Calc. Carb.

[oyster shell, mother-0f-pearl, carbonate of lime] Calcium Carbonate occurs naturally in marble, chalk, limestone and coral. The mineral used in the homeopathic remedy is obtained from the white inner lining of an oyster shell. Hahnemann proved the remedy, and published the proving in his Chronic Diseases (1821-34). Calc. Carb. is one of the three major anti-psoric remedies, the other two …

Bryonia

[White Bryony, English Mandrake, Devil’s turnip] An herbaceous, perennial vine of the cucumber family, white bryony is a vigorous vine with major destructive potential to native vegetation. It forms dense mats which shade out the vegetation it grows upon. [Wikipedia] Bryony was used traditionally by herbalists as a poultice for various conditions, and internally to relieve cough and to induce …

Belladonna

[Devil’s Berries, Deadly Nightshade] Belladonna is a perennial herbaceous plant in the family Solanaceae, native to Europe, North Africa, and Western Asia. The foliage and berries are extremely toxic, containing tropane alkaloids. These toxins include scopolamine and hyoscyamine which cause a bizarre delirium and hallucinations, and are also used as pharmaceutical anticholinergics. The drug atropine is derived from the plant. …

Arsenicum

[Arsenic trioxide] Arsenic is a mineral with well-known highly poisonous properties. It was used in the past to make wallpaper, flypapers and as rat poison. It’s use as a coloring medium for wallpaper sometimes resulted in accidental poisonings when dampness produced an arsenic vapour. It was proved by Hahnemann and published in his Materia Medica Pura (1821-34) [H C Allen] …

Aconite

[common names: monk’s hood, wolf’s bane, blue rocket, friar’s cap] Aconite is a highly poisonous herbaceous perennial plant growing to 1 m tall, with hairless stems and leaves. It was used externally until 1805, when it was proved by Hahnemann and added to the homeopathic materia medica. [H C Allen] It is generally indicated in acute or recent cases occurring …

The Magic of the Minimum Dose

Dorothy Shepherd reveals the secrets of her lifelong experience as a Homeopath. This book is packed with case histories and information about homeopathic remedies. An excellent resource for students and practitioners alike We have completely reformatted the book to make it accessible on a wide range of digital devices, including Kindle, iPad, iPhone, Sony eReader and many more.   The …

Principles and Art of cure by Homeopathy

Dr. Herbert A. Roberts This classic is more than an introduction to Homeopathy. As well as the basic principles, it covers case taking and analysis, constitutions,  miasms and temperaments. The book provides the student with an excellent grounding from which to proceed with detailed study. Study questions at the end of the first five chapters help to reinforce key concepts. …

Homeopathy Explained

John Henry Clarke’s Homeopathy Explained, written in 1905, provides an excellent introduction to the subject of Homeopathy. It includes a concise biography of  the founder of Homeopathy, Samuel Hahnemann, and wide ranging information about the author’s experiences as a Homeopath, including case histories and comparisons with conventional medicine. We have completely reformatted the book to make it accessible on a …

Organon of Medicine

Organon Edition 5, translated by Dudgeon Organon Edition 6, translated by Boericke Each eBook comes in three different formats: All formats include a comprehensive navigation system, which means you can rapidly access different parts of the document, without having to scroll through from the beginning. Clicking on the “Add to Cart” Button will add the item to your shopping cart. …

How to Choose the Correct Remedy

For the homeopath, no part of the treatment process is more important than the selection of the appropriate remedy. If the correct remedy is not chosen, the patient will not experience any perceptible changes in their condition. The more closely the symptoms of the remedy match those of the patient, the greater will be the degree of resonance between the two, and the greater the likelihood …