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Homeopathy at Home, Work and Play

Certificate in Home and Basic First-Aid Use

Provides all parents, day-care workers, camp counselors and others responsible for the health-care of individuals or groups of people with a basic, but thorough knowledge of homeopathy and Heilkunst in first-aid, emergency situations pending expert evaluation and treatment. This gives you all the tools you need to handle such situations as food poisonings, insect bites, burns, sprains, colds, earaches, coughs and other situations requiring immediate aid. Often, the need for further treatment is eliminated and recovery is speeded up considerably. Distance learning.

Course Outline

  • Structure of The Course
  • What is homeopathy? What is Heilkunst?
  • Resources for Study
  • Part I: Historical Context
    • Modern Research
  • Part II: Basic principles
    • Study Exercises – Part II, Section B: the Birth of Rational Medicine
    • Section C: The Organon: Hahnemann’s Formal Call for Medical Reform
    • Section D: Two Approaches to and Two Types of Specific Remedies for Disease
    • Section E: Disease: Material or Dynamic in Origin?
    • Section F: Two Sides of the Living Principle
    • Section G: Initial Action and Counter-action
      • Process of Disease
      • Remedial Process
    • Section H: Summary
  • Part III: Homeopathic Pharmacy
    • Materia Medica
  • Part IV: Therapeutics
    • Section A: Tonic Versus Pathic Prescribing
    • Section B: Three Areas for Tonic Prescribing
    • Single Diseases (Traumata)
      • Contusions, physical traumas
      • Burns:
      • Emotional Shock with Fear
      • Emergency eye conditions:
      • Fractures:
      • Hemmorhage, bleeding, loss of vital fluids:
      • Insect or animal bites or stings, and puncture wounds:
      • Muscle strain and poison ivy
      • Mushroom poisoning, frostbite:
      • Nerve trauma:
      • Overeating, over-indulgence:
      • Septicemia, infections:
      • Sleep-deprivation:
      • Tendon and ligament trauma (sprains):
    • Complex diseases (Traumata)
      • Head injuries, whiplash:
      • In a muscular strain or sprain:
      • In a surgical intervention:
      • Septic conditions:
      • Abscessed tooth:
      • Following dental work with injections:
      • Crushed fingers or damage to the spine or coccyx:
      • Compound fractures:
    • Pathic prescribing, or Hahnemann’s “so-called Acute Diseases”
    • Infectious Diseases
    • Childhood Infectious illnesses
    • Scarlatina, Scarlet fever:
      • Teething
    • Whooping Cough
    • Colds and Coughs
    • Earaches
    • Fever
    • Gastrointestinal distress
    • Hayfever and allergies
    • Influenza
    • Sore throats
  • Remedy List
  • Resources
  • And more…