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what is the best book to follow for learning homeopathy better?

Dear Doctors,

I practice homeopathy for my family members for around 8 years. I had Boerick's materia medica and try to read whenever i get time, 'coz homeopathy is my passion and I love. I lost my book during my transit to Canada from Muscat and now i wish to buy a great book in homeopathy with details of medicines, antidotes and inimicals. Could u pl suggest me one?
  bhavamalinijps on 2012-10-15
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If you felt comfortable with Boericke's then you could buy it again. It's not how many books or how bigger books you hold that matter, it's about learning finer points from great authors or even a single author with whom we are comfortable with.

My other recommendations are:

1) Julian winston's Materia medica

2) Encyclopedia of Remedy relationships in Homeopathy by Abdur Rehman.
maheeru 7 years ago

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