New information in Synthesis

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

The main difference between version 9.0 and 9.1 is the streamlining and restructuring of the symptoms. While this process was occurring, other collaborators have continued adding information to Synthesis.

The major new remedies in Synthesis 9.1 (so not yet existing in Synthesis 9.0) are: Ancistrodon piscivorus (Michael Thompson, Ireland); Bellis perennis spagyricus (Louise Deacon and Alan Ribot-Smith, England); Bothrops atrox (Michael Thompson); Chlamydia trachomatis (Richard Boocock et al., England); Heroinum (Janet Snowdon, England); Loxosceles laeta (Michael Bonnet, England); Lignum naufragium helvetiae (Mary English, England); Oxyuranus scuttellatus - taipan snake (Paul Masci and Philip Kendall, USA); Petroleum raffinatum (Nandita Shah, India); Spectrum (Gill Dransfield, England); Taosca aqua (Anne Irwin, Ireland); Thallium (Jeremy Sherr, England) and Threskiornis aethiopica - the holy ibis (Elisabeth Schulz, Germany).

161 remedies contain more than 50 % extra information as compared to Synthesis 9.0. The most important ones are: Aesculus glabra, Bothrops lanceolatus, Calcarea hypophosphorosa, Dulcamara*, Ferrum aceticum, Glycerinum, Guaco, Indolum, Kalium sulphuricum*, Lappa arctium, Latrodectus mactans, Mentholum, Mercurius praecipitatus ruber, Myrtus communis, Naphthalinum, Pilocarpinum, Plumbum aceticum, Polygonum hydropiperoides, Quassia amara, Radium bromatum, Ruta*, Sanguinarinum nitricum, Solidago, Spongia*, Stellaria media, Strophanthus hispidus, Triticum vulgare*, Vanilla aromatica*, Xerophyllum asphodeloides and Zincum valerianicum.
The remedies with an "*" now also contain extended proving information from Peter Friedrich, Germany.