The Prescriber (UK edition) - John Henry Clarke
A pocket sized clinical repertory that contains dosage suggestions. "Without a doubt this is the best book published for beginners in homeopathic prescribing...the next time you feel too fagged out to make a thorough study of the remedy for some puzzling case, you will have something you have longed for." The book was updated by Clarke in 1925- 40 years after its release. Now, 75 years later, it is still in print and in daily use. One of the best books concerning therapeutics. Its small size makes it an easier book to consult than Lilienthal's larger work. I have known many prescribers who were lead to the correct remedy by the differentials offered by Clarke. This commentary is reprinted from The Heritage of Homoeopathic Literature with permission of the author Julian Winston.
- Author: Clarke John Henry
- 382 pages
- Printed in UK