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Homeopathic Case History Booklet

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This homeopathic case history booklet is ideal for use during consultation and treatment in the homeoppathic sphere, allowing all information relating to a patient to be recorded. With many pages of useful questions and tables for recording of data, this will be a useful tool for any homeopathic practitioner

Homeopathic Case History Booklet

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Homeopathy The Great Riddle

Author : Richard Grossinger
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This is a wonderfully succinct book which sets forth the history, essence, and methodology of homeopathy. The book is well organized in 5 major sections. There is a very thorough overview of the precepts and tenets of the practice, its historical origins, a detailed and well-covered biography of Samuel Hahnemann and a review of the politics of the allopathy v. homeopathy debate. It is further embellished with copious annotations, an appendix with an actual case history and a very fine reference for homeopathic resources such as organizations, suppliers and other texts covering a variety of related topics. Call it a perfect Homeopathy 101 text if you will, the author makes a very even-handed presentation of the material, including the politics of medicine as they have evolved in the USA over the past century.

Case Taking

Author : Alastair C. Gray
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Magic of the Minimum Dose Case Histories by a World Famous Homoeopathic Doctor

Author : Dorothy Shepherd
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Dr Dorothy Shepherd had wide experience both in Harley Street and in clinics in the poorer parts of London. Although she had leanings towards Homoeopathy during her student years, it was not until she visited the world-famous Dr J. T. Kent in the USA, and experienced great benefit from this therapy that she fully adopted this method of treatment in her practice. Having embarked upon a career as a Homoeopath she studied the subject deeply and the more she learned the more she became convinced that it is the finest method of dealing with every type of ailment. Being a true healer she believed that every sufferer should know of Homoeopathy and in order to make it more widely known she wrote Homoeopathy for the First Aider which gives simple instructions for the treatment of injuries and common ailments. This book was an immediate success and she then decided to record her experiences in dealing with more serious illness and this book, The Magic of the Minimum Dose followed.

Homoeopathy

Author : A. C. Dutta
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Homeopathic Medicine

Author : Lyle W. Morgan
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Discover how homeopathic remedies can be used as a gentle first aid treatment for a wide variety of illnesses and injuries.

The Complete Book of Homeopathy

Author : Michael Weiner
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The authors describe the history of homeopathy and offer illuminating case studies, specific remedies, and practical applications. Increasingly, the scientific and medical communities are accepting homeopathy as a legitimate complementary therapy--and this book stands as the most professional, up-to-date guide on the practice currently available.

Homeopathic Medicine

Author : Christine Adams, Ph.D. M.D.
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DISCOVER THE TRUTH BEHIND HOMEOPATHY, HOW IT WORKS AND IF IT DOES INCLUDES HOMEOPATHIC REMEDIES FOR OVER 100 COMMON DISORDERS In this comprehensive book on homeopathic medicine you will learn about: -The History of Homeopathic Medicine -The Rise, Fall and Resurgence of Homeopathy -How Homeopathic Remedies Are Made -How Homeopathic Remedies Work -Homeopathic Case-taking -How to Select a Homeopathic Remedy -An Introduction to Homeopathic Remedies -Constitutional Homeopathic Medicine -Homeopathic Treatment of Common Disorders Simply scroll up and click the BUY button to instantly download your copy

Evolution of Homoeopathic Repertories and Repertorisation

Author : Jugal Kishore
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Dr Kishore explains how the repertory evolved, starting with Hahnemann, through Boenninghausen and eventually to Kent. Each repertory is based on a conception as to how to approach a case and to use each repertory with skill it is necessary to know the thinking behind it. This book compares the repertories showing both similarity and differences between the major approaches. The book is a compilation of the history of the birth, growth and development of various homoeopathic repertories. There is detailed mentioning of lesser known repertories and some of the older repertories which are not accessible to most of us for, eg: Jahr's New manual of Symptomencodex; Alien's General Symptom Register of Homoeopathic Materia Medica; Field's Card Repertory, etc. The author has given several illustrative examples from his own experience or from our old masters at various places. The author has critically analysed the Boeninghausen's and the Kent's Repertory and has highlighted many shortcomings. He has made various suggestions to improve our repertories. In addition there is a very thoughtful discussion of case taking and evaluation of symptoms. A major part of the book is case examples using the different repertories and illustrating the approach used with each one. This book would be of great value to every homeopath. Features: Elaborate discussion on the birth, growth and development of various repertories; Enumeration and comparison of various repertories; Guidance for proper case taking, evaluation of symptoms and different ways of analysis of the indicated remedies; Reportorial analysis with case demonstrations.

