Classical Homeopathy Reference Books

Introductory books:

For all those new to Classical Homeopathy, we recommend Dr. Linda Johnston’s book “Everyday Miracles”. It presents the underlying principles of health and healing as it relates to Classical Homeopathy in an easy to understand format.

Everyday Miracles: Homeopathy in Action, by Linda Johnston, M.D. This is a beautiful book for understanding the basic principles of healing with Homeopathy. Highly recommended.

Other introductory books:

Impossible Cure: The Promise of Homeopathy, by Amy Lansky. Amy Lanksy had an autistic child that went to cure with homeopathic treatment. She responded by writing this book. She writes from a very personal perspective on the process, which is both its strength and its weakness. A good overview.

Discovering Homeopathy: Your Introduction to the Science and Art of Homeopathic Medicine Second Revised Edition, by Dana Ullman MPH. An excellent book if you want a broad overview of homeopathic treatment and its history.

Ritalin-Free Kids: Safe and Effective Homeopathic Medicine for ADHD and Other Behavioral and Learning Problems, by Reichenberg-Ullmann ND, MSW and Ullman ND.  A good book for parents who have hyper-active kids for which Classical Homeopathy can be the first line or treatment.

Prozac-Free: Homeopathic Medicine for Depression, Anxiety, and Other Mental and Emotional Problems, by Reichenberg-Ullman ND, MSW and Ullman ND. The Ullmans are Seattle homeopaths who give a unique perspective on certain remedies used in professional practice for Attention Deficit Disorder and depression.

More Advanced Introductory Books:

Science of Homeopathy, George Vithoulkas, MIH. Somewhat outdated now but still interesting.