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The Homeopathic Revolution - Why Famous People and Cultural Heroes Choose Homeopathy

The Homeopathic Revolution - Why Famous People and Cultural Heroes Choose Homeopathy

Author : Dana Ullman, MPH
Category : Organon & Philosophy
Edition: 1st
Year: 2008
Look: softcover
ISBN: 978-1-55643-671-0
Publisher : Atlantic Books

About the book

I was reading this book in a hospital emergency room waiting for my 91-year-old father to be treated. Someone noticed the book in my hands and commented, "That stuff works!" then explained how they used the herb Echinacea when they had a cold. This little encounter is evidence of the book's opening sentence: "Despite its significant popularity throughout the world, homeopathy is commonly misunderstood, condemned, or simply unknown."

Since my introduction to homeopathy first as a patient in 1996, and now as a continuing life-long student of homeopathy, The Homeopathic Revolution is unlike any other book I have read or used in my studies. It consists of extensively researched quotes, testimonies, and facts about famous people who were supporters, practitioners, and users of homeopathy. As the author explains in Chapter 1, the intent is not to verify homeopathy's effectiveness scientifically but to offer a large body of experience to gain better sense of the important role that homeopathy has played in the past and will play in the future of health care. In his tenth published book, Dana Ullman provides testimony after testimony to the power and efficacy of this medical art.

Posted by : Judith Trojnar On May 31, 2011

  DISCLAIMER: The information provided is for educational purposes only. It is not meant to diagnose or treat any health condition and is not a replacement for treatment by a healthcare provider.
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