The Companion to Homoeopathy

Author : Colin Griffiths
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Homoeopathy is an extraordinarily powerful system of healthcare because of its ability to treat people on all three levels- body, mind and spirit. While orthodox medicine treats the physical body, there are frequently mental, emotional and spiritual blocks that might inhibit a patient's recovery. Homoeopathy treats the whole person, taking into account their personal history, environmental factos both current and historical, and their hereditary propensity to be vulnerable to particular illnesses or conditions. This comprehensive guide answers many of the questions raised by patients, with examples and case histories. It addresses many controversial issues, including immunisation and the use of mind-altering drugs, and even encompasses the role of the spirit, consciousness and karma.

Homeopathic Medicine At Home

Author : Maesimund B. Panos
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Homeopathic Medicine at Home This one-volume compendium of homeopathic information includes the history of homeopathy, an explanation of its principles, and advice on dosage. A full pharmacopoeia of natural remedies for common ailments and injuries, it also contains sections on homeopathy for children and pets. It covers the history and use of homeopathy in the home. It covers a wide variety of aspects of illness and homeopathy and chapters cover the following: What is Homeopathy? A Homeopathic Physician at Work Your Home Remedy Kit What to Do for Accidents In Case of Emergency How to Prevent and Treat Colds, Coughs and Earaches Remedies for Stomach and Bowel Problems A Happier Baby with Homeopathic Care Your Growing Child What Homeopathy Can Do for Women Keeping Your Pets Healthy Remedies and their Abbreviations Mini-Repertory Materia Medica

When Technology Fails

Author : Matthew Stein
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There’s never been a better time to “be prepared.” Matthew Stein’s comprehensive primer on sustainable living skills—from food and water to shelter and energy to first-aid and crisis-management skills—prepares you to embark on the path toward sustainability. But unlike any other book, Stein not only shows you how to live “green” in seemingly stable times, but to live in the face of potential disasters, lasting days or years, coming in the form of social upheaval, economic meltdown, or environmental catastrophe. When Technology Fails covers the gamut. You’ll learn how to start a fire and keep warm if you’ve been left temporarily homeless, as well as the basics of installing a renewable energy system for your home or business. You’ll learn how to find and sterilize water in the face of utility failure, as well as practical information for dealing with water-quality issues even when the public tap water is still flowing. You’ll learn alternative techniques for healing equally suited to an era of profit-driven malpractice as to situations of social calamity. Each chapter (a survey of the risks to the status quo; supplies and preparation for short- and long-term emergencies; emergency measures for survival; water; food; shelter; clothing; first aid, low-tech medicine, and healing; energy, heat, and power; metalworking; utensils and storage; low-tech chemistry; and engineering, machines, and materials) offers the same approach, describing skills for self-reliance in good times and bad. Fully revised and expanded—the first edition was written pre-9/11 and pre-Katrina, when few Americans took the risk of social disruption seriously—When Technology Fails ends on a positive, proactive note with a new chapter on "Making the Shift to Sustainability," which offers practical suggestions for changing our world on personal, community and global levels.

Case Taking

Author : Alastair C. Gray
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This book offers a thorough description of the history of homeopathy, and a glimpse into its future. The author faces contentious issues directly, and questions existing standards with rigour. It leaves the reader impatient to discover what gems the remaining six books in the series will contain. Dr Isaac Golden, Australia Al Gray navigates the often turbulent waters of different homeopathic gurus in a refreshing way. No doubt those whose systems he describes will find a sympathetic yet critical examination of their approaches. This is a breath of fresh air, it is not the voice of the apologist or sycophant but rather a considered critical examination of some of the greatest influences upon modern homeopathic practice. Susanna Shelton, NZ The art of taking the case is much neglected in homeopathy but certainly not by Alastair C. Gray. This encyclopaedic approach to the subject is a major contribution to homeopathic literature. Dr Brian Kaplan, UK If I had this book during my days as a homeopathy student, I would not have taken such a muddled path to acquire my homeopathic case taking skills! This book on Homeopathic Case taking by Alastair Gray is going to be on the compulsory books listed for my BHMS students. Dr Suriyakantun Osman, Malaysia

