Reference books on Homeopathy.
- The Chronic Diseases, Their Specific Nature And Their Homeopathic Treatment | by Samuel Hahnemann
- This volume, which contains the theoretical part of Hahnemann's Chronic Diseases, has been issued at the urgent request of several Professors in Homoeopathic Medical Colleges, who wish to use it as a college text book. It is to be hoped, too, that the profession at large will appreciate this volume, which in the opinion of many ranks in importance with the Organon.
- A Compend Of The Principles Of Homoeopathy | by William Boericke
- Contains philosophical conceptions and practical directions for the establishment of a true science of therapeutics, and all genuine progress towards this goal is in the direction pointed out in that work. To fix its principles clearly in the mind of the student, to faithfully apply them in practice, is the special duty and high privilege of Homoeopathy.
- The Twelve Tissue Remedies of Schüssler | by William Boericke, Willis A. Dewey
- Comprising the theory, therapeutic application, materia medica, and a complete repertory of these remedies. Homoeopathically and Bio-Chemically considered.
- Medical Therapeutics For Daily Reference | by Rudolph Frederick Rabe
- his volume has been prepared, with the official approval of the American Institute of Homeopathy, in response to a demand for authoritative and concise information in regard to the principles and practice of Homeopathy, on the part of physicians who have not had the opportunity of acquiring this knowledge during their medical course. Every progressive physician to-day is endeavoring to add to his therapeutic armamentarium and is willing to accept and utilize any therapeutic measure which appeals to his judgment and which has stood the test of clinical experience. The wave of therapeutic iconoclasm, which reached its high-water mark a decade ago, is now rapidly receding. Its work has been accomplished and scientific medicine has been cleansed of the fallacies of polypharmacy and of the dangers of thoughtless and massive drugging...