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1879 marked the release of the first volume, Abies to Amoracea sativa. The second volume, Arnica to Bromium, was released in 1880 shortly before Hering's death. The subsequent volumes were completed by his students Raue, Knerr, and Mohr. They were as follows: vol. 3 (Bryonia to Chamomilla): 1881; vol. 4 (Chelidonium to Cubeba): 1884; vol. 5 (Cundurango to Helonias): 1887; vol. 6 (Hepar to Lachesis), vol. 7 (Lachnanthes to Natrum muriaticum): 1888; vol. 8 (Natrum phos. to Pulsatilla): 1889; vol. 9 (Ramanculus bulbosa to Stannum): 1890; vol. 10 (Staphisagria to Zizia): 1891.
Sadly, the book was not completed by Hering, (who died during proof-reading Cainca in Volume 3) but by his pupils, and thus contains innumerable questionable judgements about remedy and symptom grading says Kent: "The first two volumes were very good, but after the dear old man was taken from us the rest of the work was not up to standard and is full of foolish things. Though it is the best reference book of the present day, it is far from the perfect work needed." The information is a grand record of confirmed symptoms seen in over 50 years of practice. It is, with all its faults, an invaluable resource to the homeopathic practitioner and should be one of the first "larger" purchases when one is looking for a very complete materia medica.