Dr. Douglas Gibson (1888 - 1977) was a distinguished homoeopath who recognised the importance of knowing the materia medica in depth. These studies of 100 remedies, first published in the British Homoeopathic Journal from 1963 to 1977, combine the panorama of each with a faithful description of the mental and physical symptoms it elicits from a sensitive prover. A fascinating and scholarly text, with a tremendous amount of information on each remedy - from pharmacology, through physical appearance, psychology and clinical notes. The language is also reassuringly modern!
Author: D. Gibson