Lectures on Organon of Medicine 3 – Best Book on Hahnemann’s Organon

In the same style and clarity of Part I and Part II of Dr. Bhatia’s Lectures on Organon of Medicine, Part III provides the student and practitioner with the same common sense discussion of Hahnemann’s axioms and precepts (the Aphorisms of the Organon), all derived from his long and careful study and research into Hahnemann’s writings and his own in-depth clinical experience.  Additionally, this book assiduously avoids speculation, which to me especially is a breath of fresh air for our profession in these times.

Too many students tend to shy away from a deep study of the Organon, if only because it can be difficult to penetrate, and it admittedly does take a great deal of special care and focus.  But, with a myriad of graphs, tables, remedy comparisons, histories of natural diseases and the evolution of medical practice, definitions of arcane terms, short case examples, illustrative rubrics, and more, Part III, like the two previous volumes of Dr. Bhatia’s Lectures on Organon of Medicine, greatly simplifies what at first glance appears quite complex to most readers.  Instead of Hahnemann’s Organon coming off as largely abstruse, Dr. Bhatia removes virtually all obstacles to understanding and opens the door to a wonderful and delightful world of discovery and exploration of what is Homeopathy’s most important and central text.

Lectures on Organon of Medicine 3 – Best Book on Hahnemann’s Organon