Invertebrates - Spectrum of Homeopathy 2021/3
Following our recent review of mosses and ferns, in our last issue on materia medica we now turn to the earlier stages of animal evolution. Although the invertebrates, once referred to scientifically as the “lower animals”, do not comprise a natural kinship group, they are nevertheless suitable for common homeopathic analysis.
Apart from the insects and spiders, which we have already covered in a separate issue, homeopaths only know a few homeopathic remedies from most invertebrate orders. In addition the early stage of evolution and the lack of a backbone lead to similarities in the remedy picture of very different animal remedies, such as corals, jellyfish, lobsters, snails or worms. Their developmental level generally corresponds to the Carbon series, the second row of the periodic table. The homeopathically most important phylum is the molluscs with Sepia as the leading substance. The molluscs are therefore the main focus of this issue, in which we present practical cases covering the common themes of the invertebrates and the differentiation of the various phyla, orders and species.
- Author: Narayana Verlag
- ISBN: No ISBN
- 100 pages
- Published in 2021
- Printed in Germany