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Frontiers of Sceince in Homoeopathy

Author : V. Elia Reddy
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This ground-breaking work, which Elia considered his most valuable asset, changed the way we think about our Homeopathic Principles and Practice. Elia utilised the centuries of discoveries of almost all the branches of science in this exposition. How Homeopathic medicine is present in Ultra High Dilutions? How Homeopathic medicine works? Scientific explanation for almost all the rubrics of Repertory etc. All the principles of Homeopathy are explained Scientifically and Mathematically Miasm (Entropy), Vital Force, Simple substance (Elementary particle), Susceptibility (Resonating Bandwidth), Law of Similars, Idiosyncrasy, Predisposition and the like. All the homoeopathic practising methods explained scientifically. Suppression, Homeopathic Aggravation, Remedy reaction, Posology, Potency repetition, Second prescription, Organs of Elimination, Diet and regimen, Simple and Complex diseases, Alternating diseases, One side diseases, Alternation of Remedies, Constitutional up-building, Sleep, Dream, Meditation in treatment of diseases.

Homeopathy a Frontier in Medical Science

Author : Paolo Bellavite
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The longevity and growth of homeopathic medicine worldwide has perplexed conventional physicians and scientists for two hundred years. This book is the first to establish the theoretical and experimental basis for homeopathic medicine in a way that serious physicians and scientists can appreciate. Homeopathy: A Frontier in Medical Science compels physicians to consider homeopathy as a viable therapeutic option, and it encourages scientists to explore more seriously the implications of this pharmacological specialty.

The Emerging Science of Homeopathy

Author : Paolo Bellavite
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In this updated reissue of their 1995 classic 'Homeopathy - a frontier in Medical Science', Italian physicians Paolo Bellavite and Andrea Signorini thoroughly examine previous and current literature on the science of homeopathy in order to discover answers tot he elemental questions - does it work? And if so, how does it work? Tackling the problem of the nanopharmacological doses of homeopathy (high potencies, in homeopathic parlance), Bellavite and Signorini engage in a fascinating discussion of the biophysics of water, biological effects of electromagnetic fields, chaos theory, and fractals. They construct a plausible model of homeopathy's mechanism of action and offer up a compelling argument for the inclusion of homeopathy in the world of mainstream medicine and science.

Mosby s Complementary Alternative Medicine E Book

Author : Lyn W. Freeman
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Providing a comprehensive overview, this text includes practical, clinically relevant coverage of complementary and alternative medicine, with commentary by well-known experts, descriptions of recent medical advances, case studies, and the history and philosophy of each discipline, along with indications, contraindications, practical application, and clinical trials for each topic. Research is critically reviewed, with examples of exceptional and flawed studies. You’ll gain an understanding of the most commonly used alternative therapies, as well as those most likely to be integrated with conventional medical treatment. More than 200 photographs and illustrations and 15 new line drawings clarify the material and make learning easier. A highly readable style simplifies complex concepts and keeps the material interesting. Current, research-based information explores the efficacy of many therapies so you can make decisions with confidence. Healing methods are emphasized, rather than systems. A topical organization lets you use what you need for your own practice, without having to read through extraneous detail. Chapter openers show why the content of the chapter is important, what is covered, and what objectives will be met. Features include: Why Read this Chapter? Chapter at a Glance Chapter Objectives An Expert Speaks boxes highlight the personal experience of well-known researchers and practitioners in each discipline, discussing the historical context of research, current contributions, and future directions. Critical Thinking and Clinical Application Questions show real-world situations so you can test and apply your knowledge. Points to Ponder help you tie together and interpret facts. A Closer Look boxes expand upon case study reviews and clinical application examples. Learning Opportunities suggest activities for interacting with health care professionals. Summary tables show outcomes from important clinical trials at a glance. Appendices provide information on CAM resources and contacts. A free Evolve companion website includes regular updates of content, student activities, and full-color images. Three new chapters: Reiki describes this popular CAM therapy and how it can be used along with related ethical and legal issues. Measurement of the Human Biofield explores cutting-edge technology and research into the biofield as well as theories about the implications of mind-body regulation. The Future of Ethnomedicine offers views of health and sickness from around the world, including perspectives that differ from traditional instruction and media portrayals. Includes the latest information on professional licensing. Seven new interviews are included, plus updates to previous interviews.

