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The repertory is a list of symptoms and the remedies that may treat those symptoms. A repertory can help identify which remedy is needed for a particular problem.

Course Code 1_714
Category BHMS
Duration 100hrs
Language English

Sample Lecture

About the Course

The homeopathic repertory is an index of disease symptoms that lists preparations associated with specific symptoms. The repertory is a list of symptoms and the remedies that may treat those symptoms. A repertory can help identify which remedy is needed for a particular problem. Hahnemann arranged the first symptomatic homeopathic materia medica.

The repertory represents the clinical and research database for the practice of homeopathic medicine. The general information contained in repertory is derived from history, provings, clinical practice, research, physiology, and toxicology.

The repertory is a systematically and logically arranged Index to the Homeopathy Materia Medica, which is full of information collected from toxicology drug proving and toxicology and clinical experience.

The Repertory helps us to find out required Symptoms, together with the medicine (or) a group of medicine having different grades. It is connecting link between the Materia Medica and disease.

Homeopathic repertory helps to find the appropriate treatment for a medical condition.  Every category — also called a rubric — has a number of homeopathic remedies that are known for treating the symptom.

As an example of how a homeopathic repertory might be used, an individual suffering from headaches that occur in the front of the head, especially in the morning hours would use the homeopathic repertory to look up the part of the body where the pain is — in this case, the head. Under the subsection “pain,” the user would look under “frontal,” then “worse in the morning.” A list of homeopathic remedies targeted to relieve that specific type of pain would be found listed next to the symptom. Names of the remedies are usually abbreviated; such as “arn” for Arnica montana and “sulph” for sulphur.

Target Audience

Medical students – Allopathy, Dental
Alternative Medicine students – Homeopathy, Ayurveda, Naturopathy and Yoga
Para/Allied medical students – Nursing, Physiotherapy, BSc Anatomy
Post graduate students – MD/MSc/PhD Anatomy

Course Delivery Format

This course is delivered entirely online. It consists of a series of comprehensive lectures by a professor in the subject, appropriately annotated with slides, animations and wherever necessary, interactive content. The delivery offers tremendous flexibility. You may pause a teacher while you refer to your textbooks (not includes) and to take notes. You may also rewind a segment to listen to the teacher again or you may skip a slide or two if you already know that bit. You may bookmark a segment that you wish to return to later, maybe to refresh just before your exams.  While the lessons in this course may be arranged in a particular order based on our curriculum, you have the flexibility to take them in order of your preference based on your personalized learning needs.

