Anthroposophic Medicine is integrative medicine. It is rooted in the science-based medicine of the present, but takes into account the whole human being in its method, diagnosis and therapy. It pays equal attention to the body, soul and spirit of the patient, recognizing the person's unique biography. Anthroposophic Medicine was established by Dr. phil. Rudolf Steiner and Dr. med. Ita Wegman in 1920.

Welcome to our homepage! The Vademecum of Anthroposophic Medicines and Vademecum of External Applications in Anthroposophic Nursing provide current information on therapeutic possibilities in this field. The manual on Anthroposophic Medicines is based on the screened and edited experience of more than 200 physicians from around 20 countries. The handbook on external applications contains reports from the nursing profession and is published by an editorial team of nurses and a medical expert.

The two editorial teams are networked and they are also interested in your experiences. Any user can contribute to the further development of the Vademecum by sending in positive as well as critical reports from their practice.