The electronic library contains thousands of pages of health information from the classic texts of the 19th and early 20th century medical literature, in addition to recent publications.
EARLY AMERICAN MANUAL THERAPY
Manual therapy is the use of the hands to diagnose and treat illness and maintain health. This collection consists of over 3,000 pages of text from books and articles that document the early years of manual therapy in America.
THE CAYCE HERBAL
The Cayce Herbal is a comprehensive guide to the botanical medicine of Edgar Cayce. Over a period of 40 years, Mr.Cayce prescribed over 100 herbs for a wide variety of conditions. This work provides direct documentation of the herbal formulas with excerpts from the Cayce readings. Classic texts from the herbal literature are included to give a context for Cayce’s recommendations.
CAYCE COMPREHENSIVE SYMPTOM INVENTORY (CCSI)
The CCSI is a structured assessment instrument intended for use as an adjunct to traditional and alternative assessment procedures. The CCSI consists of a wide variety of signs and symptoms of physical and emotional distress. The items are arranged in scales, each scale representing a pattern of etiology (cause and effect) used by Edgar Cayce in his system of assessment and diagnosis.
EARLY AMERICAN ENERGY MEDICINE
This small collection documents some energy medicine modalities in use during the early 20th century. Included in this collection are:
Meridian Institute is dedicated to getting the word out on our research through peer-reviewed journals, textbooks and presentations at professional meetings. Here is what we have had published so far.