In today’s modern era, the people are taking more responsibility for health, participating more in health- care, decisions and choosing health- care models which that are more in line with natural healing . . . They have taken the role to of decidinge upon what safer treatment they would require for their health- care needs, and keeping in view of the harmful effects of conventional ones, they are switching toward an alternative system of medicine—-homeopathy being their supreme choice. The demand for the use of hHomeopathic tTreatment/ rRemedies have since been increased in North America. Lack of awareness in the homeopathy with regards to other alternative system of medicines has remained the concern of the common people in North America. The author of the “A Complete Handbook of Homeopathic Medicine” was approached by the homeopathic community in North America and especially the pPharmacists to bring out a hHandbook on hHomeopathic mMedicine to guide them with aboutthe hHomeopathic pPhilosophy and the selection of the appropriate remedy for common ailments. The ailments with the recommended medicine are covered alphabetically. The fFirst part explains the history, principles of homeopathy, and homeopathic pharmacy and tTherapeutics for selecting the remedy followed by Part IIsecond part which is the mMateria mMedica of cCommonly prescribed homeopathic medicines. This book will be useful for every-one who hasve interest in homeopathy, and it contains simple steps to choose the right homeopathic remedy for the common ailments. It is a labor- saving handbook and a easy reckoner, providing therapeutic pointers in the treatment of acute and chronic ailments.
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