Dana Ullman brings light to the practice and history of Homeopathy. Learn what this medicine of choice by many cultural heroes over the past 200 years, can accomplish in the revolutionary homeopathic paradigm.
Dana got his Masters in Public Health from UC Berkley and is recognized as the foremost spokesperson for homeopathy in the U.S. Dana’s newest book, The Homeopathic Revolution: Why Famous People and Cultural Heroes Choose Homeopathy, he provides scholarly research that confirms many of the most famous people and cultural heroes of the last 200 years used, appreciated, and/or advocated for homeopathy, including 11 American presidents, 7 popes, Charles Darwin, Mother Teresa, Tina Turner, and many more. The Physician to Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth wrote the foreword to this seminal work.
STATEMENT ABOUT DANA ULLMAN, MPH, by DAVID ANICK, MD, PhD., Harvard School of Medicine:
“You are the Jon Stewart of homeopathy, the way you combine information (“gee I didn’t know that!”) with humor. And you avoid defensiveness, which is terrific.”
Dana has written 10 books on homeopathic medicine, one of which won the “Book of the Year” award in 1985 from the Medical Self-Care magazine. His books have been published in languages. He has written over 200 published articles and has served as publisher of 35 major texts in homeopathy by other authors.
His e-book, Evidence-Based Homeopathic Family Medicine is a vitally important tool that is regularly updated and is one of the most comprehensive and up-to-date resources for descriptions and references to 200+ clinical studies on homeopathy, with practical clinical information on how to treat 100 of the most common ailments that homeopaths tend to treat.