Keynotes and Redline Symptoms

Keynotes and Redline Symptoms

  • A.D. von Lippe

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Overview

Concise sketches of the important remedies penned by one of homeopathy's most masterful prescribers.
India
275 pp hb

Contents

abrot -- 17-18
acet-ac -- 19-20
acon -- 21-23
Actaea racemosa -- 24-26
aesc -- 27-29
aeth -- 30-31
agar -- 32-35
agn -- 36-38
all-c -- 39-41
aloe -- 42-45
alumina -- 46-49
ambr -- 50-52
am-c -- 53-56
am-m -- 57-59
aml-n -- 60-62
anac -- 63-66
ang -- 67-69
anthr -- 70-71
ant-c -- 72-75
ant-t -- 76-81
apis -- 82-85
apoc -- 86-87
arg-m -- 88-90
arg-n -- 91-96
arn -- 97-101
ars -- 102-107
ars-met -- 108
arum-t -- 109-111
asaf -- 112-114
asar -- 115-116
aster -- 117-118
aur -- 119-122
bapt -- 123-126
bar-c -- 127-130
bell -- 131-136
benz-ac -- 137-139
berb -- 140-143
bismuth -- 144-146
blatta -- 147
bor -- 148-151
bov -- 152-155
brom -- 156-159
bry -- 160-165
cact -- 166-168
calad -- 169-171
calc-ar -- 172-173
calc -- 174-180
calc-p -- 181-184
calc-s -- 185-186
calen -- 187-188
camph -- 189-193
cann-i -- 194-197
merc-c -- 484-487
cann-s -- 198-202
canth -- 203-208
caps -- 209-214
carb-an -- 215-219
carb-v -- 220-228
carb-ac -- 229-231
card-m -- 232-233
casc -- 234-235
cast-eq -- 236
cast -- 236-237
caul -- 238-240
caust -- 241-248
cean -- 249
cham -- 250-254
chelinv255-259
chin -- 260-265
chin-ar -- 266-268
cic -- 269-272
cina -- 273-277
cinnb -- 78,339
cinnam -- 339
clem -- 280-283
coca -- 284-286
cocc -- 287-291
coff -- 282-286
colch -- 287-300
coll -- 301-303
coloc -- 304-307
con -- 308-312
cor-r -- 313-315
crat -- 316-317
croc -- 318-319
crot-h -- 320-323
croto-t -- 324-328
cupr-ar -- 329-330
cupr -- 331-334
cycl -- 335-340
dig -- 341-343
dios -- 344-346
diph -- 347
dros -- 348-350
dulc -- 351-353
echi -- 354
equis -- 355
erig -- 356
eup-per -- 357-359
euph -- 360
euphr -- 361-362
ferr -- 363-365
fl-ac -- 366-357
gels -- 358-371
glon -- 372-374
gnaph -- 375
goss -- 376
graph -- 377-381
guai -- 382-383
ham -- 384-386
hell -- 387-389
helon -- 390-391
hep -- 392-395
hydr -- 396-397
hyos -- 398-400
hyper -- 401
ign -- 402-406
iod -- 407-410
ip -- 411-414
kali-bi -- 415-419
kali-br -- 420-421
kali-c -- 422-427
kalm -- 428
kreos -- 429-432
lac-c -- 433-435
lac defloratum -- 436-437
lach -- 438-445
lat-m -- 446
laur -- 447-448
led -- 449-450
lil-t -- 451-453
lob -- 454-455
lyc -- 456-462
lyss -- 463-465
mag-c -- 466-468
mag-m -- 469-471
mag-p -- 472-473
mang -- 474-475
med -- 476-479
meli-a -- 480
meny -- 481-482
merc-k-i -- 483
merc-cy -- 488
merc-d -- 489
mercurius protoiodide -- 490-491
mercurius solubilis -- 492-496
merc-s -- 497
mez -- 498-499
mill -- 500-501
mosch -- 502-504
murx -- 505-506
mur-ac -- 507-510
naja -- 1-2
naphtin -- 3
nat-c -- 4-6
nat-m -- 7-12
nat-s -- 13-16
nit-ac -- 17-22
nitrum -- 23
nux-m -- 24-27
nux-v -- 28-25
olea -- 26-37
op -- 38-41
par -- 42-44
passi -- 45
petr -- 46-50
petros -- 51-52
ph-ac -- 53-58
phos -- 59-66
phys -- 67-68
phyt -- 69-72
pic-ac -- 73-74
plan -- 75
plat -- 76-79
plb -- 80-83
podo -- 84-88
puls -- 89-94
pyrog -- 95-97
rad-br -- 98-99
ran-b -- 100-101
ran-s -- 102
rat -- 103-104
rheum -- 105-106
rhod -- 107-109
rhus-t -- 110-116
rumx -- 117-118
ruta -- 119-120
sabad -- 121-122
sabin -- 123-125
samb -- 126-127
sang -- 128-131
sanicv132-134
sarr -- 135
sars -- 136-138
sec -- 139-142
sel -- 143-146
seneg -- 147-149
sep -- 150-157
sil -- 158-164
spig -- 165-167
spong -- 168-170
stann -- 171-175
staph -- 176-179
stram -- 180-185
stront-c -- 186-187
stry -- 188-189
sul -- 190-198
sul-ac -- 199-202
symph -- 203
syph -- 204-207
tab -- 208-211
tarent -- 212-213
tarent-c -- 214
tarax -- 215-216
tartarus emeticus -- 217-222
ter -- 223-226
teucr -- 227
ther -- 228-230
thlaspi -- 231
thuja -- 232-237
thyr -- 238
tril -- 239-240
tub -- 241-244
urt-u -- 245-246
uva -- 247
vacc -- 248
valer -- 249-251
vario -- 252-253
verat -- 254-259
verat-v -- 260-262
verb -- 263-264
viol-o -- 265-266
x-ray -- 267
yohim -- 268
zinc -- 269-275

