Wonderful Plants – Jan Sholten
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Wonderful Plants – Homeopathy
By : Jan Sholten
اثرات دارویی گیاهان ( هومیوپاتیک) – هومیوپاتی
This book describes the use of plants in homeopathy. The Plant theory is described, which gives a Periodic System of the Plant kingdom. The Plant theory is based on the Apg3 classification, the botanical classification mostly accepted by botanists. The Plant theory allows precise differential diagnosis of plants and prediction of remedy pictures of specific plants. What is different about this book is that, although other current books discuss plant remedies in families and modern classifications, here we set them out in their classification grouping, rather than alphabetically as in a Materia Medica. This way we can see the themes running through the various levels of the different orders. This gives us an overview similar to what we get from viewing the remedies in the periodic table of the elements according to their series and stage. This has been a major task of compilation following extensive experience in the clinic and the input of many people. But it is only a beginning. More information will be added as we discover it, and details will be refined as they become clear. And you, the reader, can help in this task by sending in your experiences too! Roger savage I think this is a magnificent book, its scope and depth of research and thought are extraordinary. It provides a wonderful blueprint for others to build on in the future. John Summerville
After many years of intensive research, Jan Scholten’s long-awaited book on the taxonomy of plants, Wonderful Plants, is now available in English. Jan Scholten’s previous works on the systematic classification of the elements of the periodic table as homeopathic remedies was the greatest breakthrough of the last ten years in homeopathy. His discoveries have been confirmed in thousands of successful cases. Yet, the main thrust of Jan Scholten’s research is not the Mineral but the Plant kingdom. This can easily be seen in the thoroughness and precision of the information offered in his monumental new work.
The same natural laws that can be seen in the series and stages of the periodic table also underlie the taxonomic system of the enormously varied plant families. The path to the required remedy is not as easy to recognize as with the mineral elements – indeed, it is still evolving! One of the timeless values of this work lies in the essences of the plant families.
See also Sense Provings – a companion book to Wonderful Plants – it presents the results of about 200 provings
„To present us the complete pictures of specific plants, families and orders in such a logic and detailed taxonomic system, fitting the problems of our time, is therefore truly a ‘Work’. A more complete and living Materia Medica of the Plant kingdom has never been created before and it could well be The Book of the future of homeopathy.“
From the foreword by Pieter Kuiper, Bussum, Netherlands
“Can you imagine the joy of clearing many cases that did not respond to our limited number of plant remedies as well as having a more precise and systematic way of finding those and new plant remedies? This makes the journey through this book worth it. It represents another evolutionary leap forward for the homeopathic profession.”
From the foreword by Louis Klein, Bowen Island, Canada