Required and Recommended Texts

Author Textbook title Notes
Dooley, T.
Homeopathy: Beyond Flat Earth Medicine
HSI 101/102 Required Books
Castro, M.
Complete Homeopathy Handbook
Clarke, J. H.
Dictionary of Practical Materia Medica
Hahnemann, S.
Organon of the Medical Art, Ed. 6, Brewster O’Reilly
Morrison, R.
Desktop Guide
Phatak, S. R.
Materia Medica of Homeopathic Medicines
Vermeulen, F.
Prisma, The Arcana of Materia Medica Illuminated, Similars and Parallels Between Substance and Remedy
ISBN 90-76189-10-2
Vithoulkas, G.
The Science of Homeopathy
Yasgur, J.
Homeopathic Dictionary
Schroyens, F.
Synthesis, Ed. 9.1
HSI 201/202 Required Textbooks
Barker, R.
LM Potencies
Hahnemann, S.
Chronic Diseases
Henriques, N.
Crossroads to Cure
Kent, J. T.
Lectures on Homeopathic Philosophy
Kent, J. T.
Lectures on Homeopathic Materia Medica
Advanced Clinical Studies Required Textbooks
Allen, K.
A Tutorial and Workbook for the Homeopathic Repertory
HSI Recommended Books
Allen, H.C.
Keynotes of Materia Medica
Allen, H. C.
Chronic Miasms
Corey, Gerald
Issues and Ethics in the Helping Professions
De Schepper, L.
Hahnemann Revisited
Gandhi, M.
Homeopathy & Psychiatry - Personal Evolution Model
Gibson, D.
Studies of Homeopathic Remedies
Gray, Alastair
Case Taking
Grossinger, R.
The Great Riddle
Hering, C.
Guiding Symptoms of Homeopathic Materia Medica
Morrison, R.
Desktop Companion
Murphy, R.
Homeopathic Remedy Guide
Nash, E. B.
Leaders in Homeopathic Therapeutics
Pasma, Arjen
Practice Makes Perfect
Pitt, Richard
Comparative Materia Medica
Robinson, Theodore W.
How to Open or Improve a Successful Alternative Health Care Practice
Sankaran, R.
Spirit of Homeopathy, Sensation Refined, The Other Song, Schema
Vermeulen, F.
Concordant Materia Medica; Prisma; Synoptic Materia Medica II
Ullman, D.
Evidence Based Homeopathic Family Medicine
ebook
Cummings, S. & Ullman, D.
Everybody's Guide to Homeopathic Medicines
Woods, M.
Vitalism
Whitmont, E.
Psyche and Substance
Wilson, L.
Legal Guidelines for Unlicensed Practitioners
Yarnell, B.
HSI Studyguide for the CHC Exam

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