The book has every thing that is known about Diabetes - the nature of the problem, its causes, its clinical presentation and of course its Homoeopathic treatment. Also included is a chapter on diet.
When I started my practice, one of my first patients was a neighbour of mine who was suffering from diabetic neuropa-thy. It was while treating him that I discovered how poor our literature is with regard to good references on Diabetes and worse was the paucity of references regarding the management of the complications of Diabetes. Besides what little was men-tioned was scattered far and wide.
Not having too many patients at that time l had amplefree time and l put it to good use reading and putting together all that l could lay my hands on. There are three books dealing with the Homoeopathic management of Diabetes but each leaves a lot to be desired when one is lookingfor the entire view on Diabetes.
In this volume I have attempted to give everything that is known about Diabetes — the nature ofthe problem, its cause, its clinical presentation and of course its Homoeopathic treatment. Also included is a chapter on dietetics which gives advice, albeit sketchily, on what to eat, what to avoid and more importantly why to avoid it.
The book is written keeping in mind the requirements of the practising Homoeopath as well as students of Homoeopathy though it is written in simple enough style for even the patient himself to understand.