Archive for November, 2007

This post is more for homoeopaths who analyze the remedy reaction carefully before making the next prescription. Remedies relate to one another in different ways; a remedy may be complementary or inimical or antidotal to another. This is an important aspect to consider for successful prescribing.

The relationships of remedies is given in the form of a table at the end of Boericke’s Materia Medica (mainly in the Indian editions) and also in certain other books. This table has been compiled by Dr. Gibson-Miller and is one of the best ones around.

I needed to pass on this information to a family friend who is also a keen homoeopathic enthusiast. I could not find a downloadable version of Dr. Gibson-Miller’s Relationship of Remedies despite hunting on the Net. Finally on the suggestion of another keen homoeopath, I scanned the relevant pages from Boericke and decided to upload it to this site for the use of anyone else who may want to download it. Shall be uploading it to as well, one of the best sites on homoeopathy.

Thanks to Boericke’s Materia Medica being a big book, the scan is not great, but its usable!

Here is a pdf file of the scanned table for Relationship of Remedies.