Announcing the NEW Professional Library 2.0
and the NEW Visionary Library 2.0
At last! After three and half years of exhaustive work, Synergy Homeopathic is excited to announce two brand new, updated libraries: Professional 2.0 and Visionary 2.0. We scoured the planet to jam-pack them* with over 1,000 – yes, one THOUSAND – volumes! ReferenceWorks’s Visionary Library now consists of the largest, most extensive digital homeopathic library ever compiled. More
volumes means increased probability of matching the words and terms in your searches, and the greater likelihood of finding the absolute best remedy for your patients.
You don’t want to miss a single reference! And, now you won’t.
View an informative YouTube presentation by Kim Elia of what’s new and exciting in the new Pro and Visionary 2.0 Libraries.
ReferenceWorks Library 2.0 Represents
Four Sources of Homeopathic Knowledge
The First: Pure Information From Provings
We have added nearly 100 detailed provings* – including those of Jeremy Sherr, Anne Schadde, Misha Norland, and many others. Understanding the provings is very useful in clinical practice, especially when one needs a hint about the remedy’s intricacies, or to confirm the remedy.
When provings are added into the software we are able to search for more symptoms and, as a result, remedies become more accessible to us. This is a very helpful tool because, with the increasing number of new remedies that are being proved, we can uncover their buried details straight from the source.
Ancient Yellow Rose
Graphium sarpedon choredon Guiness
Rose of St FrancisSalsola tragus
And many more!
The Second: The Clinical Aspect
Many of the books in Library 2.0 contain a large number of clinical cases that include the exact words used by patients who benefited from their remedy. By utilizing the search function in ReferenceWorks, one is able to access this case information. For example, many of the cravings and aversions in a remedy are not found in the repertory and materia medica, but they are located in clinical cases – this too can confirm the remedy.
For example, if a patient is giving indications that are part of a specific remedy, but a few symptoms are absent in the repertory, we can locate them in ReferenceWorks, either through these clinical cases or additions to the program, from Massimo Mangialavori, Andre Saine, Misha Norland, and the like.
Also, from reading the exact words of the patients, one can match these clinical cases to the patient in front of us, and this pairing can be very useful in increasing the number of clinical cases of both old and new remedies. This is a great treasure of Library 2.0.
215 NEW CASES!*
Abelmoschus, Actea spicata, Aethusa, Agathis australis, Agkistrodon piscivorus, Alfalfa, Alligator mississippiensis, Americium nitricum, Anacardium, Androctonus amoreuxii hebraeus, Angelica archangelica, Anhalonium (2 cases), Anthopleura xanthogrammica, Antimonium crudum, Apis, Argentum nitricum, Argentum nitricum, Baryta phosphorica, Baryta sulphurica, Belladonna (2 cases), Bellis perennis (2 cases), Berlin Wall, Boswellia sacra, Brassica napus (2nd proving), Buteo jamaicensis, Cadmium sulfuratum, Calcarea carbonicum (2 cases), Calcium fluoratum, Calopterix, and many more!
The Third: Understanding of Group Qualities
Previously, the understanding of different groups of remedies in homoeopathy was not clearly presented in the software. This information is very useful in practice and, through Library 2.0, one can view this work done by contemporary homeopaths like Jan Scholten, Massimo Mangialavori, Jayesh Shah, Patricia Hatherly, Rajan Sankaran, etc.
38 NEW VOLUMES OF MATERIA MEDICA, SAMPLE PREVIEWS, PHILOSOPHY, AND ARTICLES!*
- Pitt’s Comparative Materia Medica
- Saine’s Materia Medica Pura Project Group preview
- Herrick’s Sacred Plants
- Vermeulen’s Source and Substance & Vista Vintage sampler
- Hatherly’s The Lacs
- Joshi’s Homœopathy Patterns in the Periodic Table
- Mangialavori’s Method of Complexity, Praxis I & II, Spiders, Solanaceae, and Additions
- Sherr’s Dynamic Provings II & The Dynamics and Methodology of Homeopathic Provings
- Vithoulkas’ Palladium
- Boericke’s Veterinary Medicine
- And many more!
SEE THE FULL LIST OF PROFESSIONAL 2.0 LIBRARY BOOKS HERE
SEE THE FULL LIST OF VISIONARY 2.0 LIBRARY BOOKS HERE
The Fourth: Introducing Different Approaches
Another very important feature of Library 2.0 is the introduction of different methodologies in homeopathic practice.
The familiarization with various books and authors like Dr. Sunirmal Sarkar and Dr. Ashok Borkar will act to broaden the reader’s homeopathic horizon. If one were to read only the introductions to these books, one would develop a completely new understanding and a different way of thinking. Through clinical examples and cases with ‘before and after’ investigations, one can see that these doctors have maintained a high success rate in practice using their own approaches.
Familiarizing oneself with different methodologies can be extremely useful in practice because, as we well know, different cases yield to different methods.
8 NEW REVERSE REPERTORIES!*
- Tarkas-Ajit’s AIDS, Diabetes, Thyroid, Trauma, & HTN repertories
- Hatherly’s Lacs Repertory
- Jahr’s Repertory
- Humphrey’s Sexual Repertory
Without a doubt, Library 2.0 is an exciting, powerful expansion of ReferenceWorks, allowing these four crucial homeopathic sources of knowledge to be instantaneously accessible in clinical practice. Because a practitioner is only as good as his or her tools, and better tools unquestionably lead to better results!
The full, staggering power of ReferenceWorks is now, if possible, even greater. Library 2.0 not only enhances current homeopathic software, but also acts to deepen and enrich the knowledge of homeopathic practitioners.
* Not all volumes are included in Professional Library 2.0. Please look here for a complete list.