Practical Homeopathy by Vinton McCabe
A comprehensive guide to homeopathic remedies and their acute uses

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For the first time ever, glossaries of comprehensive symptoms and homeopathic remedies collected in one volume.

This definitive gude is really two books in one: an introduction to the study and practice of homeopathy and a detailed reference book of symptoms and remedies. Vinton McCabe, a longtime educator of homeopathy practicioners and laypersons, begins with a brief history of the art and discusses the underlying philosophy of homeopathy as contrasted with conventional medicine.
The bulk of the book is made up of well-organized, accessible sections covering such topics as symptoms for use in diagnosis, corrective measures for emergencies andother easily diagnosed complaints, and a detailed listing of sixty homeopathic remedies and their uses. Practical Homeopathy will appeal to newcomers to homeopathy as well as to enthusiasts.

 

About Vinton McCabe

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Vinton McCabe has served as the president of the Connecticut Homeopathic Association for the past two decades. He is the author of several study guides, as well as Practical Homeopathy. McCabe is on the faculty of the Open Center of Manhattan, the Wainwright House of Rye, New York, and the Hudson Valley School of Classical Homeopathy for which he also servces on the board. He lives in Stamford, Connecticut.
 
Published March 9, 2000 by St. Martin's Griffin. 624 pages
Genres: Health, Fitness & Dieting, Education & Reference, Professional & Technical. Non-fiction

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