Creating Waves of Awareness
The materia medica is clear about this I would think [especially Imhauser]
Does any of the readers have the same experience?
Imhäuser presents one of the classics in the homeopathic treatment of children. The main part of the book is arranged according to clinical diagnoses, which are the principal means of these indications. The end of the book contains a brief 8 page description of the common homeopathic medicines.
The editor writes: The homeopathic treatment of childhood diseases by the physician requires special skills. Unlike in adults, the child's history can only be partially raised in discussion with the patient when selecting the right agent, which makes so important the subjective symptoms.
The attending physician must observe rather precisely the objective, external circumstances and has to fall back upon the descriptions of the parents or caregivers about the child. Hedwig Imhäuser's standard work contains information classified by clinical syndromes, all assembled in the pediatric practice, and proven homeopathic medicines with their keynotes. Special instructions to facilitate the choice of means, to intermediate and secondary resources, as well as concise case descriptions help the reader focus. A concise children's pharmacology, one chapter each for treatment with autologous blood and into the current potentised procedures round out this practical and reliable book. The standard work of homeopathic pediatrics with special materia medica for the pediatric practice.