Homeopathy is an alternative, complementary, cost-effective, and very safe healing system for infants to old age. During early period of twentieth century, it was practiced parallel to the conventional (allopathic) system. It is widely practiced in Germany, United Kingdom, India, Bangladesh, and Pakistan. The classical books on homeopathy, published before the 1900s, describe often in obsolete medical terms, the theory, philosophy, and symptoms of provings (drug testing). They are deficient in application methods to find the correct homeopathic remedy easily. They have little reference to pathological changes in tissues. In practice, different patients express their symptoms in different words even though suffering from same disease. It is often difficult to find the correct homeopathic remedy based on the patient's symptoms alone. K. Robinson, MD, a contemporary expert, wrote in an editorial The Cutting Edge, "I suppose, the overwhelming drive in the practice of homeopathy is toward precision in prescribing. Because the accurate prescribing is so difficult, we find ourselves studying constantly, and yet we never feel complete" (J. A. I. H, vol. 79, no. 1, March 1986). This book, Homeopathy in Practice: Clinical Insights into Homeopathy and Remedies, offers the practical aspects and clinical keynotes on remedies related to various illnesses, backed by successful reports from journals, books, personal discussions, and experiences of others. This book will help find the correct remedy easily. Just refer to the relevant heading in the contents. Go to the associate page(s) and glance through the keynotes of remedies. You will often spot the correct homeopathic remedy.