In homeopathic constitutional prescribing we look not only at the physical symptoms, but also at the mental and emotional state of the person, what the circumstances are surrounding the ailment, as well as what appears to make it better or worse. When recurring attacks are experienced for which acute remedies are selected which bring only partial relief or when they need to be often repeated, then a constitutional remedy is also worth considering. A remedy becomes constitutional when its homeopathic (like cures like) fit approaches close similarity to the person needing it. This is not dissimilar to the approach in acute prescribing, however it is in greater depth and takes an over-arching view of the person, asking. “what makes them tick; what kind of a person are they?”

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