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Homeopathic Medicine At Home Paperback – November 1, 1981
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—New York Times
"This is both a general introduction to and a manual of homeopathy...illustrated by examples from Panos' practice and clear enough for a novice to follow."
"Finally, a sensible substantial book about homeopathy. I've been using it in my family for years and have hoped that someone would write just this kind of common sense introduction.... With this book you can understand the principles, order your own remedies, and test the results."
James Fadiman, Ph.D., Co-Evolution Quarterly
“Homeopathic Medicine at Home is a great book that I use almost on a daily basis. I like this one as it's laid out in short, easy to read chapters, there are charts listing remedies, symptoms and tips to help pick the remedy for each situation.”
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I would like to see a better cross-referenced Index, but the numerous charts supplied somewhat make up for this short-coming - making it pretty easy to locate the problem/illness without too much difficulty. It also contains a nice little Materia Medica in the back -- so if you can't decide between several remedies this will help narrow the choice as it gives the specifics for the remedy as opposed to the main part of the book which gives the recommended remedies for the illiness.
I often back it up withEverybody's Guide to Homeopathic Medicines by by Dana Ullman - but if I had to choose only one book to purchase I would go with the book I am reviewing.
Another small short-coming of the book is it doesn't cover CELL SALTS as completely as needed (although, to be fair, no "quick-guide" homeopathic book does - with any depth anyway). which is why I would recommend the companion book by Dr. Skye Weintraub: Natural Healing with Cell Salts . Personally, I have found cell salts to work extremely well in conjunction with homeopathic remedies.Read more ›
It goes without saying that any self-help book, no matter how good, does not replace the care of a medical professional. If you have a serious or chronic condition, and you think that homeopathy can help, go see a qualified homeopathic practitioner.
The author's personal experiences in the field are very interesting, so I recommend it for an overview of the subject.
1. What is homeopathy?
2. A homeopathic physician at work
3. Your homeopathic remedy kid
4. What to do for accidents
5. In case of emergency
6. How to prevent and treat colds, coughs and earaches
7. Remedies for stomach and bowel problems
8. A happier baby with homeopathic care
9. Your growing child
10. What homeopathy can do for women
11. Keeping your pets healthy
The appendixes include the following:
* Remedies and their abbreviations
* Materia Medica
* Pharmacies carry homeopathic remedies (this section is somewhat out of date as it does not list any online sources)
Chapter 8, with its section on on teething and the remedy chamomilla alone is worth the price of the book. I was first introduced to homeopathy when my first born was teething. He had been crying and sleeping only for brief periods for days. I gave him a dose of a remedy containing chamomilla, and he immediately stopped crying and fell asleep. I was amazed!
I also frequently refer to chapter 6 during cold season. The section on croup is quite good, explaining when to use each of the most commonly needed remedies.
One thing I didn't like about the book is how she talks about the same subject more than once, for instance fever in 3 different chapters. In one chapter she gives the remedies for a fever and in another chapter she says just to let it run unless it gets to 105 degrees Fahrenheit or more, and if that is the case, call your doctor.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The book uses the term medicine. I believe the common use of the term medicine and remedy is a treatment 'that has some possible potential chance to actually enact an effect or... Read morePublished 1 month ago by mark twain
I decided to opt out of homeopathy. I was doing it for years. It seems more binding and confusing. Read morePublished 7 months ago by K K Danna
Bought this and another homeopathic book. Has much useful info ThanksPublished 8 months ago by S Molina
This is my second copy. I bought it for my daughter-in-law who is pregnant and studying natural medicines. Read morePublished 9 months ago by B. Michel