Homeopathy: Science Or Myth?
Homeopathy is an increasingly popular alternative to traditional medicine, but many people are still unsure whether it really works. In this book, a Stanford-trained physician examines the science that lies behind homeopathy's success. Chapters include: principles, clinical evidence, physics of potentized water, effects on cells and tissues, transmission to living organisms, and remedy archetypes.
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