During the Drugs Select Test, a comprehensive homeopathic assessment is conducted to determine the body's
sensitivity to drugs. The test follows a systematic procedure to gather data and analyze the response of the
patient's body. In comparison to subjective methods such as the "muscle ring test" or kinesiological testing
commonly employed for drug selection, the Drugs Select Test employs an objective instrumental approach to evaluate
changes in the patient's condition.
Here is a more detailed explanation:
Baseline Pulse Measurement: The test begins by measuring the patient's pulse rate at rest, which serves as
the baseline reference according to homeopathic principles.
Homeopathic Drug Application: In the second phase of the test, the patient holds the homeopathic drug in their hand and applies it to the solar plexus. This step is crucial as the homeopathic remedy indirectly affects the nerves of the solar plexus, in accordance with homeopathic principles.
Simultaneous Pulse Wave Recording: While the patient holds the homeopathic drug and applies it to the solar plexus, pulse waves are recorded using specialized instruments. These instruments capture the subtle changes in the pulse waveform, enabling a thorough analysis.
Pulse Wave Analysis: The recorded pulse waves from both the baseline measurement and during homeopathic drug application are meticulously analyzed. Various parameters of the pulse waves, such as amplitude, frequency, and shape, are compared and evaluated in accordance with homeopathic principles.
Conclusion and Assessment: Based on the analysis of the pulse wave parameters, conclusions are drawn regarding the potential effect of the homeopathic drug on the patient's condition.
By utilizing the Drugs Select Test with a homeopathic approach, healthcare providers can gain valuable insights into how a patient's body may respond to homeopathic remedies. This objective and instrumental method, rooted in homeopathic principles, offers a reliable and evidence-based approach for selecting appropriate homeopathic treatments and enhancing patient care.