Exploring Time Modality In The Mind With Single Remedy Rubrics From Kent’s Repertory

Exploring Time Modality In The Mind With Single Remedy Rubrics From Kent’s Repertory

Author
Dr.Suvarna patil , HOD & Prof. Dept Homoeopathic case taking And Repertory , Guru Mishri Homoeopathic medical college ad PG institute , Shelgaon , Tq. Badnapur , Jalna 431202

Dr.Supriya korde , (MD Hom part I) PG scholer , Dept.Homoepathic case taking and Repertory,Guru Mishri Homoeopathic Medical college & PG institute, Shlegaon ,Tq.badnapur , Jalna 431202

Abstract
In the treatment with homoeopathic medicine requires skilful observation of the physician and the characteristics feature of case of disease, to get cure of a case in shortest period of time. While treating to acute as well as chronic cases, physician should focus on characteristic features of the case. Modalities are the one of the characteristic symptoms which helps to find prescribing totality in the case of disease. The time modalities giving an idea for specifying remedy. In this regards the homoeopathic text named ‘repertory of homoeopathic materia medica’ offers better and easy way to find the rubric of time modalities within shortest period of time that helps to examine specific cases appropriately. When rubric is covered by a single remedy, the remedy is very useful for selection of similimum. Here I Have tried to collect all the rubrics of mind related to time modality having single remedy from Kent’s repertory.

Keywords: Homeopathy, Repertory, time modality, mind, single Remedy, single rubric

Introduction
A modality is the way or mode in which something exists or is done. You might often see it used with reference to diagnostic modality, which is the way in which a disease or illness is diagnosed by a physician. Modality shares its root with the word mode, meaning “the way in which something happens or is experienced.” A sensory modality is a way of sensing, like vision or hearing. Modality in someone’s voice gives a sense of the person’s mood. In logic, modality has to do with whether a proposition is necessary, possible, or impossible and similarly the time modality shows the patient’s better and worse conditions in a whole day from sunrise to sunset and vice versa. In general, a modality is a particular way in which something exists. In Homoeopathy medicine acts dynamically and administered in the required potency and doses to cure the case of diseases, within shortest period of time. While the treating the cases homoeopathically, modalities plays important role in finalizing similimum out of group of remedies arising after repertorisation. Depending on the symptoms of generalities as like patient’s aggravations and amelioration, desires and aversion, likes and dislikes etc. the medicine are specify in repertory by Dr. Kent. Modality offers great advantages to find out similimum, as they form the core of totality which Influence the choice of remedy. Present article summaries time modality in the mind chapter of repertory with single remedy rubrics that helps in the selecting similimum in case of disease. The alphabetical sequencing of these time modalities is depicted are as.

