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Companion to Homeopathy

The Practitioner's Guide

Colin Griffith Miranda Castro



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Watkins Publishing
18 December 2018
Homoeopathy is an extraordinarily powerful system of health care because of its ability to treat people on all three levels - body, mind and spirit. While orthodox medicine treats the physical body, there are frequently mental, emotional and spiritual blocks that might inhibit a patient's recovery. Homoeopathy treats the whole person, taking into account their personal history, environmental factors both current and historical, and their hereditary propensity to be vulnerable to particular illnesses or conditions. The practitioner will also cross-refer the patient to complementary therapies, where appropriate, to aid recovery. This comprehensive guide provides incontrovertible evidence of the importance of homoeopathy and the energy of homoeopathic medicines. It is essentially a practical book showing how to treat a whole range of conditions and symptoms; it also addresses controversial subjects such as immunisation and the use of mind-altering drugs. It answers many of the questions raised by patients, with examples and case histories.
By:   Colin Griffith, Miranda Castro
Imprint:   Watkins Publishing
Country of Publication:   United Kingdom
Dimensions:   Height: 236mm,  Width: 155mm,  Spine: 61mm
Weight:   1.089kg
ISBN:   9781906787714
ISBN 10:   1906787719
Pages:   864
Publication Date:   18 December 2018
Audience:   General/trade ,  ELT Advanced
Format:   Paperback
Publisher's Status:   Active

Colin Griffith MCH RSHom is a highly respected practitioner of homoeopathy. He is a founder member of the Guild of Homoeopaths and lectures regularly at the Centre for Homoeopathic Education. He is author of The Practical Handbook of Homoeopathy and The New Materia Medica.

Reviews for Companion to Homeopathy: The Practitioner's Guide

'This book is an expose of how a homoeopath thinks. It is about illness and disease but also about health and cures, achieved with painstaking work and flashes of insight. The excitement of the author is infectious. He writes anecdotal case stories of ordinary folk, and of Beethoven, Brahms and Byron. This is about clinical excellence achieved through a rigorous philosophy combined with intuition. It is not about first aid or self-treatment, but it will enlighten the intelligent reader about when to go and consult a registered and trained homoeopath.' Francis Treuherz MA, RSHom, FS Hom, Hon. Secretary of the Society of Homoeopaths

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