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Title: Encyclopedia of Remedy Relationships in Homeopathy (Complementary Medicine)
ASIN: 1588902161

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It is often not enough to find the correct remedy in homeopathic medicine. Particularly in chronic diseases that have already been treated, a complementary remedy or a series of remedies in sequence is frequently needed to provide optimal care.

The first comprehensive handbook on homeopathic remedy relationships, this book provides lists of complementary, successive, and inimical remedies, antidotes, and collaterals. Data on interactions, duration of actions, foods to avoid, references to miasms, and practical tips on the use of remedies, supplement the book’s content. Internationally referenced throughout, the handbook includes especially helpful clinical notes on the quality and special characteristics of each respective remedy relationship.

This practical resource is an excellent complement to the study of homeopathy, and belongs on the reference shelf of every homeopathic practitioner who treats difficult chronic conditions.

Encyclopedia of Remedy Relationships in Homeopathy (Complementary Medicine)
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Category: Homeopathy
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Rating : 5.0
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Review: One of my top 3 most used books
I own two copies of this book. One for at home, one for travel. I am never without it. It is an indispensable tool for the homeopath. Abdur Rehman has performed a great service to homeopaths and patients alike by compiling all this very very useful information, gleaned from the vital knowledge and experiences of some of the best minds in homeopathy.

The layout is eminently clear and easy to use with 685 remedies listed in alphabetical order and containing sub-headings on Miasms, Temperament, Laterality, Related Bowel Nosodes (if any), Remarks (on major known actions and interactions), Foods to be avoided, Foods to be encouraged, Complementary Remedies, Followed well by, Inimical, Antidotes, and Collaterals.

Each of the listed categories has sub-text relating to interactions and reactions in specific situations, with full references to which authors made such observations. There is a numbered bibliography of all said authors and their referenced publications at…

Category: Homeopathy