Adoph Lippe, M.D.

(1812 - 1888)

Adolph Graf zur Lippe-Weissenfield was born May 11, 1812 near Goerlitz, in Prussia, and died on January 23, 1888 in Pennsylvania. Dr. Lippe was educated in Berlin and came to the United States in 1838. He first settled in Reading (Berks County), PA and set up pracrice.

To further his knowledge, in the fall of 1838 Lippe registered in the first and only homeopathic medical college in the world, the North American Academy of the Homeopathic Healing Art in Allentown, Pennsylvania, also known as the Allentown Academy.

On August 28, 1841 Lippe passed his final examination in front of Drs. Wesselhoeft, Detwiller, Freitag and Romig and graduated with a Doctorate in Homťopathic Medicine. Lippe said that "the possession of an Allentown diploma is an honor to its holder, as it was only obtained by worthy applicants. Many who tried to pass were rejected as incapable." The Allentown Academy closed soon after this and Lippe was their last graduate.

After this rigorous training, Lippe moved from Reading to Pottsville, PA in 1841 where he practiced with success and growing ability until 1844 when called to a larger field in Carlisle, PA. J. C Guernsey, the son of H. N. Guernsey, wrote in his rendering of the history of homeopathy in Pennsylvania that "by Dr. Lippe's labors in Carlisle and the neighboring counties where homeopathy was unknown, he opened a large field for our school."

Throughout this time, Dr. Lippe made a name for himself with his treatment of various epidemics common in the Cumberland Valley. Then in 1850 Lippe moved permanently to Philadelphia and took two gentlemen from Carlisle with him to pursue the study of homeopathy.

Dr. Lippe held the position of chair of Materia Medica at the Homeopathic Medical College of Pennsylvania from 1864-1869. He helped launch several of the best homeopathic journals ever to be published, including the Organon, the Hahnemannian Monthly, and the Homeopathic Physician. His unswerving commitment to pure homeopathy was unparalleled, even in his day!

Considered by many to be one of the most clinically successful homeopathic physicians in our great legacy, Dr. Lippe's multitudinous publications provide a blueprint for homeopathic practice. From his suggestions on how to study Materia Medica to his exposition of Hahnemannian homeopathy, Dr. Lippe gives us incontrovertible evidence of a highly successful homeopathic method.