Glossary & Useful Readings


Glossary and Useful Readings

Useful Readings

Homeopathy for Emotional Healing, and Psychological Portraits of Homeopathic Medicines

Chappell, P. (2003). Emotional healing with homeopathy. Berkeley, CA: North Atlantic Books.

Coulter C.(2000). Nature and Human Personality: Homoeopathic Archetypes. St.Louis, MO: Quality Medical Publications.

Coulter C. (2001). Homeopathic sketches of children’s types. Bethesda, MD: Ninth House Publishing.

Ullman R, Reichenberg-Ullman J. (2012) The Homeopathic Treatment of Depression, Anxiety, Bipolar and Other Mental and Emotional Problems: Homeopathic Alternatives to Conventional Drug Therapies. Edmonds, WA: Picnic Point Press.

Ullman R, Reichenberg-Ullman J. (1996) Ritalin-free kids: homeopathic treatment of ADD and other behavioral and learning problems. Rocklin, CA: Prima Publishing.

Ullman R, Reichenberg-Ullman J. (1999) Rage-free kids: homeopathic medicine for defiant, aggressive and violent children. Rocklin, CA: Prima Publishing.

Johannes C, van der Zee H. Homeopathy and Mental Health Care: Integrative Practice, Principles and Research. (2010) Berkeley, CA: Homeopathic Educational Services. For the mental health professional and professional homeopath.

Homeopathy for Home Use for Everyday Ailments

Lennihan, Burke. (2012) Your Natural Medicine Cabinet: A Practical Guide to Drug-Free Remedies for Common Ailments. Cambridge, Mass.: Green Healing Press. The best introduction for those new to homeopathy, it includes suggestions for herbs and supplements as well as remedies for common conditions like anxiety, fears and “emotional first aid” which tide you over while you are searching for a professional homeopath.

Cummings S., Ullman D. (1997). Everybody’s guide to homeopathic medicines. New York: G.P.Putnam/Jeremy Tarcher Books. Probably the best all-around introduction to get as your next book.

Ullman, D. Homeopathic Family Medicine (2012) Ebook available from Practical advice for over 100 conditions plus references to the research on homeopathy’s effectiveness for treating each one.

Reichenberg-Ullman, J. (2000).Whole Woman Homeopathy. Roseville, CA: Prima Lifestyles. The best book specifically for women’s conditions in general. Ullman D. (1992) Homeopathic medicine for children and infants. New York: G.P.Putnam/Jeremy Tarcher Books. The best introductory book for children. Research on Homeopathy’s Effectiveness

Lansky, Amy. (2003) Impossible Cure. Portola Valley, CA: R.L. Ranch Press. This book doubles as an excellent overview of the research on how homeopathy works, written by a NASA computer scientist who left NASA to become a homeopath after her autistic son was cured with homeopathy, and the dramatic story of her son’s recovery.

Bellavite P, Signorini A, Fisher P. (2002) The Emerging Science of Homeopathy: Complexity, Biodynamics and Nanopharmacology. Berkeley, CA: North Atlantic Books. The best summary of the research; very technical.

Ullman D. (2003). Homeopathic family medicine. Berkeley, CA: Homeopathic Educational Services e-book. This book doubles as a summary of the research and a guide to the most common remedies used for over 100 conditions, both acute (suitable for home care) and chronic (requiring professional care). New research on the chemistry and physics of ultrahigh dilution remedies is coming out almost monthly. To keep abreast of the new research, see Dana Ullman’s posts on Huffington Post and his articles on his website,

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