From Library Journal
The growth of public interest in homeopathy has inspired books intended to help the lay practitioner, such as the mother who wants to treat her child's mild cough at home. These books have been long on remedies but short on philosophy. Following up on his previous book, Homeopathy, Healing, and You (which presented the core philosophy and a handful of key remedies), McCabe's newest work again joins philosophy and pharmacy in a practical way. McCabe redefines the role of physicians, the nature of disease, and the use of medicine; articulates a thorough method of case-taking; and presents remedies three times (according to symptoms that indicate them, according to emergency situations, and separately as remedy "pictures"). As president of the Connecticut Homeopathic Association and a member of the faculty and board of the Hudson Valley School of Classical Homeopathy, McCabe brings two decades of training to this excellent, essential text. Highly recommended for all libraries.-Elizabeth C. Stewart, Portland, ME
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"An easy-to-read book that unravels the mysteries of homeopathy and makes it accessible to everyone." --Mark Grossman, O.D., author of Magic Eye: The 3-D Guide and An Encyclopedia of Natural Vision Care
"If you're looking for an engaging introduction to the principals and history of the homeopathic medical movement, then this is the book for you. Mr. McCabe has deftly distilled the genius of homeopathy into a work which, in the awesome scope of its implications, may hold many keys to future planetary wellness." --Peter D'Adamo, N.D. author of Eat Right 4 Your Type and editor emeritus of the Journal of Naturopathic Medicine
"McCabe is a passionate engaging advocate, and his account of his own successful homeopathic treatment makes his case hard for even skeptics to ignore." --Publishers Weekly
"In a world increasingly frustrated with the mechanics and depersonalization of Western medicine, Vinton McCabe offers us a glimpse into the future where East meets West." --Jason Elias, author of Five Elements of Healing, Healing Remedies, and Feminine Healing.