Homeopathic Medicine At Home: Natural Remedies for Everyday Ailments and Minor Injuries

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Penguin Publishing Group, Nov 1, 1981 - Health & Fitness - 288 pages
Homeopathic Medicine at Home This one-volume compendium of homeopathic information includes the history of homeopathy, an explanation of its principles, and advice on dosage. A full pharmacopoeia of natural remedies for common ailments and injuries, it also contains sections on homeopathy for children and pets.

It covers the history and use of homeopathy in the home. It covers a wide variety of aspects of illness and homeopathy and chapters cover the following:
  • What is Homeopathy?
  • A Homeopathic Physician at Work
  • Your Home Remedy Kit
  • What to Do for Accidents
  • In Case of Emergency
  • How to Prevent and Treat Colds, Coughs and Earaches
  • Remedies for Stomach and Bowel Problems
  • A Happier Baby with Homeopathic Care
  • Your Growing Child
  • What Homeopathy Can Do for Women
  • Keeping Your Pets Healthy
  • Remedies and their Abbreviations
  • Mini-Repertory
  • Materia Medica

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Foreword by Dr Robert Mendelsohn
CHAPTER FOUR What to Do for Accidents

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About the author (1981)

Maesimund Banning Panos, M.D. (1912 - 1999)  was an author, lecturer and homeopathic practitioner. After practicing homeopathic medicine in Washington, D.C. for many years she moved to Tipp City, Ohio where she founded The Woodward Foundation for Homeopathy.

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