HATHERLY, Patricia – The Lacs: Materia Medica
Please Note: This product is an electronic book only available in RadarOpus.
This e-book is the materia medica portion of Patricia Hatherly’s book, The Lacs: A Materia Medica & Repertory. If you are interested in the repertory portion, please click here: The Lacs: Repertory.
The equivalent of 300+ pages of the hard copy book, this e-book is a guide to 20 milk remedies which have published provings, written by a homeopath and lactation consultant. It includes practical clinical experience, remedy differentiation and detailed symptoms, along with a full bibliography.
This book covers the complete materia medica of the 20 Lacs which have published provings. The text is interspersed with personal commentary from Patricia’s experience both as a homoeopath as well as a lactation consultant, and this serves to embellish certain aspects of the material from a Doctrine of Signatures perspective as well as flag differential markers.
Each materia medica chapter has a comprehensive bibliography as well as a list of remedies to be considered in differential diagnosis. Additionally, a comprehensive repertory of all the rubrics from both published provings as well as cases, serves to make this THE book you will reach for when a Lac is being considered.
What other homeopaths are saying:
“I have been looking forward to a book which would cover all the existing info of the Lacs; a most deep acting group of the animal remedies. One of the few people in the world who would have the competence, knowledge and drive to do this is Patricia and she did it – so thank you very much, Patricia.”
“In the production of this collection of Lacs, Patricia has gone back to the source material in Animal Mind, Human Voices and other Lac provings and her attention to detail is impressive.”
“This work is the most comprehensive opus on the Lacs. The book will not only help all those doing research on the Lacs, but will help finding the right remedy for a patient when a Lac is being considered, a much easier task. It is a work which I wholeheartedly recommend.
~Roger van Zandvoort