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Isopathy is a corollary of causal medicine if the identical antigen is chosen after a successful search for the immediate cause of the disease under treatment. [1] The term Isopathy is derived from the Greek word 'Ios', which means 'equal'. It is often considered a subset of Homeopathy due to its use of potentisation and overlap of drug substances with homeopathy. It includes:

  • Using Nosode of the same infection from which the patient is suffering.
  • Prescribing one's own potentised discharges.
  • Prescribing the potentised allergen or any other causative agent.


  1. Young WW, Isopathy and Homoeopathy Their Relationship, The Journal Of American Institute Of Homoeopathy, 1935 Dec Vol XXVIII No 12
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