Impossible Cure Content

Reviewers have described Impossible Cure as one of the most comprehensive and reader-friendly books about homeopathy -- perfect for patient education and as a text for first-year students. The book includes:

  • Dozens of first-person testimonials of homeopathic cures for a variety of physical, mental, and emotional conditions. Among these is the amazing story of how Amy Lansky's son was cured of autism with homeopathy.

  • A comprehensive introduction to homeopathic philosophy. This includes a discussion of the Law of Similars, remedy provings, suppression, susceptibility, the Law of Cure, totality of symptoms, individualization of treatment, the center of the case, and prioritization of symptoms.

  • A step-by-step guide for patients, including: how to find a homeopath; preparing for appointments and follow-ups; what to expect during a homeopathic interview; dosing; antidoting; and interactions with allopathic treatment. The issue of vaccination is also addressed -- especially its relationship to autism and other chronic diseases.

  • A thorough account of the history and development of homeopathy. This includes: the life of Samuel Hahnemann and his development of various potencies and dosing methods; the history of homeopathy in America; a description of techniques related to classical homeopathy; and the current legal status of homeopathic practice in America.

  • An extensive chapter on scientific trials of homeopathy, as well as a discussion of possible explanations for the action of remedies within the realms of complexity and chaos theory and biophysics. The book also includes a unique description of homeopathic models of remedy action.

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