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What Is Homeopathy

Author : Vinton McCabe
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The author explores both ways in which homeopathic remedies are used and the philosophy behind their use in a manner that is at once clear, concise, and entertaining. This is the one book that can answer all of your questions about homeopathic medicine - most important, "Will it work for me?"

What Is Homoeopathy

Author : S. R. Wadia
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A brief yet complete handbook on homoeopathy which covers A-Z knowledge regarding this art of healing. Includes evolution,working principles and limitations.

Homeopathy for Epidemics

Author : Eileen Nauman
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Homeopathy is a complementary form of medicine that has been practiced around the world since the 1700s. It heals on the basis of like cures like, calling upon our body's vital force to heal itself. In her new book, Eileen Nauman, herself a homeopathic practitioner with many years experience, offers homeopathy as the answer to the question, "What can we do in times of crises when modern medicine fails?" Homeopathy for Epidemics explains what homeopathy is and how it works. Well-researched background information on modern epidemics and potential bioterrorism dangers tells us what we might be dealing with. A detailed materia medica describes which homeopathic remedy could be the one that might save our lives. A comprehensive section on posttraumatic stress disorder helps us figure out what we can do to heal after we've lived through an epidemic or terrorist crisis. And a detailed index lets us find answers to our questions quickly and easily. With its wealth of information, Homeopathy for Epidemics is a must-have in these times of crises when our lives might depend on making the right choice.

Catching Good Health with Homeopathic Medicine

Author : Raymond J. Garrett
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What is Homoeopathy Third edition

Author : John EPPS (M.D.)
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Essential Homeopathy

Author : Dana Ullman, MPH
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Homeopathy, based on the simple principle of stimulating the body's own healing response, is more popular than ever. This book answers frequently asked questions, introducing readers to the practice and explaining which conditions respond best to homeopathic treatment. Homeopathy offers safe alternatives to more intrusive medical practices for treating digestive troubles, colds, flus, allergies, and headaches.

Homeopathy For Horses A Layperson s Guide

Author : Susan Shaw
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What is Homoeopathy

Author : J. T. Conquest
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The Complete Homeopathic Resource for Common Illnesses

Author : Dennis Chernin
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An accessible reference to homeopathic medicines introduces readers to their history and practical applications, in a step-by-step resource that makes recommendations for more than 150 common disorders and illnesses. Original.

Homeopathic Thinking What is Pseudo Homeopathy

Author : Pal Dragos
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Self-determination (autonomy) in contrast to lack of self-determination (heteronomy) is today already an urgent necessity with regards to the powers of self-healing. This is especially true for those who do not exclusively wish to submit themselves passively to collective, conventional (allopathic) medical care. Homeopathic treatment, as a configuration of forces, requires a distinct way of thinking, both on the part of the homeopaths as well as the patients, which can be learned by anyone. With regards to health, however, this way of thinking differs considerably from the one-sided materialistic views in the media. This book also serves as an introduction to the general view of the human being which is the basis for homeopathy and is necessary in order to lead a full and prosperous lifestyle. With the themed concept "pseudo-homeopathy," the author issues the warning that many homeopathic methods of treatment used today can sooner harm than help. In order to help you better familiarise yourself with homeopathic thinking, you will find a list of press releases on the topic of homeopathy in the appendix of the book, all of which were published by the Growth-trend Research Institute.

What is Homeopathy

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Author : Rima Handley
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Homeopathy is essentially a natural healing process in which the remedies assist the patient to regain health by stimulating the body's natural healing forces.

The Patient s Guide to Homeopathic Medicine

Author : Robert W. Ullman
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This book explains the process of homeopathic treatment from the patient's point of view. It provides everything a patient needs to know to make the most of their homeopathic treatment. The book discusses what homeopathy is and how it works, the homeopathic interview, the medicines and the course of treatment, and provides definitive answers for the many questions that patients ask about homeopathy.

Allopathy and Homeopathy Before the Judgement of Common Sense

Author : Frederick Hiller
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Hiller argued that homeopathic methods gave results superior to those of allopathic methods and was the new medicine. Biography of Samuel Hahnemann and his development of homeopathic medicine. Hiller compared the mortality rates of allopathic methods and homeopathic methods in the cholera epidemic in St. Louis and of medical problems in other cities. Homeopathic practice had lower mortality rates.


Author : Jay W. Shelton
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The popularity of homeopathy has been increasing dramatically both in America and worldwide. Annual world sales of homeopathic remedies are approaching two billion dollars. In this thorough examination of homeopathy, physicist Jay W. Shelton analyzes the history, the remedies, the logical inconsistencies, and the effectiveness of this popular alternative medicine.Invented by German physician Samuel Hahnemann (1755-1843), homeopathy is based on two key principles: (1) the law of similars-symptoms induced in healthy volunteers after ingestion of a substance are the same symptoms in sick people that this substance will cure; and (2) the concept of potentization-the most diluted remedies have the greatest curative power. Shelton clearly shows that although these principles may have had the ring of science in the early 19th century, they are not well supported by today's science.And yet, most patients who visit homeopaths are better afterwards. Homeopaths assume the remedies are the cause. Shelton finds explanations based on known science to be better supported by the evidence. Unassisted natural healing, changes in lifestyle urged by the homeopath, the placebo effect, and cessation of harmful treatments are more probable causes of improved health.This being the case, he pursues the question why so many people continue to believe that the remedies themselves are responsible. Among the contributing factors Shelton notes: the plausible-sounding explanations of homeopathic theory, a fundamental misunderstanding among homeopaths of science and its methods, and, ultimately, the poor quality of education in critical thinking and science.This reasoned, balanced, and in-depth assessment will interest both homeopaths and conventional medical practitioners, as well as consumers curious about a well-known and much-publicized alternative medicine.Jay W. Shelton, Ph.D. (Santa Fe, NM), is a Harvard-educated physicist, a teacher of physics and physical sciences at Santa Fe Preparatory School, and president of Shelton Research.

