Encyclopaedia Homeopathica in English

The English Libraries

The English books are offered in different libraries with an increasing number of volumes. The smaller libraries emphasize the classical authors, whereas the larger ones include contemporary authors as well.

The term "volumes" is used as defined in Webster's dictionary. This means, for example, that Clarke's Dictionary has three volumes and that all articles of Homeopathic Links for 1998 constitute one volume.
The libraries can be consulted from the CD, if you wish so. To install only the program you need a minimum of 85 Mb Hard Disk space.

Additional libraries

The new version of EH 2.2 has the possibility to open additional libraries. The first free library contains 10 new English provings. You can read this file, use it and search in it as in a any other EH library. You can open more than one EH file, but you can search in only one file at the same time.

The Use of ExLibris

ExLibris, our previous Materia Medica program, came with two sets of books:
     MM107: this corresponds to package C
     MM109: this corresponds to package D

The "old" ExLibris program can run at the same time as Encyclopaedia Homeopathica. This is useful if you want to consult the files which you may have created yourself with ExLibris.

Miasmatic Dynamic Materia Medica

ExLibris is also the program you will need if you want to consult the Miasmatic Dynamic Materia Medica according to Dr. Alfonso Masi Elizalde, as created by Per Neesgaard.
You can contact Per Neesgaard himself if you wish more information.

If you would like to add another English book to the next version of Encyclopaedia Homeopathica, do not hesitate to email your suggestion.

Latest English library

H8 - has been released in Apr. 2007