As with all medicines, homeopathic medicine is the subject of current research that experiments with its therapeutic effects in vitro and in vivo.
Homeopathic Solutions Made Easy
by Michèle Boiron and François Roux
This book provides consumers with practical advice on homeopathic medicines, as well as complementary wellness recommendations that will help restore a person’s health. It presents 40 cases with specific advice and practical treatments in a concise, easy-to-use manner. It also serves as a valuable support for the beginner or as a memory aid for more seasoned homeopathic users.
The Homeopathic Revolution: Why Famous People and Cultural Heroes Choose Homeopathy
by Dana Ullman, MPH
Did you know that Tina Turner and Mother Teresa have used and advocated for homeopathic treatment? The Homeopathic Revolution includes various stories from literary greats, sports superstars, physicians, scientists, celebrities, musicians, artists, fashionistas, corporate leaders, philanthropists, clergy and spiritual leaders, and monarchs about their use of homeopathy and homeopathic medicines.
The Family Guide to Homeopathy
by Alan Horvilleur
This practical book was designed to help non-physician readers become familiar with homeopathic medicines. Information is listed alphabetically for the reader’s convenience and includes points on each medicine, the type of symptoms associated with the medicine, as well as the indication for its use.
Natural Baby and Childcare, Healthy Living Books
by Lauren Feder, M.D.
This book guides parents to the best conventional and natural medicines for their children, and instructs them how to complement conventional therapy with natural treatments, such as homeopathic medicines. It answers questions such as: Do homeopathic medicines have side effects? The author also provides an A to Z guide on treating common childhood conditions naturally, as well as a directory of easy-to-use natural medicines.
Research in Homeopathy
Intended for the medical and scientific community, this book collates the scientific information essential for a good knowledge of research work associated with homeopathy. It opens with a presentation of meta-analysis and also devotes a section to the history and horizons of research.
The Complete Homeopathy Handbook
by Miranda Castro
This book serves as a guide for using homeopathic medicines at home. With an A to Z listing for external and internal medicines, case studies are also included, as well as specific dos and don’ts to follow when treating more than 70 listed conditions.
Homeopathy for Pregnancy, Birth, and Your Baby’s First Years
by Miranda Castro
The many safe, effective, inexpensive and non-medical medicines that homeopathy has to offer women are detailed in this book. Readers will learn how to select medicines for hundreds of common physical and emotional symptoms, and offers advice for making labor and birth as relaxed as possible.
The Sources of Homeopathy
by Corine Mure, André Giordan and Daniel Raichvarg
A contemporary translation of Samuel Hahnemann’s 1796 Essay on a New Principle for Discovering the Healing Virtues of Medicinal Substances, the authors discuss how homeopathy was invented, in what context and what its sources are. This book also includes notes and commentaries, and interprets Hahnemann’s essay.
Canadian Guide to Homeopathic Self Medication
by Philippe Picard, M.D.
Topics in this guide include acute and chronic illnesses, choosing the appropriate homeopathic medicine, manufacturing homeopathic medicines, childhood diseases, etc. The author also describes how to take homeopathic medicines and how to know when to self-medicate or see a doctor.