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Homeotherapeutics: A Scientific Handbook of Homeopathic Medicine

 
Alexandra N Delinick (Author)
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Have you wondered why the medical establishment has doubts as to validity of Homeopathic therapy? The reason for these doubts is based upon the fact that homeopaths have not been able to explain certain major tenets of Homeopathic philosophy, theory and practice. The following questions posed by the scientific community to homeopaths that have not been answered and pose insurmountable obstacles in the acceptance of Homeopathic theory are listed below: 1. How does the Homeopathic substance, when diluted in distilled water and ethanol or in distilled water, convey its information to the water and ethanol molecules? 2. Why and how does the Homeopathic dilution still maintain its ?information? even after the potentization process has surpassed the dilution point of avogadro?s number? 3. How does the Homeopathic remedy affect the organism and at what level? How does it act therapeutically and via what methods to bring about the desired therapeutic result?  This book answers the above questions using conventional scientific theories from experimental data and proposed a model of the organism and its pathology that is conducive to both conventional and homeopathic medicine.  This book will serve as a valuable tool for the homeopath and his/her patients, providing both with an understanding of how the homeopathic remedy works in the body and what happens to the remedy during the potentization process.  Written in simple language it will try to answer many of the questions posed by medical doctors, scientists, researchers and patients regarding the nature of the homeopathic remedy and how it promotes a therapeutic effect without reverting to metaphysics but using conventional scientific theories.  These answers will be backed by experimental data.  The book also contains a historical overview citing the major turn of events in the history of Homeopathic thought and how these turn of events have led to the present situation.  It will be an eye opener for patients who want to better understand their pathology and how homeopathic therapy is suitable for them.

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About the author

Alexandra N Delinick

Alexadra N. Delinick grew up in York City and attended the Bronx High School of Science, then went on to receive her Bachelor in Honors Curriculum from Hunter College, City University of New York. She then attended the Aristotelian University Medical School in Thessaloniki, Greece and received her medical degree. From 1987 to 1999 she studied homeopathy with George Vithoulkas and was his assistant. She became Research Director of Center of Homeopathic Medicine in Athens and the Hellenic Medical Homeopathic League and was elected General Secretary of Research for the LMHI or International League of Medical Homeopaths from 195 to 1998. She was also Executive/Science Editor of the "European Journal of Classical Homeopathy." In April 2002 she was invited by the NSA "Vassil Levski" University in Sofia, Bulgaria to write Bachelor of Science and Master of Science Program in Homeopathic Therapy. She is currently treating patients as a classical homeopath and has founded the Institute of Homeotherapeutics.

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Bibliographic information

Title Homeotherapeutics: A Scientific Handbook of Homeopathic Medicine
Format Softcover
Date published: 09.01.2006
Edition Revised 2nd ed.
Language: English
isbn 8180568296, 9788180568299
length xx+257p., Glossary; Figures; Bibliography; 23cm.