Acknowledgements Preface Foreword Introduction Constitutional Remedies and Types Basic Information - Vital Signs The Eye The Ear The Respiratory System The Heart and Circulation The Blood and Blood Vessels The Lymphatic System The Digestive System The Liver The Urinary System The Reproductive System The Foal The Locomotor or Musculoskeletal System - Part One The Locomotor or Musculoskeletal System - Part Two The Foot The Nervous System The Skin The Endocrine System Infectious Diseases Behavioural Problems Miscellaneous Conditions Poisoning Pre- and Post-Operative Homeopathy Vaccines, Vaccination Reactions, Vaccinosis and Nosodes First Aid and Emergency Care Remedies for the First Aid Kit EQUINE MATERIA MEDICA Minor and Rarely Used Remedies The Bowel Nosodes The Tissue Salts Glossary and Other Homeopathic Terms Notes Further Reading Useful Addresses Index
Tim Couzens qualified as a veterinary surgeon in 1980, and studied homeopathy at the Royal London Homeopathic Hospital in Great Ormond Street, London, gaining his VetMFHom in 1991. In 1995, he established the Holistic Veterinary Medicine Centre, a dedicated referral practice specialising in homeopathy, herbal and nutraceutical medicine, acupuncture, flower remedies, and diet. Tim appeared on television, and regularly contributed to magazine articles on alternative medicine.
Praise for the First Edition: 'A useful reference for veterinary
homeopaths working with horses as well as those with little or no
The most comprehensive equine [homeopathic] reference book.
Now revised and updated in a Second Edition, this unique book provides a practical and systematic insight into this effective and fascinating branch of alternative medicine.
Veterinary homeopath Tim Couzens has been practising homeopathy for more than 20 years and his experience and knowledge are reflected in this comprehensive guide. First published in 2006, it has been fully updated and revised to include everything you need to know about equine conditions and their remedies. Think of a disease or ailment and it is highly likely to be detailed here, along with how to diagnose and treat it using homeopathic principles. A 150-page equine 'materia medica', outlining all of the remedies available, is also featured making this the 'bible' for veterinary homeopaths and ordinary horse owners alike.