Synthesis 9.1V


 

Synthesis 9.1  – the Repertory you can rely upon

Synthesis was never meant to be a static book, written for all generations to come, forever the words locked onto the pages. It was never designed to be “cast in stone”, but to take on the role of a living, breathing document. It is a work in progress, continuously being updated, verified, and redefined.

Synthesis represents the fusion of the past with the present. It combines the tried and true historical findings of homeopathy with today’s influx of new findings by the Homeopaths of today (and tomorrow). Synthesis is unique in that a key fundamental philosophy is to never sacrifice quality for quantity.

Synthesis is the repertory of choice in homeopathic schools around the world.
It is used in more than 70 countries and is available in English, German, French, Italian, Portuguese, Dutch, and Spanish.

It is available both in a book version and at the heart of the homeopathy software RadarOpus. Although Synthesis as a book is quite outstanding, the real power and heart of this repertory rests in its ability to be tailored to the needs and discretion of the individual Homeopath. It is in the computerized version of Synthesis that this work meets this objective, and then exceeds it.

The Essential Synthesis
Based on the new Synthesis Treasure edition, but only all traditional, well known authors are included.
No author references, as only reliable authors used.
Larger font size
Includes special veterinary chapter
Approximately 2000 pages, 38 Chapters
Ideal for students and more traditional working homeopaths.
Ideal to carry with you to a seminar or home visit.

Included are all 11.000 corrections of Kent’s Treasure + Kent’s newly discovered additions.
The Essential Synthesis contains Kent’s Treasure: Kent’s personal annotations, written into his personal copy of his own repertory.
The Treasure contains a total of 11,368 additions and corrections – and also includes 333 hand-written additions that Kent made in his personal copy of Hering’s Guiding Symptoms.

Also available for the first time in printed form is a chapter of veterinary information – all veterinary symptoms, all the remedies of veterinary origin, and a list of veterinary concepts leading to related symptoms.