Homeopathy is an approach to medicine based on the principle that nay substance that can cause illness can also be a cure. Centuries old, its practice has always enjoyed wide popularity among individuals looking for safe and effective ways to treat illness as well as to improve their health.

The Complete Homeopathy Handbook is the definitive guide for using homeopathic remedies at home. It includes A-to-Z listings for external and internal remedies, with explanations for correctly diagnosing the symptoms of any particular injury or illness. The book also includes ten case studies and specific dos and don’ts to follow when treating more than seventy conditions.



Editorial Reviews
From Library Journal
A London homeopath gives advice on home treatment of common ailments such as headaches, flu, and indigestion. She describes the history and principles of homeopathy, tells how to diagnose and prescribe as a professional would, and offers a descriptive materia medica and repertory of symptoms for both external and internal treatment. She also includes guidelines on which ailments can be safely treated at home and case histories. Castro’s clear, well-organized manual is one of the most accessible general-audience references on the subject–less comprehensive than Andrew Lockie’s Family Guide to Homeopathy ( LJ 7/91) but easier to use for the beginner. Recommended for public libraries.
– Judith Eannarino, Washington, D.C.

About the Author
Miranda Castro, a practicing homeopath, is a member of the Society of Homeopaths, in England, and the author of The Complete Homeopathy Handbook. She lives in England.