Nancy Herrick



Nancy Herrick

Nancy Herrick was born on December 13, 1947 in the USA.

Ms. Herrick was one of the members of the now historic Bay Area Homeopathic Study Group. She had her first job in health care at the Bay Area Women's Health Collective. At the Hering Family Health Clinic in 1974, Ms. Herrick began her 27 years as a homeopath.

In 1985, she was one of the driving forces behind the creation of the Hahnemann Medical Clinic and the Hahnemann College of Homeopathy. Her main homeopathic teachers have been George Vithoulkas and Rajan Sankaran.

Ms. Herrick is a widely respected homeopath and homeopathic educator. She began her extensive career as a lecturer in 1983 with the International Foundation for Homeopathy. Since that time she has lectured throughout Europe, America, Australia, New Zealand and India. She has published widely both in the United States and abroad.

For a period of five years, Ms. Herrick was extensively involved in research developing new homeopathic medications including Lac Equinum and Lac Delphinum as well as fifteen other remedies. She has published eight of these studies in her book Animal Mind, Human Voices.

Then on the heels of her animal provings, she published a new book on plants, Sacred Plants, Human Voices. This work is a much needed addition to the materia medica. It offers a deeper understanding of Lotus, Ginseng, Peyote, Ayahuasca, Mandragora, and Rose.

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