Everybody's guide to homeopathic medicines Paperback – Mar 10 1997
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Written by a medical doctor and a well-known homeopath, who has authored several books on the subject, this revised and expanded edition is a good introduction to the theory and practice of homeopathy. Intended for the lay reader, the bulk of the book details self-treatment options for common ailments. The authors take great care advising patients when professional medical intervention is warranted. For most consumer collections.
Copyright 1999 Reed Business Information, Inc.
"This book provides a clear, readable, accurate presentation of the principles of homeopathic treatment. It will help people decide when this important form of alternative medicine is appropriate and most like to be effective."
—Andrew Weil, M.D.
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I would not recommend this book - poorely wriiten, very small fonts, hard to read and understand, very disorganized layout. A comple waste of money & time.Published on Sept. 11 2013 by Munawar Rasheed
My homeopathic practitioner recommended this book, and it's been a treasured resource ever since--one of those books that has been so well used it has taken on the appearance of a... Read morePublished on Feb. 4 2004 by Rose Rosetree
This was the second book on homeopathy that I bought, and it quickly became the only book I use. I like its clear explanations, organization, and use of modalities in the... Read morePublished on Nov. 6 2003 by Allen Leigh
This book is my favorite homeopathic quick reference. I often find the right remedy just by looking in here and not digging further.Published on Aug. 26 2002 by R. Brown