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by Margery Grace Blackie

eBook The Patient, Not the Cure: The Challenge of Homoeopathy download ISBN: 0912800496
Author: Margery Grace Blackie
Publisher: Woodbridge Pr Pub; Reprint edition (June 1, 1978)
Language: English
Pages: 247
ePub: 1236 kb
Fb2: 1131 kb
Rating: 4.6
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Category: Health and Diets
Subcategory: Alternative Medicine

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Very interesting and informative book. I cannot put it down. It covers very nicely the history of Homeopathy and goes on with examples of common cases and applications

Very interesting and informative book. It covers very nicely the history of Homeopathy and goes on with examples of common cases and applications. If you're new to this wonderful field it's a great informative book. Format: HardcoverVerified Purchase. Great book, easy read, will keep as part of my homeopathy library.

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Fantastic! How wonderful it is to read Dr. Blackie’s words! I enjoyed all of the details and the chapter about who she knew and worked with

Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking The Patient, Not The Cure: The Challenge Of Homoeopathy as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. Read by Margery G. Blackie. Blackie’s words! I enjoyed all of the details and the chapter about who she knew and worked with. Lots of tips for prescribing that I have put to use over the years. They are great and well worth remembering! Dr. Denise Tarasuk, Monsoon Medicine.

Explores the history and basic concepts of medicine and describes the effectiveness of various remedies against a wide range of ailments. ISBN13:9780912800493. Release Date:May 1978.

Margery Grace Blackie was born at Redbourn, Hertfordshire, on 4 February 1898, the youngest of ten children of Robert . The Patient, Not the Cure: The Challenge of Homoeopathy (London : Macdonald and Jane's, 1976).

Margery Grace Blackie was born at Redbourn, Hertfordshire, on 4 February 1898, the youngest of ten children of Robert Blackie (. 852–1936), who was independently wealthy, and his wife, Elizabeth (d. 1941), daughter of Rowland Rees, the civil engineer and Mayor of Brighton. Her uncle, by marriage, was James Compton-Burnett, a noted Homeopathic Doctor. Classical Homeopathy (Beaconsfield: Beaconsfield Publishers, 1986).

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Book by Blackie, Margery Grace). Book by Blackie, Margery Grace. 00496/?tag prabook0b-20. Margery Grace Blackie was born at Redbourn, Hertfordshire, on 4 February 1898, the youngest of ten children of Robert Blackie (c1852–1936), who was independently wealthy, and his wife, Elizabeth (d 1941), daughter of Rowland Rees, the civil engineer and Mayor of Brighton.

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Explores the history and basic concepts of medicine and describes the effectiveness of various remedies against a wide range of ailments
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TheJonnyTest
Very interesting and informative book. I cannot put it down. It covers very nicely the history of Homeopathy and goes on with examples of common cases and applications. If you're new to this wonderful field it's a great informative book.
Virn
Great book, easy read, will keep as part of my homeopathy library. Received in good time, used condition but still in great shape.