288 pages, hb
product no. 09574
Homeopathic medicine is often able to help even the most severe cases of mental illness, as convincingly demonstrated by the popular and respected homeopathic doctors Judyth Reichenberg-Ullman and Robert Ullman in this book. They show alternatives to the widely used antidepressants, which often have side effects, and which are unable to satisfactorily resolve the underlying problems.
Using examples from their own practice, they describe impressive long-term, successful treatments for depression, anxiety, bipolar disorder, and other types of mental illness.
Homeopaths will also find this book, a revision of Prozac Free, exceptionally helpful as the authors present many unusual remedies such as Bismuth, Chocolate, and Hydrogen. Psychiatrists, psychologists, and other therapists can find here a truly promising alternative to the use of conventional psychopharmaceuticals.
A book to inspire and motivate.
“I know Judyth and Robert Ullman as my colleagues, and as very experienced and dedicated homeopaths, well-grounded in classical homeopathy, and very open to the recent advances in the system.
They are also very good writers, give a true picture of the process of homeopathic treatment, and of how it is effective in mental and emotional problems. I recommend this book to all those who are interested in homeopathy and health.”
“A must-read for anyone who is considering antidepressant medication.”
Jennifer Jacobs, M.D., MPHH, Past President, American Institute of Homeopathy, co-author of “Healing with Homeopathy”
“The authors give hope to patients and families searching for a natural alternative to antidepressant drugs.”
Roger Morrison, M.D.,Author of the “Desktop Guide” and “Desktop Companion”
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