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This book explores the parallels and distinguishing features of a group of homeopathic medicines with Belladonna as its archetype.

Not constrained by a botanical family, Massimo Mangialavori broadens the scope of this group to other remedies such as Lyssinum, Gallicum acidum, Tanacetum that share the fundamental themes with other Solanaceae remedies such as Belladonna, Stramonium, Hyosciamus, as well less represented remedies such as Mandragora, Solanum nigrum and Solanum tuberosum aegrotans. The non-toxic Solanaceae: Capsicum, Dulcamara, Tabacum, Lycopersicum and Solanum tuberosum are also presented and compared with the other Solanaceae.

With a fresh outlook and characteristic precision, Dr. Mangialavori refines our understanding of this group of substances from a meticulous analysis of his cured cases as well the classic homeopathic literature. In true Renaissance fashion, Dr. Mangialavori weaves his broad knowledge and experience of anthropology, biology, botany, medicine, psychology, history, mythology and the Classics for a fuller understanding of homeopathic medicines as well the study of humankind.

This book is in English and German. Under the supervision of Massimo Mangialavori Betty Wood, MD edited this book from transcription of class hosted by the New England Homeopathic Academy in 2006.
ISBN 9788888799018
Language English
Author Massimo Mangialavori
Pages 354
Publication Date 2007-01-01
Type Hardback
Publisher Matrix

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