The Consumer’s Guide to Homeopathy

Homeopathic Educational Services in Berkeley, California, is well-established as an American spokesperson for homeopathy. His latest volume, The Consumer’s Guide to Homeopathy, The Definitive Resource for Understanding Homeopathic Medicine and Making It Work For You, is one of four books he has authored.

Since each of these texts caters to the self- and home care market, one might ask: What does Ullman say in The Consumer’s Guide to Homeopathy that he hasn’t said before?

How useful is the information provided? How complete? Obviously, the answers to these questions depend on the reader’s expectations and knowledge of homeopathy.

Therefore, Homeopathy Online offers you two opinions: one by Betsy Levine, a recent student of homeopathy; the other by Senior Editor Chris Kurz. So as to provide you with an overview of The Consumer’s Guide to Homeopathy, among the links below we have included jumps to the tenth chapter from Ullman’s book, “Combination Homeopathic Medicines: the Single Remedy and the Multiple Remedy Controversy,” and to the book’s Table of Contents.