Jay Yasgur, R.Ph., M.Sc.
Jay Yasgur is a licensed pharmacist having received his pharmacy
degree from Duquesne University and his M.Sc. in Allied Health from
the University of North Florida. He became interested in the holistic
health care field while studying massage in Florida. Later, while
associated with a holistic health clinic, he pursued homeopathic
studies under the direction of A.J. Trofe, a naturopath.
Mr. Yasgur has worked for Humphreys Pharmacal, the nation's second
oldest manufacturer of homeopathic remedies, and Weleda, an anthroposophical
firm. He currently works as a part time pharmacist and does healing
work using Homeopathic remedies, song and plant spirit medicine.
He is a member of several homeopathic organizations including the
HPCUS (Homeopathic Pharmacopoeia Convention of the United States).
Jay is available for speaking engagements or workshops.
Mr. Yasgur has written homeopathic articles for Pharmacy Times,
American Druggist and American Pharmacy, as well as
Resonance, Simillimum, Lilipoh, Homoeopathic Links, Journal of
the American Institute of Homeopathy, Alternative Therapies in Health
and Medicne, Natural Pharmacy, Natural Pharmacy Newsletter, Lloydiana,
Journal of Naturopathic Medicine, HerbalGram, Homeopathy
Today, and The Homoeopath.
Yasgur's Homeopathic Dictionary and Holistic Health Reference,
4th Ed., is a popular and essential reference. Other books,
which he edited, include: Some Clinical Experiences of E.E. Case,
M.D., Homoeopathic Materia Medica for Nurses (by B.C.
Woodbury, Jr., M.D.), and 111 Great Homeopaths. Along with
C. Ellithorp, they produced 'The Dunham Lectures of J.T. Kent'.
Jay also created a homeopathic calendar for 1995, and compiled the
300 page Cumulative Index to the 'Homoeopahtic Physician'.
He has created an 'Historical Timeline of Homeopathy' as well.
Mr. Yasgur was the first to offer certified continuing education
credits on homeopathy to pharmacists when he presented a talk and
film to the Pinellas County Pharmaceutical Association, St. Petersburg,
FL, in 1985.
While traveling in Nigeria in late 1992, Jay was invited to lecture
on homeopathy. To recognize his publishing achievements and homeopathic
expertise, he was honored by being made an Obong, or Chief. Obong
Ikpaisong Ibibio and Annang A.K.S., Nigeria, of Traditional Medicine.
He is currently working on two books, the first dealing with the
life of a homeopathic medical student at the turn of the century,
the second blending the history of science with the history of homeopathy.
Mr. Yasgur may be contacted via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org