Mind

  1. Absent minded
    11am- 4 pm: kalium iodatum
    Noon: Moschus
  2. Absorbed
    Daytime: Elaps corallinus
    Afternoon: Manganum
  3. Abstraction
    Morning: Guajacum officinale
  4. Abusive
    Forenoon: Ranunculus bulbosus
    Evening: Ammonium carb
  5. Anger
    Forenoon: Carbo vegetabilis
    11 am: Sulphur
  6.  Anxiety
    5am to 5pm: psorinum
    11am: Argentum nitricum
    Till 3pm: Asterias rubens
    3pm- 6pm: conium maculatam
    To 5 pm: Thuja occidentalis
    6pm: Carbo vegetabilis
    5pm- 6pm: Ammonium carbonicum
    Until 11pm: Nat
  7. Anguish
    5am- 5pm: psorinum
    4am: Alumina
  8. Anxiety, evening, bed in(agg) 6 pm: Digitalis
    8 pm: Muriatic acid
    11 pm: Ruta graveolens
    1am- 3am: Hepar sulphuricum
    2am: Natrum muriaticum
    Untill 2 am: Carbo animalis
    4am: Alumina
  9. Anxiety, rising after
    Morning: Psorinum
    Evening: Berberis vulgaris
  10. Anxiety, walking while, biting, night: Belladona
  11. Blindness, pretended, brooding, evening: Veratrum album
  12. Capriciousness
    Morning: Staphysaggria
    Evening: Ignesia
  13. Censorious, afternoon: Dulcamara
  14. Cheerful, daytime,8am: hura brasiliensis
  15. Company, aversion to,
    Morning: Alumina
    Forenoon: Alumina
  16. Conscientious, about trifle- 4pm-8pm: Lycopodium
  17. Contradict, disposing to, afternoon: Canthrides
  18. Death, desire
    Forenoon: Apis mellifica
    Afternoon: Ruta graveolens
  19. Death, thought of
    Morning: Conium maculatum
    Afternoon: Tarrentula hispanica
  20. Delirium- 1am to 2 am: Lachnanthes tinctoria
  21. Delirium, rambling at night: plumbum metallicum
  22. Delusion, bed, feels as if on walking, 4am:Hypericum
  23. Delusion
    On morning on waking frightened by image of: Hepar sulpuricum
    On midnight on waking frightened by image of: Cannabis indica
  24. Delusion delirious, at night, expected to become: Bryonia alba
  25. Delusion, fire, every noise is a cry of fire, she thinks, and she trembles, evening : Belladona
  26. Delusion, Images, phantoms afternoon: Lycopdium clavatum.
  27. Delusion, evening, hears the music heard in the day: Lycopdium clavatum
  28. Delusion, music, unearthly morning, after sleep: Belladona
  29. Delusion, Spectres, ghosts, spirits, sees, day and night- Arsenicum album
  30. Delusion morning on waking, continues to enlarge until it disappears :
    Dulcamara
  31. Delusion evening, feels as if spectre would appear: Bromium
  32. Delusion, stabbed, that he had, a person who passed him on the street, thieves at night: Arsenic album
  33. Delusion, travelling, of, through worlds, night: Chamomilla
  34. Discouraged, afternoon: conium maculatum
  35. Discouraged dream, as if in night: Natrum carbolicum
  36. Dullness after 10 pm: Anacardium orientale
  37. Dullness dwells on past disagreeable occurrences, midnight, after: Rhus tox
  38. Dullness ECSTASY, night: curare
  39. Dullness ENNUI
    Forenoon: Alumina
    Afternoon: Plumbum metallicum
  40. Excitement, emotional, ailments from, feverish
    Evening, in: Mercurious corrosivus.
    Night, at: Sulphur
  41. Excitement EXHILARATION afternoon: Argentum nitricum.
  42. Excitement EXHILARATION night: Medorrhinum
  43. Fancies, absorbed in , morning: conium maculatum
  44. Fear, night, waking, after,3 am: Kalium carbollicum
  45. Fear, dawn, of the return of night, in bed: Carbolic acidum
  46. Fear, dawn, of the return of night in the morning: Alumina
  47. Fear of evil, morning on waking: mangnesium sulphuricum
  48. Fear of evil, afternoon: chininum sulphuricum
  49. Fear, exertion, of
    Afternoon: Nux vomica
    Evening: Lyssinum
  50. Fear, labour, after, misfortune of
    Daytime: Phellandrium aquanticum
    Forenoon: Ammonium carbonicum
    at 2p.m: Hura brasiliensis
  51. Fear of ,Poisoned, of being ,night: Arsenicum metallicum
  52. Foolish behaviour
    Morning, on waking: Aurum metallicum
    Night: Cicuta virosa
  53. Frightened easily wakens at 3 a.m. : Arsenicum album
  54. Grief, daytime- staphyssagria
  55. Hurry, night- lachesis
  56. Hysteria morning agg., sighing amel. : Tarentula hispanica
  57. Impatience
