Best Resources For Learning About Homeopathy

Best Resources For Learning About Homeopathy

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Question: I always see you sharing your homeopathy success stories and I want to learn more, but I have no idea where to start. What do you recommend for a complete beginner?

Answer:

Start Reading

Here are my two favorite books.

  • The Complete Homeopathy Handbook (Miranda Castro): Anytime I need to find a remedy, this is my go-to book. If you only buy one, buy this one! You can get a pretty good understanding of homeopathy just by reading the first few chapters, and then once you figure out how the book works, you can use your (or your child's) symptoms to find the right remedy.

  • Impossible Cure: The Promise of Homeopathy (Amy Lansky): I could not put this book down!

    • "The Promise of Homeopathy provides an in-depth and exciting account of the history, philosophy, and experience of homeopathic medicine. At the core of Impossible Cure is the amazing story of how the author's son was cured of autism with homeopathy. It also includes dozens of other testimonials of homeopathic cure, for a variety of physical, mental, and emotional conditions."

Get A Homeopathy Kit

We've all seen the little blue tubes at the store, but I actually recommend buying this kit instead. It's a much better value and the pillules are lactose free, made from non-GMO beet. This deluxe kit contains 36 of the most popular remedies. It has most everything you'll need for common illnesses, injuries, etc. We are big fans of Homeopathy World -- we even have the childbirth and first aid kits. Love them!

Bonus: You can actually purchase The Complete Homeopathy Handbook and the deluxe kit together here, and receive three extra creams for topical use. The creams can help with things like cuts, poison ivy, rashes, etc.

Join This Facebook Group

Mary's Homeopathy Study Group has almost 21,000 members and it is such a great education resource. Homeopath Mary Aspinwall posts videos covering things from detox to breastfeeding to child illness. The group also has an extensive files section, and you can use the search function to find other people who have just gone through what you're going through. For example, when I had mastitis, I searched the group and found several posts about it. This helped me find the right remedy very quickly.

Before you interact, make sure to watch the Pinned Post Video. There are people ready and willing to help you find a remedy that matches your symptoms, but you have to format your post a certain way. They use something called "CLAMS" to thoroughly describe the symptom picture.

 

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