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Practical Homoepathy by Beth MacEoin

Practical Homoepathy

by Beth MacEoin

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This volume on homoeopathy provides readers with the latest information, and guides them through homoeopathic theory, allowing them to select appropriate remedies quickly, with confidence and security. The book covers all aspects of this therapy, including its role in treating emotional and stress-related problems, such as anxiety, grief and depression. There is also information on homoeopathic first aid, homoeopathy for the over-50s, homoeopathy for babies and children, and homoeopathy for women. This step-by-step guide to symptoms contains user-friendly tables for easy selection of appropriate treatment, as well as supportive self-help measures, such as diet, exercise, relaxation and stress management. Beth MacEoin is the author of "The Headway Guide to Homoeopathy", "Homoeopathy for Women", "Homoeopathy and the Menopause", "Homoeopathy for Babies and Children", "Healthy by Nature: A Woman's Guide to Health and Vitality in a Stressful World".

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