The faulty prescriptions of more common remedies instead of more precise.
The best way to be successful in Homeopathy , is to realise that one has no right at all to make statements and conclusions, no matter how logic it may seem.
The descriptions of remedy pictures is often so sharply mentioned in our MM( without speaking of the interpretation) that one expects the same form in practice.
No, one should try to simplify the book descriptions and translate it all in our daily patient language. It is even worse that remedies are often presented is schools and seminars in caricatures, without any feeling with reality. It is pure logical , that if a student expects that a Platina woman masturbates 30 times a day, this remedy is wrongly looked at as extreme and seldom. Where in fact the truth is that it is often missed and more frequently should be thought of as regular polychrest. “
A woman who only wants to invite guests if everything is pico bello in house together with a history of a ( para ) ovarian cyst, is enough to prescribe Palladium for instance.
She wants to make a perfect impression on her guests.
The worse thing for her would be that her guests would talk about her as “ not perfect”.
So this attitude is not so seldom that Palladium should be wrongly reserved as a remedy that needs “ strong symptoms “ to be justified as a prescription.