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Unique features of Synthesis Repertory

Quality • Precision • Flexibility • Reproducibility • Integration • Collaboration

Learn about the evolution of Synthesis from version 8 through to Treasure Edition...

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  • Kent's Treasure



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    The so called "Treasure" of Kent is most precious information which only now finds its way into a repertory. Kent's last additions were stolen, but were recuperated by Dr. Ahmed Currim (USA).

  • Vithoulkas View



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    The Vithoulkas repertory View 2006 has been made on the basis of the author references which George Vithoulkas (Greece) has selected among the sources used for Synthesis 9.1.

  • Sherr 5 provings



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    New information has been integrated about 5 provings by Jeremy Sherr (Tanzania)

  • Saine clinical information



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    Synthesis Treasure Edition includes additions from André Saine (Canada):
    800 additions to the Mind and Generals chapters and 1,500 additions to other Synthesis chapters.

  • New Concepts information



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    Synthesis Treasure Edition comes with new concepts information to optimize the use of the Concepts Finder.

  • Descriptions of pain restructured



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    The structure of the repertory has been simplified!

  • Description of pain - super-rubrics



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    In Synthesis 9.1, several descriptions of pain are now subrubrics of the same modality.

  • Streamlining of symptoms



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    The restructuring of the symptoms in Synthesis 9.1 necessitates optimal streamlining of the symptoms. This has the advantage that much more information is more easily found.

  • More coherent sorting of Synthesis



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    In harmony with the restructuring and the streamlining of symptoms, the sorting of symptoms in Synthesis 9.1 has been become more coherent and simplified.

  • New approach for printed version



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    Synthesis 9.1 will be printed in three parts because so much more information is being offered. However, the core repertory will remain one volume.

  • More effective translation program used



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    Our own translation program has become more effective to allow quicker and coherent translation into different languages.

  • New information in Synthesis



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    As Synthesis 9.1 has been released some months after Synthesis 9.0, it does contain additional information.

  • Boger-Bönninghausen Repertories integrated



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    The major Repertory work of these pioneer homeopaths has been fully integrated into Synthesis.

  • New Separate Repertories



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    A number of separate repertories, which can be used independently, accompany Synthesis 9. Most of this information has already been integrated into Synthesis as well.

  • Source information vastly increased



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    All Synthesis additions coming from the four b-bg repertories contain the original text of the source.

  • Remedies copied to analogous superrubrics



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    Remedies of subrubrics were copied to the analogous (similar) superrubrics in the Mind chapter.

  • Substantial new information



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    A lot of new information is presented, including classical sources and contemporary information.

  • Four New Concept Chapters



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    Concepts help you to more easily find symptoms in Synthesis. Four new concept chapters bring thousands of new concepts and a greater ability to find physical, mental, pediatric and Latent Psora symptoms.

  • A Dramatic Leap in Quantity over Synthesis 7



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    Synthesis 8 saw a big leap in new information entering the repertory.

  • Clinically Confirmed Experience



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    Synthesis brings the best of both worlds - classical and contemporary - provings and clinical confirmation.

  • Additions from Classical Sources



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    Extensive additions of all nosodes, including the bowel nosodes and more!

  • Unprecedented Access to New Provings



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    10,000+ Symptoms from the works of Jan Scholten and more contemporary masters!

 


Synthesis Treasure Edition Profile

Here you can see the detailed lists about the amount of information contained in Synthesis Treasure Edition

Remedies

  • Number of remedy occurrences: 1.069.724
  • Number of remedies described: 2.375
  • Remedy occurrences in degree 1: 819.148
  • Remedy occurrences in degree 2: 201.443
  • Remedy occurrences in degree 3: 48.659
  • Remedy occurrences in degree 4: 474
  • Average number of remedies per symptom: 7,66
  • Annotated remedy corrections (xxx): 707
  • Number of remedies in catalogue: 4.497
  • Number of remedies including synonyms in catalogue: 6.397

