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Introduction to Homeopathic Medicine

 File — Box: 4, Folder: 18
Collection number: Folder 18

Scope and Contents

by Mark L. Gallert. Contents: What are the Advantages of Homeopathic Medicines?; What is a Homeopathic Remedy?; From What Substances are Homeopathic Remedies Produced?; What is the Relationship Between the Effect of a Substance in its Original Form, and the Effect of the Same Substance After it has been Homeopathically Triturated?; What Therapeutic Effects can be Obtained from Homeopathic Remedies?; How is a Homeopathic Remedy Produced?; Effect of Increasing Trituration or Succussion; Scientific Principles Underlying Homeopathic Method of Preparation of Remedies; What is the Additional Dimension of Homeopathic Remedies?; How do Homeopathic Remedies Produce their Therapeutic Effects? How Were the Remedial Effects of the Different Homeopathic Remedies Ascertained?; Why is Homeopathy Not More Widely Practiced?; What is the New Factor that can Lead to Expansion of Use of Homeopathic Medicine; Where can Further Inforamtion be Obtained on Homeopathic Remedies?


  • 1920's-1970's

Conditions Governing Access

This collection is open for research


From the Collection: 18 Boxes


From the Collection: English


Repository Details

Part of the Valdosta State University Archives and Special Collections Repository

Valdosta State University Archives, Odum Library
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Valdosta GA 30601 United States
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