Sno Chapter Lecturer Name No of Lectures No of Hours
1st BHMS
Homoeopathic Pharmacy
I General Concepts and Orientation 0 8
1. History of pharmacy with emphasis on emergence of homoeopathic pharmacy
2. Official homoeopathic pharmacopoea (German, Britain U.S.A, India)
3. Important terminologies like scientific names, common names synonyms
4. Definitions in homoeopathic pharmacy
5. Components of pharmacy
6. Weights and measurements
7. Nomenclature of homoeopathic drugs with their anomalies
II Raw Material: Drugs And Vehicles 34
1. Sources of drugs(taxonomic classification with reference to utility)
2. Collection of drug substances
3. Vehicles
4. Homoeopathic pharmaceurical instruments & applicances
III Homoeopathic Pharmaceutics 23
1. Mother tincture and its prparation - old and new methods
2. Various scales used in homoeopathic pharmacy
3. Drug dynamisation or potentisation
4. External applications
5. Doctrine of signature
6. Posology
7. Prescription(including abbrevations)
8. Concepts of placebo
9. Pharmaconomy - routes of administration
10. Dispensing of medicines
11. Basics of adverse drug reactions and pharmacovigilance
IV Pharmacodynamics 17
1. Homoeopathic pharmacodynamics
2. Drug proving
3. Pharmacological action of drugs listed in Appendix - A
V Quality Control 9
1. Standardisation of homoeopathic medicines, raw materials and finished products
2. Good manufacturing practices, industrial pharmacy.
3. Homoeopathic pharmacopoea laboratory - functions and activities, realting to quality control of drugs.
VI Legislations pertainning to pharmacy 6
1. The drugs and cosmetics act, 1940(in relation to homoeopathy)
2. Drugs and cosmetics rules, 1945(in realtion to homoeopathy)
3. Poisons act, 1919
4. The narcotic drugs and psychotropic substances Act, 1985
5. Drugs and magic remedies Act 1954
6. Medicinal and toilet preparations Act, 1955
List of drugs included in the syllabus of pharmacy for study of pharmacological action:
1. Aconitum napellus
2. Adonis vernalis
3. Allium cepa
4. Argentum nitricum
5. Arsenicum album
6. Atropa bellaconna
7. Cactus grandiflorus
8. Cantharis vesicatoria
9. Cannabis indica
10. Cannabis sativa
11. Cinchona officinalis
12. Coffea cruda
13. Crataegus oxycantha
14. Crotalus horridus
15. Gelsemium sempervirens
16. Glonoinum
17. Hydrastis Canadensis
18. Hyoscyamus niger
19. Kali bichromicum
20. Lachesis
21. Lithium carbonicum
22. Mercurius corrosives
23. Naja tripudians
24. Nitricum acidum
25. Nux vomica
26. Passiflora incarnate
27. Stannum metallicum
28. Stramonium
29. Symphytum officinale
30. Tabacum
List of drugs for identification
I Vegetable kingdom
1. Aegele folia
2. Anacardium orientale
3. Andrographis paniculate
4. Calendula officinalis
5. Cassia sophera
6. Cinchona officinalis
7. Cocculus indicus
8. Coffea cruda
9. Colocynthis
10. Crocus sativa
11. Croton tiglium
12. Cynodon dactylon
13. Ficus religiosa
14. Holarrhena antidysentrica
15. Hydrocotyle asciatica
16. Justicia adhatoda
17. Lobelia inflate
18. Nux vomica
19. Ocimum sanctum
20. Opium
21. Rauwolfia serpentine
22. Rheum
23. Saraca indica
24. Senna
25. Stramonium
26. Vinca minor
II Chemicals or minerals
1. Aceticum acidum
2. Alumina
3. Argentums metallicum
4. Argentums nitricum
5. Arsenicum album
6. Calcarea carbonica
7. Carbo vegetabilis
8. Graphites
9. Magnesium phosphorica
10. Natrum muriaticum
11. Sulphur
III Animal kingdom
1. Apis mellifica
2. Blatta orientalis
3. Formica rufa
4. Sepia
5. Tarantula cubensis
1. Introductory lectures
1.1. Evolution of medical practice of the ancients (Prehistoric medicine, Greek Medicine, Chinese medicine, Hindu medicine and Renaissance) and tracing the empirical, rationlistic and vitalistic thoughts. 2
1.2. Short history of Hahnemann's life, his contributions, and discovery of homoeopathy, situation leading to discovery of Homoeopathy 2
1.3. Brief life history and contributions of early pioneers of homoeopathy like C.V. Boenninghausen, J.T. Kent, C. Hering, Rajendra Lai Dutta, M.L. Sircar 5
1.4. History and Development of Homoeopathy in India, U.S.A. and European countries 2
1.5. Fundamental Principles of Homoeopathy. 2
1.6. Basic concept of: 2
1.6.1 Health: Hahnemann's concept and modern concept.
1.6.7 Disease: Hahnemann's concept and modern concept
1.6.3 Cure.
1.7. Different editions and constructions of Hahnemann's Organon of medicine 3
2. Logic
1. To understand Organon of medicine and homoeopathic philosophy, it is essential to be acquainted with the basics of LOGIC to grasp inductive and deductive reasonings.
2. Preliminary lecturers on inductive and deductive logic (with reference to philosophy book of Stuart Close (Chapter 3 -Schools of Philosophy and 16-
3. The Logic of Homoeopathy)
3. Psychology 8
3.1 Basics of Psychology.
3.2. Study of behaviour and intelligence.
3.3. Basics concepts of Sensations.
3.4. Emotoiin, Motivation, Personality, Anxiety, Conflict, Frustration, Depression, Fear, Psychosomatic Manifestations
3.5 Dreams.
4. Aphorisms 1 to 28 of organon of medicine. 15
5. Homoeopathic Prophylaxis 2
Homeopathic Materia Medica
General topic of Materia Medica including introductory lecutres
a) Basic Materia Medica
1) Basic concept of Materia Medica
2) Basic construction of various Materia Medicas
3) Definition of Materia Medica
b) Homoeopathic Materia Medica
1) Definition of Homoeopathic Medica
2) Basic concept and construction of Homoeopathic Materia Medica
3) Classification of Homoeopathic Materia Medica
4) Sources of Homoeopathic Materia Medica
5) Scope and limitations of Homoeopathic Materia Medica

Prof Dr Rajani Chander
Professor and HOD
JSPS Govt Homeopathic Medical college

Dr Nagasurekha
Homeopathy Physician

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