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Law of Dosology
Electrohomoeopathy is a medical science of treating the constitution of the person. it is based upon the concept of three elements salt sulphur and mercury which is found in our body and whose imbalances leads to the "Vitiation of Blood and Lymph". To restore this imbalances, spagyric vegetable essence is provided to the sick person. The line of treatment is followed by mean of constitutional remedy, followed by the organic remedy which often followed by the palliative remedy. The diagnose done by mean of IRIS study.

There are four phases/conditions of the tissues.
  1. Acute
  2. Sub Acute
  3. Chronic
  4. Degenerative
And there is the rule given by the Mattei to select dose as per the following:
  1. "Greater the severity of the disease, the smaller should be the dose".
  2. "The More dilute the remedy, the more often it must be taken".
In the language of mathematics we can say dose is inversely proportional to the severity of the diseases (i.e Acute –Subacute-Chronic-Degenerative)

It is, frequently, proper to give several remedies to the patient; they must not be mixed, nor given at the same time, but alternated by giving, one part of the day, one of the other part of the day. Tubercles of lungs, for instance, require the use of anti- cancerous and pectorals; if there is a spitting of blood, a third remedy is added, chosen from the anti-angiotics.

The homoeopaths seek the remedy after the symptoms and form that the malady assumes, and say: for dropsy such a remedy ; for convulsions, such another remedy .This is not the method of electro-homoeopathy; for, the same forms of disease may arise from various causes. Thus , convulsions occasioned by worms, could not be treated by a remedy which rectifies the circulation and vice versa. Every dropsy should not be cured by one and the same remedy; that ,which cures dropsy of the belly, would not be suitable to dropsy of the heart or of the ovaries. But , in each of these cases, the remedy must be used, which has an elective action on the viscera become the seat of the effusion.

The action which each remedy, applied to the exterior on the economy, is the same with a degree of difference, as the action of the same remedy, taken internally; a congestion of the liver, for example, will be more quickly subdued ,if an external treatment is added to the internal, either by compresess or unctions of the same remedy,as given internally.

For the same reason, a diminished blood vessel or an aneurism, will be more promptly relived, if compresses or unctions are applied to the affected part, during the internal treatment.

If medicine does not work?
When no effect is obtained from a remedy, or the effect is slow in showing itself, one of the three following things is certain;

a) Either that the diagnosis is erroneous
b) The remedy consequently badly selected
c) The dose is wrong or not compatible to the severity of the disease.

The effect of the remedies can not fail, on condition that they are properly given and according to the rules of prescription.