Amy Lansky’s First Book
The Promise of Homeopathy
Impossible Cure: The Promise of Homeopathy (R.L.Ranch Press, 2003) is one of the leading introductory books on homeopathy worldwide, with translations into several foreign languages (Spanish, German, Greek, Arabic, Korean, and Czech).
Since it was published in 2003, it has become a top patient-education book and is also utilized as a first-year text by many homeopathy schools.
Comprehensive in scope, Impossible Cure provides an in-depth and exciting account of the history, philosophy, science, and experience of homeopathic medicine.
Reviewers Have Described Impossible Cure As One of the Most Comprehensive and Reader-Friendly Books About Homeopathy
Perfect For Patient Education and As a Text For First-Year Students.
The book includes:
- Dozens of first-person testimonials of homeopathic cures for a variety of physical, mental, and emotional conditions. Among these is the amazing story of how Amy Lansky’s son was cured of autism with homeopathy.
- A comprehensive introduction to homeopathic philosophy. This includes a discussion of the Law of Similars, remedy provings, suppression, susceptibility, the Law of Cure, totality of symptoms, individualization of treatment, the center of the case, and prioritization of symptoms.
- A step-by-step guide for patients, including: how to find a homeopath; preparing for appointments and follow-ups; what to expect during a homeopathic interview; dosing; antidoting; and interactions with allopathic treatment. The issue of vaccination is also addressed — especially its relationship to autism and other chronic diseases.
- A thorough account of the history and development of homeopathy. This includes: the life of Samuel Hahnemann and his development of various potencies and dosing methods; the history of homeopathy in America; a description of techniques related to classical homeopathy; and the current legal status of homeopathic practice in America.
- An extensive chapter on scientific trials of homeopathy, as well as a discussion of possible explanations for the action of remedies within the realms of complexity and chaos theory and biophysics. The book also includes a unique description of homeopathic models of remedy action.
Impossible Cure Is Also Available
in a Growing Number of Foreign Languages!
It is quickly becoming the one introductory book on homeopathy that many foreign language publishers choose to translate. If you are a non-English language publisher and are interested in translating and publishing Impossible Cure, please contact us.
Foreign Language Editions of Impossible Cure:
NEW!! Spanish (MANDALA EDICIONES)
German (NARAYANA VERLAG)
Greek (KRITIKI PUBLISHERS)
Arabic (H2RC2 in collaboration with Mishkat Publishing)
Czech (ELFA, PUBLISHING — Prague) Phone: 420-723-352-305; 420-286-584-607; 420-777-042-226; Email: jitka.studnicna @ volny.cz
Korean (Publishing JISKI GONG GAM, 2015)
Mandala Ediciones, SBN: 9788419294890 / EAN: 9788419294890 / REF: 9788419294890
Narayana 2010, ISBN 987-39417063-09
Holistic and Homeopathic Resource Center 2010, ISBN 978-97762930-4
Kritiki 2010, ISBN 978-96052154-44
Elfa 2011, ISBN 978-80864391-50
Publishing Jisik Gong Gam
What the Experts Have to Say
Find out what experts and readers are saying about Impossible Cure. Discover why this book is transforming perspectives on healing and homeopathy.
The finest general introduction to homeopathy I’ve yet read…This book should be read by everyone interested in homeopathy, from the rank beginner to the seasoned professional. It has something new in it for everyone.
Editor, Homeopathy Today; Author, The Faces of Homeopathy
An introduction to homeopathy that stands out from the rest.
Dr. Joseph Mercola
Amy Lansky is a skilled guide to the world of homeopathy.
Larry Dossey, MD
Executive Editor, Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine; Author, Healing Words
One of the most complete pictures of homeopathy ever written.
Richard Pitt, CCH, RSHom(NA)
Director, Pacific Academy of Homeopathy
We have never had this kind of response to an introductory book.
Owner, Minimum Price Homeopathic Books
One of the best introductions to homeopathy I’ve seen. Two thumbs up for Impossible Cure: The Promise of Homeopathy.
Author: The New Healing Herbs and other consumer health books
Amy Lansky’s clear and compelling book is both timely and informative. Highly recommended!
Bernard Rimland, PhD
Director, Autism Research Institute
A perfect book for patients and first year students of homeopathy.
Louis Klein, RSHom
President, Luminos Homeopathic Courses, Ltd.
An accessible guide to one of the most mysterious of healing arts.
Wayne B. Jonas, MD
Director, Samueli Institute; Former director, Office of Alternative Medicine, NIH
This is the most exciting introduction to homeopathy you could read and pass on to your potential patients… It is a charming book.
Homeopathic Practitioner and Reviewer for The Homoeopath (Winter 2004 issue)
This book may very well contribute to the transformation of homeopathy from the ugly duckling of medicine to the swan that it deserves to be.
Lia Bello, RN, FNP, CCH
Reviewer for Homeopathy Today (July/August 2003 issue)
Table of Contents
Chapter 1. Homeopathy Revealed
Chapter 2. The Law of Similars
Chapter 3. Testimony to Cure
Chapter 4. What Is Disease? What Is Cure?
Chapter 5. Symptom Patterns: Humanity Reflected in Nature
Chapter 6. The Development and Evolution of Homeopathic Practice
Chapter 7. Science and Skepticism: Does Homeopathy Really Work?
Chapter 8. The Experience of Homeopathy
Chapter 9. Cure Is Possible
Chapter 10. The Road Ahead
Disclaimer: Impossible Cure is based on information from sources believed to be accurate and reliable and every reasonable effort has been made to make the book as complete and accurate as possible. However, such completeness and accuracy is not guaranteed.
Although Impossible Cure discusses the homeopathic method of treatment, including stories of cure using various remedies, it is intended only as a general introduction to homeopathy. It is not meant to give specific recommendations of medical, psychological, or other advice regarding the treatment of particular illnesses. Nor does it make any warranties or guarantees of any sort that any of the information provided in the book (or that provided in any of the books, material, or the services of any practitioner recommended within the book or this web site) will produce any particular medical, physical, emotional or other result. This book is not intended to be a replacement for good medical diagnosis and treatment by a licensed physician or for care by a certified health-care practitioner. Readers are strongly cautioned to consult with a licensed health-care professional before utilizing any information in Impossible Cure, and if they choose to pursue to homeopathic treatment, to do so under the supervision of a licensed physician and a certified homeopath.
Please note that Amy L. Lansky, PhD is not a licensed physician. Her doctorate is in Computer Science and was granted by Stanford University. She has closed her homeopathic practice as of January 2007, but is happy to correspond with parents to provide referrals and support via email (see contact form on this site).
There is no confidential, professional, or other relationship between you and Amy L. Lansky, PhD created as a result of the information provided in Impossible Cure or this web site, or as a result of E-mail or other forms of communication between you and Amy L. Lansky, PhD. Amy L. Lansky, PhD and R.L.Ranch Press will not be liable to you or any other party for direct or indirect compensatory, special, incidental or consequential damages.