Internationally renowned veterinarian and educator Peter Gregory has produced a book of startling scope, drawing on his almost 30 years of experience to thoroughly examine all aspects of the homeopathic care of animals.
The first part of the book is devoted to examining the fundamental concepts which together provide a foundation for veterinary homeopathic practice, and how they may be understood from a modern perspective. This is followed by an investigation into some of the most common remedy states encountered in practice, with guidance on how to recognise them in an animal patient; not only by how they present outwardly, but also by accessing those elements of the patient that would otherwise be considered as hidden. Finally the author investigates the personal experience of practising veterinary homeopathy.
"Insights into Veterinary Homeopathy is primarily aimed at veterinarians practising homeopathy but will be of interest to anyone who seeks to add to their understanding of homeopathy or cares about the welfare of animals." - Peter Gregory For more information and a sample chapter click here: http://www.saltirebooks.com/pg.htm
Homeopathic Care for Cats and Dogs: Small Doses for Small Animals
In this book, Dr. Hamilton carefully and clearly lays down the essential knowledge needed to use homeopathy successfully. To read this book is to prepare you to help your animal with the many day to day vicissitudes of life...take some time, read this book carefully, and learn of one of the greatest discoveries in the history of medicine. We are fortunate to have a healer of Dr. Hamilton's stature take us on this journey. -From the Foreword by Richarad Pitcairn D.V.M., PhD
First published in 1999, Homeopathic Care for Cats and Dogs quickly became a bestseller and an important resource for anyone looking for a more organic approach to caring for their cats and dogs. Using accessible language, author Don Hamilton gives readers an authoritative overview of animal homeopathy, covering history, treatment principles, homeopathic disease theory, and simple methods for using homeopathic remedies.
Homeopathic Care for Cats and Dogs offers expert guidance on home care and diet, how to obtain the information needed to choose a homeopathic remedy, how to dose remedies, how to choose the potency, and when to repeat remedies if necessary. The book lists organ systems by chapter, providing concise descriptions of symptoms, including how to evaluate patients’ illnesses and when to seek veterinary care. Remedy and supplement suggestions follow disease descriptions. Each section contains the principal remedies needed for treatment. The book ends with a materia medica, which gives more comprehensive remedy information for each medicine listed in the book. This updated edition contains a new chapter on the human-animal relationship, timely information on vaccines, as well as new remedy information in every chapter.
“This book is without doubt the BEST and MOST COMPREHENSIVE book to date on the homeopathic treatment of cats and dogs.” —Dana Ullman, MPH
The first edition of this book, published in 1967, was a masterpiece of clarity with respect to the basic concepts and principles of Homoeopathy. Although the format and presentation have seen many changes in the subsequent editions, the author's original vision and objectives remain.
This fourth edition, the first International edition, has been completely updated and revised. New information has been added with respect to the 'Study of Homoeopathic therapeutics' including Angina Pectoris, Myocardial Ischaemia, Haemorrhoids, etc and 'How to study Homoeopathic Materia Medica' with reference to Phosphorus and Mercury.
The Principles & Art of Cure by Homeopathy
Herbert A. Roberts M.D., 2002
ISBN 13: 9788170210283
This is a must read for anybody who wants to understand the philosophy of homeopathy in real sense. The concepts of vital force, homeopathic laws, why homeopathic remedies acts, the dynamic action of drugs, the dose, the remedy reaction, second prescription, susceptibility and man such concepts have been discussed in this book which remain unknown for many homeopaths. Roberts is known to be one of best homeopaths who have attempted and were successful in making these concepts clear for homeopaths or anybody who wants to know this subject.
Encyclopedia of Remedy Relationships in Homoeopathy
Abdur Rehmann, 2004
In the daily homeopathic practice it is often not enough to find the right remedy. Especially in chronic diseases which have been treated already it is quite frequent that a complementary remedy or a seriesof remedies in sequence is needed to cure them keeping in view the changed symptom picture. This is the first comprehensive handbook on remedy relationships.
