Homeopathic Medicine for Children and Infants Paperback – Sep 8 1992
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From Library Journal
Although it's unlikely that this book will persuade many parents to try homeopathic remedies, it should be useful for those already convinced of the merits of this alternative method of medical care. Ullman, who has written two other books about homeopathic remedies ( Discovering Homeopathy , North Atlantic Bks., 1991. rev. ed.; Homeopathy: Medicine for the 21st Century , LJ 2/1/88), explains the system's principles, tells how to assess a child's symptoms, and lists some 78 childhood disorders along with their homeopathic remedies and a list of homeopathic manufacturers. This clearly written and well-organized work is recommended for libraries that collect in alternative medicine.
- Natalie Kupferberg, Montana State Univ. Lib., Bozeman
Copyright 1992 Reed Business Information, Inc.
“Dana Ullman has put together the clearest and most logical approach to the treatment of children's diseases and problems that I have seen. Parents will be delighted to have once again some control over their children's illnesses.”
—Lendon Smith, M.D., President, National Health Awareness Institute; author of Feed Your Kids Right
“The neglected factor in today's medical care is the innate healing potential of the human body. Homeopathic medicines stimulate this potential in a safe, effective, and inexpensive way. Parents who wish to enhance their children's health will be well advised to purchase and USE this book.”
—William Shevin, M.D., President, National Center of Homeopathy
“I have seen excellent results with homeopathy in my own patients and family. Dana Ullman's careful, thoughtful, well-organized book gives clear guidelines for safely treating children with this wonderful medicine.”
— Martin L. Rossman, M.D.,Assistant Clinical Professor, University of California at San Francisco School of Medicine
“It should be useful for those already convinced of the merits of this alternative method of medical care.”