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can someone explain

can someone explain the biggest differences between Lycopodium and the Calcarea Carbonate ?

Their symptoms and especially their personalty?

they seem so similar..
Can a patient be both?
  angeredare on 2011-08-01
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
There are some marks of each polychrest remedy in each one of us. The remedy that is prominently indicated at any particular time has maximum chances to work at that time.
kadwa last decade
Thanx but I know all this...

more information please.. .

for example: both can have problems with the spine, both are very afraid and are cowards. Both seems to be deep thinkers.
Both are forgetful.

Now what are the differences?
angeredare last decade
There are thousands of differences - are you asking how would you tell when a patient needs Lycopodium or Calc-carb?

As Kadwa has said you would look at the symptoms the person displays, and match them up in the repertory or materia medica to the remedy that is indicated for those symptoms. There are so many symptoms in these two remedies, tens of thousands of them. The study of these two major polycrests could take weeks, would fill pages and pages.

Not only that, but two patients who need Lycopodium can look very different, because there are so many facets of this remedy. There is no way to predict all the different types of patients that could need this remedy.

You can study any remedy from different perspectives - from the mental aspect, the emotional aspect, the general aspect, the physical aspect, the pathological aspect, the miasmatic aspect, the organ aspect. You might study a remedy looking at causation, essence, keynotes, peculiars.

It would be easier to say 'compare the fears of these two remedies' - that is a discussion that might be more workable.

In the college where I studied, these two remedies each had 3 hours allocated for teaching them.
brisbanehomoeopath last decade
You are absolutely wright David, I was too unspecific here.

Now is it possible to compare the fears of these two remedies?

I would like to understand the facets of these different fears.
angeredare last decade
It would have been nice to see a timely answer to the above post over here.
nawazkhan last decade
Nawaz it was answered in another post, where I gave a very detailed answer.

Thank you for policing my activities though.
brisbanehomoeopath last decade
You are always welcome! As usual two contradictory statements. If I was policing, then, I would have known about the other post too?
nawazkhan last decade

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