The list of complementary, successive and inimical remedies, antidotes and collaterals is supplemented by data on interactions, duration of action, food which has to be avoided, references to miasms and practical tips on the use of the remedies. The clinical notes on the quality and the special characteristics of the respective remedy relationship are especially helpful for choosing the right remedy. Dr. Rehman has drawn the information from a wide variety of books in English, German and French which are referenced in the text.
The book is an excellent complement to the homeopathic materia medica and a useful guide for the second prescription. It belongs on the reference shelf of every homeopathic practitioner who treatsdifficult chronic conditions.
Homeopathic First Aid Treatment for Pets
Francis Hunter, 1984
A guide for pet owners to the effectiveness of homoeopathic remedies as a means of first-aid or early treatment for their pets while awaiting professional advice. Written by a homoepathic vet, the book explains in simple terms the various diseases and conditions that can affect your pet, and indicates homoeopathic remedies that may be helpful, either on their own for simple ailments, or in conjunction with conventional medicine in the treatment of more serious and complicated cases. Ailments are listed alphabetically, the symptoms are described, and the remedy and frequency of treatment indicate.
Organon of Medicine
Samuel Hahnemann, 6. Edition
Samuel Hahnemann wrote The Organon of Medicine in 1810. In aphoristic style (paragraphs with numbering) he explains the essential facts on which the principles of homeopathy are based. The sections show continuity and logical sequence. The author published five editions and passed away in 1843 before the 6th could be released. The last edition was finally published in 1921 due to the efforts of William Boericke.
Samuel Hahnemann's Organon of Medicine clearly and completely states, for the first time in history, the true nature of health and disease, the natural principles of cure, and the system of medical therapy based on these principles which we know as homoeopathy. It has remained until today the one essential cornerstone.
Homeopathy for Horses
Tim Couzens, 2012
This truly comprehensive and practical guide has now been revised and updated. With careful selection of the right remedy, homeopathy will often succeed where conventional medicine has failed. As widespread interest in alternative therapies continues to grow amongst horse owners, this unique book provides practical and systematic insights, giving clear descriptions of ailments and their suggested remedies enabling treatment to be specifically tailored and thus ensuring the best chance of success. Especially valuable is the Horse-materia-medica, which is unique in volume and description. The book includes theoretical basics about homeopathic principles, a description of common constitutional types in horses, explanations of how to chose a remedy, the selection of the right potency and how to find the fitting dosage for the client. It also tells about all organ systems and the homeopathic remedies which relate to them. Behavioural problems, first aid and emergency treatment are content of chapters 2 including intoxications and vaccines. Chapter 3 gives a detailed description about Materia medica. It also tells about many rarely chosen remedies. A useful reference for veterinary homeopaths working with horses!
Textbook of Veterinary Homeopathy
John Saxton/Peter Gregory 2013
This book is written as an introduction to homeopathic medicine for veterinary surgeons who would like to introduce this form of therapeutics into their practice. It will also be of value to the reader who wishes to pursue the subject at a deeper level. The authors have extensive experience in teaching homeopathy to veterinary surgeons, doctors, nurses and veterinary nurses, both in the UK and internationally.
The first part begins with the historical background, philosophy and underlying principles of homeopathy, providing a detailed discussion of the scientific basis of the discipline and veterinary evidence for its effectiveness. Specific issues such as the theory of miasms, the bowel nosodes and the homeopathic approach to vaccination are also covered.
The second part discusses each of the body systems from the homeopathic point of view. Examples of typical situations encountered in practice are given throughout, with an explanation of how remedies from the homeopathic materia medica will have been used to treat them. In addition there are chapters on the homeopathic management of behavioural problems, neoplasia and the geriatric patient.
The target reader is the veterinary surgeon who wishes to use homeopathic medicine in their practice. there will be a secondary market in commercial farming and breeding, as well as among the owners of companion animals.
Homeopathy: What to expect?
