A Guide to the Methodologies of Homeopathy

Author: Ian Watson

Publisher: Cutting Edge Publications

ISBN:

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 144

View: 170

A concise and practical guide to the range of different ways of prescribing using homeopathy. Suitable for homeopathic students and practitioners at all levels, this revised edition has been updated with the addition of several new chapters. The material is illustrated with case histories throughout and contains many suggestions and ideas not found in any other homeopathic book.

Principles and Practice of Homeopathy

The Therapeutic and Healing Process

Author: David Owen

Publisher: Singing Dragon

ISBN:

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 456

View: 157

This comprehensive textbook provides a detailed, practical and thorough basis for the understanding and application of the homeopathic process. Drawing on the experience and knowledge of a wealth of contributors, the book offers the foundations for the safe and broadest practice of modern homeopathy. Divided into 6 sections, this book takes the understanding of homeopathy from basic principles to the treatment of acute and chronic illnesses, the first prescription, and difficult, confused and hidden cases. Each section progresses through five themes broadly divided into philosophy, material medica, case taking, case analyses and case management. Each theme is woven together through the text and, section by section, builds into an essential study guide for the homeopathic student. It provides opportunities for reflection, and invites all practitioners to engage in their own personal and professional development.

The Tao of Homeopathy

Author: Ian Watson

Publisher: Cutting Edge Publications

ISBN:

Category: Homeopathy

Page: 104

View: 247

The American Institute of Homeopathy Handbook for Parents

A Guide to Healthy Treatment for Everything from Colds and Allergies to ADHD, Obesity, and Depression

Author: Edward Shalts, M.D., D.Ht.

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN:

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 384

View: 798

The American Institute of Homeopathy (AIH) is the oldest medical organization in the United States, founded three years before the American Medical Association. The American Institute of Homeopathy Handbook for Parents is the first AIH publication that offers another option for parents who are reluctant to participate in the widespread extreme measures of conventional medicine such as stimulants, antidepressants, and overuse of antibiotics. Step-by-step Edward Shalts, a medical doctor who practices homeopathic medicine, explains what homeopathy is and how it works. He presents a user-friendly overview of acute and chronic issues and shows how parents can deal with them, either on their own for some problems, or in many cases, with a qualified practitioner. This important resource explains the principles of homeopathy, the nature of remedies, and the appropriate time to use homeopathy.

Homeopathy

An A to Z Home Handbook

Author: Alan V. Schmukler

Publisher: Llewellyn Worldwide

ISBN:

Category: Health & Fitness

Page: 351

View: 578

Effective, safe, affordable, and free of chemical side effects-the benefits of homeopathy are endless! Already established in the national health care systems of England, France, and the Netherlands, homeopathic treatments are used by over five hundred million people worldwide. Alan Schmukler's Homeopathy discusses the history and science of this alternative medicine and provides a comprehensive list of proven remedies-safe for people and animals. Packed with homeopathic treatments for arthritis, colds, food poisoning, insomnia, Lyme disease, morning sickness, wounds, and a host of other ailments and injuries, this handy reference guide also includes information on homeopathic immunization and first aid. Schmukler gives helpful instructions for matching remedies with symptoms, ingesting them correctly, making remedies at home, and stretching your supply. Praise: "This book is a joy to read, easy to understand, comfortable to use. Whether you are a neophyte or an old-hand in your knowledge of homeopathy, you will benefit from having this book in your library. It is one of the most comprehensive acute care books on the market." LILIPOH Magazine "Schmuckler's handbook is a comprehensive modern look at the 200 most commonly used remedies that should help satisfy everyone's health questions through homeopathy." Alive Magazine "Heaven forbid we should find ourselves responding to a life-threatening or cataclysmic event, but if we did, this book would be a godsend! Alan believes homeopathy is 'magical, exciting, and empowering.' Having his book, already dog-eared and visibly well-loved, certainly makes me feel empowered!" Homeopathy Today

The Prescriber

Author: John Henrik Clarke

Publisher: Beekman Publishers

ISBN:

Category:

Page: 382

View: 407

Guide to Homoeopathy

Author: Martin Coventry

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Homeopathy

Page: 244

View: 599

Guide to Homoeopathy forms part of a series of informative handbooks, presenting everyday information in a clear and informative manner. Traditional medicine acknowledges the worth of complimentary medicine, such as homoeopathy, and often combine together to produce a holistic approach. This concise guide is three parts. The first part describes the methodology and history. Part two is an A to Z selection of over 200 remedies and their preparation with the third part detailing common ailments and conditions.

Materia Medica of New and Old Homeopathic Medicines

Author: David S. Riley

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 250

View: 978

David S. Riley’s interest in the history, methodology, and results of homeopathic drug provings came from his study of homeopathy at the Hahnemann College of Homeopathy in Albany, California. The 69 drug homeopathic drug provings published here are the result of his investigation of the research methods of homeopathic drug provings that form part of the basis for prescribing in homeopathy. In Dr. Hahnemann’s time the method by which the treatment profiles of homeopathic remedies were determined was called provings, after the original German word Prüfung, which means "test." Scientific research methods have evolved from the early days of homeopathy and Dr. Riley, in an attempt to improve transparency and reduce bias, has incorporated elements of contemporary research methods such as randomization, blinding, and formal good clinical practice guidelines (GCP) into homeopathic drug provings, while adhering to the general guidelines suggested by Dr. Hahnemann and used by homeopathic practitioners and researchers around the world.

Homeopathic Practice

Author: Steven B. Kayne

Publisher:

ISBN:

Category: Medical

Page: 360

View: 624

Homeopathic Practice uniquely approaches the subject of homeopathy by demonstrating how the theoretical principles underpinning practice directly translate to day-to-day practice. Contributions from international experts highlight how homeopathy is practised in a variety of different environments around the world. Case studies and personal accounts demonstrate the wide breadth of involvement in homeopathic practice.