dogAs we’ve recently entered the Chinese/Tibetan Year of the Dog,

I thought it might be auspicious to investigate Lac caninum (dog’s milk) as the latest entry in my online Materia Medica Illuminated series.

In this one-session online course (airing Live Thursday May 10 2018, 4:30-6:30 pm US Pacific daylight [UTC-7] time; click link for date/time in your location), we’ll take an in-depth look at Lac caninum, considering its introduction into our homeopathic materia medica, its homeopathic pathogenesis based on “proving” data & clinical confirmation, with comparisons/contrasts with a number of  closely “concordant” remedies.  I’ll develop my materia medica “map” for Lac caninum, & illustrate its usefulness in comparative materia medica study and in casework, looking closely at some cases successfully treated with this remedy.

We’ll look into the proposition that we might consider the miks (lacs) as a coherent “family” of related remedies, the proposed properties of milks as a group, the documentable shared and unique properties of the known milk remedies, and how this perspective might contribute to our understanding of Lac caninum as a remedy.

Join me for this session Live on Thursday May 10 2018, 4:30-6:30 pm US Pacific daylight [UTC-7] time (click link for date/time in your location), or participate in self-paced manner from the course recording following that date.  All registrants will have access a downloadable handout, & to the course recording & all course materials for 6 months from the date of registration.  A completion downloadable document for 2 hours of course participation will be provided on completion of the course.

Previous installment (as recordings from the previously-offered Live sessions) of my Materia Medica Illuminated series (Sulphur, Sepia, Belladonna, Nux vomica, Hyoscyamus, Cypripedium & the Study of Small Remedies, Ignatia, Thuja & remedies of the Order Pinales), can be found at

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