Homeopathy Pocket

Homeopathy Pocket

  • Almut Brandl

BRA400

$14.95

$13.45

Overview

The perfect size materia medica book for tossing in a bag and carrying with you!! Great for travel, great for moms who carry remedies with them.

This book not only helps in acute situations, it also works as a study aid for reinforcing the keynotes of over 100 well known remedies. Surprisingly includes some medium and smaller size remedies.

Germany
411 pp pb
ISBN 1-59103-250-4

Details

  • Concise introduction to the holistic approach of homeopathic medicine
     
  • Extensive descriptions of more than 100 homeopathic remedies.
     
  • Substantial list of diseases with references to the appropriate remedies
     
  • Medical terms used in text are defined in a comprehensive glossary
     
  • Aimed at physicians, medical students, practitioners, pharmacists and healthcare consumers
     
  • Thumb register for rapid access to topic sections
     
  • Comprehensive yet trimly sized at 3.75 x 5 inches
     
  • Highest quality paper and thread-stitched binding ensures years of use.

Contents

Homeopathic Case-taking -- 16
Searching for a Remedy -- 19
Doctrine of Miasms -- 22
Choice of Potency and Dosage -- 22
Homeopathy and the Single Remedy -- 24
Reactions to a Remedy and Healing Process -- 25
Homeopathic Remedies -- 29
List of Equivalent Terms -- 29

Abrotanum -- 47
Aconitum napellus -- 50
Aethusa cynapium -- 53
Agaricus muscarius -- 55
Allium cepa -- 58
Aloe -- 60
Alumina -- 62
Ambra grisea -- 65
Anacardium orientale -- 67
Antimonium crudum -- 69
Antimonium sulphuratum aurantiacum -- 71
Antimonium tartarium -- 72
Apis mellifica -- 74
Argentum nitricum -- 77
Arnica montana -- 80
Arsenicum album -- 83
Aurum metallicum -- 86
Baryta carbonica -- 90
Belladonna -- 93
Bromium -- 96
Bryonia -- 99
Calcarea carbonica -- 102
Calcarea phosphorica -- 105
Calcarea sulphurica -- 108
Camphora -- 110
Cannabis indica -- 112
Cantharis -- 114
Capsicum -- 116
Carbo vegetabilis -- 119
Causticum -- 122
Chamomilla -- 126
Chelidonium -- 128
China officinalis -- 130
Cimicifuga -- 133
Cina -- 135
Cocculus -- 137
Coffea -- 139
Colocynthis -- 142
Conium maculatum -- 144
Crotalus horridus -- 148
Cuprum metallicum -- 151
Dulcamara -- 153
Eupatorium perfoliatum -- 156
Ferrum metallicum -- 158
Ferrum phosphoricum -- 161
Fluoricum acidum -- 163
Gelsemium -- 166
Glonoinum -- 169
Graphites -- 171
Helleborus niger -- 174
Hepar sulphuris -- 177
Hyoscyamus niger --180
Hypericum -- 183
Ignatia -- 185
Iodium -- 188
Ipecacuanha -- 190
Kali bichromicum -- 192
Kali carbonicum -- 194
Kali phosphoricum -- 197
Kali sulphuricum -- 199
Lac caninum -- 202
Lachesis -- 204
Ledum -- 208
Lilium tigrinum -- 210
Lycopodium -- 213
Magnesia carbonica -- 216
Magnesia muriatica -- 218
Magnesia phosphorica -- 220
Medorrhinum --222
Mercurius solubilis -- 225
Natrum carbonicum -- 228
Natrum muriaticum -- 230
Natrum sulphuricum -- 233
Nitricum acidum -- 235
Nux moschata --238
Nux vomica -- 240
Opium -- 243
Petroleum -- 245
Phosphoricum acidum -- 247
Phosphorus -- 250
Phytolacca -- 253
Picrinicum acidum -- 255
Platinum -- 257
Plumbum --260
Podophyllum -- 262
Psorinum -- 264
Pulsatilla -- 267
Rhus toxicodendron -- 270
Sepia -- 273
Silicea -- 276
Spongia -- 279
Stannum -- 281
Staphisagria -- 283
Stramonium -- 287
Sulphur -- 290
Sulphuricum acidum -- 293
Syphilinum -- 295
Tarentula hispanica -- 298
Thuja -- 301
Tuberculinum -- 305
Veratrum album -- 308
Zincum metallicum -- 311

Diseases -- 315
Glossary -- 367
About the Author -- 379
Bibliography -- 380
Index -- 393

Almut Brandl

Almut Brandl studied medicine in Freiburg, Germany, where she was born in 1966. She had become acquainted with homeopathy even before beginning medical school, working in the Lahnhohe Clinic in Lahnstein under the direction of Dr. Max Bruker.

From the beginning of her studies she dedicated herself to learning all about classical homeopathy, starting with lectures by Dr. Ulrich Fischer, and then in working groups with other students, or learning from the teachings of the practitioner Bruno Jakobs.

She spent some time studying in Sweden, England, and Switzerland, and upon completion of her Ph.D. she worked as house officer in the Children's Hospital in Karlsruhe.

From 1996 to 1998 she practiced classical homeopathy at Hof Bellevue, a special clinic for holistic medicine on Fehmarn Island in the Baltic Sea. During this time she earned professional certification in homeopathy, and attended seminars at the International Academy for Classical Homeopathy in Greece with George Vithoulkas, winner of the 1996 Alternative Nobel Prize.

From 1998 to 2000 she worked in a hospital specializing in acute-care internal medicine, concentrating on natural therapies and homeopathy. Since the end of 2000 she worked in homeopathic general practice in Altensteig in the northern Black Forest region.