Homeopathy: Science Or Myth?

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North Atlantic Books, 2000 - Family & Relationships - 190 pages
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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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Contents

Introduction
1
The Principles
7
The Clinical Evidence
27
Physics of Potentized Water
51
Effects on Cells and Tissues
75
Transmission to Living Organisms
101
Modern Homeopathic Practice
121
Remedy Archetypes
133
Implications and Challenge for the Future
153
Glossary
159
Index
183
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Bill Gray, M.D., has a practice and lives in Saratoga, CA with his artist wife Victoria and their shepherd mix, Bapu. He is also the co-founder of the non-profit Homeopathic Education and Research Organization, which may be reached at (800) 640-8702.

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