Including 101 lively veterinarycasestudies Edward De Beukelear, 2006
Homeopathy, what to expect? is an informative and very accessible examination of homeopathy. The author uses his experience of successes and disappointments of veterinary homeopathic prescription to advocate a realistic view on homeopathic medicine which is applicable to all. Much emphasis is placed on what conditions are necessary for the successful use of homeopathic medicines and on their surprising efficacy when used appropriately. After a short historic overview and a thorough examination of its principles, homeopathy is placed within the context of conventional medicine and alternative techniques, offering some original and unexpected insights. The second part of the book is a collection of 101 veterinary cases by seventeen different authors. A variety of species tell the stories of their recoveries. Their authentic stories are entertaining and will sometimes make readers smile but above all represent the reality of daily homeopathic practice. The cases are selected for their educational value both for the curious and the initiated. Even established homeopaths will discover a few real gems. The book is complementary to the many self help homeopathy books, some of which may occasionally promise more than they deliver. The purpose is to help health consumers to integrate homeopathy into their health strategy in a sensible manner and to show that more can be achieved in medicine than is generally expected.
The Homeopathic Treatment of Small Animals
Christopher Day, 2005
Here is a comprehensive guide to treating small pets, such as dogs, cats, guinea pigs, rodents, reptiles, and birds with homeopathic remedies. It includes essential information on the principles and practices of homeopathy, as well as practical guidance for owners, breeders, and veterinarians.
There are sections on getting started with homoeopathic remedies, on homoeopathic first aid and on treating specific diseases. The advice is illustrated by selected case studies.
The Bowel Nosodes in Homeopathic Practice
John Saxton, 2012
The group of eleven remedies known as the Bowel Nosodes are unique in both their derivation and the opportunities that they offer. Although they have some indications in acute prescribing, because of the connection and resonance that they have with the miasmatic forces that are active in the body, they are particularly useful in the treatment of chronic disease. The origin of these remedies lies in human medicine, and there are still major indications in that field. Their development is traced and the concept behind them is explained and discussed within the context of modern homeopathic thought. The general uses of the group in the clinical situation are outlined, and the materia medica of the individual bowel nosodes is discussed. The methodology of using the bowel nosodes is illustrated with nine case histories from the human world and ten from the animal, demonstrating the common guidelines that are applicable to all species. This second edition contains new cases and an extra chapter offering readers an even greater insight into this fascinating area of homeopathic practic
Homeopathy in Intensive Care and Emergency Medicine
Michael Frass, Martin Bündner, 2017
This is a unique work, which documents how homeopathy can achieve predictably successful results in emergencies such as anaphylactic shock, acute abdomen, acute asthma, myocardial infarction of the inferior wall, and oedema of the glottis.
The book contains 145 well-documented case histories, similar to those written by the old American homeopathic clinicians. In each case it is clearly demonstrated how to quickly find the best remedy using straightforward Kentian repertorisation. The results are impressive. The authors show that conventional treatment and homeopathy can perfectly complement each other.
This work offers also a lot of general information on homeopathy like potentisation, source materials used in homeopathic remedies and methods of administration. It also comprises a stringently edited materia medica of the most important 70 remedies for ICU and emergency situations.
Concordant Materia Medica
ISBN -13: 9789076189024 ISBN-10: 9076189021
Frans Vermeulen combined the findings from Allen, Boericke, Boger, Clarke, Cowperthwaite, Hering, Kent, Lippe, Pulford and himself to create this compact and comprehensive Materia Media.
Soul of Remedies
One hundred well known homeopathic remedies are described in a clear and concise way. They are depicted with an emphasis of the inner state of the remedy / the patient. This book is a valuable complement to Sankaran’s main book “The Spirit of Homoeopathy”. In its exposition of remedies, it reminds us of the way Vithoulkas has conceived them, namely as ‚essences‘. Printed in India-
Phatak´s Materia Medica
S.R. Phatak, 2005
The Phatak is with over 400 remedies worldwide one of the most popular books about homeoopathic medicines. Working largely from Bogers Synoptic Key, Phatak presents the most important symptoms in plain language so the student of materia medica will grasp a deeper understanding. It includes Materia Medica für daily practice, portraits of the remedies with focus on the essence of each described remedy. Sensations and localizations; modern and well structured layout; Particularly useful is its format wherein the remedies affinity is stated at the outset. The relative importance of each remedy would then be fixed in the homeopaths mind by comparing it with other remedies under the same rubric. A highly recommendable high quality Materia Medica.
