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John Henry Clarke

John Henry Clarke

studied medicine in Edinburgh and was awarded his doctorate in 1877.

Early on, he sought contact to the “high-potency prescribers” such as Skinner and Berridge, which brought him into conflict with other homeopaths.
He edited the homeopathic journal “The Homoeopathic World“ for almost 30 years.

His major work was the “Dictionary of Practical Materia Medica,” published in 1900, which features a large number of remedies, drawing on multiple sources.

Clarke was a close friend of R. T. Cooper and J. Compton Burnett, so that his Dictionary contains the accumulated wisdom of these three great homeopaths.

Main works:
1. Dictionary of practical Materia Medica
2. A Clinical Repertory

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Un Dicionario De Materia Médica Práctica

Vol 1-3
2928 pages, hb, product no. 12837
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El Prescriptor

304 pages, pb, product no. 12723
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Constitutional Medicine

182 pages, pb, product no. 00011

A Dictionary of Practical Materia Medica

3 Volumes
2586 pages, hb, product no. 00033

Gunpowder as a War Remedy

24 pages, pb, product no. 00118

Whooping Cough

Cured with Coqueluchin its Homoeopathic Nosode
106 pages, pb, product no. 00120

Diseases of the Heart & Arteries

Their Causes, Nature and Treatment
206 pages, pb, product no. 00121

Grand Characteristics of the Materia Medica

32 pages, pb, product no. 00156

Haemorrhoids - Habitual constipation

196 pages, pb, product no. 01129

A Clinical Repertory

to the Dictionary of Materia Medica
432 pages, pb, product no. 01336