The following is a handy numbered list of References. These are all books in my personal library, and were consulted in the making of this website (note that the books I have are not necessarily the latest editions in some cases). In order to avoid accusations of plagiarism or fabrication, I have noted direct content from these sources by using superscript notations for source number, sometimes with page numbers (e.g. "direct quote"14:233-4). An inspection of this list will reveal two things. First, the number of books written by homeopaths is in a distinct minority among the doctors, scientists, journalists, and historians. This was done not only out of a desire to achieve as much diversity as possible for potentially volatile subject matter, but also to demonstrate that homeopaths are not the only ones who have reason to learn more about homeopathy. Second, the list is a fairly short and eclectic one of an expansive set of topics, since these books themselves have dozens or even hundreds of references in turn. This follows the purpose of this website, namely to encourage people to explore homeopathy on their own. While certainly not the only books available on these topics, I highly recommend these or similar books to anyone wanting to learn more than what can be presented here, or who simply wish to verify information. Also included is a list of Recommended Reading documents available for download which have been added to the website. The date indicates when the specific document was added, and the listing is in chronological order.
1. The Black Death, Philip Ziegler, The Folio Society, 1997.
2. The Coming Plague, Laurie Garrett, Penguin Books, 1994.
3. Delmar's Drug Reference for Health Care Professionals, Sylvia Nobles, Delmar, 2002.
4. Dorland's Illustrated Medical Dictionary 28th Ed., W.B. Saunders Company, 1994.
5. The Faces of Homoeopathy, Julian Winston, Great Auk Publishing, 1999.
6. Fundamental Research in Ultra High Dilution and Homoeopathy, Ed. by Jurgen Schulte and P. Christian Endler, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1998.
7. Germs: Biological Weapons and America's Secret War, Judith Miller, Stephen Engelberg and William Broad, Simon and Schuster, 2001.
8. The Great Plague in London in 1665, Walter George Bell, The Folio Society, 2001.
9. The Greek Myths (2 vols.), Robert Graves, The Folio Society, 2000.
10. Medicine: A History of Healing, Ed. by Roy Porter, The Ivy Press Limited, 1997.
11. The Memory of Water: Homoeopathy and the Battle of Ideas in the New Science, Michel Schiff, Thorsons, 1995.
12. A New Model for Health and Disease, George Vithoulkas, North Atlantic Books, 1991.
13. Organon of the Medical Art 6th Ed., Samuel Hahnemann (Ed. by Wenda Brewster O'Reilly, translated by Steven Decker), Birdcage Books, 1996.
14. The Oxford Dictionary of Quotations, Ed. by Elizabeth Knowles, Oxford University Press, 1999.
15. Physicians' Desk Reference 55th Ed., Medical Economics Company, 2001.
16. Racketeering in Medicine: The Suppression of Alternatives, James P. Carter, Hampton Roads Publishing Company, 1993.
17. Samuel Hahnemann: His Life and Times, Trevor M. Cook, B. Jain Publishers Pvt. Ltd., 2001.
18. The Sanctity of Human Blood: Vaccination I$ Not Immunization, Tim O'Shea, New West, 2002.
19. Undue Risk: Secret State Experiments on Humans, Jonathan D. Moreno, W.H. Freeman and Company, 2000.
20. Vaccinosis and Its Cure by Thuja; With Remarks on Homoeoprophylaxis, J. Compton Burnett, B. Jain Publishers Pvt. Ltd., 1999.
21. Western Medicine: An Illustrated History, Ed. by Irvine Loudon, Oxford University Press, 1997.