The Patient's Guide to Homeopathic Medicine

Everything you need to know to make the most out of your treatment

by Judyth Reichenberg-Ullman - Robert Ullman

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Homeopathy is one of the most dynamic forms of medicine in the world today, capable of producing profound, lasting healing. It is enjoying growing recognition worldwide, and the media is devoting more coverage to homeopathy than ever before. The National Institutes of Health recently included homeopathy as an area of alternative medicine that merits further research. We feel fortunate to be part of a new generation of homeopaths who are committed to promoting and perpetuating this highly effective form of natural medicine. (93 pages)
Table of Contents include:

1. Homeopathy: Roots and Renaissance
2. What in the World is Homeopathy?
3. Why Choose Homeopathy?
4. From Snake Venom to Squid Ink
5. The Unique Preparation of Homeopathic Medicines
6. Getting to Know the Patient from the Inside Out
7. Do's and Don'ts for Homoepathic Patients
8. What Do I Need to Know About Homoepathic Treatment?
9. Real Patients, Real Cures
10. How to Find the Right Homeopath
11. Making the Most of Your Homepathic Treatment

Book Reviews:

'Ullman and Ullman's book is lucid and quite accessible--what I feel anyone new to homeopathy would want. I have ploughed through any number number of books on this subject, most of them organized encyclodically. They offer nothing to me by way of introduction or explanation of homeopathy. The Ullmans' short book is truely for the beginner, starting with a brief history and description of this topic and illustrating aspects of it through the use of short, simple, and compelling case studies. In a word, this book answers these questions: What is homeopathy and is it for me? ' -- Michael Punches
The Patient's Guide to Homeopathic Medicine
ISBN 9780964065420
Language English
Author Judyth Reichenberg-Ullman, Robert Ullman
Pages 111
Publication Date 1995-01-01
Type Paperback
Publisher Picnic Point Press

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