Science Frontiers

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An Introduction to Homeopathic Medicine in Primary Care

Author : Sidney Skinner
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A family nurse practitioner and homeopathic clinician in San Francisco, Skinner explains to mainstream health care providers how to treat many non-chronic illnesses with homeopathic medicines safely and effectively. He analyzes the 15 homeopathic medicines most valuable to primary care, and explains

Alternative Medicine and Spinal Cord Injury

Author : Laurance Johnston, PhD
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Studies indicate that 40% of Americans use some form of alternative medicine; for individuals with long-term disabilities, learning about their options is even more critical. Written by the former director of the Spinal Cord Research and Education Foundation of the PVA, this is the first book to cover alternative therapies for spinal cord injury. From acupuncture to laser-based therapies, herbal medicine, homeopathy, craniosacral therapy, magnetic healing, and more, the book empowers readers by: Providing clear, reliable information on alternative choices to traditional health care. Equipping readers to make more informed decisions about their own health care. Tailoring information to meet the specific needs of the approximately 450,000 individuals living with a spinal cord injury. Providing healing modalities that minimize the risks that are especially relevant to people with SCI, like overmedication, hospitalization, and life-threatening infections. For those who have been forced to rely on the advice of the traditional medical specialist for their health care, this book opens a broad array of holistic options. It is essential for anyone suffering from a spinal cord injury, their families, friends, caregivers, and health-care providers.

Reptile Medicine and Surgery E Book

Author : Stephen J. Divers
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This outstanding clinical reference provides valuable insights into solving clinical dilemmas, formulating diagnoses, developing therapeutic plans, and verifying drug dosages for both reptiles and amphibians. The information is outlined in an easy-to-use format for quick access that is essential for emergency and clinical situations. Discusses veterinary medicine and surgery for both reptiles and amphibians Features complete biology of snakes, lizards, turtles, and crocodilians Provides step-by-step guidelines for performing special techniques and procedures such as anesthesia, clinical pathology, diagnostic imaging, euthanasia and necropsy, fracture management, soft tissue surgery, and therapeutics Covers specific diseases and conditions such as anorexia, aural abscesses, and digit abnormalities in a separate alphabetically organized section 53 expert authors contribute crucial information to the study of reptiles and offer their unique perspectives on particular areas of study The expansive appendix includes a reptile and amphibian formulary A new full-color format features a wealth of vivid images and features that highlight important concepts and bring key procedures to life 29 new chapters covering diverse topics such as stress in captive reptiles, emergency and critical care, ultrasound, endoscopy, and working with venomous species Many new expert contributors that share valuable knowledge and insights from their experiences in practicing reptile medicine and surgery Unique coverage of cutting-edge imaging techniques, including CT and MRI

Mosby s Complementary Alternative Medicine

Author : Lynda W. Freeman
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Offers a comprehensive overview of complementary and alternative medicine, discussing the history, philosophy, and mechanisms of alternative treatments and providing information on alternative and complementary treatments for a variety of conditions.

Signals and Images

Author : Madeleine Bastide
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Scientists challenging dominant paradigms are either ignored or attacked by the scientific mainstream. This book, however, contains a selection of scientific papers presented at the two last GIRI meetings (International Research Group on Very Low Dose and High Dilution Effects). The majority of these papers present results performed with succussed high dilutions (homeopathic dilutions), even beyond the Avogrado number. All presented models are classified, and their interpretation is possible either in the mechanistic paradigm or in an information paradigm. This new field of research introduces new scientific concepts which are supported by experimental results. Furthermore, this nascent science is totally concerned with living organisms and, as such, it becomes necessary to define `information' brought by non-molecular high dilutions. This book presents brain-storming work of this research group and is one of the starting points of a scientific evolution.

Proceedings of the Indian Science Congress

Author : Indian Science Congress Association
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The Journal of Alternative and Complementary Medicine

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What Has Wittenberg to Do with Azusa

Author : David J. Courey
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Global Pentecostalism is a twenty-first century phenomenon. Yet in North America, where the movement was born, it has stalled. Courey uncovers the cause of this plateau in the triumphalism that is characteristic of both North American Protestantism and Pentecostalism. Through the identification of parallels between Martin Luther and contemporary Pentecostals, Courey detects in Luther's Theology of the Cross a potent remedy for this tension. Utilising this insight, Courey reflects on other faith traditions, and provides a counterpoint to the triumphalism that inhibits the development of Pentecostalism in North America and around the world. This work comprises of three parts. The first is historical, charting the antecedents and development of Pentecostal triumphalism. The second is an experiment in historical theology, seeking basic resonances between Luther and early Pentecostals, and examining the Theology of the Cross as a means of probing Pentecostalism. The final section is an effort in constructive theology, applying the theologia crucis to some of the central aspects of Pentecostalism.

Frontiers of Natural Therapies

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Serials in the British Library

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Healthcare Guide to the Internet

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The Marriage of the Sun and Moon

Author : Andrew Weil
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Believing that the distinctions made between mind and body and self and non-self are unnatural separations, the author of Spontaneous Healing explores the nature of the unconscious mind in its relation to ordinary consciousness. Reprint.

Johnson s New Universal Cyclop dia

Author : Frederick Augustus Porter Barnard
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Johnson s revised Universal Cyclopaedia

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The Athen um

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