Nature´s Materia Medica
Robert Murphy, 2006
,,Nature's Materia Medica is the 3rd edition of the Homeopathic Remedy Guide. Over 1,400 homeopathic and herbal remedies from around the world are reviewed as to their homeopathic, herbal and historical uses. New Homeopathic and Herbal Commentaries from Dr. Murphy's lecture notes. Historical reviews from Anshutz, Bach, Boericke, Burnett, Clarke, Cooper, Hahnemann, Hale, Hering, Nash, Phatak, Radamacher and others. New homeopathic and herbal resources.
New Nature's Repertory, homeopathic and herbal glossary, homeopathic directory, remedy index, etc. A homeopathic and herbal materia medica combined, which covers historical uses, folklore, legends, case studies, therapeutics, toxicology, provings and pharmacy of many homeopathic and herbal remedies etc. Over 200 new homeopathic and herbal remedies and new provings. New herbal and homeopathic remedies from modern and historical research. Milks, Mushrooms, Trees, Flowers, Minerals, Gemstones, Toxins, Nosodes, etc. 1400 homeopathic and herbal remedy monographs - Pharmacy, Clinical, Herbal, Homeopathic, Mind, Schema, Commentary, Relationships, References. Alphabetical schema - Abdomen, Back, Chest, Ears, Eyes, Face, Female, Food, Head, Heart, Kidneys, Limbs, Lungs, Male, Mouth, Nose, Rectum, Skin, Stomach, Throat, Vertigo, etc. The schema is designed to match the chapters in the Homeopathic Clinical Repertoire.
Leaders in HOMEOPATHIC THERAPEUTICS
Eugene B. Nash
Nash covers over 200 remedies which have been enriched with various comparisons, cases and potency advises given at various places. He has presented the drugs in a wonderful but simplistic way where he starts with the doctrine of signature or the sphere of action of the drug. Covers the characteristics of the drug without going into unnecessary details.
He has also given many examples of cases with the prescription and also comparisons at various places which are useful for practical application. The author gives various references from other classical books which makes the reading interesting.
A masterly work, the treatise is expected to serve as an invaluable guide to effective remedy application by studying the distinctly peculiar characteristics of each remedy in comparison with others. Nash also lists the potency that he found ...
Pocket Manuel of Homeopathic Materia Medica
William Boericke, 2013
This classic manual, combining both Materia Medica and Repertory, has justifiably been the most popular homeopathic reference work in the world for decades. Within a single compact volume, it has offered unrivalled coverage, full yet concise, of a very wide range of remedies, including both polychrests and a substantial number of rare and lesser-known substances. This new edition is also the most comprehensive version of the book. It has been revised and expanded to meet the needs of the modern homeopathic community.More than 50 important new remedies have been added, reflecting the discoveries of leading homeopaths of our generation such as Rajan Sankaran, Jan Scholten, Massimo Mangialavori, and Louis Klein. Bringing the total number of remedies to over 1,200, these are marked with a ‘+’ sign for readers’ convenience. Furthermore, new details of the colour preferences for almost 800 remedies are included. Unavailable anywhere else in this form, these alone make the book unique. For the Repertory, the content has been preserved, complete with Repertory Index and Therapeutic Index. However, the rather idiosyncratic arrangement of rubrics and sections has been streamlined to match the more familiar structure and sequence used in The Complete Repertory. Some minor adjustments to rubric wording have also been made to help readers access symptoms more easily.
Kents Repertory of the Homeopathic Materia Medica
J.T. Kent, 2005
A repertory which is used by every homoeopath. Based on the original provings and information gathered till that time. Includes the art of repertorizing. Repertory is the inverse of a materia medica. It enables one to look up a symptoms of a given region and see the associated remedies. Most popular repertory. Finding the language patient represented.