American Journal of Homoeopathic Materia Medica and Record of Medical Science

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Psyc Hom

Author : Parveen SHARMA
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PECULIARITY AND UTILITY OF THEPROPOSED BOOK - PSYCHOMThe book PSYCHOM is different from prevailing books now a daysin respect that it provides a glimpse into intricacies of ailing humanmind to homoeopathic clinicians and scholars in their own requiredcontext to enhance their skills in dealing with a general cases havingmental symptoms as well as a psychiatric cases having exclusivemental symptoms. This knowledge involves the way of questioning,the interpretation of data of case taking into qualified symptoms andrubrics, to know beforehand the group of medicines for variouspsychiatric disorders on the basis of mapping of psychiatric symptomsin homoeopathic repertories to know the commonly indicatedmedicines for them in general and also the mapping of individualisticsymptoms of personal history of case taking format, to get help toselect most similar medicines and thereafter confirming the selectedremedy on the basis of constitution, temperament, occupation andmiasmatic influence of the patient in question. This provides holisticinstrument in the dealing of case with mental symptoms. Therefore I strongly recommend study of this book by homeopathic students and professionals.

The American Journal of Homoeopathic Materia Medica and Record of Medical Science

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The Book of Herbal Wisdom

Author : Matthew Wood
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Hailed as a “classic” by leading herbalist Rosemary Gladstar, this botanical compendium provides a wide-ranging history of herbalism and useful guidance for healing with herbs Matthew Wood is one of the United States’ most renowned herbalists and the author of Seven Herbs: Plants as Healers, a watershed book in teaching herbal healing as a part of total wellness. With The Book of Herbal Wisdom, he continues and expands this study, creating a must-read guide for anyone who works in the natural health field or is interested in self-healing with herbs. Wood creates a vast and sweeping history of herbalism, drawing on Western botanical knowledge, homeopathy, Traditional Chinese medicine, and Native American shamanic botany. Detailing the history and use of more than forty plants, he shows how each tradition views a plant, as well as its use in cases drawn from his own herbal and homeopathic practice. An initial section describes signatures, similar, and patterns in these traditions, and elements, temperaments, and constitutions. Wood has two objectives: to demonstrate how herbal medicines are agents of healing and wisdom, and to give the reader a useful catalog of plants for medicinal uses. His clinical observations of his patients bear the wry wisdom of the country doctor; his love of plants is evident in lush botanical descriptions, which show the connection between remedies—whether homeopathic, Chinese, or Native American—and the plants from which they are derived. An introduction to centuries of lore about healing from indigenous traditions, The Book of Herbal Wisdom integrates and describes North American Indian medicine, homeopathy, Traditional Chinese Medicine, and Western herbalism like no other contemporary botanical compendium.

Lectures on Homeopathic Philosophy

Author : James Tyler Kent
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As increasing numbers of people turn to alternative healing practices, this classic text on the science and art of homeopathic medicine remains ever relevant. Written at the turn of the twentieth century by a distinguished physician, its concepts of health and healing are still ahead of our time. Dr. Kent summarizes, interprets, and systematizes the traditions of homeopathy, offering insights into the essential characteristics of the healing process: how to take a case history, how to study the case, how to establish the hierarchy of symptoms in determining the appropriate remedy--and above all, how to decide what to do after the first prescription, how to interpret the many reactions to therapy, and how to achieve a scientific understanding of a cure. This informative volume is must reading for any student or practitioner of homeopathy as well as any individual seriously interested in understanding the fundamental laws of health and healing.

Homeopathy in Essence

Author : Andrew James
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Designed to inspire and to motivate, Homeopathy in Essence provides a beautifully illustrated, easy to follow introduction to this popular area of study. The book begins with a history of homeopathy and the science behind its practice. Illustrated with numerous colour photographs, it provides readers with an introduction to the homeopathic constitution and remedy selection and goes on to concentrate on the treatment of common ailments. The book enthuses students and encourages further study by including fascinating information on the homeopathic first aid and travel kit as well as a detailed guide to further study and how to develop your interest. Written in an accessible style with numerous FAQs, case studies and summaries, Homeopathy in Essence is the perfect introduction for students on short courses and anyone considering a career in homeopathy. The book is also invaluable as a self help reference guide.