A review on the book “Alternation Of Remedies”

 

 

A review on the book “Alternation Of Remedies”

” This book proves the intense research, and the depth in understanding of the genuine inductive Hahnemannian Homeopathy by the author.

Dr.Tahir Malik confronts the onesided, dogmatic and incomplete opinion of strictly unicists with indisputable facts.

We should at least make an effort to look at the “golden age” of Burnett, Clarke et al., where Homeopathy was still able to elicit results in serious pathology, compared to the psychological approach and doubtful physico-chemical constructions and idem dito results nowadays.

The condemnation by the critics of the alternation of remedies shows their very poor knowledge of Homeopathic history and the method used by Hahnemann himself even before Paris.

Remedy alternation, implicates a huge knowledge of Materia Medica and especially of the relationship between remedies. The writer explains in a unique and easily understandable way the history of the Aphorism 40 footnote, which made and still makes Homeopathy shake onits fundaments. Flexibility is also a characterisic of the author, when he emphasizes that alternation is in no way the only method in Homeopathic therapeutics, but often comes to the rescue in our daily complicated and complex disease presentation.

Dr.Malik’s work is a must for neophytes and experienced Homeopaths who want to take the challenge of turning Homeopathy into medicine again.” With great appreciation and admiration for this great opus. “

Dr.Med. Eddy Thielens  Belgium

 

 

This book can be purchased from Narayana Verlag, Germany and Riverdale Homeopathy, Toronto Canada.

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