A Few Books I Recommend on Homeopathy for Beginners

I was asked to suggest a few books I recommend for beginners who are looking to take care of their family with homeopathy.

Homeopathy-Self Care by Ullman & Reichenberg-Ullman, ND (Now available as an eBook.)

The Complete Homeopathy HandBook by Miranda Castro, CCH

Homeopathy for Pregnancy, Birth and Your Baby’s First Year by Miranda Castro, CCH

The Vaccine Guide: Risks and Benefits for Children and Adults by Randall Neustaedter, OMD, CCH

Impossible Cure: The Promise of Homeopathy by Amy Lansky, PhD

Beyond Flat Earth Medicine by Timothy R. Dooley, MD, ND. There is a link to a free download of the first edition of this book on my website HERE (scroll to the bottom of the page).

The National Center for Homeopathy has created two guides that I’m offering it for the benefit of my clients and readers:
Parent’s Guide to Children’s Health through Homeopathy.
Guide to Safe Pregnancy through Homeopathy.

Learn how to use homeopathic remedies safely and with confidence, attend the Homeopathy Every Day Study Group.

I encourage all readers to check out National Center for Homeopathy, and consider showing your support for homeopathy by joining the National Center for Homeopathy. Your membership will include a subscription to Homeopathy Today, a bi-monthly magazine with articles and tips that can be used to address common ailments.

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