The Spirit of Homeopathic Medicines
By Didier Grandgeorge M.D.
Essential Insights to 300 Remedies
A concise materia medica with a unique perspective from one of the leading French homeopaths Didier Grandgeorge. A wide range of remedies is covered, illustrated by cases from his busy practice. The descriptions are delightful and witty, uncovering the central psychological core of the remedies in a unique and refreshing way. The blend of psychoanalytic and miasmatic theory with a deep spiritual viewpoint gives this book a flavor that many will enjoy.
This book will be a great addition to your homeopathic library. Once you've been using homeopathics for a while, and begin to work on a deeper level with them, you'll wonder which (for instance) liver remedy is really the one you need, when there are several which might be right. This book is the book that gives the particular spiritual/psychological picture of the remedies that will let you decide. With an unbelievable insight in some 300 homeopathic medicines Didier Grandgeorge gives us in a nutshell the essence (the spirit) of these remedies.
Having dedicated most of his working life to the treatment of children, Dr. Didier Grandgeorge is Director of Clinical Training at the Faculty of Medicine in Marseille, France. Dr. Grandgeorge is one of the founders of the Hahnemannian School in Provence, France, and is editor of L'Honeopathie Exactement, the school's ongoing series of research publications, now in four volumes. He lives in Marseille with his wife and three children.
"This is a book that each person concerned about staying healthy should absolutely read."
- Dominique Lapierre
"The Spirit of Homeopathic Medicines is full of witticisms and French esprit. Grandgeorge's puns and associations will appeal to those favoring concise homeopathic materia medica."
- Frans Vermeulen, M.D.
"Grandgeorge is a master artist, taking us deep into the spirit of each remedy with just a few words. He explores the mystery and complexity of homeopathic medicines, drawing from more than 20,000 consultations."
- Jean Lacombe