Magnesium Group with Some Repetorial References: A New Outlook

Amit Bikram Basu, Soumendra Nath Ghosh, (doi: 10.23953/cloud.ijaayush.326)

Abstract


From plant source to the synthetic source, various substances have been used in homoeopathy as medicines, but only if a substance as being used by homoeopaths for therapeutic purpose cannot be termed as a homoeopathic medicine, the very particular substance becomes a homoeopathic medicine only, when applied following the principles of homoeopathy as laid down by Master Hanhemann. Likewise also Magnesium and some of its compounds are used for therapeutic purpose in different morbid conditions and this article states about various compounds of magnesium with their common and also some differentiating features particularly for homoeopathic application, their sphere of actions and even daily requirement of magnesium by an individual. It is to be kept in mind that. homoeopathic application of a substance is different as it is based on respective individualistic feature of a drug, which will vary from species to species (even if they belong to the same genus) in case of plant or animals sources, from compound to compound of a metal or non-metal (in this article various compounds of magnesium) and so on. Thus a thorough study on various compounds of magnesium for homoeopathic purpose, with some references to one of the most accepted repertory i.e. Kent’s Repertory and also Synthesis Repertory, will open up a new dimension in therapeutic application.


Keywords


Magnesium group; Physiological role; Relationship; Repertory

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