A Companion to Homeopathic Studies

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C. W. Daniel, 2003 - Health & Fitness - 138 pages
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Some are content with driving fast cars; others want to know how they work. In this intriguing book for students, practitioners and pharmacists of all levels, readers will find nearlt everything they nned to know about the nuts, bolts and cogs of homoeopathy. Adhering to a philosophy that pure empiral facts are meaningless without sound theory to bind them, Dr Colin Lesseli reveals the physiochemical nature of remedies, the way they exert their effect on the living organism, the mechanics and history of their production, and the principles by which their selection and dosages are determined. Many of the topics in this book are only barely touched on in most formal courses, making it a true companion for anyone who wishes to have a more profoiund knowledge of homeopathy, or who just wants to make sense of the infinitesimal. Dr Lessell is an experienced homeopathic physician and theorist, and an internationally respected author who has written extensively on his subject for 20 years. His numerous books include some regarded as global works of reference, having been translated into German, Dutch and Japanese.

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Introduction More about cause and cure What is
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Thinking about how remedies are made
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Introduction Pharmaceutical objectives Scales of serial dilution
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Dr Lessell is an experienced homeopathic physician and theorist, and an internationally respected author who has written extensively on his subject for 20 years. His numerous books include some regarded as global works of reference, having been translated into German, Dutch and Japanese.

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