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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.
The app includes additional material, including illustrations and key symptoms of 24 plant based homeopathic remedies, one for each chapter of the book. There are also links to external homeopathic study resources.
1. How I became a Homeopath
2. Homeopathy, Allopathy & Enantiopathy
3. The Principle of Cure by Medicines Revealed by Hahnemann
4. The Word Homeopathy
5. Sketch of Hahnemann's Career
6. Hahnemann's Criticism of the Practice of his Time
7. Homeopathy and Pathology or the Theory of Disease
8. Hahnemann's Doctrine of the Chronic Miasms
9. The Infinitesimal Dose
10. The Power of Infinitesimals Recognised by Non-homeopathic Authorities
11. Examples of Homeopathic Cures from Hahnemann's Own Practice
12. More Illustrations
13. What are Homeopathic Medicines?
14. The Different Meanings of the Word "Dose"
15. The Homeopathic Materia Medica
16. Sensitives. The case of Casper Hauser
17. What are "LIKES"?
18. Serum Therapeutics and Nosodes
19. How to Practise Homeopathy
20. Some Comparative Statistics
21. Is Homeopathy Spreading?
22. Some Objections Answered
23. The Hopefulness and Harmlessness of Homeopathy
24. Conclusion : Homeopathy in Aphorisms