    At 11 a.m.: Sulphur.
    Dinner, during: Sulphur
  58. Impetuous
    Daytime: Nitricum acidum
    Morning: Staphyssagria
    Afternoon: Causticum
    Evening: Ferrum phosphoricum
  59. Indifference, apathy afternoon : Conium maculatum
  60.  Indignation, morning- Arsenicum album
  61. Indolence, aversion to work, noon: Aloes socotrina.
  62.  Indolence, afternoon 2 pm- chelidonium
  63. Industrious, evening- lachesis
  64. Insolent afternoon: Canthrides
  65.  Introspection
    Forenoon: Phossphurus
    Afternoon: Hellborous nigra
  66. Irresolution
    Morning: Palladium
    Afternoon: Hyosiamus
  67.  Irritability, daytime
    At4 pm:boricum acidum
    At 5to 6 p.m.: Conium maculatum
  68. Lamenting, bemoaning, wailing etc
    Evening: Veratum album
    Night: Veratrum album
  69. Laughing forenoon: Nux-moschata.
  70. Mirth, hilarity, liveliness, etc., daytime: Antimonium tartaricum.
  71. Mirth, morning, waking, on until 2 a.m. : China
  72. Moaning, groaning
    Daytime: Zincum
    Afternoon: Cina
    Evening: Arsenicum album
    3 a.m.: Kalicum carbollicum
  73. Morose evening: Zincum metallicum
  74. Muttering night, on waking: silicea
  75. PRAYING nights: Stramonium
  76. Prostration of mind, evening: Chamomilla.
  77. Quarrelsome
    At12to2p.m:Asterius rubense
    4 p.m.: Lyssin.
    Night: Veratrum album
  78. 78. Remorse
    Evening: Pulsatilla
    Night: Pulsatilla.
  79. Reproaches, ailments, after, 4 p.m.: Bor.
  80. Reserved evening: Ammonium carbollicum
  81. Restlessness, nervousness
    6 p.m. till 6 a.m.: Kreosotum
  82. Restlessness 5 a.m.: Tarentula hispanica.
  83. Restlessness, coition,
    After Morning, on waking: Sepia.
    Evening, in bed: Eupiatorium perfollatum.
    Night, on waking, with headache: Paris quadrifolia.
  84. Sadness, morning 9 a.m. till noon: Alumina
  85. Sadness Midnight: Platinum
  86. Sensitive, oversensitive
    Daytime: Carbo vegetabillis
    Evening: Calcaria carbollicum
  87. Serious evening: Senega.
  88. Stupefaction
    11 a.m. to 6 p.m.: Arsenicum album.
    Night: Calcaria carbollicum
  89. Suspicious,
    Daytime: Mercurious sollubilis.
    3p.m to 8 p.m.: Cenchris contorix
  90.  Talk, desire to, someone in forenoon: Causticum.
  91.  Indisposed to, desire to be silent,1 p.m. : Gratiola officinallis.
  92.  Vanishing, of morning: Phosphoricum acidum..
  93. Wandering, at night: Belladona
  94. Unconsciousness noon: Zincum metallicum.
  95. Unconsciousness, rubbing soles of feet amelioration afternoon, in warm room: Pulsatlla.
  96. Violent, vehement, etc.
    Forenoon: Carbo vegetabillis.
    Evening: Millefolium
  97. Wearisome morning: Ammonium-carbollicum.
  98. 98. Weary of Life
    Morning in bed: Lycopodium.
    Forenoon: Apis mellifica.
  99. Weeping, tearful mood, etc.
    Inclined to, at 11 a.m: Sulphur.
    4 p.m.: Pulsatilla.
    4 to 8 p.m.: Lycopodium
  100. Wildness evening: Crocus sativus
  101. Work, aversion to mental, afternoon: Hyosiamus.

Conclusion
The time modalities shows the patents better and worse condition, likes and dislikes, mood changes etc ,variabilities in their physical state when the patient is ill, whether it is acute illness or a chronic illness, so in that case to find a exact similimum in shortest period of time in the large number of similar medicine material medica, by observing particulars of patients illness with realted to their time modalitis we can analyse the totality for the similimum in the kent’s repertory.

Reference
1. James Tyler Kent, Repertory of the Homeopathic Materia Medica, 2013, First Edition, Narayana Publishers, India.
2. Robert Seror, Lecturer on Homeopathic Materia Medica by James Tyler Kent, 2000, Sylvain Cazalet, Germany.
3. Ahmed Sayeed, Modalities of Homoeopathic Medicine, 2000, First Edition, B Jain Publishers Pvt. Ltd., New Delhi, India.
4. S.K Tiwari, Essential of Repertorisation, 2012, Fifth Edition, Narayana Verlag, Germany.
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Dr.Supriya Ganpatrao korde
Author: Dr.Supriya Ganpatrao korde

I am MD (Hom Rep) Part I student

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