The registered homoeopathic doctors have no licence to practice under the Provincial Medical Act, or The Indian Medical Practitioners Act, hence they have no locus standing in the medical community recognized by the State. This ostracized situation makes the registration with the State Faculty of Homoeopathic Medicine very much secular and insipid.
Some experienced prescribers consider that even a 3x may be given as a “single” dose with a more prolonged effect than if repeated t.d.s. If the patient is at hand, then the law “that when improvement occurs stop the drug” still holds, even with a low potency.
Pain killers are a little difficult to systematize, and I thought probably the most helpful way would be to consider the cases of acute pain which one meets with in general practice, and these I think one can classify to a certain extent. One gets acute neuralgias, acute inflammation of one of the serous membranes, and acute colic. I think that more or less covers the ordinary conditions one meets with in general practice.
Very often not even that. It cannot tell us why a man has fallen ill, not even how he has fallen ill. The misfortune with the allopathic method, at least with the general prevailing method, of diagnosis is that it leads to a tendency among physicians, and medical students to the belief that medicine is a mathematical science and that human disease is a packet of misery with a label attached to it.
This improvement continued for about 10 days. and then the cough became worse. It was ameliorated temporarily by drinking cold water, on this modality Sulphur 200 one dose was given and the cough became gradually less and less. No Insulin injections were given inspite of the presence of sugar in urine, but his diet was regulated.