Articles on homeopathy and notes from talks on homeopathy given in the Baltimore area.
From the Baltimore Study Group
David Willard's talk on the history of homeopathy in
Maryland. Most are unaware of the prominent role that homeopathy
has played in the history of medicine in Maryland.
Paul Faust's talk on the scope of naturopathic medical practice and
the role that homeopathy plays in his practice.
Another talk by Paul Faust on naturopathic methods women can take
to improve their health.
Paul Faust spoke to our study group on treating mental and
emotional problems with homeopathy.
A short explanation of the three laws of homeopathy: the similar
medicine, the single medicine, and the minimum dose.
A talk on acute keynotes of common homeopathic remedies,
From the NCH Conference and Summer School
Steve Messer explains the core ideas of homeopathy and how it
differs from other systems of medicine. Steve Messer is dean of the
National Center for Homeopathy summer school.
Dr. Luc de Schepper gave a weekend seminar on how to use the
Boger-Boenninghausen repertory at the 2004 Summer School.
These are notes from a talk by Dr. Ramakrishnan on his method for the
homeopathic treatment of cancer.
Andre Saine plans to publish a book laying out the historical
evidence for homeopathy. The book will be called "Homeopathy In the
Time of Epidemic." He gave an evening talk at the NCH Summer School
A talk by Andre Saine on the homeopathic treatment of depressed
patients. Andre Saine teaches the professional class at the NCH summer
Andre Saine also teaches a course on the philosophy of homeopathy at the NCH
summer school. These are the notes from the class.
A talk by Harris Coulter on the difference between rational and
empirical medicine. Harris Coulter is the author of a four volume
history of medicine, Divided Legacy.
Dr. Ted Chapman reports on the results of a clinical trial on the
effectiveness of homeopathy in treating the results of head trauma.
A discussion at the 1995 NCH conference on the prospects for
alternative medicine in the United States.
A talk from the 1995 NCH conference by Amy Rothenberg
on how to take the case of a person with an acute illness.
The ASG Newsflash printed a useful guide to taking the case of
someone with a cold or flu.
Borland's Pneumonias (172 kB)