Homeopathy and Systemic Typology Model
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Basically, systemic typology model allows the homeopath to be more efficient in the treatment of psoric or constitutional chronic diseases. We have seen that psoric diseases comes from a constitutional weakness. The systemic typology model does not apply to circumstantial or infectious diseases. By classifying individuals and remedies into categories, the accurate diagnosis of the type of a patient will allow to direct therapy to the remedies of this same type. So we add a step to the reasoning of the therapeutic choice.
It goes without saying that the addition of this step (the constitutional diagnosis) saves time and efficiency and allows to easily work with a larger base of remedies. Let me give you an example. I see Mrs. C. for eczema of leg she presents for several years. The rest of the exam is normal and she have no other symptoms. “Eruption of the leg” is a rubric with 166 remedies. In terms of her constitution, I diagnose her in the animal Kingdom. Animal remedies in this rubric are 32.
More precisely I class this patient in the spiders category. The spiders remedies among these 32 animals are 3: Tarentula Cubensis, Tegenaria Atrica and Tela aranea. I prescribe her “Tela Aranea” (the cobweb) which allowed a quick and lasting improvements to her problem. It is easy to understand that without the constitutional diagnosis it would have been impossible to find this remedy. Of course this case is a caricature in the extreme, but it gives a relatively good idea of what this new method, based on the constitutional similar, can do.