In The Healing Enigma: Demystifying Homeopathy, author Vinton McCabe writes: ''Western medicine is based upon the use of ever-stronger doses of allopathic drugs. And allopathic treatment with these drugs is the medical equivalent of running with scissors. It may seem like a good idea at the time, but it almost always ends in tears.''In a book containing equal parts passion, anger, and unexpected humor, the author makes use of his twenty-five years as a student, teacher, and author on the subject of alternative medicine to explore the differences between healing as a natural process and curing as a medical goal. The author then considers the advantages and disadvantages of each of the two medical models--the homeopathic and the allopathic. As the author writes, ''While doctors search for cures, patients instead seek healing. We have the right as patients, as consumers, as sufferers, to expect a restoration of health that is rapid, gentle, and permanent. That can only happen by strengthening the whole being. The best tool for that is homeopathy.
In The Healing Echo: Discovering Homeopathic Cell Salt Remedies, author Vinton McCabe writes, ''The cell salts are to classical homeopathy what a crock-pot is to a microwave. The healing that they inspire is gentle and steady, if a little bit slow. But when efficacy and safety are desired in medical treatment, the small group of homeopathic remedies known as the cells salts should always be considered.''