The Consumer's Guide to Homeopathy: The Definitive Resource for Understanding Homeopathic Medicine and Making it Work for You

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G.P. Putnam's Sons, 1995 - Health & Fitness - 409 pages
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By triggering the body's own self-healing abilities, homeopathetic treatments are a safe and effective way to treat acute and chronic symptoms of body and mind. This book offers a comprehensive resource to the vast array of products and services available, and answers consumers' questions about this powerful, accessible system of health and healing.

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The Consumers Guide to Homeopathy

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This is a fairly good book geared mostly to those just beginning their inquiry into homeopathy. I had hoped it would offer more in the way of specifics. Therefore I would recommend it more for its general backgroundtheory information rather than for particular remedies. Read full review

The consumer's guide to homeopathy: the definitive resource for understanding homeopathic medicine and making it work for you

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Relatively speaking, homeopathy is one of the more recent developments in alternative health care. It is based upon a controversial theory of "similars" developed in the 18th century by the German ... Read full review


A Modern View
TWO Healing Disease Versus Suppressing Symptoms
THREE The Homeopathic Renaissance

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About the author (1995)

Dana Ullman received his master's in public health from UC Berkeley. He coauthored (with Stephen Cummings) "Everbody's Guide to Homeopathic Medicines," one of the most popular guidebooks to using homeopathic medicines. Ullman is the founder and president of the Foundation for Homeopathic Education and Research, is an elected board member of the National Center for Homeopathy, and directs Homeopathic Educational Services, a primary distributor of homeopathic books, tapes, and medicine kits in the United States.
He was the health book reviewer to the "Utne Reader," and currently serves on the advisory board of the "Natural Health," "Let's Live," "Body and Soul," and "remedies," Ullman received a doctoral degree in homeopathy (DHM) from the British Institute of Homeopathy and is the author of eight books.
Foreword author Dr. Peter Fisher is physician to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II.

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