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Tauto means Same.

Tautopathy (Tauto = same) is the method of curing or removing the bad effects of allopathic or conventional drugs by means of identical potentised drugs. For. e.g., If you are suffering from the bad effects or side-effects of Penicillin, you can use potentised Penicillin to remove its side effects. This idea has been confirmed clinically by large number of homeopaths and studied scientifically. Studies has shown that the potentised lead and potentised arsenic have been used to combat the bad effect of such poisoning respectively. The results have shown that such use of potentised substances can help remove the symptoms caused by the toxicity, by enhancing the elimination of the toxin from the tissues.
Tautopathy is not exactly homeopathy but it is pretty close to it.

Tautopathic drugs have following advantages -

1. They can be proved like homeopathic medicines and can be incorporated in homeopathic materia medica.

2. These medicines can be used on the principles of homeopathy too.

3. They can be used  to antidote or remove the bad effects of allopathic or conventional drugs.

Long term use of allopathic or conventional drugs has often been found to work as an obstruction in providing a cure using the most similar homeopathic medicines. The administration of tautopathic medicines can help remove such obstructions and can facilitate a cure. A tautopathic medicines is not just administered on the basis of history of known drug intake, but there should be definite guiding symptoms for the selection of a medicine.
As conventional medicine has progressed the chemicals and drugs used by it have become more stronger. The more stronger a drug, the more stronger are its side effects. The long term use in chronic diseases compounds this problem. Patients with chronic disease often come to homeopaths after taking conventional medicine for many years. By the time they arrive at our office, it is often difficult to discern which symptoms of the patient are due to the disease and which are due to the drugs. There is often a layer of drug-symptoms that needs to be removed before the 'similimum' can work effectively. The use of tautopathic medicines can help clear the case in many such cases. Tautopathy is an enhanced tool for the homeopaths to use in difficult cases coming to us from the allopathic table.

There is hardly any modern 'wonder-drug' that does not have any serious side-effects. One has to understand that the 'medicines' are not part of body's physiological requirement. The antibiotics, antipyretics, pain-killers, steroids - are all as foreign to the human body - as foreign as any other disease causing agent. The body reacts to the medicines in very much the same fashion as it reacts to the bacteria and viruses. So there is no wonder that the modern wonder-drugs, produce there own set of symptoms (drug-disease) when used for long time. Tautopathic medicines can play a vital role in countering such drug-disease or toxic symptoms produced by conventional drugs.

Preparation of Tautopathic Medicines:

Tautopathic Medicines are prepared by potentising the allopathic or conventional drugs in process of potentization used for homeopathic medicines, i.e., trituration and succussion. Both the decimal and centesimal scales are used.

Following are some Tautopathic medicines -

  1. ACTH

  2. Adrenalin

  3. Alloxan

  4. Aminophyllin

  5. Amphetamine

  6. Anti rabies vaccine

  7. Aspirin

  8. BCG

  9. Benadryl

  10. Bismuth

  11. Chloramphenical

  12. Chloroform

  13. Chlorpromazine hydrochloride

  14. Chlortetracyclin hydrochloride

  15. Codeinum

  16. Cortisone acetate

  17. D.D.T.

  18. Dimethycenlortac/Ledermycin

  19. Diphtheria antitoxin

  20. Diphenydanton

  21. Durabolin

  22. Ephedrine

  23. Ergotin

  1. Erythromycin

  2. Gammaexane

  3. Insulin

  4. Mytomycin

  5. Methionine

  6. Penicillin

  7. Phenobarbitonum

  8. Phenacetin

  9. Prednisolone

  10. Progesterone

  11. Quinine

  12. Rastinon

  13. Stilboestrol

  14. Streptomycin

  15. Sulphacetamide

  16. Sulphaguanidine

  17. Sulphanol

  18. Terramycin

  19. Tetracycline

  20. Thizamide

  21. Triple antigen

  22. Vitamin A, B, C, D, K

  DISCLAIMER: The information provided is for educational purposes only. It is not meant to diagnose or treat any health condition and is not a replacement for treatment by a healthcare provider.