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‘The Principles and Art of Cure by Homoeopathy’ is a must read book for anybody who wants to understand the philosophy of homeopathy in its real sense. The concepts like vital force, homeopathic laws, why homeopathic 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 to many homeopaths. Roberts is known to be one of the best homeopaths who have attempted and were successful in making these concepts clear for homeopaths or anybody who wants to know about this subject. The lectures on miasms given in this book are also worth a hundred times read.Learn More
Concordant Reference represents an extensive sifting and culling of the classical homeopathic materia medicas. Remedy source information has been corrected from the original texts. 1209 remedies are included with more proving symptoms from T.F. Allens Encyclopedia to complement the mostly clinical information from Hering; Our lesser known remedies benefit most from Vermeulens work on Concordant Reference.Concordant Reference reflects recent changes in homeopathic techniques and scientific knowledge. By improving the accuracy of the original material and adding scientific classification, Concordant Reference uses the classical materia medica to build a solid foundation for the modern practice of homeopathy. Family Information on Plants, Animals, Fungi, Bacteria and Viruses. Each remedy is broken down into Generals, Mind, Dreams, Body sections, Modalities, Relations and Causation. Sections on Food and Drink, Heart, Limbs in General, Upper Limbs and Lower Limbs for easier reference. Also, each section of the body is further divided into Sensations, Pain and Objective. Sections on Sensation, Mind and Dream reflect the recent developments in case taking, case analysis and prescribing that have shown to be so effective for today’s homeopath. Concordant Reference is a single-volume work of roughly 2,200 pages, beautifully printed and bound to last through years of clinical practice, study and reference. It is the first in Frans Vermeulens new "Reference Series.Learn More