Herbert A. Roberts, MD, was born May 7, 1868 and died October 13, 1950. He graduated from the New York Homoeopathic Medical College, practiced for a while in Vermont and then set up practice in Derby Connecticut. Dr. Roberts worked as a medical officer on troop ships during World War 1. He was the president of the International Hahnemannian Association (IHA) in 1923 and editor of the much-respected Homoeopathic Recorder from 1927-1934. Author of The Principles and Art of Cure by Homoeopathy, The Study of Remedies by Comparison, Sensations as If..., Roberts was an active writer, researcher, and teacher. Between the IHA transactions and the Homoeopathic Recorder he authored 117 articles and 27 editorials.
The Principles and art of cure by homoeopathy is a must read book for anybody who wants to understand the philosophy of homoeopathy in real sense. The concepts of vital force, homoeopathic laws, why homoeopathic remedies act, the dynamic action of drugs, the dose, the remedy reaction, second prescription, susceptibility and many such concepts have been discussed in this book which remain unknown for many homoeopaths. Learn More
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One of the homeopathy crowning achievement is the use of "patients" own expression for the selection of an accurate similimum. This book solves the very purpose. The special new edition has been updated. When the words IT IS AS IF are included in someones complaint, one just might find a similar sensation and the associated remedies described herein. This book contains 1000s of "more striking, singular, uncommon and peculiar" subjective symptoms of remedies. This is an expanded edition of a composition begun by Dr. Holcomb and published by "The Medical Advance" in 1894. Roberts worked from an interleaved copy of Holcombs work that was compiled by Dr. W. A. Yingling, as well as from the writings of Allen, Clarke, and Hering, Clarke and Allen. Learn More
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