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Homeopathic
Materia Medica
Volume 1

By Dr. Athos Stavrou Othonos
Homeopathic Medical Doctor

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HOMEOPATHIC
MATERIA MEDICA

VOLUME 1
(Natrum Muriaticum, Medorhinum, Lachesis, Lycopodium)

Description
of
Human Idiosyncrasies

Athos Othonos
Homeopathic Medical Doctor

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CONTENTS

CHAPTER 1
WHY KNOW HUMAN IDIOSYNCRASIES?
1.1“Know others”
1.2 “Know thyself”
1.3 Understanding Idiosyncrasies can cause a psychological awakening
1.4 Can anyone understand Idiosyncrasies?
1.5 Negative use of the knowledge of Human Idiosyncrasies
1.6 Facing again and again “Cosmic Game”
1.7 Detachment from Idiosyncratic Influences
1.8 Hierarchical and in depth knowledge of Idiosyncrasies
1.9 Idiosyncratic Diagram
1.10 Usual misinterpretations about Idiosyncrasies

CHAPTER 2
STUDY AND IDENTIFICATION OF IDIOSYCNRASIES
2.1 Frequent and rare Idiosyncrasies
2.2 Occasional Idiosyncrasies
2.3 The history of identification of homeopathic idiosyncrasies
2.4 Homeopathic Materia Medica
2.5 When is an idiosyncrasy, fully identified?
2.6 Identification of idiosyncrasies means deep and effective cure
2.7 Whenever we “play God”, we become dangerous

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2.8 What is the meaning of identification of an Idiosyncrasy?
2.9 The great difference of the clinician from the academic doctor
2.10 Effective prescribing presupposes “healing of the healer”
2.11 Don’t become weak-willed “case takers” students or just users of
computer expert programs
2.12 The special “smell” of each idiosyncrasy
2.13 Steps for the study and identification of any idiosyncrasy
2.14 Idiosyncratic “Families”
2.15 Irritable and Nervous Idiosyncrasies
2.16 Neuro-vegetative Idiosyncrasies
2.17 Hysteric Idiosyncrasies

CHAPTER 3
NATRUM MURIATICUM
A.LECTURE
3.1 Mind symptoms are the most important in homeopathic diagnosis
3.2 Psoric introversion
3.3 Easily offended and upset
3.4 Psoric ideology: respect to morality and principles
3.5 The perfect victim of sycotic and syphilitic persons
3.6 Dignity over all
3.7 Conservative way of dressing
3.8 Nervous symptoms
3.9 Irascible, easily offended, but does not burst
3.10 Psoric dignity in every-day life and in raising her children

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3.11 Bitterness and love disappointment
3.12 She doesn’t like to talk about her personal matters
3.13 Psoric, Sycotic and Syphilitic Egoism
3.14 Consolation and pity makes her angry
3.15 Conscientious and reliable
3.16 Sensation of heaviness on chest and of a lump inside throat
3.17 “Hot” but conservative concerning sex
3.18 Dryness of skin and mucous and relation with salt
3.19 Pear-shaped body

B.HIERARCHICAL DESCRIPTION
3.20 Psoric person; psoric dignity
3.21 Sincere, psoric idealist
3.22 Demand for mutuality
3.23 She is the typical representative of psoric introversion
3.24 Psoric nervousness and easily offended
3.25 Stressful factors
3.26 Reliability and mild shyness
3.27 Idiosyncratic Diagram of Natrum Muriaticum

CHAPTER 4
MEDORHINUM
A.HIERARCHICAL DESCRIPTION
4.1 Sycotic, material philosophy

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4.2 Lack of moderation and tendency for excesses
4.3 Sexual Lust
4.4 The sycotic vanity of the “wide boy”
4.5 Sycotic irritability
4.6 Sycotic physical characteristics and predispositions
4.7 Idiosyncratic Diagram of Medorhinum

