The Companion to Homeopathy: The Practitioner's Guide

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Watkins, 2005 - Health & Fitness - 820 pages
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Homeopathy?helping the body to heal itself?is an extraordinarily powerful and increasingly popular health care system. While orthodox medicine focuses on the physical body, homeopathy treats the whole person, taking into account personal history, environmental factors, and any hereditary vulnerabilities to particular illnesses or conditions. Written by highly-respected practitioner and lecturer Colin Griffith, this comprehensive guide to homeopathy is a superbly informative resource, with answers to common questions, examples and case histories, and an examination of controversial issues, such as immunization, mind-altering drugs, and karma. Griffith also addresses many of the myths that have come to overshadow the true practice of, and benefits from, homeopathy.

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Colin Griffith, MCH, HMA is a highly respected homoeopath, writer, teacher and practitioner with more than 20 years of experience. He studied at the College of Homoeopathy in London (1986-1989). In 1999 Colin, Janice Micallef and the late Martin Miles founded the Guild of Homoeopaths, a 2 year post graduate course which was the outcome of a meditation group dedicated to the research and meditative proving of new remedies. He has been a member of this proving circle for 20 years. Some of the results of these provings have been published in his two volumes of The New Materia Medica (Watkins). Remedies like Ayahuasca, Sycamore Seed, Rose Quartz and many others are among the results. 

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