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The Homeopathic Preventive Medicine

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Prevention is always better than cure. This manual provides the information necessary for the treatment and prevention of common and uncommon diseases by homeopathy. The work is an outcome of the experience of the masters and the author himself on homeopathic prevention of infections, surgical conditions and other acute complaints. It covers a wide range of diseases with their prophylactic homeopathic prescription. It is organised in alphabetical order for quick reference and lists over 200 illnesses and provides brief descriptions and suggested homeopathic treatment for each one. In today's time when medical bills are always a heavy toll in our pockets, this book on prevention comes as a sigh of relief. It features alphabetical arrangement of the diseases with preventive homeopathic treatment. It illustrates the role of homeopathic medicines for each disease condition as preventive as well as curative. It implies remedies for each disease with dosage and potency. It suggests homeopathic medicines that can be used in place of vaccination. It includes a list of homeopathic medicines which can be used as preventive for side effects of allopathic drugs. It covers pre- and post-operative homeopathic treatment.


Strange Medicine

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Many of today's illnesses are often treated with a prescription for medication. But long ago, people battled sicknesses with roots, plants, and even bugs. Learn more about early remedies and the seemingly strange ways people tried to cure illnesses.


A Pixie's Prescription

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A Pixie's Prescription is a fun toolkit of stories, tips, and recipes that will inspire you to do something nice for yourself each and every day in order to live A Feel Better Life. Have you ever thought about what really fills you up and makes you feel satisfied? Kate Chapman has spent years studying just that. After successfully losing one hundred pounds and regaining her overall wellness, Kate discovered all the things she needs in life in order to maintain her awesome new existence. For years Kate kept a hand-drawn daisy by her bedside with words written on the petals, the center, and the stem. Those words were her reminders of all the things she needs to focus on in life in order to remain as beautiful and vibrant as a summer daisy. In this wonderfully light-hearted book, Kate shares great ways to practice cultivating those life-improvements anytime and anywhere. Using her knowledge and experience as a Health Coach, Kate inspires her reader to take just one small, gentle step toward A Feel Better Life each day - and if you're like her, you'll choose one that's free!


Psychiatry As Medicine

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PREFACE This volume is a sequel to yet independent of our Paranoia: A Study in Diagnosis, Reidel, Dordrecht and Boston, 1976. Whereas our first book centered on diagnosis, this centers on treatment. In our first volume, all discussions of nosology (theory of illness) and of treatment was ancillary to our discussion of diagnosis; similarly all discussion of this volume dealing with nosology - there is very little on diagnosis here - is ancillary to our discussion of psychotherapy. It is still our profoundest conviction that to speak of treatment without diagnosis is meaningless, if not irresponsible, since otherwise one does not know what one is talking about. Hence, our present study, though it centers on theories of treatment, links psychotherapy with psychopathology. It is the rationale of psychotherapy which is of importance, and the rationale dwells in this link. We wish our present study to be self-contained and understood by readers who are not familiar with our first book - or with any specific literature. Our discussion of medicine in general, meaning the rationale of therapy in general, helps the uninitiated reader, as well as the initiated, we hope: it certainly has helped us. We did not see how else can we study a branch of medicine; we felt the need for some idea of how medicine is supposed to work.



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