Dooley, Timothy, M.D., N.D.:
Homeopathy: Beyond Flat Earth Medicine
Timing Publishers, San Diego, CA, ISBN 1-886893-00-4
This is a great book! It discusses essentially the same subjects as my book, but in a different way. Some people seem to relate better to Tim’s presentation than to mine. I highly recommend this book.
Panos, Maesimund B., M.D. and Heimlich, Jane:
Homeopathic Medicine at Home
J.P. Tarcher, Inc., Los Angeles, CA, ISBN 0-87477-195-1
This book is for those who would like to dabble in homeopathy a bit. It will give you the guidelines for prescribing for acute conditions, like injuries, flus, earaches, etc. This book is well written and easy to understand. But be careful! Stick to low potencies, prescribe only when indications are very clear, and don’t change remedies often!
The Science of Homeopathy
Grove Press, Inc., New York, NY, ISBN 0-394-17560-3
As the title implies, we are getting more serious here. This is a definitive work on homeopathic philosophy and practice.
The Organon of Medicine
J.P. Tarcher, Inc., Los Angeles, CA, ISBN 0-87477-223-0
This is the source. This is where it starts and this is where we always come back to when in doubt. This is the homeopath’s bible. It is not to be read lightly, but studied, preferably under direction of a good teacher.
Coulter, Harris L.:
Divided Legacy: The Conflict Between Homeopathy and the American Medical Association
North Atlantic Books and Homeopathic Educational Services Berkeley, CA , ISBN 0-913028-96-7
This is for history buffs. This book traces the complete history of homeopathy in the United States: from the begining in the mid-1800s, through the height of popularity, and down through the decline at the turn of the 20th century.