Systematic table of homeopathic plant remedies.
- 2017, 848 Seiten
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We are proud to present this milestone for homeopathy.
It is one of the most beautifully designed books ever in homeopathic literature 850 pages with full color plant photos in solid hard cover.
Michal Yakir, in her pioneering work, has developed a revolutionary system with which to organize the plant kingdom, in the form of a simple tabular set of coordinates: each row and column can be assigned to different types of patients with varying psychological traits and physical pathologies, thus being able to predict common characteristics for plant families and their members.
Dr Yakirs labour of love, first conceived two decades ago, is a synthesis drawn from the passions and experience of a lifetime as botanist, gardener, homeopath, researcher and educator.
The Table of Plants tells the story of parallel journeys: the evolution of plant groups (based on Cronquists system), matching the features of plants as remedies, alongside the development of the individual, humankind and the cosmos itself, including interplay between feminine and masculine archetypes.
With insights from psychology, philosophy and Kabbala, all these evolutionary processes link seamlessly with the Materia Medica.
Comprehensive and easy to use, it offers vivid, recognizable portraits of both familiar and relatively unused plant remedies.
Richly illustrated throughout, this volume begins with a summary of relevant botanical and homeopathic perspectives, followed by an in-depth exploration of the tables six (potentially seven) columns and nine rows, with traits for orders and families.
Finally there are condensed essences and cases for over six hundred and fifty of two groups of the flowering plants (Dicots and Monocots), many newly-proved, always highlighting links to the themes of the table a wondrous order indeed.
Full of flair and packed with invaluable pointers and fascinating snippets, this is a book for all homeopaths to treasure.
The German translation of this title is intended to be published in 2017.
Dr. Michal Yakir (PhD, RCHom), a classical homeopath, is former chair and present member of the managing Committee of the Israeli Association for Classical Homeopathy, and editor of the association’s professional magazine Homeopathic Times. She teaches homeopathy at Campus Broshim Homeopathy School in Tel Aviv for over 15 years.