Homeopathy in Practice by Douglas Borland
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Homeopathy in Practice by Douglas Borland is a valuable and practical guide for homeopathic practitioners and students. It contains the insights and experiences of one of the most eminent homeopaths of the twentieth century, who studied under Dr Kent and became a senior consultant physician and chairman of the staff at the London Homeopathic Hospital. The book is based on a course that Dr Borland gave to doctors at the hospital in the 1930s, and it has been edited for publication by Dr Kathleen Priestman, who attended the course at the beginning of her medical career. The book covers a wide range of topics, such as:
• The principles and practice of homeopathy, including the observation of symptoms, the choice of remedies, the dosage and repetition, and the management of acute and chronic cases.
• The treatment of various common conditions and disorders, such as pain, fever, infections, injuries, allergies, digestive problems, respiratory diseases, skin diseases, nervous disorders and more.
• The analysis and comparison of major groups of related remedies, such as the acids, the alkaloids, the metals, the nosodes, the snake venoms and more.
• The characteristics and indications of about 200 remedies, with special emphasis on their keynotes, modalities and relationships.
The book is written in a clear and concise style, with numerous case examples and practical tips. It also includes a symptom index to facilitate the reference to the remedies. The book is a useful resource for anyone who wants to learn from the wisdom and experience of a master homeopath. It is also a testimony to the timeless relevance and effectiveness of homeopathy in practice.