To facilitate comparisons between remedies, this book uses a list of important mental, physical, general and reactive criteria by which each remedy is measured. The mental criteria are: Introvert/Extrovert, Will, Intellect, Morals, Sensitivity, Emotional Reactions and Conscience. The physical are: Physical make up, Hair, Face type, Height, Muscle fiber, Build and Posture. The generals criteria are: Speed, Activity, Side Affection, Stability, Thermals, Thirst, Appetite, Sleep and Discharges. And the defense mechanism/disease make up: Psora, Sycosis and Syphilis. Together, these criteria provide a yardstick for a quick yet meaningful analysis of each remedy, so it is easier to learn and use them.