Whole Woman Homeopathy - Judyth Reichenberg-Ullman
Reichenberg-Ullman, a licensed naturopathic physician who specializes in homeopathic family medicine, offers alternatives to pharmaceutical treatments for physical as well as mental and emotional ailments. She instructs women on the self-treatment of minor illnesses such as breast feeding difficulties, bladder infections, and depression but also on when to seek the advice of a homeopathic professional for more serious problems such as breast cancer, acute anxiety, and eating disorders. Excerpts contributed by the author!s patients add to the readability of this book. Alternative medicines have become so popular that they have just recently graced the May 2000 cover of Consumer Reports, and recent changes in federal legislation regarding the medical coverage of alternative healthcare requires large public libraries and medical libraries to be prepared to address the increased volume of queries regarding these treatments. Recommended as a supplement to a collection of healthcare alternatives though not as a sole source of information." (338 pages) From the Introduction: "The greatest blessing that I have to share with other women is the gift of homeopathy. . . . Every day I see the profound changes that this remarkable method of healing has brought to my patients' lives. That a form of healing that is so simple and elegant and makes so much common sense to patients can transform lives so powerfully, with doses of natural medicine administered months or even years apart, still boggles my mind almost as much as it does the minds of my patients."
- Author: Reichenberg-Ullman Judyth
- 354 pages
- Printed in USA