Free to registered, student clinical* and student plus* members with a nominal charge for Student Essential members
*see booking notes
Join Dr Lee Kayne as he discusses his book ‘Homeopathic Prescribing’.
Originally devised at 36000 feet over Siberia, this book was initially commissioned by the Royal Pharmaceutical Society in 2007 for practising pharmacists and other health professionals. The second edition has been revised and updated to make it more accessible to everyone and is laid out to make it easy to find the most important information on all aspects of homeopathy quickly and concisely.
Part 1 – An introduction to the principles of homeopathy as a self-contained curative system. The basics of anthroposophy, biochemical tissue salts and flower remedies are also explained.
Part 2 – 56 flow charts (decision trees) which will help properly target the most appropriate homeopathic remedy for a wide range of commonly seen acute conditions, whether you are an experienced practitioner or newcomer to homeopathy. The charts are complemented by supplementary materia medica notes to further inform your choice of remedy. The majority of remedies referenced in this book are readily available over the counter in pharmacies or online.
“This book is one of the best-organised homeopathic works I have ever seen. It gives you confidence; it provides a footing for quick homeopathic action when time is of the essence. No theory, no prolonged intellectual discussion, just a guide to the action needed, here and now.” – Ivo Wiesner in the Homeopathic Links Journal
About Dr Lee Kayne
Pharmacist, Dr Lee Kayne is Managing Director of Freeman’s Homeopathic Pharmacy, Saltire Books and CoS Education. He is also Vice President of the UK Faculty of Homeopathy and Chair of the Scottish Homeopathic Research & Education Trust (SHRET).
- Society members only
The Society has the right to change the book club programme.
Free to Registered Members. £14 for Student Essential Members.
Student Plus members and Student Clinical members claim your free Book Club (one per membership year). Or £14.