Using published studies and their own research and clinical experience, two prominent physicians and researchers provide easy-to-understand guidelines for using homeopathic remedies, real-life cases of miracle cures, and frank talk about homeopathy's limitations. Clearly written, this sourcebook includes a "toolbox" of homeopathic treatments, as well as advice on finding a reliable practitioner. Ailments addressed include:
-- Sinus infections
-- Heartburn and digestive problems
-- Colds and sore throats
-- And many more.
Similar to Bill Moyers' Healing and the Mind (Main Street Books, 1995), here is a thorough, easy-to-use guide to homeopathy -- a method of treating illness by giving the patient a minute dose of what caused the symptoms in the first place.
"The most concise, useful, and practical book on homeopathy this reviewer has ever come across." -- Library Journal
"A must for anyone who wishes to comprehend the origins and the logic of this healing science." -- Charleston Post & Courier
"An invaluable and authoritative resource to both consumers and health professionals." -- Dana Ullman, M.P.H., author of The Consumer's Guide to Homeopathy