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MATERIA MEDICA By Kent

Homeopathic remedies and their abbreviations

ABROTANUM - ( abrot )
ACETIC ACID - ( acet-ac )
ACONITUM NAPELLUS - ( acon )
ACTEA RACEMOSA - ( cimic )
AESCULUS HIPPOCASTANUM - ( aesc )
AETHUSA CYNAPIUM - ( aeth )
AGARICUS MUSCARIUS - ( agar )
AGNUS CASTUS - ( agn )
AILANTHUS GLANDULOSA - ( ail )
ALETRIS FARINOSA - ( alet )
ALLIUM CEPA - ( all-c )
ALOE - ( aloe )
ALUMEN - ( alumn )
ALUMINA - ( alum )
ALUMINA PHOSPHORICA - ( alum-p )
ALUMINA SILICATE - ( alum-sil )
AMBRA GRISEA - ( ambr )
AMMONIUM CARBONICUM - ( am-c )
AMMONIUM MURIATICUM - ( am-m )
ANACARDIUM ORIENTALS - ( anac )
ANTIMONIUM CRUDUM - ( ant-c )
ANTIMONIUM TARTARICUM - ( ant-t )
APIS MELLIFICA - ( apis )
APOCYNUM CANNABINUM - ( apoc )
ARGENTUM METALLICUM - ( arg-m )
ARGENTUM NITRICUM - ( arg-n )
ARNICA MONTANA - ( arn )
ARSENICUM ALBUM - ( ars )
ARSENICUM IODATUM - ( ars-i )
ARSENICUM SULPHURETUM FLAVUM - ( ars-s-f )
ARUM TRIPHYLLUM - ( arum-t )
ASAFOETIDA - ( asaf )
AURUM ARSENICUM - ( aur-a )
AURUM IODATUM - ( aur-i )
AURUM METALLICUM - ( aur )
AURUM MURIATICUM - ( aur-m )
AURUM SULPHURICUM - ( aur-s )
BAPTISIA - ( bapt )
BARIUM IODATUM - ( bar-i )
BARIUM SULPHURICUM - ( bar-s )
BARYTA CARBONICA - ( bar-c )
BARYTA MURIATICA - ( bar-m )
BELLADONNA - ( bell )
BENZOIC ACID - ( benz-ac )
BERBERIS - ( berb )
BORAX - ( borx )
BROMIUM - ( brom )
BRYONIA - ( bry )
BUFO - ( bufo )
CACTUS GRANDIFLORUS - ( cact )
CADMIUM SULPHURICUM - ( cadm )
CALADIUM - ( calad )
CALCAREA ARSENICOSA - ( calc-ar )
CALCAREA CARBONICA - ( calc )
CALCAREA FLUORICA - ( calc-f )
CALCAREA IODATA - ( calc-i )
CALCAREA PHOSPHORICA - ( calc-p )
CALCAREA SILICATA - ( calc-sil )
CALCAREA SULPHURICA - ( calc-s )
CALENDULA - ( calen )
CAMPHOR - ( camph )
CANNABIS INDICA - ( cann-i )
CANNABIS SATIVA - ( cann-s )
CANTHARIS - ( canth )
CAPSICUM - ( caps )
CARBO ANIMALIS - ( carb-an )
CARBO VEGETABILIS - ( carb-v )
CARBONEUM SULPHURATUM - ( carb-s )
CARDUUS MARIANUS - ( card-m )
CAULOPHYLLUM - ( caul )
CAUSTICUM - ( caust )
CENCHRIS CONTORTRIX - ( cenchr )
CHAMOMILLA - ( cham )
CHELIDONIUM - ( chel )
CHININUM ARSENICOSUM - ( chin-a )
CICUTA VIROSA - ( cic )
CINA - ( cina )
CINCHONA - ( chin )
CINNABARIS - ( cinnb )
CISTUS CANADENSIS - ( cist )
CLEMATIS ERECTA - ( clem )
COCCULUS INDICUS - ( cocc )
COCCUS CACTI - ( coc-c )
COFFEA - ( coff )
COLCHICUM - ( colch )
COLOCYNTH - ( coloc )
CONIUM MACULATUM - ( con )
CROTALUS HORRIDUS - ( crot-h )
CROTON TIGLIUM - ( crot-t )
CULEX MUSCA - ( culx )
CUPRUM METALLICUM - ( cupr )
CYCLAMEN - ( cycl )
DIGITALIS - ( dig )
DROSERA ROTUNDIFOLIA - ( dros )
DULCAMARA - ( dulc )
EUPATORIUM PERFOLIATUM - ( eup-per )
EUPHRASIA - ( eupr )
FERRUM ARSENICUM - ( ferr-ar )
FERRUM IODATUM - ( ferr-i )
