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Date posted: March 2, 2012

Dr  Ajith Kumar D S

Dr. Nash.E.B was one of the pioneers known for his Trio remedies, which means three best remedies for a particular disease condition. It is Dr. Nash who gave much importance to trio remedies. Its because, he gave much importance to therapeutic study Materia medica based on his clinical experience.

The other important pioneers are
1. Dr. S. Hahnemann
2. Farrigton.E.A
3. A.G. Clarke
4. N.M. Choudhary

Different conditions for which Trio are known includes:
1. Anti-sporic
2. Asthmatic complications
3. Brain typhus
4. Burning pain
5. Cholera
6. Climatric
7. Condylamata
8. Croup
9. Delirium
10. Drooping eyelids
11. Exhaustion
12. Flatulent
13. Fluent coryza
14. Glandular remedies
15. Restlessness
16. Offensive urine
17. Pain
18. Pneumonia
19. Profuse Expectoration
20. Profuse and purulent (the expectoration)
21. Profuse stringy expectoration
22. Masturbation and excessive venery
23. Sleepiness
24. Spasmodic cough
25. Weakened constitutions
26. Urging and colic

Trios with introducer into Materia Medica are known includes:

  • Antisporic – (Dr.S.Hahnemann) : Sulph; Calc carb & Lyco
  • Asthmatic complications – (Nash.E.B) :  Arsenicum; Ipecac and Natrum sulph
  • Brain typhus – (Nash.E.B) :  Apis mellifica; Helleborus niger and Zincum metallicum
  • Burning pain – (Nash.E.B) :  Ars alb; Sulph & Phos
  • Cholera (Dr.S.Hahnemann) :  Camph; Vertrm alba and Cupr
  • Climatric – (Clarke.A.G) : Lachesis; Sepia and Sulphur
  • Condylamata – (Nash.E.B)   Thuj; Staph. and Nitric acid
  • Croup – (Dr.S.Hahnemann) :  Aconite; Spongia & Hepar sulph.
  • Delirium – (Nash.E.B) :  Bell; Strom & Hyos
  • Drooping eyelids – (Nash.E.B) :  Gels; Caust & Sepia.
  • Exhaustion – (Nash.E.B) :  Ars alb; Muriatic acid & Carbo veg.
  • Flatulent – (Nash.E.B) : Lyco; Carbo veg & China
  • Fluent coryza – (Nash.E.B)   Ars alb; Allium cepa & Merc
  • Glandular remedies – (Nash.E.B) :  Con; Brom & Carb ani
  • Restlessness – (Nash.E.B) :  Aconite, Arsenicum and Rhus-toxicodendron.
  • Offensive urine – (Nash.E.B) :  Sepia; Nitri acid & Benzoic acid
  • Pain – (Nash.E.B) :  Aconite; Cham & Cofee.
  • Pneumonia – (Nash.E.B) :  Mercurius, Chelidonium and Kali carb.
  • Profuse Expectoration – (Nash.E.B) :  Sanguinaria, Kali hydrod. and Stannum
  • Profuse and purulent (the expectoration) – (Nash.E.B) : Hepar sulph., Silicea and Tuberculinum
  • Profuse stringy expectoration – (Nash.E.B)   Kali bich., Hydrastis and Coccus cacti
  • Masturbation and excessive venery – (Farrigton) :  Nux vomica, Sulphur and Calcarea,
  • Sleepiness – (Nash.E.B) :  Opium; Anti tart & Nux mox
  • Spasmodic cough – (Nash.E.B) :  Drosera; Ipecec & cuprum.
  • Weakened constitutions – (Nash.E.B) :  Ammonium carb., Cinchona and Carbo vegetabilis
  • Urging and colic – (Nash.E.B) :   Rheum; Colocynth, and jalapa

Dr  Ajith Kumar D S
Dept of Physiology & Biochemistry,
GHMC, Calicut.
Email : ajithdevarajan@yahoo.co.in

Comments

4 Responses so far.

  1. Dr A.Jeevan jaya says:

    It is realy useful for the practiners.I have used this methodolgy and found extreemly beneficial.

  2. Dr.Pallav says:

    Thanks.Useful to me

  3. YOGESH LAJMI says:

    Have Wet AMD,and came accross research paper by Dr.J.Stone of Sydney Unversity School of Medicine,Sydney.NSW,Australia…that 4 mgms of Saffron offers a complete cure of WAMD.in 97% of cases…this cure-rate can be further enhanced with the simultaneous practice of accupressure or accupuncture..
    What has been your experience,and what are your viws/observations on the subject ?

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