND Franois et le Groupe
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LORBACHER Arnold (lb): German homeopathic physician of the 19th century, publisher of the

Allgemeinen Homopathischen Zeitung (1818-1899)


LORENZ Eric (lr): Contemporary homeopathic physician [switzerland]
LOUKAS George (lkg): Contemporary homeopath [Thessaloniki, Greece] (1950-)
LOUKAS George (lkg1) A Case Report, Links, Vol 1: pg 28-29 ( 1995)
LOUTAN Guy (lta): Contemporary homeopathic physician [switzerland]
LOUTAN Guy (lta1.fr) Rpertoire de Thmes et de la Matire Mdicale Dynamique, Genve: Loutan (
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LOWENSTEIN J.M. (lwz1) Effect of [-]-hydroxycitrate on fatty acid synthesis by rat liver in vivo, J
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MLLER Karl-Josef, CHETNA Shukla, Nancy HERRICK und Stefan KOHLRAUSCH (mlk9.de) Sieben
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