This page offers a comprehensive list of websites that will help beginning users learn more about homeopathy in Canada. Please note however that the following sites are independent of West Coast Homeopathic Society, which takes no responsibility for any connection made with them.
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EDUCATIONAL RESOURCES FOR BEGINNING USERS OF HOMEOPATHY
Provides links to a huge online repository of homeopathic books and articles.
Best source of homeopathic history and biographies on the Net, based on Julian Winston's definitive Faces of Homoeopathy.
Homoeopathic Research & Charities
Site of the Bombay group, internationally acclaimed classical homeopaths and teachers.
Leading Voices in Homeopathy
Presented by Minimum Price Homeopathic Books, this interactive forum allows questions to be put to some of the leading homeopaths in the world today.
Merck Manual for Diagnosis and Therapy
Contains a searchable index for the 1999 edition of this standard reference book on health sciences.
This classic reference by Mrs. M. Grieve contains rare information on cultivation, folk lore, and traditional uses of many plants found in homeopathic materia medica.
National Center for Homeopathy
This US-based organization aims to promote health through homeopathy by providing general education to the public and specific education to homeopaths.
Online Organon of Medicine
Invaluable comparison of the 5th and 6th editions of the Organon, including both versions where substantial changes have occurred.
Remedy of the Week
Access point to Will Taylor's archived Remedy of the Week features.
Taking the Case
Will Taylor's ongoing series of articles on the basics of casetaking and homeopathy.
WebElements - The Periodic Table on WWW
A useful reference for studying the Periodic Table.
Webster's Dictionary, 1913 edition
Valuable aid in determining the meaning of archaic medical terms (e.g., phthisis) and characteristics (e.g., pertinacity) as they were used in the early repertories and materia medicas.