|Guide to Homoeopathic Family Kit by B. Jain
This book is being offered to the general public with the honest intention of guiding the layman in the homeopathic self treatment.
|Homeopathic Self-Care: The Quick & Easy Guide for the Whole Family by Robert Ullman, N.D. & Judyth Reichenberg-Ullman, N.D.
The authors, practicing naturopathic physicians, aim to provide a “simple, practical, highly informative yet user friendly guide to self treatment,” and in this they succeed. They emphasize that their guide is meant for treatment of first aid or acute conditions, not chronic or complicated ones. This well-organized book is divided into three parts. Part 1 explains homeopathy and how to use the guide and discusses “taking the case” as well as analyzing, selecting, and administering homeopathic medicines. Part 2, the bulk of the work, lists ailments from abscesses to motion sickness and the homeopathic medicines used to treat them. Icons prompt the user to follow the steps outlined in Part 1. Part 3 describes the main features of the most commonly used homeopathic medicines, and here it helps to have read Part 1 first. Appendixes include lists of books, organizations, homeopathy pharmacies, and information on how to find a homeopath.
|Homeopathic Guide for Travelers by Ravi Roy & Carole Lage-Roy
Ravi Roy and Carola Lage-Roy present a wealth of strategies for using homeopathic medicine to stay happy and healthy while traveling. A bestseller in its original German edition, The Homeopathic Guide for Travelers is equally useful for backpackers, business travelers, and even luxury vacationers. It provides all the preparation needed for a journey, whether a short outing, far-off holiday, or challenging trek.
The homeopathic remedies profiled here—many of them effective even when taken last-minute—address everything from exhaustion to altitude change, from jet lag to climate shifts to the side effects of unfamiliar foods. Drawing from the latest research, the book describes which homeopathic medicines work best against infectious diseases, such as malaria, hepatitis, and Lyme disease, and details remedies for injuries sustained while backpacking, climbing, or diving. Roy and Lage-Roy also explain how to treat stings and bites from poisonous animals and reactions from plants like poison ivy. An introductory chapter features a basic traveler’s first-aid kit.
Ravi Roy and Carola Lage-Roy, practitioners of homeopathic medicine for thirty years, lecture at homeopathic congresses and manage several Internet forums for homeopathic practitioners. They are cofounders of Lage & Roy Verlag, a publishing house focusing on homeopathy, and the Surya Foundation, a nonprofit homeopathic association that publishes Surya magazine. They live in Murnau-Hagen, Germany.