A Guide to Homeopathic Plant Theory by Deborah Collins
by Deborah Collins
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Deborah Collins highly recommended manual fills a gap. Based on and referring to Jan Scholten’s famous Plant theory, that has been expanding the world of plant remedies in homeopathy, this manual explains his method and opens doors to those who have hitherto been reluctant to try it. It provides encouragement for those who have started but become stuck, and gives further case examples for those who have already gained some experience in Scholten‘s work.
Well-known homeopaths describe their experiences in practice, encouraging readers to overcome the inevitable difficulties inherent in any new system. Jan Scholten himself gives many tips for understanding the patient and applying the theory. Two extensive interviews with him provide background information into his way of thinking. Numerous Charts illustrate the code and theory, providing an overview of the placement of the plant families in their relationship to the code. And finally, over fifty cases from a large variety of homeopaths demonstrate the efficacy of the method.