Synthesis has been the most favored repertories of the modern era ever since it first appeared on the horizon. Derived from the RADAR software, contains many additions to Kent s Repertory on which it is based.The new version includes modern provings and current many authors ideas and visions. Sharp, accurate and all-encompassing. This newest edition adds more than 300,000 remedy occurrences and over 1,600 completely new remedies to the already superb Synthesis 8.
The Complete Repertory
Roger van Zandvoort, 2011
The Complete Repertory is a standard reference source, being one of the two principle modern repertories in daily use by homeopaths all over the world, and has been translated into, or is being translated into many languages (German, French, Dutch, Japanese, Chinese, Hungarian, Portuguese, Spanish,Italian, Romanian, Russian, Hindi). Based on Kent’s Repertory, it has been extensively revised, corrected and updated through several editions and incorporating material from materia medica, clinical cases and other repertories. In its latest 2011 edition it contains nearly 2.3 million remedy additions in over 206,000 rubrics.
The 2011 Complete Repertory features the changes to the remedy grading system that were introduced in the Repertorium Universale, ie. uses the Bönninghausen grading system for more detailed results in analysis, and benefits from the extensive revision and increase in number of cross-references between rubrics undertaken for the introduction of this repertory.
Homeopathic Clinical Repertory
Robin Murphy, 2015
The 3rd edition of the Robin Murphy Repertory includes 20,000 new rubrics and hundreds of new remedies. The database is updated and offers modern medical terminology and disorders. It comprises thousands of new clinical rubrics that the physician can refer easily and in a more efficient manner. An alphabetical mode of formatting of the Chapters as well as the rubrics and sub-rubrics makes searching through the vast and well-researched 74 chapters in the Robin
Murphy Repertory an easy task and a delightful experience for every day use in the practice. The book includes gems from the original Kent’s repertory, as well as significant embellishments from the literature of Samuel Hahnemann, Allen, Hering, Boericke, Burnett, Clarke, Knerr, Kuenzli, Phatak, Boenninghausen, Grimmer, Julian, Nash and many more well known authors. With the concept of keeping practicality as the core of the Robin Murphy Repertory, Dr. Murphy himself adds a host of clinical updates from his years of homoeopathic experience and herbal study. Thousands of new clinical rubrics have been especially incorporated in sections of emergencies, infections, mental disorders and pathologies, thereby improving the chance of finding the similimum more easily than we thought in many clinical and pathological conditions.
The clinical experience that Sue Armstrong has gained over thirty years of treating veterinary cancer patients that could not tolerate chemo- or radiotherapy, or whose owners could not afford to treat using these methods or refused to treat conventionally, has given her insights not only into a methodology for treating cancer cases but also into the disease process itself.
In the first volume of the series, the expert vet describes the scope of homeopathy. She looks at the basics of how cancer arises, its genetic origins and the role of inflammatory processes and oxygen. Then she describes the development of homeopathic cancer treatment from Hahnemann until today, showing the successful approaches of famous homeopaths such as Kent, Grimmer, Ramakrishnan, and Burnett.
Sue Armstrong describes her approach in great detail, distinguishing the various stages of cancer. In animals with a strong predisposition for cancer, a great deal can be achieved by prophylactically altering the diet and using miasmatic treatment. If the tumour is confirmed, treatment is selected according to the stage of the cancer and, for example, whether surgery is indicated. Organotropic remedies, drainage and Schuessler salts are used supportively together with the major cancer nosodes Carcinosinum and Scirrhinum. Clear instructions are also provided for treating the effects of cancer such as cachexia, disturbances in haemoptysis or vomiting. She documents her approach with impressive cases. At the end there is a concise materia medica of cancer remedies.
The Uranium Series: Actinides in Homeopathy - Irradiated Decay, Premature Ageing, Hard Fate
Ulrich Welte, expected date of publication December 2018