In this intriguing book for students, practitioners, and pharmacists of all levels, the reader will find nearly everything he or she needs to know about the nuts, bolts. and cogs of homeopathy. Adhering to a philosophy that pure empirical facts are meaningless without sound theory to bind them, Dr. Colin B. Lessell reveals to us the physicochemical nature of remedies, the way they exert their effect upon the living organism, the mechanics and history of their production, and the principles by which their selection and dosages are determined. While not forgetting the newcomer with the incorporation of some very basic introductory material, many of the topics in this book are only barely touched upon in most formal courses, making it a true companion for anyone who wishes to have a more profound knowledge of homeopathy, or just wants to make sense of the infinitesimal.