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Introduction to Homeopathy Course 18a
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Starts Tuesday, 15 February. Please ask for information on the course by email homeopathycures@tesco.net There is a fee

See http://www.nccn.net/~wwithin/homeo.htm - taught by Sheri Nakken, RN, MA, Classical Homeopath

You can start the course late as you go at your own pace. The course will last about 2 - 2.5 months and will take, on the average, 2-3 hours per week

This is the basic intro course and there is another more advanced course that will follow

Also info at http://www.nccn.net/~wwithin/homeo.htm

OUTLINE I. Introduction A. What is classical homeopathy B. What you will learn here C. What kinds of things should you be 'treating' D. What is Health E. The Vital Force F. Symptoms - what is their purpose? G. Placebo? II. History III. Principles - What is classical homeopathy A. The Laws &; Principles 1. Law of Similars - totality 2. The Single Remedy 3. Minimum Dose 4. Potentization B. Provings III. Comparison Between Homeopathy and Allopathy IV. Homeopathy, Herbalism, Naturopathy, Bach Flowers, Combos V. Remedies A. Sources of Remedy B. Form of Remedy C. Single Remedies/Combo Remedies D How made 1. Potentization 2. Succussion/Trituration 3. Potencies - low, middle, high, LM's E. Dosage F. Taking the Remedy G. Caring for your Remedies H. Sources for Remedies (single, kits) VI. Using the repertory &; materia medica VII. Take the Case A. What types of things should you be 'treating' B. Collecting Complete &; Accurate Information C. Case Analysis D. Key Symptoms E. Repertorizing D. Materia Medica E. Choosing the Remedy F. Administering the Remedy G. Lessons in taking the case VIII. Vaccines &; their Dangers IX. How to find a homeopath - what to look for - when to use one

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  • Homeopathy
  • Feb 5, 2005
  • English

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