Until recently, various attempts have been made to simplify the prescription process in homoeopathic prescribing. The doctrine of signatures, miasmatic theory, the homoeopathic repertory and more recently, kingdom analysis by authors such as Sankaran (1994) and Scholten (1993) are some of the attempts that have been made to understand the materia medica. With the materia medica constantly expanding and considering that plants make up a significant percentage of the materia medica (Kayne, 2006), it is evident that new systems of homoeopathic prescribing are continually needed to help practitioners both study the remedies and prescribe more accurately. The Solanaceae plant family are an important and well utilised plant family in homoeopathy (Vermeulen, 2004). The study conducted was a non empirical correlation study of the Solanaceae plant family’s natural history and general and mental symptoms manifested in Solanaceae remedies utilised in homoeopathy. A previously unexplored research paradigm was used in order to create a greater understanding of Solanaceae remedies utilised in homoeopathy. The book serves as a valuble resource for students and practitioners of homoeopathy.