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, Debra Evans <beepsandclicks@...> wrote:
> I've been "practicing" with simple homeopathy for a few
> years now with pretty good results, so I have the very basics.
## I thought as much, but I commented so others would know not to handle homeopathics. It can deactivate them.
> I'm looking for a book that details the basic constitutions
> but geared towards cats and dogs, not humans.
## The more I learn about cats, through animal communicator feedback, the less of a difference I see between species. One of the best books I have seen, but only on the mental/emotional attributes, not physical, is Philip Bailey's Homeopathic Psychology paperback. It didn't matter that the book is from the human context, my previous cat exactly fit Calcium Carb in that book (and her physical issues exactly matched Calc Carb as well). Natrum muriaticum is a common cat constitutional.
> Also, any *other* books you can recommend on homeopathy? What little I know
> I've gleaned from Pitcairn's book, Hamilton's book (this one has been the
> most useful to me so far), *Easy Homeopathy*, and *Everybody's Guide to
> Homeopathic Medicines.
## So long as you don't follow what either Pitcairn or Hamilton recommend for dosing. They don't understand that aspect of homeopathy at all. Two excellent websites are David Little's "library" at simillimum.com and the articles and free monthly ezine at hpathy.com.
> What I* *probably *really* need to do is get myself into a
> class or two, right?
## Any other suggestions we should probably take off-line.
Daisy and Ginger