FERRUM METALLICUM - ( ferr )
FERRUM PHOSPHORICUM - ( ferr-p )
FLUORIC ACID - ( fl-ac )
GELSEMIUM - ( gels )
GLONOINUM - ( glon )
GRAPHITES - ( graph )
GRATIOLA - ( grat )
GUAIACUM - ( guico )
HAMAMELIS VIRGINICA - ( ham )
HELLEBORUS NIGER - ( hell )
HEPAR SULPHUR - ( hep )
HYDRASTIS CANADENSIS - ( hydr )
HYOSCYAMUS - ( hyos )
HYPERICUM - ( hyper )
IGNATIA - ( ign )
IODINE - ( iod )
IPECACUANHA - ( ip )
KALI ARSENICOSUM - ( kali-ar )
KALI BICHROMICUM - ( kali-bi )
KALI CARBONICUM - ( kali-c )
KALI IODATUM - ( kali-i )
KALI MURIATICUM - ( kali-m )
KALI PHOSPHORICUM - ( kali-p )
KALI SILICATUM - ( kali-sil )
KALI SULPHURICUM - ( kali-s )
KALMIA LATIFOLIA - ( kalm )
KREOSOTUM - ( kreos )
LAC CANINUM - ( lac-c )
LAC VACCINUM DEFLORATUM - ( lac-d )
LACHESIS - ( LACH )
LAUROCERASUS - ( laur )
LEDUM PALUSTRE - ( led )
LILIUM TIGRINUM - ( lil-t )
LYCOPODIUM - ( lyc )
MAGNESIA CARBONICA - ( mag-c )
MAGNESIA MURIATICA - ( mag-m )
MAGNESIA PHOSPHORICA - ( mag-p )
MANGANUM - ( mang )
MEDORRHINUM - ( med )
MERCURIUS - ( merc )
MERCURIUS CORROSIVUS - ( merc-c )
MERCURIUS CYANATUS - ( merc-cy )
MERCURIUS IODATUS FLAVUS - ( merc-i-f )
MERCURIUS IODATUS RUBER - ( merc-i-r )
MERCURIUS SULPHURICUS - ( merc-s )
MEZEREUM - ( mez )
MILLEFOLIUM - ( mill )
MOSCHUS - ( mosch )
MURIATIC ACID - ( mur-ac )
NAJA - ( naja )
NATRUM ARSENICOSUM - ( nat-ar )
NATRUM CARBONICUM - ( nat-c )
NATRUM MURIATICUM - ( nat-m )
NATRUM PHOSPHORICUM - ( nat-p )
NATRUM SILICATUM - ( natr-sil )
NATRUM SULPHURICUM - ( nat-s )
NATRUM SULPHURICUM AND SYCOSIS - ( xx )
NITRIC ACID - ( nit-ac )
NUX MOSCHATA - ( nux-m )
NUX VOMICA - ( nux-v )
OPIUM - ( op )
OXALIC ACID - ( ox-ac )
PETROLEUM - ( petr )
PHOSPHORIC ACID - ( ph-ac )
PHOSPHORUS - ( ph )
PHYTOLACCA - ( phyt )
PICRIC ACID - ( pic-ac )
PLATINUM - ( plat )
PLUMBUM METALLICUM - ( plumb )
PODOPHYLLUM - ( podo )
PSORINUM - ( psor )
PULSATILLA - ( puls )
RANUNCULUS BULBOSUS - ( ran-b )
RHODODENDRON - ( rhod )
RHUS TOXICODENDRON - ( rhus-t )
RUMEX CRISPUS - ( rumx )
RUTA GRAVEOLENS - ( ruta )
SABADILLA - ( sabad )
SABINA - ( sabin )
SANGUINARIA - ( sang )
SARSAPARILLA - ( sars )
SECALE CORNUTUM - ( sec )
SELENIUM - ( sel )
SENECIO AUREUS - ( senec )
SENEGA - ( seneg )
SEPIA - ( sep )
SILICA - ( sil )
SPIGELIA ANTHELMINTICA - ( spig )
SPONGIA TOSTA - ( spong )
SQUILLA - ( squil )
STANNUM METALLICUM - ( stann )
STAPHISAGRIA - ( staph )
STRAMONIUM - ( stram )
SULPHUR - ( sulph )
SULPHUR IODATUM - ( sul-i )
SULPHURIC ACID - ( sul-ac )
SYPHILINUM - ( syph )
TARENTULA HISPANICA - ( tarent )
THERIDION - ( ther )
THUJA OCCIDENTALIS - ( thuj )
TUBERCULINUM BOVINUM - ( tub )
VALERIAN - ( valer )
VERATRUM ALBUM - ( verat )
VESPA VULGARIS - ( vespa )
WYETHIA - ( wye )
ZINCUM METALUCUM - ( zinc )
ZINCUM PHOSPHORICUM - ( zinc-p )