Homeopathy in Primary Care

Author : Bob Leckridge
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An introductory text for primary care practitioners which enables them to begin applying homeopathy in their everyday practice. The principles of homeopathy are covered clearly, and issues relating specifically to the integration of homeopathy in the primary care setting are discussed, drawing on the author's long experience of teaching and working in this area. Presents a full, clear and easily assimilable knowledge base from which to start applying homoeopathy in primary care Information is specially geared towards the needs of primary care team members in the UK and USA THE most up-to-date book for doctors interested in integrating homoeopathy into their practice Written by a teacher, practitioner, and GP of considerable experience and authority

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.

Natural Remedies Collection Homeopathy and Tea Cleanse

Author : Kim Fong
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With This Natural Remedies Collection Know All There Is To Know On Homeopathy and Tea Cleanse Start Your Tea Diet Today And Start Losing Those Excess Pounds To Get That Flat Belly You've Always Wanted! When it comes to losing weight, a lot of people mostly just choose to drink green juices, or stop eating what they think is making them fat. However, one thing that most people fail to consider that can help them is tea. Tea contains amazing catechins that can easily flood the bloodstream, and get rid of toxins in your body, making sure that you get to absorb the nutrients you need—and that you lose up to 10 pounds each week! Tired of the side effects of conventional and its annoying pills to take each and everyday? Want to take a look at alternative medicines?Then homeopathy is a great start and especially this book! This book will help you discover the history and uses of homeopathy as well as its benefits. Homeopathy is a rather unconventional form of treatment that takes into consideration the person's whole mental and bodily type along with the symptoms of the condition. The simple principle followed by this form of treatment is that the symptoms of an illness caused by a substance will be cured by giving the patient the same substance in the form of homeopathic medicines. Here are a few points covered in the book: •Secrets of Getting Flat Belly with the Help of Tea, and How the Tea Cleanse Diet Works •Detoxing with the Help of Tea + A Great Tea Schedule You Could Follow •Tea and Metabolism and Its Other Benefits that Could Motivate You to Continue the Diet •Homeopathy for depression •Homeopathy and Pregnancy •Homeopathy for infertility •Homeopathy and Obesity Get This book Today and Start your journey towards a more natural way of living your day to day life.

Homeopathy Reconsidered

Author : Natalie Grams
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Homeopathy is over 200 years old and is still experiencing an uninterrupted influx of new practitioners and patients. Many patients and therapists swear by this "alternative healing method", which in some countries is even financed by health insurances. This seems completely incomprehensible to critics: For them it is clearly evident that homeopathy is hopelessly unscientific and has at best a placebo effect. The positions of supporters and opponents seem to be just as immutable as they are incompatible. This book answers some essential and fascinating questions: What remains of the founding ideas of homeopathy in 21st century medicine? Does it really work and, if so, how? Which of the original theories can we still apply today with a clear conscience and use for the benefit of patients and the healthcare system? Where does homeopathy have its limits and does it indeed need to be critically reconsidered and evaluated? The author has dealt with the points of criticism for years, but at the same time also takes seriously the wishes and concerns of patients who often feel insufficiently cared for by conventional medical practice. Against the background of her own personal history, her book attempts to bridge the gap between these two traditionally opposing camps.

The History of American Homeopathy

Author : John Haller
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Discover how homeopathic practice developed alongside regular medicine Explore the history of American homeopathy from its roots in the early nineteenth century, through its burgeoning acceptance, to its subsequent fall from favor. The History of American Homeopathy: The Academic Years, 1820-1935 discusses the development of homeopathy’s unorthodox therapies, the reasons behind its widespread growth and popularity, and its development during medicine’s introspective age of doubt and the emergence of scientific reductionism. Not only does the book explain homeopathy within the same social, scientific, and philosophic traditions that affected other schools of the healing art, but it also promotes a more integrative connection between homeopathy’s unconventional therapeutics and the rigors of scientific medicine. The History of American Homeopathy examines the work of Samuel Hahnemann, the founder of homeopathy—the development of his and other practitioners’ theories, and the factors in the growth and later withering of acceptance. You’ll learn the reasons behind homeopathy’s wave of popularity in nineteenth-century America and the impact of regular medicine’s shift to rationalistic system-theories and laboratory science on homeopathy. Discover how homeopathy emerged from the system-theories of the late eighteenth century; the mounting ideological differences within this unorthodox health art; its destructive internal feuds; and the factors that led to the eventual turning over of homeopathies to regular medicine. The History of American Homeopathy answers questions such as: how did the state of medicine in the early nineteenth century facilitate the public acceptance of Hahnemann’s theories? what were the relationships between regualr medicine and homeopathy? what tensions surfaced between academic and domestic homeopathy? how did homeopathic medical schools emerge, and what were their regional and philosophical distinctions? what was the impact of scientific medicine on homeopathy? what were the reasons for the growing division between the liberal wing of homeopathy and the more conservative Hahnemannians, and what effect did it have on the movement? The History of American Homeopathy: The Academic Years, 1820-1935 is an informative, insightful exploration of homeopathy’s roots that is valuable for medical historians, history students, homeopaths, alternative medical organizations, holistic healing societies, homeopathic study groups, homeopathic seminars and courses, and anyone interested in homeopathy.