Authors

  • Number of author references: 1.787.994
  • Number of author references used: 905
  • Average number of authors per remedy: 1,66
  • Number of author references in catalogue: 3.827

Symptoms

  • Number of symptoms with remedies: 139.553

New information

  • Kent' Repertory remedy occurrences: 450.611
  • Remedy occurrences in addition to Kent: 616.376
  • Author occurrences in addition to Kent: 1.322.842
  • Remedy occurrences in addition to Synthesis 8.1V: 307.406
  • Author occurrences in addition to Synthesis 8.1V: 699.375
  • Remedies with more than 50 % new information (compared to Se8.1V): 473
  • New remedies (compared to Se8.1V): 115

Occurrences in addition to Synthesis 9.0

  • Remedy Occurrences in addition to Synthesis 9.0: 140.887
  • Author occurrences in addition to Synthesis 9.0: 282.210

Remedies compared to Se90

  • Remedies with more than 50 % new information (compared to Se90): 233
  • New remedies (compared to Se90): 72

Source information

  • Number of symptom notes: 9.599
  • Künzli symptom notes: 411
  • Detinis symptom notes: 155
  • Number of author notes: 488.692
  • Bönninghausen author notes (b247): 203.134
  • Boger author notes (bg2): 277.888
  • Materia Medica notes: 7.670
  • Number of Multimedia objects: 347
  • Sound files: 279
  • Pictures: 68

Linguistic tools

  • Number of cross-references: 17.783
  • Number of referring rubrics: 10.961
  • Number of concept chapters: 10
  • Number of concepts: 4.938
  • Number of symptoms contained in concepts: 54.360

Families information

  • Number of family chapters: 11
  • Number of families: 4.572

Number of remedies contained in families

  • 70.703

Synthesis reprint history

  • English Edition
    • 2004 August : Full Synthesis 9.1
    • 2006 February
    • 2007 January (Indian Edition)
    • 2007 May (9.1 Indian Edition)
    • 2007 October : Essential Synthesis 9.2E
    • 2008 April (Essential Synthesis Indian edition)
    • 2008 June (Essential Synthesis Indian edition)
    • 2009 January (Indian edition)
    • 2009 November (Essential Synthesis Indian edition)
  • German Edition
    • 2005 January
    • 2006 February
    • 2009 June (Synthesis 2009)
    • 2011
  • Spanish Edition
    • 2008 November (Essential Synthesis)
    • 2009 July (Essential Synthesis 9.2E)
  • French Edition
    • 2007 March (Hard cover)
  • Italian Edition
    • 2008 October (Essential Synthesis)
  • English Edition
    • 2001 September (hard cover + pocket size)
    • 2001 December (Indian edition)
    • 2002 September (medium edition)
    • 2003 January (desktop edition)
    • 2005 January (Indian edition)
  • French Edition
    • 2003 March (A5 format)
    • 2003 March (8.1)
    • 2009 July (8.1)
    • 2013 December (8.1)
  • German Edition
    • 2001 September
  • Italian Edition
    • 2003 October
  • English Edition
    • 1997 November (Indian edition)
    • 1998 September (hard cover)
    • 1998 November (Indian edition)
    • 2001 April (Indian edition)
  • German Edition
    • 1998 September (hard cover + pocketsize)
    • 1998 December (hard cover + pocketsize)
    • 2001 February (hard cover + pocketsize)
  • French Edition
    • 2000 December (hard cover)
  • German Edition
    • 1995 August (update loose leaf)
    • 1995 August (book)
    • 1996 February (book)
  • Italian Edition
    • 1998 September (hard cover)
  • Spanish Edition
    • 1998 November (Indian edition)
  • German Edition
    • 1993 August (loose leaf)
    • 1994 February (loose leaf)
  • English Edition
    • 1994 February (hard cover)
    • 1994 July (hard & soft cover)
    • 1995 February (hard & soft cover)
    • 1996 March (Indian edition)
  • Dutch Edition
    • 1995 April (Mind only)


 
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