B.LECTURE
4.8 Medorhinum as the typical sycotic idiosyncrasy
4.9 Sycotic characteristics of Medorhinum
4.10 When the sycotic fetus affects his mother!
4.11 Sycotic influence in sexuality
4.12 Hereditary influence of the Sycotic Miasma
4.13 Tendency for excesses and debauchery
4.14 Company, sour taste, sea
4.15 Irascible like a gale
4.16 Don’t confuse a person with his present idiosyncrasy!
4.17 The opposite of sophistication; straight and simple things
4.18 Easy money, showing off, flirting and women!
4.19 Tough man, hard man, wide boy
4.20 A superficial “sex machine”
4.21 Sexual excesses and “misfire”
4.22 The sycotic vanity: the “hard man”, the “tough guy”, the “wide boy”
4.23 A “solid rock”; a fit guy; rarely attends the doctor

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4.24 “Nick the Greek!”
4.25 Sycotic Illnesses

CHAPTER 5
LACHESIS
A.HIERARCHICAL DESCRIPTION
5.1 Attachment to her close ones with sole aim domination
5.2 The Primal Behavior of Unconcealed Domination
5.3 The Secondary Behavior of the “good and sensitive” woman/mother
5.4 Usual options for the children of a Lachesis mother: the
“emasculated”, the “rebellion” and the “dominant”
5.5 The predominant, oppressive wife
5.6 The “successful modern businesswoman”
5.7 The vanity of “the cunning fox”
5.8 Intentional malice and envy
5.9 Syphilitic, intentional hypocrisy and jealousy
5.10 Uncontrolled and biting loquacity
5.11 Idiosyncratic Diagram of Lachesis

B.LECTURE
5.12 The typical Representative of Syphilitic Miasma
5.13 Money, glory, belongings and domination
5.14 Perversion on the psychic level, destruction on the physical level
5.15 Uncontrolled, syphilitic loquacity
5.16 A homeopathic doctor shouldn’t be an idiosyncratic racist

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5.17 All idiosyncrasies are “bad” since they are illusions
5.18 Man, is endowed with limited freedom of choice
5.19 Enlightenment, is the overcoming of idiosyncrasies and miasmas
5.20 Balancing miasmatic and idiosyncratic influences with homeopathic
treatment
5.21 Plethoric, kitsch look
5.22 “Cortisone face”: swollen face and trunk, thin extremities
5.23 Lachesis characteristic gaze
5.24 She just can’t bear anything tight
5.25 Aggravation from sleep
5.26 A homeopathic doctor should never prescribe according to the
patient’s phenotype
5.27 Mean and domineering or hypocritically “good and sensitive”
5.28 Cutting comments, mordancy
5.29 Intentional and purpose full praise
5.30 The hypocritical
mother/housewife”

image

of

the

“good

and

sensitive

5.31 Introversion due to fear of gossiping; intentional extroversion
5.32 Domineering parents drive their children to homosexuality or
insanity
5.33 The overprotective “Greek mother”
5.34 A flexible “cunning fox”
5.35 A whole spectrum of secondary Lachesis behaviors

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CHAPTER 6
LYCOPODIUM
A.HIERARCHICAL DESCRIPTION
6.1 The “intellectual” type
6.2 The “good kid”
6.3 The psoric vanity of the “good, cultured and refined person”
6.4 Theatrical behavior; playing roles instead of just being
6.5 Mistrustful and at the same time gullible!
6.6 He feels exceptional as to his psychological cultivation
6.7 Fields of vanity
6.8 A special relation with Nature
6.9 A well disguised cowardice under the mask of the gentle, mild and
civilized person
6.10 Psoric Lust
6.11 Neat and introvert due to his care for his public image
6.12 Physical Characteristics
6.13 A Lycopodium woman
6.14 Idiosyncratic Diagram of Lycopodium

B.LECTURE
6.15 Weak Thermoregulation System
6.16 Gastric Sensitivity
6.17 Intellectual and curious: wants to know how all things work
6.18 The cultured, refined, philosopher
6.19 Gifted Teacher and Writer


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