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Can You write definition of constitutional remedy?

Can You write definition of constitutional remedy?

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Can You write definition of constitutional remedy?

As in any forms of medicine, there are many schools of homeopaths, and several definitions of a constitutional remedy.
To summarise, constitutional prescribing is a way to find a remedy that fits most closely all the symptoms of the patients, and give that remedy once, this remedy will be called “constitutional”. This was promoted by Kent and his followers.
A more recent definition, and not opposed to the Kentian one, is that your constitutional remedy is the one, you are born with, and defined your healthy state (or consitution). You would respond well to it, but your patient’s picture has been muddled by several layers of trauma and toxicity.
You can find more information here:

Francisco X. Eizayaga and the Layer Approach to Homeopathy

Constitutions in Heilkunst

I hope this is useful background to your question, and do not hesitate to be more specific (example) if you would like more information.

About the author

Thierry Clerc

Thierry Clerc LCPH, MSc practices homeopathy in Cambridge (England). He is a graduate of the College of Practical Homeopathy (London). Prior to this, he enjoyed a successful career as an executive in the telecommunications industry. When fate hit him with a severe bout of arthritis, he went back to France to see his old homeopath, and after prompt cure, decided to study and become one!

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  • According to what You have written any remedy can be called constitutional. What is the reason to give another name to a remedy? And truly speaking I can not fined a definition.

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