A Repository Website for articles relating to Anthroposophic Medicine, sponsored by The Physicians' Association for Anthroposophic Medicine (PAAM). The site is currently maintained by LILIPOH Publishing, your source for additional articles on anthroposophic health.How to use this site:
The AnthroMed Library now has over 600 articles, documents and research papers and books. Clicking on the topics in the left hand column reveals subheadings and articles available under that heading. Often subheadings will appear and clicking on these will reveal more articles available to review.
Click here to read the latest articles added to the AnthroMed Library.
Features of the site include:
• Search by Keyword
• Search by Authors
• Extensive Collection of Clinical Articles and General Research
• Complete collection of back issues of the Journal for Anthroposophic Medicine (1992-1998)
• Articles for Patients from LILIPOH magazine and other sources
• Research, Clinical Trials
• Research and Clinical Papers on Iscador (Mistletoe remedy for cancer treatment)
The goal of the AnthroMed Library is to create and continually improve a comprehensive international resource on anthroposophic medicine and therapy and improve public awareness of anthroposophic medicine. Some advanced clinical materials appropriate for clinicians only are available via password which is available to members of PAAM and other international anthroposophic medical organizations. Please contact PAAM for further information on this subject.
Links on this site are particularly informative and connect you to many other articles and topics, including the international anthroposophic medical community. The International Federation of Anthroposophic Medical Associations (IVAA) and the European Coalition on Homeopathic and Anthroposophic Medicinal Products (ECHAMP) link connects you to a broad range of political, educational, clinical and other resource topics related to anthroposophic medicine on an international scale. Der Merkurstab is a German language bi-monthly journal for anthroposophic medicine published in Berlin. Four back issues of Der Merkurstab have been translated into English and are available on the site. You will also find many links connecting you to organizations active in anthroposophic medicine in North America. This includes the Physicians’ Association for Anthroposophic Medicine (PAAM) which lists educational trainings and membership information. The link to LILIPOH magazine is an excellent resource for the lay community to get a broader picture of anthroposophic medicine, health, community activities and organizations related to holistic and alternative medicine. Specific links to learn about Iscador therapy, anthroposophic pharmacies, therapies and organizations are also available.
The AnthroMed Library would like to thank Mercury Press for the donation of numerous articles and books available in this archive. Students of anthroposophy are encouraged to visit their website.
Please contact PAAM or the editor on the "Contact Us" page of the site with your suggestions or with problems experienced on this website. Your participation is appreciated. Presently this is a non-profit site without advertising. AnthroMedLibrary.org is possible because of the generous support of our donors and the volunteer efforts provided by LILIPOH magazine staff and members of the Physicians' Association for Anthroposophic Medicine. In order to achieve our goals your financial support is greatly needed and appreciated. Please support this work by sending a check to PAAM as listed on the contact page and designate your donation to AnthroMedLibrary.org. PAAM is a non-profit 501(c)3 organization and you will receive verification of your gift. You may speak to us via the addresses listed on the contact page and we will gladly respond to any legitimate inquires.
Some information may not represent the opinions of PAAM board members or LILIPOH Magazine. PAAM and AnthroMed Library are not responsible for the content on this site. It is for informational and research purposes only. None of the contents of this site are meant to be used for self-diagnosis or treatment. To the best of our knowledge all materials on the site appear with permission.
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