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The whole earth view
A new perspective in medicine
Flat-earth medicine
The shortcomings of the disease approach
The law of similars
The name homeopathy
The minimum dose
Proving of medicines
From provings to therapy
The Materia Medica
The disease symptoms
The patient’s symptoms
Medicine for the disease
Medicine for the patient
Treating the patient instead of the disease
The balance of health and disease
Homeopathy in the ancient world
The science of homeopathy
Medicine in the time of Hahnemann
Hahnemann starts a revolution
Organized medicine opposes homeopathy
Homeopathy crosses the Atlantic
The twentieth century
Survival into the 1960s
Homeopathic revival
Professional associations and certification
A patient’s experience
Meta-molecular medicines
Proper preparation is essential
Immunity to oxidation
Sensitivity to electromagnetic properties
Mechanism of action not understood
A biologic principle
Hahnemann’s perspective
An old and well-known concept
Hahnemann on vital force
Rejected by modern science
The whole person view
A unifying factor
How long will it take before I notice a change?
What will I notice first?
How long until I’m well?
Then how will I know if I’m getting better?
Why did my friend get worse before she got better?
How often should I take the remedy?
If I’m getting better, why should I follow-up?
Will I need more than one remedy?
What will get well first?
What does return of old symptoms mean?
What about acute diseases?
How to Get Results
Classical homeopathy
The practitioner
Be committed
Avoid interfering substances
The bottom line
Pregnancy
Children
Home health
Animals
Candida
Hormone replacement, menopause, and osteoporosis
An over-medicated population
Differing approaches
Where to use conventional care
Antibiotic overuse
Surgery
Conventional medications
A gray area
Alternative therapy
Holistic medicine
Naturopathy
Nutrition
Herbal medicines
Acupuncture
The mad rush
Sources
Appearance
Labeling requirements
Prescription and unavailable remedies
Combination remedies
Care of the remedies
How to take a remedy
So what now?
Falling off the edge
Personal responsibility
The final word
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An EssentAn Essential Guide for the Homeopathic Patient

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