A Homeopathic Handbook of Natural Remedies: Safe and Effective Treatment of Common Ailments and Injuries

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Random House Publishing Group, Aug 13, 2002 - Health & Fitness - 323 pages
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A Homeopathic Handbook of Natural Remedies offers the most succinct and up-to-date information available on homeopathy, a method of healing that works by stimulating the body’s natural defenses. Laura Josephson provides an overview of the healing principles and history of homeopathy, clear guidelines for identifying and treating symptoms, and instructions for preparing and stocking your home kit.

In addition to homeopathic first aid treatment for such ailments as back pain, puncture wounds, eye injuries, fractures, and insect bites, the book outlines remedies for a wide range of everyday complaints, including allergies, coughs, colds, flu, fevers, digestive problems, headaches, PMS, earaches, insomnia, jet lag, and more. A separate section deals specifically with childhood conditions.

Also included is an extensive resource directory of homeopathic pharmacies and a list of articles and other publications that provide further information.


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About the author (2002)

Laura Josephson, C.C.H., R.S.Hom. (NA) has been in homeopathic practice since 1992. She is currently the president of the New York State Homeopathic Association. Her interest in homeopathy grew out of her study of herbology and hermetic science. She has studied at the New York School of Homeopathy, the Atlantic Academy of Classical Homeopathy, the New England School of Homeopathy, and with various leaders in the field from around the world. A native of Northern California, she maintains a private practice in Rockland County, New York, where she lives with her husband, four daughters, and a menagerie of dogs, cats, and birds.


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