Confessions of an English Opium-Eater
Author: Thomas de Quincey
Impressive account — admired for its introspective penetration and journalistic astuteness — of author's early years as a precocious student of Greek and Latin, his adventures among the outcasts and prostitutes of London, studies at Oxford University, introduction to opium in 1804 and his longterm involvement with the drug.
Interesting textbook: El Ciclo de Capital aventurado
Emotional Healing with Homeopathy: Treating the Effects of Trauma
Author: Peter Chappell
When an individual has not resolved a negative experience, the stored trauma may lead to such physical problems as high blood pressure, asthma, headaches, gastritis, addictive behavior, and learning disabilities. This book adds form and substance to homeopathic healing, aligning older theories in the Organon with modern psychological theory about how disease takes hold in our body.