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Orchid Children and Homoeopathy

Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.10, No. 2)

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Page : 1437-1439

Keywords : Orchid Children; Homoeopathy; Murphy Repertory;

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The orchid features regularly in Greek mythology. Firstly as a man named ‘Orchis’ who was said to have been born of a nymph and a satyr (half man half goat). It is reported that he disgraced himself by attempting to sexually assault a priestess, his punishment for this was to be ripped apart by wild animals, after which his form was shifted into the iconic plant known today as the Orchid. Orchids are the most sensual among all plants in their appearance, to touch and in their scents. In addition, women of Greek origin believed that they could determine the sex of their unborn infants with the roots of the Orchid. Children cases have the most fantastic results with homoeopathy. This article emphasis on history, origin, characteristics of orchid children and rubric related to it present in Murphy’s repertory which will help in selection of simillimum in such cases.

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