Sometimes a patient has a complete symptom, which happens to be in the repertory with the exact same level of detail. But more often, the symptom is not present with the same details, only partial or more generic.
As an example, let’s look at rubric Mind; Anger; evening agg.; trembling with, after eating. This rubric is built up of quite a few elementary elements:
– mental symptoms,
– with trembling,
– worse in evening,
– worse after eating.
The rubric contains only a single remedy. It is quite likely that the remedy you are looking for will be found in one of the more generic rubrics, or could be found by combining a few of the more generic symptom components.
– Mind; Anger; trembling, with
– Mind; Anger; evening; agg.
– Mind; Eat, eating; after
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For a rubric with no related rubrics, the analysis will simply show the list of remedies in the rubric, in the order of relevance, like they would be counted in an analysis. Of course this information can be very useful as well, but the purpose of the Remedy Suggestions feature is to help you think of alternatives to the remedies listed in the rubric.
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