Creating Waves of Awareness
Every Homoepathic Doctor do know that miasm is an essential part of Homoeopathic prescription. But, the definition, method of clinical application, presenting symptomatology and the like are continuing to be a matter of conflict and confusion.
Identification of the predominant miasm is by the presence of a specific group of symptoms. If we are selecting a simillimum on the basis of symptom totality, then the medicine coming up might be one in which that miasm is predominant. Then, what is meant by a miasmatic prescription ?
Where exactly in Hahnemann's writings we can read about the Clinical application of Miasm ?