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New updated version About twenty-five percent of the physicians in the United States were homeopaths at the turn of the century. In 'The Science of Homeopathy', George Vithoulkas provides an objective and concise treatise of this approach, focusing upon the basic principles and clinical applications of homeopathy. Through the integration of homeopathic and allopathic medicines, a true system of health care can evolve with an emphasis upon the individual as an integrated organism. In 'The Science of Homeopathy', George Vithoulkas has compiled a clear and comprehensive text outlining both the theory and practice of this important medicine. In Section One, 'The Laws and Principles of Cure', Vithoulkas sets forth the principles of electrodynamic energy, the 'vital force', predisposition to disease, and the selection of homeopathic remedies. In Section Two, 'Practical Application', he gives a detailed explamation of the methods of diagnosis, and the preparation, administration, and evaluation of homeopathic cures. Written in clear, concise language, with ample illustrations, references and case studies, The Science of Homeopathy is an excellent reference for homepathic physicians and an informative introduction for the interested lay person.
Best book in homeopathy ever, the book itself was in excellent condition, I received it very fast.Published 12 months ago by pattypilates
Excellent introductory book for the serious reader.
Compliments the reading of the Organon.
This book is not quite what I thought it was - it gives me information that I already have but not the help that I need. Read morePublished on April 9 2002 by Pamela A. Moore
VITHOULKAS IS NOT A MEDICAL DOCTOR, AND HE MAYBE DID NOT UNDERSTAND THE ORGANON AS IT IS. ANY WAY ONE CAN READ A BOOK LIKE THIS BUT IF ONE PERSON IS A HOMEOPATHIST DOES NOT NEED... Read morePublished on Jan. 21 2001 by Rogelio Arce B.