 

PREFACE TO SECOND EDITION

These lectures were first published because of the numerous requests from pupils who had listened to them in classroom. Now comes a demand for a second editing which preserves its original colloquial style which was used by the lecturer in the classroom. Many remedies have been added and the whole work has been revised. Many remedies are in a new and later form of presentation. While the "symptom list" is a most important form in the homeopathic Materia Medica, yet it is hard to grasp the idea of the remedy from that form when it is listened to by students. The author has adopted a QUASI clinical method of stating and grouping symptoms in a manner to bring out an image of each remedy. This is done in order that pupils may UNDERSTAND a remedy as a whole and in parts rather than tire the memory which is always overworked in a medical college. The "symptom list" will always remain the best form for a reference text, but it has been observed by long teaching that many pupils who fail to grasp the remedy from the list learn the Materia Medica well in the QUASI clinical and colloquial form.

If these lectures shall enable some practitioners to more fully comprehend our polychrests then all that has been hoped for has been gained. It is believed that the human mind is only able to hold a general image of each remedy. A specific consideration such as is often demanded in the management of a complex group of symptoms either in the office or at the bedside MUST ALWAYS DEMAND CLOSE REPERTORY examination.

JAMES TYLER KENT.

SEPTEMBER 1, 1911.
92 STATE ST., CHICAGO,

PREFACE TO FIRST EDITION

This course of lectures on the Homeopathic Materia Medica was delivered at the Post-Graduate School of Homeopathies. Some of them have appeared in the JOURNAL OF HOMEOPATHIES, but for this work they have been extensively revised. Owing to the strong appeals of students, though against the author's inclination, the colloquial style has been permitted to stand. The lectures are presented in the simple form to explain the author's plan of studying each remedy. The speech of laymen presents all sickness to the physician's mind, hence the Materia Medica must be reduced from' technicalities to simple speech. No two remedies are studied exactly alike. Each has its own requirement in order to bring before the mind what is characteristic. Not all of the Materia Medica has been brought out, but the leading and fully proved remedies such as have strong characteristics have been presented for the purpose of showing how the Materia Medica must be evolved and used. There are other methods of studying a remedy, but this seems to the author the most natural way of giving to the student a lasting idea of the nature of each remedy. It may be that it seems so because it is the only way the author could ever do it. The numerous repetitions of characteristic symptoms may subject the work to criticism, but experience has shown that it is the only way of giving the beginner a lasting grasp of the remedy.

Hahnemann's Materia Medica Pura, Hering's Guiding Symptoms, and the Encyclopaedia of Pure Materia Medica have been the works that have given the most help in these studies.

They are not offered as being complete digests of the various remedies, but simply as the examinations of some of the most salient points. A complete digest would be endless. If some of the younger practitioners and students of the Materia Medica shall meet the assistance in this work they have been looking for, it is all that can be expected. There is no royal road to a perfect understanding of the Materia Medica. It is tedious and drudgery at best, but no more so than any great science. Because of its greatness, many will fail to undertake it even when it is for the saving of life and lessening of suffering, yet many will not decline to offer their services to the people knowing full well and confessing ignorance openly that the methods they offer are inadequate, useless, and often destructive. Some profess not to believe in this careful way of analyzing the symptomatology, but if some easy method is offered for a pretended mastery of it .they wildly embrace it only to return to their primitive repulsive mental aversion crying out "sour grapes."

The Materia Medica can be learned by careful study and by using it. It can be understood but not memorized. All who would memorize the Materia Medica must ignominiously fail. To be constantly at hand, it must be constantly and correctly used. The continuous study of the Materia Medica by the aid of a full repertory for comparison is the only means of continuing in a good working knowledge. To learn the Materia Medica, one must master Hahnemann's Organon, after which the symptomatology and the Organon go "hand in hand." The Organon, the symptomatology, and a full repertory must be the constant reference books, if careful homeopathic prescribing is to be attained and maintained.

All who wish to make a more extensive examination of the reason for the methods used in the work are referred to the chapter on VALUE OF SYMPTOMS in the Lectures on HOMEOPATHIC PHILOSOPHY.

OCTOBER 29, 1904.
108 N. STATE ST., CHICAGO.

JAMES TYLER KENT. MATERIA MEDICA