Homeopathic Family Medicine
Dana Ullman 2004
E-book updated on a regular basis with up-to-date information on research studies.
Impossible Cure: The Promise of Homeopathy
Amy L. Lansky, PhD 2003
This popular and accessible introduction to homeopathy includes a chapter on clinical studies, research about potential mechanisms for the action of remedies, as well as an overview of homeopathic models for remedy action.
Homeopathy: Science or Myth?
Bill Gray 2000
Detailed review of many research studies.
Healing with Homeopathy
Wayne B. Jonas, MD, and Jennifer Jacobs, MD 1996.
This is an excellent introductory book to homeopathy, with a superb overview of research in the field written in a user-friendly manner. Written by two leading homeopathic researchers.
The Consumer's Guide to Homeopathy
Dana Ullman 1995
This is a user-friendly book to homeopathy with a solid review on homeopathic research.
The Emerging Science of Homeopathy: Complexity, Biodynamics, and Nanopharmacology
Paolo Bellavite and Andrea Signorini 2002
This is the most notable book on homeopathic research to date. There is also some excellent chapters that present compelling theories on how homeopathic medicines may work, in the light of new physics, biophysics, fractals, chaos, and complexity theory. Some chapters are technical.
Cultured Mammalian Cells in Homeopathy Research: The Similia Principle in Self-Recovery
Roeland van Wijk & Fred A.C. Wiegant 1994
This is a highly technical book which discusses research by cell biologists. This research appears to verify the homeopathic principle of similars.
Ultra High Dilution: Physiology and Physics
P.C. Endler and J. Schulte (editors) 1994
A compilation of articles on basic science research. Very technical. A second volume, entitled Fundamental Research Ultra High Dilutions and Homeopathy,
M. Doutremepuich (ed.) 1991
This is a compilation of articles on basic science research. Very technical.
For a detailed list of current research please see the National Center for Homeopathy (NCH)