An outstanding and laborious effort by a pioneer in the field of homoeopathic therapeutics. It is a complete work and an easy reference book listing various disorders alphabetically with remedy reference. This therapeutic manual offers a wide array of ailments and clinical conditions with thorough and reliable remedy differentiation. This magnificent treatise will serve as an invaluable guide to effective remedy application by comparing the characteristics of each remedy given under every pathological condition. This book will enable students and homoeopathic practitioners to enhance their art of prescription.
Samuel Lilienthal, a friend of Constantine Hering, was born in Germany and qualified as a doctor at the age of 23. He received his doctorate of medicine in 1838 from the University of Munich. He was introduced to homoeopathy in 1847, while he was living in Lockport, NY. He became the professor of Clinical Medicine when he joined the faculty at the New York Homoeopathic Medical College in 1869. He was instrumental in encouraging women to become a homoeopath and was a prolific author. With the support of Constantine Hering, Lilienthal became an editor of the 'North American Journal of Homoeopathy' from 1872-1885. His comprehensive work, Homoeopathic Therapeutics, was published in 1878. He proved several remedies including Carbolic acid and Physostigma venenosum. Lilienthal moved to San Francisco in 1887 to join his son James, who was teaching at Homoeopathic Medical College of the Pacific. Lilienthal then retired 1 year later.
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