OverviewA classical reference guide to remedy relationships - 465 remedies are referenced by complementary, inimical, antidotal, and, (where appropriate), cyclical relationships. A must have!
121 pp pb
Drawing from many different homoeopathic sources including journals (sources are attributed throughout the text) the authors examine 465 remedies in terms of their relationship: complementary, inimical, antidotal, and, (where appropriate), cyclical.
Bowel nosodes are included together with orthodox information regarding poisonings and what to do about them. Beautifully laid out and well presented.
I have two books on remedy relationships: one by Abdur Rehman and one by Thomas Blasig and Peter Vint. I check in these books every time I select a ‘second prescription’, an acute remedy, a supportive remedy, even if it's a tissue salt. I want the relationship to be good, or at least not bad. I always look it up to make sure it follows well or is complementary.
— Miranda Castro