Three books I keep on hand are the homeopathic Concordant Reference (2nd Edition) by Frans Vermeulen; Repertory of the Homeopathic Materia Medica by J.T. Kent, MD; and New World Veterinary Repertory by Richard H. Pitcairn & Wendy Jensen. These are medical books and are used to determine the best medicine to use for an illness. These books are most likely used by medical doctors that practice homeopathy. But I do find them helpful even in acute illness for myself. The Repertory of the Homeopathic Materia Medica is a book that is used to look up symptoms by parts of the body. You will find everything from mental and physical symptoms and then you will see various homeopathic medicines that have been proven to cure that symptom. You can look in more detail in the New World Veterinary Repertory to read about each medicine.
Know matter your illness it is wise to look into homeopathy as a possible treatment. The body can only produce so many symptoms and homeopathy has been proven to cure these symptoms. Homeopathy makes sense and it works to bring about a healthy body.
A healthy society will be people that use homeopathy as their primary medicine of choice. It will bring about a society of people that are both mentally and physically healthy. I think there is also a place for allopathic medicine. It should be the goal of every physician, patient, teacher, and health caregiver to know both medicines. Every human being and animal deserves to have the best medical treatment possible.
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Tawana holds a B.S. Education degree from North Texas University so educating and coaching is part of who she is.
Tawana completed 108 hours from Bastyr University in Seattle, WA.
This University teaches courses in alternative medicine and offers Naturopathic Degrees. Tawana did not want to become an ND (Naturopathic Doctor) but wanted to attend the University and study alternative health. She knew she wanted to stay in Texas where ND's are not recognized in the state so she felt a degree was not what she needed to obtain. She does feel her education at Bastyr was helpful and was well worth her time.
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