Studies of Homoeopathic Remedies
Gibson, Douglas

Studies of Homoeopathic Remedies

Printed in UK, paperback, 537 pages.

Size140 x 215mm
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From the cover:Dr Douglas Gibson (1888-1977) was a distinguished homoeopath who recognised the importance of knowing the materia medica in depth. These studies of remedies, first published in the British Homoeopathic Journal over the period 1963-1977, combine the panorama of each remedy with a faithful description of the mental and physical symptoms it elicits from a sensitive prover. The whole remedy is indeed used to treat the whole patient. His studies are edited here for publication in book form.They differ from any previously published materia medica in the uniquely wide range of insights that are brought to bear on each remedy. They will be of great practical value, and a source of pleasure and stimulation, to the homoeopathic clinician.

About the author:
Douglas Gibson (1888-1977)
Dr. Douglas Gibson was a renowned homoeopath. He spent the first half of his life as missionary in China but this came to an end with the onset of the Second World War. In 1936 he came across the homeopathic materia medica and this was the start of his journey into homeopathy. He later worked at the London Homoeopathic Hospital.