Homeopathy Guide (German)

 



Interested therapists will be pleased to note that the new Homeopathy Guide (German) by Dr. med. vet. Deiser und F. Ziegler is now on sale. It is at hand to help users find out what they need to know about the best animal medicines.

The book is available under
ISBN-13: 978-3941951419
from Amazon and costs €9.80.


Quickly identify the best possible medicinal product – heal animal ailments – without residue or a withdrawal period? The guide to Logoplex® therapy provides answers.

It all comes down to the merits and services of Samuel Hahnemann – physician, pharmacist, chemist, medical historian, university lecturer and all-round Renaissance man – from Meißen, who set about researching, recording and rendering suitable for practical use all of the knowledge on diagnosis, healing powers, herbs and medicinal products available in the 18th century to produce a comprehensive work entitled "Organon of the Rational Act of Healing". In roughly 300 paragraphs and corresponding annotations, Hahnemann formulated the foundations and guiding principles of what he himself called homeopathy.

The principles of homeopathy
Similla similibus curentur – "like cures like" is the first rule of homeopathy: "In order to heal gently, quickly, certainly and lastingly, choose, in every case of illness, a medication which can activate a similar ailment to that which it is intended to heal." In addition to the rule of like healing like, the underlying principles of homeopathy include testing medicinal products on healthy subjects, the doctrine of dosage and also individualisation. Among the aspects that Hahnemann discovered was that while certain methods of dilution, mixing or rubbing of active ingredients reduce the toxic effects, they also serve to "increase the potency of their curative powers along the lines of the simile principle".

Successful therapy also on animals
Now, almost 200 years later, the worlds of veterinary medicine and agriculture would be inconceivable without the practice of treating large and small animals with homeopathic medicines. This is particularly true for areas in which animals are used for the production of food; after all, the insubstantial quantities of medicinal agents also contribute to the therapy's commercial profitability, leaving no residue in the body of the treated animals. The ability to use these products in a targeted fashion and the positive outlook for healing prompt increasing numbers of veterinary surgeons and therapists to treat animals with homeopathic medicines. One of the aspects that makes this so easy is that almost all disciplines within medicine – provided they do not relate specifically and exclusively to humans – also dominate within veterinary medicine. Leaving anatomical differences aside, there is no fundamental difference between the illnesses of humans and of animals. This guide attempts in a variety of ways to make the use of homeopathic medicines for animals and their broad spectrum of application as simple as possible to assist therapists in their work. It describes the administration of combined medicinal products – the 'logoplex products' – and single agents produced by ZIEGLER, each of which has a long-standing and successful tradition of being used in the homeopathic treatment of large and small animals. The questions of clarity, assignment to animal species and simplicity were paramount.

Expert authors
Dr. Rudolf Deiser has been a freelance veterinary surgeon since 1979. He completed his qualifications as a homeopathic practioner in 1989 and since then has worked in Bad Aibling as a therapist for classic human homoopathy. He opened his own veterinary medicine practice in 1996. Since then he has used homeopathy and other methods within natural medicine to treat large and small animals. Franz Ziegler began his career in the veterinary medicine industry in 1972. He founded :ogoplex Homeopathy 25 years ago to market these combined medicinal products made of high-quality plant, mineral and animal ingredients. Over the years they have carved a firm niche in veterinary medicine therapy. Their constant development is an ongoing project.