This book places the opportunity of showing the homeopathic profession the symptomatic pictures of a few recently proved drugs and a group of Nosodes known as 'Bowel Nosodes'. These were originally introduced to the medical fraternity by Dr Edward Bach. Dr Bach learned from his observation that the same treatment did not always cure the same disease in all patients, as patients reacted differently to the same disease condition. He studied patients in hospital and came to the conclusion that patients with a similar personality or temperament would often respond to the same remedy, whereas others of different types needed treatment for their cure although suffering from the same complaint. Like Hahnemann he also believed in the truth that treatment depends on the individuality of patients. Therefore, in this age of antibiotics, it is becoming more and more apparent that however useful they may appear to be, they are often accompanied by undesirable side-effects and can't treat one disease without generating another. These Bowel Nosodes & Sarcodes treat and cure the individual as a whole.