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1. The trend of Homeopathic medicine is to individualise, to view and treat each patient as a person suffering under and from particular conditions.

2. Homeopathy tries to find out a general principle which will be made applicable to find out a specific remedy for each suffering individual-whatever may be the nosological term for his disease condition. e.g. Ten cases of tuberculosis may require ten different conditions bearing different nosological labels may require the same drug.

3. Homeopathy looks at the human organisms from the point of view of a biological whole, i.e, the organism though consisting of different parts is something more and greater and richer in its potentialities and functions than what are possessed of by each of its constituent parts and transcends them as well.

4. Homeopathy accepts the concepts of the biological whole; so it tries to treat the patient as a whole and not the disease-as is commonly talked about in homeopathic parlance.

5. Homeopathy tries to ascertain the action of drugs by providing them on healthy human beings who are able to communicate their subjective symptoms to the experiments.

6. Homeopathy has raised therapeutics to an independent status.

7. The Homeopathic approach to the study of diseases is from its clinical standpoint. It regards clinical symptoms totality as the nearest approach to the factual reality. Homeopathy regards clinical symptoms as those that render themselves perceptible to our senses as a resultant of forces-chemicophysical , vital, psychological-that are acting and reacting in and through the human organism in disease-conditions. The clinical symptoms are, thus, dynamic and co-extensive with diseases; whereas pathological changes are the static changes brought about as ultimate end results of the disease processes.

8. Homeopathy believes in the supreme efficacy of the homeopathic method of application of drugs as single remedies at a time and in minimum doses (Subject to some exceptional circumstances).

9. Homeopathy is a method focussing its effort upon the individual and the individualistic side of disease.

10. At the other, Homoeopathy copes with the individual’s particular health problem and aims chiefly at cure.

11. Homeopathy regards disease “per se” as a morbid vital process caused by dynamic influence of noxious agents of the vital principle as manifested through perceptible signs and symptoms, the totally of which constitutes for all practical purposes what goes by the name of disease. 

Homoeopathy regard all the structural changes in the body as end result of morbid vital process.

Homoeopathy regards that the source of life and energy is not material but spiritual. The basis, the foundation on which the life and energy stand and work, is physical.

Thus the scope of Homoeopathy lies in treating the actual morbid vital process and neither its causative agents nor its ultimates.

12.Homoeopathy accepts only those substances as therapeutic remedies whose positive actions have been ascertained by proving on healthy human beings.

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