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Plant kingdom anacardiacae cactacae

I am a amateur homeopath. I am having trouble understanding the difference between the following families

Anacardiacae and cactacae.

It would be helpful if somebody can elaborate the difference between the two
[Edited by Amateurhomeopath on 2017-12-18 07:34:52]
 
  Amateurhomeopath on 2017-12-18
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Sounds like you are trying to understand the sankaran method. This is a recent new way of looking at homeopathy, and sells a lot of books.

You are better off studying the organon by hahnemann, and read FAQ by dr.luc.com.

The reason homeopathy has worked for 200 years
Is our bodies will not accept two similar disease states
At the same time. By finding the remedy that best mimics your
Problem and giving that highly diluted molecular copy of the substance?
The body is tricked into thinking a SIMILAR disease is there.

In response the body raises your life force to get rid of the remedy and at same time the life force is then targeting your real problem.

The life force is intelligent- it follows a pathway
Usually- google herings law of cure.

Anacardium and cactus should be looked at
In (google) materia medica of.... the materia medica
Is a compilation of symptoms indicating what that remedy did to healthy people( proving) the materia medica is what one uses to find the right Similar match to the problem- and thus cure.
 
simone717 4 years ago
Amaturehomeo .. your approach or thinking or style etc will definitely bring you to the great confusion at the end waiting for you .. :)

A million dollars clue for free. .

This is what I can say ..
[Edited by healer21 on 2017-12-19 01:12:02]
 
healer21 4 years ago

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