Therapeutics of the Serpent Poisons by John Clarke
A deep look into the homeopathic remedies obtained from the serpent venoms with their pathogenesis thoroughly explained, their provings analyzed and illustrated with case reports, written by Dr. John Henry Clarke, the famous English homeopath and author of many books that have turned into classical homeopathic works, like this one.
This is an Enhanced Edition including images, notes explaining old medical terminology, a detailed index and texts addressing the serpent venoms homeopathic remedies written by the renowned homeopaths E. B. Nash, B. J. Mure and J. W. Hayward. In this book you will find a study of nine homeopathic remedies: Lachesis, Naja, Elaps, Bothrops, Vipera, Cenchris, Toxicophis, Crotalus Horridus and Crotalus Cascavela.
The detailed provings of Crotalus Horridus by Dr. Hayward and of Crotalus Cascavela made by Dr. Mure in Brazil are included. There are also a number of images of the snakes that gave us these wonderful remedies. There are also detailed accounts of the results of snakebites from some of the snakes studied in the book.
This book is an outstanding work that deserves to be in the library of every homeopath.
Dr. John Henry Clarke (1853-1931) was a famous English homeopath, a prolific author, consultant of the London Homeopathic Hospital, editor of the renowned magazine Homeopathic World and pioneer in the research of Nosodes. Besides many articles published in the scientific magazines of his time he wrote 29 books on homeopathy. Some of his books like the "The Prescriber', the "Dictionary of Practical Materia Medica" and the "Repertory of Materia Medica" turned into homeopathy classicals. These last two books were recommended by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in the beginning of the twentieth century in the publication "Conditions under Which Homeopathic Drugs May be Marketed".