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People are Pets

Francis Hunter / Steven B. Kayne

Buch: 128 pages, pb
product no.: 10074
weight: 200g
ISBN: 978-0-9467-1771-2 9780946717712

People are Pets

Francis Hunter / Steven B. Kayne

Homoeopathy for first-time users and their pets
10.30 US$
  • only a few in stock, ready to ship within one working day
Buch: 128 pages, pb
product no.: 10074
weight: 200g
ISBN: 978-0-9467-1771-2 9780946717712

The publisher:

This light-hearted, yet informative, book has been written specifically for the increasing numbers of people turning to Homoeopathy for a safe, natural answer to their health problems.
It carries a wealth of information and, with its clear, easy-to-read style, it seeks to take away any mystery or confusion that readers may have about homoeopathic medicine, and enables first-time users to treat simple, self-limiting conditions for themselves and their pets.
25 important remedies are included with their use, potency and dosage fully explained.
Casebook stories from the authors' experiences provide examples of the efficacy of the remedies and these are illustrated with delightful and amusing cartoons by Rog, which help the reader to remember when, and how, to use each remedy.
Francis Hunter is a veterinary surgeon with vast experience of using homoeopathic treatment in his Sussex practice and Steven Kayne is a community pharmacist in Glasgow and a lecturer on homoeopathy in the UK and abroad.
Together, they have produced an essential introductory book which should be kept by every medicine cabinet.
The British Homoeopathic Association is deeply indebted to the authors who have given their time and expertise in the writing of this book and generously donated the copyright and all profits to the work of the charity.

10.30 US$
  • only a few in stock, ready to ship within one working day

The publisher:

This light-hearted, yet informative, book has been written specifically for the increasing numbers of people turning to Homoeopathy for a safe, natural answer to their health problems.
It carries a wealth of information and, with its clear, easy-to-read style, it seeks to take away any mystery or confusion that readers may have about homoeopathic medicine, and enables first-time users to treat simple, self-limiting conditions for themselves and their pets.
25 important remedies are included with their use, potency and dosage fully explained.
Casebook stories from the authors' experiences provide examples of the efficacy of the remedies and these are illustrated with delightful and amusing cartoons by Rog, which help the reader to remember when, and how, to use each remedy.
Francis Hunter is a veterinary surgeon with vast experience of using homoeopathic treatment in his Sussex practice and Steven Kayne is a community pharmacist in Glasgow and a lecturer on homoeopathy in the UK and abroad.
Together, they have produced an essential introductory book which should be kept by every medicine cabinet.
The British Homoeopathic Association is deeply indebted to the authors who have given their time and expertise in the writing of this book and generously donated the copyright and all profits to the work of the charity.

10.30 US$
  • only a few in stock, ready to ship within one working day

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