A Homeopathic Handbook of Natural Remedies: Safe and by Laura Josephson

By Laura Josephson

A Homeopathic instruction manual of traditional Remedies bargains the main succinct and updated details to be had on homeopathy, a mode of therapeutic that works through stimulating the body’s usual defenses. Laura Josephson offers an outline of the therapeutic rules and heritage of homeopathy, transparent directions for settling on and treating indicators, and directions for getting ready and stocking your house kit.

In addition to homeopathic first reduction therapy for such diseases as again ache, puncture wounds, eye accidents, fractures, and bug bites, the e-book outlines treatments for a variety of daily lawsuits, together with bronchial asthma, coughs, colds, flu, fevers, digestive difficulties, complications, PMS, earaches, insomnia, jet lag, and extra. A separate part bargains in particular with youth conditions.

Also integrated is an intensive source listing of homeopathic pharmacies and an inventory of articles and different courses that supply additional details.

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Often in biographical works, too little recognition is given to the wives of famous men. Like Sophie Priessnitz, the good spirit of Gräfenberg who earned the respect of all patients as "Madame Priessnitz," Theresia Schroth was a great support to her husband. This is especially remarkable because these women, like their husbands, came from a peasant background and had no formal education. Yet they took responsibility for the care and accommodation of large numbers of patients besides keeping their own homes, raising children, and tending to farm duties.

His famous saying, "Water is good; air is better, but light is best of all," was the motto of his nature cure establishment in Veldes. It's widely quoted here but few people know any more than that about him. Benedict Lust paid a brief tribute to Rikli as "the first to call the attention of the world to the value of the light, air and sunbath" (Lust 1900, 5). It is unfortunate that Lust didn't make it to Veldes when he toured the famous establishments of the great European nature cure pioneers in 1926.

During his day, his name was literally a household word throughout Europe. A letter to him from the United States addressed "Herr Priessnitz, Europe" was delivered with no problem, and by his death, over 200 books had been written about him (vom Walde 1899, 31 & 34). Herman Melville refers to him in his 1857 novel The Confidence Man as the "well-meaning Preisnitz" (sic) (Melville, 1857, 110). Priessnitz has always been granted the status of "father of hydrotherapy" but rarely is acknowledged as the progenitor of naturopathic medicine.

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