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The Mineral Kingdom: Exploring the First and Second Row

Our patient classically gave the experience of something big passing through a narrow place and something wants to come out which is an exact representation of the birth process.

From the symptoms we are able to come to Carbo animalis and this can be confirmed by the system (the sensation method) where the experience of the patient is that of Row 2.

Here we see the symptom and system both complement each other. When both can be used inclusively then the prescription becomes surer.

She was prescribed Carbo animalis 1m one dose on 7-10-2014


  1. Sankaran, R., Structure: Experiences with The Mineral Kingdom, Homeopathic Medical Publishers (2008)

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Dinesh Chauhan

Dinesh Chauhan

Dr. Dinesh Chauhan practices Classical homoeopathy in Mumbai, India. Case Witnessing Process is a scientific and human-centric case taking approach developed by him over a decade of research and seeing patient after patient at Swasthya Homeopathic Healing. Distinguished as a lecturer in many countries, he has the ability to captivate listener’s attention as he masterfully makes homoeopathic theory come to life. He heads the non-profit ABJF foundation with his wife Dr. Urvi Chauhan where Indian Homoeopaths are taught free. He is the author of three books A Journey into the Human Core; A Wander with a Little Wonder - Child centric Case witnessing, and The Scientifically Intuitive Case Witnessing Process – A Journey of Three Steps. Website: www.homeohome.com, www.casewitnessing.com Email: swasthyahealing@yahoo.com, swasthyaclinic3@gmail.com

Devang Shah

Dr. Devang Shah graduated from D.S. Homoeopathic Medical College and has been practicing homoeopathy for the last three years in Pune. He feels blessed to have studied under Dr. Sunil Anand, Dr. Dinesh Chauhan and other teachers of the Bombay School of Homoeopathy. His goal in each case is to reach deeply and find the root from where the branches of disease originate. "May we reach the depth so that the spirit arises. Silence is the opening of an infinite world within each of us."

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