Sankaran Miasmatic

 


Sankaran Miasmatic sankaran_miasmAnalysis
Dr. Rajan Sankaran has worked throughout the years of his practice to generate a system of homeopathy that gives consistent results. He has developed a powerful classification of remedy states into kingdoms and arrived at a unique understanding of the miasms – and in the process he has added new miasms to those already known.

 

Dr. Sankaran has assigned many remedy states to each Miasm, and developed a host of clinically useful insights with his approach to classification.

For an in depth study of his system, please refer to his books The Substance of Homeopathy and The System of Homeopathy.

 

The Miasmatic Spectrum below is an organizational, top-level view.

Acute
(Acon)

Panic

Typhoid
(Bry)

Critical

Psora
(Sulph)
Psor
Struggle

Malaria
(Chin)

Ringworm
(Calc-s)
Ringworm
Trying

Sycosis
(Thuj)
Med
Fixity

Infancy

Childhood
1-12

Teenager

Childhood
to
Middle age

25-35

35-50

Cancer
(Nit-ac)
Carc
Perfection

Tubercular
(Calc-p)
Bac
Change

Leprosy
(Secale)
Lepr
Isolation

Syphilis
(Merc)
Syph
Destruction

60 – 70

60 – 70

Old age

Beyond 80

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sankaran_plant_groupsThe grouping of remedies into the various miasms can be of benefit in practice, provided it is done with the following cautions:

“One has to know exactly what I mean by miasm, and by each of the different miasms. Please do not confuse this and the traditional use of the term.
With regard to plant remedies, a clearer understanding of why a particular plant is grouped in a particular miasm can be found in my book, An Insight into Plants.
Though I have grouped the remedies to the best of my knowledge, there is room for error. With further experience I have sometimes classified a remedy in a different miasm.

So this work should not be looked upon as a final word, but as an evolutionary process.
It must also be remembered that a remedy belonging to a particular miasm will have qualities of the miasm before and after it.
Many remedies are absent from this categorization because I am not yet sure where to place them, and have no applicable clinical experience. This fact must be kept in mind when using this material.”