"Electro Homoeopathy" medical system of treatment was invented by "Count Ceasre Mattei" of Bologna, Italy in 1865. Count was a rich landlord of Italy and during war he donated his lands to Pope Pious IX for the benefit of the people, for which Pope graced him with the title of Count. He was also made a Lt. General in the army. Later on, Count Mattei was elected as a Member of Parliament. But since he was not keen in politics, he resigned and came back to Bologna. He had a great leaning towards medicine and being a big landlord he was to keen to keep the farmers and other people working under him hale and hearty.
Under the influence of his friend "Paulo Costa" he started studying various branches of medicine. He studied Allopathy and Homoeopathy but somehow
he was not satisfied. Then he studied the works of great scientist and philosopher of the 16th century "Paracelsus" (1493-1541) of Switzerland. He was greatly impressed by the theories propounded
by Paracelsus, which were:
(1) Law of presence of Electricity in Vegetable Kingdom.
(2) Law of Similarity.
(3) Law of Polarity.
"Dr.Samuel Hahnemann" invented "Homoeopathy" in 1796 on the principle of "Similia Similibus Curantur", on the Law of Similarity. But Count Mattei was not satisfied.In his opinion,since our body is complex hence it requires a number of medicines to be administered together to cure a disease radically. Hence he gave the Principle of"Complexa Complexis Curantur".
The second thing which Count Mattei saw in Homoeopathy, was that minerals, poisons and nosodes etc. were also used. In his opinion, because vegetable kingdom was providing the source of food to mankind, so medicines should also be provided by vegetable kingdom. Hence he chose only 113 medicinal plants. According to Dr. Samuel Hahnemann there are three constitutions Psora, Syphilis and Psycosis. Instead according to Count Mattei,
There are five temperaments, viz (1)Lymphatic Temperament, (2) Sanguine Temperament, (3) Bilious Temperament, (4) Nervous Temperament and (5) Mixed Temperament.
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FOUNDATION OF THE PLANT ORIENTED SYSTEM OF MEDICINE
The efficiency and superiority of samll doses of medicines in treating diseases, when applied accroding to the law of similar, is a fact that can no longer be disputed. A drug able to produce fever destroys it when introduced into the body in attenuated doses. homeopathy by applying this principle, has continually obtainted remarkable results. Spagyric therapy is a new step in devloping and perfecting homeopathy. it excels Hahnmans discovery in simplicity and rehability, its remedies also gaining more curaive powers through the peculiar manner in which they are prepared. The word electro (or Bio-Engery) is suggestive of the prompt action of the remedies and distinguishes them from the original homeopathy.
Count cesare mattei of Italy, who starts, like hahnemann and Rademacher, from the true principle that every disease is caused by vitaed fluids in the human body, and treatment can only be obtained if directed against those altered fluids, lymph and blood. every disease is produced by the vitiated condition of lymph and blood, or both. whether the immediate cause be germs or noxious gases, etc. is of minor importance as far as the treatment is concerned because the remedies act on the blood, lymph r nerves and enable the organism to disengage itself from the morbid principles causing the abnoral condition. this method teaches us a new kind of treatment by most effective remedies, to applied internally, in the same way as homeopthic remedies as well as externally. thus producing much graeter results than original homeopathic remedies.
Every alternation of either one or of the two liquids blood or lymph must with accompanying nervous influences necessarily lead to an alteration of the normal state of indiviual and produce an abnormal or pathological state. Taking this theory as a base it is easy to understand that the composition of the remedies called spagyric homoeopathic on an account of their efficacious and often instantaneous action should embrace a group of simple medicinal principles which in virtue of their nature and mode of action upon the whole of our body and various parts which composes it would be able to meet the demands of sundry morbid elements which is altering the normal state of the blood and the lymph constitute of disease that is to say hostile causes which are opposed to the free excercise of our organics functions.
The way of preparing the remedies is following the doctrine of the Spagyrics of the middle ages. The way of compounding the different remedies, i.e., the combining of the different series of plants into one remedy which forms combinations. The remedies of the Spagyrics, so much renowed during the middle ages, contained the most effective ingredients of plants in a concentrated form, and required but a few drops to give the most satisfactory results. By this method the power of every plant is entirely extracted; there is no other method preparing the remedies, either allopathic or homoeopathic, to compare with this one. Selecting the elements according to the principles of homoeopathy redoubles their power.
the action of the Spagyric Homoeopathic remedies proceeds in two principals directions, according to the disease resulting from either a vitiated condition of the blood or the lymph. Hence in every case the spagyric treatment takes for its base the constitution of the patient, being either lymphatic or angioitic (sanguineous) or mixed means both lymph and blood.
Consequently, there are three principal remedies, each including different dilutions, a few auxiliary remedies, and the fluid, lastly the fluid base creams.
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