Welcome to the Homeopathic
Mini-repertory App!

This app has been developed using the experience of medical homeopaths worldwide who have responded to requests for help by COVID-19 patients.  As is often the case in epidemics, a small number of remedies are perceived to be helpful by a large proportion of patients.  This app is designed to facilitate choice between the ten which have been found to be the most common, Arsenicum album, Belladonna, Bryonia alba, Camphora, Gelsemium sempervirens, Hepar sulphuris, Nux vomica, Phosphorus, Pulsatilla and Rhus toxicodendron.   Background information is give in a separate document of the Liga Medicorum Homeopathica Internationalis (LMHI).

This app is provided for information only and no specific outcome is warranted. Homeopathic medicines are safe provided their use does not delay proper medical care.  Homeopathy should only be used as an addition to usual medical care. Every patient should consult a doctor when feeling ill or if health deteriorates. It is still unclear from the current data whether homeopathy as an adjunctive treatment will be helpful in any way to the patient with COVID-19 complaints. Clicking NEXT and using this app confirms that you have read and understood this paragraph.

Enter the symptoms which the patient currently shows, selected from the list presented. Research has measured the relationship between each symptom and the response to each remedy, specifically in COVID-19 patients. This information is used to calculate the best match to the current presenting symptoms.

Note: start clicking on the most important or strongest symptom, then click on the second most important/strongest symptom, and so on. You can also remove a symptom if you or the patient have second thoughts about the (ordering of the) symptoms.

What are the symptoms?

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Tick the symptoms. If a medicine is indicated by the selected symptoms, it will show here.
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