The Flower Remedy Book: A Comprehensive Guide to Over 700 Flower Essences

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North Atlantic Books, 1999 - Health & Fitness - 282 pages
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For beginners, intermediates, and advanced flower essence buffs alike, The Flower Remedy Book addresses the single most commonly asked flower essence question: how do you know which essence(s) to take? This vital companion guide takes the mystery out of essence selection, in a comprehensive and easy to digest manner. It diffuses the sense of confusion and overwhelm one faces, with so many reputable flower essences, and essence lines, presently available. In this book, Dr. Garsen Shapiro has provided credibility and dimension to an old healing art recently rediscovered.

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Page 279 - The Essence of Healing: A Guide to the Alaskan Flower, Gem, and Environmental Essences. Homer, AK, Alaskan Flower Essence Project, 1996.

About the author (1999)

Jeffrey Garson Shapiro, H.D., Ph.D., earned his doctorates and a master's in Homeopathy from Curentur University in Los Angeles. He also completed a master's in Sociology and Women Studies at Brandeis University. In addition to offering private consultations in homeopathy and flower essences, Shapiro serves as the Dean and President of Curentur University, the only school in the United States authorized to offer advanced degrees in homepathy. He lives in Southern California with his wife Jennifer, a professor of Spanish Language and Literature, their son Jeremy, and their dog, Jasper.

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